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Several hundred years ago, humans were nearly exterminated by Titans. Titans are typically several stories tall, seem to have no intelligence, devour human beings and, worst of all, seem to do it for the pleasure rather than as a food source. A small percentage of humanity survived by walling themselves in a city protected by extremely high walls, even taller than the biggest Titans. Flash forward to the present and the city has not seen a Titan in over 100 years. Until that day.....
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Wed Jul 29, 2015 1:09 am

Rysa sighed with relief as Auth introduced himself. "Pleasure." She said as she listened to him talk. In all honestly Auth talked a lot, probably to pick up for his buddy who talked too little. "Hmm another bar would probably be better, your company would be appreciated though." She said nodding to Auth in agreement. "Your right in that we could return to the bar here, but I would prefer to go somewhere a bit more quiet." Rysa said as Alan declared that he desired to return to his dwelling. "Sure go ahead, just remember you owe me one." Rysa said looking at Alan briefly before turning her attention back to Auth.

"So tell me, know any better bars in town?" She asked the fellow in hopes he might know somewhere else to go besides the bar behind them. Military police and Garrison tensions were high enough as it was, so no need to make things worse. In fact another bar would give her time to walk with this Auth guy in the quiet outside. Rysa planned to find out what the deal was between this pair. "What a weird pair to run into..." She muttered quietly to herself as she awaited Alan's departure and Auth's next little speech and possibly a trip to a new bar.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Wed Jul 29, 2015 3:57 am

Auth nodded to Alan's departure. More than that wasn't really needed, and not recommended either, given the situation. Turning his attention back to Rysa, he made a very quick bow. "Excuse me a moment please. The bartender won't like with my going off without paying for my drink."

With that, he entered the bar. While he didn't lie about the bartender, he didn't mention the full of it. On his way, he leaned over to Cora, and whispered into her ear: "I'll be off with that garrison girl at Al-Sanya's place if you need me. I'm onto corrupting yet another soul to our shady business." He proceeded to exit the bar nonchalantly, without waiting for a reply.

Back outside, he once again briefly apologized for his delay. "Also, I do indeed know the inner district quite well. And there is one place where it'd be plainly impossible for conflict to arise." Auth extended his arm for her. If he was going to walk a girl through the inner district, he could at least do it properly.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Wed Jul 29, 2015 4:28 am

Cora just nodded and grinned as Auth told her about the girl. She was never really sure about his intentions and was fully aware that he could do the same to her he did to other people. But she liked him nevertheless.

She took a look at her soldiers looking over to some people drinking beer.
Cora smiled.
"Drink some beer if you want. I won't tell anyone. I promise. As long as I don't have to carry you to your beds it's ok.", she stood up and went outside.

"Auth, see you maybe later. If you need me...uhm...I guess you will find me everywhere. You're Auth, you will find me!", she grinned, put her hands into her pockets and walked off into the streets.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Wed Jul 29, 2015 8:04 am

After getting Auth's leave, Alan gave the two a smaller salute and started heading towards the Military Headquarters, back to his room. The night was dark, cold and foggy, but Alan enjoyed the quiet that came along with it. The streets looked a lot cleaner, despite the fact that they were usually pretty clean. On his way, Alan pondered about what he was going through. Such a phase would surely change who he is and what he stands for. Alan glanced over at the stars, barely visible through the eerie clouds high above. His mother would surely not approve of his doing any of this, if she knew. However, Alan started feeling doubts about his mother knowing better. He loved her and cared for her, but truly she was a selfish being that cared little for others. Alan lived for others. It was his superior purpose, to better mankind. Alan was convinced that taking the fight to the titans was the best way to help humanity, and so he must do it.

Suddenly, a noise caught his attention through the silence of the dark. It was hard for him to see, but he thought he saw a fellow dressed in black drag something heavy through the narrow alley on Alan's right.
Alan immediately adapted a stealth stance, and avoided the dim light that was emitted from the lone lantern. He slowly but surely started following the shifty-looking figure through the twisting alleys, getting closer every minute. He could confirm that the figure was dragging something that clanked softly as it hit bumps along the pavement. However, the identity of the figure still alluded him. He or she was wearing a calculated hood, that hid their faces.
This person surely can't be up to any good Alan concluded as he watched the shifty behavior, trailing the figure about 20 meters back.

