Dazai: Bedroom ,, Chuuya: Safe ,, Yosano: Affection ,, Ranpo: Loss ,, Akutagawa: Music
Dazai’s bedroom is pretty plain but it can also get really messy. You’ve heard of the depression chair. Get ready for the depression floor! He actually likes his room, though, since he’s less likely to get bothered by other people when he’s in there.
Chuuya doesn’t really have a concept of safety and mostly he doesn’t mind. He’s accepted that his lifestyle and the lifestyle of the people around him doesn’t lend itself to safety. But sometimes he wishes he could make other people (Dazai) stay safe. He doesn’t like to think about it too often.
Yosano isn’t really an affectionate person, at least not in the traditional sense. She’s more likely to show affection by offering you a drink and letting you come to her apartment. She doesn’t feel the need to be physically affectionate or verbally affectionate even if she does care. She enjoys the feeling of spending time with people she cares for and that, to her, is satisfying.
Ranpo would never admit it but he’s terrified of losing anyone in the ADA. They’re his family, and he doesn’t know how he would handle it. Death is still a pretty foreign concept to him.
Akutagawa never listened to music as a child and he’s not sure he understands it as an adult. He knows about it mostly because Chuuya listens to it often, and he started looking some up himself. He likes to listen to music when he can’t sleep, calm instrumental pieces that make him feel at ease and that he doesn’t have to think too hard about.