"A karaoke area and virtually any song you could possibly think of," Cathy affirmed. "It's generally a nice crowd, too. We've--well, some of us have had a few good times there, before." She pushed a strand of hair behind her ear, mentally searching for the point she had originally sought to make. "You should come with us, next time we get a group together."
Cathy wished the Powers That Be had taken a few lessons from Elaine as well. Sometimes, she even wished that Elaine had used the lot of her power to overthrow both higher powers, to end this ceaseless war they fought every day. At the same time, she couldn't imagine the city without it. The people she loved were warriors, magic users, super heros. "Normal" for them, would probably seem as foreign as all of this had once--and still sometimes did--seemed to her.
"Elaine was neutral," she told Vi. "She refused to get involved between the two of them. She was concerned with keeping the balance, I guess." Cathy shrugged. "Her family originally owned The Lux."
And here, Cathy had thought living with an unruly canine was tough on her wardrobe. She made a sympathetic face. "At least you have a legitimate excuse to buy new clothes?" she offered up, though she doubted it was a real silver lining. Particularly in the case of items grown attached to over a period of time. She shook her head. "Pick their pockets before you slay them? Make 'em pay for damages before they, y'know, poof?"