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Blaze the Cat

"Never get on my bad side or you'll witness the power of my flames!"

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a character in “Sonic Adventure: Origins”, as played by stormwolf321

Description

Blaze the Cat

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Race/Animal type:
Feline(Cat)

Gender:
Female

Age:
14

Will you be a emrald Holder If so which one? (Optional)
No

Side:
Good

Personality:
Blaze is a very timid and antisocial girl from the beginning. She is unreasonably solemn and oblivious to what it means to have friends, that is until she met Silver. Her job was to protect the sol emeralds which gives her a strong sense of justice. Though, when she met Silver, a white childish naive hedgehog, some of these cold traits started to die down to the point of where she was 'nice' to an new person. Nevertheless, she still manages to keep a lid on her emotions at all times. The cause of this is a simple idea of looking weak and helpless and well, you know how that goes...

Ability:
PyroKinesis: the ability to manipulate an control fire.

Speed: Her speed is not exactly with Shadow or Sonic but its certainly fast.

History:
Blaze, as you all know, was a guardian of the sol emeralds and an oath to protect them. But this job is interrupted when she meets Silver. He states that he was from an apocalyptic future, where flames rage the world and are known as Iblis. He tells her to come with them and help fight the flames of disaster. Blaze accepts and once there is speechless of how right this hedgehog really was. From that day on, Blaze and Silver help each other fight the evil monster Iblis even killing it a couple of times but it would always rise up again. When both are frustrated a black and white hedgehog named Mephiles tempted them to go back in time and kill the blue hero Sonic, who was supposedly the Iblis Trigger. So they both went to the past but Silver and Blaze had gotten split up. Blaze searched until she had found the white hedgehog pondering if it was right to kill someone who does good but will help save our future. Blaze being as she is told him to shut up and come on so they set off looking for the Iblis trigger once more. On the way they encounter a chaos emerald which Blaze tells Silver to keep and he does. At the end of this long adventure, Blaze takes Silver's place in sealing Iblis within her soul. As she departs she tells Silver good luck before she moves to another dimension. This dimension however happened to have been Sonic's Universe. Blaze wakes in the woods with faint memories of her past. Most involving her kingdom and Silver. Quickly, she starts her adventure through the woods until she can barely see the tops of towers in the distance above the tree tops.
Theme Song:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXImS7VjvkQ

So begins...

Blaze the Cat's Story

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Blaze the Cat



Forest



In the far distance, a lavender cat with a silk purple jacket that split in two, and a crooked tail, trudged through the thick forest. How long had she’d been walking? An hour maybe two. The feline sighed and stared at the growing building tops above the trees. Her ear flicks a little in frustration, but her thoughts drifted to another subject. How did she get here? Her only answer for that was the chaos emeralds, a a spark of a flame or fire being ignited, and something else. She just couldn’t quite remember who or what it was… Her thoughts were interrupted as a flash of light, streaked across the sky. As curious as she was, she didn’t investigate the strange phenomenon. Instead, the cat walked further into the woods. About two hours ago, the feline had woken up dazed and aching in the middle of scenic no where. Two hours later, she was here though the aching had finally stopped and she decided it was time for a quick run. The faster she got to the city the faster she can get answers to where she was and maybe what had happened. The cat then took off into the forest running at a fairly good speed but didn’t fully meet her satisfaction so she moved her hands straight behind her and out shot a powerful burst of flames that propelled the cat even faster. Looking back to see if the flames had done any harm, which she found none, she then took off into the brush, heading for the tall buildings in the distance. She had guessed that whom ever had named her had done it because of her fiery powers for her name was Blaze the Cat.

Central City



After about ten minutes of running, Blaze skidded across the dirt until she had come to a complete stop. Her eyes looked around at the tall buildings connected to another strip of land by a narrow bridge. Blaze breathed deeply with relief for she had finally made it to the city. Her eyes scanned the various structures in the distance. The sun's beams of light blared off the glass windows and caused Blaze to squint her eyes a little. Suddenly, a flashback occurs and she's viewing another city, burned down to the ground in ruins. The streets a river of lava and violent earthquakes shook the earth. When the flashback had ceased, Blaze backed a bit and felt a tinge of helplessness, but she quickly shook this feeling out of her body and dashed toward the city.

