It was like running with a whole different person. Li’s face was… cold. Empty.
Scared, Ichigo thought, pushing himself to keep up as Li decided a chain-link fence was a suggestion, not a wall, and bounced up and over it in two hooking steps of worn sneakers. Continue reading
Oh, this was going to be fun. Pulling his fist out, Hei opened his hand to display two earpieces with mikes.
Always have a backup. Continue reading
Same species, different spider, better lighting. And some luck. Continue reading
Sometimes you just need a little orange.
Kirsi bent down a little, whispering in her uncle’s ear.
Uncle Kuno frowned. Almost a grimace. Gave her a look askance. Continue reading
The market door-jingle was a welcome distraction. Ichigo peered that way despite the intervening shelves, hoping to distract Li from imminent death by security camera embarrassment. Cats were distractible, right? Where was a laser pointer when he needed one? Continue reading
“-No way!” Yuzu’s voice was bright and happy next to the eggs. “It’s just a manga. No one can just flip raw eggs and vegetables together like that in one toss. Continue reading
Urahara had taught him zanjutsu and cutting his opponent down, no matter what. The ex-captain’s training relied on spirit pressure to block lesser blades, and keep a shinigami alive through what ought to be mortal blows. Li’s fighting style-
Li fights like a mortal. Continue reading
If spider-averse, you may wish to go no farther.