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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:44 am 
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~Three Months Ago~


The wind whistled through the air as Shingen raised an arm to cover his face from its sharp grasp. It was a chilly wind, but it was merely a promise of the things to come. His face was shielded by a blue scarf, but the wind still chilled his nose and chapped his lips. His other hand was kept buried in the pocket of his black wool pants. He had replaced his usual short-sleeve shirt with layers of undershirts, covered by a black-buttoned woolen jacket. He waited at the base of the Kang Mountains, staring up at their lofty peaks. Despite the fact that it was spring, the mountains were capped with white snow. It was just as Rei had promised they would be, many months ago.

The mountains were equally impressive to Shingen because of their immense height. They rivaled the taller mountains of Kumogakure, which had always impressed the boy. Coming from the Sand Village, the Blue Tiger had grown up amid sand-dunes and flat plains. At the top of the mountains, he knew, there would be a sprawling temple complex, in which resided a wise monk. Today, it was Shingen's personal mission to seek out that monk, named Kang. After his talks with Yui, Shingen had resolved to travel the world, to learn about religion, life, and death, in a quest to find his own answers to the problems that swirled in his head.

Traversing the mountain would be no easy task, and the Land of Fire probably wouldn't have been happy with a foreign shinobi wandering around their lands unsupervised, so Shingen had put in a request for a supervisor from Konohagakure. In a sense, he was the mission-requester, sending out a request for a village shinobi to help him with a problem. However, in this case, Shingen had requested a very specific person to come to show him around.

It was a promise, Shingen thought, a smile tugging on the edges of his lips. He shifted side-to-side, hardly able to contain his excitement as he waited for the arrival of his escort. After having received news ahead of time that she had accepted the mission and chosen to be his escort, Shingen had been so excited that he was hardly able to focus on anything else. The image of those crystalline blue eyes danced through his head, and flushed his face as much as the cold did.

"Still... This kind of reminds me of when we first met. She dug me out of the snow. Well, at least I'm not lost this time," he thought aloud, his words followed by his signature boisterous laugh.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 5:59 pm 
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Small, unhurried steps made their quiet way up the path, where so many had tread before them. It was a clear day, but this high up it was cold, and the air was thin, making the wind particularly harsh when it blew. Luckily, the breezes came few, and so Rei, clad in the standard uniform of a Konoha ninja with her headband around her neck, moved smoothly up to the place where she was told she'd be meeting with the visitor from Sunagakure no Sato. Normally she'd not have been available, but this particular visitor was a Jinchuuriki and had asked for her specifically, so it seemed prudent that someone able to handle the kind of wild rage that a Bijuu could unleash would be sent. It was lucky for Shingen, really, that she qualified for such a mission, otherwise his request likely would have been denied, and she'd have been sent to, well, someone likely paying better.

I wonder how he's been doing? she allowed herself to think, imagining the little brown jewelry box with the worn red felt inside, occupied only by a simple silver wristband. It was on her dresser at home, but she could imagine it with stunning clarity. As she walked, stride taking her up the mountain a bit, she allowed herself to think of Shingen as the last time she saw him, smiling weakly, holding up a strained 'v' from his hospital bed. While the girl did not really ever refuse a mission, she wanted right then to turn around and march back down into Konoha, toss herself on her bed and bury her face into her pillow. It would be nice, warm, dark, and best of all, solitary. He was likely to expect her to be the girl that he thought she was, and while she could do that, she knew also that it was an act. Just escort him around. Be polite. Don't be too inviting. You can manage that, she resolved.

A sound ahead, laughter, alerted her that she had come to the space she had been directed to, and, turning in that direction to wander up over the side of the mountain, Rei adjusted her flak jacket. She had grown since she'd worn this uniform last, and the pants were tight, the jacket just a little bit more constricting than she'd remembered as well. Oh, well – it was too late to consider changing, now. “Shin-kun,” she announced, walking in from the expected direction. “You must have quite a lot of free time.”

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 6:31 pm 
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A melodic voice broke the silence that was left behind by Shingen's laughing. It was a voice that he had not heard in many months, but to the chuunin, it was unmistakable. Turning to face the direction from which the voice had come, Shingen's dark blue eyes were met with a pair of light blue ones, much fairer than his own. A grin spread across the chuunin's face, jogged over a couple of feet to meet her half-way. "Yo, senpai!" He greeted, bustling with energy. The cold wins that were assaulting his face mere moments ago were all but forgotten, as the chill that plagued him was replaced with a warmth running through Shingen's body. Just glancing at Rei, her crystalline eyes, her silky hair, her perfect features, caused Shingen's heart to beat faster. He had always regreted that their previous encounter had ended on such a sad note, but knowing that he was going to part ways with her for such a long time, he figured there wouldn't really be a happy way to do that.

