Subject: Don't Yank a Leopard's Tail Tue Sep 25, 2012 9:25 am
A crunch of a thick, white boot and the steely gaze of amethyst eyes perused the food stands surrounding the imposing figure. Today was Mizuki's 'walk around town and contemplate what to do next when it came to leadership of her clan.' However as much as she wanted to just simply enjoy it, and sort things out, the damned clan elders had to send scouts to bring her back so she could settle stupid shit. Couldn't they get stuff done without her? Oh no... She growled low under her breath, a normal for her clan to express their irritation in more animalistic way.
She approached one of the stands and got herself a bit of dango, even though she loathed sweets, and went back to crunching down the ice streets in her skin tight, and very thin-looking outfit. In actuality, the outfit kept heat in and was made of hilariously thickly woven layers, just stretched tightly one over the next. She pulled on her sleeve as she masticated her innocent dango, imagining the poor things to be the clan elder's heads...
Mizuki finally settled on a park bench, shoving the snow off the top of it, and allow new snow to gather on her as she munched on her dango. She frowned at the sweet, brows bunched together as she stared at them and then at the trash can across from her. She flung it across the gap between her and the can, not putting much effort into ringing the can, but ringing anyway.
She then sighed and let her head lean back to stare up at the grey sky. She just wished the sky would be blue for just a few moments, just so she could feel the sunshine and not be such a grouch today. Like that was going to happen. She flipped the sky off, and then went back to relaxing, back to trying to be normal.
Today seemed to be one of those days where everyone would constantly bitch about the weather and what not and honestly, even though probably no one knew this, it was Nami's fault being constantly pounded with work he has yet to visit the dragon heart recently and so now with the cold filling in the clouds began to move in as well casting depressing shadows over the village. Despite this Nami would not be deterred he would walk around his village with a pleasing smile upon his face waving to almost everyone as he passed by, some of the villagers were rather upset with Nami due to events prior but in time they would get over it.
Nami had his normal attired dawned which included his kage cloak, baggy jeans and his weapons. Walking around the market seemed to be what everyone was doing today so hell why wouldn't he ofcourse he probably wasn't going to shop but still this was a good way to meet new people. He spotted a lady whom seemed to be irritated and releasing some of that rage toward the sky which made Nami smile, he approached her and stood behind her ofcourse this probably wasn't the best idea but hell why not? " you know I don't think flicking off the sky will do you much good in this situation in fact it'll probably make it worse, just saying" if anything the outcome would probably him getting yelled at or slapped but the slap option was probably out of the question seeing how he towered over most people in his village.
She opened her eyes and stared back at the figure standing over her with a frown. She tried to get a good view of his face, but the shadows from the now slowly appearing sun were preventing her from seeing his features. She got up and turned about to face him, eyes narrowed as she stared at the man before her.
"Well, obviously, you seem to be wrong." she stated, staring slightly up at the man. Something was going off in her head that she should know this guy, and for the first few minutes, she stared quizzically at him. Then, it hit her like an avalanche, and she gave him an icy smirk, flicking her indigo locks out of her eyes. "You know, I didn't recognize you at first, but now that I do... Well, damn."
She smiled genuinely now, walking around the bench to his side and leaning against the back of it, crossing her arms over her chest. "So you need something, Kage Nami, or you just trying to get away from annoying people too? The clan elders have been pestering me about stupid shit all day. Stupid shit that they should be able to take care of. I've got better stuff to worry over." she sighed, leaning back to watch the clouds close over the sun, and white flakes of snow to begin drifting down. "More snow. Yea..." she stated sarcastically to him as she shook her hair of the white stuff, only to have it attract more. Its like it multiplied.
"Nope not wrong at all for all you know I could've caused the sun to appear for that split second" As she inspected him in an attempt to discover who he was he would smile. After it finally dawned upon her who he was he laughed to himself "didn't think it would take all that to figure out who I was I thought i stuck out like a sore thumb but that apparently isn't the case". He would stare about the market as people continued to move to a fro with a care in the world even though "that" event still probably lingered within their minds. The female, now at his side, seemed to have asked him why he was here, he would look to her and smile "not necessarily, although the constant paper work can get annoying but no at the moment I am just checking on my people and the village is all but I'll have to get back to my leadership duties sooner or later and so I choose later" after answering he listened to hear ramble on about stupid shit and elders pestering her which gave Nami the thought that she may have been in charge or the leader of something.... A clan perhaps?
