“Winry, this feels weird. I can’t see,” you said as Winry pushed you forward. You didn’t know where she was leading you or why, she just somehow managed to get you to play along without giving any kind of explanation. “Ahhh!” You exclaimed, taking a step and almost falling somewhere.
“Careful, don’t fall down the steps!” Winry laughed as she continued to help guide you down the steps.
Finally, you were down the steps and Winry stopped you. You felt a cool breeze hit you, causing a chill to go down your spine. Winry must have taken you outside, but why would she do that? She didn’t need to blindfold you to get you to go outside!
“Can I take my blindfold of
”But, not fast enough!”
“Foolish alchemist, do you know who you’re dealing with?” Scar said calmly, readying another attack. Edward charged towards the man with the scar, very confident in his actions, well until he heard a pop sound come from his arm. His eyes widened and he immediately stopped. Scar saw this as an opportunity and charged towards Edward again. Edward looked like a deer in the headlights as he stood there frozen.
“Stop!” I yelled, jumping in front of Edward, blocking the attack. The last thing I saw were blue lights coming towards me.
I felt pain run through my body. I saw blood on the ground everywhere as I lay on my side. Was all of that really my blood? I also heard my name, it was being yelled by multiple people, but, I knew I heard Alphonse’s voice. I thought he wasn’t
Edward snored on in it's twin across the room, his metal arm glinting in the moonlight that streamed in the open window.
"I'm not tired." You yawned, feeling yourself lean towards the cold comfort of his metal. "Quit telling me to go to bed."
"You need some sleep." Al insisted with a faint smile in his voice. "I'll be fine by myself. I'm used to it."
You voiced a mumbled complaint as you shifted further. Al knew that if he had a human body, he would be blushing blood red. You were practically snuggled against his side. He couldn't feel the wonderful experience, though he liked to imagine that he could.
He paused, moving one large