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located in The Chrysanthemum, a part of Weather Girls, one of the many universes on RPG.

The Chrysanthemum

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Character Portrait: Winter Matsuri Character Portrait: Elise von Hresvelg
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A water droplet? It was ingenious really, something small enough that Winter never would have noticed it. Elise may well have saved her life, even if she didn't think of it like that. Even if Mercedes and Serenity meant well, there was a very real and dangerous possibility of death. Keeping someone locked up against their will, especially two super powered humans versus one, was not a situation Winter wanted to be in again. Even now, Winter had a hard time controlling her powers, as evidenced by the ice that was clinging to her glass of water. When she was emotional, her ability went out of control. If she kept her cool, however, she could; for the most part, control it.

"I guess you should just... accept it. Unless you want to end up like me," she gave a self-depricating laugh. "Locked up in a building somewhere because you went a little out of control and now you can't feel your legs." She wished there was a better way, a safer way, to go about this. She wished Yuuki would just tell her how to accept it so that she could end her pain already, but he was as aloof and vague as ever. Winter shook her head, no point in mulling over it if it wouldn't help her any. "Protect Chrysanthemum from danger?" Now that she thought about it, she could've sworn that Yuuki had said something about it. They were supposed to gather, the 4 girls, in oreder to protect the Chrysanthemum from something, but what?

What untold danger were they going up against? Why them? "Claude mentioned you were at the concert the day of the attack," Winter mentioned. "When the explosion went off, I remember seeing a blinding white light. I remember thinking how much I wanted to live. A shrine gate was suddenly in front of me and when I crossed through to the other side, I woke up in a hospital." The Doctors had told her that she had set off a blizzard, that she was in the center of it, huddled in a little ball, her leg destroyed by the blast. "I'd have to sneak out," which would be next to impossible considering the amount of cameras in this place and the fact that she was in a wheelchair. Of course, Winter would not tell Claude and Elise that the Chrysanthemum had been trying to find a way to control Winter's power ever since they had found her. They could find no trace of it in her blood or genetics, there was no way to synthesize it and hand it to others.

"They just like to make threats," she waved a hand in front of her face. "The only way that would ever happen is if I did something greally bad." Otherwise they would have erased her already. Considering the amount of protesters outside, that might be the only way to diffuse the situation. Then again, if they did that, once all of this did die down, Winter would never be able to enter another music competition. The topic suddenly changed again, it seemed that Elise was oddly talkative today. Perhaps it was the mask she was wearing today? "I have a tutor for the time being," they didn't want Winter to fall behind, after all. She had tutoring twice a day, for two hours each session. She had a break in between for things like lunch and resting.

"No, it's fine. They'll stand out there no matter what, besides, this is the last place you should be doing something like that, especially if 012 is already suspicious." Winter waved a hand at the window, at the people outside they could see but not hear. "I'm sure once they get tired, they'll go home." She transferred back into her wheelchair, wheeling over to the window to look outside. They couldn't see her, but she could see them. A counterprotest had started, it seemed.