Tadashi panted as he made his way through the obstacle course again. Jumping over objects in the way or dodging objects being thrown at him… or better yet just burning some of them before they made contact.
“Look at him.” Natasha smiled. “Muuuch better than he was about a month or so ago.”
Tadashi landed on the ending point, keeping his head held high as he looked to his two trainers, triumph in his eyes.
“Heh… Kind of reminds me of you, Steve.”
“Yeah…” Steve looked at Tadashi, empathy in his eyes. “Me too, actually.”
“Deep breaths. Try to focus.”
Tadashi nodded, trying to do as he was told. For once he wasn’t in combat. Right now he was sitting on the floor crossed legged, trying to get his thoughts in order… trying to clear his head. It was harder than he expected it to be.
Come on… Why can’t I relax? This shouldn’t be so hard!
His eyes scrunched a little, his hands gripping at his knees tightly.
“Tadashi, open your eyes for a moment, you’re clearly struggling.”
Tadashi sighed, doing so, looking up at his instructor.
“Don’t be. From what IR
12.Please don't be afraid(The Minstrel's Audition)
“Please, don’t be scared of me. I’m not dangerous, just big.”
Joshua quirked his eyebrow at the young Giborim before him. The boy had just reached the age of adulthood for the Giborim which was thirteen. He was already quite large for a giant. He was pretty close to seventy feet already. He had dark blue hair indicating that he probably had some cloud giant in his bloodline somewhere. Although with those sea green eyes, it could just as easily be storm giant. His skin was pale though, much paler than it should have been.
“You’ll have to excuse me your majesty.” Joshua said with respectful bow. ̶
Take a rest kid. You’re gonna pass out again and I don’t want to have to answer to your mother about overworking you.
Tadashi sighed, looking around as he was taking a small walk around the training camp. He was hitting the ground running when his hand finally healed up. It was a lot of work but he honestly didn’t mind it. He was willing to do whatever he needed to do be ready for what he was going into.
Just hard to believe that of all people I’m training with, I’m training with people who I thought were mostly all fictional…
He took a glance at himself in a window. He found himself often jumping at his
Shaylin was waiting patiently on the helicopter pad of the hospital, Lily beside her, holding her hand tightly.
“You think Hermano is okay…? He sounded so sad last night.”
Shaylin patted her head.
“He’s been through a lot. Let’s remember to be patient with him like we have before. The least we can do is celebrate him getting certified. In only a month at that.”
“Yeah… I’m gonna give him the biggest hug ever and we’re gonna play games.”
A helicopter soon came into view, whipping their hair around like crazy before the rotors finally