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1 The No. 13 Baby on Tue Oct 25, 2016 4:57 am

Civilian resistance was never fun. You could go through hell and back, see the worst of the worst and get completely fucked up because of it, but as soon as you stepped back into modern society the world's against you. Out on there field there's a code of honor, 'you watch my back, I'll watch yours' but there it was completely different, as if they were fighting a war within their own society. In the military he was trusted with thousand dollar equipment, trusted, respected but then as soon as he walked out of there he couldn't even be trusted to enjoy a meal in peace. He'd caught them looking his direction as soon as he walked into the door, their gaze heavy on his mind, sinking into him like fangs. He had seen their sort before, the kind who believed in the freedom to do whatever they damn pleased and were more than happy to complain till they could. It had taken a total of three minutes before the accusations had began, calling him a child killer and the such, the kinds of things only an idiot would believe in. Still, his silence only seemed to encourage them, eventually causing him to be forced from the cafe by them and the owner, his sandwich spread over the concrete outside, a perfectly good meal ruined based on political opinion. The oriental scuffed his shoe on the pathway, kicking a chunk of mayo covered lettuce at the closed door, leaving an ugly smear behind. "Yeah, fuck you too!" A lame comeback and way too late, he had already been outside for far too long. Patting down his loose white dress shirt and making he didn't have any significant food marks on him, he turned to walk down the street, hands in his pocket with a growl of hunger around him, his eyes filled with confusion and anger.

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2 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Tue Oct 25, 2016 7:57 am

"You must be new around these parts" the females voice uttered. Dressed in her usual attire, a beautiful blue dress combined with armour like padding. An outfit that was stylish and battle ready, how cute. She had witnessed the event that had taken place. Though any knowledgable marine would have known never to bother with "Daves Dinner". The entire place was filled with "free thinkers" who believed that the marines were chains to bind them to their will. Now this may be true for "certain" marines. Marines who were entitled or born with that "golden" blood she had come to detest. Others, much like herself simply wanted a world were equality was at the front and no matter your gender orientation or status you were treated fairly within the law. Of course those at Daves felt the law itself was un-needed. "Logue Town is under the marine protection, most people like us here, then you have Daves. Where the free thinkers go." she uttered opening up her lunch box. She pulled out one half of her sammich.

"It's not much, but your's seems to be on the ground" Faith said, offering the chicken and bacon sammich to the older looking male. "I'm Cerulean Faith, its a pleasure" she said. Her rear admiral coat was located upon her shoulders, the sleeves flowing behind her in the soft wind having not bothered to wear it properly. Her two blades upon her side, the gun in its holster and her own little shells [dials] hiddin within her pocket. "Would you like me to show you some of the places where we don;t get a bad reception?" she asked, her blond hair moving along her face gently. The sapphire eyes twinkling as she looked at the fellow marine.  

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3 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Tue Oct 25, 2016 10:02 am

He was starstruck, how could he not be? It was as if the pages in his text books were coming to life, stepping before him and offering a sandwich. He know exactly who she was, obviously. There wasn't a Marine who didn't at this point. A living legend in her own right, the kind that would go down in the history books with the greats. He slowly took the sandwich from her, doing his best not to act like an over excited idiot. The cogs in his brain turned, trying to formulate a response that wouldn't make him look like a complete fucking tool. "The Cerulean Faith who had a bounty higher than I can count before she could even drink?" He asked with a cock brow, mentally wanting to kill himself for even bringing it up. You didn't bring up the sins of ones past, especially not to a woman of her stature. Even when he stood over her, he felt minor in comparison, like a child stepping into the world of adults. Completely ridiculous considering that he was no doubt around twice her age, but, sometimes you can't control the way your emotions work. "I would love that, thank you very much. Dave's is nice, but I would like some better hospitality next time, huh?" He let out a sharp laugh that rocked through his whole body, his hands moving to the back of his head, resting it in place as he did so. "You'll have to excuse me, young lady. It's not every day I get to meet someone like you, I'm honestly not sure how I should be behaving. I meant no offense."

