KAGAYAKU NO MURASAKI
Rumor had it that one Tsubine Koezuka had returned to the Soul Society. Truth be told, this was actually relatively old news by now, but Murasaki had only just really gotten back into the swing of things, alright? A girl deserved some credit where it was due, she was busy working on a new division and keeping everything working as intended! She still didn't have a lieutenant or too many members, but the ones she did have were at least doing their job pretty well, so that was nice.
But wait..! That was a familiar enough bit of spiritual energy, wasn't it? Not one she'd sensed in a very long time, she would be the first to admit, but it brought back memories of a great many dinner parties back home with mom. How was everyone from back then doing, anyway? Mom was fine, obviously, but she wasn't really sure about most of the other people. Didn't keep up with those letters the best she could, and she'd decided sending Mr. Unabara any when she was a Captain now was...well, not the best idea.
Oh, right, she had a spiritual presence to follow. She wasn't in a massive hurry to get to it or anything, she would hardly anticipate some tear-filled reunion or anything. But Murasaki did consider Miss Koezuka a friend, and a good person, and she'd be pretty disappointed if she just let this chance to say hey again slip her by. So off she went, not sprinting or anything but fast enough that her captain's haori (which of course she would proudly show to Miss Koezuka once they'd talked again) trailed a bit behind her.
However, it was a pretty short amount of time before she found, instead, a rather...well, “lost” would be the best way to describe the girl. She wasn't even wearing a shihakusho, and while normally someone might have thought to reprimand her for that, Murasaki just assumed that the wanderer was new to the place. As she approached, a friendly smile already on her face, however, the viridian-haired Captain realized that this new face seemed to be giving off a faint bit of Miss Koezuka's spiritual energy. Strange, very strange... But no time for that now. Giving a wave to the aimless girl before her, Murasaki approached as cheerily as ever.“Hi hi~ Do you need something? You're looking a little lost, so if you need anything I'm happy to help out.”
She was absolutely wearing a captain's haori, and of course Murasaki took her position very seriously. But being a captain didn't just mean you weren't a person anymore, right? Besides, she'd had her division made specifically to help in any way she could as a shinigami. Sure, this wasn't quite what she had in mind, but hey, the little things mattered too.
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