Author has written 5 stories for Gunslinger Girl.
Dec 25 UPDATE: It may be a little late (okay, very late), but Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, everyone! In case you don't know, La Stessa Cosa (Lit. "The Same Thing")* is a one-shot--featuring Caterina and Celestina Alvise--which I've been thinking of writing for a while. It fills in some of the gaps between Cosca and Cosa Nostra and continues the tradition of twisting the canon using the lovably unstable Twins.
Also, I know many of you are wondering, but there's no need to worry. The third installment of The Far-Flung Trilogy is still in the works, though it may need a re-title among other things. I'll get that out as well when it's ready. Of course, I can't offer even a tentative release date :P In the meantime, see below for a new preview!
[Asterisk]Fun little fact: the titles of the stories featuring the Twins all come from Italian mob terminology. The girls are former mafia princesses, after all.
Triela stopped with a raised fist and paused as if listening intently. Then she dropped to a prone position in the snow. Henrietta immediately followed suit as four guards appeared in the doorway of a nearby structure. They began to patrol towards the two cyborgs, who tensed and prepared to fire. The guards approached, six meters away, then five. Four. Three…They stopped. With a casual farewell, the group of four split into pairs and separated in opposite directions, neither of which would take them close enough to the girls to spot them.
Triela sighed and waited a moment longer before rising again. She sped up a little to distance herself from the light surrounding the structure. When she reached a storage container, she rounded the corner. She collided face-first into the chest of a patrolling guard. Stumbling back, she tripped over herself and landed on her rear. She raised her pistol to fire, knowing she would miss.
“Wh—!” the guard began to cry out when a single pistol round passed through his nasal cavity, killing him instantly. Henrietta appeared immediately at Triela’s side and helped her to her feet.
“Nice shot,” said Triela, “I owe you one.”
Henrietta said, “No problem.” The pair moved again.
Caterina ("Rina"): cah-teh-REE-nah (REE-nah)
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