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March 2031, Spring



quiet the fury in your head
tagged: star healer // march 9th, 2031


It was no surprise to any that had direct contact with Liuxing that she was growing reckless.

Her actions had a certain fire to them - uncontrollable and angry, one on the verge of growing into a wild fire. The Starlights had seen it, the Galactica - even Liuxing herself was aware of how unheeding she had become, how easily sparks clicked in her mind. Despite how very much so self-aware she was, she could not bring herself to stop - a grueling and desperate passion that burned white-hot.

She had found that sleep had been scarce, any dreams that did come passing; her loss of appetite had caused her to feel equally tired and exhausted, her body practically running on sheer fumes and willpower for the last several days. The woman's already petite features were beginning to wither, despite the amount of exercise she had begun to include into her daily regimen. It was perhaps Star Fighter and Chandra's insistence that would remind her to eat at all, her mind more than content to simply starve.

It was the latter of the two that would accompany - at a distance - the imperial Queen to a bakery, early in the morning. Any food cravings were rare as of late, but typically were of the sweeter pastry department, which resulted in the woman's current position. The bakery had quickly become a favorite of hers - and through word of mouth had become popular among the Galactica as well as some members of the Crystal Empire. The woman's plan had been to nibble on the go, making it to a nearby park to attempt to enjoy the morning as much as she could.

As a result, she had been walking down a block, one hand filled with a flaky puff pastry and the other with a black coffee. (Liuxing hated the stuff, but had found it surprisingly helpful to stave off the sleepiness.) Eating on the go was a completely alien concept to the woman - one that was clumsy, and almost barbaric to her. What was the saying? When in Rome, she supposed? Her gait was steady as she attempted to take a sip, her body stiffening when eyes absent-mindedly landed on a woman with distinctly silver hair.

Surely she was mistaken - logically, such a chance at just finding her lady in the middle of the city was not possible. The coffee would slide from her hands, clunking unceremoniously on the pavement as she rushed towards the woman, eyes suddenly bright and hopeful. (Of course, in hindsight, she should've been more cautious but she could only help but act on instinct.) "S-Saari!" Her voice would ring out, steps closing the distance between the two. "Saariyah, I..." The words would trail off, a foot back-stepping once the silver-haired lady would turn to face her, eyes darkened.

The image of the woman's Star Yell would blaze in her mind, sharp and cruel.

"Saariyah, you need to come home..." It was not a request, only a pitiful plea, "...please..."


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Smokey Quartz was for the most part, cranky. Having to leave the safety of Elysion in order to fetch a meal wasn’t something appealing to her, especially when she had been targeted as of late. The machine that she slept in on a nightly basis ensured that she got the sleep she needed, so that was never a problem.

The problem was, was that she just never felt well after she ate. That’s what she hated about the whole endeavor, missing her partner so much more. Things weren’t what she considered ‘the same’ since his purification, as she’d noticed different sides to the knights that surrounded her, a certain uncertainty lingered in Elysion that she couldn’t explain.

She didn’t like it.

So, that morning, Smokey Quartz, under the guise of Saariyah Bhasin, had taken a bus to one of the districts to grab a bite to eat. Her clothes were casual but stylish, featuring black and dark green tones. Once the microchip was out of her body, Smokey Quartz was able to finally get clothes for herself with a little spending money that was given to her, knowing that she couldn’t return to what she considered her apartment for her own safety.

A slender hand rested inside her pant pocket as she walked down the street, the other resting at her side when a voice called her from behind. The desperation of the mention of her wretched nickname, Saari, immediately put irritation on her features.

She did not know her, she had no right to be calling her that name, no matter what twisted world she lived in that made her believe otherwise.

Darkened green hues soon landed on Liuxing after she slowly turned around, a low growl escaping her lips as she glowered. This bullshit again?” Quartz replied, remaining on guard. “You have a bad habit of catching me when I just want free time. Why would I want to go back to that life? I am back where I belong. I’ll give you until the count of five to get out of my sight!”

@Guihua zhi Liuxing
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Liuxing knew, oh she knew so clearly that her Saariyah would never mean to say such things, in such a razor-sharp tone. She also knew that her skin should've been steeled to such words, but she couldn't help but feel the sting slicing across her skin. Her words were venomous, so full of hate that it caused Liuxing to take pause - her body physically recoilling from them as if she had been struck.

Wetness began to form behind her eyes - more stinging that she forced herself to contain. When had she lost such control of her own emotions? Her attempt at managing them resulted in her body moving on its own accord, her feet moving with a soft rhythm closer, her hand shakily reaching out to brush along the silver-haired woman's forearm, a desperate urge for contact. If only she could become a tether to reality for Saariyah, she was sure she could fix this mess...

"You don't belong there or here!" There was a passion, an unmistakable plea of conviction that rang off her words, "We belong back on Kinmoku; we should have never come here, you were right." Black locks shashayed from side to side, her teeth clenching at the admittance. If Liuxing hadn't forced them to come to Earth, then this would have never happened - it was a thought she replayed over and over the past weeks, a guiltiness that dug deeper and deeper into her essence.

Her body inhaled, soft eyebrows pulling together in some kind of pseudo display of strength. "I'm not leaving without you, Saari." Her mind refused to process any anger the corrupted senshi would have at the usage of her nickname, "I am not leaving you." It would have been an admirable sentence if one did not consider that it would have added fuel to the woman's growing rage.