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4 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Tue Oct 25, 2016 3:36 pm

The young females face would flush scarlet at the first comment made by the man. "Shucks your embarrassing me" She said with a smile. She pointed with a nod of her head as she began to walk, listening to the young man. She would continue to blush a crimson red as the compliments kept coming. "Hahahaha, you'll make my head so much bigger, I'm honestly nothing special, I just got lucky and landed on my feet with my decisions. Honestly I'm just your average person whose good with a sword...and who now and again forgets to pay for things.....and who kind of takes things without asking or paying..." she would say, her eyes bulging a little as she looked to the man wondering what his reaction would be, though of course her voice said this in jest....yet it was entirely truthful.

Walking through the street, she would recieve looks from others, her fame had seemed to expand in recent years and she was completely unsure why. Yes she had caught many a pirate including some of the famous ones from the Grandline. Recently she had subdued Yellowbeards crew and was set to take out Yellowbeard himself. Yet her current task was to recruit talent to the grandline. As she turned the corner she would point to a nice diner, ensigns of all shapes and sizes were sitting within. "its usually busy and needs a reservation most of the time. But i have my own booth, they won't let me near the cash register though" she would say to the man beside her with a little wink. The diner/food eating place was small and intimate and made the greatest food. As they walked in eyes looked to the female who once again flushed a scarlet colour, obviously this new amount of fame was something she was yet to adjust too.

A waitress took them to the back, placing them in a booth at the end and handed them a menu. "Have what ever ya want, its on me" Scarlet would say smiling as she looked to the menu.

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5 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Tue Oct 25, 2016 6:06 pm

"It's like I'm in some movie. I almost feel like I should ask for your autograph..." He trailed off, watching as she was allowed into a building that would put him on a week long waiting list. Letting out a low whistle, he trailed behind, peering this way and that, breathing in the sights. The sandwich was still in his hand, something that was probably a little rude considering that they were going to get food, but it wasn't like he could just eat it. It was filled with meat, something he wouldn't allow himself to slip up on. Quickly looking around to make sure no one was focusing on him, he stuffed the food into the pocket of his pants, immediately feeling the mayo dampen his leg. Hurrying into the other side of the booth, he started scanning over the menu, looking for something that wouldn't cost too much. It was a free meal, sure, but you didn't abuse that kind of thing. "Do you mind if I ask, if it's not too rude, what someone like you is doing in little ol' Logue? There isn't exactly a whole lot going on down here, almost exactly the opposite. It seems kind of over the top to have someone of, uhh, your caliber down here." You had to tread lightly when talking about that kind of stuff, it wasn't the kind of thing you could just blurt out for the world to see. Luckily, his face was blocked off by the menu, otherwise she would be able to see the giant dorky grin spread over his face. "I'll have the Caesar Salad if you don't mind?" His tone was polite, but it was still damn obvious that there was an intense sense of admiration behind it.

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6 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Wed Oct 26, 2016 3:57 am

"I'll have a bacon roll, nice and simple with some pop please" she would say handing the waitress her menu. Upon the waitress leaving she would look to her fellow marine. "I'm on recruitment, I hae to travel through the blues looking for marines I think are strong enough to be trained in the Grandline. They believe that due to my, shall we say colourful past. That I'll be able to reach more marines and see their potential better. Im even allowed to draft non marines if I feel they would empower the cause, their always looking for another poster child. Its a shame that they trust me to pick marines but are a little too far up their own asses to see when im right about why they need to let one go" she uttered her voice showing disdain nearer the end. "But anyway thats a different matter all together, so yes right now I'm looking to take some recruits back to marineford to do some training within the grandline before having them stationed out there, as well as looking for some personal squad mates" she said with a smile.

The food would arrive in no time, though it was the drink that she would take on first, downing the entirety of the fizzy liquid within she would hop up and ask for a refill before sitting back down to enjoy her bacon roll. "So tell me about you? dining together and I don't even know your name, how modern of me right?" she would say fanning her face in a comedic fashion. "But really, tell me about yourself? How long have you been an ensign? have you been stationed in Logue Town for a while? On a scale to one to fabulous how good does my dress look? this answer will decide on whether we can become best buds forever, so chose wisely" she said, her face dropping serious, staring in to the eyes of her fellow marine.

