Moriyamas don’t believe in outsiders or equals.
Tetsuji took Kevin in and took over his training, but he also gave Kevin to Riko— literally. Kevin isn’t human to them. He’s a project. He’s a pet, and it’s Riko’s name on his leash.
Jonah: So, today comes the newbie. Brent: I heard he’s like the the new child prodigy or something very close to it. Ethan: As long as my fanbase stays the same I don’t really care. Jason: The guy’s old. He has a family. Your groupies won’t run away Ethan. Ethan: He’s not older than us now. He was just discovered late, don’t understimate someone you don’t even know. Jason: Jeez daddy, I apologize.
Altaïr is an ass when sick. Altaïr won’t listen to you and won’t stop working on his journals even though he can’t even stand up right — often doodling and writing over a wooden support tucked in the bed. He’s a difficult patient, always refusing to take his medicine and saying that he’s not sick. His stuffy nose makes him talk funny, and keeps running, which is the most annoying bit of the cold for him. Altaïr tends to brat about anything, he complains about not tasting anything — usually he says that it’s bad, even though he can’t taste it —, when you won’t let him take a walk out of the bedroom or to the library. He tends to get really moody about the weather, often complaining that it’s too cold and 5 minutes later shoving the blanket and stating that it’s “too damn hot”. Due to his busy schedule, Altaïr doesn’t sleep much, so you have to persuade him to take naps — which involves him clinging onto you while you play with his hair and telling him what you did during the day. He’s not really paying full attention, as he only hums and grunts in response until your voice puts him to sleep.