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Zelos Wilder ([personal profile] choiced) wrote2017-01-23 10:34 am
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[There's no convenient recording left for anyone trying to contact Zelos -- yet. Someone couldn't be bothered setting it up.]
ruinsprofessor: (--uh?)

[personal profile] ruinsprofessor 2017-02-26 11:18 pm (UTC)(link)
[Raine flushes slightly. She's been working on that, she swears.]

I can be more inventive than that about punishments.

[But it is better, and she relaxes, offering him a tiny smile in return.]

Yes, that is better. And entirely accurate, as it happens.

[And Zelos should remember how much she doesn't overstate things that don't have to do with ruins.]
ruinsprofessor: (it can't be helped)

[personal profile] ruinsprofessor 2017-03-14 04:30 am (UTC)(link)
[Seeing as he seems to be making a change in his demeanor, Raine lets the first bit slide.]

You acquit yourself admirably in the fighting too, naturally, if that makes any difference.

[It's a genuine compliment.]
ruinsprofessor: (aha!)

[personal profile] ruinsprofessor 2017-03-18 10:23 pm (UTC)(link)
[Be touched. That's her professional recommendation.]

There aren't many people who are ahead of Genis in math. It's an accomplishment to be proud of.
ruinsprofessor: (discontent)

[personal profile] ruinsprofessor 2017-03-22 10:55 pm (UTC)(link)
[--Raine presses her mouth into a flat line for a few moments.]

You missed him by about a year and a half.
ruinsprofessor: (focus down)

[personal profile] ruinsprofessor 2017-05-06 02:44 am (UTC)(link)
Yes.

[Raine nods shortly.]

But he knew Solomon; and, after some initial tension, they seemed to... get along. Genis taught Solomon to cook.
ruinsprofessor: (dissatisfaction)

[personal profile] ruinsprofessor 2017-05-08 05:41 am (UTC)(link)
[Raine raises an eyebrow at him. That's an odd reaction. Getting along with Genis rapidly isn't at all a usual thing, after all.]

[That lasts about three seconds before she scowls.]


We weren't without recourse. We were living in the Midnight Hotel at the time; the proprietor often cooked himself, but regardless usually there were meals provided.