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Blaze the Cat


Central City


Blaze ran through the city, not necessarily at full speed but close to it, looking for anyone she would know. Instead she saw cars, people, and more cars. Her and… Silver ,is his name she thinks, used to see these cars torn, rusty, and completely wrecked. Seeing them now sent a shiver down her spine as she had seen how powerful they were when Silver threw… Wait, threw? Blaze thought about this for a second before shaking it all away.

Deciding to stay out of the humans way, for she had seen know one like her, Blaze quickly dashed into an ally way. The lavender cat hid in the shadows until she had heard a loud Thump behind her. She turned on her heels and immediately scanned her surrounding area before she had realized it had come from the top of the building. Turning her head up so that her eyes can register how tall the building actually was, Blaze immediately took notice that it was a very tall building, and hearing a thump like that from all the way down here must be that what ever it was had made that sound must had fallen a great height. She analyzed this a second, pondering whether or not to go up there and see if what ever it was, was alright.

Blaze sighed deeply before she jumped from wall to wall making her way up to the roof until she got close to the edge and grabbing a brick poking out of the wall and resting her feet on the ledge. The reason why she stopped is because Blaze could here the sound of a voice and the feet of a person who had landed on the building. Now thinking the victim of this fall had already gotten help, she sighs out of relief and annoyance, for she thought that this was one of the humans doings, and jumped onto the roof of the other building soon darting off and jumping over the side of the building, that was quite shorter than the one she had heard the sound emanate from, and landing on a garbage bin before making her way off and into the shadows once more, hoping that the people on the roof didn’t see her.

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Blaze the Cat


Central City


Blaze continued walking deeper into the ally until she had come to the other side of the building only for her ears to pick up the sound of approaching footsteps, that seemed to be going pretty fast. Before she could move however, two human like silhouettes passed across the mouth of the ally followed by another shorter more animal like silhouette but with human capabilities. Blaze perked up, glad to know she wasn’t the only anthro in this universe. She quickly scurried out of the dark ally and looked to her right and had seen that it was indeed a ’talking animal’ like Blaze.

The feline was now relieved but still a bit confused until a man handing out newspapers caught her attention. She walked up to the man and viewed the back of his newspaper reading it until it was yanked away from sight. The owner of the newspaper looked at her frustratingly.

“Ugh. Another talking animal?” The man whined as Blaze stared at him.

“Listen, these papers are for buying. They are not on display…” The man ranted on while in Blazes mind, the word ’buy’ flashed through her head and Blaze wasn’t even listening to the mans senseless complaining until the near end of his sentence.

“So, if you want to get all the latest news about the economy, world issues, and Sonics heroic Battles then-”

“Wait!” Blaze cut off the man before he could say anything else. “Did you say Sonic?” she asked sorta in a childish way and she mentally cursed herself for looking so weak.

The man only sighed. “Yeah, Like I said to the other cat, Its all about Sonic, but hey, I’m not complaining. He’s doing this world a mighty fine job of getting rid of that evil eggmaniacs robots.”

Blaze only nodded and felt a weight lifted off her shoulders. She now knew exactly where she was. She turned her head to where the fox boy went and decided to follow them out of curiosity and to see if one of them might at least have a hint of where he was. Where there was Sonic there was bound to be Amy, and for some strange reason, Blaze actually wanted to see her so called ’friends’ and be welcomed with open arms instead of being alone anymore and being looked at like she was an alien, as amazing as that sounded.

The fox boy and the two odd looking humans had gone ahead a good distance and not wanting to get them out of her sight, Blaze quickly bolted off until she could see them but they could be unaware of her being. She quickly took hint that the little fox boy was quite persistent in following these two strangers who were running at a fairly odd pace. Even to be late for something, these two happened to be in quite a rush which unnerved Blaze and she decided to see where these three were headed before she could talk to any of them. When the three started to enter the most unusual part of the city, that’s when Blaze became a little suspicious and untrustworthy with this odd group, but she still followed, only though, a little more careful.

