Bravo stood on the highest hilltop, with his head tilted downwards, angled to see absolutely anything below this bird's eye view, though no presence of any living thing other than plant life seemed to exist here for the time being. Bravo was proud to have met Hana in the past. She was far better than Mikoto treated her, comparably intelligent to himself, though her mindset was obviously more hateful than his own. The way she sounded that day- Bravo would not be surprised if that voice led a revolution against the council one day, working towards a new government. Truthfully, Bravo would not mind seeing that. Life at the moment seemed too typical, after all. The good continued siding with the council, while the dark simply ran against it. The independent guilds just remained calm, and stayed neutral about this lifelong ordeal. This was all that seemed to occur nowadays, as far as Bravo was aware. Two individuals, however, seemed better than any of these three categories; Hana being one of them. Shu was the other. She was so youthful, and confident about any goals she may have, despite not having a place to stay on a daily basis, and short on anything to eat or drink. These two possessed personalities Bravo had never seen before, and hoped to see progress as days passed.
Bravo would not make a third experience like this, would he? To see another person- male or female- living a life that did not include having the typical evil-to-the-core personality or good-to-the-core, in that matter? Was the government responsible for all of this? Was the council the origin to all of these problems? As per usual, Bravo got himself distorted from reality, though soon after he recalled the nature of the Serene Cliffs, he returned to simply embracing the landscape for what it encouraged; relaxation. He sighed, tilting his head upwards now to observe the sky above. What exactly would come from this day that the council arranged for the poor young man?