"Hisashiburi da na," He commented, looking Rei up and down. She was wearing a flak jacket now, and looked more like a regular jounin than she ever had in Kumogakure. In a sense, she looked more normal. It was a pretty look, even combined with the fact that her uniform was a bit tight in places, but Shingen didn't let his gaze linger too long, so as to avoid accusations of lewdness.

"Well, we all have to take breaks sometimes, yeah? After six months of work in the Land of Lightning, I'd say I earned my fair share of vacation days How've you been, senpai?"


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2018 3:23 pm 
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Rei let his gaze linger where it would, neither admonishing nor encouraging. Her hair lifted in the breeze, and she turned her face into the wind so that her vision was not obscured as he spoke. His energetic attitude always seemed so innocent, despite the fact that a tailed beast resided inside of him. He was host to the Niibi, but he didn't seem to let its hate and rage consume him...at least, not often, and never permanently. "Still, you must be quite lucky to be able to travel all the way here on your own," she offered, gesturing forward so that they might begin to traverse the path. She put her foot upon what appeared to be an old, worn step, but the well-trodden area ahead did not seem very much like a staircase. She moved with the confidence of one that had done this before.

While the girl had taken the lead, she did glance back over her shoulder, down at the junior ninja. "Tell me, have you kept up with your training?" She was genuinely curious if those silly people he called his teachers were still pushing impractical lessons upon him. No doubt they were fine ninja in their own right, but she couldn't wrap her head around their style of fighting. It was going to get one of them killed, one day.

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Sta: Masterful
Dex: Epic
Agi: Masterful
Wis: Masterful
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2018 11:34 pm 
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"Bwahahaha!" Shingen laughed, following Rei up the side of the mountain. The very act of doing so reminded him of old times; following her along the winding Kumogakure mountainsides had become a routine activity during the four months that he spent at the Konoha base-camp, so doing so now caused some nostalgia to well up in the chuunin's chest. It was a pleasant feeling. "Knowing my sensei, I'm sure I was followed. Not particularly closely, but if I don't come down the mountain, I'm sure there'll be a Suna-nin here looking for me forty-eight hours later. He became Kazekage, you know. Shortly after the mission in the Land of Lightning," he said, his voice trailing off. Of course, it was very likely that this Konoha ANBU knew who the Kazekage was, but Shingen couldn't recall if he had ever told her the name of his sensei, and that the two were the same person.

"I've been keeping up with my training, to the best of my ability, anyway. That's actually why I'm here... I wanted to come and visit the temple at the top of the mountain. I wouldn't say I've become spiritual, exactly, but... I dunno, maybe that is the right thing to say. I'm not really sure what to believe myself," he said with a soft laugh, closing his eyes as if to hide the pain. His voice grew quieter, more solemn as he spoke again. "So much as changed since back then," he said, referring to their time at the base camp. Ever since his fight with the masked Fox, everything had changed. He had felt like, since that moment, the innocuous, innocent life that he had led before had been snatched away from him.

After a long, quiet moment, he decided to deflect the conversation away from himself. No reason to show his senpai how uncertain he was! "So, what about you? How have you been, senpai?"


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:08 am 
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Face turned back toward Shingen for another long moment as she moved forward, the eyebrow nearest to him raised slightly. Spiritual? It didn’t seem like something Rei would attribute to him, and she herself had not really put much stock in belief in higher powers or the like. His experience in Kaminari no Kuni had clearly stuck with him. A sudden ache in her chest caused the girl to look forward again, avoiding a rock that she might otherwise have kicked away. “I’ve been…” she started, remembering suddenly a different place in the province, where she danced in a dingy, poorly lit building. “…fine,” the girl continued, tugging down at the bottom of her vest. She walked on, the thin mountain air causing her chest to tighten up. She was used to it, honestly – in fact, these very mountains were a place that she had trained, herself.

“Shin-kun, do you want revenge on the ninja that harmed you in the Land of Lightning?” she asked suddenly, pearly teeth clutching at her plush bottom lip. She pushed up a particularly tall step, and let her gaze slide out across the hills, clouds lazily floating in long strings across the blue sky.

