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    Maybe its just faith [Gin]

    LeeAnn Nakamura
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    Post by LeeAnn Nakamura 28th September 2015, 9:05 am


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    The manor of the Nakamuras was standard for a rich person such as her uncle or two. She held the names of her mother with the 'Nakamuras'. She found it odd how her two uncles didn't share the same last name and they were suppose to be her full blooded uncles not half. It was weird how that came about to her. The land and the manor itself held of three floors. The first floor held the basics of kitchen, dining hall, training room, and library as well as other things. The second floor was full of bedrooms and bathrooms for everyone as well as the treasure room held off limits to everyone but her two uncles. The third floor was small but had a balcony to look oer the whole city of Magnolia and the town's guild in sight. The Cathedral was nearby, but LeeAnn stayed well away from churches. The third floor was more of a lounge area to relax and look at scenery. It had two rooms, one was full windows surrounding as you could see all of magnolia with lush carpeting and the second one was a quiet room with chairs, a fireplace, pool table, and a few other small things. LeeAnn loved it here. She was used to big mansions growing up since she was from a wealthy family at least on her mother's side. Her father wasn't. He just fed off of her mother's wealth. The Nakamuras were a proud family. Her Unckle Shun was the primary owner of the place and was the one who was suppose to take care of her. Recently, in her mother's will, she left all the wealth to her adn her brother. LeeAnn didn't want money, but her big brother by her side comforting her. She stood on the third floor with her other Uncle, Hinato. He was taller than most men and looked younger for his age. There was a trait in her two uncles that caused them to age slower or not at all. It was their magic. It was somehow related to LeeAnn's only hers was an illness. "Your Uncle Shun should come around with a special guest of some kind. He wants you to meet him and gain some sort of friendship or something. Doubt he will follow through, he never seems to take any responsibility seriously until he has to like when you came along a month ago. LeeAnn...are you alright" asked her Uncle Hinato. LeeAnn's eyes were darkened with sadness and anger. Ever since a few years back, she had never smiled. Not even once. Even if she did, it was only a mask. A gentle hand was put on her left shoulder by her Uncle Hinato.

    He could tell she was concealing her feelings too much and someone had to pry it out. Though, he had to let her be said my Kilia. It's best when she comes around on her own to pursue her own path. She was forced to join Fairy Tail. Hinato liked the guild very much and thought it was a good decision on their part to have her join that guild. They were very close and like family. It was a supplement that could create a new feeling in that sense. Hinato's long blue hair would go over his scar from the past battles with his brother. Shun pressed through the door disturbing the peace and quality time with her Uncle Hinato. They were the last family she knowingly had as far as she knew. Though there were Uncle Hinato's children that she hadn't met before actually. "Yo cherry, I need ya. The person I want you to meet is here. Come girl" he said improper of an Uncle. Hinato rolled his eyes and shook her head from side to side in disapproval. He crossed his arms and had a annoyed face as if this was no surprise at all. "Careless as ever. How could your mother leave you with someone like him out of all people in the world. The one with no children, still acts like an eighteen year old, and still doesn't have his act together. Ugh, I swear I wish agelessness would come with maturity sometimes. Let's go, LeeAnn. And please remember to put on your best behavior. I have no idea what Shun as in mind" he said.
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    Post by Gin Akiyama 29th September 2015, 12:38 pm

    Gin was a wanderer of sorts. He had a home, a guild and a companionship with those he called his friends. Despite having everything one would require he had an everlasting thirst to explore the world around him. Magnolia was perhaps the most famed city in all of Fiore due to its mass medial recognition of Fairy Tail, the guild of companionship and chaos. Gin was no fan of visiting the guild itself. His interests swayed him to the scenery and culture of the town. Every city and region carried their own customs and morals whether they aligned with his or not. Learning about other people's ways of life was a hobby to Gin, education himself as well as enjoying what the entire world fully had to offer. Passing through the city boundaries there was one distinctive feature he immediately noticed. The whole city radiated glee. The people were cheery and it was an exact utopia, at least from the surface view. Gin is a young, yet burly man due to his dedication to training through his teen years. At eighteen he stands at six feet, weighing in at one-hundred ninety pounds with a great portion of his body being composed of muscle. He reached the pinnacle of his status, broad shoulders and a solid bone structure, through nurturing of his childhood. His lightly tanned skin is complimented with shaggy, long black hair in a natural unkempt style. His raven black eyes are unique in their own regards, being far from the ordinary brown.

    From his feet he dons a pair of black leather boots which cuffs just below the knees, the top trimmed with white fur. His white pants extend to his ankles, the lower parts being covered by his footwear. His wears a blue top which covers his body in warmth and protection following its own unique styling format. A brown leather double-looped belt fastens around his weight for open carry of any weapon. Around his wrists he wears fingerless fur gauntlets with belted clasps to secure their place. He was unarmed, and uneducated with any arcane arts. His guild title is the only representation of his rank as a magician. Without it, he was like any other ordinary citizen. Although his sole purpose was exploration, there was a small favor asked of him. He received a message, an invitation to be exact, to a manor. Gin presumed it was a courtesy of the land's elite and didn't question it any further. To his knowledge there wasn't a reason to target him specifically. He was a family of himself, lived in a dorm and not even holding a reputation in his own guild. Gin may as well be a ghost.

    He followed the coordinates on the paper, memorizing the rest before stuffing the parchment in his back pocket. Weaving through the mildly busy streets he was led to a large manor lavished in a magnificent garden. His eyes widened before reaching back and rereading the address. "Well, this is the place." He murmured under a hushed breath to himself. Replacing the parchment he swallowed confidence and walked on the stone path which followed to the doors. At the doorstep he reached for the cast iron doorknocker and gave it a few light, but authoritative taps on the oak. The sound echoed the manor as he ran his fingers to fix whatever bits of his messy hair were out of place, making any last minute adjustments to ensure he gave a "good" first impression. What would come out the door would surprise him, nonetheless.
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    Post by LeeAnn Nakamura 29th September 2015, 6:05 pm

