Author: ConspiracyAnalyst101 PM
A short story on why Rain doesn't consider it an insult to die a 'dog's death'. T for themes, nothing bad. 'You know that's not a compliment.' Machika shouted, rolling her eyes at Rain. R&R please!Rated: Fiction T - English - Friendship/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 8 - Words: 7,026 - Reviews: 7 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 02-04-13 - Published: 04-18-12 - Status: Complete - id: 8036678
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Disclaimer: I do not own Immortal Rain, Kaori Ozaki does.
AN: Well here it is finally, I'm so sorry it's been a while. I was on an unexpected haitus. However without further ado, the final chapter if it could even be called that. Thanks for those reading and for the feedback ;)
general zargon: You, my fine reviewer, have been amazing. You've reviewedwith helpful tips/opinions and wonderfully kind words unworthy of this simple beginner. Yes, indeed Mana's a special case, she can't pass on any sicknesses she contracts, I'm glad that kinda came across :) So I will not prolong the inevitable, apologies on it's short-ness but it is just a mere epilogue, sorry for the wait!
A cool breeze washed through the town, rustling trees, mimicking the sound of light rain. "I wonder if you're out there meeting people." The fifteen year old wondered aloud to herself, adjusting the blanket around her shoulders. Sitting at the window of her room, she twirled strands of black hair. "You sure were weird. That kind of wound healing after only a few hours." It was only after the reports could finally reach her village Mana had realised just who she had been talking to. "Shame you left so soon, I wanted to braid that long mane of yours…" She smirked, chuckling at the mental image. Sadness however dwelled on her mind, thinking of just how lonely he'd be. "What kind of person will it take to catch you and make you feal at home again?" She asked absently, coughing lightly as she reminisced over the strange man that had stumbled into her father's shed. A small laugh left her as she considered the words she passed on... and she smiled, "I bet they'll be real nice."
"Dumbass!" Rain's grim reaper scolded, landing a successful hit painfully atop the immortal's head. "That's because you're always doing things to make me cry." She continued, sniffing. "Listen, you! You should care a little more about your life!"
"Life?" Rain tilted his head curiously, he was immortal after all what was there to worry about?
"Uh, I mean…" Machika stuttered, "W-What I mean is… you want to be human right?" Rain slowly nodded, "But if you become human, you'd die right away."
"Sounds good to me!" A moment passed while Rain took in what she was saying, the fourteen year old grim reaper sighed, unimpressed, "You are definitely the type who would jump in front of a car to save a dog." Machika decided, frowning at the immortal. Rain considered her words, thinking and unconsciously smiled at the notion. "Th-" Machika threw her arms in the arm, threatening to hit the immortal again, "That's not a compliment!"
101: Wow guys, it finally happened *places on jazz hat*
539: Yeah, I finally found the amaizng world of Disney *cries from happiness*
101: And the not-so-shocking world of bad sequels to classics! *fiddles with microphones and kareoke machine*
101: Uh... *stands and bursts into loud song* so long, so long, so long, so long! *throws 539 a microphone*
539, singing: *catches and places on jazz hat* So long, so long, so long, so long!
101, 539, singing loudly: So long, so long, so long and THANKS FOR ALL THE FISH!