[ fdsfjkldsfkl nonnie can I hug you?
Just thank you, so much. Hira’s been really quiet lately, and sometimes when I sign in here I just sign right back out because I don’t feel like I know what I’m doing or I think I’m taking up too much space. My self-confidence is a work in progress.
But I am definitely coming back. I love RPing with you guys, it’s one of the greatest experiences of my life. I’ve got a plot with Nihlus-mun, and I’ll try and drag Hira out today so she can be a grump to everybody because that’s always fun uvu ]
[MESSAGE] cant say something like that and expect me not to text
[MESSAGE] want to see you try now
[MESSAGE] not sorry
[MESSAGE] this is what you get for staying up this late
[MESSAGE] im an ass i know
[MESSAGE] aware your voice carries through the vents
[MESSAGE] didnt know that bit about shedding
[MESSAGE] not saying stop
[MESSAGE] its educational
[MESSAGE] + oddly relaxing
It was hard to breathe. She felt fragile, as if something had opened her side at the seam. “I know…never let me down.” She tried to grip his hand, her muscles frustratingly slow to heed her. It was too cold.
“Hope so.” She raised a weak hand to his face. Her fingertips left streaks of red on his mandible and she felt a little guilty for that. “Love you. Garrus Vakarian.”
Edges began to blur and her grip on his hand tightened briefly, trying to hold onto him. And then it all faded away.
"Little old to be following me around anyway." Hira coughed and tasted copper. "You’ll be okay, Jane. You’ll be okay…I’m sorry."
[ sfjdkldsf thank you nonnie ;u; ]
[MESSAGE] Question: do you know what firewalls Armax Arsenal has around their arena programming?
[MESSAGE] Also, rabbits or pyjaks?
2: all over kiss
9: forehead kiss
“You can’t die,” Kolyat announced.
She raised a brow. “Wasn’t aware you could make people immortal.”
“Would you be serious for one damn minute?!”
Hira blinked, stunned by the force in his voice. Kolyat took this silence as agreement and continued. “Look, I’ve…I’ve lost enough people, alright? Either they get sick of me and leave or they die. And strangely enough I’m tired of it!” His voice rose sharply, anger and hurt coloring the dual-tones, “I’m tired of losing people!”
He paused for a moment and she saw that his hands were clenched tight and he trembled, trying so hard to be strong. “You haven’t left yet. For some reason you’re still around. So you can’t die.”
Hira stepped forward and cupped his face with both hands, keeping his gaze locked with hers. She said nothing for a long moment, uncertain what she should say. She wanted to promise, but there were no guarantees in this fight, and if she made that promise she couldn’t break it.
She would just have to not break it, then.
“Kolyat Krios. You are stuck with me.”
He laughed a little, tension and weight bleeding off his shoulders. Smiling, Hira planted a kiss on his forehead, then hugged him tight. “I promise.”