The stranger finally stopped in front of a stairwell that appeared to be heading downwards. It was hard to tell during the dark, but Alan assumed that this was one of the stairwells that led to the forgotten underground city. Alan was first oblivious to this city's existence, but discovered it soon after joining the Military Police, upon seeing some poor, sickly looking fellow thrown down there after apparently daring to sneak to the surface.
The hooded figure looked around it in caution. Alan did his best to remain concealed in the shadows and mist. Under normal conditions the figure would've spotted him, but thanks to using the environment's conditions, Alan was able to avoid detection. The figure finally left the heavy sack on the top footsteps to the stairwell, and vanished through some more alleyways. Alan decided that the package might leave more clues about this event than trailing the figure, so he let him run off. When he was certain that the hooded person was gone, Alan approached the sack slowly. He wasn't sure what he was going to find, but he was fairly certain he wasn't going to like it. He slowly unzipped the bag, and found a bunch of 3DMGs laying there in an orderly pile.
What is the meaning of this? Alan thought Smuggling? Perhaps illegal trade?
Alan thought for a bit on what to do. He came to the conclusion that he should leave the bag of probably stolen goods where he found it, because reporting it to the Military Police will draw the dealer's attention and alert him that he's being tracked. Alan decided that until he got more information on the matter, he was going to keep investigating. He took out the dagger Auth gave him and carved small cuts into the side of the sheathes of the gears. Alan wanted to know that he could identify the gear as the stolen goods, should he find it again. He closed the bag and hurried back to the Military Police headquarters. He wasn't going to report his findings to any of his superiors, doing so would end up with them questioning him about what he did that night. Alan wasn't good enough at deception yet to tell them any farce stories, so he had to keep his silence.
He finally got to his room and sat for a while in his armchair, thinking of the day's events. Things were going to become more interesting now... and more dangerous.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Wed Jul 29, 2015 6:06 pm

Rysa respected that Auth would remember to pay his tab, even after such an incident. She felt relieved that such a nice fellow was there to help out Alsn as well, but some of the pieces just didn't fit. Why had the pair acted so shady before? Rysa asked herself before adjusting her soiled uniform. She probably looked like common garrison trash at this point, which was embarrassing to say the least. She quietly awaited Auth's retrurn as Alan slowly drifted off into the night. She leaned against the wall of the bar in the dim street lit sidewalk as she awaited Auth's return. As the fellow,Auth, walked back outside she tried not to appear too disgruntled.

"So you do it would seem." She said suspiciously before she accepted his gesture. Taking his arm, she allowed him to escort her to wherever it was that would be a quiet place to chat and eat. "So tell me Auth, how do you know Alan?" She asked as he escorted her though the evening inner district. Her curiosity was peaked as to how this gentlemanly fellow was associated with the military policemen. She wasn't the smartest cookie out there, but anyone could see the obvious connection between the pair of fellows. She waited for a response if there even was one as she followed Auth's lead. She really appreciated the gentlemanly gesture of him guiding her. With a slight lean in towards his body, she took in the night sky and the dim street lit sidewalk as she awaited wherever it was that Auth planned to take her.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Wed Jul 29, 2015 10:57 pm

After Testu took his arm, Auth began pacing slowly. They were heading towards the centre of the district, with the... well, not tavern, nor bar, more of a high-class restaurant... being quite close to the royal palace.

"Alan?" Auth asked, in a more or less bored-sounding voice. "Business really. I'm an MP as well, and although I usually get different jobs than he does, we met here and there. This bar here was another of such meetings." The best part about this story was that it was more true than false. After all, apart from presenting himself as MP, everything was truth. Not all of truth, mind, but truth nonetheless.

"What about you? I'm quite interested as to how we came to meet all the way into the inner district, and in an MP bar, even." And this was genuine curiosity. Here, garrison uniforms weren't a common sight, due to many reasons. While the young lady was indeed hungry, and that might've been one reason, Auth had serious doubts about it being the only reason. That said, Auth had doubts about an awful lot of things.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Thu Jul 30, 2015 3:35 am

"Ah I see..." She said with the realization that Auth musth have been military police to even know Alan before hand. It all made a good deal of sense, but why stand up for a guy you hardly know? She asked herself as they walked. Some of these things just didn't add up, and Rysa was wondering why this was. "It's funny how you stand up for a guy you barley know." Rysa said laughing as he suddenly asked her the question as to why she had been in the bar in the first place. Sighing she slowly prepared her embarrassing tail of how she ended up in the God awful MP bar.

