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Homura Akemi




((While I have some time. ))

((I wanted to let everyone who follows me to know that I’m not going to have much time to rp between now and March 11th.

I’m back in college and I’m finding less and less time to even get to rp. So I may consider this to be a hiatus or just not going to be on very often. ))


3 notes | Reblog | 2 years ago

bookwormrabi:

horuma:

She was rather used to watching people from afar. Both from her being too shy to really talk to others and when she became distant from others for their own good. Back with her old self she had always been watching people. To know when to try and talk, when to keep silent, when to try and attempt to get closer, and when to keep away from others. “It really is interesting on how much you can pick up with humans when you simply sit and watch. You start to pick up little habits and you can eventually tell when something is off with them.” Though she doubted that she was experienced as Lavi seemed to be on that subject. While she only had fellow students to really study upon, with his duty as an Exorcist he must have seen a wide range of different groups to compare to.

“We are but I suppose it’s just in our nature. Most have great sorrow when a loved on passes, and we always wish that there was a way to get them back.” she said, thinking back to that fateful day when this mess started, “It just can’t be helped.” Yet most people never seemed to try on their own to search out ways to bring people back. Not unless an outside force came to them with promises that would seem too good to be true to someone of a leveled mind. “It’s that grief that clouds our minds and judgement. to where we just can’t think with a clear mind to choose what would be the right choice, to decline and let those who have passed be.” She knew that she was guilty of having that happen. Though if given the choice to do so again she would be torn on what to do; to let her friend have such a valiant end or to continue doing this in order to have a chance of a happy ending. It was hard when you knew what was right but were still tangled in the vines of longing to still having her around.

Nodding she said, “You never do. No one can simply predict the future.” All she could do is try, it was all she could really do anymore. “It’s simply up to the few of this generation that can see that to try and do something about it. We just have to give our all in order to try and give the coming generations a better life to live.”

It was true that it wasn’t easy to always do the right thing. “True. I guess I may just need some practice in trying to learn how to do the right things. Sometimes it’s just something that gets easier with experience while others it needs a mind that is strong in its resolve.”

“I know it will. I’ve seen some of the signs already.” she said counting the times where she had almost broken down, “It can just be hard at times. I don’t want to see them suffer, yet I want to see them gain the strength to carry on at the same time. Conflicting values can be quite troublesome at times.”

Now this was something that others needed to realize. Something that they needed to learn and keep in the back of their mind. “People really are simpleminded if they cannot realize this.” He wasn’t calling Homura dumb, but the majority of humanity as a whole could fit into this category. “Its pretty pathetic because most do not understand just how much things could change if they watched a little more instead of acting upon faulty instincts.”

Shaking his head he sighed. “You’d think that humanity would learn, but when you dabble in something that’s out of the normal human realm without knowing the consecquences, you’re just asking for it.” It was a pessimistic view of the world, but it was the closest you could get tot he truth. Grief was just too powerful to get over if you were not strong enough. Even when you were strong, you still had room to fall. “While it makes sense to continue to want to try, to continue to see what could happen, there are times that one must simply let go.”

If that was true, then there would be humans with powers closer to god. Which he didn’t believe in by the way, so that idea was shot down rather quickly. Nodding he smiled. “Sometimes the right thing is what seems like the thing that will hurt the most.”

Ah, so she had kept too much on her shoulders for far too long if she could say that. It was good to see that she realized this however, because she could change that. “You’ll have to let them pick their own path, but remind them that you’re there and you know what could happen if they stray from it.” If they actually believed her that time, it would do them a lot of good in the long run.

Well she didn’t really think that people didn’t realize it. In fact when others usually comforted those around them who had lost someone important to them they would usually explain that the person was in a better place and the such. But there just always seemed to be something with the power of grief to just swipe that knowledge from one’s mind. “I don’t think that calling them simpleminded can really define it well or properly enough. There are some who do try to help others and act when needed because they can’t help but want to help others. Yet at the same time there are people who will only watch and not do anything at all.” In her opinion it was hard to find people who could fit into a happy medium.

"Some people can’t really prepare for how great the loss would effect them. It takes all of their rational thinking away. Though I’m certain that there had to be people who still have a level head to keep out of things like that even during such times. It just depends on the person I suppose." It was a personal and situational thing. There were some people who were overly emotional about things concerning death just as there were people who could just bat their eyes and not care less. Though, usually, there was always someone that could effect a person the greatest. "Of course. It’s always better to let someone go in the end. But if a deed has been done that can’t be undone then it’s up to that person to deal with it and take responsibility."

That was usually how it went. Half the time you had to give up more than what you would receive for a choice you needed to make. But it was just how the world worked in her mind. “But in the end you need to do what’s best for everyone. Even if it doesn’t always benefit you it just can’t be helped at times.”

