a thing for ambiguousintentions
[gonna reblog this over here too]
I suppose if an end was inevitable … I would want to spend those very last moments with the reason why I continue living today.
I would want to be able to be by my younger brother’s side. I would want to make sure my unspoken promise of protecting him until I died would be seen to the very end.
[Let’s pretend whatever is in the box is to your liking.]
[If you are wondering, yes I am a bit motivated to update more … often.]
For the longest time I haven’t had the slightest bit of solace. In and out these peons run; more and more work piled upon an already excruciating amount of duties.
… Complaints about work aside and answering your question the way you’ve intended it to be, I would say no. I have my younger brother to keep me company if ever the event I feel lonely.
It’s an odd thought. I rarely think about that. Intimate relations are things I tend to avoid, especially when I’ve more serious matters to attend to for the time being.
Hrm. Well … when I am not being summoned to the Fields of Justice or tending to the Grand General’s requests, I spend that time with my younger brother. I don’t see him as much as I would like to due to conflicting affairs.
It’s not that I have necessarily died, and my questions don’t “suck” … but they are sort of boring. The majority of my ask box are inquiries about other champions or my opinion on other champions, and I find that boring and I don’t want to answer them.
My absence has also been because … well, I’m spending a lot more time on my main blog. If I’m not interested in updating, then I shouldn’t be pressured to update. /shrug
It’s not like I have any presence in this community anyway.
abovecowardice started following you
… This is… somewhat odd but not entirely inconceivable given that I have fought clones of myself on the Fields of Justice before.
Believe me, I thought the same when I first opened up to questions some time ago. From what I know, there are many more of these clones running about doing the same as we are, though the lot aren’t too troublesome.