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  1. Freya bumbled along slowly, a small smile on her face as her friend described the best ways to track a bandits. She spoke as if she had done this numerous times, only serving to build-up Freya's respect for Kiyoko by multitudes. It seemed as if there wasn't anything which Kiyoko couldn't do, or hadn't done. She was good at Taijutsu, Ninjutsu and Kiyoko had summoned a dog at one point! Those were the three things which Freya had actually seen her friend do, who knew the kind of things which Kiyoko kept hidden. Freya nodded to show Kiyoko that her words were not lost on the Albino. Freya wasn't the smartest person out there, so stuff like this often flew right over her head. Thankfully, the Kimono-Clad kunochi had a habit of making these things a lot more easier to understand. Whether it was by accident or on purpose, Freya didn't care. But she was still thankful for it, she needed to add that to the list: 'Things Freya's thankful for - Kiyoko Addition'. "Talk? Hmmm" Freya murmured, her energetic mind whirring with topics of conversation. Talking was something which Freya rarely got to indulge in, she had just somehow grew up without talking to people. It meant that Freya's mind had picked up a long, long list of things to talk about over her childhood, yet she had never had a way to vent them out. Turning Freya into a literal walking dictionary of random knowledge and questions. Woe to any poor soul who started a conversation with her, for once they had been started, they rarely ever stopped. Her mind eventually settled on a fairly mundane question. It was quite boring but, well, all of her conversation starters were mundane and boring. Freya had spent the majority of her life training and studying up on her clan, it meant that she didn't have much to bond with other people on. However, that didn't stop her from somehow talking to people endlessly for hours on end. She had the strange power to talk about 'Nothing'. Someone could bring up bugs in a conversation and, despite knowing next to nothing about the critters, Freya could always bang on about them non-stop. "... How are you so strong?" Freya asked, the question was likely to end with a long-winded answer. But she was actually genuinely curious. After all, Kiyoko looked to be about 1-2 years younger than the Albino, but there was still an incredibly large gap in between their skills. At least she had inherited the peculiar bloodline from her mother which dealt with some of her obvious downfalls in skill. But, as far as Freya knew, Kiyoko hadn't displayed any bloodlines or the sort. Perhaps Kiyoko was just what they called 'A Genius'. Who knew? TWC: 1259
  2. A familiar voice suddenly sounded out of nowhere, causing Freya to lift her head and grin widely, her eyes crinkling at the sides to showcase how genuine her smile was. Freya was pretty happy that she had been partnered with someone she had met previously, Freya was a social-butterfly, but that didn't mean that she could immediately make friends with anyone. Plus, this mission would be relatively dangerous, she'd rather entrust her life to a friend over a random person that she'd only met once. Freya noticed Kiyoko's glances towards her equipment, and a little feeling of anxiousness came over her. The albino wasn't the smartest of individuals, but she had a sneaking suspicion that Kiyoko would be monitoring Freya's use of weapons. As Kiyoko seemed to have a teacher-like quality to her. Though, of course, Freya was probably completely wrong with this regard, she had only met Kiyoko once after all. "Err, yeah, I'm going to be using them..." The words Freya spoke were bold, yet her tone was uncertain. She was scared, not of the bandits, she was positive that Kiyoko would be able to deal with anything which was thrown at her. No, she was scared of wielding a weapon, arming herself increased the possibilities of injuring, maybe even killing, her enemies. She wished to apprehend them and give them to the authorities, not kill them. Freya only nodded as Kiyoko pointed out the giant shuriken on her back, Freya was too caught up in her anxiety to to properly process the casual way Kiyoko refereed to her weapons. She gulped, steeling herself as a new-found determination fount its way onto her babyish features. She clenched her fist together, taking a deep breath. "You ready?" Freya stood up and dusted herself off, looking through the gates and at the bridge. Once Kiyoko gave her confirmation that she was ready, Freya would start walking across the bridge, heading in the direction of the coast. If Kiyoko was following, then Freya would turn her head without breaking stride and begin speaking to Kiyoko. "How are we going to find them? I haven't had much experience tracking..." She grinned sheepishly, awaiting the answer from Kiyoko. TWC: 803
  3. From the album Freya

    Freya with her rarely-held weapons.