She most certainly should have considered the woman's primal urge to strike at her, of course. But there was a certain denial in her actions, a refusal to believe that she couldn't get through to her senior lady - an almost childlike naiveté that caused her to stand her ground when she should've instantly called for reinforcements, knowing full well that multiple hands were better than one. Chandra's presence was enough to give her strength, a fallback in a worse case scenario if she would fail in bringing Saariyah home.


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Smokey Quartz wasn’t foolish, she saw the motion that the false Queen had made towards her forearm. She wouldn’t let her foolishly grab it, fully aware that her foes had the ability to purify and she wasn’t willing to risk that foolish mistake again.

She’d done so once before, twice if she considered that mix-up that got her partner captured, but she hadn’t. Smokey Quartz stepped back, a quick motion for the darkened Change Star in her pocket was made. The desire to transform into a Sailor Guardian was a third nature to her, as she was trained to not use it and give preferential treatment to the form Smokey Quartz and the homunculus that she could summon.

However, it was this woman that provoked her to use that form. Smokey Quartz would lift the Change Star into the air, shouting, “Dark Healer Star Power, Make-Up!” and transform almost instantaneously. As Saariyah had almost always kept her galactic-themed cards on her person, Smokey Quartz was similar, and she would pull out the paralysis card and unleash its energy on Liuxing.

She didn’t need to transform to use the card, but she wasn’t foolish. She didn’t  trust the rash behavior of this woman. “How dare you.” Dark Healer hissed,  a flicker in her eyes of darkness could be seen.  “Within the Dark Alliance I receive acceptance, acknowledgement. I have felt more at home and welcomed than I ever have. I have never been outside of this planet, so this Kinmoku that you speak of? Can burn in the inferno!”

Smokey Quartz, now Dark Star Healer, was tired of the allegations that were frequently made against her that she was an extraterrestrial. She was tired of hearing the nickname Saari from people who were her enemies, not even her teammates dared to use that nickname if they knew what was best for them.

So what gave her the excuse? There was none.

@Guihua zhi Liuxing
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Saariyah's transformation should've been expected - instead, it was a sharp, stinging sensation, one of betrayal. It was bitter, a lump in her throat as her hand would extend towards the woman, as if trying to grab her from falling.

Her mouth would open once more, to begin to call out her name, her feet beginning to move on their own accord once more; only to lose control of her limbs, as if they were no longer fluid, but rocks instead. The sensation was foreign to her, as alien as she was to this planet, having never experienced the cards' effects. Any attempts at movement would send a shock-like sensation across her skin, her teeth managing to grit against one another as her mind reeled in an attempt to regain control.

Any feelings of fright were put on the back burner, her fingers twitching as she focused on regaining movement - thoughts that reeled and turned, her almond eyes never leaving Saariyah's own. Despite the outright attack, she still felt a calming sense of safety; Chandra was nearby, after all, and surely Saariyah, even in her corrupted state, wouldn't deliver a blow to Liuxing? She would reason with her instincts, her chest heaving, Saariyah was in there, deep down.

Every motion she would attempt would be met with that same resistance, but her body would freeze of it's own accord upon hearing her lady's dismissal of Kinmoku. The words brought a certain strange resolve to the woman - a fiery burn in her chest that would cause her to close her eyes, breath still as her body. The thought of Chaos flooding to Kinmoku flooded her mind - memories she had fought desperately to contain. Now, she would draw a certain raw strength from them, a warm, orange flow wrapping around her body.

Liuxing would regain control of her body following, the glow giving way to the distinctive uniform of Sailor Fireball. "Enough!" Her voice would find itself, no longer desperate or timid. Instead, it would drip with a certain regality only befitting a queen, matched only in tempo by the resolve burning in her eyes. "The lies they have filled your head with have gone too far! It's time to think deeply of the words you say," Her hand would once again reach in Dark Star Healer's direction, but it was no longer in an attempt to grab the woman. Instead, it would summon petals and starlight around her person, wrapping around her fingertips and body, awaiting Fireball's command.

She knew Chandra was nearby, most likely calling in reinforcements or securing the perimeter - for now, for even a few minutes, Sailor Fireball had to withstand. "Saari, you're in there." There was that silly hope once more; "I. Am. Not leaving you!"


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How was it a lie when she bore no recollection of the planet mentioned? How was it a lie that she hadn’t stepped foot outside of this planet, when she bore no recollection of ever stepping foot outside of it? Smokey Quartz, now Dark Star Healer, highly doubted that they were lies that were being fed to her. Instead, she saw the reverse – she was being fed lies by the woman before her.

It was irritating, and Dark Star Healer could feel that irritation making her own blood boil deep inside. That was the only thing that she felt deep within, make no mistake – except….

There were some doubts that she had in regards to some of her memories, such has her inability to recall most of her clanmates, but she knew better than to question that. Those answers would be given within time.

“You’re wasting your breath,” she chided, and her palms would motion into an attack formation. “I’ve thought deeply about it enough, and I’m tired of your nonsense. Star Healer Tornado!”

While Dark Star Healer might’ve not had her Star Yell to summon the attack at its full power, her own power was still equivalent to her own teammates without the Star Yell’s power.

She would still manage to create a star within the palm of her hands, unleashing its power towards her foe – Liuxing – as it would begin to gather wind and create its very own tornado as stars dispersed within. Because her attack required the use of both hands, the paralysis card was no longer in effect.


@Guihua zhi Liuxing
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