I can recharge it right now if you need. he said with a smile. The creation was awfully amusing. He was no good at complex machines, being all about amalgamates and simpler devices. June's skills might've surpassed his own when it came to robotics. But really, you're right. I just hope this indicates that Amalgamates can really join alongside humans. Back home, I've heard all kinds of stories of amalgamates as pets... Strangely, there are stories of them in Isz culture. He said, stopping at the front door to the strange palace. It is said a great amalgamate was what ended their culture and the first amalgamate was the weakest... What lead to the first one is unknown and records of it are scarce... Hueco said, getting more and more off topic, before shaking his head. A-anyways... I got off track there. Wanna head inside? He said, motioning to the door. Remember... Keep on topic. Don't say anything that might anger him. No stereotypes either. Just be friendly and diplomatic.
As the doors opened, the two were welcomed to a long corridor, a large ballroom. Unlike the rest of the town, it followed its own theme. While the town was closer to the structures and architecture of Kokotha, this one looked more medieval. Something out of a history book. From the windows came a soft, heavenly glow, that wasn't present from the outside.
Then, there at the end of the room, sitting on the throne was the rumored King himself. A strange, humanoid figure, clad in robes. The descriptions weren't far off. He resembled a human, but looked off. Even from his sitting position, he looked far too tall to be a human, as well as his neck and limbs were elongated. Almost like a creature who never say a human was given a vague description... Fitting.