    Gently, Hinato guided his only niece down the crystal steps that lead to the second floor. It was separate from the other case of stairs leading to the first floor. The riches of the Nakamuras were precocious and practically irreplaceable. The mansion itself was older than most buildings here since her mother grew up in this place as a kid being apart of Fairy Tail. Her grand father was from Blue Pegasus as her mother was apart of the Fairy Tail guild. In both guilds, the Nakamura name was quite rich with history and attention, something LeeAnn wasn't used to and hated. She never liked being the center of attention. Shun was oblvious to his niece's feelings unlike Hinato, who had children and knew the signs. They paused as in the hallway seeing her Uncle Shun fade away from their sight. Hinato was tall and had broad shoulders much like her muscular body. She took after the male side of the Nakamura family. "Something wrong, LeeAnn?" he asked. He shrunk to her height. He was taller than most men standing about seven foot tall. The redhead shook her head from side-to-side pretending nothing was wrong. Her uncle could see through that disguise of hers something was definately bothering her. Eating her alive for years. Hinato knew it would take time to pry it out of her since he had four children of his own and one full grown. The white bandages that wrapped around her right half of her face to her neck and full right arm. Through her suit of armor protected that area from being seen but only showing her face.

    "You sure? You haven't spoken a word in three days. You're usually a bit more opininated than this" he said. He was wanting to give another try to show her he cared for his only niece. The redhead just looked down and shook her head once more then walked passed her uncle to the first floor. There stood a man slightly younger looking and seemed to not care about anything. Shun stood proudly like he own the whole world in his palms. He held a bottle of wine like always in his hands taking a sip before he spoke. His hair was a mess as well as his clothes. Clearly, he was drunk. "Thanks for coming Gin on such short notice. I knew you're parents quite well. I'm Shunand this is my brother, Hinato, and our hot, niece LeeAnn Nakamura. I was wondering you and LeeAnn could get antiquated and everything since you are the same age" he smiled. LeeAnn gave a look of annoyance and looked at her Uncle Hinato expecting him to say something. Hinato pinched the bridge of his nose as seeing how informal he was and lack of knowledge on his niece's age. "Uncle Shun is so dense" she whispered to Hinato. Only a nod came from him. Shun was flying by the seat of his pants making everything confusing as he motioned them to follow him for a feast. He was extremely clueless and it was up to Hinato to clean things up. "I'm sorry from my brother's really rude introduction. What he was trying to say is, welcome. We invited you here for a few reasons as one of them is to get to know my niece, but we have a few things you're parent's left us to give to you" he finished. Since they're families were so close, they had a few things that were the boy's parents. He felt it was right to give it to him rightfully. LeeAnn stood a good distance away from the guy being wary about him. After countless encounters, she didn't trust humans that much especially males outside of the home.
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    Post by Gin Akiyama 30th September 2015, 8:41 am

    It didn't take too long, especially in a manor of the caliber they lived in, to answer the door. From the outside Gin could hear a small exchange of words as the persons gradually recalled to Gin's presence. He waited patiently as the door began to creek open, the entire building being well-aged. At the gate stood a beast, or was it man? Gin was above the average male height, however what stood before him made the boy feel greatly inferior. That fact that Gin had to lift his chin to look directly in his eyes was insulting enough. His appearance was unkempt and he gave off a strong smell of expensive wine. Gin was young and tried to stay away from alcohol, but clearly he could tell this man was hammered. His introduction was blunt, and despite its degree of astonishment, Gin did not yield any expression. What stood before him was a man named Shun who apparently had some ties with Gin's parents. Gin was too young to remember any of them, or their whereabouts. It was a thought he tried not to put too much attention on. He introduced his brother, Hinato, and grossly his niece, LeeAnn. The redhead seemed rather irritated and glared at her relatives. Shun suggested they got to know each other for whatever reason they may. All in all, Gin was dumbfounded with the whole introduction and situation before him, but for now, he'll play it cool. "Uhh, right..." His voice suggested his was somewhat uncomfortable.

    All oddities aside he was gestured to come in which was when he could truly appreciate the manor's interior. Stepping in the smell of fine, mature timber roamed the air; it was liking stepping into art. He paced along Hinato's side who seemed to be like the only sober male besides himself to be in the room. "Wait, so you guys knew my parents? And how did you know where to find me?" There were several questions that Gin needed answered. It wasn't common someone acknowledged him, and the fact that they knew his own parents better than he did was intriguing nonetheless. The smell of great food lingered the air as the neared deeper into the manor. Gin had to admit he was still quite hungry. Aside from a light breakfast and a snack he hadn't had much in his system. His right hand faintly clenched his upper abdomen as a small, subtle grow came from his stomach.
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    Post by LeeAnn Nakamura 30th September 2015, 3:32 pm

    Hinato noticed the boy was confused as he was about this whole situation. The first question he could answer no problem. When it came to the second answer, he was confused as where his brother could find the information from. He could only come to a conclusion that he stalked the poor boy. A scratched from the head was the only answer. Hinato found this to be extremely creepy of his brother to do and knew it was extremely far-fetched for him to do. In the past, Shun had always been unpredictable and odd, but his was one of those times he couldn't define exactly what his brother was doing. LeeAnn on he other hand tuned everything out still bothered by her uncle's image making her look bad and most of all her mother and Uncle Hinato. "I do know that years back your parents and us were in the same guild for quite sometime. Though, how my brother gotten your information...I do not know. He is very um...." said Hinato. he lingered on a few thoughts trying to find the exact words to explain him. LeeAnn's mind turned out automatically and heard what her Uncle had said. With a blank, she was serious and show little emotion showing how confident she was and strong. "Stupid, unpredictable, inmature, and extremely dense" she mentioned to an attempt to finished his sentence.

