Nanoha listened to everything the others had to say, trying to absorb as much information as possible while not letting herself be shaken by the general lack of organization in this effort. If everything continued to be this chaotic, it would be really hard to get anything done, especially a task as complex as interdimensional transportation from a completely unknown—possibly very isolate— world such as this one.
After another round of opinions had been thrown in, she raised a hand, requesting the opportunity to speak.
"I appreciate everyone's ideas but I think that we are beginning to grasp at straws. Theorizing without any solid basis will get us nowhere. So, why don't we adjourn this meeting and continue doing our separate investigations for the time being? I believe that we have a physical meeting being prepared if what Mister Sharpton said is correct. We can resume the conversations when we are in a place where we don't need to worry about spies. Unless anyone has any other crucial information to add, this should be enough, right?" Nanoha said. This meeting answered some questions and created even more; she needed some time to process it as well as take care of her own issues.
Bouncing empty theories around just made them lose time after all.
"I understand what you are trying to say. Perhaps I'm too fixated at Altair. All of us just have our original worlds to take as a frame of reference, so I think it's only natural that this kind of situation where worldviews collide would happen sooner or later. Maybe we can proceed with caution for the time being. I'll keep working on the only lead I have, but I don't wish to compromise anyone's situation with my own ideas," Meteora said in reply to Klaus' statement.
"As far as motivations go, I think that they may as well be all over the place, so spitballing ideas at random isn't really going to help us. We should do as Nanoha said and focus our efforts for the time being. It's also getting pretty late here so we can go eat something and rest, before continuing our investigations in the morning," she said before nodding to herself. An empty sack cannot stand upright after all. If nothing else, the biggest problem of this joint investigation would be dealing with a half-a-day time lag between teams.
Just from this small hands-on experience, Meteora could see why most creators got lazy and didn't properly address the issue of timezones on their works. These things really suck.
Back at Tokyo, Tohka's attention was taken from food acquisition to a certain girl that she saw running right past her in the street. She was going right after what seemed to be a giant dog and someone on a motorcycle, climbing the roofs of the nearby buildings, leaving Tohka completely confused about what in the world was happening.
The only thing that the purple-haired girl knew what that the girl in armor looked way too much like someone from that annoying Mecha-Mecha Squad that always attacked her on sight. With the idea that this would be the best chance for her to get some questions answered, Tohka summoned Sandalphon and raised it over her head, however, a certain idea passed through her mind just as she did so, saving the buildings where the dog was at the moment from being further destroyed.
Nevertheless, a moment—and a sliced snack machine— later, Tohka, who was now wearing her Astral Dress and well as wielding her Angel
, would catch up with the Mecha-Mecha girl thanks to the fact that she seemed to be the only one around here capable of flying. "Hey you, Mecha-Mecha girl, what's happening here? Why is everyone going after that giant dog? It didn't eat your homework, did it?" She asked in a completely serious way. The only reason anyone would put this much effort to catch a dog would be because it ate their homework or something like that. At least in Tohka's limited opinion.
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