ImmersiveThe more Germany thinks about it, the more he is inclined to believe that Japan had some sort of hidden motive behind this gift. When compared with what he had chosen for Italy this year (a pasta drying rack; Italy had been delighted, and immediately disassembled the precarious contraption involving string, coat hangers, wooden spoons and pipe cleaners that had served the same purpose up until that point) his Christmas present to Germany seems an entirely inexplicable choice. It is not as if Germany has ever expressed an interest in visual novels, after all let alone this type, with its school uniforms and flower petals and cover image involving several extremely effeminate, blushing cartoon characters.Immersive4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"I was involved personally in its production," Japan had said, as Italy wound his arms around Germany's neck from behind and peered curiously over his shoulder. "I would be interested to know what you think of it."
"It looks cute!" Italy had pronounced, as if this was all the fee
France and Joan of Arc - Until ForeverFrance and Joan of Arc - Until Forever8 months ago in Romance More Like This
A light breeze went by as the nobleman approached the vast field of engraved stone. A bouquet was in hand as he walked along the pavement by the lea, until straying into the grass and stopped under a lone monolith underneath an oak tree.
Several leaves and dust was swept carefully from the stone's cold surface revealing a name avoided for a while.
The bouquet of irises were placed gently before the grave and he leaned against the tree.
"How long has it been, my friend?"
He closed his eyes and let out a sigh. He never dared to come here for centuries.
But he was there now.
"Where do I begin? It seems like forever..."
It was unusual, this relationship. A mortal and a being that not even is man, but simply a country.
He was just that. Simply a country.
She on the other hand, was a hero. A soldier determined to win back her country from the English. A saint. Someone loved by many. Or maybe all...
"How different it is today than way back. Still, I wouldn'