Re: Pizza Parlor: Pippin and Kratos
Kratos didn't know there was a necessity for such a thing as Evidence. He came from a world in which Herodotus wrote about unicorns and people read about it in their spare time with complete credulity. He watched her light up. For some reason it gave him a sense of trepidation. Perhaps it was some kind of fatherly instinct. His frown took on a different cast, the sort of expression one might wear when he was in over his head.
His first impulse was to ignore it. He pushed past this. He wished to know about these potential threats to himself and the Boy.
"Camera." Kratos knew about cameras. They took excellent moving pictures of what had happened in the past. He enjoyed movies, but commonly confused them with the news, and therefore didn't speak of them. Others had also spoke to him of the lottery. It was a thing that people won so they could quit their jobs.
Kratos listened to what she said carefully. "You wish to frighten people," he said.