He wanted to help as a clan leader and a kage he felt he had the means to help but he just didn't know how to go about it he didn't want to just go questioning her she might feel as if he is insulting her and he didn't really want to add that to his list of shit that has gone down. As the snow began to drift once more, Nami stuck his tongue out an let the small flakes of ice land on it and putting it back into his mouth soon after. "So it seems you are having issues with the elders in your clan hmm? know this though you still have the final say no matter what so in the end if you don't feel like doing the work at the time then don't, if you want to appoint the work to someone else then do so but try not to slack off to much". Nami wasn't really sure if he helped at all but the deed was done and the words had already been spoken to late to take it back she could either cast them aside or attempt to take it to heart.
Subject: Re: Don't Yank a Leopard's Tail Thu Sep 27, 2012 1:40 am
A bitter cold wind blew Through the streets as kataro walked slugishly around town , today was nothing but then a lazy day for him as he yawned softly to himself ,as he turned the corner he looked up at the sky before catchng a small snowflake in his hand he then gazed down the street seeing lord nami and a young woman talking.
" Whats lord nami and that woman up to ?" Kataro thought to himself as he hid carefully in the shadows of a nearby alleyway atemping to listen to their coversation while using the tip of his kunia to keep an eye on them .
Subject: Re: Don't Yank a Leopard's Tail Fri Oct 12, 2012 12:27 pm
She smirked at him and cracked her neck, stretching her spine like a cat as she leaned against the back of the bench. "You know, if you weren't the kage, I would doubt the fact that you know who I am." she stated with one sharp canine exposed to him, a trademark grin of hers as the smile fell from her face and was replaced with a stony look that could almost kill as she realized he clearly didn't know her.
"This is ridiculous! And you call yourself a kage!" she snarled at him, suddenly in his face, eyes narrowed like a cat's when she pins her prey down. "You should at least know the clan leaders of your village, especially the ones of the clans who have been here the longest. How. Pathetic." she hissed, turning on her toe and stomping off, angry as hell.
Once she had gotten a good distance from him, she whirled around, her hair falling in her eyes as she stared him down. "You.. You!! Oh, I don't even have the words to describe the shame and anger at the fact that my very own kage doesn't even know my clan name." she growled at him. In fact it was true, she did feel some sort of shame that he didn't recognize her or her trademark hair... He obviously didn't seem to recognize anything! At least, in her opinion.
She swirled back around and stomped off again, flicking her hair out of her face as she called back to him. "Oh, and by the way, I'm Mizuki Yukiyami, leader of the Yukiyami clan, one of the very first clans to group together and help make this village, you foolish man." She made no plans to turn around and apologize to him, as she was sure any of the elders would have done the same. The Yukiyami clan was a stubborn, easily offended lot, and once this got back... Oh.. There would be hell...
Subject: Re: Don't Yank a Leopard's Tail Sat Oct 13, 2012 10:51 pm
Nami was taken back by her sudden vicious insults, stating how he was a pretty poor excuse for a kage for not knowing who she was and what clan she hailed from. He didn't react like any other male would which usually would be yelling back in retaliation, no he thought about it for a second he never really openly state he didn't know who she was and his expression probably didn't give this off either so unless she could read minds she was obviously taking a wild guess stating he didn't know of her and since they didn't really get to the exchanging of names part of the conversation this was a pretty extreme guess, that or she was releasing some pent up aggression out on him. Nami stared at her while she stormed away, whatever the case was Nami was still the target he looked toward the sky and sighed nothing really seemed to be going his way at all this month. Nami still pretty much stunned didn't really know weather to follow and apologize for nothing or leave her be, after all she did just insult him to the point where most would probably be on the point of lashing out at something.
Putting his hands in his pockets he would walk after the female not really rushing to get yelled at once more but he at the least he wanted to clear this all up. If he ran now he could easily catch up and yet he kept his steady pace, at this rate it would be some time before he could catch unless she slowed down. Thinking on it what the hell would he say if he did catch up there was nothing to really say other then that she was wrong which probably wouldn't help his case. Upon this thought Nami stopped in his tracks this wouldn't get him no where, she probably wouldn't want to be around him anytime soon, he jumped up on top of a nearby roof and watched her walk away at the least he would wait until she was out of sight.
Subject: Re: Don't Yank a Leopard's Tail Sat Nov 03, 2012 12:33 am
Kataro's chakra slowly began to pour out of his body as he heard the female insult the man whom he respected as much as his own father kataro launched himself off the ground causing a small amount of snow to fly up and began to fall again torwards Nami , Kataro threw his kunia infront of the woman's path impailing it into a tile leaving a small crack. Insulting lord nami sama I don't care if you are the head of a clan it doesn't give you the right to be a bitch ! Kataro pointed at her with his index finger .