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Ishida Uryu (
2016-07-06 04:42 am (UTC)
[Though Atia had been clear on the subject of not being able to bring anything material with them, Ishida hoped the blood tablets would prove to be an exception. Truthfully, it was the one consideration he wondered if he should have given greater weight to, and now it's awfully late to second-guess her decision.]
[Still, if it came down to it, he would offer himself to slake her thirst in a heartbeat. He understood that how it would change him, what he would become – that he would be bound to her forever. But she was giving up everything she'd ever known, everyone she'd ever known, just to be with him. In comparison to the sacrifice she was prepared to make, accepting being bound to her for life wasn't even a price, merely an affirmation of the commitment he'd already made that they would stand side by side, no matter what tomorrow brought.]
[He couldn't help but smile softly – he remembered that outfit. It was nostalgic. He hoped Atia would allow that to pass through to his world as well – it would be a little awkward for Yuuki if she arrived in his world without a stitch of clothing to wear.]
I think that's only natural, actually, that you've been focusing on what's in front of you, on what you already know.
My accommodations are far more modest, where I come from, than they are here, but they should be comfortable enough for both of us.
[They already shared a bed, after all.]
Karakura town, where I live, is a suburb of Tokyo, the capital of Japan. A visit to the city or the beach is just a train ride away. Karakura itself is, in all mundane considerations, quite unexceptional.
What makes it notable is that it is the jureichi. Though normal humans are unaware, it has the greatest concentration of paranormal activity on Earth, or at least paranormal activity linked to the afterlife.
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