"Honestly I heard a few of your scrubs talking about it and thought that All military personnel were welcome." She said shaking her head. "I've been stationed along the inner districts here and was at HQ for a few days, so I thought why not." She stated with a slight shrug. The bar had not been the best idea she had ever had, not to mention their breadsticks looked to be harder than a brick. "I falsely assumed is all." She said still feeling the constant grumble of her stomach. With food on her mind, she tried to focus on other things. "So why did you decided to visit the bar?" Rysa asked looking over at Auth as she spoke. "I know you're an MP and all, but why were you there tonight?" She asked trying not to sound rude in any sense. "If you don't mind me asking of course?" She tacked on to the end as not to sound offensive. The last thing she wanted to do was offend this fellow who was about to find her some food after all.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Thu Jul 30, 2015 4:12 am

A smirk appeared on Auth's lips when he heard her telling about standing up for someone he barely knows. She was quite right, in fact, only got the 'guy' wrong. "I hope that you do understand I did stand up for you, not Alan. In that bar, all those drunks would write him off as 'friend' only due to the uniform. You on the other hand..." He left his voice trail off. It was always better to leave someone's imagination to work rather than spelling things out. "As for why, well, who would resist a rose like you?" This was outright flattery. Auth was skilled enough at flattery to make it wound honest though. The real reason was that he initially just wanted to drink his wine without a bar fight. Although now, after seeing more closely who he stood up for, he wasn't complaining.

He took a few more paces while Rysa asked her next question. He smiled at the last comment. "Don't worry about me minding your questions. Worst case scenario I'll lie through my teeth, but I won't get angry. Especially when it's a simple question like this." After a slight pause, he actually answered the question, too. "And quite simply, I was drinking a glass of red wine after a bit of a job. For relaxation purposes." Once again, truth. The fact he wrote off his earlier talk with Alan and Cora as 'job' wasn't really untrue. He didn't mention it being an official job after all...
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Thu Jul 30, 2015 6:54 am

"I see..." Rysa said slowly getting red in the face from both the embarrassment and flattering feeling his comment left. A bitter sweet sting of her stupidity and this fellows sudden act of kindness which left her cheeks red hot. "Yeah I get the idea..." She said as he left his statement open for her to ponder about the crooked military police and what they might have done to her. She was only one after all, and though she could defend herself, but the bar full of MP's could have done anything they desired...anything. Rysa felt relieved that Auth had been there to defend her in her moment of hot temper. She gritted her teeth and tried to realize how much of a fool she had been for making a scene with a military policemen surrounded by military policemen.

"Thanks...it really means a lot" she added as Auth flattered her. Rysa's cheeked were red hot with embarrassment as he lead her on. As they took a few steps More he explained that he had just been there to have a drink of all things. She respected his chivalrous gesture, and found it to be heartfelt that he would stand up for her in front of his own peers. She respected this fellow who was taking her out to dinner, which wasn't all that bad when that's all she had been looking for in the first place.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Thu Jul 30, 2015 7:43 am

Auth stood silent for a bit. Sometimes, silence was very nice. And this was a pretty good night: rain, a glass of wine, pleasant discussion with a pretty girl. Yeah, these sort of days could come by more often.

Suddenly, he broke out of dreaming. "Oh, but we're here." He gestured to Rysa towards the rather impressive building ahead if them. It was built in a Gothic style, and rather huge too, in comparison to the other houses around. Above the front door was a sentence written in a language and alphabet long-lost, which Auth knew said 'Home to all illusion, Respite for all untruth'. Rather ominous, really.

Upon entering, a middle-aged woman standing bored on a chair suddenly stood up. This was still in a short hallway prior to entering the main rooms, and thus she was the only person around. And in the way, as she chose to position herself right before Auth.

"Rain outside, already dark, haven't seen you this week. I am not even surprised, Roval." She had a tone as if made for arguing. She changed her sight to Rysa, and sighed. "Rescuing damsels in distress again, are we? Damsels being military women and distress a barfight, by the looks of it." Auth began opening his mouth, but was cut short. "Yes, yes, yes. I know your excuse and you know how much of it I believe." Auth didn't even try at answer this time again.