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7 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Wed Oct 26, 2016 5:27 am

"I don't know if that many fizzy drinks are good for you." He called out, laying his menu out flat in front of him as his superior officer began a sugar-high beyond what any normal human should attempt. He let out a laugh, vibrating through his whole fram through his chest at the girls comment on her job. Why he did it he would never know, it wasn't funny nor was it the kind of thing you would laugh at someone for. The nerves were getting too him, closing around him like a vice. "I'm sorry, but that sounds really fucking boring. How does it work, anyway? You just go around handing out flyers, or what?" His eyes steadily narrowed at her series of questions as he slowly chewed on a mouthful of salad, grinding it away while giving himself excess time to think of an appropriate reply. "I really hate questions like that. The answer never works with a girl. Either you lie and say she looks amazing and suddenly you'll settle for anything, or you go too low and you've offended her. So I'm going to have to refuse on that last one. On a moral standpoint, of course." He leaned forward over his dish, his loose shirt threatening to dip into the oiled salad. "My name is Landru Nomad, I'm thirty-two years old, my favorite color is pink, I prefer cats to dogs, my hobbies include sailing and poetry, I've been an ensign on and off for the last five years, with two years of inactive duty and I've only been in serving in Logue Town since I reapplied, which was just under a month ago." He was beginning to feel himself more as he spurted out information, his brain becoming stable enough to realize his previous mistake. "Not that I think that it's a bad dress or anything, I, just. Hmm..." His voice trailed off as he searched for a suitable out for the problem he had created. Pulling back in his seat he continued,"It looks lovely?"

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8 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Wed Oct 26, 2016 5:59 am

"IT can be, sometimes you get lucky and find someone amazing, othertimes you leave feeling like the marines in the blues can't handle much. Just a few days ago there was a mob scene with fried chicken, FRIED CHICKEN! and the marines on watch couldn't handle it. I had been sent to inspect them, safe to say they won't be joining me. I haven't really seen anyone whose interested me since last year, there where two lovely marines, though I never got to see them in action they felt as though they would be good company. One of them was even a pussy cat." she said the last line with awe.

Upon his reaction to the dress question, she would allow her normal smile to flow in to a sly one, the way he squirmed. She had to admit it was odd how much she liked dropping people in the deep end, for some reason they hated to answer such a question. Yet she loved the reaction she got. Upon him saying his name she frowned slightly. She was certain the name was familiar "thats not a common name is it? I swear Iv heard it before" she uttered yet shook her head as she could not find the memory. "Oh well" she uttered before diving in to her burger. She would chew softly and swallow, dabbing her mouth with her napkin prior to her speaking again. "I prefer cats too....i have like eighteen of them back home" she said non chalant as if eighteen cats was natural to have. As he uttered the complement about the dress she smilled naturally once more. "Thank you" she said before taking yet another bite.

Chew chew swallow and dab. "So Landru, have you ever been to the grandline in your time? with such gaps in your work life have you done uch travelling? seen things gone places, eaten anything nasty like a devil fruit or anchovies?". Such subtletly right?  

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9 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Wed Oct 26, 2016 6:42 am

"Eighteen cats, huh? I knew you looked like a bit of a crazy, I think it's the eyes, or maybe that dress. Who knows." He paused to stuff his face once more, his stomach which screamed out for food only minutes ago loving every bite. "You've probably got me confused for someone else. I know there's another Marine called Andrew Dubad, people often get the two of us mixed up. It's an easy mistake to make, I won't hold it against you." He teased, of course. He didn't know where the girl had gotten her name from, but it probably wasn't anything good, certainly not the kind of thing that he wanted her to dig back up. Best to let sleeping dogs lie. "Yeah, I've been to through the Grandline before, it isn't exactly an easy journey, but I'm sure with the Marine vessel they're handing out to you it should be a total breeze. I used to travel a lot when I was younger, I've been planning out another journey, but it might have to wait awhile still." On the mention of the world 'Devil Fruit' his right eye twitched slightly, but aside from that he gave no reaction to the comment, letting it pass over him like water. "Maybe if I was a bit richer." He lied easily, tossing the subject aside. "Us Ensigns don't exactly get paid the big bucks, you know? I did eat a Patté once, however. Do you know what that is? It's like meat and fat all mushed together till you can spread it, it's absolutely vile. I would not recommend the stuff in the slightest." His fork scraped at the bottom of his plate, skewering the last free leaf before he continued. "How long do you think you'll be staying with us mortals in little ol' Logue? I can't imagine it's the most interesting place in the world for you."

