Lucius was stable enough to be able to look at Grey without dashing into something. he stopped his lasers shortly after, but only because the sound they where making muffled the words Grey was speaking. "Your way? As far as I can tell, what you where doing was tearing this city apart. I thought I was helping." Lucius was being sarcastic at that last sentence, but soon took to a more serious tone. "Though seeing how powerful you are, I must ask myself; what am I fighting for again? I am well aware of what movie I'm in, but why is it again that I'm even helping these humans, when it would appear that one such as yourself are not? Because, surely, there must be something so important that you would cause such destruction. Something more important then the well-being of these people I am to think we are fighting to defend. Tell me something, two things, actually, to the two questions I am about to ask; what is it that you are so busy in looking for that you would do something completely unrelated, and actually conflicting, to what the rest of us are doing? And why should I not do the same?" Lucius was starting to wonder why he was even fighting for these humans. Sure, in Lord of the Rings, fighting alongside the humans and their allies was something most heroes done, but with the appearance of such characters like Lucius, Grey, Tsunade, and many others, Lucius began to wonder whether or not his actions would actually do any impact on what was suppose to occur. Was this city still going to be lost, even without his involvement? Was there something more important to look for then the safety of these fictional and possibly imaginary characters? Lucius figured that he could ask Grey, seeing that he's the cat-creature who's warping reality. If Lucius's service within the Pantheon was anything to go by, he always deferred to those with greater power; they typically had a better sense of what was going on, or at the very least, their involvement with it.