With the Captains suffering casualties and heavy injuries on their side, all hope seemed to be lost... until Shinji Hirako appeared, along with the rest of the former Shinigami. Though the aid of the Vizards certainly helped to draw the battle in their favor, it seemed Aizen's power alone proved too much for them.
Post by Mikhail Rost on Oct 27, 2012 23:52:02 GMT -5
It was a beautiful morning, with the sun shining down on the Seireitei, and everyone busy with various tasks. Being an unseated officer, Masanori was often given duties that weren't the most favorable but allowed him to explore the Rukon districts. While he was out patrolling, Kimiko had asked he drop off a few care packages, something she had started doing for some less then fortunate residents. He had the packages in a pack on his back next to his zanpakuto and stopped off at certain places to deliver them. For the most part the people were happy to see him so that was nice.
As the day went on though Masanori turned one corner too many and didn't recognize where he was. He scratched his head and pulled a slip of paper from his robe, unfolding and examining it.
"Let's see I turned there, and doubled back this way. Hmm,..."
He kept walking and peered down the side streets curiously. Maybe someone would help him find his way back.
Mikhail Rost - Human - ML:S Sobek Kurokawa -Arrancar - HL:W Kimiko Kaneko - Shinigami - ML:A Ikkaku Madarame - Shinigami - HL:S Don Kan'onji - Human - LL:A
The sun was exactly over Maiko Ryuu, as she wandered arouned the Rukon. She had a list of fruits in her hand, that she needed to go retrieve for her stand. She looked up from the list, but had to squint her eyes. The sun was especially intense today, not that she minded, but she had to shield her frail eyes. She smiled and waved at the people that she knew, and some friendly strangers.
She looked down at her list as she rounded a corner, walked a little, and, as she looked up, she bumped into a man. It would've been understandable if she had done it right at the corner. But no, with her brilliance it had to be in the middle of the street.
She attempted to look up at the man, but she still couldn't see well. "Oh my! I'm so sorry, I was so busy looking down and reading that I, uh, kinda just bumped into you..." she drifted off.