Disclaimer: Red vs Blue and related characters are the property of Rooster Teeth. Warnings: Language, Canon-typically violence, Character death, Depression & PTSD, Mentions of gore Rating: T Synopsis: [Post-Season
13 Finale] When the smoke cleared, when they finally made it back to
their heroes, only one of the Reds and Blues was left standing. Caboose
is all alone now.
This fic has done a real good job of making me sit back and think of the more horrible combination of things that could happen possible and digging into gritty parts of canon to support those assumptions. Not exactly for this chapter, but there’s a few hidden surprises coming up that I think will catch everyone off guard :B
Washington looked over the choices a few times, biting a bit on the nail of his thumb as he focused. Caboose was swaying back and forth to his side, pulling at the various corners and seams of his loose gown.
Without a proper uniform or survival suit like they had been used to wearing for so many years then, Caboose was left with all the largest shirts and sweats that Chorus could scrounge up for them. Most of them were too long or too loose for Caboose’s liking, but at the same time were best for not aggravating his various stitches and casts. Hospital gowns on Caboose, however, were even worse.
Chart depicting the Japanese katakana, along with the Chinese characters from which they were created.
Row 1: a, i, u, e, o
Row 2: ka, ki, ku, ke, ko
Row 3: sa, shi, su, se, so
Row 4: ta, chi, tsu, te, to
Row 5: na, ni, nu, ne, no
Row 6: ha, hi, fu, he, ho
Row 7: ma, mi, mu, me, mo
Row 8: ya, yu, yo
Row 9: ra, ri, ru, re, ro
Row 10: wa, wi, we, wo (only wa is in common usage in modern Japanese; the other three are historic)
Row 11: moraic n (follows one of the others and adds an n to it; cannot stand alone or fall word-initially)
Note that the irregularities in the consonants in rows 3, 4, and 6 are due to phonological processes; underlyingly every katakana has the same initial consonant as all the others in its row.