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Never Seen Anything Like It"Xiomar do do you know where the Red Light District is?" His cheeks burned with the embarrassment of asking the question in the first place to his mentor. It was, to say the least, important that he asked but still mortifying in his mind.
" Why do you want to know?" His calm demeanor was always a bit off-putting these days. Axxess knew he had been pent up and was waiting for a chance to explode with emotion.
"Lylix she might be in tr-trouble " Axxess said. He twisted Rancorous's letter in his hand. Xiomar hadn't spoken of Lylix in awhile but still harbored immense feelings for her. Something had happened and he had not told Axxess, or so he supposed. With his words Xiomar's head perked up. Axxess felt a sudden lurch in his stomach as the set of fiery eyes turned upon him.
"Get your cloak." Xiomar had said. Axxess had followed Xiomar into a portal making their way for a particular shady corner of Traverse Town, which had always glowed with a sickening crimson display
Hearts DisfigureDear Rancorous,
Six months ago today he left the hospital; to be honest I'm a little relieved to see that he's completely better. Well he's as good as he'll get. He still misses Lylix and everything. I haven't heard him mention her. I sort of miss her too though, she was my friend but I'm nervous to send her mail. We might be found out. Thanks for sending me your box number; I can't believe you're in Traverse Town too. Why didn't you just stop by and visit us or something?
Jesus it's a long story of why I didn't stop by. I'll leave it be at the fact that I'm simply mortified by how Toxic is behaving nowadays. He's a lunatic!
First off, after seeing you and Xiomar months ago, he dragged me to The RED district. Yeah I know. He got us jobs though So I suppose I cannot complain about his tactics. However he's becoming less and less like himself as the days go by. Second, he wants me to call him Dismorph? DD for short. I don't understand why though. I'm think
First KissXiomar honestly didn't know what to do with these kids all over the place. It was nice getting money from the government to take care of them and all but, he had to go to school too. He sighed, pouring another box of instant macaroni noodles into the pot of boiling water. He could hear the bus's brakes in front of the small apartment. He looked to his side where he saw the group of kids make their way hastily off the bus and poured onto the sidewalk, punching and playfully hitting one another. Xiomar stuck his head out the low window careful not to bump it.
"C'mon guys dinners almost ready." He called down to them. The youngsters looked up at him and ran into the building. He thought it was sort of funny how he'd have specific colored plates for each person. They wouldn't eat off one another's plates or cups that were those colors. With a rush of motion he saw the flood of prepubescent kids filling the apartment. Carefully he placed the macaroni and cheese in each person's bowl now tha
Trouble with Names"He's in stable condition now." Axxess let out a sigh of relief. Xiomar could be so melodramatic over situations but this was taking it to an extreme.
"Th-thank you doctor."
"I'm only a resident." The man replied. Axxess looked up and for a split second he saw Xiomar instead of the stranger in front of him. He looked....identical. Aside from the floor length auburn braid trailing behind him and his purple eyes that were guarded by a pair of spectacles. He shook the thought from his head.
"S-sorry...when...wh-when will you be a doctor?" Axxess asked trying to break the uncomfortable silence. The man scoffed and flipped over Xiomar's chart as a nurse came up beside him.
"Residents...only need a few years...then they can be doctors..." The nurse said looking at the floor shyly. Axxess furrowed his brow, he knew her. He knew he knew her...Axxess inhaled a deep breath and vaguely watched the woman sweep her uneven, silver, elongated tuft of hair behind her hair still barely managin
Ladies First"Toxic you really didn't need me to come along with you on this mission did you?"
"Well...like...Yer a rogue and stuff. I thought this would be a good oppprtunity for you to like...I dunno join up with me."
"You want me to be a part of the Organization you're in?"
"Just think about it for t'night! Besides...I'm...uhh..."
"Oh don't tell me you're still scared of the dark."
"Well! It's a big castle!...At night!...With a beast thing in it!"
Xiomar rubbed the bridge of his nose, letting out a small chortle before replying.
"You're eighteen Toxic. For gods sakes you're so far ahead mentally that you took a GED, a'ced it, with very little high school education, and you're in what...your third year of college now? And you still need a nightlight."
"Are ya makin' fun of me...Really?" Xiomar smirked, and looked towards the gate of the immense castle.
"Fine fine, I'll join you for tonight. I have no intentions of ever joining an Organization Toxic." The two of them sat from the bushes a
It Had To Be YouAxxess threw his knapsack over his shoulder and lightly tapped at Xiomar's door. He knew that it was time to leave already. Although this was his home. It would always be his home. Axxess took a step back from the door to let Xiomar out. He took a small double take as he noticed his friend holding his head down and his face was puffy and red. He took Pernici from his arms and carried her against his shoulder, as her head lulled near his neck to rest like a rag-doll.
"Lets g-get going, before they f-force us out."
"I don't want to leave her..." Axxess stopped and pursed his lips together, not knowing how to respond. He knew if he looked at Xiomar he'd be stricken with guilt for the man.
"No...Axxess you don't know." Xiomar said. Axxess turned around to see Xiomar kneeling on the floor.
"Wh-what are you d-doing?" Axxess said. He watched as Xiomar pulled a short white sword from his carpet bag at his side. He gently laid it across his hands and sat, bringing both of his legs
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