I squirmed helplessly, my fish body sprawled out across the floor of the Gray room. Roxas was lying next to me, a large puddle forming around each of our bodies.
"Ugh, remind me to never let Xemnas talk me into a mission to Atlantica again," Roxas groaned, pushing his body into a semi-upright position. "I don't think that I like swimming with a tail very much. Legs are so much more convenient.
I stared at him in utter bewilderment. How could he be so flippant after what just happened? He must have known that I had over a thousand questions, but he was trying to change the subject before I could even ask them.
"Yale', don't. You know that I can't answer your questions, and even if I could...well, you wouldn't like the answers," he finished firmly.
Roxas pulled two green spheres out of a small pouch that I hadn't noticed previously. He handed me one, avoiding my gaze entirely. "Same concept," he stated simply.
I sighed and we each smashed the ball in front of us, relief floodi