    Hinato was caught off guard by how blunt she was and honest. He felt a uncomfortable sigh coming from his mouth, even though he had children LeeAnn was far from any sort of challenge he ever faced. The boy in LeeAnn's opinion was ratherly mature and silent type, the type of people she liked, but she knew not to trust anyone but herself and her family (Shun was a different story). Leeann adjusted her armor to a comfortable fitting as she took a few steps back showing how shy and wary she was around people. It wasn't straight forward to the naked eye, but if you could study she wasn't nessicarly the most socialable person. The food smelled nice, but Leeann wasn't hungry. She ate like a bird and would nibble on little things such as crackers or snack foods because she was always upset with herself and nervous. Rarely, did she eat a full meal. "I'm sorry for my Uncle, we normally have to babysit him. Not like we have any other duties to fulfill. Why me out of all people" she said outloud as they walked to the dining hall. The last part was whispered to herself quite annoyed with everything going on.
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    Post by Gin Akiyama 1st October 2015, 8:52 am

    As a first impression the family gave off a very odd relationship towards each other. Hinato seemed like the only normal one under the roof. Shun was a drunken loser and LeeAnn was an insecure, malaise adolescent girl. Gin had no idea his parents were related to such a fruitful bunch, but obviously they wanted something from him. They answered his question, for the most part. It wasn't to his knowledge that Fairy Tail was his parent's original guild, but everything before and after that would be a blur to both parties. Oddly enough, the mentioning of Shun triggered a response from the redhead. She described him in every negative way possible, her words even getting under Gin's skin. He gave an annoyed look at the disrespect LeeAnn gave to her uncle. Although he wasn't arrogant enough to expect respect from his hosts and hostess, he at least wanted out of the family drama. As they neared their way to the dining room he began to see some of the table setup through a partially open door. There were candles and a fireplace as a light source which gave the mahogany and oak pieces a dim glow of their natural brow and red. Meats, prepared vegetables, breads, cheeses, drinks, pastas, rice, fruit and sweets filled the table to a brim, all accompanied with silverware and dishes. The value of the silver and provisions were both a mouth-watering experience.

    Gin sat himself down after the others did ensuring it was okay to do so. It was always awkward visiting a friend's house on the first day, but a stranger's is everything more nerve wracking. "I'm sure Shun is a good guy, just with some demons of his own." Gin said with a light heart trying to remain on the good side of the boys. "Everyone has their own." He made the remark passing a sideways glance over to LeeAnn snidely direction his statement towards her, who for the most part only had negativity and silence to offer. Gin could only assume she was moody for a reason. With a nod of approval from Hinato and Shun before touching the feast Gin reached out and grabbed the most appealing item on the menu which was conveniently the closest towards him. A slice of ham, turkey and prime rib all laid upon each other on the corner of his silver dish. He scooped a pile of cranberry almond green beans in its separate pile with a glob of mashed potatoes filling the rest of the plate. At the center sat a freshly baked roll.

    An unnamed servant came by and poured two cups, one with water and another with expensive wine, it's fragrance similar to that coming off of Shun's breath. Gin slid the wine goblet off to the side uninterested in the alcohol and pulled the glass of water closer to his plate. He grabbed a two-pronged fork meant for serving cheeses and used it for its exact purpose. Picking up a cube of a creamy white cheese from the platter he pulled it off using his teeth and began chewing. It was flavorful and satisfying to his empty stomach. It stopped the hunger pains and allowed him to think a lot more clearly. "So what is this all about? You mentioned there's something you wanted to give me from my parents?" Although he didn't know them for long, Gin was strongly family-oriented and didn't let anything get in the way of it. He had extreme loyalty for his parents, and if they wanted to give him an heir loom or relic, he would protect and cherish it.
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    Post by LeeAnn Nakamura 1st October 2015, 9:47 pm

    LeeAnn kept quiet as she ate very little in spite of being in present of her uncles. She looked down at her plate full of food the butler had prepared for her. But her taste buds didn't tingle this time when she fed a mouthful of mashed potataos. LeeAnn played with her peas as everyone either stuffed their faces or talked. She had her head leaning against her hand moving a spare pea side to side. Her Uncles didn't pay much mind to her since she was always so quiet especially the last week or two. Hinato finished and looked at Shun with a raised eyebrow. "Oh we have stuff to give you that you're parents wanted us to give you when you were of age or something" he said. He finished his wine as LeeAnn got up and without a word walked out of the room unnoticed to go outside to clear her mind. Hinato thought for a few moments about what they had left their son.

    He tapped his chin and snapped his fingers. "They left you a small chest of things. I have no idea what it is and never bothered with it since its none of my business, but they told us to give it to you when you were of age" he said. Leeann's chair was empty and plate barely touched with food. Outside in the yard, she was in a private part of the garden where no one ever goes off to. Her armor was off as plates of steal was on the ground. Underneath her armor was a black tight shirt showing her muscles. LeeAnn took that off showing a white tank top and bandages from her right side of her face to her neck and down her full right arm and hand. Slowly, she grabbed her shoulder and winced in pain slowly lying her back against the wall breathing staggered and holding back from screaming. "Kid, you need to calm down and control your dark emotions or else it will continue" echoed Concord in her head. LeeAnn gritted her teeth and hated how she was being told somethign she already new about. "You think I don't know that you dumbass? Let...me...be you...overgrown....manging...mutt" she whisepered in a hiss. Lee reached into her side pocket pulling out a small tube of medical lotion that suprisingly soothed the pain just a bit. Taking off her bandages, she slowly took it off to prevent any more pain. Touching the infected area was only going to make it worse since it was extremely sensitive. She applied the lotion on gently as it stung just a bit nad then soothed itself just a tad it. A sigh of releif then she heard footsteps towards her and making her tense. If anyone saw her deformation she would be devistated. LeeAnn quickly grabbed her bandages and dashed away from the spot to somewhere safe to hide.
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    Post by Gin Akiyama 3rd October 2015, 9:35 am

    Everything was pleasant but the girl in the room. Gin was mostly neutral and didn't have any personal bias when it came to judging people. LeeAnn constantly gave off a negative attitude which he could easily point out, yet kept it to himself. Shun and Hinato were descent guys looking after the moody girl, so Gin had some respect towards the for taking on such a task. He nodded while taking a dram of water as he listened to Shun explain his parent's gift. From the most secluded end of the table, LeeAnn pushed herself up from the chair and became making her way out of the dining room. Gin was the only one who noticed it, the girl being at the end of his peripheral vision. The man mentioned a small chest of goodies which belonged to him, the actual content unknown due to the respect of the families. Shun and Hinato continued to converse, the exact details of their conversation unknown as Gin had his head turned facing the outdoors. Their niece was an odd person. He observed her strip out of her armor in the garden. She led off further out of view leaving a trail of steel plates. Taking a sideways glance at the hosts they were too absorbed in each other to mind either of their absences. Despite his size he was quite experienced in guile, slithering out of their sights without a second thought.