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Con: Masterful
Sta: Masterful
Dex: Epic
Agi: Masterful
Wis: Masterful
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:05 am 
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Unable to avoid the topic as he might have wanted, the exact turn that the conversation took surprised the boy. He ran a hand through his black hair, taking a moment to collect his thoughts, though that didn't stop a sudden and abrupt "Uhh," from slipping out of his mouth when he first heard the question. It was a difficult question, of course. He did his best to recall the masked face of the figure. It had been dark that night, and he was so scared. He wasn't sure if he was remembering the mask well or not. He wasn't really sure if the mask was fox-shaped at all, he just knew that was the name that the other Suna-nin had attributed to the figure. Thinking back to his would-be-murderer, a tightness welled up in Shingen's gut.

It certainly was an uncomfortable subject.

His footsteps followed after his senpai's as they talked, echoing slightly in-between Shingen's statements. "That's... a hard question. There's a part of me that wants to, yes..." He said, casting his eyes to the ground, as if he were ashamed. "But I think that part of me is wrong. I'm not exactly convinced that taking revenge is the right thing to do. What does it solve? Those kind of questions are kind-of why I've come here, actually. I can forgive them for attacking me, I think. I want to, at least. If I could meet them again, I would want to apologize to them. I was the one that attacked them, after all..."

He trailed off, looking up at the tops of the frost-covered mountains. He wondered, for a moment, if it was possible for his heart to be as cold as those chilly mountain peaks. "I can forgive them for attacking sensei, too... I shouldn't hold grudges, but... If they had killed sensei, either Kyousuke, or Satoru, or anyone close to me... I'm afraid that I wouldn't be able to," he confessed, allowing himself to be vulnerable around his senior.

Turning his gaze to look at Rei, allowing his bright blue eyes to meet hers, he showed no fear. Only absolute trust, readily locking gazes with an Uchiha who could have trapped him right there, had she the desire. "What do you think, senpai? Should I want revenge? Is revenge a good thing? ... Would you seek revenge?"


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 8:28 am 
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The hard stone beneath her feet made Rei feel at the very least grounded and connected to something solid as they walked. Another chill breeze reminded her that the beautiful day could be quite cold if it wanted, but Rei found her heart beating a little faster, a hopeful, light feeling in her chest accompanying Shingen’s words. For her part, the Uchiha would not want vengeance for what happened, even had she been the one attacked. She was happy that he seemed ambivalent toward the idea of forgiveness, but an uncomfortable feeling hit her toward the end of his reply. Of course he would do more, feel more, for the sake of another. What if she had killed the other ANBU operative – one she knew now had definitively been one Chikamatsu Kyousuke, a dangerous man who had recently become the Kazekage. Shingen, here, was saying that he wasn’t sure if he could forgive that. She had not killed anyone from Sunagakure no Sato, she knew, so why did she suddenly feel as though some cold hand had just gripped her heart? She did not fear Shingen so much as fear for him. If she really did kill him, then…what would happen? She certainly would not forgive herself.

“I think that many people would want some kind of recompense. They are prideful, and do not handle loss well. Loss, however, is a part of life,” she continued, letting her eyes glance back and meet his. “It’s good to let this go. I would not look to avenge what only amounts to pride,” the girl replied in that eerily calm way she had. Her unease did not show. The conversation had turned in a way that she had hoped it would, but she knew if it had gone differently it would be her fault.

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Con: Masterful
Sta: Masterful
Dex: Epic
Agi: Masterful
Wis: Masterful
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2018 4:18 am 
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Altogether, Rei seemed relatively neutral towards his answer, but Shingen was glad to know that his own answer was somewhat in-line with hers. However, one thing in particular that she said jumped out at the chuunin. "Loss is a part of life, huh?" He echoed, glancing up at the temple on the top of the mountain, which was beginning to come into view at the far ends of Shingen's vision. It was an impressive structure, to be sure. It was large temple complex built atop the mountain's peak, but Shingen had expected it to look more serene than it did at a glance. Instead, it looked almost eerie. It looked as if it hadn't been touched in years; but was there not a great monk who resided at the top?

