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 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Tag: Sun
10
POSTS
EIGHTEEN
RWBY
FAUNUS
VIGILANTE/JOURNALIST
TAIYa (dreamhorses9@yahoo.com)
SHE/HER
"The time has come to bring you down. Take the power back and show you how."



TAG: Sun
WORDS: 582
NOTES: <3
WEARING: Volume 4 outfit
SETTING: Evening sitting on marble architecture at the train station
CREDIT: Pictures found online and cropped by Kent
After having been so fired up about what to do next with her life, Blake felt stalled now. Like she had finally determined to take back the White Fang and liberate her people using peaceful methods again, and now there didn't even seem to be faunus in this place! A look of frustration flitted across her features, her ears curling down over themselves as she dropped her chin into her hand and glanced around the train station.

People sat and stood around as they waited for the last train out for the night to depart...well the only train out for the night to depart. Unsure of what to do with themselves, her and Sun had come here every so often to ensure that no new people that came on one of the trains were any of their loved ones. From what the authorities of this place had said, it was a possibility. And since there wasn't much else to do, they had started coming here in hopes of finding someone else they knew. Blake herself had a book propped open in her lap that she was reading as they waited, though Sun's interruptions and never ending conversation made it much harder to get through an entire book than in the past.

A hissing noise alerted her that the regular train into Hialao was arriving, causing her ears to swivel in that direction and her amber eyes to flicker from the page in her book toward the looming metal figure. In doing so, she also took in the sight of Sun beside her and studied him for a few seconds. His wound had gotten better, though she worried he was pushing things being in this place and unable to rest as he should. He didn't seem to worry too much about it though, as he'd usually give her a grin and do something entirely dorky whenever she asked about it.

It was...good to have him here with her. As frustrating as he could be sometimes, forcing her to feel things, Blake was happy to not be alone anymore. Sun was good company, even if he did make her feel crazy. It was good to have him around...truthfully she had gotten so accustomed to his constant presence even before coming here that it felt like she might not know what to do without it. It was a terrifying thought...though less so now than before. "Do you think anyone new is in there this time?"


3
POSTS
NINETEEN
RWBY
FAUNUS
JOURNALIST/VIGILANTE
KENT (HE/HIM)
HE/HIM
MAKE ME SMILE WHEN THE WORLD'S COME UNDONE

Though he had been asked by some police guysno less than four times since coming to Hialao that he not hang from the lampposts, Sun Wukong hung up-side down from a lamppost by his tail, arms crossed over his chest, as finished the story he was telling Blake.

”… and that’s why Mistral doesn’t bother keeping horses anymore…” Sun twisted his mouth to the side and scratched at his temple, as he considered it. ”Actually, that’s an understatement. The headmaster banned them from the academy. It took a whole day to get one of them out of his office, and the headmaster was hidden under his desk the whole time!” His body rocked from his hanging position while he let out a few heavy chuckles, recalling the absurity. ”I made those horses preeeeeeetty angry.” And everyone else on campus, he didn’t add. The punishment was the least interesting part of the story, by far.

Stretching out and yawning now that he was done, Sun stole a glance over at Blake for the hundredth time on the evening, and he found her in the same state as the last few times he had checked – looking super cute with her book in her lap. To be honest, Sun couldn’t be sure she had completely listened to his story, but she was a good multi-tasker. She had probably caught the high points in between all the reading. The Faunus spared a few extra, bright-eyed seconds appreciating the chance to look at her until the screaming of brakes nearby pulled his attention away from the raven-haired huntress-in-training to the evening train’s appearance.

Though Sun didn’t get overly excited, since they had come here every night hoping to find familiar faces from home and had gone home without finding anyone for almost a whole week now, he did rock back and forth more eagerly on his tail with the anticipation. If someone did show up – Neptune, Scarlet, Yang, Ruby, someone from JNPR or CFVY, anyone – Sun would be more than a little happy to see them. He was thrilled that it was Blake that was here with him and that he could help keep her out of danger, but he knew they both wanted to know things back home were okay. That was the only thing bothering them. Anything could have been happening back in the real world, and they wouldn’t have a clue!