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    Freya tries a new hairstyle.
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    Freya in the snow
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    This is Freya trying to get her point across, usually done via shouting like a maniac.
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    Freya reaching out her hand to something.
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    Freya is just downright confused.
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    A rare occurrence, Freya actually wearing 'Girly' clothing.
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    Freya wearing some normal clothes.
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    Freya all scratched up
  12. Mission Name | Bandit DuoMission Type | Water VillageRanking | BRepeatable? | YesMission NPCs | 2 C Rank banditsMission Description | There are two bandits who have camped out on the Mizumura Coast. One bandit is strong in Taijutsu, the other is strong in Bukijutsu. Locate them and defeat them before they can stage any more robberies.Word Count | 1000 Words ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ It was about 1 PM. The day was quite nice, in Mizumura's standards at least. The sun beat down on her pale, exposed skin. Freya relished the sunlight, hoping it would bring a tan to her incredibly pale skin. But alas, it stayed as pale as the snow, without giving any hints that it would get more tanned anytime soon. What a shame... It seemed that she wasn't going to stop being an albino anytime soon, that much was for certain. She sighed, bringing her hand up to her face while looking up at the sky. Today she had been tasked with a mission, one which was incredibly difficult, from what she could gather. The last one she had completed had been a C-Rank, and this one was a B-Rank... Not much of a difference for other people, but for Freya, considering the mild mental trauma the last mission had caused... Yeah, she wasn't excited for this. AT ALL. Freya had all her usual equipment upon her person, the kunai leg holster was wrapped around her right leg, all five of her kunai safely strapped inside. Her pack of 20 Senbon was securely attached to her left hip and a small pouch attached to the back of her shorts carried five shurikens. Pretty much accepting her fate as an albino, Freya had put her soft hood up over her face. Making her look quite edgy and cool. She stuck her hands in her hoodie pockets and breathed slowly. She was currently waiting at the meeting spot for the mission she had been selected to partake in, a bench near the village gate. Apparently, once her partner arrived, they would have to both venture across the bridge to the coast and 'deal' with two bandits which had been stirring up trouble. Freya sincerely hoped that 'dealing' with them didn't mean killing them... It all depended on the attitude of her partner. With that thought in mind, Freya quickly wondered who her partner would be. Who knew, hopefully, it would be fun though! TWC: 391 @Kiyoko
  13. Freya almost laughed at Kiyoko's confusion at Freya's unending speech process. It was true, once the albino was set on something, she would see it through the end. Even if that somehow ended up with her dead... Or worse. Maybe ending up with her being strung up by tentacles again, she was still finding that funny. She had the urge to try and get the kage back somehow, maybe she and Kiyoko could attempt to prank him? She grinned, that'd be very fun indeed. She listened as Kiyoko pointed out the obvious short-comings in her goal. Freya agreed that it was naive, possibly even a stupid goal. But the thought did not dissuade her, nor did Kiyoko's words. Shinobi needed a goal to push themselves further, without a clear one, they would likely find that they weren't garnering as much progress at they perhaps might of hoped. Perhaps with Kiyoko's help she could push herself even further than possible, she'd show the Mizukage that she was capable! "I agree," Freya mused as Kiyoko told her that it was a good thing to strive towards. Freya could respect Kiyoko's brashness, it was a similarity which Freya was happy to have spotted. It was interesting that they both had the same problem of always speaking their mind, completely disregarding the possibly fatal repercussions of their actions. "Big emphasis on the 'If' there, Shiratori. Becoming a kage seems a bit too far-fetched, even for one as optimistic as me! But hey, if I ever meet with the kage again, I'll put in a good word for you." She said with a mischievous grin. Her words making it seem like she knew the Mizuakge on a personal level, which she didn't of course. She nodded when her friend suggested that they collect all their weapons, it had been an interesting morning. She couldn't wait to continue! TWC: 6752
