She had to give the sky some credit. The sky was afire with so many hues of warm colors, giving off a fading radiance to the canyons in the north. The dying lights seemed to give an eerie enchantment to the jungles beneath them, as the lights of various strange devices began to light up. It was always so strange what kind of strange electronics she found all over this world. Lucy held onto her cap as she soared through the air. On top of her dragon friend's back. Well, one of them. The other didn't fly, so he couldn't be up here. He actually was up here, but he was inside of her techno thingy. The one that didn't seem to do much of anything except, like, store dragons and stuff. Which in of itself was nice, seeing as she had two eight and a half-foot tall dragons that followed her around and kept calling her "Your Majesty". Which is an admittedly amazing ego booster, sure, but it was getting a little ridiculous. She'd never been pampered so much in her life, but certain parts were beginning to get a bit annoying. "Brother Diamantus! Are you done with your flying yet? Finding a place to land can't be that difficult for you, can it?" A voice blared out from Lucy's device. "Silence, Brother Malacaius," The dragon whose back Lucy was riding on replied. "I will land when I find a spot with appropriate accommodations for Her Majesty!" This is what was getting annoying. The two dragons couldn't seem to agree about anything, and all the time they spent bickering was grating Lucy's last nerves. "Come on! Hey, Queenie, talk some sense into this stubborn fool, would you? If we have it Dia's way, then we'll stay up in the air forever!" "I will NOT permit you to shorten my name like that, Malacaius Verde de Dragos! That name is a title bestowed to my by Her Majesty and only she is permitted to use it!" "Enough!" Lucy finally shouted. "Dia! Find us somewhere to land already before it gets too dark! And Mal! Stop trying to annoy him so much! It was only funny the first couple of times!" "Ha! Yes, Your Majesty!" "Y-yes, Y-Your Majesty!" This was the part Lucy hated the most about flying. Diamantus turned to a wide clearing and touched down to a smooth landing. She found herself wrapping her arms around the blue Coredramon's neck and tightened her grip the closer she got to the ground. She heard a gargling noise as Diamantus began to sink down low enough for Lucy to drop down. "Your Majesty... is choking me rather tightly..." He managed to gasp. Lucy loosened her grip and slid down the dragon Digimon's back as laughter shot out of her Digivice. "Haha, don't pretend that you don't like it, Dia!" "That's..." Diamantus coughed through a wheezing noise. "Diamantus, Brother Malacaius..." Lucy looked down and adjusted her cap, too embarrassed to speak up.