Shingen's unease showed clearly on his face. He wasn't the type of person that hid his emotions in most circumstances. Unlike Rei, who could pass as a blank page at any moment, Shingen was an open book. As they continued their trek towards the desolate temple, Shingen resumed speaking. "My aunt told me something similar, recently. She said that all life is suffering. I wonder if that's true or not. She said that we all try to lessen our suffering, which is why we interact with others, because things like love ease our pain," he explained, repeating Yui's lesson. As he did so, his blue eyes gazed at Rei, as his mind danced back to the words he had not said months ago. He wondered now how things might have been different if he had confessed to her on that snowy winter night.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:56 am 
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Blue eyes picked up the temple as it sprawled across the upper parts of the mountain, and took in its relatively simple design. Pillars of stone held up tiered, sloping roofs and floors seemed to grow directly out of the jagged mountain stone, as though the mountain had grown up around the temple, rather than the temple having been built atop it. She had been here before – the old man in Konoha had bade her come this way, and to train on top. During her many visits, she had never seen anyone, but then again, she had not ever gone more deeply than the bell shrine into the place. Perhaps all the monks were further in. They couldn’t see the entrance from here, but the staircase became better defined, and she suddenly ached in the shoulders and hands, a psychosomatic memory. Training here had been something of a chore, but her hardened body and resistance to most discomfort was owed to her travels to the temple.

“All life is suffering? That seems nihilistic. Loss is a part of life, but so is love,” For most people, anyway. “If all life is suffering, then those that spread suffering are just…living. I don’t think I can accept that.” The girl moved further up as she spoke, turning where the stairs turned and glancing back to make certain that Shingen was still following. “I think those that actively spread suffering are like a void…like a great Darkness that consumes the rest of the Light and life. They must be stopped,” she continued, another cool breeze blowing through the area.

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Con: Masterful
Sta: Masterful
Dex: Epic
Agi: Masterful
Wis: Masterful
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2018 6:01 pm 
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There was a nuance to Rei's replies that interested Shingen. Her views were similar to Yui's own views, but there was a coldness there. A willingness to smite evil where it stood, where Yui instead embodied a compassion that was ready to reform the evil, to confront it with love rather than hate. Which is right, I wonder? Shingen thought to himself, his brow furrowing in confusion. He could feel the beginnings of a headache coming on, causing him to take several deep breaths of the thin, crisp mountain air in an attempt to slow its onset. "I think we're supposed to try and help the misguided, instead of killing them, if we can. After-all, you don't cull a sick man, you treat him. I think, or at least, my aunt says, that it's the same."

Shingen trailed off for a moment, growing quiet as he sifted through his memories. Rei's reply was righteous, but stern, even cold. Was the world so black and white, and even then, was it so easy to condemn another to die? Shingen had taken many lives in his time as a ninja. He had grown used to the feeling. But now, the thoughts of doing so consumed him with guilt. Did Rei feel guilt when she took a life? Shingen wasn't sure of the answer. He knew that his senpai was a woman with two faces. One side of her could be gentle, sweet, and caring. Another part of her was cold as ice and as unmoving as the mountain they walked on.

"I don't think you're that cold-hearted, senpai. Even you don't stamp out all the Darkness when you see it. Otherwise, I don't think you would have saved me that night. You know as well as I the Darkness that dwells in my heart. Maybe that's because you, like me, think that even the darkest among us can be reformed Maybe even Matatabi can change some day. Or maybe, there's another reason you saved me?" Shingen asked, leaving the question open to interpretation. He always had the vague feeling in the back of his head that, if he had kissed her that night, she may have returned his affection. He wasn't sure of it, but to think otherwise made his heart ache.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2018 7:04 pm 
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A flash of sympathy, and of guilt, crossed Rei. "Some people may have that responsibility," she replied to his initial statement. Yes, some people could save others from their course, perhaps, but the girl did not see how. She did not possess the skill. The only skills she had been able to hone were that of removal. "You can't treat everyone," she continued, making her way up another winding set of steps, these carved where egress was easiest rather than making a straight line. She didn't continue her explanation, lest she insult his aunt's philosophy, however. It was a nice thought, and she wondered briefly if everyone in Suna were so...optimistic. Remembering Kyousuke, however, she realized it probably wasn't so. His aura was too...menacing. Perhaps he was like her. A Darkness fighting against its nature.