    Outside into the garden he kept partially bent and his guard up. Although he wasn't in hostile territory, LeeAnn looked like the type of kid who wouldn't hesitate causing conflict. That's the last thing he needed. Taking cover behind a rose bush he watched Lee. All armor was removed leaving a tight black shirt which greatly enhanced the woman's figure. Despite it being out of his nature Gin's eyes scanned every detail of her flawless body making him feel self-conscious about his own. Her muscle definition, gentle ab work, cured hair and great composition. Even if he tried he couldn't find any flaw in her as a whole. But what was this? She began removing her shirt, which later revealed to her having a white tank top. He was more confused than aroused to what caused her to leave the dinner unattended or disputed to head out to the gardens and strip. She staggered in pain, clenching her shoulder which was wrapped in white bandages. It all made sense then.

    Straightening his posture he cautioned his approach before stopping in his tracks. Underneath her breath LeeAnn hushed a few curse words with venom and spite in her tone. His eyes narrowed in questionable confusion. "What the Hell is going on..." He hushed under his own breath She pulled out a small bottle of cream and rubbed the ointment inside the bandages. They loosened revealing a gnarly discoloration. It was far different than any burn he knew of. It was something manifesting inside of her. It was alive. A slight pivot of his foot churning the grass beneath it alarmed the girl, LeeAnn taking a quick glance to his general direction before darting off. Taking on last glance at the door he ran off from his cover and trailed LeeAnn. She was much faster than him, darting off like an animal even from his own speed. He slowed down into a trot before eventually ending his pursuit. The redhead was one serious athlete. Kneeling over he appraised her tracks. Being fresh and having a general direction of her whereabouts he didn't have much trouble seeking her out.

    It wasn't long until Gin found her sanctuary. The garden was large taking Gin to a woodland area where eccentric trees were grown. He found LeeAnn there partially out of breath from the sprint. In the end, it was useless. "Hey, what was that all about?" It was the best question he could force to justify his nosiness. Clearly he had witnesses the deformity. Shun did want Gin to get to know his "hot niece", so he found this situation the most sound opportunity.
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    Post by LeeAnn Nakamura 3rd October 2015, 3:46 pm

    LeeAnn thought she had escaped the person behind her and sighed in relief. The marking was growing worse in pain as she was trying to control her emotions. She missed her mother and older brother most of all since it had been a long time since she had really ever seen any of them. The garden was her safe place and was a happy place for her surrounded by nature and flawless scenery, but that was all disturbed hearing the same footsteps as before. Thinking it was some intruder, she protectively stood up weakly with a bit of sudden strength she had. The source of the footsteps were to be believe from the guest her uncle had invited. A bad taste was in her mouth as he asked what this was all about. Hostilely, she had he sword sheathed in its case around her waist line with her blue skirt. She grabed the silver handle enligned with beautiful and flawless artwork of dragons and fairies. A glint in her eyes shown as a warning sign to get out or else she would strike. "Get out of here! NOW" she ordered. She swung her sword to his necks stopped just by a hair in front of it. While doing so, she knocked him over off his feet since he would be caught by surprise. He would lie on the ground as she agressively sat on him pinning him down to the around mostly leaning to her left side because of her pain. "Why did you follow me here?! I order you now to tell me or else... she ordered. Her body temperature enhanced in to a burning state slowly torturing him.

    After a few minute, a shock of pain caused her to stop and get off him. She clenched her shoulder as it pulsed slowly feeding off the negative emotion she was going through. The lonilessness, anger, hatred, and much much more were built up beneath that aggressive cover to prevent her from crying. It did that trick most of hte time and was the only way to escape those emotions was through anger and agression. Its all she knew her whole life of torture and loss. She bit her lip to prevent a scream from coming out. The mark began to glow and spark a bit showing the pain was activating. LeeAnn began to cough and wheeze slowly getting deeper and deeper into the coughs sounding painful. All over her white tank top were bloodstain that came up from the coughs. She hated her clothes to look like this. Without hesitation, she took off her tank top showing a sports bra underneath. Weakly she wheezed while holding her stomach feeling sick. "Not again" she managed to say. All the emotions she was feeling were now taking a toll once more and this time she had an audience.
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    Post by Gin Akiyama 3rd October 2015, 4:48 pm

    His tracking led him to LeeAnn's location in a small orchard owned by the residence he still does not know the official name of. She was exhausted, mentally and physically, telling by her stance she took. Her back was hunched as she gasped for air, from a corner view he could see the dazed look in her eyes. Something was destroying her spirit, but he didn't know what. Gin crept closer to examine her in detail much like approaching a wild predator, trying not to alarm it. Within perfect striking distance LeeAnn began to notice Gin's presence. Her eyes pierced his own soul filling it with fear and anger. He stopped in his tracks not daring to step closer. The redhead roared at the top of her lungs to tell him to leave. From her hip she drew a sword made of exquisite steel and held it inches from his neck due to Gin's natural instinct to retract from its dangers. Both of his hands rose in plain view, empty, as a international symbol as surrender. Gin was absolutely defenseless aside from his athletic physique and modern understanding of basic martial arts. That advantage could only take him so far in a sword fight, or even magic. It was in the best interest that he tried not to cause any more harm than done.

    "Take it easy, I ju-" Having his thought cut off he felt a tremendous force take his legs as Lee disappeared in a blur. He felt his world flip upside down while slamming against the earth, making sure to exhale to prevent being winded. Before he could even see straight there was heavy pressure on his abdomen, a cushion-like crushing feel. He coughed with the introduction of the woman on his belly. Unaware of its actual purpose, it did keep him from mobilizing anywhere else. She wanted an explanation and there was no telling what would happen if he failed to play along. As much as he wanted to, he laid there in a daze. The woman radiated such great head, her thighs clenching his sides and buttock close to his pelvis. Despite the experience being incredible painful, especially as the heat continued to climb, he truly understand what Shun meant by "hot niece."

    She was animalistic by nature, which explained her physical aggression, instinct and powerful will. Something else caught Gin's attention more than the fresh redhead on his lap. The growth began pulsating as he felt her weight ease up on his body. She naturally rolled off of him, which the moment she did, Gin immediately scurried back clearing a reasonable gap between the two before turning on his front and pushing himself on both feet. There was a slight limp when doing this as the pain in his right leg began to act up all due to LeeAnn's assault. Gin couldn't hold a grudge due to the circumstances she was going through. The way she was biting her lip, holding back every ounce of pain not already visible, something was extremely wrong. He took a partial limp closer to the girl out of pure humanity.

