MizuMikomi wrote:"W-What's it like... you know-- to have... those" Alana blushed a bit, as she pointed at Rin's ears, she was embarrassed for some reason, "A-And that" she pointed at Rin's tail as it swayed back and forth. "I.. I think they're... c-c-cute.."
"Oh...Well...the worst thing was getting clothing to fit right. Umm, it's been like this since ever so I'm not sure what it's supposed to feel like to not have one. It's kind of like...having a third arm, the tail I mean. It's hard to explain, but I think that makes sense? The ears are just a bit more responsive than normal ears, some of the human race are known to be able to manipulate their ears, but we have a bit more control over that. The worst thing are d-d-dogs....they're evil. There might be some that aren't, but most of them always want to chase us..." Rin's eyes grew wide with fear at these last words. "B-but, it's not so bad. They give a neat sense of balance, and I can hear lots of stuff that people can't with these ears!"
Empty Overture wrote:.. quite sure how to explain it..." she scratched the side of her head as she tried to come up with an answer. She then began to smirk. "Would you believe me if I said it's magic?" she asked rather plainly, whilist having slight difficulties keeping a straight face. "It's a magical house that teleports and turns invisible when it rains. Nothing special." she continued, now trying to resist laughing. She stopped for a moment, to regain her composure. She was no longer smirking, and had her usual expression at this point. "Seriously though, there was a giant, talking, evil dragon at the school yesterday. A magical house that can move location, and turn invisible isn't so hard to believe, now is it?" she asked, al beit rather rhetorically.
Geez... I doubt I'd say even half of this stuff to someone I didn't know without Leyka around... I feel more comfortable with her here.
"Yeah, it seems pretty tame when you've encountered flying dragons," Leyka agreed with a laugh.
Rydux wrote:Back in the school, a lone figure walked across the halls, he was tall, and had a muscular build, wearing a pitch black changshan, as his face was hidden by a plain white mask, which had no features other than the two eyeholes, strapped by a large black band around his head. He walked into the student council office, and stood tall, clasping his hands behind his back, and with a strong voice, asked "May I speak to the individual in charge here?"
"And who might you be sir?" One of the staff questioned the man.