"Look at them down there. Look at them running around like headless chickens."
Two figures stood on the roof of a high rise, peering down at the small shadows on the ground. The figures were the exact same height, were wearing the same silver and gold lined outfit that looked like some combination of battle armor and a uniform. Their hair, a silvery blue, was styled the same way: short and boyish. If one were to look at them from a distance he'd be unable to tell them apart. Identical in nearly every way. The only identifying mark, other than the one that marked them as Eldrenka, that distinguished them was their eyes. One had piercing blue eyes while the other had stinging red ones.
"Hey, how about we play a little game?" Sumire, the red-eyed twin spoke, turning her head to the girl next to her. Miu, her blue eyes wide in concern, leaned towards Sumire's ear. Even though there were no people around, Miu still chose to whisper, Sumire wasn't sure if it was because Miu was scared or just afraid that someone had abnormally good hearing. "Who cares if they haven't done anything wrong, Miu!" Sumire replied, her voice increasing in volume, "Since when do I...since when do WE care about things like that?"
Miu again leaned in the whisper.
"You're no fun, Miu. You know there's no one down there who can put up a fight. Besides, I want to play catch with you. We haven't played catch since that time in Germany." Both Miu and Sumire smiled as they remembered their time in Germany. Berlin, specifically. Sumire wondered if they started fixing that residential block that so rudely got in the way of their game of catch.
"Okay, fine, we won't play a game now. But how about a quick little prank?" Sumire looked to Miu for approval. Miu sighed and placed a hand to her cheek, her way of telling Sumire that she was listening; it practically meant Sumire's idea would be carried out. "Look, down there, see that man getting on his bicycle? Why don't you test your accuracy, Miu?"
Miu giggled. Every now and then Sumire had a fun idea after all. Miu nodded and clapped her hands together. She may not have agreed to indiscriminately kill the people down there, but she was never opposed to injuring them. Miu thrusted her palms downwards towards the bike rider and she and Sumire stood back to watch the fun.
Down below a high school student had started riding his bike home for the day. He was whistling a catchy song and paying little attention to the world around him. He entered an intersection and all of a sudden his pedals wouldn't move. He struggled, but it was as if they had suddenly put on a literal ton of weight. Pushing down strained his muscles and with a final push he heard a snapping sound and fell off his bike, shouting from the indescribable pain. And to make matters worse, his bike, normally lightweight, tipped over on top of his arm, causing him to yell even harder. He was pinned down by a bicycle.
Up on the roof, Sumire and Miu collapsed over in laughter. What idiots these humans were, but oh so fun to play with.