He's not happy, as he sketches out the signs and sigils. He generally isn't, these days.
He ran out of better options with the last of the cows.
He finishes the circle.
"I meant that figuring out how to do something like that for me was several billion times less important than figuring it out for normal humans."
"Oh, yeah, that's also true."
"It's a good thing I don't get sick as easily as humans, though, since human medicine would be moot for me."
"Completely? I'd expect a lot of things to carry over - disinfectants, maybe antibiotics if they didn't have weird side effects on you that are worse than for humans - certainly anything surgical would be different but I'd expect the least discrepancy in infectious disease related medicine."
"I mean I don't get sick so it's hard to say. But I work really weirdly."
"I'll take your word for it and hope you do not come down with anything."
"I don't think I will. I think if I were going to get sick at all I would have done so at some point when I was little and careening across the countryside eating everything in sight."
"Maybe you can get exotic otherworldly diseases."
"That's possible. Those seem even less likely to respond to antibiotics," she winced.
"At least any I know about, yeah."
"Well. No use borrowing trouble. Maybe I can't get space diseases either."
"And even if the worst happens probably I'll be fine and the only real problem will be making a summoning circle big enough for me."
"We don't have confirmation on that for local humans, let alone you, but I wish you luck on that." Sigh. "I'm gonna go see how Benjamin Franklin is doing."
"Nope, just checking in! How are you doing?"
"And what are your thoughts on modern politics?"
"Cool - let me get you something abridged from the future so you'll have a little more data on what trends can push how far how fast -" Cam comes up with a history book for this purpose. "It's obviously written from an even farther future perspective so you'll have some moralizing that will sound weird, but should be serviceable."
"It will at that. You have a jump on avoiding farmed meat!"
"The debate wasn't in full swing till I was already eating demonic meat all the time for sheer convenience, so I've never gotten worked up about it, but it's certainly something we might as well avoid when it's this easy."