How about RFA+V and Saeran react to MC completely disappearing once Rika comes back and everyone ignores MC. Like she was replaced by Rika,and the last thing they saw of her was "MC has left the chatroom"
I’m gonna format this different than usual, just because this is… Gosh this is a really good ask, and I want to answer it in a good way too, but the usual way just doesn’t seem to suit it, so.. heheh, I hope you guys like this format Note: The reactions are all connected, I suggest reading it in order as I wrote it to make the best sense!! ^^
To begin with, there was a lot of “Rika..? Where have you been??” “We thought you were dead” “How.. how are you back?” You were amazed too. But you felt forgotten in the excitement, no one answered you, they all acted like… Rika replaced you. As if now that she was there, you… were not. You understood at first, sure. They were all excited that Rika was back. Makes sense. But this lasted for a few days… They wouldn’t join in chatrooms with you anymore, they had just left you. You attempted one last time to get their attention.
-Hey.. guys? -I guess you’re all busy… -…. -Haha.. that seems to be all the time now ^^;; -You’re all really busy….;; -I guess I’m just a bother, aren’t I? -….. -I’m sorry -MC has left the chatroom-
At first, he was still caught up in the excitement. Rika, enticing as ever, held his attention. He at first played off your chat as a bad day, on your part. But then… you stopped coming to the chats at all. He realized it one day when he was thinking about you. He stopped in the chats and asked if anyone else had noticed. No one quite knew… when you were last on. Rika tried to say to brush it off. “She’ll come back sometime. I’m sure!! Don’t worry!” Yoosung looked back to find the chat anyways. It worried him.. what you said sounded so definitive. As if you planned to leave, for good. So he consulted Seven. “Where’s MC? Why hasn’t she been here?” “I… I haven’t been able to find them… They deleted the app, and then they just completely disappeared.” “Why didn’t you tell us sooner??” “I tried. No one would listen.” Yoosung didn’t want to believe Seven, but looking back at the chats… he saw it was true. Anything about you, everyone just brushed aside. It seemed only Seven tried to bring you up, before he too, gave up. “When did you last see MC?” “She left her home, and disappeared from the city…” “There has to be clues at her home… what’s her address?” He recorded it as Seven told him, then went out on a drive, driving through the neighborhood you resided in, scouring the houses for your address.
“What do you mean.. MC’s gone?” She hadn’t noticed it either that you were gone gone, until Yoosung brought up the chat with Seven about your disappearance. “They can’t just… be gone. Can they..?” “Jaehee, I know you were close to them..” Yoosung started, “do you know anything about where they might have gone? Could they be hiding something at home about where they went?” “I… Maybe, but… I never really saw them outside of club activities, only a couple times..” “Come with me then. We have to check her home for anything, any clues.” “Okay” That’s how the two of them ended up at your porch, first knocking the door to see if you were maybe just at home. There was always the chance, and Jaehee didn’t want to ‘break in’ if it was unnecessary, because it after all, was your home. “Let’s go in” Yoosung said after waiting a minute. “Wait– hold up, they might just be coming.” Yoosung huffed, but Jaehee stubbornly made them wait five more minutes. “Fine, we can go in.” They found the place clean. Not just clean, but to a point of… barrenness. It felt empty. Lifeless. “You’d think there’d be signs of them actually living here…” Yoosung murmured. “Maybe that’s the point…” Jaehee said. She wandered through the house, into a bedroom. It too felt empty, with a bed, an empty nightstand, and a desk. The desk appeared empty, but she checked the drawers, and found a notebook. She remembered this from times hanging out with you, you kept notes in this… it was kind of like your planner/diary/notes all blended together. “This should have something.”
He saw the chat when he woke up in the morning. “What’s going on? MC… is missing?” He didn’t quite believe it. Scratch that– he didn’t want to believe it. But he couldn’t deny how they all were ignoring you. He couldn’t help wondering if that’s what drove you to leave, the fact that everyone ignored you. Or was it something more…? “Guys, why is everyone so worried..?” Rika chimed in on the chat. “They’ll be fine, they’re probably just taking a break. It can be kind of stressful leading the RFA, I would know!! ^^” “But why would they just disappear?” Zen asked. “Shouldn’t they have given us some kind of warning?” “Just give them space, they’ll be fine.” He noticed how Rika had little concern about you, and sure it made some sense.. she didn’t really know you. Call it paranoid, but he was skeptical about her “it’s fine” act. In a moment of rogue thought, he wondered if Rika had anything to do with your disappearance. That… couldn’t be possible though. It’s Rika– he knows her. She wouldn’t do something like this. But then again.. the Rika he last knew was from at least four years ago. The details around her ‘death’ and return were vague, and V and her were shrouded in secrets. Thinking more about it, Zen felt less and less sure that Rika wasn’t involved.