"Come on dear" said the woman, extending a hand towards Rysa. "I'm Al-Sanya, and I own this place. Let's get you changed into something that doesn't reek of alcohol. I have all sorts of clothing, suited for anything really." With that, she snatched Rysa from Auth and opened a side door. "I've your usual table ready, and I'll bring her when she look decent." She entered with Rysa and slammed the door shut behind her.

Auth blinked slowly a bit, then laughed. No matter how many times you got here, Al-Sanya always managed to leave you speechless in the corridor. She was probably having fun with that. He started pacing slowly towards the main room, as there was no hurry. She'd let Rysa leave fast enough though, and probably without a red dress decorated with silver and diamonds. Probably...
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Thu Jul 30, 2015 2:35 pm

In the cool evening, Rysa was feeling the awkward Silence as they finally arrived at some gothic building. "Are you sure?" Rysa asked confused as she tried to decipher the jumbled phrase that was inscribed at the facade. The entirety of the building confused her; however she found it oddly adventurous and pleasing to be in such a place. She quietly followed Auth into the building, curiosity spiked. "So what is this place?" She muttered to herself quietly as they entered a long hallway with some woman that obviously new who Auth was as if he was a regular. When she Heard the name Roval, she flinched a little bit. "Roval?" She asked Auth with a slight laugh as the woman suddenly turned her gaze towards her.

"Damsel? I'm offended" She said putting on an irritated grin. As Auth helped her recover from such a stunning accusation, she sighed remembering the last time her temper had gotten the best of her. "Sure Im perfectly happy cleaning up" she said willingly following the woman that had unintentionally insulted her. She awaited to be taken to wherever it was that the woman planned to take her to get changed. "Lead the way ma'am" she said going with her wherever it was she would take her.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Thu Jul 30, 2015 10:06 pm

//OOC: 'Roval'. God Damn It. 'Roval'. I absolutely and completely did not mean a single second to say 'Roval' instead of 'Rauco'. Dammit.

Auth opened the door to the main room. It was as spacious as it looked from the outside, and quite crowded, too. There also was no shortage of arches, pillars, and many not-quite-so-needed decorations. It was part of what gave this place it's charm.

He continued to pace slowly towards the corner of the room, in which there was a bit lower table concentration, and a very large open window. It opened in such a way that rain couldn't fall inside though, and it made for very nice atmosphere. Along his way he was greeted by a few people, each having the specific look of superiority. Higher-placed people amongst his contacts, they were, coming from a wide range of jobs: military, politics, economy, law. Al-Sanya's was a place where such people were the usual customers...

Upon reaching his destination, Auth took a seat at the corner-most table. From there, not only had he a vantage point to the rest of the room, he was also surrounded by people of trust. While he did say a scene was impossible to happen here, and it was true, that didn't mean the people here weren't lacking ill-will altogether. They just used more subtle ways, and Auth was already used to having poison in his drink here by now.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Fri Jul 31, 2015 7:17 am

The options were not as simplistic as Rysa might have hoped. The clothing this woman carried was definitely fitting for the gothicly designed structure. Taking the most simplistic white Blouse she could find as well as a long maroon skirt to match the jacket like sweater she pulled on over the blouse that covered her arms and shoulders comfortably. All in all she looked to be a decently dressed as any civilian would be expected to look. Untying her ponytail, Rysa let her hair fall back down to its short neck length as she thanked the woman for letting her change into something more appropriate. "Thank you ma'am" she said with a slight bow as she went to go join Auth in the main hall of the building. 

As she opened the doors to the main hall, she noticed how gothic the room appeared next the extravagant guests that seemed to have a look of superiority to them. One attempted to approach her however noticing her simplistic garb quickly retreated to socialize with the other socialites of the place that she was unfamiliar with. After only a moment she spotted Auth sitting down at the corner table. In this crowd of aristocrats and well dressed patricians, she easily picked him out among the crowd.

"Ah, there you are." She said as she approached the table and took a seat to his right. "Do I look alright?" Rysa asked not caring honestly, but she wanted to make sure that the scent of alcohol and the newly wrapped banagar upon her head didn't make her look like a total fool. She let her hands fall to her lap as her stomach continued to protest for something to eat. Rysa ignored for the time being as her curiosity of the new place took hold. "So what is this place exactly." She said taking a moment to look around the gothic structer which housed many spires, arches, pillars and the sort. She had never been in such a place before and te slight unease and wonder if he unknown egged her in the back of her mind. She wanted to know so many things that just didn't make any common sense, but all the same she knew that with time the answers would reveal themselves. 