    The growth began evolving as it began much more alive. It was definitely not a natural occurrence caused by magic or physical harm. It was like a parasite living inside of her. Deep, drowned coughs followed by splatters of blood exiting her mouth triggered a fight or flight response. Despite only knowing her for almost an hour now, their interactions being not so pleasant either, Gin couldn't help but see something suffer so immensely. It wasn't in his nature, or anything's nature, to witness the slow torture of another living thing. "By all means Holy, what the Hell is wrong with you?" Lee forced a few words which could help ease up on Gin's alert. She has obviously been through this before at some point in her life. The blood stained her white shirt, the woman finding it only necessary to remove it leaving only a bra as the last bit of clothing. A slight hue of pink lit up his cheeks along with a feeling of discomfort.

    Mentally he steered his mind from his perversion and rushed over to the girl putting an arm along her back and wrapping gently around her hip. "Please just try and relax, I'll do whatever I can to find you help." He said warmly and reassuringly. The best he could do was comfort her until being told what could actually help treat the illness at hand. It was terrifying to see such bloodshed happen in person to someone acquainted with. He hoped everything will end up fine for the both of them.

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    Post by LeeAnn Nakamura 3rd October 2015, 9:40 pm

    Obviously, he wasn't going to fight back as to be expected for LeeAnn. There was no running away from the situation since the requirements have been laid of the current problem. The redhead breathed heavily from coughing. The pain lingered always for her, sometimes it was faint as other times it was nearly unbearable. It was hard for her to even breath as she her shoulders heaved heavily and slowly from the pain. The coughs continued so did the pain. The red hair really had shown in the right light. "Relax? I never can relax. I ahve been dealing with my whole life. I do not need sympathy" she growled. A sharp pain came into her stomach causing her to hold it as a scream came out in the heat of her anger peaking. Her hands shook as so did her lips, there was no relief from this as she always had to deal with this everyday. It wasn't anything new, just annoying. Tears formed into her eyes streaming down as she couldn't hide it anymore from constant pain. Small grunts and cries came from her lips as she whispered it to stop and for her big brother were here. "Oh shit..." she cried as held her stomach and ran to the bushes. She was tossing her cookies of what she had ate earlier and a few minutes back of her meal. This is the reason why she was so thin. She appeared healthy, but really she was sick. Very sick. There was no cure.

    After the sounds had, stopped she lied there making sure anything else was coming up. Luckily, that had stopped, but it was all over her skirt. Her poor clothes were soaked in body fluids and gross icky things that should not be mentioned. She stripped down into her now panties without thinking that there was any guy around. She was more focused on the pain as she limped back to her seat next to Gin. She buried her face into her hands taking a deep and painful breath. Usually around people she was hostile and agressive towards them. Something came over her just for this one. Gin seemed nice as she allowed herself to come to a calm state putting her guard down. She sat on his lap facing him only in her bra and panties not really having any intention to do anything else, but needing some comfort. She clung to him showing how insecure she was and scared. Her pelvis was close to his only leaving a thing barrier left for protection. The pain kept on lingering making her shake from the amount of pain. "There is no cure for this. People have seen me as a sin for this as a demon, but really I am terribly ill. It may not seem like it, but really it I am very ill. Why does no one understand this" she said. She could feel her heart racing and shaking as her mind was somewhere else thinking about why the world rejected her. LeeAnn snuggled into his jacket and listened to his heart beat. It was a way for her to calm down. Her brother used this method a lot when she was younger.
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    Post by Gin Akiyama 4th October 2015, 9:11 pm

    LeeAnn, despite only knowing her for almost an hour, has shown Gin a taste of how torturous her life has been. From a third-person perspective he could only cringe and imagine the pain the redhead was going through. She was tough and well-conditioned, without a doubt, as she displayed numerous times being above Gin's own physical ability. The illness incapacitated the girl as it slowly drained the life she had. There was a sudden shift in her composure before she escaped from his embrace and into the bushes with dashing speed. There were obvious signs of puking and grunts of displeasure. It was scary witnessing all of this. The whereabouts of Lee's Uncles were unknown, but Gin felt as if he could really use them at this moment. From the foliage she limped, down to her bare essentials as a woman. It hardly occurred to Gin that she lost her skirt in the process. When he would, he did not want to bother bringing it up. LeeAnn collapsed next to Gin, the smell of stomach acid and blood easier wafting off her breath as she heaved for air. He was frozen in fear, his heart racing without any hint how to cure such a bizarre illness. He could only continuously convince himself it was apart of her day to day routine, and everything would be alright.

    His eyes zoned out on the ground with both sitting in silence. To his surprise he felt the girl's arm wrap around his shoulder. His attention veered off to LeeAnn as he gave an expression of amusement. With the little strength she had, LeeAnn comforted herself on his lap as she forced herself onto him like a child. It was very shocking to see her move onto him like that, but he couldn't resist seeing the magnificent woman on his body. It was the closest he's been to a real girl, and she was almost naked at that. Gin got to not only see every fine detail, but feel. Her skin was smooth, flesh supple and demanding respect. Her thighs fixed astride his waist as they clench with some authority. Her arms were smooth on sight yet showed their true power as they flexed. Her fair skin was beautiful, stomach flat with minor ab work and chest large. Her bangs rested down upon her face as she was physically and mentally defeated.

    The exhausted woman leaned in and buried her face into his chest. Somehow, there was peace in there. Although she wanted to act intimidating, Gin couldn't help but show her pity. Putting his arms around her he pulled the redhead closer and gave her his body warmth. A single hand stroked her red locks to try his best to relax her. "Look..." He sighed. "I understand you want respect and you're insecure about everything but whatever this is, is something I won't hold against you." His words were soft and weren't expecting a response. For now he just wanted her to calm down. "If you don't mind, what is this illness exactly? How do you treat it?" Slowly, as they sat there with their hearts beating against one another, he began to understand LeeAnn's distress.
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    Post by LeeAnn Nakamura 5th October 2015, 7:01 am

    LeeAnn wanted to sit there in peace forever just like how her and her big brother used to when they were kids. She missed her older brother so much. Her red hair was being brush by Gin just like how her big brother used to. It was a nice feeling to have again. It was so relaxing she was practically falling asleep to it. It was that powerful. Sleep sounded good to her to escape from this pain. She knew that Gin saw everything and found it gross. To her, it was a common sight. "If you were me, you be insecure. Nobody to turn to. Nobody you can trust without being called a sin and holy water thrown at you. I....was sold to a church by my step-father and there...I was tortured making my illness worse. You see why I am they way I am" she said. There was so much hatred towards that man that she even killed him. The fact her big brother and only loving mother were taken away and stripped from her life that she took his to pay for it. It was the only time she would ever kill something. It wasn't easy for the mage, but she did it and admitted it.

