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PostSubject: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Fri Apr 06, 2012 7:20 pm

Kymir walked through the foggy streets of the Death Village. It was even more quieter than normal. A lot of crap had gone down recently. After months of being under the watchful eye of the Akatsuki they had successfully broken free and were now back to be the almighty Death Village, but the place reeked of death. Kymir kicked a can and placed his hands in his pockets. "This wasn't suppose to happen. The plan was suppose to be that we won with as little casualties as possible. It was suppose to be a sneak attack, but they knew." Kymir sighed and looked at the permanently dark sky.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sat Apr 07, 2012 8:13 am

The Death had won. The Akatsuki had gone. The repairs had been almost fully completed. But now it seemed was the period that was always reserved for after battles. A period of mourning. Kazuya walked down the street in the form of a large wolf with satin black fur and gold eyes. He seemed to be just taking a stroll. But what he was really doing was searching for the scents of any leftover Akatsuki. Or any bugs. The Akatsuki now knew the layout of the Death Valley. How things were run. Or rather, they knew how things were run when Satomi had been put in Kazuya's place. Which meant things were going to have to change if they wanted to have a good chance of throwing off the next attack, should there be one. So far, nothing smelled suspicious. Just the street reeking of death. And silence. His ears twitched. He didn't like the silence.

And then he smelled a familiar scent. Kymir. It wasn't too long after the battle that the poor kid had found out who his father was, and tried once again in an unsuccessful attempt to drive Kazuya away. It didn't really matter much to Kazuya just what Kymir was. And he'd heard what Kymir had said. If he were still in his child form, he would be agreeing with Kymir. However, that was no longer the case. Kazuya knew that war came with casualties. Shifting into his human form, Kazuya walked through the dense fog and towards Kymir, considering they'd been walking towards each other to begin with. "Hey Kymir," he called lightly, as to not scare him. "How you holding up?" he asked when he was close enough.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sat Apr 07, 2012 8:58 am

(Your post are awesome.)

Kymir hadn't even picked up Kazuya's scent until the guy called out his name. Kymir looked up from the can he was kicking and peered through the fog as Kazuya stepped through. "I'm holding up just fine," Kymir said shortly. He didn't want to speak to Kazuya or anyone else for that matter. He'd not bothered coming home after the war. In fact he'd decided that he was better off on his own and had crashed the past few days at his old home; which was a rundown old building with broken windows and chipped paint. After the time he'd spent living with Kazuya, it wasn't what he was used to, but he remembered the feeling. It had been his safe haven after he'd escaped from that psychopath. Kymir unconsciously brought his hand up to his chest where the scar was. Those days were over. Dropping his hand he looked off to the side. "I've got things to do."

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sat Apr 07, 2012 9:20 am

(You know it.)

Kazuya raised an eyebrow. "Like kicking a can down a street?" He shook his head. "You know, nevermind. Where have you been? You never came home," he said. He'd been getting worried. He'd decided to give Kymir some time to his self, considering what had happened, though he was actually quite worried that Kymir might do something stupid like run off and out of the Death Valley. He knew that he should give Kymir more credit than that, but who knew.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sat Apr 07, 2012 9:44 am

Kymir frowned. "I was going somewhere, and the can seemed to be something to keep me occupied as I got there," he countered. He started off down the opposite street. "The village is my home." Kymir had at one pointed decided he wanted to leave, but where was he going to go? The Open, the Rogue Forest? A different village? He sighed. He didn't belong in a village, didn't belong in the open, and the rogue forest was not for him either. Mir just wasn't sure, so he'd stayed for the time being. He'd figure something out, but for now, all he wanted was his space, and Kazuya Auren was invading it! Why can't he just leave me alone!

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Tue Apr 10, 2012 2:02 am

Kazuya held back a sigh. "As glad as I am to hear you say that, you can't just keep running away from people whenever something bad or unexpected happens," he said, walking casually in the same direction as Kymir. Just where had he been planning on going anyways? Kazuya looked around. Admittedly, he wouldn't mind taking a casual stroll down the street in his wolf form again. But he'd already had too much time off. Casual encounters would have to wait until after he finished fixing up the village. Kymir however, was a different matter. There was usually nothing casual about encounters with him.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Tue Apr 10, 2012 7:28 am

