I’ll be officially leaving Tranche.
It’s got nothing to do with the mods switching around, I simply can’t find my muse for Suzaku anymore.
So you may proceed to unfollow me if you wish. If you’d like to stay in contact, go ahead and contact me in my ask.
It’s been nice roleplaying with you guys <3
What's your favorite time of year?
“I like summer a lot, actually… I can exercise a lot outside, and I think that all of the plants are really beautiful that time of year. I took Euphie out - er, sorry, I escorted her around town during the summer once, and she would describe how beautiful everything was, as if we were at peace and all of the fighting had ended. I’ve had trouble liking any season quite as much since then.”
It hadn’t been very long after Yamamoto chose to lie down, when he heard someone coming onto the roof. The noise brought a smile back to his face, feeling hopeful about it being one of his friends. When he sat up and turned to see them though, he realized it wasn’t one of his usual lunch-buddies, but… a boy that he somewhat knew from school. They hadn’t really talked at all, but Yamamoto could tell that this guy was definitely friendly. It surprised him to see that he was coming up there by himself though…
Maybe they both had a similar deal that day? Friends unable to show up.
His smile was still there, watching as the brunette moved closer to him. The question to follow surprised him, but really had his spirits rising again. It was as if he knew Yamamoto was lonely and came there to help. “Haha, not at all! Thank you!” Before he knew it the other was sitting beside him, Yamamoto grinning to him before he moved to grab the rest of his sushi.
“I know I’ve seen you around before, but… I don’t really know your name. I’m Yamamoto Takeshi, glad we finally met! Sushi?” He had been saving it for a friend after all.
Suzaku smiled a bit with relief. He knew that the boy probably wouldn’t have rejected him, but it still felt wonderful to be welcomed that warmly. He had only ever seen the other boy smiling, and that knowledge made him feel all the more comfortable with him.
“It’s nice to meet you,” he greeted eagerly back, unwrapping his own lunch - just a sandwich, nothing fancy - and making himself comfortable. “I’m Suzaku Kururugi. I think I’ve seen you around, too - you’re on the baseball team, right?”
Before he could control his reaction, his eyes widened when Yamamoto offered his food to him. “Ah… real sushi…?” he murmured more to himself than to his fellow student. Suzaku hadn’t had sushi since he’d been young - before Britannia had arrived. He seemed to realize his reaction quickly enough because he blushed and graciously accepted the food. “Ah, sorry, it’s just that it’s been so long since I’ve had it… I’d love to have some!” He tentatively reached for one of the rolls, eyes lighting up with delight as the unmistakable taste graced his palate.
School was about halfway over now. Well… for the day, anyway, and Yamamoto was currently on the rooftop for lunch, where he always had it. Today though, his friends were either busy or late and had yet to show up.
Club activities? Lunch detention? Or maybe tutoring? He couldn’t be sure… He’d wait a little longer to eat.
Which he had. About ten minutes had passed before Yamamoto finally began eating his bento. He was pretty hungry and didn’t want to wind up eating in a rush. But before long, another five minutes went by and most of his sushi was gone. He looked to the near-empty container, placing it on the ground beside him before lying down. Just in case one of his buddies did show up, he’d have a little food for them, like he always did.
Suzaku was genuinely surprised to find someone else up on the rooftop. At Ashford, he had usually ended up eating here on his own for a chance to just catch his breath. School was exhausting, in a different way than the military had been. The army had been physically draining, but the social exhaustion that school gave him was a completely different matter.
He wasn’t sure if he’d ever talked to the other student before. He’d seen him sometimes at baseball practice after school, he vaguely remembered, but the peak of their interactions was maybe brushing by each other in the school halls. He seemed friendly enough, Suzaku reasoned, so he crept forward.
“Hey, mind if I join you?” he asked with a smile, taking a seat next to the other boy.
Doesn't M lead to F anyways?
I mean… usually… but not necessarily! O-Only if both partners are ready!
FMK: Euphemia, Rin, Kaede
B-But… I couldn’t kill any of them! L-Let alone … f… ah…
C-Couldn’t I just marry all of them…?
Now that he said it like that, she felt a little silly for not understanding the question. A head tilt on her part because he seemed fairly flustered and she had no idea why. Instead of commenting, she merely smiled and gave a quick nod. “Okay ~! Where did you want to go?”
Seeing as he had been gone for a while she was planning on asking him to do something anyway. Suzaku approaching her just saved her the trouble of finding him!
Suzaku blinked a few times before it registered that Rin had, in fact, said yes. Huh. Well, Suzaku supposed, that had been easier than expected…
“Where…? Hmm…” he hadn’t really thought about that. In fact, he hadn’t even expected to get this far! “Well… what about that karaoke bar, Re_install? Well, we could stop at that pizza place before we go there, too… I mean, whatever you want to do…”