Hanako yawned as he floated around in his bathroom, then hummed to himself while playing with the knife he always carried around. He wondered where Nene was, and he floated outside before calling out. "Yashiro!" He called, looking around before trotting around the school grounds and waiting for her to respond. "...Where is she...? I don't think she...left?" He hummed softly, thinking to himself before floating right outside of the front doors to the school. Maybe she was just...gone. Into a border perhaps? Maybe.
Tsukasa hummed a quiet tune to himself, otherwise silently and contently basking in the evening sun while he strolled around the school's gardens, looking down at all that the students had grown. Nene wasn't there, which he himself found to be unusual, but then again, she could easily be back at the Hanako's bathroom in the old building, so it didn't surprise him much. He blinked and looked up from the patch of lavender flowers he was delicately observing when he heard the familiar voice of Hanako call out, his eyes going wide with a flurry of joy as he saw the figure of his brother walk out the front doors of the school. Without a shred of hesitation, Tsukasa hastily floated over and clung to Hanako, keeping him caught in a hug while he grinned from ear to ear. "Amaneeeee!!! Hi, hi, hi!!"
He flinched at his brother's appearance, tensing at the hug before quietly pushing him off. "What do [i you] want, Tsukasa? And where's Yashiro? Where have you taken her?" He demanded, holding onto his brother's collar as he growled. The orbs floating around him let out gentle whirrs as Hanako seethed, anger coursing through him as his eyes glowed softly. He was clearly angry, prepared to use all the force at his disposal to find his assistant. "Tell me. She could be in danger or dying right now, and she could be looking for me. I'm not going to leave her alone." He demanded again, letting out an angry growl as his Haku-joudai floated around them. The cape formed around him as he gripped onto his brother further, baring his teeth as he growled angrily.
Tsukasa only fell silent and facially blank, staring at his brother with solid black eyes, the firey colours having been taken right out of them. He did nothing but stare, and stare some more before a Cheshire-like smile appeared on his expression. "Ohhhh! You think [i I] have Nene-chan!" He said with a quiet laugh as if that fact wasn't clear with how semi-aggressive Hanako was, the twins' red-orange colour swiftly returning to his eyes soon after. "[i If] I had her, she'd be with me and playing a game with me, don't you think! You should know this by now, Amane! Maybe she's in the tea room? I haven't been in there for a few hours; Sakura kicked me out cause she needed some alone time and she said I wasn't very helpful. OH! She could also be with Mitsuba! I'm not sure where Mitsuba would be though..."
He grumbled and let go of his brother, whispering to his Haku-Joudai to go find Yashiro. It floated off in another direction, and his eyes fell back onto Tsukasa as he leaned back with a soft tsk. "So...is there any particular reason you decided to show your face today, oh brother of mine?" His usual sassy and sarcastic personality was back, watching him for a moment before sighing softly. Hanako sounded annoyed, but at least he wasn't trying to attack him again. He wanted to, but he knew that wouldn't do much. It would mean annoyance for him, and one of his Haku-Joudai was busy, so he was a bit out of options at this point. He had to talk with his brother until the orb returned, gently tapping his finger on his arm as he floated in front of the entrance. 'Even number 2 was more pleasant than this...' He thought to himself, sighing and closing his eyes.
"I wanted to see the gardens!" Tsukasa answered with a smile, floating there as if he hadn't a care in the world; and he didn't at the moment as he was just happy to see his brother. "Have you seen them? Nene-chan does a good job; she grows daikons too, I find it funny! She grows the very thing she's nicknamed! C'mon, you've gotta see!" He lightheartedly laughed, doing a small circle in the air before gently tugging at Hanako's sleeve and trying to drag him back to the gardens where Tsukasa was moments prior to the other appearing. "I wonder if she eats them... Or would that be considered cannabilism? Do you think she's a cannibal, Amane?? I've never seen her eat before, so maybe she is... Oh, I'll love doing deals with her once she dies! We'll have so much fun!"
"I have seen them, yes. And I don't think it's nice to call her a daikon, Tsukasa, I think she's beautiful the way she is." He scoffed gently, then crossed his arms as he lightly glared down his brother. "Anyways...are you...I..." Hanako sighed and shook his head as he stood on the ground, sitting down after a moment and lightly hugging himself as his Haku-Joudai returned, telling him where Nene was. Inside number 5's Boundary. Fine. He just tapped his finger on his arm and closed his eyes as he sighed. Tsukasa being right in front of him made him remember all of the times they'd spent together, all of the times they'd spent playing, laughing, eating together...all gone now...Tears welled in his eyes as he gripped onto his arms tightly, sniffling and trying to repress his tears. "I hope she never has to deal with you, Tsukasa..."
"She's going to have to if and when she dies, Amane! That's just the rule of life!" Tsukasa chirped out, floating around the garden and carefully examining all that was grown by the students at the school. He visually seemed fascinated with the plants, especially the flowers, but he pried his eyes away from the lavender blooming buds to look back at my brother. The eccentric apparition frowned, "Are you...? Hey, it's okay! Nene-chan can stay your assistant even in the afterlife! She'd just have to stay with me more often," Tsukasa offered out, assuming that was what Hanako was upset about, slowly floating closer. Or, that was his best guest at least, considering the topic at hand; hey, he couldn't read the other's mind after all.
"You died because of rules...you made a stupid deal with that apparition and I killed you because of it..." He mumbled out, although it was extremely hard to hear or understand his words because of his tears and his mumbling. If anything, it kinda sounded more like crying or sobbing than true words, which Hanako was regrettably thankful for. He hated spilling his feelings like that, and he cursed the fact that he could still cry even in the afterlife. He wiped his tears quickly, floating away and mumbling to himself about what he knew of the deal. Only that it existed, and that the apparition was partially at fault for his brother's death. He hated it, and he gripped his fists as his little orbs whizzed around him in an attempt to make him feel better. He sniffled and wiped his eyes again, smiling at the little orbs. "Thanks..."
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