Kymir kept walking despite knowing Kazuya was following. Why was he so persistent? "What would you know about bad?" He asked. It was a rhetorical question. He didn't want an answer, because he didn't expect Kazuya to give him one. Nothing bad ever happened to Kages. He bet Kazuya had the perfect life. He wasn't dumped in an alley as a newborn child, he wasn't raised by some psycho who didn't have the skills to be a parents; but instead had the qualities of a dog fighter who took pleasure in using and abusing a little kid for two years. Kazuya didn't know what it meant to live on the streets, having to steal just to get by. No, he had everything and Kymir had just gotten a piece of something and now it was all gone because his mother didn't love him enough to drop him on Sabin's doorstep or at least the doorstep of some kind old lady who could have cared for him. No, he grew up with a hard life and it seemed that would always be the way he lived. The hell with them all, Kymir didn't need them. He was a lone soul lost in the darkness, never to find the light.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:11 am

Kazuya blinked at the question. What did he know about... Clearly Kymir had forgotten that when Kazuya was in his kid form, the first thing he'd believed was that hunters were after him. And clearly Kazuya would have to remind him that he didn't have it all good either. "What would I know about bad?" Kazuya repeated. His casual tone from before had disappeared rather quickly. "Lemme ask you something. Do you think that having parents that will love you one moment, then turn around and try to kill you the next is good? Huh? You think that constantly running away from people who are trying to kill you counts as good? That even if you found a home, it would be destroyed and the people you care about killed?" Yeah, what would he know about bad. Right. Kazuya hated it when people assumed just because of where he is now that he had an easy life. It was one thing he couldn't stand. The ultimate pet peeve, if you will. "I know it's hard letting someone in. Hell, I once met someone who had tried to help me, and I pushed them away, just like you're doing right now. Yeah, you've had it rough, but that doesn't mean everyone else had a perfect life either. You should be trying to work with the people who are trying to help you, not trying to push'em away."

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Wed Apr 11, 2012 8:54 pm

Kymir stopped walking and turned to face Kazuya as he added his two cents. Kymir had argued with Kazuya before, this would be no different. Except this time, Kymir wouldn't apologize and he wasn't coming back after he cooled off. Kymir was going to speak, loud and clear. And if Kazuya couldn't take a hint, then there was no hope for him. "Yeah, yeah, whatever. You ever think that maybe I don't want the help that people give me. I was way better off on my own. The only reason you took me in was because you thought I was a Hybrid. Well I'm not. So what does it matter to you whether I came home or not?" He asked. "And instead of worry about me, how about you go worry about your village. "It's not exactly all sunshine and rainbows here either." Kymir didn't even sound angry like Kazuya had become. He sounded more or less annoyed by Kazuya's presence.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Thu Apr 12, 2012 8:37 am

Kazuya ruffled his own hair once in agitation after Kymir finished speaking. "Yeah, that's why I took you in in the beginning, sure, but things change. That reason has long gone and expired," he said. He didn't seem angry anymore, but now he just seemed rather flustered. "It matters because...hell, I've grown to like you. I'm really fond of having you around," he admitted almost sheepishly. Kazuya was usually a pretty prideful guy, but he never let his pride get the better of him. At least, he didn't nowadays. "And what do you think I was doing before I ran into you, anyways?" He was talking about when he'd been stalking the streets in his wolf form. But, knowing how thick the fog was, Kymir might not have even seen him in his wolf form at all.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Fri Apr 13, 2012 7:35 am

Kymir almost smiled, but he stopped himself and bowed his head. "It wouldn't matter anymore. Because now that I know who my dad is, I'd have to live with him. You'd be free to do your Kage stuff without worrying about me...and in the long run, you'd still have Kai." At that very moment he hated his sister more than anything. "Bye Kazuya." Kymir broke out into a run down the alley. He didn't want to talk anymore because he wanted to cry like a little kid. Even though he was just that, he'd learned a long time ago that tears did no justice. It just proved you were weak, and he did not want to be looked upon as weak. He'd made it this far, he could continue to go forward, and there was no one who could stop him.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Fri Apr 13, 2012 9:29 am

(I'd completely forgotten about Kai and Kazzy's relationship until you mentioned it, honestly. -.-; )

