'Kuja, we can't leave him here, look how cute and defenceless he is!' 'Forget it, you and that blasted dog of yours are enough trouble as it is, without adding a baby dragon to the mix of things.' I was really regretting the guilt that had made me take them along in the first place. I shouldn't have run like that, it had weighed heavily on my mind since I had made it to the cave and left her in the woods defenceless. Meeting her again in the city had reminded me of how selfish I seemed to have become. Was I always like this? 'So he's coming? Right? Because I say so!' Amy panted heavily,out of breath and red in the face with indignation. I had zoned out the last five minutes of her arguing, and since the dragon was following us anyway, it was obviously useless to argue. I put my face in my hands and groaned with frustration at this larger than life, pain in the ass, wrecking ball of my life.