Blue and Red
Disclaimer: I don't own Resident Evil.
A/N: To be blunt, I made this because I'm sick and tired of the lack of Leon/Ada. I don't expect anybody to read this, honestly. I'm writing it for myself. Most of the ideas came from my best friend (who will also be writing some of the oneshots/drabbles) and some came from me. The title is quite obvious. Drabbles will be short, oneshots will be long. Titles of the chapter will be bolded. (Ratings and everything else will be below title.) And I'm not too…happy about this chapter. (Sad, huh?)
Class: Drabble (293 words)
If you asked Leon S. Kennedy what his favorite color is, you'd probably expect him to say blue. He obviously likes blue. He wears it all the time. His eyes are a pale, ice-blue. His house key is painted blue. But he wouldn't say blue. No, he'd startle you by telling you that his favorite color is not blue but a color of passion and love but also of hatred and blood.
He'd tell you his favorite color is red, the color a certain guardian angel of his wore in both the Raccoon City incident and the cult incident in rural Europe. And he'd tell you that red just fits things better than blue. Because red is passion. And love. And hatred. Blue, he'd explain, is just blue. It's cold and cool and water. Not passion, not love, not hatred. Just coldness and water. And what fun is that?
If you asked Ada Wong what her favorite color is, you'd of course expect red. She wears red, mainly red dresses. And although she doesn't have red eyes, which would be weird, or a key painted red, you can just tell a woman as passionate as she would love red. But she would smirk slyly and cock her head and tell you that her favorite color is a color of cold, of power, of loyalty.
You see, she'd softly explain that her favorite color is blue, the color her protector wore in both the Raccoon City and the cult incident in rural Europe. She'd tell you that blue described her easier. It was the color of optimism, loyalty, faith, protection, and new beginnings. And that fit her better than red, with its meaning of hatred and blood. That just doesn't work with her.