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Laylin hastened again slightly. He actually was at a slower run at this point. These two must've really been late! He thought about calling out to them, asking them to slow down. But the fox considered that would be rude; asking for them to further increase the increment of their delay... But then, at least he could get some information about this convention. He called out to them, waving an arm. "Hey! Heellloooo!" His effeminate voice sounded, trying to flag the 'people' down.

They did stop... and almost look at each other.... before turning around. They weren't exactly looking at Laylin... but they began to dash back towards him. Laylin stopped, smiling, almost sure they were responding to him. As they drew close, he began to speak. "Sorry to slow you down, but I couldn't help note your awesome costumes! I bet that... they..." He started as they continued to dash at him. He felt his eyes grow wide as the dressed robots continued to sprint in his direction. They didn't seem like they had any real intention of stopping.

And they didn't.

Again, Laylin was trampled, sent toppled over, and knocked to the ground by the pair without disregard, as they dashed back the direction that they came from. "D'oh'ow'gosh'mahface!" He sputtered as they battered him, and ran him over a second time.The poor fox was just as dazed and confused as the first time, pulling himself up to a sitting position. "Geez... their costumes may be cool... but they're awefully rude! But I guess they took a wrong turn..." He huffed, staying leant back, still sitting on his rump. He folded his arms, and puffed a wisp of hair from his face. "I hope all of the people at this convention aren't this rude..." He mumbled. But the robots weren't done. Laylin watched them; heading towards someone else... someone that had been following them as well? He couldn't tell... but she was a purplish kind of feline - with weird clothing.

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Blaze continued to follow only to stop when the fox started calling out to the beings. Blaze tilted her head somewhat until the unusual humans turned around and trampled the little fox. Her eyebrows furrowed and she called out “Hey!” She shouted as they knocked over the fox, but she then realized they kept going back and toward her. Blazes ears perked and before they could knock her over as well, she jumped to the left, just getting out of there way. Though it wasn’t such a smooth jump. Both beings were quite large and Blaze was stuck in the middle of the two, so jumping out of the way required her to jump pretty far, but even this did not make her fully out of their path. So as one foot hit the ground, she dived down doing a quick roll and landing on one knee, two hands on the ground, and her nose just lightly touching a brick wall. She gets up immediately and looks to her right only to see the humans run off.

Blazes fists were clenched as she watched them run off. She had the nerve to run after them and set their pathetic costumes on fire, but Blaze refused, seeing that as a bit to harsh, even for imbeciles like them. Instead Blaze huffed a bit calling them ‘rude and selfish’ before turning to the little fox boy. Clearly, he had nothing to do with the two humans that had just ran him over, so Blaze looked at him with her usual expressionless look that hid all emotions from anyone around her. She walked up to him “Are you alright?” She said emotionless, but if you listened close enough, you could hear a bit of care in her voice. She extended a hand toward Laylin to see if he needed help getting up or not.

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Laylin watched as the oddly colored feline bounded out of the way of the travelling pair, keeping herself out from under the trampling feet. He was kind of stunned; but at the same time, he couldn't exactly say anything about himself. He'd practically ran into the robots. But it seemed she at least had some kind of reflex, and wit. The feline had walked over to him, bland-faced; stony even, in it's devoid of emotions. It was hard to read. She spoke to him in a monotone voice, lacking concern.

"Are you alright?" She asked, with an offering of her hand.

It took the fox a moment, but he nodded softly, and gently took the hand offered. He looked over her again, as he pulled himself to a stand. "Y-yeah... " He offered quietly, with another nod. She was a very appealing girl, almost seeming stoic. But of course, he swerved his minds of such thoughts. "Thank you." He added, releasing her hand, and beginning to dust himself off again. The little athletic fox would sigh loudly, shaking his head. He looked around the feline, towards the 'fleeing' pair of humans. Or what he thought to be humans. He looked back to the girl that had helped him up, barely able to summon up a chuckle. "H-heh... In a rush, aren't they?" He said, nodding towards them. They paid little regard to either of them...

