It was a hard thing to suggest but it was at least a good attempt to asked, if something wasn't said that was in mind it would never get an answer if it was for the sake of being some help.
"I understand that from seeing it first hand, as soon as Aaron had stepped even an inch on your line the instinct kicked in and you were furious. Most likely I will be trying this when you have to go out for the night and watch the city, I can try an attempt to get him and get what I need done and before you know it I'll let him go before you have a chance to notice anything out of the ordinary."
He had a point though that with this success of the anti venom being a positive creation there has to be a little more than a small vial to keep the production going, and Jeremy was in no mind to have to hunt his brother down again and again to retrieve a decent amount to commence a few test and have a good amount made for emergencies. when the answer was clear Jeremy nodded still a little quiet at what he had to figure out doing to get his brother to come to the manor and do what he needed some. However the part of getting Erik here wouldn't be so easy since of many factors to think about from the first thing of getting Erik isolated from anyone to making sure backup was around if something was going to happen if his brother decides to retailiate. They were some things to think about, but Jeremy could be clever if he had to when it came to getting Erik's attention. All he had to do was wait for the right time.
Posted: Sun Dec 15, 2013 5:05 pm
"Jeremy? Just don't tell me when he's here. I don't need you getting hurt because of me. Fair enough?" Tobias questioned picking up his mug and draining it.
He smiled." That I can do. By the way, do I want to know what happened in the kitchen?" He hissed snickering.
"Shut up Jeremy!" Toby flipped his friend off.
"That's what I thought. But anyways, I'll leave you to watch kitty videos on youtube." Jeremy loudly answered from the doorway and ducked a coat getting thrown at him from the room.
"I can never get my paperwork done on time. Goodnight Jeremy!" Tobias' higher vocals kicked in from his stress and the door was shut with a click.
He rolled his eyes when he heard Tobias' response."Well it's about time he started switching over to his natural sleeping pattern."
He quietly walked back to his part of the lab. With stomach growling, he went to the cage when he kept all his feeder mice and pulled one out by the tail squeaking for it's life.
"Ssssorry little guy, I have to eat.I'll make it quick and painless for you." Jeremy softly answered while allowing his fangs to come down poised and pumping venom.
Frank walked into the room and hit the chair making a loud noise startling his friend.
"Do you mind?" He snarled with fangs clearly posed for the attack. Frank put his hands in the air and took a step back until he saw the mouse in his hands fighting his grip.
"You actually eat them? I thought that was a joke going around the house on your behalf but you really do?" His eyes were full of wonder and curiosity allowing him to step closer to inspect what his friend was going to do.
"Yessssss! I do! If you want to watch, go ahead but don't interfere!" Jeremy hissed furiously for getting interrupted during his meal.
Without anymore interruptions, Jeremy quickly bit down and pumped the mouse with his killer fangs. The mouse struggled for a minute before going limp. When it died, Jeremy unhinged his jaw allowing him to swallow the the animal whole.
"That's really cool in a morbid way." Frank chimed going to the cage to pull another one out for his friend.
A little bit heard to put into thinking but it was Frank he was talking with, one that would almost fit the category as someone that would think the more creepy things were something to wonder about. Since he was just watching and observing giving another mouse from the cage, Jeremy thought nothing of it while he went back to his task at hand to feed himself, while Frank took a spot to observe the entire process from the lethal bite to the end result. It gave him something else to do to learn a little bit more about how Jeremy's instincts reacted without having to deal with the concequence of having to get strike at as long as he was at a good distance that would make Jeremy threatened enough to go into attack mode for being interrupted.
"I guess we all learn something different when we get the chance to watch and observe.....of course with permission and no surprises."
Posted: Sun Dec 15, 2013 7:46 pm
After eating his fill, he slumped down into his chair and just rested with his eyes closed.
"I could have sssworn that I was alone. I don't eat in front of others because I might strike at them if they get to close. I'm kind of surprised you even bothered to hand them to me knowing the danger you could have been in if I bit you on accident."
"Just rest dude. I know what snakes do after eating a big meal. It's the least I can do.Besides, your making me immune to all bites so that being said, if you even bit me, over time, it would have no effect on me." Frank chimed in as he climbed over the desk to rub Jeremy's shoulders.
"It'ssss still stressful but maybe if your around more I might get use to you. I hate the instints. I wish I didn't get them as part of this but what's done is done."
He whispered just keeping his eyes closed.