    "There is no cure. This illness is a plague, no human being has ever had it before. So this is all new to society. Its called Parastic Plague, it drains the vitim of energy when they feel negative emotion or sense dark aura. Remedies...I dont know" she said. LeeAnn felt her chest tug at her to cry again, but she held and concealed her energy to not cry again. Concord enforced her to cry by control her body as tears came down her cheeks as her stomach hurt more. "Its always something with my body, isnt it? Whats your name by the way" she whispered trying to be a little friendly. His body warmth was comforting considering it was in the middle of fall and she was almost naked and freezing.
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    Post by Gin Akiyama 6th October 2015, 9:28 am

    Lee was temporary in her peace due to the comfort Gin could provide through basic bonding. He held her close, linking their bodies and kept a steady pace when stroking her hair. It worked well as the woman's weight began falling on him and her body becoming less tense. Her heart rate lowered and seemed to have settled. He took mental note of this and was glad he found some way to cater to her needs. Everything was fine to Gin until he heard the horrors she went through as a child. Although what she said was vague he could grasp a general idea, or assumption of what had happened to her. The church fanatics saw her as a demon and done whatever twisted methods to her as they could. He wasn't there and couldn't relate entirely but just the thoughts of it boiled his blood. Bringing up her past again wouldn't be the best method to take, but he wanted to know more. He held LeeAnn close, but deep within him he was seething. Sold? And then tortured? No wonder she's the way she is. He wanted to exact revenge on those who caused her trouble and mentally screwed up the poor girl. Memories like those last forever and as a person she deserves much more than what she had.

    The illness was in fact a curse as he presumed. It was simply too unnatural and evil to be a standard virus. From what she had gathered, the plague fed off negativity and anger. Those two emotions are inevitable and complete human nature. Unless she was a pacifist there would be difficulty when coping with those emotions. There was so much he wanted to know and help with, but at this moment and time it was best to just leave it how it was and focus on making everything better. From her eyes they began to well up with tears before streaming down her cheeks uncontrollably. She wasn't sobbing, but crying was almost necessary. Her abdomen clenched showing pain. LeeAnn was beginning to hate herself after sharing what was wrong which inevitably triggered her plague.

    "Gin Akiyama." His fingertips dug under her hair and massaged her scalp gently. "I'm actually quite far from home. I was visiting this land before coming across Magnolia. There a messenger caught me a few hours in with an invitation to your Uncle's house, so here I am. I'm still a bit curious how they found me and knew about my personal life considering my parents weren't around for long." He broke in silence not wanting to talk her ear off. It didn't take him long to realize they were bonding a bit personally. It was awkward considering they just met. Sliding his fingers out of her hair in one last stroke her reclined using his arms to support his body and stared up towards the sky through the foliage. It was a beautiful day.
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    Post by LeeAnn Nakamura 6th October 2015, 8:24 pm

    The stroking of her hair felt nice and soothing as her mood. As her cheeks blushed a little with a huge smile on her lips, just a small one. Gin was a calm guy that had the right touch to reach through LeeAnn's shell and touch her emotionally. When someone did that, they had gained her trust. LeeAnn got really close to Gin and she buried her face even more into his coat as she purred happily. Forcefully she took his coat without asking, it was apart of her bold personality and used it a as blanket as the laid back into the grass. She gripped Gin's shirt feeling secure like she did with her brother. "For some reason...you smell like my mother...and my brother....your jacket...reminds me of...Kai" she said. She nuzzled into his jacket more.

    Cutely, she covered herself under his jacket and clung to Gin like she had known him for her whole life. It was for security reasons. Kai. This is what reminded her of big brother. For some reason, she looked up at Gin as her cheeks blushed a little. Boldy she asked him. "Have you ever kissed a girl before?" she asked. It was a random question, but she was curious in how to kiss someone. From the looks of it, he really hadn't. Leeann had on his coat around her shoulders as she sat up. Slowly, she leaned closer until their noses touched as they could feel each others breath. The red head secretly hid her true feelings but was bold when she wanted something. The back of her hand brushed his cheek. Slowly closing her eyes and tilting her head. She had her lips touch his in a smooth motion as she slid her hands down his arms gently sending chills. While doing so, her cheeks gave a light pink hue and touch to them. "You are a great kisser. Best yet. I...um....just wanted to experiment? Yeah experiment" she smiled innocently. Her face turned red like her hair only cherry. Her Uncle Sinbad came into and saw everything.

    "What a brave man you are, Gin. I knew you two would hit it off like that. Here" he said as he tossed a small item to him. LeeAnn saw that her uncle held her armor. He smiled with that glint in her eye. She knew it and face turned even more red. "Now just make sure you leave each other clean and protected we do not want my niece pregnant" smiled Sinbad. LeeAnn's eyes turned sharp and she shot a small ember to get her Uncle's clothes on fire. "You have to ruin every moment in my life! We are NOT having sex!!! I just....happened to...um..." she said lost at word. She pursed her lips together and knew she was moving things fast as she grabbed her armor and turned her back from Gin. "Uh....sorry...I will umm....leave you alone" she said.
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    Post by Gin Akiyama 9th October 2015, 11:56 pm

    Gin began to relax as LeeAnn did, the situation dying down and the woman soothing to the warmth and comfort provided by Gin. He was somewhat proud of his work once he began to realize his body alone could stop a girl from vomiting blood. It was all an interesting experience to be apart of and it was certainly a memory to keep in mind for future reference if the bridge were to be crossed again. He felt her pressure into his armpit using it as a form of comfort. It was cute before she worked his sweater off and took it for herself. Gin didn't mind the weather and certainly it could do some greater good in the possession of the half-naked redhead. It was hard to remember she was once armor-clad and proud. He turned and watched her bundle up in the coat with a dim smile on her face. It warmed his heart and brought him peace. Seeing such a beat and troubled woman find tranquility in these times was endearing, especially since it was provoked by him. She kept it pressed against her body before climbing back onto Gin. Her eyes looked directly into his before asking a question which choked his last breath. It wasn't hard to tell where this was going, and Gin was far from prepared to doing this with the hot-headed woman he met nearly an hour ago.