  14. Freya almost looked a little sheepish when Kiyoko scolded her, but the lack of any annoyance in her tone allowed Freya to realize that Kiyoko wasn't merely just telling her off, and was more leaning toward informing her correctly. Freya had a habit of just sprouting whatever she had on her mind, it was something she needed to rein in, otherwise, she would probably get in a lot of trouble when she was older. Heck, it could happen anytime now. She hoped the day would never come, where she spoke to the kage again and made a comment about his appearance that may or may not get her killed. "Hey, you seem skilled enough to become a jounin, you just need to wait for the exams," Freya said after her friend told her that she had a long way to go. "Maybe you should take my route and just barge into the kage's office and demand to get a rank up or something." Freya laughed, she needed to do that again sometime. It had been quite fun. "I must warn you though, the Mizukage has a thing for tentacles." She joked, referencing the time he had, quite literally, left her strung up in the office, both of her arms and legs being strung up by tentacles. Kiyoko asked Freya what her goals were, the albino considered this. Before this morning, she hadn't really had any idea of where she wanted to go in life. Sure, she had a semi-goal, to stop the eternal hate in the world, but after actually living for a bit, she had realized just how impossible it actually was. She had attempted to become an Anbu, because she had believed that it would bring her one step closer to her goal. She still wasn't sure if becoming an Anbu would achieve what she wanted, but it was the only lead she had at the moment. "My goals? Well, I hadn't really decided on a proper one which was actually achievable until this morning. I've always wanted to stop the eternal hate in the ninja world, I even attempted to become an Anbu to try and help with those plans. I have, however, recently realized how futile this goal is. What I decided today, was to try and become powerful enough to apprehend my opponents without severely hurting them or killing them. You saw today, I tried my utmost to not launch any attacks at you, and I instead opted to dodge and counter-attack. That was why I needed the practice to fight without attacking." Freya launched into a mini speech. It was something that could've likely been shortened down a lot further, but she wasn't the most articulate with words, so she always ended up speaking more than needed.
  15. Freya noted Kiyoko's fatigue, it was odd to see someone who was completely dominating her a few minutes ago, so defenseless and tired. Freya was not nearly as fatigued, as she hadn't really particularly done anything taxing to her body. Her heavy breaths were more due to the fact that the smoke had filled her lungs with almost unbreathable air, and she was still recovering. Taking in deep, broken breaths every couple of seconds to try and re-expand her lungs back to their default setting. A task which was proving to be incredibly difficult. She hoped to break this stupid breathing problem. Freya decided, that from now on, she would freak out at the sign of any smoke bombs. "It wasn't luck, I don't believe in stuff like that. Just think, who was it who decided to activate those techniques beforehand?" Freya grinned, speaking about something surprisingly philosophical for an obnoxious loud-mouth like herself. She really wanted to show Kiyoko how much respect she held for the Kimono-wearing kunoichi, but she wasn't the most articulate with her words. So something like this was about the pinnacle of what she was able to achieve. Freya nodded when Kiyoko pointed out the fact that Freya had a severe lack of any offensive techniques, it was quite a stupid weakness to have. Considering the powerful bloodline she had inherited from her mother, but it was true. Freya just wasn't a fan of hurting people, let alone killing them. However, this training session with Kiyoko had highlighted one thing today. And that was that Freya had the capability to apprehend her opponents without the need to kill them. This was the push that Freya needed to start to train harder than ever before, with a clear goal in her mind. She realized that training with a goal was much more fulfilling than training without one. She let Kiyoko finish speaking, the grin on the albino child's face was enough to signify that she 100% agreed with everything her friend was saying. "Trust me, it doesn't sound dumb at all, everything you've said today has helped me far more than anything my Acadamy Teachers taught me, back when I was a student. I've come further today than I have in my whole 19 years of existence." Freya grinned, meaning every word. "Have you ever considered becoming a tutor at the Academy?" Freya asked, rather happy with the day's events.