"You don't have to live with anyone, you've proven that much," Kazuya said in a slightly irritated tone. Not irritated at Kymir, but more at the fact that Kymir had tried to prove just that on multiple occasions, now being one of them apparently. Kazuya blinked when Kymir mentioned Kai. It had been a really long time since he'd seen her...but now wasn't the time for that. Because after Kymir had mentioned Kai, he'd turned and run off. Kazuya gave an irritated sigh before turning into his black wolf form and taking off down the alley. With Kymir only in his human form, it was no task for Kazuya to catch up. When he did, he turned in front of Kymir so that he was blocking the way before running a paw lightly over his muzzle as if scratching a passing itch on his nose. "Kymir, will you just listen to me for once?" came the deep scratchy voice of his wolf form. If Kymir was at least willing to listen, Kazuya would sit down, but if not, he wasn't moving from his spot blocking Kymir's path.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Fri Apr 13, 2012 4:43 pm

(gasp)

Kymir kept running until he saw something black cross his path and there he saw Kazuya's wolf. "I don't want to listen," he yelled. "I just want you to leave me alone. I like being alone. I like not having to listen. I like my life just the way it is. Without you or Sabin butting into it. I don't need an adult to tell me what to do. I'm perfectly fine the way I am. So leave me alone Kazuya. Forget I was ever hear." Kymir sighed. "Just let me be." Kymir would be willing to fight his way out of this, but Kazuya was stronger and the last thing he wanted to do was fight him.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Fri Apr 13, 2012 8:25 pm

(Shush. It's been a long time.)

Despite the fact that Kymir said he wouldn't hear him out, Kazuya sat down anyways and looked at him with his head tilted. His gold eyes almost seemed to gleam through the fog. "Your life the way is, huh? You mean, the way it used to be before you met me?" He gave what could be the equivolent of a small laugh, though you couldn't really tell what it was when he was in his wolf form. "Can you really go back to being alone so easily, after knowing what it's like to have..." he paused. "To have people that actually care about you?" He'd been about to say the word family, but clearly Kymir would not see it that way. It might have only made things worse. Kazuya, like Kymir, never actually had what could be considered a true family. Kymir and Kai were the closest he'd ever come to one. Kazuya gave a small huff of a sigh. "You just don't get it, do you...no matter where you go, you're going to leave a trail of memories behind. People aren't just going to forget you once you've made an impact on their life."

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Fri Apr 13, 2012 9:55 pm

(Hmph)

Kymir couldn't tell if that was Kazuya's attempt at a laugh, but he wasn't liking it. He didn't find any of this funny. "Go ahead and say it. A family. Is that what you wanted to say? Well, a family hasn't done me much good." Kymir was about to start the blame game, which he was fairly good at doing. "Kai is real family, but apparently our mom thought it'd be a good idea to keep her and not me. Besides, I'm pretty sure she'd be more happy to have you all to herself." Bitterness filled Kymir's tone. "And Sabin, he's real family too. But he didn't have the guts to step up when he found out I was his kid. Instead he stayed on the side and thought everything would be just dandy. That turned out great," he said sarcastically. "And then there's you." Kymir's anger died away. "It was fun while it lasted, but things can never be permanent." From the very beginning Kymir had decided never to get his hopes up. Kazuya had been kind to him the entire time, but now it was time to sever all ties. Kymir wasn't cut out to be the good kid, and he didn't want Kaz wasting his time trying to keep him out of trouble. "Besides, there's a lot more people who want me gone than they do around." Kymir wasn't talking about Sabin and Kazuya anymore. He was talking about before he'd met Kaz and Sabin. He was talking about the people he'd stolen from, the people he'd pick pocketed, those people he'd fought with for the sake of survival. Although he'd made it up to them, he knew that they still resented him. Sometimes he would catch them giving him a look of disapproval, just waiting for him to slip up. Kymir couldn't take it anymore. He didn't want to be somewhere he didn't belong. Maybe things would be better if he'd just tell Kazuya that, but what would the Death Kage do? He couldn't make the villagers stop resenting him for what he'd done, because Kymir had been in the wrong. I'm such a screw up. I was better off down in that hole, being the mutt that I am. I'm not cut out for this.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sat Apr 14, 2012 1:24 am

Kazuya remained sitting with his head slightly tilted as Kymir said the word that had been on his mind. After Kymir had asked if that's what he had wanted to say, Kazuya gave a nod. "Kai's not that kinda kid Kymir," he protested lightly. Kymir was trying so hard to push him away, but he wouldn't have it. He was trying just as hard to convince him to stay. Nobody was better off alone. Now he just had to make Kymir see that. He noticed that the anger faded from Kymir's voice when he mentioned Kazuya. That was...somehow a relief. "Why can't it be permanent? If not forever, then why not just for the time being?" Kazuya's voice was rather sullen as he spoke now. "No one's better off alone Kymir...I can't just sit by and watch you make such a huge mistake like this, you'll only hurt yourself with it..." Another small huff of a sigh escaped Kazuya, making a small visible cloud of steam in front of his face for a moment before it disappeared. Despite the fact that it was spring, it was still a bit chilly. And the fog didn't help.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sat Apr 14, 2012 1:50 am

