"Energy, sweetie? You're wrong." Lily stated flatly, "Vince wouldn't put himself in harm's way like that. I mean for Silver, he'd put his life on the line. So keep in mind when I say this: Don't you ever." Little bug lily prodded 'Silver"s nose, "EVER take that lightly! You got that?!"
Lily calmed down, "Now then, back to the situation. Vince knew that was a trap, that's why he kept baiting for it to happen. What's getting me is how they melted. Literally melted. Gah...one second. Tek? TEK! I need you to grab some notes! Folder 2-22B-Subsection Y."
The sound of a squeak was heard then the shuffling of papers. Lily started murmuring aloud, "Lesse...today I got my first hair! I was so happy I...! Ew! Vince! Why would you write that?!" The sound of more pages being turned, "Lesse...lesse...the spotted wombat incident! Here we go!"
Lily read aloud, "Dear journal, today dad asked me to kill a homeless man and bring back his blood. The usual Monday thing, y'know? I decided to goof off and do other things. I thought any blood wouldn't matter so I trapped a wombat. I think it's of the spotted variety. Stupid thing bit me. Anyhoo, cut its head off and drained it in a bag, labeled it hobo blood and back home I went. Dad asked me to actually try flesh sculpting today! And wanted me to use the blood. It hurt, it felt like my bones were being restructured. Shortening, the blood got everywhere. Bone was sticking out. It was so gross. That's when Dad realized it wasn't homeless blood and drained my blood. He did some kind of transfoosion of blood thing.
He told me the first rule of flesh sculpting: A flesh sculptor's blood is bond by their species. If they try incorporating any other specie, it would actually bind to their ge...genatac structure. Geneatec? Genetic. That is why Uncle Stu looks kinda like a two hundred boa constrictor. He gives the best birthday presents!"
Lily sighed, "Of course that's what he'd write." She grumbled shortly afterwards, "You'd imagine I read this, but nooo, I respect his privacy. I really hope I'm wrong about this, but...Oh...oh dear..."
Lily fell silent. "Oh dear gods."