OCC: oh my lord XD 
Alright then I'll just pretend like it was the other name for now then, man that made me laugh.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Fri Jul 31, 2015 7:40 am

//OOC: Really appreciated. We'll pretend it was the same name.

Auth watched Rysa approach. She did get away from Al-Sanya a lot faster than he expected. "Why, you look lovely." He answered Rysa's question about her appearance. "A bit out of place, but you're with me. Everyone here is highly used to me being out of place, and they probably just passed you in the same basket." He took the menu from the table end extended it to Rysa. "Feel free to get anything you might like. I'm not in a bad financial situation, and know Madam Al-Sanya quite well. Stuff just happens to be... not so expensive... for me here."

He leaned back. No need for him to order anything, as they'll turn up with a bottle of good red wine without him asking. "Also, we can talk much more at length about this place, me, you, and anything else while we eat. Take your time."

His relation with this place was a bit more than just 'usual customer'. In fact, Al-Sanya was a relative, albeit nor direct or even close to that. But Rovals had always frequented this place, and were the main ones to actually put this business up from the ground.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Fri Jul 31, 2015 8:10 am

"Your too kind." She laughed as he complemented her. She found Auth to be an agreeable fellow indeed, which is more than she could say for most military policemen she knew. She nodded her head as she pulled the menu off the table and started to read through some of the expensive options. "Wow it's a good thing you know Al-Sanya" she said quietly as she noticed all of the expensive prices. She scanned the paper menu as Auth took a big swig of the red wine that had been at the table. As shady as this place looked, she wasn't too tempted to be drinking anything here. "Hmmm a basket of rolls would be wonderful" she said unintentionally selected one of the less expensive items on the menu. She put her menu down and slowly awaited Auth's order as well. 

"So tell me, what brought you to the military police? I mean you must have been at least 10th in your class for the decision in general." Rysa said placing her hands on the table. "It's not odd, I just wondered why you chose it" she added noticing that most of what she knew about him so far supported that he was a military policemen through and through. However, she just couldn't see him in such a place like this all the time. With a sigh she awaited his response. You sound like an idiot, Rysa thought to herself as she took in the architecture. In fact she wondered who this fellow who had stood up for her was in general. "I guess what I'm trying to say is, who are you in here?" She said pointing at her chest with her right hand to indicate towards her heart. She said this full well understanding that Auth might just light though his teeth, yet she wanted to know.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Sat Aug 01, 2015 12:14 am

Auth took the menu and closed it. "I've already ate a few hours ago, so I'm not hungry, you see." He raised a single hand in a quick motion. A waiter caught it and headed their way. "A basket of rolls for the lady, and for me, well, nothing more really." Maybe an antidote, but Al-Sanya would come with that as soon as she saw him behaving odd. Well, odder than usual.

"Me? Why, I'd be no fun if I answered that one. I won't lie to you either, but you're going to have to work it out yourself. Much more compelling, that way." Auth wondered what's gotten into him. Usually, he'd just lie. This, was giving the woman a chance. Oh well, he had already said that, so now he was stuck to rolling with it. "As for me and MP. I'm from the vi Rauco family. My father has been MP, my grandfather has been MP, and so on and so forth. It's a family tradition to rank first then join the MP." Not false. Except for he wasn't an MP. He was now glad for the fact his control over his own expression was so airtight.

He took another sip. "What about you? Why the garrison?" He made a pause. Actually, it was pretty common for soldiers to join the garrison. The fact he didn't have much contact with ti didn't mean it wasn't there. "Well, let me rephrase that. Why a soldier?" That was closer to what he was meaning to ask, and would begin setting ground for other questions later.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Sat Aug 01, 2015 5:45 am

She sat and listened to him talk as the waiter approached and took their order. "Fair enough." She said sternly as he declared that she would have to figure out a good deal about him. This wasn't a too daunting task; however she was more so concerned about who he would end up being when she found out. He obviously came from a long Line of MPs, but why? She asked herself as she sat with Auth in curiosity. She looked up at him as he asked her about joining the Garrison. This question for her would be a lot easier to answer then most he could have asked. Because, she knew exactly why she joined the Garrison corps. 