"I..." she began, but trailed off, a sudden sting in her eyes. She blinked it away, stepping forward a little more urgently. She had nearly killed Shingen, that night. "...you are not Matatabi. If I thought for a second that it had corrupted you..." Rei continued. ...you'd see how Dark I could be. "...well, it wouldn't come to that. I can help control it, if I am around. Luckily you seemed to have run yourself out of energy that night."

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Con: Masterful
Sta: Masterful
Dex: Epic
Agi: Masterful
Wis: Masterful
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2018 4:34 pm 
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You're not a weapon, Shingen thought bitterly to himself, his brows furrowing when Rei described a group of people whose job was to eliminate the Darkness. The implication, of course, was that she included herself in that group. You're so much more than that, senpai. The chuunin could only wish that Rei didn't beat herself up so much. She was capable of so much good, but first, she needed to learn how to forgive herself. Shingen did not know the things that Rei had done, but whatever it was, it didn't matter. No crime was beyond redemption. Shingen could tell that his senpai carried a heavy burden, a weight that steeled her nerves and clutched at her heart. Like a drowning man with a weight on his legs, her dismay only dragged her further and further down. As more was made, the burden grew, and the further down she sank.

But change wasn't impossible. He knew that first hand. He, like, Rei, had sacrificed a part of himself for his village. He knew what it was like to kill simply because it was commanded, to snuff out the light inside an innocent man. Over time, he had grown accustomed to that feeling. With each kill, the task became easier. With each name added to the list of victims, they all muddled together, until you couldn't remember them all. At some point, it simply becomes easier for the drowning man to let himself drown. To accept what is happening to you, rather than to struggle and to fight. You just become so tired.

It weighed heavily on Shingen's heart. He, too, was a weapon once. And yet, Shingen now quested to find peace and absolution. Despite all that he had done, he was not above redemption. After his talk with his aunt, he stopped trying to kill his guilt. He stopped trying to smother it and hide it away. He accepted what was, perhaps, the most difficult thing to accept of all. He was guilty. What he had done was wrong, regardless of the reasons that he was told to do it. It took someone close to him, his aunt Yui, to ease the burden of his heart. Some things are too heavy to lift alone.

He let his gaze fall to Rei's back, his blue eyes resting on the girl's shoulders. They were slender, sloped downwards in the perfect display of femininity. They were, in a word, beautiful. They were held with perfect posture, not tense, nor rigid, but perfectl upright, as if she were a statue. Shingen wondered what kind of burden that his senpai carried, for regardless of how heavy it might be, she did not let it show. Perhaps that was merely a sign that she carried a burden heavier than most. Those with the greatest burdens tended to hide them the best. As they became accustomed to the weight, they learned better ways to hide it. Shingen had adopted his sense of humor in a similar way. For a moment, an image of the Fox flashed before his eyes. He wondered what kind of burden that the masked figure carried.

The young Mangetsu boy felt his heart skip a beat, as the two came to a stop in front of the entrance to the temple complex. The temple was lightly dusted in white snow, which only made Shingen's chest tighten more, reminding him of all of the days spent with Rei at the ruined temple in the Land of Lightning. For once, Shingen felt himself at a loss for words, as he remained stationary in front of the temple entrance, not yet willing to enter the temple. For he knew that, once the two had entered the temple, the tone would change entirely, and their present conversation would end, committed instead only to memory.

The chuunin didn't want the conversation to end here. He didn't feel like it could end just yet. His heart was beating like crazy, he felt slightly nauseous, and his head was pounding. There were so many things that he wanted to say, so many different words jumbled around in his head that he couldn't be sure which ones were the right ones. He knew that he wanted to help this girl. Part of it was out of obligation. It was only natural to want to help the senpai that had helped him. Rei had taught him and saved him, and so it was only natural that Shingen would want to help save her from herself. However, it was more than that. Perhaps, even, because of that, at least partially, there was another reason he wanted to help her.

"Iloveyou!" He blurted out, letting the words tumble from his mouth as he clenched his fists, his eyes squeezing shut. His breathing was heavy, and his heart was beating so fast it felt like it would explode as he awaited an answer.

However, the voice that answered was not the one that he had expected.

"Fufufufu, how quaint. An Uchiha and a jinchuuriki, what an apt pairing." The voice was haughty but smooth, seeming to echo from all around the temple, like a snake coiling around its prey. A soft chuckle caused the temple grounds to rumble, as Shingen's eyes darted open, and he unconsciously slid into a battle stance.

"It's a shame it will never work out, because the two of you will never leave this place alive."


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