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March 2031, Spring

a map of your stars
tag: danburite // March 17th, 2031

Nothing was as it was supposed to be but Kasidhe knew that she had no one to blame but herself. It wasn't something she easily admitted, nor really wanted to think about, but given that almost nothing was expected of her ...

Well, she thought about it a lot. That moment that she had tried to summon the Holy Sword to hand only to see it appear in Lucy's hands instead was also a moment that resonated with her deeply. It was trying to escape her own thoughts that saw Kasidhe leaving the Crystal Palace. She wasn't alone, of course, Artemis was trailing behind her though he kept a distance.

Why not see if it lures out anyone, he had said.

What, want to see if another Dark Alliance minion tries to come after me again? she had replied snidely.

Artemis had had no response and Kasidhe had transformed and raced off, knowing the Mautian would be able to keep up with her. Part of her wondered if she was like that Saturn Knight they had rescued--which did not go over well with most, though certainly, it meant they could save the Knights--but only because he looked haunted.

That and he was heartsick, Kasidhe did not need any of her talents to tell her that. He practically radiated it, though it led to her wondering about her own Knight: Danburite. Aster Schmidt had fallen out of the spotlight, as much as one could with his popularity, and been practically unseen since they had rescued Spectrolite instead of Sailor Star Healer.

Perhaps they could use him to get their hands on Star Healer and Danburite? It was a thought, though Sailor Venus wasn't sure if she could pitch it to Lucy and the others. Honestly, her self-confidence was laughable. It was a wonder that she was even able to transform.

Coming to a stop on a rooftop garden, Sailor Venus took a moment to survey her surroundings. Somewhere nearby, Artemis was moving to catch up with her--though he gave her distance--and the rest of the city was seemingly quiet.


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Aster was growing distraught and tired. The longer that his efforts to find Venus went on, the more unkempt he appeared, and the more he slipped into madness and despair. As he walked through the city streets, untransformed, bearded, his hair covered by a hood and left messy… he recognized that he was not quite himself. Or perhaps he was more of himself than he had been in a long time? The flashes of his past were becoming increasingly prevalent. No matter how much he tried not to think of them, still they came, assaulting his every sense – his sight, his hearing, his smell. He could even taste the things that Adonis was tasting then, a strange mess of conflicting flavors.

As Danburite moved the lights flickered above him. His eyes took on an orange sheen even as he wasn’t transformed; when he moved past a large window of a storefront it wasn’t Aster that he saw, or even Danburite. Adonis stood there, watching him; mocking him. ”What are you staring at?!” Aster would snap, and when he did the electricity in the immediate area surged around him, causing a nearby streetlight to flicker and ultimately explode. The sparks rained down behind him and he took a deep breath, staring at himself and flaring his nostrils. Adonis’ image did not move. It did not flicker. He only stared, disapprovingly. Pityingly? Did he pity himself?

Aster rolled his eyes and quickly moved on. With a snap of his fingers the orange energy that had been emanating from his eyes covered him, and in an instant he changed from his civilian clothes and into Danburite. Just as quickly, he was clean. He looked more like the version of himself that he had been outwardly presenting since he was a young child; pristine, put together, strong – emotionally. He was none of those things. It was true that Aster was radiating power that he couldn’t control, and indeed that he had been since the face-off against Labradorite.

How hadn’t Kasidhe noticed him yet? Was she ignoring him? Taunting him?

He stepped into a four way intersection. It was the middle of the night, and even if it hadn’t been for the suggested curfew that the Crystal Palace had sent out to the entire city, there wouldn’t have been any traffic where he was. Surrounded by buildings more than anything else – residential, commercial, who knew. He didn’t really care. Aster smirked, an uncontrolled smirk, one that would’ve told anyone nearby that he was unwell. ”Hahaha…” He started, chuckling under his breath as the lights around the intersection began to flicker. The traffic lights changed from green to red to yellow, then again, and again and again.

”Hah! Hahahahah!” The laughter was maniacal. He was practically doubled over with it now, the electricity surging around them, arcing and reacting with each movement that he took. ”Come on! He shouted as loud as he could, from the top of his lungs. He sounded just as desperate as he looked. ”I’m tired of playing your silly games, Kas-ee-dee!” Each syllable of her name was drawn out mockingly. He didn’t even know that she was listening. Truthfully, he didn’t care; if he knew her as well as Adonis wanted him to believe she would take notice of him.

”Don’t keep me WAITING!” He shouted, and in that moment the nearby transformer exploded, cutting out all electricity for the nearest block.

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Perhaps she should have noticed it sooner but given her state ... Was it really a surprise that the eruptions of power had eluded her until energy began to ebb and flow, lights and otherwise flickering as they struggled to keep working? No, probably not, but the laughter was a surprise, especially how it seemingly echoed and became more disturbed as it continued.

And then she heard him properly and the block went dark. It was not hard to see him then, practically a beacon in the absence of light. A leaden weight settled in her stomach, a cold sweat beginning between her shoulder blades that she pretended was not there. What she projected of her emotional state was not at all what she actually felt.

With her focus now upon him, Kasidhe was not sure how she had ever missed him. His state of being ...

It hurt so much.

Danburite--Aster Schmidt--was a black hole of misery and so much more. Along their shared coms, Kasidhe could hear Artemis calling to her.

"Stay back for now," she whispered in a rush to Artemis. "If it looks bad, you can bring in others, but not yet. Do a sweep of the area, secure any civilians and keep people away!" Maybe she should have specified what bad was, just so Artemis would not bring the others in, but this was her fight at the moment.

... and maybe, just maybe, it was a fight she needed.

Not waiting a moment longer, Kasidhe ran forward and leaped, coming down in a cannonball flip that had her landing not too far away from Aster.

"You don't have to wait anymore, Aster. You called and I'm here," replied Kasidhe, hand on her hip and posture speaking to the strength she broadcasted but was only surface deep. This close how distorted Aster had become was more and more obvious. "Though I really expected you to have moved on from mispronouncing my name as an insult after all these years." She was ready for anything--having taken a defensive stance--though she was not sure just what this version of Danburite was capable of.

After all, she had never felt him quite like this; the toxic mix of his emotions was taking time to work through and distracting.

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