GR - June BugNoah remembered the first time he ever met Six and Holiday's daughter.More Like This
Although, by "met", he tended to refer to the first time he met her as a child, at the point where she could comprehend other people's existences on a deeper level aside from her mother and father. Most babies just smiled and laughed at everything, especially a girl as sugary sweet as her. So Noah didn't have to particularly worry about a first impression. And it wasn't until she turned five that the girl hung around Providence regularly, after plenty of crying and whining from what he heard, anyway for the chance to see where her parents worked.
And, needless to say one day was more than enough to get her hooked.
...Of course, she hit it off especially well with Rex. He was just the type of guy that was great with kids. Especially one as young as her to laugh sincerely at his lame jokes.
With Noah, it was a little more difficult. And the only thing to blame for that was bad timing.
GR - First DateThe sound of running footsteps was loud and echoed along the hallways of Providence, reverberating all the way to reach Noah's ears from several yards away. But it didn't take a rocket scientist to figure out who they most likely belonged to on a calm day like this.More Like This
Noah turned just in time to see Rex skidding into view as he turned a corner. Then, upon seeing the blonde down the hall, he immediately rushed back into a sprint straight towards him.
The man in question abruptly tensed when it was clear Rex was going to be using him as a stopping device for his dash when he tackled right into him.
"N-noah!" Rex said again, out of breath, once both straightened up and he placed his hands on Noah's shoulders for him to focus on the grave expression he was wearing, "...We have...a situation..."
"...Uh...okay..." Noah looked at him with a mixture of confusion and skepticism. It was always hard to tell with Rex if what he was so frantic about was really worth it. If this was like the
GR - Three WordsNoah was a logical person.More Like This
Always had been. And probably always would be.
Unlike another person he knew, he couldn't bring himself to be careless about things. He had to think ahead, at least slightly. He had to plan, weigh the pros and cons, consider every possibility, and then make the right choice. That was just the best way to deal with things. It was the safe way to deal with things. He was only human, after all.
Of course, he was a risk-taker in other aspects of his life. That was certain.
There was, perhaps, no one in Providence who didn't consider him to be a highly reckless agent. And yet he was successful in his rashness, just as Rex was, and so there was no real issue to be discussed. Most people in their line of work referred to recklessness as bravery, anyway.
...But no. With the important things, Noah was logical. He was careful. He was more cautious of things that held a true weight. Things that would affect him for the rest of his life.
When he was asked by White to tak
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His first memory is that of a room so white it hurt to look around. He was smaller then, no bigger than a ten year old. He knew nothing but the fact that he was unable to leave and an inborn feeling urged him to get out, to be free. His arms changed, unthinkingly, unconsciously, into their mechanical form and he pounded the walls wildly. He screamed, words that made no sense and had no meaning. Mixes of Spanish and English spilled out as the walls bended, but would not break beneath his punches. He was so scared. He was alone with no idea who or where he was.
He couldn't breath right. Terror filled his whole body and overrode any other feelings. His eyes flicker wildly around the room as they sought both threat and escape. The door slide open soundlessly to his left and he pushed himself to the wall to protect his back. A man in green strode up to him, undeterred by the fact that the child before him had hands of metal and eyes of a wild animal. His eyes were hid by shades of gr