Katsu didn't hear Imura call out, but she did notice that another spiritual pressure appeared. This didn't phase her in the least, except maybe made her a bit jealous, that Kenpachi got a fight and she didn't. Katsu's pace didn't slow as she continued to fly across the rooftops towards the soon to be battle ground. But knowing her luck she probably wouldn't even get there in time to watch her captain fight. She sighed, only just then realizing that Imura was coming up behind her, though due to his injuries wasn't at all successful at catching up with her. She slowed her pace, falling back to match his speed. She was slightly curious as to what he wanted, otherwise she would have just left him in the dust. "Did ya come to fight me." She asked playfully, her rare giddy mood leaking into her words.
Reina slipped silently into the throne room in time to hear the last round of words from Kuroki and Toshiro. Before either of them could make a move she strolled casually towards the table and spoke in a cool, commanding way. "Now, now, boys that's enough of that." She stopped behind Toshiro and looked down at him with her golden eyes, appearing disgusted by the mere sight of him. Lifting her eyes from the shinigami she looked over at Kuroki her eyes fierce. "You should know better than to take the bait and rise to his insolent challenge. I know you were taught how to better handle these kinds of situations." She said in a level voice, but her displeasure with how her son had handled himself was obvious.
Kuroki froze up when he saw his mother, Reina standing behind Toshiro, scolding him which made Kuroki smile slightly until she moved onto scolding him. "You should know better than to take the bait and rise to his insolent challenge. I know you were taught how to better handle these kinds of situations." she had a level voice but the displeasure in it was obvious, Kuroki looked down a little ashamed at his actions and re-sheathed his Zanpakuto but was glaring at Toshiro mainly because he made Kuroki make a fool of himself in front of his mother. "Lets take this outside," Toshiro said, though Kuroki just glared at him and was about to say something when his father spoke up. "Toshiro." Kuroki turned to look at his father, his grey irises surrounded by purple, it wasn't often that Kuroki saw his father like this, his spiritual pressure was hardly being released by the affects of it were obvious to some, though Kuroki could hold his own against it, he was used to it by now. "Do not make me repeat myself. I will make use of you, useless as you may be. Now return to your quarters. Kuroki cannot go out to play today." Toshiro seemed to obey Aizen, which was rare, but he quickly left the room within a flash.
Kuroki gave his father a disappointed look, even though his father was to be feared, he didn't seem to strike fear into Kuroki, but then he was used to his father by now, there were some points that his father could actually manage to scare him though. "Why don't you ever let me fight him?" Kuroki whined, his shoulder slouching. "What could you possibly need him for now? We know where the Soul Reapers are. If you do need him then I promise I won't kill him..." Kuroki sighed slightly, walking over to the table and sitting down on a chair near his father, staring at Ulquiorra who was the cause of Toshiro being brought here, though Ulquiorra was just watching them, daring not to intervene, because he knew about Toshiro.
"Yachiru, go stand over there." Kenpachi told her, motioning with his head to a clearing not far off. Yachiru nodded, jumping off and walking over to Banira. "Make sure Kenny has fun okay?" she tilted her head slightly with a smile, her eyes closed as she was happy that Kenpachi was going to fight, she just hoped that this girl would be good enough for Kenpachi to have a good fight, one he enjoyed. She giggled slightly and ran off to the clearing, jumping up on some trees to get a better view of the fight. "Go Kenny!" she yelled, putting her hands to her mouth to act like a amplifier.