Frank continue to help his friend relax a little more, keeping in mind of everything he was saying even if it a little silent at first but with a meaning.
"Thats one thing your right about that what instincts you've been wired with will remain with you but what doesnt say they can be tamed to react in different ways. More in a sort of being set to kick in to specific times instead of all the time."
It was one thing that Frank had to think about especially with the odea that Toby had to do many changes to keep from beiming a pure bat than a hybrid, territory was the main example. True he would become a savage thing trying to keep his things his own from rivals, but learned how it worked for him to only react to enemy scents, while letting his own clan come and go into the lands as they please without having to worry about getting snarled at when the line has been crossed. If Jeremy could do the same with interacting with those that would be working with him the most, then the urge to strike at people would lessen more when the thought of someone being in the same room changes the threat meater to just a slight startle.
They knew right away that most likely Frank would be one to be able to come in close contact, snce he was able to give a feeder mouse to him without any hesitation. If there wasn;t any fear being sense the instinct would be less to mild.
Posted: Sun Dec 15, 2013 8:43 pm
Jeremy's eyes snapped open.
"I think I have a solution to make you immune quicker." He slirred standing up quickly and tried to get to the other side of the lab. Half way there he yelped in pain. Doubleing over, he started to heave feeling his food coming up on him.
"You ok over there?" Frank rushed over just as Jeremy lost his breakfast on the floor.
"Sorry Frank, it happens sometimes when I eat to much and move too quick."
He sighed and tried to stand up straight but the pain only brought him down to his knees.
"Jeremy, go sit down. I'll clean it up. It's not a big deal. You are beyond stressed out if your throwing up your food again."
"Wait, how do you know about that?"
"I once had a snake for pet and she would do that all the time when she was stressed out."
"Well that makes a lot more sense why you are so infatuated by me." Jeremy rolled his eyes.
"A little on the interesting side yeah thats a true statement, but the point is that even though your not a pet snake you still have the traits I could remember from her. You've been up all night on patrol and then come back to conduct a few test as well as add on to figuring out new things, a little bit too much if I say so myself. Take a moment to get your body resting and finally back in a good pattern, keep up the trips here and there then you wont be able to keep anything down nor be much of a help if you cant barely lift a thing."
Frank was getting a little worry about Jeremy since he almost had forgotten that he had just been out the entire night, as well came down to figure out a few things on the venom project that rest or sleep seemed to pass by him without a blink of an eye. Though figuring out things for the vision was a thing to try, his friend needed to take a little time away from the lab to rest up and get a little food in him to keep up. He took a few rags and cleaned up the small mess without much of a word or fuss.
"Its probably already close to the afternoon, take this time to get a little shut eye in before the rest come to wake up for the night time. The spectrum thing can wait for another time when you got a little rest and food. Probably will go up myself very soon since I'm feeling the wire starting to fade off myself. Take a break and get yourself a little on the better side without feeling sick to the point you can even keep the mice down.
Posted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 8:16 pm
" I sshould shouldn't I." Jeremy weakly smiled before grabbing the nearest trash basket and emptied his stomach again.
Frank rolled his eyes and quietly helped Jeremy up. "You're not walking by yourself. Not after what just happened. I'll walk with you."
Jeremy nodded and slowly walked out of the lab with Frank behind him.
they passed the kitchen to see the mess that Sam was now cleaning up witha little help from Issac as they both were scrubbing the floor and the walls that looked like a crime scene.
"Well it looksss like Toby did go hunting after all. Just not a good predator if he can't keep his own food from makeing a messss"
Frank took a second glance only to meet eyes with Samantha, who was not so happy at the fact she was having to clean up after one that never was the best in the kitchen and probably poorly to clean what was done. He turned back around and follow Jeremy up the stairs in case he would lose his balance with how overwhelmed his body had been hit with.
"Well look at it this way, at least if it was a hunt its just an animal and not one of us that crossed the line." he said in a little humor knowing the kitchen was going to be a little bit to clean from the stain proned mess.
Frank managed to be a guide towards the hallway as they both reached for Jeremy's room, clicking the door open just enough for him to get in slowly but at least inside the room without tripping on something.
"I think a few hours of sleeping and a couple more feeder mice when you get the stomach to keep them in, then you should feel a little better. True conducting tests are a neat thing to do, but if it means of barely moving down to your knees its not worth the abuse on the body. Maybe come back down a little later to see if something is happening, unless something wakes you from your slumber, hopefully not a spray of water from something blowing up."