As an anime fan, Gregory is, of course, disappointed that the goggles don’t give him Tai’s outlook on life – which would be really interesting to experience. But at least the goggles restrict his vision in the proper way, and if he consumes lots and lots of sugar on top of that, he might at least achieve some resemblance of feeling like Tai Kamiya.
But Gregory is also nerd enough to get distracted from that route of action by the advanced technical features of his new eye wear. For these are some really smart goggles, possessing advanced features only really imaginable in a far-fetched fantasy scenario such as this…like, for example, a really intuitive user interface! It’s hard to imagine, but in a world of dragons and magic, it’s not as completely impossible as in the real world. And since it is that hard to imagine, I had to leave the details pretty vague…there are controls on the side of the goggles, but don’t ask whether those are wheels, or slides, or buttons or whatever. ._.
The other features, like perfect vision correction, light enhancement and monster tracking are positively mundane compared to the fact that the interface actually enables Gregory to access these features without problems. >_>
Experimenting with those controls, Gregory quickly gets some interesting results…very interesting even, as far as the fact is concerned that the goggles reveal clear traces of recent demonic activity around the Elder’s hut. Here Gregory goes a bit amiss in his speculation, of course…let me assure you, these tracks were caused neither by K’ip nor by Si’ri. In spite of their behavior, cats are not classified as demons…at their own request, since they feel superior to demons. And fairies are not classified as demons, either…at mutual request, since both demons as well as fairies felt that being classed with each other could damage their respective brands.
And, yeah, Gregory must have taken a pretty close look at Si’ri to become aware of the shapeliness of her body…but then, he is severely myopic, so he does have some excuse for looking at things very closely… >_>
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