    His breathing was stagnant as his jaw dropped, the girl literally inches away from his lips. She was all for the experience and there was literally no way to stop her. Her lips grazed his, sliding past each other as he naturally went and played with the motion, massaging hers with his. It was a euphoric experience and sharing it with her increased his empathy for her tenfold. It was like they truly shared their mind and soul when connecting their bodies as such. Her fingertips dragged down his bare arms giving the chills. She was magnificent when it came to showing appreciation through romance. His breath staggered when they finished, his world seemingly stopped for that one moment. It helped him remain cool, though deep inside he was exclaiming in happiness.

    From the far end of the orchard Gin heard rustling in the bushes. Shun, one of her guardians, entered as if he was new the the situation. His compliment made Gin feel very uncomfortable now that he was in the eyes of her "parents." He carried her armor and the rest of her clothing she stripped off when she was having her episode. Landing on the ground besides him and LeeAnn was a contraceptive wrapped in a small, individual package. As if it couldn't get worse, her Uncle actually approved of it and took the further step to rush their relationship. Gin had absolutely no way to react to what was happening before him and relied on LeeAnn to give some remark about it, and sure enough she did. It didn't last long until the cat caught her tongue too. She climbed off his lap and stormed off to grab her belongings before making one final apology and departing from the area.

    Pushing himself off the ground he didn't give the condom a second look and making an extra effort when trying to get his other leg to work properly. "She certainly packs a punch..." He mumbled to himself while not trying to give Shun a drift of his vocabulary. "So, there was a gift or box my parents wanted to give to me?" Gin said in his best efforts to steer the topic elsewhere and solve what he was initially invited to in the first place. He could say the least him and Shun's niece are already well-acquainted by now.
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    Post by LeeAnn Nakamura 10th October 2015, 7:46 pm

    LeeAnn's heart pounded after she had left. It was clear she like him already after only one and a half hours of knowing the guy. The redhead's mind wandered as she disappeared from sight. Afterwards, she twirled around and squealed like a fangirls still wearing Gin's jacket. She then fell into a pile of leaves and had a smile that Concord had not seen for years. He summoned himself and settled down in the leaves. "I have never seen that smile on you in years. What's on your mind, Lee" asked Concord. LeeAnn eyes gleamed in awe as she felt her heart in just at the thought of Gin. She held his jacket closer to her body and smelled it. It smelled just like him. "I...think I like the guy. He's perfect and oh my god he is such a good kisser. I actually feel happy...for once in my life" she smiled then giggled. Concord smiled from cheek to cheek. A happy Lee was the best Lee.

    Meanwhile, Shun's face grew serious. "Yes, here's the chest" he said. The snap of his fingers two men brought it over as they were panting from how heavy it was. Dust covered it. Shun have a small envelope to Gin with his name on it and from his parents. LeeAnn was motion to her uncle's side and was given an envelope with her name on it from her own mother. "These are from your parents given to me to give to you two in case they ever passed away. Odd enough they wanted you both present opening it at the same time" he said. He knew his sister would only do things for a certain reason as he had a pretty good idea what was coming up. Concord appeared as LeeAnn blushed looking at Gin. She opened the envelope carefully and opened up the letter. While reading it, she read she was going to get an arranged marriage mby it never said who with. LeeAnn's eyes wide as she felt light headed and fainted. Her unconious body lied on the groin as a few minutes passed by, she reread the paper and her face blushed bright red. "I...the...m-m-m-arried b-by my tw-twenty birthday? T-That's I-in two week...make that three? T-To Gin" as her face grew bright bright red almost steaming with flush emotion. Her heart pounded not knowing how to take this. As a part of her was extremely happy as another part was really scared.
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    Post by Gin Akiyama 12th October 2015, 3:06 pm

    Lee departed as Gin didn't take his eyes off her. His first kiss with such a hot slice. The movement of her body, her thighs specifically, as they distanced them from him was mesmerizing. He quickly snapped back into reality when Shun was ready to speak. Gin settled back into a business setting, as that was the main reason he came there in the first place. The surprise invitation came to for the very purpose of discussing the will his parents set back. He approached Shun after patting himself off. His leg recovered quickly, though the faint ache in his step warmed him of a welt to come in the future. Oddly he found it attractive that a woman such as her could be so blunt and headstrong about her thoughts and actions. He stood a short distance from Shun was the man summoned two men carrying a small chest, which despite its size, was constructed of mainly iron. "Must be something valuable." He pondered to himself. He wasn't truly excited if it was money. Jewels only went so far in a good life. What was inside, he would be grateful whatever his parents bestowed upon him. A cast iron key was given to Gin in order to breech the lock. Planting on one knee he buried the key in the lock and gave it a twist giving a large clank.

    Lifting the top part open with some physical effort there he saw a single amulet. The coin was made of pure green jade with a symbol branded on the front he couldn't interpret. A golden chain ran through the uppermost allowing it to be worn around the neck. He looked dully at the prize keeping a serious demeanor through the entire time. As an open hand crept towards the jewelry he stopped noticing a small spark come from the pendant. "What the Hell?" He muttered under his breath. With a bit of courage he reached out and grabbed the stone with a light grip between his index finger and thumb. From there a load of energy surged through his arm and spread out to his body. It gave him goosebumps and ultimately, he felt "charged."

    Gin put his head through the chain and wore it how it was meant to be. "It's a fancy piece, I'll give them that." His attention was caught elsewhere as Shun offered the second part of his gift, an envelope. After knowing his parents did in fact pass away, he couldn't force any emotions about it. They were absent his entire life and frankly, there were no emotions developed. Using his thumb he jimmied the envelope open trying not to entirely destroy the content. His eyes scanned the details carefully, eyes sharpening as ventured deeper in the context. Suddenly, there was a hot flash. Their reading paces weren't too far apart, LeeAnn falling unconscious on the ground next to him.

