"I wasn't expecting half of what you threw at me either, to be honest," if her facial expressions hadn't made that clear, "But that's how it's often going to be. Gotta be ready for the most random of shit. You did great! Besides, if I couldn't make it difficult for you, what would be the point?"
For whatever her words meant to him.
He pushed her to the ground, and she fell, and she took no effort to get up; opting to lie there for a moment and think. To review her observations. To plan ahead for him. To try and put everything that they had done out here today to good use.
"I think that that should be a staple for us. Not just that game, but different variants of Death Tag. With different rules. I've even thought of an exercise to help you out with 'the sight', but I think I'll save that for another day. None of this necessarily about winning or losing, so much as seeing constant improvement in yourself. Admittedly, I just wanted to have you try to outright dodge me for as long as you could, today, but I think that both exercises have their own merits, you know?"
Despite how that last sentence that left her lips sounded, it wasn't rhetorical. She was diving into the unknown as much as he was, and any feedback that he gave would've been more than appreciated. More than appreciated, downright necessary.
"How much longer do you want to go for, Garrick? I've got at least one more thing that I'd really like to try before we call it quits," that wasn't entirely true. She had alot of ideas that she wanted to try, but she wanted to at least hit the basics of her philosophy before the session came to an end, "I know I called you out of the blue, so I don't want to tie you up all day out of nowhere."
She sat up and turned to him.
"Want to try some 'Development'?" Ryoko pushed out a nervous laugh, somewhat forced this time, "I admittedly have no idea if any of what I had said applies to your powers in the slightest, but it seems like something worth experimenting with, no?"