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Absolute-Zero: Chapter Four- Eira Eira walked away from Zero’s house, a large frown on her face. “ What’s his problem, eh? I took the time out of my busy schedule to see that jackass, and he just wakes up and yells at me over a stupid nightmare? What’s that kid’s problem anyways?! She barked aloud, Arms crossed over her chest. “I don’t know why I bother with that jerk. All he does is pout and whine and complain. I get that he lost Sarah and all…. but that was two years ago. He needs to move on. And watch, if I told him that, he’d just get mad at me, and say that I don’t understand or something. He knows what happened with me, and I’d say I know a little more than he does when it comes to losing things.”She walked on, grumbling as she made her way towards her house. It was over on the other side of town, a near hour long walk. Nearing the halfway point, she sat down on a bench and crossed her arms. “Ma
The Dragon Chapter: Valentine's Day Short!Katsuro sat up, hand running down his face. “ Ugh….how in the world did I manage to sleep?” he asked himself. He stood up and made his way to the bathroom, looking himself in the Mirror. Katsuro Arashi was Seventeen. He moved his long hair out of his eye, only for it to fall right back again. “Remind me to get mom to cut my hair, okay Gyakutora?” He asked the Green hilted zanpakuto that rested to his left against the wall. “Yes, of course, master Katsuro. BUT FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS HOLY DON’T LEAVE ME IN THE BATHROOM!” The zanpakuto said. The zanpakuto had a british accent, and seemed to jump between personalities. “ Sheesh kid! If you’re gonna be a Soul Reaper, at least be responsible for your Zanpakuto!” The zanpakuto scolded. “ Please remember to take me to your room next time.” “ Okay, Okay fine….sheesh.” he picked it up and slung it over his shoulder. He walked over to his si
Absolute-Zero: Valentine's Day Short!Eira sighed as she looked at the small card she had made out of a thick sheet of paper. Around her was a whole array of scrap paper, old coloring pencils, and glue. She smiled proudly. “Alright. Looks good.” She said confidently with a nod. She stood up from her bed and walked over to her dresser, setting the card aside. She put on her coat, then her boots, then her gloves. She made sure her scarf was on comfortably before making her way to the front door.“Oh way to go, idiot.” She groaned, turning and walking back to her room, picking the card up. “ I can’t believe I was going to leave home without my card.” She shook her head and walked back to the front door, making her way out into the cold. This time, she made sure her door was closed before walking on. She happened to catch a glimpse of Zero walking by, making his way to his house. She didn’t bother to greet him. She turned and watched him for a bit. She wondered how he was doing o