It's been a long week filled with endless leads, dead ends, and frustrating conversations. The murder case I've been assigned to seems like an unsolvable puzzle; every piece I find only complicates the picture further.

My partner, on the other hand, is not making this any easier. They seem too eager to please, too quick to jump to conclusions without considering all angles. It's as if they're more interested in proving themselves than actually solving the case at hand.

I can't help but feel a sense of resentment towards them for being thrust into my world of solitude and self-reliance. But perhaps it's unfair of me to judge so quickly; maybe they just need time to adjust their approach.

Despite my frustration with my partner, I can't deny that having someone else around has its advantages. Two minds are better than one when it comes to cracking tough cases like this one - even if our methods clash more often than not.

As we delve deeper into the mystery surrounding Teyvat's latest murder victim, I find myself slowly warming up to my partner - begrudgingly admitting that their enthusiasm might be infectious after all. Maybe together we'll finally crack this code and bring justice for those who have fallen prey to such senseless violence.

But until then, I'll continue walking down these dark alleys and following faint trails of evidence in search of answers...and hoping that my newfound partnership will lead us closer towards solving this twisted puzzle once and for all.