Something just didn't add up. They'd trampled him twice, and almost trampled another... Were they that uncaring?

It didn't matter at this point. But what did, was the fact that he hadn't said much to the feline that had helped him up. It was very quickly turning into an awkward silence. Laylin didn't exactly know what to say to her, other than thanks... but it seemed she didn't say much either. He could somewhat tell that she was a quieter type, by the way she spoke. He'd just wait for her to make a comment...

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Blaze looked back at the beings, not responding to his thank you. She only gave a very light chuckle that barely lasted a second before she returned to her expressionless tone. This was more of a response to his second statement and as things became more awkward for the both of them she decided to speak up. “Yes… They are quite in a hurry…” Blaze said as she stared at the beings flee until they were completely out of her sight. She turned her head back at the fox and just by hearing him stutter and tone of voice, Blaze could tell he was a quiet boy, but she had no room to speak. Blaze was a quiet girl, shy of everyone that weren’t her friends, quiet and solemn around those who were.

Blaze stayed silent and put her hands behind her back, locking her fingers together and dwindling with them some. Blaze couldn’t stand silences; the eyes of the other person usually staring at hers made her cringe and she looked at the ground.

Her thoughts began to drift until she thought of the same boy that her mind was set on when she had entered the city. What was his name again…. Silver…. Yes, he knew exactly what to do at moments like these when they had just became friends; occasionally coming up with witty jokes or comments or just starting up a simple, yet fun, conversation. Sometimes, she would come up with a way to make silences like these just to see what he would come up with.

She looked at the boy again and decided to do what Silver would do even though she wasn’t exactly as good of a conversation maker as he was. “So…” She began. “Where do you think those two were going in such a hurry?” She said calmly and blandly whilst walking forward. At the end of her question, she stopped and looked back at the boy wondering if he would come walk with her. Silver, she thinks, did this frequently in her world before they had to run around all the time fighting these huge beasts. What were those things called? She shook these thoughts away and decided to get on the subject of the two ‘humans’ again, but before she said another word she said something else in the steady silence quickly after her halt. “Oh, by the way, my name is Blaze…” She said hoping, in turn, the boy would tell her his name.

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While the silence lingered longer and longer between the two, it was beginning to get unnerving. Laylin's eyes continually glanced between Blaze and the pair of runners, before they gently eased out of sight. He seemed kind of sad, but shook his head, snapping back to attention as Blaze spoke. Spoke to HIM directly, at that. The question arose of where they were going... and Laylin couldn't think for a second. "Well, uh..." He said softly, looking in the direction they'd went. "I...I don't know. Y-you know... They... have those... costumes..." He said, shrugging. "I-I figured they were going to some kind of... convention, or something." He looked in the direction that they were running previously. "But... I don't know..." He finally said, rubbing the back of his head. The fox flushed; he didn't want to seem really -that- weird in front of someone he'd never met before... but following strangers was not something a smart person did.

"I... actually thought that you might have known them." He said, before shaking his head, ponytail swishing lightly. "But they didn't stop and talk to you..." He said, thinking back to how she had deftly dodged the duo. "You... looked really cool jumping over them so suddenly... I was kinda worried they'd trample you too." Laylin stated feeling his eyes stick to the ground. The poor fox had very few social skills that served him - and it felt kind of awkward socializing with people... especially those whom he didn't even know.

As Blaze began to walk, Laylin began to slowly follow. He kept up with her but didn't say much, until she raised her name. Laylin nodded. "H-hello, Blaze...I'm Laylin... b-but you can call me Lin... I-I know it's... not a good boy's name... " He stumbled around with words for a while. "But I don't mind. B-besides...to tell the truth, you're just about the only person that...you know... hasn't.. confused me for one. Y-you know... a girl." He said... thinking through it. He didn't want to overstep some boundry with this new person. "N-not that there's anything wrong with being a girl!" He quickly added.

He wanted to skid over this topic quickly. "So! Uhm, where do YOU think that those two are headed?"