Kymir felt a smile tugging at the corner of his mouth. "It can't be permanent because I'm not staying here. It's not a mistake, it's something that I'm choosing. And as far as I'm concerned, I have a choice in the matter, and since you're not my legal guardian, you don't." Kymir smiled as he started to back away. "Besides, you wouldn't be able to handle me because I wouldn't be very cooperate. I'd slowly tear apart the same village that I worked so hard to save." But no one will ever respect that, all they care about is the past. "Now, I believe this conversation is over. I have things to do, which don't include trying to convince you to leave me alone, because I'm clearly wasting my breath and so are you."

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sat Apr 14, 2012 11:06 am

(Hehe, he's about to smile.)

Kazuya just stared at Kymir for a moment. "So you're saying that you'd actually listen to your legal guardian?" What appeared to be a small grin appeared on the black wolf's face, and another one of those wolfy laughs escaped. If Kazuya had been in his human form, he probably would have been cracking up. Luckily, he had better control of himself in his wolf form. After a moment, the chuckle died down and his head tilted in curiosity when Kymir smiled. He blinked when Kymir said that he wouldn't be able to handle him. Was that so? Kazuya gave a small snort when Kymir said the conversation was over and stood up, only to walk towards Kymir and around him once. He wasn't sure why he'd done it. "Better things?" he asked, sitting in front of Kymir after the second time circling him. "Like trying to find a new place to live? Because I know where your current one is," he said, referring to that old rundown building that Kymir was living in. Kazuya was starting to think he might just have to resort to picking Kymir up and carrying him off once more, like he'd had to do the first time. He tilted his head again, his gold eyes shining. "You know. If you continue to keep your expectations low like this, everything is going to just seem like a waste of time. If you stay alone it's always gonna seem bad, in one way or another." He paused before giving a small huff and standing back up. "I'm not gonna waste anymore of your or my time, so I'm going to leave now, but I want you to know something. I do want you to come home. Everybody's got something negative about them, and I'd be more than glad to deal with your rambunctious ways if it meant that you didn't have to be alone. And I'm not the only one that wants you to be happy Kymir. Think about it," he said with a nod, before walking past Kymir and back out into the street, keeping an eye out for anything suspicious as he went, just like before. He should really be getting his ANBU on this, but none of them had the sense of smell or hearing that he did.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sat Apr 14, 2012 11:59 am

Kymir hadn't been looking for a new place, but it sounded like Kaz knew where he was staying, so that would be on his agenda today as well. When Kaz finally decided to leave him alone he smiled. Thank you. Kymir started off towards his originally alley. "I wish things could be different," he whispered. "I wish I could see things in a better light despite the past like you Kazuya. But you've had several years to adjust, I'm still just a kid." Part of him was hoping Kaz could hear from this far away so that he'd understand, if not then that was okay to. Once he made it to the ladder next to an apartment he begin to climb until he was on the roof. Jumping from roof to roof he crossed the village, stopping only when he picked up an unfamiliar scent. No, it wasn't unfamiliar, but he didn't often smell that particular scent either. Leaping down from the building, he landed right outside what looked like a burning building, but it wasn't burning, just smoking. Kymir stepped back, the smell was overpowering. "Where is everyone? Why aren't they doing anything?" Oh no, the fog. They think it's just a heavy fog, they can't smell the smoke like I can. What a great day to be in the Death. The sarcasm ended when he heard a low cry. "There's a person inside..." Kymir glanced around. "Someone help, the building, it's on fire and there's a person inside." He got a few glances as if he were crazy. Maybe it was because of the thick fog. Kymir gave a low growl and ran to the door, the second he opened it, everything went up in flames. It took all of he had not to leave whoever was inside to burn. Instead he changed into his wolf and crawled inside. He shouldn't have opened that door. He could barely hear the kid inside due to all the people screaming on the outside. Hang on, I'll get you out. Kymir had wanted things to change, but not like this! He followed the scent of human to the kitchen where he found a little girl not much younger than him crouched under the table. The fear in her eyes was clear.

