Angel Beats: Death's Door: Chapter 5 "No." Shiina replied to Hinata and Oyama bluntly. She then folded her arms and leaned against the corner.
Hinata jumped in amazement, "C'mon Shiinacchi!" He begged, "We've dealt with that Rin guy before, you can trust us."
"It isn't I who doesn't trust you." Shiina informed, "It's Rin who doesn't trust you. Leave him alone." The more they pestered the more Shiina got irritated.
"I don't think you understand just how dangerous that guy can be!" Hinata barked, "He managed to stop my bullets in mid air." With a smug look and crossed arms, Hinata spoke with confidence. "I think he's your equal, if not better."
"H-Hinata, what are you saying?" Oyama muttered.
With a whisper to Oyama, Hinata spoke to Oyama. "Pipe down, I'm trying to get her to talk."
"Of that he is." Shiina uttered in a calm voice. Both Oyama and Hinata were absolutely surprised. "He's not someone we should cross, and Rin is kind
Angel Beats: Death's Door: Chapter 4 A large halberd was swung downwards at Rin. Instead of dodging it, Rin used his sword, though still sheathed, as a shield. His opponent was the hard headed boy of the Afterlife Battalion known as Noda. His halberd stopped at Rin's sword. Rin then unleashed his weapon, but kept his sheath in place as it held Noda's weapon. From there, Rin tried to slash at Noda's abdominal twice in a sideways motion.
Just barely dodging the attack, Noda backed away. "Damn this guy!" He uttered to himself as he wiped the dirt from his chin. Watching as Rin re-sheathed his sword and stood ready. "Don't screw with me!" Noda shouted as he charged at Rin. He brought his halberd downwards with a force that could shatter the ground.
Again he removed his sword from it's case, but this time he used his sheath to parry the blade of the halberd as he spun around. Rin then brought the edge of his sword to Noda's neck. "Why are you attacking me?"
"Why are you re
Angel Beats:Death's Door: Chapter 3 The sound of the piano was soothing and somehow sad. The tune the instrument made was both enlightening and depressing. One could get lost in it's melody. That look in her eyes... Rin thought to himself, Why does it look so empty? He continued to play while contemplating about Shiina. It just... doesn't feel right... part of me doesn't want to leave her alone. Rin's facial expression goes form neutral to shocked at that thought. Why am I thinking that? She should be nothing more than a means to meet God and piss on the shoes of Death.
"You should get to class." The student council president said from the doorway.
Turning his head, Rin merely stuck out his tongue. Doesn't this girl ever take a break? She replied with a sigh and entered the room. Rin took hold of his sword and readied himself. Escape? Where to? He looked at every inch of the room and only found one way out. Hearing the girl utter, Ri
Angel Beats: Death's Door: Chapter 2 Shiina slowly repeated Rin's words. "You... believe... God... is dead?" She didn't seem to understand this, and so Shiina asked, "Why?"
Rin looked up at the sky and sighed, "Well, I believe in one of two things for God. He's either dead, or evil." He looked at Shiina, she tilted her head in confusion. "Both outcomes explain why so many bad things happen in the world. With God being dead, at least I can sleep at night knowing he doesn't purposely allow terrors to happen."
"I see," Shiina replied with an open hand. "Then I'll take that sword back."
Surprised to hear that, Rin refused. "Didn't know this came at a price."
"Either join the Afterlife Battalion, or give me back my sword." Shiina said calmly.
Rin thought for a moment, She seems quite persistent. What's this battalion thing? "Why do you care so much if I joined or not?"
"Because..." Shiina said weakly, "they're my partners, and
The Two Kings Revolution: Act IV: Chapter 9 Date: 452, Peace of Two Era. Month, Alturiak. Day, 7.
Dristan began to question her faith in her god. To allow such things to happen was not fair or even worthy of a fight. Why would Tempus let things like that to happen? She was given no answer. After listening to her captain for well over a year Dristan began to see truth in his words. God does not exist. All gods are dead...
The Eastern Temple of Tempus stopped receiving word from her since then.
Angel Beats: Death's Door: Chapter 1 Rin examined the girl. She had long dark blue hair, with red-burgundy eyes. Her clothes were strange, she didn't wear the uniform like all of the other students. It was similar, but different at the same time. A short-sleeved shirt, and a skirt that was cut on both sides. She had black bandages and guards on both arms. This girl even had black boots with shin guards. What stood out the most was her black scarf, nevertheless her clothing indicated that she's effective in fighting.
Okay, bluffing didn't work. Time for my second plan. "I got one thing to say before we fight." The girl raised and eyebrow. "How much you wanna bet I can run faster than you?" Rin then began to sprint pass the girl. Just as he made it passed her, he felt a sharp pain in his left shoulder. Running doesn't seem like much of an option anymore. He thought as he felt his new wound. Did she really throw her sword in me? Rin grabbed the blade and held it with both hand