Now, there was just the question if this was actually a good or a bad thing.
While he hadn’t made a really terrible experience on his last ‘visit’ in Hive City, there had been a few things he’d rather not remember. To that came the fact that he was well aware that they were merely used in an experiment of sorts, and those scientists weren’t the nicest people either. And while he was indeed not the most happy about being back… “Heh…~”
It wasn’t the most bad thing to happen to him, either.
Maybe that was why Ventus was able to shrug the situation off rather quick. Because, while he could remember to have been dragged back home; That was it. Nothing had happened to him after his return, everything had been the same as it had been before his first arrival in Hive City.
As soon as he could, he had made his way into sector oo6 and headed for the parks. This was his favourite sector; Lots of nature, and space to move around. Right now, the blond was sitting in a tree, just looking around. This place… hadn’t changed much. At least not as far as he could tell.
The youth just sat there, legs dangling from the bench he sat on, moving back and forth while watching the people who passed by. Alot of them looked really interesting… Then again, every foreign person was interesting to him. Witch childish excitement in his eyes, Ventus leaned over a bit to get a better look at them, and even waved to the ones who noticed him-
That was, until he heard a cracking noise, and blue eyes blinked in confusion a few times, “Huh-?” before realization hit him.
“Uh-oh—” A noise of surprise left the boy as the brench broke under his weight (his fault for moving around so much), and he was to slow to hold on somewhere which resulted in him falling down and landing face first on the ground with a ‘BUMP!’. And as if that wasn’t enough, just as he sat up, another somewhat thick bench fell right onto his head, making Ventus flinch and hold his head in pain.
Where people looking? He honestly didn’t paid attention; That hurt, after all! He just sat there for a few moments before turning to the tree and glaring at it, as if he could intimidate it that way before speaking. “Ow!”
Well great Ventus, you just know how to make yourself look like a retard, don’t you.