"Don't hurt me," she cried. Kymir shook his head and turned back. "I'm not, I'm here to help. Come on." He reached out for her but she only backed away. Good thing to because a piece of wood came crashing down from the ceiling. Kymir withdrew his arm. "Are you okay?" A whimper for an answer. Kymir wasn't sure if he could get the kid out. "Where's your parents?" A long silence. "Hey!" Finally she answered, "My dad isn't in town and my mom left to get something from the store, the food was on the stove it started smelling funny and then, then the fire started. I'm scared!" Kymir sighed and turned again. He leaped over the piece of wood and dove under the table, ignoring the child's scream he picked her up and headed for the door, but it was blocked. The smoke was becoming intoxicating. Kymir started for the stairs, they weren't blocked and maybe they could get out from a window. By the time they were up the stairs there was no way of getting back down because they too had caught fire. Please let me make it out of this alive, he thought miserably. The first room he went to was the bathroom. Kymir knew exactly what to do. Setting the girl down he looked around for towels. They were easy to spot. He soaked two and place them over the kid. Picking her up again they went to the window. Kymir broke it and looked down. That's a long way down. And there's no way I can get us both down. Then again, he didn't have to get them both down. He just needed to save the girl.

(And now the action begins)

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sat Apr 14, 2012 12:20 pm

(Ohhh, action indeed)

Kazuya walked through the streets until he heard a scream. More like...several of them. Turning around, he swiftly made his way towards the noises and in no time at all he had the scent of smoke in his nose. When he was close enough to see what was going on, even through the fog, he turned back into a human mid run and stopped in front of a person. "Is anyone in there?" He didn't get an answer, just a shaking woman. He gave a low growl and looked towards the house. Only one way to find out. Starting towards the house, he stopped as he heard a window break. Backing up, Kazuya looked up at the window to see if it was a person or just the fire breaking things. There were figures up there, that was for sure. Now, Kazuya was never the best at chakra control, but he could do the basics, like manipulating it to his hands and feet. Which is exactly what he did now as he scaled the side of the house, avoiding windows as he went. This fire was already so large, how could someone have allowed it to get so big without realizing? Then again, things like this happened all the time. As he went, he had to hold his breath for most of the time. Even in his human form his senses were still above that of the average human's, so that just made it worse. Kazuya paused only for a moment in shock when he reached the window to see Kymir with a child. He made it up enough so he could hold on with one arm. "Kymir, give me the girl, I'll bring her down and come back up for you as quick as I can, okay?" He wasn't completely panicked, but he was far from calm at this point. "I promise," he said with a slight nod. But they had to hurry. Large parts of the building, especially on the floor below, were already collapsing.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:15 pm

Kymir was looking for someplace safe to drop the girl from the window, but all that was below them was the bare ground. That's when he saw Kazuya. Kymir had never been happier to see him, minus the argument they'd just had a few moments ago. Funny how the universe worked. When Kaz started to explain what he had planned out Kymir only nodded and handed him the girl who clung to Kazuya as if he were the last tangible thing on earth. Had it not been for all the smoke Kymir would have told Kazuya not to make a promise he couldn't keep, but instead he watched them go down. The heat of the fire was ridiculously hot and he glanced over his shoulder to make sure the flames had not reached him yet. Kymir wasn't sure if he should be scared now. He'd kept calm for the sake of the little girl, but now he was all alone in a burning building. Kazuya was right, it wasn't fun being alone and the last thing Kymir wanted to do was die alone in a burning building, even if he had saved someone in the process. Coughing he went back to the window to get some oxygen, but it seemed the open window was only feeding the flames and the smoke was blinding his view. He could no longer see what was happening on the ground. "Kazuya, please hurry."

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sun Apr 15, 2012 5:51 am

When Kazuya was close enough towards the ground, he jumped the rest of the way down, holding the girl so she would know he wouldn't drop her. He rushed over to a few ninja who had come along. "You, take the girl," he said, handing the girl to one of them. "Jessica, go find our ninja that specialize in water jutsu, hurry. Kin and Walter, clear the bystanders from the area," he instructed. Turning, Kazuya started towards the building, only to have a window on the first floor blow out and spray glass shards everywhere. Kazuya covered his face with his sleeve, and when he looked back, the outer wall of the house had caught fire. His eyes widened. The smoke was thick, he couldn't see Kymir anymore. But he knew where the window was, where Kymir would be. "Kymir, I need you to jump down! The side of the house caught fire, I can't get up," he called. "I'll catch you, but I need you to jump!" He added last moment. "You can trust me Kymir." Kazuya wasn't sure if Kymir trusted Kazuya, but if he didn't trust him enough to jump, there was no damn way he was gonna leave Kymir up there. He'd climb up there even if it meant getting burned. But for now, this was the simpler option.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sun Apr 15, 2012 9:51 am

