Akame had to admit. What Aedre was beginning to say was right. She laughed softly, just thinking of how countless theories thought out to create society actually contradict each other. Is there a perfect world awaiting us? Yes? No? Maybe? There was no proof, no matter what Akame thought. Yes, she had presumed that anybody could always think of improving at any time and any space, yet the world could change people, as well. Therefore, could an utopia actually change the persona of all, making them all believe in the same thing, or was Akame right? Was it okay to be distinct, or was it okay to be the same...eventually? The thoughts began to hurt Akame in her head and chest before she stopped thinking, in general.
Not a single sign of her frustration could be seen on her face this entire time while she was once pondering thoughts. Right now, she was awaiting Aedre's response to her dare, which she happened to receive long after what she had expected, and more to it than she anticipated. She had just received a light kiss on the cheek, then a comment questioning what the other female had just done. "Yes ma'am!" Akame replied jokingly. She wondered what Aedre must of thought after she had performed this quick peck on her cheek, but yet again, she was quick. Pace was Aedre's ultimate weakness in this game, which Akame could always see and target, no matter what. "I sense your discomfort." Akame remarked, "You're quick in any sense. Is being slow out of your comfort zone?" Akame was just teasing Aedre at this point, though the other woman must have known it was true. This may have been the winning factor, but honestly, Akame was ashamed. She thought this game would be more fun, and less intense than even she noticed she was making it.
"I have a proposition for you." Akame said out of the blue, "You seemed overly confident before this game started, so I am going to shatter that confidence. You have two choices, just as this game does- always. You can either ask an honest question that I must answer, or give a dare that I must perform. After that, I do the same for you. Whoever can make the opponent hesitate for a longer period of time is the winner. Make this one move your strongest, as if it is your only chance at success." Akame grinned, feeling cheap by putting this game at its final moment so quickly and suddenly, yet impressed that she could have thought of such a brilliant idea. This was a quick move, after all, so how must Aedre feel if the game escalated so rapidly? From just testing each other, the two must now put each other at their limits. Albeit, Akame was quite scared, herself, seeing as if Aedre could bear the sudden change in this game, she would probably have quite the gift in store for her new friend. Of course, she would have to expect that Akame held just a big, if not bigger threat than Aedre held. They both had potential to be a winner, and that's all that mattered. However, what mattered especially was that the winner would have to be determined now.
Akame grinned more deviously while she thought of the best idea possible. She would not hint towards anything, though with all of the past experiences in mind during this game, she had made up the ultimate concluding statement for Aedre. Both had the ability of giving either an honest question or dare to the other person, and neither could protest. It was great, in Akame's opinion. When she thought about it, this whole meeting was interesting. It all started from an accidental encounter from a fall over something on the ground, and now, it was a challenge to understand one another. The two changed quickly from strangers to friends. All of it was quick. Could Aedre bear it? Akame felt guilty for being so mean with her decisions, but it was the only way to win this game, and get the answer from Aedre that she desired.
She stared Aedre down while she gestured her to think of the first move; to perform it. Akame was the host of the game, so if she had any advantage over this game, it was deciding turns. However, she would have to be equal at all times, and abide by her rules. Rules! Something she had forgot to remind Aedre of! "Don't forget the same laws apply. You cannot ask or dare me to respond to or do something that may endanger my life. It cannot be physically painful, nor can it be something too inappropriate to declare in this game." Akame smirked, assuming she had taken control of this game, though she could always be wrong. Akame wanted to win, yet she also wanted to lose, at the same time. She was not sure if Aedre could notice it, but each question and dare did seem to identify her limits, as the same identified Akame's. Inevitably, Akame had won somehow. She had declared a game that would allow her the chance to know more about her opponent despite how much she wanted to hide. Akame wondered if her question were even that important anymore, hence she wondered if losing was so important to avoid. Albeit, winning was always better, of course.