Oogie hissed through his teeth and made a face.
“Well, not everythin’ but I’m hopin’ to make up for most of it. Gotta get their trust back” he explained. Since Jack had abandoned them, the morale of the people had been significantly low but he aimed to change that with his plans. “Sorta, yeah…my wife crowned me King again after she was made Queen herself. Kinda confusin’, I know.”
Tron immediately regretted asking. However, he was satisfied with the answer he got.
“Most of it. That’s good, at least,” he replied. Observing the dark and dreary atmosphere (he was beginning to grow a little more confident now, and his circuitry reflected this), he looked for something to point out or something to ask about in an attempt to change the subject.
Tron saw the tops of towers from a distance; he pointed to them and asked, “Is that the town up ahead?”
Oogie nodded, observing the stranger with an air of caution and curiosity. He was unlike anyone else he’d seen before and he noticed how the lights in his clothing got brighter as he spoke up.
Turning and looking at where he was pointing, Oogie agreed.
“Yes, that’s Halloween Town. Ain’t too far from here, now” he explained.
After Oogie confirmed where they were going, Tron took a closer look at their destination.
“It looks interesting,” he observed. “Nothing like I’ve ever seen before. Are all the buildings like that?” He gestured toward some of the taller and more crooked towers of the town. How did those buildings stay up like that? It was a weird phenomenon, especially as Tron had been used to only having myriads of rooms embedded in a sturdy canyon wall.
“I can’t wait to see the rest of it.”