"You’d be a bit surprised at how stubborn and childish they can be at times. So there are times where I feel like I’m baby sitting them. Yet there are times where they can easily stand on their own and do their own thing." It was just a matter of keeping an eye out for them so she knew which she should expect. But then again, at the age they were all at now, she knew that it was to be expected. They didn’t have many years of experience with life and how things worked for some of the issues they would com to face.


42 notes | Reblog | 2 years ago

bookwormrabi:

horuma:

Homura smiled slightly. It seemed like that was the big thing about people, that they were just all little mysteries that would either be solved one day or remain as such until the end of time. “I guess it just reminds us that we don’t always know everything. That there is always something to learn about someone or something as we go through life.” Perhaps it was just nature’s way to keep them humble in a sense. There was no way that a person could learn every single thing in the world without still needing to learn more.

“A sort of equivalent exchange in a way. There are some things that you can guess that can be worth just as much as something else. However with matters of life it’s hard to say.” she said. One person will have a different worth compared to another no matter who you asked. From just asking a close friend, a stranger on the street, or even powers beyond their control. “Though that never stops others from trying to see how they can mess that that exchange if given the chance.”

He could be searching for a challenge? That could be true since he was so used to having his way. And anything that was unexplainable to didn’t go his way did seem to intrigue his interest much more. “Perhaps I need to try and draw his eyes to me more often. Maybe then I might be able to do something with him if I’m able to draw him to me.” She had never thought of doing that before. Though if it would work then maybe she could work it to her benefit. “We’re all naive at a point though. When we think that we know what’s best over another’s opinions. And that’s usually when we’re as young as we are, because who tends to think that nothing can hurt them when they’re in their youth?” There always did tend to be a lot of young people who thought that nothing could touch them because they simply had the mindset that they were too young to die. Yet that’s usually what led to the downfall of many.

“I suppose it’s just something that you have to try and find a comfortable medium in. To know when to fall back and let others take care of some situations and then to involve yourself more to help out.” she saw it as one of those trail and error situations. No one ever knew what the right thing to do was all the time, she just thought that if you did what you saw was best then it might work out for the better. Of course there was always the chance to fail horribly but that was always a risk you had to take no matter what you did.

She signed, knowing the truth of his words. “I know, but at the same time I have to have some faith in what they can do. So they can continue to grow on their own.” She knew that she couldn’t just hold their hands and take on all their problems by herself.

Nodding he hummed in agreement. “Its one of the things that make humans rather interesting if you look at them objectively from afar.” Even when a normal behavior was inked out for a group of people, there would be anomalies that would pop up, it was inevitible. It had a way of slapping people in the face, shocking them to the core. A bit of humbling that more people could use.

“Humans are idiots when it comes to wanting to dabble with life and death.” It was rather pathetic really, considering just how much sorrow and anguish came from dipping their hands into things that should have been left alone. “No matter what atrocities happen, there’s at least one person that gets it in their head that if they can control the balance of life and death, they’ll become a god. Its  a neverending cycle.”

Sighing heavily at the reminder of history he frowned. 

No matter where he went, he encountered so many battles. War, skirmishes, fights…it just continued to prove the neverending cycle of stupidity.

“You won’t no until you try, so why not?” It might actually do her some good to attract the attention of Kyuubey, just long enough to make him realize that she was serious. Not that being shot in the head with a gun wasn’t serious, but with guys like that…you had to really get through to them before they believed you. “This is true, yet at the same time, bot the naive youth and the too set in their ways elders need to find a way to come to a compromise, because if they dont…it would just push the next generation further out of touch.”

Straightening up a bit as he listened to her talk he made a harsh clicking sound in the back of his throat as he cleared it. “Its nothing ever easy to do sometimes, but when its needed—its best to be able to do it instead of having to wrench yourself away.”

Nodding lightly he agreed with her statement. “You’ll just have to wait and see how things turn out, because you can’t take everything on your shoulders. It would just break you.”

She was rather used to watching people from afar. Both from her being too shy to really talk to others and when she became distant from others for their own good. Back with her old self she had always been watching people. To know when to try and talk, when to keep silent, when to try and attempt to get closer, and when to keep away from others. “It really is interesting on how much you can pick up with humans when you simply sit and watch. You start to pick up little habits and you can eventually tell when something is off with them.” Though she doubted that she was experienced as Lavi seemed to be on that subject. While she only had fellow students to really study upon, with his duty as an Exorcist he must have seen a wide range of different groups to compare to.

"We are but I suppose it’s just in our nature. Most have great sorrow when a loved on passes, and we always wish that there was a way to get them back." she said, thinking back to that fateful day when this mess started, "It just can’t be helped." Yet most people never seemed to try on their own to search out ways to bring people back. Not unless an outside force came to them with promises that would seem too good to be true to someone of a leveled mind. "It’s that grief that clouds our minds and judgement. to where we just can’t think with a clear mind to choose what would be the right choice, to decline and let those who have passed be." She knew that she was guilty of having that happen. Though if given the choice to do so again she would be torn on what to do; to let her friend have such a valiant end or to continue doing this in order to have a chance of a happy ending. It was hard when you knew what was right but were still tangled in the vines of longing to still having her around.