“Let me see what you found.” “It isn’t much, but..” Jaehee drew out a notebook from her bag. “This is it, Mr. Han. It took me forever to convince Yoosung to let me take it, but it’s their notebook. I found it in their drawer. I thought that this might be of some help…” She opened to a page and showed it to Jumin, revealing a page of a scribbled-down conversation. Little notes labelled one side as you, the other side as someone going by Unknown. “Isn’t Unknown..?” “Yes, Unknown is the one who lead MC to the apartment in the first place. I didn’t realize they had been talking with each other…” Jumin looked closer at the conversation. It talked about plans, how you needed to leave, needed help leaving. Needed to know how to disappear, so even Seven couldn’t find you. “Why was MC planning this? And why would they go to this Unknown to do it?” He hesitates. “Jaehee, find out more about this for me. Consult Seven maybe, leave the notebook with me. I’ll continue looking through it.” Jaehee bites her lip, but doesn’t protest before heading off. Jumin starts looking through your notebook, and finds the first day you met the RFA. MC was so happy… He remmebers fondly, and starts scanning through more. -Could I really be more than Rika for them? Can I just become me and mean the same to them? -I really think I can. The memories go bittersweet as he realizes how quickly they tossed you to the wind after Rika came back. -Unknown got a hold of me on the app… he messaged me again. I think.. there’s a reason he’s back. It might be for the best to have him help me. MC… Jumin worries, are you with this unknown right now?
“Seven, you’re saying you don’t know how to handle Unknown? How he did all of this?” “I– I told you. I can’t figure out how they do it, but they always seem to be one step ahead. I’ll call if I can figure out more. I have to go.” Rika had to peep in a final word, “It’ll be fine. MC’s probably just on vacation or something~” He left the chat with Jaehee, and started scouring the computer again. His eyes hung open sleeplessly, his fingers were cramped from working on the computer for so long, but he couldn’t find you. He couldn’t find any sign of you. And he just didn’t understand it. Hearing that you worked with the Unknown to disappear, it started making sense why he couldn’t find you. The Unknown seemed to be on the same level if not more advanced than him of hacking, he could easily help you disappear without a trace online. The only clues left were what was left in your house, which meant your notebook… Seven couldn’t help but feel like he failed you. He should’ve been able to stop this. He should’ve been able to keep you there, with them. It must’ve been his fault. He failed to protect you from whatever drove you to Unknown for help. Perhaps he even failed to protect you from Unknown. His phone buzzed. A message from Rika. “It’ll be okay, okay Seven? You’ll see, things will go back to normal. The way they were. It’ll be all better with time.” Frustrated, Seven chucked his phone across the room. It clashed in the trash of Dr. Pepper cans and Honey Buddha Chip bags, all empty. He hadn’t had a proper meal since he saw you deleted the app. He hadn’t ate since his stash of pop and chips ran out… two days ago. His stomach rumbled. But he decided he wasn’t hungry, and continued typing at the computer.
“Are you sure about this?” He asked.
“Yeah,” you said, nodding. “Give them this after I’m gone. And.. thanks, for helping me. You know you didn’t have to.” Saeran grunted. “Shut up. Just get out of here, before I hack into the chat and spoil your plans.” You smiled half-heartedly. “I.. don’t think they’d worry too much over me, even if you did message them. Just.. keep an eye on (insert-your-fave-mm-charrie) for me, okay..?” He shifted his eyes. “ ‘kay.” He watched you go, holding himself back from saying anything more… “I’m sorry.”
He watched the RFA’s panic as they realized you disappeared. He didn’t want to intrude on it. Even if it pained him. He sat back and watched. The buzz and the worry over you went on for a few months. Yoosung clung onto it like he clung on to Rika’s death. Jaehee lost motivation in anything but work. Zen kept on face, looking like he was fine while reeking of vodka. Jumin invested himself heavily in the company, losing himself in it. Seven rarely was online, but when he was, reassuring everyone he was doing his best to find you. The RFA as it once was lost it’s enthusiam. Rika started working hard to build it back up.
The message was supposed to be given out to the rest of the RFA after he received it. It appeared anonymously in the mail one wintry day. He consulted Rika about it however, before even considering sharing it. She told him to burn it. Don’t leave it to be discovered, get rid of it before someone like Seven gets a hold of it. He couldn’t bring himself to burn it. He felt too guilty to. So he hid it away, in a box locked up and tucked away on a shelf, where it would gather dust and be forgotten about. It was like the memory of you, just as Rika hoped it would be. Tucked up on a shelf, left to gather dust and be forgotten about.
► Summary: Jughead has been the reader’s best friend for three years. One day, during a biology study session, the true bond between them both will see the light (I know I’m terrible at doing summarys)
“Do you trust me?” the question left your lips as a
sweet and soft whisper. Jughead remained silent but he nodded with his head.
After a hard, boring and usual day at the Riverdale
high school you and your friend Jughead walked to your home for a study session.
Of course Pop’s was the first option but the football
team was there celebrating last night’s victory and you both didn’t want to
hear and stand them more than you had to at school.
It really started as a study session because of the
enormous tone of pages you have to study for that exam the biology teacher
decided to put from one day to another, but the books and pens were left aside
when suddenly Jug asked about you and your aunt’s relationship and how it was