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Why should I train you human? [Ritsuko/Sofia]
Wed Dec 20, 2017 5:36 pm
"Why am I so nervous, my hearts pounding like crazy"
Those were the words inside her head as she arrived at the city of light once more, this time it was preparing for the upcoming Christmas holiday.She took her lingering gaze off of the enormous Christmas tree adorned with glistening ornaments and glowing fairy lights draped around it.
And strolling alongside the magnificently structured buildings watching
as people swarmed in and out of the bustling shops like bees. As the evening sky faded away, the pink and orange hues were replaced with dark shades of blue, whilst the amber light of the street lamps spilled on the stone-paved streets.
Ritsuko decided to wear a long sleeved white jacket with an closed collar; matching trousers; peaked cap; and black leather heels. She only wore this outfit for special occasions, such as a funeral too pay respects to a fallen comrade, a ceremonial event, or even on a fancy party. But this was no party, but rather a meeting and this today she was going to meet a very important figure; who it was she'll never know but if this was a chance to gain new knowledge and strength then so be it.
She was given directions by a stranger that directed her to the vadenreich and it's holy palace up above the city,just stepping on the platform towards the vadenreich made her breathing rapid and shallow, she can feel her pulse pounding in her temples.
But she was in need of help and despite no longer being a Quincy she'd hope that she'd be accepted once more too receive the proper training needed to pursue her goals.
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Re: Why should I train you human? [Ritsuko/Sofia]
Thu Dec 21, 2017 10:17 am
THE QUINCY PRODIGY
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It had been some time since Sofia has last been at the City of Light. But alas, the place was still her home. As soon as she walked in she was met by several of the Wandenreich members, most of which had served under her as Captain of the Jagdarmee. She was still the Captain, but it wasn’t the reason she received the attention. Besides being a famous musician, Sofia had always been a respected and fierce leader that was both strict yet fair to her men. Her accomplishments and her power were indications of just how much a Quincy could rise. But above it all, it was the power she possessed at such a young age and the skill which created the name of the Quincy Prodigy and cemented her place in the organization. In fact, though Niflheim was over a millenia older than the now 23 year old girl, Sofia had long surpassed her. There were talks and rumors of a potential encounter down the road between the two but that was still in the future for the woman. She did plan for it, but not yet.
Having made her way through and towards the Jagdarmee division’s quarters, Sofia was filled in on all the assorted details that had transpired and changes during her momentary absence. Toshiko wasn’t anywhere, though to be fair Sofia didn’t really care at the same time. The decision the Quincy took when she took a leave of absence was hers. Regardless of the motives or the implications of her decision, she had made them because she saw it as the best possible means to accomplish what she needed at the time. There was no doubt that Sfia was smart, and perhaps even on the level of a genius in some regards. It stood to reason she wouldn’t have made choices she didn’t understand or hadn’t planned to accordingly. And with the darkness of the Eris Seal having ran its course of usefulness to her, the girl had decided to sooner than later put its effects past her, as there was no benefit she cared to gain from it any longer; hence the return to her people.
As for Toshiko? No matter what Sofia had done or how she had done it, even if she had literally ran a blade through her back before leaving… Nothing justified losing faith in a so called best friend, especially one that knew each other since childhood. But, upon hearing all that Toshiko thought of her and how she viewed her, there was no friendship there any longer. Sofia didn’t hate the girl, but she had no sympathy, and no respect for that individual any longer. If Toshiko wanted any form of friendship again with her, it looked as though it would take a lot of time and effort, for Sofia wasn’t one to let go of grudges once she had been thoroughly disappointed.
In a moment, a man tapped her shoulder and whispered something in her ear, causing her to turn around on her chair and look back. There stood that girl. She didn’t recall the name right away, but she was told that was her former friend’s girlfriend at the time. The girl was of good height, actually just about as tall as Sofia herself. Her figure was appropriate and not unlike her own, and even their hair were of similar tonalities. A bit too many similarities for her own comfort but she didn’t care to entertain the notion as the similarities surely stopped there. Getting up, the Quincy would merely walk up to her, hands held behind her back. The outfit she wore was a bit more casual though very Quincy-esque nonetheless. It consisted of a long sleeve silky white top with a nice frilled collar. A black striped navy blue skirt that reached to about her upper to mid thighs, with black thigh highs covering and meshing quite well with the ebony look of her hair. Once she was within a foot or so of the girl, she’d simply eye her once more before speaking.
”What do you want?”
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