Nodding she said, “You never do. No one can simply predict the future.” All she could do is try, it was all she could really do anymore. “It’s simply up to the few of this generation that can see that to try and do something about it. We just have to give our all in order to try and give the coming generations a better life to live.”

It was true that it wasn’t easy to always do the right thing. “True. I guess I may just need some practice in trying to learn how to do the right things. Sometimes it’s just something that gets easier with experience while others it needs a mind that is strong in its resolve.”

"I know it will. I’ve seen some of the signs already." she said counting the times where she had almost broken down, "It can just be hard at times. I don’t want to see them suffer, yet I want to see them gain the strength to carry on at the same time. Conflicting values can be quite troublesome at times."


42 notes | Reblog | 2 years ago

horuma started following you

rossofantasmamagica:

horuma:

“I’ve been holding out well enough. Witches are never that much of a trouble to deal with, just tiring once in a while if enough can pop up in a night.”

“Excellent.”

“So tell me, do you plan on fighting Walpurgisnacht alone?”

"So you know about the Walpurgisnacht. Well I was planning to, unless you were going to do the same. In which it might be for our best interest to try to combine our powers to go after it together."


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horuma started following you

rossofantasmamagica:

horuma:

“I suppose not. It’s near impossible to fight witches when you have others to worry about running around behind you.”

“You said it.”

“But enough about me. How’ve you been?”

"I’ve been holding out well enough. Witches are never that much of a trouble to deal with, just tiring once in a while if enough can pop up in a night."


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relaxing day

tyki-and-joyd:

horuma:

tyki-and-joyd:

horuma:

tyki-and-joyd:

horuma:

“So then you have a sort of assassination job then?” she asked. That was the only kind of employment she could think of that followed those sort of aspects.

yep. I am an assassin ~

“That’s an interesting profession. I don’t think that many can handle that kind of a job, though it seems like you’re getting by fairly well.”

Is that a compliment? ~

“I would think it would be. I would think that being told that you can handle the work of an assassin would be good to hear. Unless I’m mistaken.”

Usually when other hear I am killing they will scold me, but you are different ~

"Well I can’t help it if it’s your job. But then again I can’t properly scold you against it since I do the same, well in a way I do, when I kill witches."


153 notes | Reblog | 2 years ago

horuma started following you

rossofantasmamagica:

horuma:

“Glad to hear that I’m not a special case then, and it has been quite a while. I hope you’ve been able to handle your witches easily enough.”

“But of course! You know I’ve always handled things solo. Can’t let others get in my way, you know?”

"I suppose not. It’s near impossible to fight witches when you have others to worry about running around behind you."


14 notes | Reblog | 2 years ago

horuma started following you

rossofantasmamagica:

horuma:

rossofantasmamagica:

“Well! Look who the cat dragged in.”

“It seems like your manners need a bit of work Kyouko, unless this is how you treat everyone you come across.”

“I’m not giving any special treatment to anyone, Homura!”

“Though I must say, it’s been a while.”

"Glad to hear that I’m not a special case then, and it has been quite a while. I hope you’ve been able to handle your witches easily enough."


14 notes | Reblog | 2 years ago

relaxing day

tyki-and-joyd:

horuma:

tyki-and-joyd:

horuma:

“So then you have a sort of assassination job then?” she asked. That was the only kind of employment she could think of that followed those sort of aspects.

yep. I am an assassin ~

“That’s an interesting profession. I don’t think that many can handle that kind of a job, though it seems like you’re getting by fairly well.”

Is that a compliment? ~

"I would think it would be. I would think that being told that you can handle the work of an assassin would be good to hear. Unless I’m mistaken."


153 notes | Reblog | 2 years ago

relaxing day

tyki-and-joyd:

horuma:

tyki-and-joyd:

horuma:

tyki-and-joyd:

horuma:

Homura blinked for a moment. “I meant that I had to run and defeat a witch, I wasn’t implying that you were one.”

“Killing humans?” she asked, “Why would you do that?” Had she been right in thinking that the man had been starting to lose his mind last night?

A job from my boss ~ And no, I am not a witch, but Cross maybe, he do use his magic spell on me….

She raised her eyebrow. “You’re boss has you killing humans? Why would he have you do a thing like that?” she asked wondering what they would gain for killing humans.

“I highly doubt he would be one. There are only certain females who can become witches…if they live that long I should say.”

I simply just follow the task. I don’t ask much (not that he will spill any info for Homura)

“So then you have a sort of assassination job then?” she asked. That was the only kind of employment she could think of that followed those sort of aspects.

yep. I am an assassin ~

"That’s an interesting profession. I don’t think that many can handle that kind of a job, though it seems like you’re getting by fairly well."


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