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Nicknames: Queen of Hell, Devil, Jigsaw, Mira-nee, Mylady
Star sign: Cancer
Time right now: 9:43am
Last thing you googled: how my new shedule should look like xD
Song stuck in my head: Believe by Cher (but why omg..)
Last movie i watched: Uuuhh idk
Last tv show i watched: Does Nanatsu no taizai count? I mean it was on Netflix (’:
What im wearing right now: black sleeping shirt
When i created this blog: Uhh… like almost 2 years ago? Idk
The kind of stuff i post: Music, Anime & Manga, Psychology, Cats, Memes, Aesthetic, Hair… uhhh… a lot
Do i gets asks regularly?: Nah (but I would love it)
Why did i choose my url: well “theblueunicorn” was already taken… and apparently “thebluefuckingunicorn” was taken too… so tumblr added the “blr”
Favorite color: Blue
Average hours of sleep: somewhere between 5 and 14
Lucky number: 4, 7, 3 (in that order!)
Favorite characters: Omg a lot.. Karou (Dosab), Issa (Dosab), Liraz (Dosab), Eileen Belserion, Juvia, Mirajane, Flare Corona, Shiro (Dmwl), Fox Sin Ban, Laxus Dreyar, … SO MANY MORE, PLEASE ASK FOR A FANDOM THANK
The poro meeped when he was caught! But, seeing as she didn’t seem to be trying to harm him, the poro didn’t scatter. The offer of food helped. Poros loved food. When she presented her hand, he snuggled up too it, clearly approving of this.
She smiled when the creature snuggled up to her hand as she gently petted it. “ I’ll make you something really yummy and tasty. I wish I can take you home, but I don’t know if Mira-nee and Elf nii-chan will let me keep pets.” She says before slowly standing up and walking over to the stove. Thanks to her older sister she had expertise on how to cook. As she began to cook something for the small creature. When she was all done, Lisanna poured all the food onto a plate and placed it in front of the creature. “ Here you go little go dig in, be careful though it’s fresh off the oven.” She announced
Summary: The ladies of FT stage an intervention for Lucy’s love life (Nalu from Lisanna’s P.O.V, basically).
Absence makes the heart grow fonder, or does it…
“Lisanna.” Mirajane touched her younger sister’s arm affectionately. “What are you daydreaming about?” She had been staring into the pot of rose tea she was brewing with a glazed expression.
“Nothing, Mira-nee,” she assured immediately. “I just got distracted.” She quickly placed the teapot and eight delicately painted cups onto her tray.
A rare, devious smirk adorned Mira’s angelic features. “Don’t tell me you’re in love.”
“Not you too,” Cana complained from where she sat crosslegged on the couch, guzzling down a bottle of whiskey. “One intervention per day is enough.”
“Yes. Juvia does not need any more love rivals,” the water mage chimed in.
At this, Levy smiled awkwardly. “Juvia, I don’t think you understand the situation. This is about Lu-chan and Natsu.”
Since the guild was revived, there seemed to be something wrong between them. They still went through the motions of being partners and best friends, but the tension between them was nearly a tangible thing. They didn’t stand as close to each other anymore. When he gave his pep-talks about bonds and family, there was always a hesitation, a pregnant pause before she smiled. And even when she did, it never quite reached her eyes.
“I personally think they should just fuck and get over it,” Cana chimed in. “But no one listens to onesan.”
Juvia nodded her agreement as Mira and Lisanna brought in the tea and cookies. “Love rival must realize how much Natsu loves her so she’ll remove her sights from Gray-sama.”
“I think Natsu-san mainly brought the guild back together, but she’s still very angry with him,” Wendy weighed in, feeling very much like a child intruding upon an adult conversation.
“As she should be,” Carla said haughtily. “A year is a very long time to leave someone important to you all alone. And with minimal notice, at that.”
“I can’t say I disagree.” Lisanna sighed wistfully, glancing out of the window. She supposed two years was even longer.
Besides those twenty-four months, seven hundred thirty days, or seventeen thousand five hundred and twenty hours, how much time did that anima really steal from her? How much of her future?
“Juvia doesn’t see what the big deal is,” the water mage lamented. “He apologized, right? If the flames of passion still burn, rival should just forgive him. Juvia forgave Gray-sama.”
“Unforgivable,” Erza decided. A frightening and punitive aura wafted from the armor clad wizard.
“What is?” Lucy asked as she came in, finally back from her latest solo mission. “Besides all of you being in my room.”
The mages all glanced around uncomfortably. “Lu-chan, take a seat,” Levy finally said.
“Okay.” She perched herself on the arm of the couch. “I just hope this isn’t about-”
“It is,” Cana said without preamble. “Natsu is stupid, and prideful so the passive-aggressive shit really isn’t gonna work. The way we see it, you have three options.”
“You could talk to him,” Mirajane offered with a smile.
“Tried that. Several times.”
The Sorcerer model was unfazed. “What if we tie him up first?”
“You can administer divine punishment,” Erza cracked her knuckles menacingly as she said this. “I can show you a few methods that are rather effective.”
“Tempting,” the celestial spirit mage admitted. However, she doubted that it would actually solve the problem between them.
“Or,” Lisanna started, “you can get even.” She pulled a small envelope out of her purse and held it out to Lucy.
Dear Natsu, I am leaving on a journey to train under a great celestial spirit mage. I will be back in about eight months. Please watch over everyone while I’m gone.
“Leave this in his bedroom and then go on a job,” the take over mage prescribed. “He’ll flip. And then he’ll probably get it.”
“You’re a genius, Lisanna!” Lucy declared.
Lisanna shook her head. “I just know how his mind works.” Nearly a decade of friendship and casual pining was known to do that to a person. She had long since mapped out his every idiosyncratic defense mechanism. It was how she knew her time with him had passed. There was no way they could just restart after he spent two years trying to let her go, flinching at even the mention of her name.
“Thank you so much.”
Then the pale haired girl gave a genuine smile. “If that doesn’t work I have another plan.”
Lucky Lucy in the right place at the right time had caught his wandering heart without even trying. And while another type of girl might have resented her, Lisanna was truly glad she met him. Because two years were longer than one, and aphorisms were to be applied to lives on a case by case basis.
Notes: So I originally wanted to post this for day one of Nalu week, but it became way too Lisanna-centric so I decided to wait. Thanks for reading, everyone!