"I noticed you following me three blocks ago. What do you want?"

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i-am-time:

I

          don’t

                                   need a weapon

{I am a weapon.}

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#Thoughts  

Send me a misconception you think people have about my character and I’ll explain if it’s true or not

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when people tag me in random starters (◕ ‿ ◕ ✿) 

when people tag my character in photos with theirs (⊙ ‿ ⊙ ✿)

when people mention my character in separate threads (⊙ ω ⊙ ✿)

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missedthedeadline:

ladyincrimson:

"In that case, there’s a vendor on the corner," she supplied. Stepping into line, she chose to ignore the slightly panicked expression that flitted across his features at the mention of shops.

"Maybe a change of clothes, too," she added, quirking a brow.

Tobias nodded, again, feeling dumb, and followed this woman to the line. He looked down at himself at the mention of clothes. Blue and black spandex. If he had shoes, he’d look like a runner.

"I..don’t have any money. It’s fine."

Sandra shrugged, not wanting to push him too hard. The last thing she wanted to do was scare him off by being too imposing.

"As long as you’re comfortable," she replied, although he gave every indication of being anything but comfortable. "I take it you don’t get out much?"

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missedthedeadline:

ladyincrimson:

"Whatever I can get you." She eyed him curiously out of the corner of her eye as she made her way out of the alley, scanning the street ahead for a vendor.

There was something intense going on in that head of his, she realized. His eyes were a bit too wide, his cheeks a bit too pale; his cool, neutral tone thinly veiling his discomfort.

"Is there a shop you like in particular?"

Shops. Shops. Tobias searched his brain for the name of a shop, but he drew a blank. McDonald’s was the only thing that came to mind after a few minutes, followed by the GAP.

Only because Rachel used to shop there.

"Uh. No preference," he finally said. At least it was night, so the pavement didn’t burn his bare feet. 

"In that case, there’s a vendor on the corner," she supplied. Stepping into line, she chose to ignore the slightly panicked expression that flitted across his features at the mention of shops.

"Maybe a change of clothes, too," she added, quirking a brow.

missedthedeadline:

The corners of his mouth twitched into a stiff smile. “I don’t really drink coffee.” He was tired. Maybe not physically, but..

Tobias knew he was being overwhelmed, trying to find a place in the world again. “I wouldn’t turn down a soda, though.”

"Whatever I can get you." She eyed him curiously out of the corner of her eye as she made her way out of the alley, scanning the street ahead for a vendor.

There was something intense going on in that head of his, she realized. His eyes were a bit too wide, his cheeks a bit too pale; his cool, neutral tone thinly veiling his discomfort.

"Is there a shop you like in particular?"

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missedthedeadline:

Tobias looked reluctant. Very reluctant. “..It’s not magic. It’s technology.” 

Which is all the information he offered at the moment.

Sandra noted his growing wariness, the cautiousness mounting in his blue eyes. If she wanted anything more from the mysterious stranger, she’d have to be less direct about it.

Or at least gain his trust first.

"You look exhausted," she commented. Her mouth curved into a small smile as she surveyed him, abruptly switching tactics. "Can I buy you a cup of coffee, at least?"

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missedthedeadline:

ladyincrimson:

Sandra narrowed her eyes suspiciously, running through all the shapeshifters and magicians she knew. It was possible this coincidence was a trap, she supposed, but there was something in the boy’s unguarded self-consciousness that told her otherwise.

"Well, if you’re planning on attacking, you’ve missed your chance," she said flippantly. "Did someone send you to get my attention?"

"If I was going to attack anyone, I’d’ve stayed a bird," Tobias replied, sounding almost offended. People didn’t even have talons for God’s sake.

And their eyesight was terrible.

"No one sent me."

"I figured as much," Sandra murmured, mostly to herself. "So. Tell me about this…ability of yours."

He might not think she could adapt it, but she was resourceful…and had more than a few powerful magicians up her sleeve.

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missedthedeadline:

ladyincrimson:

Sandra stared down the alley and was met with blue eyes staring back.

Well. For all her experience with magic and the other forces of those she associated with, she had never seen anything quite like that before.

"So there are a few tricks left for me to pick up after all.”

Tobias wanted to pretend that nothing had happened, but she clearly saw the whole thing. He scratched the back of his head and padded out of the alley on bare feet, narrowly avoiding broken glass and old ketchup packets.

"Don’t get your hopes up," Tobias replied with a shy smile. Maybe they could just..ignore it.

Sandra narrowed her eyes suspiciously, running through all the shapeshifters and magicians she knew. It was possible this coincidence was a trap, she supposed, but there was something in the boy’s unguarded self-consciousness that told her otherwise.

"Well, if you’re planning on attacking, you’ve missed your chance," she said flippantly. "Did someone send you to get my attention?"

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