@typical_demigod said in Character Respond, Answer, Ask (November Edition):
Ceamath: I find kittens cute. And some humans.
Sabine: "Both kittens and certain people can be very, very cute." blushing happily thinking of someone
Rachel: "Ick-humans? No. Kittens, they're cute yeah. People are petty and childish and cruel and they don't give a damn about anyone else. Keep your people. I'd prefer the company of animals any day."
Delilah: "I think anyone can be cute, given the right circumstances and surroundings. Watching someone light up when talking about something they're passionate about is precious. It makes me happy just knowing that people have that meaning in their life. It's nice. It makes me wish I had a hobby I enjoyed that much. I haven't had much chance to find hobbies."
@blackbird said in Character Respond, Answer, Ask (November Edition):
Sebastian: "I... Hmph... There might have been a dressing up incident when I was little. I will state, for the record, I don't remember this. I... Hmph..."
Kyle: "He had dragon pajamas. And according to Kat he refused to take 'em off for like a month when we were four. And she had to literally force them out of him to wash. Or something."
Sebastian: blushes "I... Don't remember that."
Delilah: "Awww! That's cute. I remember when I was a kid I had this white dress with a pink sash that my mother got for me to wear when we needed to dress up. I once put it on just because I could and ran around outside in it. I got it dirty and I felt so awful. But I loved the dress so much...Mother managed to get all the stains out and from then on I was extra-careful when I wore it."
Sabine: "Dragon pajamas? Nice. I've very briefly met the real thing, you know-well, a close relative."
Rachel: "I know you're not calling that stubborn, ill-tempered war drake a dragon. She's feisty and irritable but she's very much earth-bound and a little small to impersonate her ancestors."
Sabine: "Shhh, she's related though. Didn't I say close relative?"
Rachel: "Close is a stretch,"
Q: What is the most irritating sound you can imagine?
Sabine: "It's a tossup between the irritating sound of Shane's voice grating in my ear or anyone trying to wake me up before dawn."
Rachel: "Shane's really not that bad."
Sabine: "Let me rephrase. The irritating sound of Shane teasing me relentlessly even when I keep telling him to shut his stupid face. Better?"
Rachel: "That's...fair. He does tease."
Sabine: "That's an understatement."
Rachel: "Huh...the most irritating? I dunno for sure. I used to stay in this little shack next to the smithy so I'd have to say hammers banging against steel or grinding noises will get on my nerves pretty quickly. I moved pretty fast after the first few nights but I still hate the sounds. Arguing sucks too, but that's just a part of life."
Delilah: "I've never really thought about sounds like that. Most of the time if I heard loud noises I had to be ready to run, fight, or...apologize. Profusely. I guess I don't really like them, but I wouldn't call them irritating."
Q: Have you ever looked at an outfit and thought, 'Cute!'? Have you ever worn something specifically to look cute?
Sabine: "Of course I have! I might not be the girliest all the time but I know how to look cute and sometimes I want to. I mean, lately I've been doing it more often, but-" blushes some
Rachel: "You are entirely transparent, you know that, right?"
Sabine: "What? What's wrong with looking cute for someone? Is it really so bad?"
Rachel: "I never said it was. You jumped the gun....anyways."
Delilah: "What about you, Rachel?"
Rachel: "Me? Why would I care if I looked cute-" blinks a few times
Rachel: "Maybe I have. Once or twice, when I was really young. Back when there were still some happy moments. Hard to remember for sure. But not any time recently. I don't give a damn how I look."
Delilah: "I hate to admit I've done this a lot. Back when I was still with father, I...I had to do horrible things. Hurt people. Kill some, even. Sometimes to get closer to a target I had to look cute and unassuming. It was the difference between a failed mission and a beating and a successful one."
Sabine: "Delilah...you know, none of what happened back then is your fault."
Delilah: pained smile "Thank you for the sentiment, Sabine. But I still believe it very much is, and I have a long ways to go to work off the debt to the world I've built up."
Q: Have you got any embarrassing childhood stories?
Sabine: "I'm not answering this. I've had them bandied about in my face by Shane enough I'm sick of them, whether hearing them or telling them myself."
Rachel: "Embarrassing? Like the time I slept over at a friend's house one night and stepped out for fresh air and got locked out? I had to wake him up to let me back in that same night. He still hasn't let me live it down. I'm still a kid to most people, so this counts, right? It's pretty recent."
Delilah: "I would think it does. I think my most embarrassing childhood moment was part of my naivete. A village boy convinced me to stand in a mirror and wait to see myself blink...and I actually stood in front of one for a full minute or so before I realized." embarrassed laugh
Rachel: "Come on, Sabine, do you really have anything worse than those two? Don't be a child."
Sabine: "I'd take that more seriously if it wasn't coming from a thirteen year old."
Rachel: "It's precisely because I'm thirteen you should just tell us."
Sabine: sighs "Fine. I'll tell one. When I was about thirteen I was going through a stage of trying to be a grownup and....I got ahold of some very adult underwear. I was wearing it and a skirt at the annual Goddess Festival, and Shane was bothering me about something during the march...and I tripped. I tripped and fell and my skirt went up and the whole town saw my less than appropriate underwear. I couldn't go outside for weeks after. I didn't ever want to leave my room. So there."
Rachel: "I stand corrected. Ours were tame."
Sabine: "Shut it."
Q: Do you have any items or trinkets you always keep with you? What are they,and why do you keep them around?