Privacy was something that the dragonslayer had much demanded. It was in his nature to keep to himself. And yet, the hypocrisy of his actions didn’t cross him when he made his way over to the guild’s current lodging. It didn’t hit him still when he activated shadow drive and slid into her bedroom. No matter, it wasn’t like he intended to cause any harm. Not really.
Quickly, without leaving any trace of his presence, Rogue placed a container on top of her bed. The warmth still clung to his fingers as he made his way out through her window.
Later, once she came home, she would find a container full of warm homemade chocolate chip cookies. And if she didn’t come too late, she would find that they were still fresh.
Unlike the times before, this act had not been forced by Frosch. Of course, the exceed had suggested it, but Rogue found himself somewhat willing this time in comparison to others.
A single note would be attached to the container, a single piece of tape binding it in place.
I couldn’t let Frosch eat all of these at once.
What a day, everyone running around while she kept trying to sneak some food into her room. Of course she loved how wild everyone got but for some reason she just wanted to go to her room and actually eat without having to dodge people being thrown.
It was a complete failure but getting some rest in her room was good enough. She stopped in front of her door and giggled, thinking back on the drawing she had received the other day. With a light sigh she opened her door and noticed something on her bed. Quickly she walked over to her bed, picking up the container. The smell gave it away, homemade chocolate chip cookies. But who was it from?
With a quick glance she knew who it was from, she squeezed it warmly, grinning, something snapped, sending her stomach into a series of back flips and impacting her chest as if she ran a million miles just now. She was so innocent about it, her stomach growled reminding her of the plan she had failed on earlier. “Rogue you really don’t know how much your small gestures mean to me. And how helpful they are.” she giggled, a dim sparkle lit her blue eyes when she opened the container. “They’re warm..” she mumbled as she placed one in her mouth and ran towards her window. She searched around wondering if he was nearby but there was no sign of him.