Ilvarus thought about her words, scoring a part of a game with numerical values that were assigned by the people who participated. It didn't sound that odd, though the only games he knew were Chess or other types that were to strengthen his mental acuity according to father. "What's a television? does it move so fast that you need to watch it all the time?" he murmured before dipping his face into the water and unceremoniously rubbed any and all fish, blood and guts off himself. Coming back up to speak without swallowing saltwater, he began to reply to her as she began to swim around him.
"Then train yourself to speak faster, why destroy the content when the medium is at fault?" logically speaking, it made sense, but it was theoretical given that most could never speak faster while remaining understandable for others. His clear blue orbs caught her frown and he wondered why she was making such a face before her next question, switching to a smile. Ilvarus wondered if she suffered from some kind of illness of the mind that required her to flick back and forth between happy and unhappy thoughts. Not his place to ask, he just filed it in the back of his mind as she asked about magic.
"Magic? No, I don't believe so... I just become, it comes naturally to me. Spells require more effort or so my Fath... I mean No, not a spell" Ilvarus responded as she described her own abilities. Blinking, he wondered why he couldn't do things like that, then again, his human form had no scales or reliable method of even telling that he was a Dragon. For all intents and purposes, he was human, except for the enhanced body and strength but this went over Ilvarus' head. "My scales are silver, um, but I don't know magic I can just become and I don't do anything else"
Ilvarus didn't really know what to say, just watched her dive down to catch a fish. Though she shifted her teeth into those of dragons. His heart began thumping in his chest and he couldn't help but smile a little as she ripped through a fish. Almost doggy paddling, he closed the distance between them sloppily as he wasn't used to moving slowly in water just on the surface. Tilting his head to the left and right, almost as if examining Dalinda curiously, even dipping the lower half of his head so that he could look at her just above the water. Ilvarus seemed fascinated by her teeth. Shaking his head when she asked if he minded, though not quite understanding why she was asking at all.
Unconsciously, he reached out toward her and if she didn't stop him, he would poke her in cheek. As if she were some creature he had suddenly realized was odd. Ilvarus's own tongue trailing over his teeth, normal humanoid teeth, though a little stronger. They were not the same as his Draconic ones. Part of his primal nature thought she looked amazing with blood trailing down her chin, but that wasn't something he was interested in right now. He was more interested in how she had done it and if it hurt her because they were sharp.