The energetic young enkidu hopped in place clapped his hands excitedly.
"Ma jii' ka?" he said with a quizical tone. "Ma jii' ka desu ka?"
It was then that Claudia and Goibniu made their way up the crow's nest. When they suddenly appeared, the boy yelped.
"Yong ji de!"
He leaped back, hopping onto the raised ledge of the nest and perched on it like a bird. He seemed to be making room as the already enclosed area started to fill up pass the occupancy limit. Despite the haphazard position he was in, he looked firmly steady in his place. He seemed not only agile, but considering his tone but lean muscles, a dedicatingly fit athlete.
He had a scrunched brow as Claudia tried to speak to him, as if he wasn't sure what she was saying. but then he raised his brow and smiled, nodding affirmatively.
"Ku-ra-de-ah," he pronounced slowly. "Go bu nue."
He tapped the fingerknuckles of his right hand to his chest and smiled brightly. "O namae Osamuugi. Ozaruu Osamuugi!"
Then he leaned his with a twinkle in his eyes.
"Majika?" he inquired excitedly. "Majika?"
The grizzled engineer glanced at his unwelcomed visitor with an unamused look. But as he turned around to get back to his work, he muttered out loud, "See if you can find that faulty pipe."
A quick once-over of the room will tell you that was essentially the same as being asked to find a needle in a haysack. Pipes and tubes splintered across the walls and ceiling like a sauna assembled by a spider.
However, there were gauges along the walls with meters of varying measurements. Rather than being individual gauges though, enkidu's work in a system. A pipe that's reading too high might just be making up for a pipe that works much less for example. In order to distinguish the one faulty pipe, it requires some careful observation, analysis, and a little quick calculations to figure which one was not working quite right. Choosing the wrong one might result in making things even worse.