"Well that's simple." She said with a laugh as she spoke the phrase. "I joined the garrison because The Scout regiment doesn't carry cannons, boom." She said making a little exploding gesture with her hands. "The military police was always way too pretentious anyway, so The Garrison was the best bet." She said leaning forward on the table with her elbows. "As for why I became a soldier...I did it because I was tired of nothing getting done, I just wanted to contribute to society you know?" She said looking at Auth as she spoke. She spoke the honest truth, but failed to mention some of the more intense details that were still uncomfortable to talk about. She sighed as she quickly retorted, "so you became an MP because of your family line, does that mean you and your father got along well?" She asks knowing that Auth's father was also an MP. She sighed as she awaited his response to her possibly sensitive question.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Sat Aug 01, 2015 6:54 am

Auth smiled at the answer. 'Scout regiment doesn't carry cannons, boom', eh? That was a very nice answer. As for her feeling things aren't getting done... he could somehow relate to that. On the other hand, nothing was getting done either way. It all depended on how and why the titans were like that.

He took a sip of wine, clearing that thought away. "Me and my father..." He made a pause. "I honestly have no idea how to describe my relationship with him. Something between looking up to, rivaling, and respecting?" Her question was one he had asked himself before, but never had a good answer. To him, it was just the natural way he always had looked at his dad.

This time he didn't ask anything back, if only due to him not having any good enough question. Hopefully, he wouldn't leave the impression he had been baffled by Rysa's inquiry. To somehow mask the silence a bit more, he once again started to take a slow sip.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Sat Aug 01, 2015 12:43 pm

"Ah, so do you feel like you live in his shadow then?" Rysa processed as she sat there in an awkward silence. Her own father had been military, but she never felt oppressed like she felt Auth might with such an important father. Rysa wasn't much more than a lowly soldier, however she suddenly recognized who his father must be. "Isn't your father's name something like Adar?" She asked making a side mental note of how his family must favor A names. "Something about you vi Rauco sounds familiar." She said as the first basket of rolls were placed on the table. Thanking the waiter Rysa took one of the rolls and stuck it in her mouth. 

"Mmmmmm...honey." She mumbled as she devoured the roll in an aggressive fashion. Downing two before she could even take a breath, Rysa stopped to look up at Auth. She stared for a moment after swallowing the delicious rolls to realize how rude it was for her to eat like this in such an establishment. "Sorry about that...I was really hungry." She said pushing the rolls back towards the middle of the table and sitting back a bit. Abashed and red faced she averted her eyes from Auth as she slowly reached out and took another roll. Slowly placing the roll in her mouth she attempted to politely eat the round bread, however ended up attacking it all the same. "I just really...really...like rolls." She said in an embarrassed tone as she tried to avoid eye contact with Auth and sneak another roll.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Sat Aug 01, 2015 11:55 pm

Auth started chuckling at Rysa's way of eating. Hunger really made you behave very interestingly. Although he did place a pretty high price on manners, Auth left this one pass by. You can't judge someone from the first time they make a small mistake, let alone when they were hungry like a wolf. "It's okay Rysa. Although do try to control these things. You never know when they could get you into a bad situation."

"Also, indeed, you got him right. Adar vi Rauco, MP Captain..." He made a small pause. "... they used to call him The Demon of the Military Police back when he was still in business." He took a sip of his wine, swallowing another chuckle at her devouring the food in front of her. "What about you? Got anyone interesting in your family, or are you on to making a name for yourself?"
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Sun Aug 02, 2015 9:34 am

"Nope, I'm just making a name for myself honestly." She said completely burying her father from the conversation. He was a shameful part of her past that she was less then tempted to remember. "I'm just trying to prove that the Buorn family has honor." She said again as she took another roll and quickly devoured it. She was becoming content with her food and decided that she was pleased with Auth's company. "So Mr.military policeman, what's the most important thing you've ever done?" She asked jokingly as she leans back in her chair. She was full of food and was pleased beyond belief. She smirked happily as she awaited Auth's response.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Sun Aug 02, 2015 11:12 pm

Auth raised an eyebrow at her statement of proving her family's honour. While making a mental note to quietly investigate the Buorn family past sometime, he answered her. "Well, I can see this isn't a comfortable topic for you. I won't inquire further, then." He took a sip out of his glass.

