So I totally need to draw more often and more different stuff, so I’m starting this challenge. I’ll probably still draw fanart, so no worries.
Legion finally made it to the hospital after about thirty minutes of running. He burst through the door, panting and running up the the desk. “Where’s Raine at?!” He asked frantically as he looked at the nurse. “I need to see her now!” He argued with the nurse and finally a doctor took him to her room. He opened the door and sighed. “Hey…you doing ok?”
They’d put her under a little while after getting to the hospital. When she woke up, her room was empty and quiet. Raine shivered beneath her sheets, looking around the room. She jumped when Legion appeared, calming a little and shrugging, wincing at her leg. “M’ fine,” Raine murmured. “I’m alive and I’ve got bandages all over me.”
”You need to get fixed up.”
(going with this because I feel like it ;D)
Raine looked up at Finn, her blue eyes going a tad wide. Her lips parted - as if she were to speak - but nothing came out. Instead, her cheeks went a light pink, a hand over her heart. “…Yes,” she murmured softly. Her lips curled into a smile.
“O-Oh yeah,” He replied, nervous but excited, “You know, I might just be time for me to settle down and start a family. I-I mean, Ronin won’t lose his right-hand man or anything, but I’ve been alone… well not alone, just without a wife… I-I mean a person to love” He stumbles over his words while making slightly exaggerated hand motions. Finally he takes a breath, “The point is… I think i’m ready to start a family with you.”
Raine giggled when he stumbled over his words a little, squeezing his hands gently, blue eyes shining. “I’ve never had anyone to love before either. I worried I would never find someone…but then you happened and I couldn’t be happier,” the blonde smiled. Hearing Finn talk about starting a family with her…it sent her to cloud 9. Raine moved one hand to the back of the Lieutenant’s neck and pulled him down gently, rising up on her tip toes to kiss him sweetly. “I’m happy to start this with you,” she murmured.
Bramble had a fairly hefty chain around her neck, keeping her from charging any more of the patrons who walked too close to the cage, and there was a large purple bruise on her skin from it. There was no real way to tell how long she had been on display, but by now she was pretty much broken, crouched in a corner of the cage in an attempt to hide from the prying eyes of all these strangers. The only time she looked up was upon hearing Raine’s voice, her sleep deprived eyes scanning the peering crowd for the Leafwoman.
"R-Raine… friend…" she managed to choke.
When Bramble was finished combing out Raine’s hair, she set the brush down, and sat with Raine in front of a mirror.
"Hair is different." she said, motioning to how different their hair was in length and color.
Raine chuckled, studying both their reflections in the mirror. “You’re right. My hair is blonde and long.” The Leafwoman ruffled her bangs a little. “You are very pretty Bramble,” Raine pointed out.
Bramble nodded. “In, in.” she stepped aside and allowed Raine to pass into the burrow.
After a few moments, Bramble pulled back from Raine. “Raine need much rest…” she said softly.
The soldier met Bramble’s gaze and took in her words. She nodded slowly, the dark circles under her eyes visible. “Yes…I haven’t slept much,” Raine mumbled. “Sleep sounds so nice…”
ART THEFT IS NOT OKAY
- ART THEFT IS NOT OKAY
ART THEFT IS NOT OKAY
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Legion heard her whimper and cry softly. There had to be a story behind the car. Finally, the ambulances arrived and took her to the hospital. Legion had no way to get there. He began running towards e hospital. He had to find the girl and keep her company. The cops would be interviewing her and the drunk, not him. He ran as fast as he could, trying to find the hospital
Raine felt slightly numb and tired when she was lifted into the ambulance and driven off. She noticed Legion wasn’t in the vehicle. She was too tired to fuss about it, but she hoped he would be at the hospital. The blonde knew it was weird - especially since they’d just met that day - but he’d been in the crash with her. He seemed like a decent enough guy. Besides, she hated hospitals. They haunted her. She knew they were meant to help and heal…but her past wouldn’t let her fully trust them. “You have to…let that guy in to see me,” she murmured to the EMT. “His name is Legion…you have to let him see me,” she demanded.
The hospital wasn’t far apparently. The EMT assured her he’d “do his best” about Legion before wheeling her into the big building. Her muscles tensed and her eyes narrowed.