"And what may I call you?" "Bubo," he replied.
Lily: *hysterical giggles*
Lily: *giggles* Bubo.
Lily:*giggles* It sounds like “boobies”.
And no matter how smart and inquisitive she is, she’s still nine years old.
I got some flak for occasionally dropping my rat voice. I tried to make Bubo sound like Templeton from Charlotte’s Web, but I don’t think I quite pulled it off. I don’t think that’s quite right for the character anyway. I think I’ll try for a Steve Buscemi voice next time.
Me, reading as Snuff talking to Bubo:"Then you must know that entering another player's home without invitation lays you open to immediate reprisal."
“Oh, so the game has rules to it. I like that.”
She also really dug the part about Snuff being able to talk to Jack at midnight. I don’t know what it was, but she really liked the concept. I think it works for the story that companions can talk to each other at any time, but to humans only during one specific hour, but it didn’t find it otherwise remarkable.
When I read It was time to visit Growler, for a workshop in advanced stalking. Soon the world went away. She wanted to know what that was about, so I told her about Growler. She didn’t believe me at first, though I can’t say I blame her. (“When Snuff goes to sleep, he visits an mythical Ur-Dog named Growler, who gives him lessons on how to be a dog.”)