Katsu grinned at his words, truly interesting in fighting him just to see if he was pathetic as he made himself out to be. "I'll look forward to it." She said brightly. The words back at camp, however stiffled her interest for a moment. She wasn't fond of the idea of sitting around and doing nothing, it seemed that roaming around would bring more excitement. But it didn't mean much to her in the long run anyway. After all there wasn't anything that said she couldn't leave the camp after playing with Imura for a while. As they passed through a crumbling building Imura got a grim look on his face as he stated the identity of the one whose spiritual pressure had appeared. Katsu's eyes went from interested to bored swiftly after learning that it was Aizen's daughter. She had seen Gysake and herd what he had to say about the brats. No doubt the girl had done some damage, but if she was Kenpachi's opponent the battle would end quickly. Despite that she was still jealous that she didn't get to fight anyone. She had remained silent, wrapped up in her own, main jealous, thoughts about the battle that was going to take place. He paused briefly and Katsu met his glance, her expression a hint less excited than before. Imura's next words threw her for a loop. "Anyone that gets to close to that fight don't stand a chance. I didn't want to see you get hurt,"
Katsu's foot caught on a loose chunk of wall and she barely managed to catch herself before she face planted. She quickly rose to stand erect, standing still now. Her expression a combo of surprise and incredulousness. His attempt to fix his words didn't help. She just stared and him, her shock quickly vaporizing until all that was left was her incredulous glare from her piercing silver eyes. "Unlike you I am strong and can easily handle myself! Don't you dare underestimate me!" She seethed coldly, in a way that was far worse than her rage. He had dared question her, he had made a stab at her pride, her ability and implied that she could even get hurt in a fight she wasn't even fighting in. She didn't even take note of the other things his words might have implied, like concern and maybe affection. Such things where foreign to her and as such she didn't really pick up on them.
Reina casually flipped her hair and looked up at her husband as he commanded attention. Her smile turned up in an admiring sort of way. Aizen took control and scooted the problem out of the throne room without even lifting a finger. Casting one more, much more pleased, look in her son's direction, he strode across the floor along the table. Her golden eyes scanning over all those present before she gracefully took the nearest chair on the right side of Aizen.
The pink-haired girl's yelling threw Banira's concentration off. How annoying. She thought this, even though the girl reminded her of herself.
"Sosuke!" He shouted, using his spiritual pressure pushing her back. A homicidal look on his face.
The yelling un-nerved her, causing her to jump onto Kenpachi's blade when he swung it again. "Please don't tell me this is all you got." She did a front flip so she landed behind him. "Or else you're going to be too easy to beat." She sighed and shook her head sadly. She whipped around and brought her sword down again to try to get a few cuts.
He looked up ahead as they left the ruins and entering the forest. Even in pain he tried to keep pace with her at least. A part of him was content with just stay in second place leave it at that, You should at least try, That voice wasn't the usual in his head. With the trees around them, He kicked off the ground and onto a near by trunk and immediately kicked of that one to another then another. Doing this he got higher then her and slowly closed the distance but they were getting close fight. Imura found the spiritual pressures strange, The girls wasn't even using her Shikai. After some more kicks he was above her, One more hard kick launched him ahead and to the ground. He hit the ground and rolled to his feet but he was hit my vertigo and found himself leaning on a tree grabbing his side. He could feel the fight closer know. They were well with in walking distance. He started to make his way.
Luna skipped over hugging Tōsen’s leg. “Were gonna kill Kenpachi, were gonna kill Kenpachi!” The young girl smiled up at Tōsen as Sol Solis sighed before joining her sister beside Tōsen.
“I guess I’ll come lady seven wouldn’t be happy if I let Luna run about…” She frowned as she pulled Luna off of Tōsen. “Espada 7 will come, she believes it has been far to long since she’s been able to see anything but sand…”
“So Tōsey how soon are we going? I’m going to show the big bully not to pick on people.” She nodded as if to confirm her own statement before hugging her hollow teddy bear close. “He won’t know what hit him! No sire Sol Solis is gonna beat him up and I’m gonna block him at every turn!”
“Luna… please be quiet should we bring our Fraccion? You never know when there will be shrimps around for them to rid themselves of rust on…” Sol Solis closed her eyes in annoyance when Luna loudly cut her off mid-sentence.
“All we need is Jintsuremenu, he’s the best puppy ever!” The young girl began to giggle.
Jintsu Sonidoed beside the little Arrancar’s. “I am multiple centuries old… I predate most of man’s recorded history my lady… I may be a mongrel but I’m hardly a ‘puppy‘… Tōsen… I will ensure they stay out of trouble.”