A pie, that which Woolie need not to steal, for his birthday, I offered a splendid meal. Was really fun hanging out with the Zaibatsu at Round One with my sister (I’m the dude in the middle). I hope you guys come back to WEST COAST BEST COAST in the future!
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Michonne returns home from a business trip to find that some things have changed while she was away. AU/No Zombies
Some people believe that there are infinitely many parallel universes. These collected stories are brief glimpses into five possible realities, each containing a special moment between a small town Sheriff and a brave warrior woman.
Summary: As the year draws to a close, peace has finally dawned. The time for unity has arrived. In the Vytal festival, it is time for heroes to rise, bringing glory to their kingdoms. But as autumn dies, the first winds of winter blow over Remnant, chilling the hearts of the people; breathing doubt into their souls. Long-buried secrets will triumph, and every action will have a consequence. Ruby must reconcile herself with her own fate. Weiss struggles to escape her legacy. Blake cannot erase memories. Yang’s search leads her into more peril than ever— but none of them can outrun fate. Shadows turn on shadows, and bonds shatter as they are tested to the limit. For in dividing them, they will fall and burn; at the eye of the storm, no peace lasts forever. In the end and beginning of time, there is a place where the sun never rises, and the dead delight to teach the living. A great danger is rising from the darkness. It’s time to take sides. The final warning is coming. The first chill of winter is the most deadly; it is the chill that kills more than any other. The first betrayal is the most damaging; it is the act that shatters bonds of love and trust, crushing even the strongest heart, tearing teams apart.
It always felt especially lonely at her mom’s grave during autumn.
She could imagine her sleeping under the earth, under the piles of leaves and the slumbering grass, but that was a foolish notion. This grave held no body. Icy wind whipped over Ruby, tempered only by the warm golden glow of the sunlight; the leaves and grass of autumn swirled around like miniature tornadoes in the gusting gale.
She had not been to her mother’s gravestone, alone, in a long time. Of course, she had been here only a week ago, but she had been with Weiss then, and they had sealed their partnership in the most powerful way possible. It still felt new, Ruby knew, and she was still getting used to it— adjusting to memories that weren’t her own, pulses of emotion that Weiss was feeling instead of her, being able to feel where her partner was, at any given moment… it was enough to make anyone want to get away for a little while, to mull things over; coming here, to this place of quiet solitude, was the best for that.
It was strange, being Bonded. Strange, really, but not bad.
She felt her Scroll buzz, and checked it; a message had popped up from the contact “yangarang”, punctuated by a fire emblem; Ruby grinned, temporarily distracted from her sorrow.
yangarang, 1:16 PM: Where are u? remember our match is at 3, sis. weiss is griping at me to get u to come back to the fairgrounds, so hurry the heck up