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10 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Wed Oct 26, 2016 9:39 am

"She could not help but give a full on laugh at the statement of her and her cats, with such a loud shrill laugh escaping the small body, many people turned to look, yet she did not mind. She simply focused on her fellow marine though she sniggered every now and again thinking about what he had said. "Thats good, I'd hate to get you mixed up with anyone else" she said snorting a little as her next round of soda appeared. "Its much easier with a prepared ship, when i first went though....i was waaaay underprepared, got my butt handed to me by a couple of pirates as well as many a marine. but it made me stronger, the losses always teach more than the victories" she said, wiping away tomato sauce from her face with her napkin. The roll had been demolished and she proceeded to sip her juice.

"Yeah, the money isnt the greatest, even at Rear Admiral its not whopping, but we do what we do for the love of it I suppose. Though many fruits can be found outside of the marines hold. I know one girl, whats her name....Ugh its on the tip of my tongue. That girl that helped demolish Enies Lobby a while back, MELISSA DEVAROUX thats it. Rumour has it that she found her devil fruit just lying in someones fruit bowl during a fight. Personally I'v never wanted to eat one, I like a good swim every now and again. Though im intrigued in the aspect of Devil fruit weapons" She said as she placed her half drunk cup upon the table.

"Honestly, I don't see myself being here much longer, A few more days perhaps and then I'll return to the grand line and continue on from where I left off. Even though Im a marine travelling is in my heart and I want to explore some more. Perhaps I'll take some vacation time, or just say im working and lounge about" she said with a wink. "If you'd like to return to the Grandline, I'd be more than happy to make room onboard the escort service"   

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11 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:13 pm

He shot her a dirty look on the topic of pay. People always wanted more, but that was kinda ridiculous. Landru would be making more money working in a place like this and he wouldn't have to put his life on the line every day. "How would you feed a fruit to a weapon? They don't have mouths or anything, it sounds kinda wacky. I think they would freak me out more than anything else." He flashed a toothy grin before putting his cutlery over his plate, signifying to the floor staff that he was finished. "Honestly, it's a very tempting offer. The biggest complaint I have working with the Marine's is that I get stuck in one place, I feel like a bird in a cage, you know?" His head turned, gazing out the window, thinking over her offer. It was a dicey one. On one hand he would finally be getting out of Logue, which was basically a pool of tar when it came to furthering his ambition but attaching himself under the girls order was a damn good way to get sucked in to her own desires. There was no room to shine when placed next to the sun. His hand ran through his hair, letting out a deep sigh that he wasn't aware he was holding.

"I'm not sure, Miss Faith. I don't exactly have the liberty to just drop everything and ignore my orders, even if it would mean going on an adventure. I'm honored that you would offer, but I still have another two months of service penciled in for this town before I'm up for transfer." He turned back to face her, still undecided on which he would ultimately prefer. His mind still battling with itself. It was a big commitment to make, the Grandline wasn't exactly easy to get into, but that probably meant that he would have a better chance of advancing there, but it would always be under Cerulean's shadow, a solid ceiling over head.

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12 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Thu Oct 27, 2016 7:18 am

"Well, as i said I have the authority to take any marines with me within my personal crew, though im more flexible than most of the other Rear Admirals, if you were to get stuck in Rear Admiral Stars division....well, then I'd pity" she said with a solemn look. "Though I don't leave for another couple of days if you change your mind the escort ship will be leaving at 4:00Pm in two days, I'll be there overseeing that everything goes smoothly. she said before she inhaled the remaining drink. A burp escaped her mouth as she placed a hand upon it. "Pardon me" she said with a little giggle at the end.

Moving hair from her face she would pat her stomach, "Best Bacon Rolls EVER" she commented. Looking to Landru she would place her elbows upon the table, resting her head in her hands. "One more question, I ask almost every new marine I meet this question, you can take however long you need to answer it okay? But why did you decide to become a marine?" she said. "There are so many possibilities, I know piracy can be so appealing, I know the revoloution fights for its cause as we do ours, why did you decide that the marines was the right place for you? she said, her eyes never leaving the man as if trying to see through him. Honestly she had been lied to before, and it had become rather dangerous for her in certain missions. Whenever she asked this question she looked for giveaways for subtle cues that people gave away when lying. Normally no one lied to her about it, but you could never be to careful especially now when marines were openly killing others for no reason.