”There it is,” he cheerfully and needlessly announced, before he rocked backwards, then forwards, and flipped off of the lamppost to skillfully land on his feet in a flourish. After taking a second to stretch, Sun glanced back at Blake as she finally spoke up. Sun knew what she meant when she said “new” – new people like them. About every other night when they had come here to see who hopped off the train, they had run into a few people who had just arrived in this crazy-dimension-place like they had, and those people were always as confused as he and Blake had been when they had arrived here together. If Sun remembered right from the evening before, no new people had shown up, so they were probably due for some lost soul showing up. ”It wouldn’t surprise me,” he told her, clasping his hands behind his head. ”And maybe it’s one of our people this time. I mean, if both of us showed up at the same time, there has to be some connection between our world and this one.” Well, there didn’t have to be, but it made sense to Sun. If it kept Blake encouraged, it was worth bringing up.

The doors opened, and though the sky was getting dim, Sun could see all the people pouring out clearly with his Faunus eyes. Each face, he studied. Nope… no… nuh uh… nope… All of them strangers, so far.
TAG: BLAKE | WORDS: 640 | NOTE(S): <3
10
POSTS
EIGHTEEN
RWBY
FAUNUS
VIGILANTE/JOURNALIST
TAIYa (dreamhorses9@yahoo.com)
SHE/HER
"The time has come to bring you down. Take the power back and show you how."



TAG: Sun
WORDS: 636
NOTES: <3
WEARING: Vol. 4 outfit
SETTING: Train station early evening
CREDIT: Pictures found online and cropped by Kent
As was normally the case, Blake could multitask between reading a few lines in her book and listen halfway to Sun's ranting, which she did now. It wasn't Sun's fault that she had gotten to a very exciting part of her book and couldn't quite put it down in favor of listening to his story, but it was to his credit that she stopped every few lines and turned her attention toward him for long enough to keep up with his story.

Of course, his current position was as entertaining as his story, and eventually he won out over the book in terms of entertainment. Amber eyes shifted away from her book as he finished his story, taking in his upside down appearance. It shouldn't be surprising anymore how eccentric the faunus was, but sometimes she still found herself surprised that a person- no, faunus could remain so lighthearted and full of fun even when the world had seemed to go to hell. It had already been hell for the faunus long before the downfall of Beacon and the orchestration of behind the scenes maneuverings, but Sun didn't seem to have been effected by that in the slightest. How, she might never know, though Vacuo did seem...too unorthodox to be as concerned about racism as other places. It seemed that his home kingdom had been so full of chaos that it didn't seem to be a concern.

Whatever his secret, Blake envied him for it, and counted herself lucky to have him in her life- though she had yet to tell him that. Perhaps she should...one of these days.

"It sounds like Mistral was a very...chaotic place," she finally offered, though her amber eyes softened and her ears flickered affectionately as she said it. Ultimately a moment later she realized that in Beacon, they had completely trashed the school in a food fight between team RWBY and JNPR. Perhaps all the hunter and huntress academies were based off eccentric people and actions.

Affectionately- though she attempted to hide that affection a moment later- Blake's ears tilted forward when Sun disengaged from the lamppost and settled beside her. Not for the first time did she feel thankful to not be in this place alone, and that it was him that was with her. Her mother was right...Sun was good for her. She should tell him that too, though honestly it was surprising with his eavesdropping tendencies he hadn't burst into that private conversation as well.

Dork.

"Mhm," she agreed. As the train pulled into the station, Blake's sensitive ears picked up sounds of yelling coming from the train. Quickly pulling her legs up and under her body until she crouched on the marble on one knee, the faunus' ears pinned back against her ears before flickering forward to try and catch the sounds. "Sun, did you hear that?"


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