    "What the Hell is this?" He said with a slight stutter of confusion in his voice. "Why do they want me to marry her?" He was sweating uncontrollably. Marriage was the last thing on his mind, or relationships for that matter. Only after meeting LeeAnn today he wasn't completely comfortable with the idea of even dating. "Please tell me this isn't their true will? What is the purpose of this?" He was boiling for answers more than ever, and was willing to get physical for them. His was furious as clearly shown by the way her tightly gripped his paper. What LeeAnn was feeling was completely different than his own emotions. This was bad all around.
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    Post by LeeAnn Nakamura 12th October 2015, 4:14 pm

    Shun wasn't phased emotionally or physically as he remained a straight face through out. "I assumed your parents and Leeann mother arranged this before hand and thought you two would already know each other, but as things turned out it wasn't that. They wanted me to tell you this. My sister wouldn't do things like this unless she was 100% sure. Whether or not, if this is what your parents wish I then fulfill it, whether the marraige would be now or later I can change" he said. LeeAnn's face was literally steaming as she continued to stare at the paper. Shaking with nerves and shock, she couldn't take her eyes off. "If I were you, I would think about it. Get to know her. Really she's just a soft person with an armored shell and by the looks of it you two were getting real close there. I assume you two have a small spark going on" he said. He looked at his niece and could tell she really already like the guy which was odd and unnatural, but so was everything else about this world.

    He saw Gin sweat with nerves and anger. Carefully he placed a hand on his shoulder, he was serious in this moment of time since the letters were opened. "Deep down, they did this within their best interest of keeping you safe. Sure the idea overall is not forgiveable, but considering the familes you both come from and the parents or parent in my niece's case wanted the best for you. They knew they didn't have much time left and so...they made this as their wish to you two for a happier lives they could give you. I may not know much about marriage, but when it comes to finding someone's true happiness...it all boils down to love. From the looks of it, you really do adore Lee" he said and whispered the last bit in his ear. He patted Gin on the back and left.

    LeeAnn was heard her uncle for the first time he was serious and not drunk and whacky. She thought about her mother and how kind she was wanting the best for both her and Kai. It was all within good intentions. "I want to fulfill this promise. As a last dying wish of my mother, I have to follow it. Its the...ony way to truly make her happy" she said slowly. Honestly in all, she was nnot expecting this but shook a bit remembering her mother. "I would do the same for our parent's sake. They created us...we just might as well finish it" she said. A small blush came from her cheeks as she hid them with her hair.
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    Post by Gin Akiyama 15th October 2015, 9:20 am

    Gin listened to Shun's words, irritated as before. He didn't enjoy the fact of other people forcing choices on him, especially something life-affecting such as this. However, failure to obey those commands would fracture the wills of two families and go against his parent's wishes. Although he never truly knew them or grew up with them, it was wrong to leave them alone. He was caught in a pickle. He stood in silence after Shun wrapped up his speech and left him alone with LeeAnn. As if their relationship couldn't have been more awkward. There wasn't much resistance he could use in his defense. The silence played for a bit before LeeAnn spoke up. What she said made little sense to him as his pull his eyes off the will and to the redhead, not looking in her eyes directly, but instead a little downwards. After their experimental kiss, it was hard to keep serious whenever interacting with her. "You're actually okay with this?" He said, still irritated from before. "We're both still teenagers, and we just met nearly an hour ago. And now we're forced into marriage? I don't know about you, but I have a life to live and a guild to contribute to."

    His words stopped as he closely examined LeeAnn. She was hiding a blush, holding his coat in tightly. He wasn't so naive when it came to identifying people's emotions. Reverting to what Shun had said, she was truly a soft girl who wanted acceptance, maybe someone to love her truly. She was shy and looking forward to someone to be with. Was he being selfish in his actions? Taking that pause, he changed his demeanor in a heartbeat after actualization. "However...you're not a bad person, so it can't hurt to get to know you some more." He smiled warmly, though as a breeze brushed by, he shivered. Dusk was settling in and the autumn weather was nipping. "It never got this cold on the island. I'm not used to it." As he accepted his fate, his heart was warming up to the idea of being with Lee. After all, she was a magnificent and stunning woman. He normally tried not to let his base emotions get to him, but it was impossible to pass up the idea of her being his..
    LeeAnn Nakamura
    LeeAnn Nakamura

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    Post by LeeAnn Nakamura 15th October 2015, 9:48 pm

    LeeAnn could sense that his anger towards this was fuming. Her eyes watered at the thought of her mother and big brother, Kai. She could hear their voices calling her name. A true Nakamura would actually follow orders and fulfill their families wishes. That was her job and she had a code to follow. "Is that that thanks your dead parents get from you? I would do anything for my mother and big brother. I would do anything to get them back...but sadly its doesn't work like that. I lost many people dear to me and many sacrifices from those who I love dearly for my sake. Its my code to follow this last willing order from my mother. It's how I can make her happy...and my real father..where ever he is" she said. A glare came from her at his anger with the feeling he couldn't understand of actually having something that you were close taken away. She followed a code to hold honor to her family.

    Concord appeared seeing his best friend on the verge of tears as from a distance Shun watched his supposed niece nearly cry. "You don't understand. Do you not care for the people who gave birth to you? I know we both have lives to fulfill. This will not effect it. You are jumping to a conclusion with a distorted perception. How can you really know something and judge it. I know my Uncle Shun may not look like much, but he's brilliant man. He will not force us until ready" she said. Years of pain, all she had to lean on was Concord. He was the only one who knew her burdens from the inside out. Shun watched out of sight but watched LeeAnn specifically. He wanted to tell her something special, but now wasn't the time. "Ah, maybe later. she wouldn't want to talk to me" he whispered and left.

    The air started to get cold as she was only wearing her armor and Gin's jacket with not clothes but her bra and underwear unneath. She was immuned to cold due to her fire magic. She would be even fine in a blizzard. "You just need to be more open minded. I maybe emotional and in pain, but I know how to be open minded when I want to be" she said. She looked up at the sky as she could see the stars already. "Let's just get to know each other slowly. Its not like we have to get married right now, we can wait. These things take time. Besides you are kinda cute" she smiled.

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