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13 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Thu Oct 27, 2016 7:46 am

He pulled one of the napkins closer to himself, giving him time to mull over her question while he fished around in his pocket for something to write with. His hand first went into his right pocket, meeting with the gooey white mess that was the sandwich he had pocketed earlier from Cerulean. Bless her heart. He wiped off the mixture of mayo, bread and dead animals on the base of the chair before pulling the pencil from his left. "And here I was thinking I was special." He joked at her comment that she did this with all the guys. There was no reason to lie to her, ultimately. Either she understood and became an acceptable out for his current situation, or she was against it and he was stuck where he was now. 'Meeting with bossy blonde at 4pm Saturday' was etched into the napkin before he looked up, meeting her intense gaze. "It's really not that interesting, you've built it up pretty well however." He gave another grin, this one a lot faker than the previous, falling quickly. "In all honesty, the Marine's are the fastest way I see to achieve my dream. The resources they have available are unmatched as a collective unit, I wouldn't be able to do what it is that I want to do anywhere else." His head turned, gazing out the window into the cloudless sky above, the moon barely visible among the ocean of blue. "I don't want you to think that I'm disloyal, or anything. It's not that, I stick to my word and all, but I'm thinking you wanted an honest answer, no?" His voice was slow and deep, a lot calmer than the way he spoke before, as if he had moved beyond the star struck phase.

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14 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Thu Oct 27, 2016 12:12 pm

"Your in it to better grasp your dream, I get that" she said with a genuine smike. "We are the same in that aspect" she uttered before pulling out a small purse. Placing beli upon the table to cover the meal and a generous tip she would stand up. Adjusting her dress and sword hilts she would look to the sitting man. "I'm not going to probe you on your dreams or your plans, thats not what im here for, you reason to me is completely sound and the dream you wish to achieve should remain yours and only be given to those you deem worthy. Whether you achieve it here or in the grand line thats up you as well. Though if theres anything I can do to help you with your dream, to help you achieve it" the woman said with a strong voice.

"If you are done eating, I suppose i should continue my rounds" she would say giving the male a nod with her head. Giving the barmade and the staff a kind farwell, she would begin to head for the exit of the dinner. Though she stopped halfway and looked around, the crowd eying up the woman with awe. She still could not get used to it. Though the reason she halted was not due to this. Her mind kind of kept coming back to having this man accompany her to the grandline along with Reina and....what was that feline guys name again...UGH that would bug her, perhaps her tot buddy would know when they met up again. Turning on thr spot she looked to the man once more. "I'v decided, your coming to the grandline with me. Thats an order., see you saturday" she said with a wink.

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15 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Thu Oct 27, 2016 12:24 pm

God, that was the best he could have hoped to hear, honestly. Going into a tired speech trying to explain the details behind it just would have got him laughed at, whereas this blind faith was like something out of a fairy tale. "Right, yeah thanks." He replied, not exactly certain how you come back to a comment like that. He had never been good at conversation in the first place, adding a female element to it just made it all that much worse. It as something about the way they looked, inviting on the appearance but inside their judging little minds probing you and weighing your values as a man. It was enough to drive anyone insane. His eyes slipped down to the amount of money she dumped onto the table. And the higher ups don't get paid much more. "Right, well I'll be seeing you around then, Miss Faith, it's been a pleasure." His tone was genuine as he watched her leave, deciding himself to stay in the diner and collect his thoughts a bit more, weighing up both sides of the argument. This turned out to be false, however as Cerulean spun on the spot and settled the whole ordeal for him. Raising to his feet with a toothy grin stretched over his face, he went into a powerful his whole body tout from the action. "Yes, mam!" Completely serious to her less than command. Honestly, he had no idea how the girl maintained her position when she acted like that, he had been expecting someone so much more official than that.

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16 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Mon Oct 31, 2016 12:29 pm

She gave a gentle giggle as the man stood stoic. She never really like do pull rank in every day life, sure on the sea and in official settings, but in something that should be a choice it made her feel a bit dirty, yet the fact that she now had a fellow marine surely joining her on her travels made up for this icky feeling, and a shower would of course fix the rest. She would turn from the bar and head for the door.


Sorry for the short post, Im literally swamped RL so thought a quick exit post is probably the best i can offer

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17 Re: The No. 13 Baby on Tue Nov 08, 2016 12:01 pm


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