Her next question made him wonder. "I don't know honestly" He thought a bit about it. For some reason, Severin's face appeared in his mind. He opened his mouth, prepared to lie about it, but changed his mind last second. "It has to be the one time I was assigned in front of an elite MP squad in order to hunt down a rogue titan shifter." He took another sip of wine, to mask him swallowing empty when he said that. Wasn't the most glorious of his endeavors, to be sure. "I won't lie to you though, we failed in that. Possibly due to there being a second shifter." He realized what he just said. "Well, rest assured though, one of them is now contained, and the other vanished, so no real reason to become alarmed."

He mentally punched himself in the face. What the hell had gotten into him, to talk about that? And now, out of all possible moments? "One thing though. This one escaped me, probably due to the alcohol and your beauty. What I just told you is classified information. I'd hate it for you to be hunted down because of this, so just don't ever talk about it, okay?" This might've sounded scary. Well, it kinda was. With as much mockery on the head of the MPs as it was, being hunted down by them was still not something good. And they usually caught you, anywhere. Still, he had to warn her of that. Better a bit scared than a bit dead.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Mon Aug 03, 2015 1:26 am

Rysa was unfamiliar with the incident; however knew how all of this worked. She understood how sensitive I information like this could be. "Trust me I'm not worried." She said putting on a face of seriousness. The commonly overlooked fact that the Garrison though less skilled and informed was massive. In all honesty she was less afraid of the military police and what they could do to her the more she thought about it. 

"And trust me your secret is safe with me." She said making a zipping gesture across her closed lips in a gesture of good faith. As a garrison member there was very little she could do with information except spread moot rumors that wouldn't help anyone including herself. "To the very least, it sounds like you did a good job." She said smiling at the fact that her looks have obviously caught Auth off guard. "Do you call every girl you pick up in a bar beautiful?" She laughed sure that she was not the only person Auth had ever treated to such a supper. She wasn't offended, but the gesture was nice enough as out was. She quickly tried to change the subject from the confidential titan shifters to a more lighthearted topic. "I mean come on,  not the only pretty girl you've taken out I'm sure." She said looking at him with a mixed look of sarcasm and humor. She laughed as she spoke in hopes to light up the air that had suddenly gotten so heavy.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Mon Aug 03, 2015 1:53 am

Auth was relieved by her response. Well, it was the expected response, but he felt relieved nonetheless. As for her not being worried... if she'd have met Severin, she would be worried. Given how much of a distorted, hypocritical idealism that man shown, who knew what he'd do or not do.

He quickly changed back to an expression of amusement. "Ah, well, I thought it goes beyond saying that I call every girl I pick up in a bar 'beautiful'." He made a pause. "Of course, the fact I only choose 'beautiful girls' to pick up might also be a factor, who knows?" He took a last sip, finishing his wine glass. He wasn't going to risk another one, as the wine here was pretty strong. "Oh" He acted like he suddenly remembered something. "Let me ask, how on-guard should I be the next few days? Any madly jealous men going to come after me? It's happened before, you know." He wasn't lying. It did happen before. Not that they were much of challenge, no, but it still was annoying.

Auth also made a mental note to try and sleep more. For some reason, he felt tired, and it couldn't have been only the wine. It wasn't hard for him to keep the same outward appearance though, and he could keep at it for multiple more hours. He tried it sometime, see how long can he seem 'normal' without sleeping, and he actually managed one and a half unslept nights.
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PostSubject: Re: The making of a hero (Open)   Mon Aug 03, 2015 11:23 am

"No, I'm quite bereft of other male friends." She laughed as Auth asked if she had any other male interests. This was the life of a woman in the garrison after all. "Most of the men I'm associated with are either incompetent or old drunkards." Rysa joked as she realized how gruff it was being a military personnel. "So you should only be on guard as much as a military policeman should already be." She said noticing that Auth was slowly looking more and more tired.

"Do you need me to take you home?" Rysa said asked knowing that it would not be wise to let him find his way home after dark. Not to mention, she wasn't completely defenseless. "I'm just not sure if you're sober enough to get home period." She laughed knowing that he probably wouldn't be fond of having a woman walk him home. She was perfectly happy taking him home if it meant keeping him safe.
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