Kymir felt rather than heard the bottom floor blow out. The floor seemed to sway under him and he grasped the side of the window to keep himself steady. Why was Kazuya taking so long to get back up here? Kymir wished he didn't know the answer when Kaz called up to him, saying he had to jump because the wall was on fire. "I can't," Kymir whimpered. It wasn't that he didn't trust Kazuya, he just didn't want to end up dying if Kaz didn't catch him. "It's too far," Kymir called down. He couldn't even see through all the smoke, so how would Kazuya? He backed away from the window and looked for another option, but the door where he'd come in was already blocked. Kymir gave a small cough. The smoke was burning his throat and stinging his eyes. Crossing back to the window he peered down. "Isn't there any other way for me to get down?" He asked. Even if there was an answer to be given, Kymir didn't hear it because of a large crack overhead and then a piece of wood slammed right beside him, ripping open the floor. Kymir didn't have to catch onto something before the ground beneath him caved in. The next thing he knew was that he was dangling off the edge, below him flames whipped at his legs. "KAZUYA!" Kymir screamed. He tried pulling himself, but the piece of wood he was hanging on started to slid backwards, pushing him closer to the flames.

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sun Apr 15, 2012 10:07 am

Kazuya had hoped that he wouldn't hear that answer. Anyone would be afraid to jump from that height, especially a kid of Kymir's age. Kazuya was about to respond when he heard something big fall, followed by the sight of the floor caving in through a first floor window. And then Kymir's scream. "Dammit," he cursed before he hurriedly started up the side of the building. The smoke was extremely thick, but there was no way he was just gonna leave Kymir. When he got to the window and realized that Kymir was no longer at it, he knew what had happened and he jumped through immediately, covering his mouth and nose with his sleeve. Once he spotted the cave-in through the smoke, Kazuya saw Kymir hanging onto wood. He immediately knelt down and took a hold of Kymir's arm, pulling him back up. When he did, the floor beneath him creaked and swayed, letting up another cloud of smoke. Kazuya put his sleeve instead over Kymir's mouth as he picked the boy up and started back towards the window. Chances were, he'd have to jump. Kymir was bigger than the girl had been, it would be harder to climb down. "Hold on Kymir," he said between small coughs. He had to try not to inhale the smoke, but at the same time he'd wanted to make sure that Kymir would hold onto him. With Kymir in one arm, Kazuya started down the side of the building again, but the wall was becoming engulfed in flames before he could reach the bottom. They were still pretty high up, and with the extra weight, this would very likely do some kind of damage to his legs if he managed to land right. But there was nothing else he could do, he was getting burned climbing down. Holding onto Kymir, Kazuya turned and pushed himself off the side of the building, landing heavily on the ground on both feet before dropping to a knee with a light gasp. He'd been right, the weight had been a bit too much. Either way, they were down safe and the ninja specializing in water had just arrived. Kazuya took a moment to catch his breath before looking to Kymir. "You -*cough* you okay?"

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PostSubject: Re: The Term Death Wasn't Suppose to be Literal    Sun Apr 15, 2012 10:22 am

Between the stinging smoke, the rising heat of the flames against his legs, and the thought that Kazuya wouldn't be able to get to him in time Kymir had started to cry a bit. When Kazuya was suddenly there Kymir blinked the tears away. He too held onto Kazuya's jacket, but his grip was a bit looser than the girl's. Kymir wasn't sure if a child of his age could have a heart-attack, but when Kazuya suddenly jumped his heart seemed to drop to his stomach. He was thankful they landed safely. Crawling out of Kazuya's arms he nodded when Kaz asked if he was okay. Just a few burns, he'd live. "Are you?" He asked. He felt like a little kid all over again. Well, he was still a kid, but he felt less independent. Kymir looked around at the surrounding villagers, his gaze stopping on the ninja that were water specialist. Better late than never I suppose. He looked back at Kazuya. Clearing his throat he spoke, "Thank you." What he wanted to say was that he was sorry for being a jerk earlier and that he wanted to come back home. Instead he wiped his soot stained face and half sneezed, half coughed.

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