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Blaze the Cat


Central City


As Blaze continued walking with the Laylin, she realized in some way, he kind of reminded him of herself and as he talked Blaze put her hands behind her back and intertwined her fingers together, her eyes focused on the path in front of them and her ears listening intently to every word he spoke. She smiled slightly when Laylin told her that she was the first one to not confuse him with a girl. Blaze glanced back at him when he said this and didn’t see much of a girl at all. She wasn’t the type to judge a person until they actually started being rude or mean anyway.

Blaze’s smile grew a bit more when he said she had looked ‘cool’ jumping out of the way of the beings that had trampled him. Soon though, the question ‘where were they going’ was directed to her and Blaze almost stopped to think but thankfully she hesitated slightly. Her smile had disappeared and her hands were dropped to her sides, swaying them slightly as she walked. “W-well…” She began with a stutter. What to say? What to say? She thought. She had never been in this world, and if she had she probably wouldn’t have remembered it, so Blaze knew nothing of what humans did in their free time so she began to compare what it was like in her and Silvers world to this one.

In her world, people ran around saving themselves or others.
In this world, people walk casually by and start up conversations with others as they go.
In her world, people try to prepare for another one of the beasts attack.
In this world, people prepare for jobs.
In her world, people look at Silver and her like heroes.
In this world, people look at her like she’s from another planet.

She still thought until she thought of how in her empire, the people did reenactments of special events or celebrations. She slightly looked over at Laylin. “Maybe… T-they were going t-to some sort of… celebration of some kind o-or… a reenactment…” She said with a hint of red at her cheeks. She hated not knowing. Mostly because it made her feel so useless. That and she had know idea what a convention was though she had thought of it as some sort of gathering. “Maybe a reenactment of…” She thought about what Cream and Amy had ever said to her. “A movie?” she said with a slight shrug. Her eyes focused forward until they were out of the unusual part of the city. That’s when her eyes started to wander around the knew sights, occasionally focusing on a tower, clothes in a window, or different cafes or restaurants.

Suddenly, her eyes trailed on until they stopped on a human with his children eating a roundish looking food with a whole in the middle making an O and it was glossy in the sun. Also, when he took a bite from it, it appeared to be bread like. Blaze tilted her head slightly and couldn’t stop the question before it slipped out of her mouth. “What is he eating?” She asked Laylin curiously.

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It seemed that the feline sometimes had just as a hard time talking to others as he did at times. He didn't comment on it, but Laylin knew how it felt. Little did he know, that it wasn't shyness holding Blaze back. As she formed her answer, he nodded. "Sounds reasonable." He said softly. It wasn't any better than anything else he could come up with. The might've been going for an interview as children entertainers for all he knew... so he decided to leave it as a question-mark.

As the pair walked through the city, Laylin noticed that Blaze was walking at a somewhat staggered pace. She wasn't being slow; but she was definitely taking the in sights of the city. It kind of made the foxboy chuckle. "N-not from around here?" He asked brightly, with an eyebrow raised. He felt it a pointless question; he knew many of the people here, and he'd not seen Blaze once! And as far as purpleish-colored cats... he was sure that he'd known one if he saw one.

"I-It's okay." He said, not wanting to offend her, but not waiting for her reply. "E-everyone here is... nice...." He said, speaking about the general populace. As the two waded through the crowds, Blaze stopped suddenly, locking eyes with a doughnut-eating boy! And as she asked about it, he looked between the two repeatedly: Doughnut. Blaze. Doughnut. Blaze.

"It's... a doughnut... Do they... not have them from where you're from?" He asked curiously. He honestly debated what part of the world WOULD NOT have doughnuts in some form. But he digressed. "W-well, they're rings of light bread; that one is coated in a sugar glaze, to make it a sweet treat..." He said, looking at the child chewing on it happily. " W-would you like to try one? My parents own a bakery, you know..." He said softly, thumbing in the direction of the Sierus Family Bakery. "I-It's not far from here... and I'm sure you'll like it."

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When Blaze had asked the question, it took Laylin a minute or so to answer. It was in this minute Blaze began to ponder if she should’ve asked the question in the first place but this was thankfully interrupted when he answered. Blaze raised and eye brow as he explained the concept of the doughnut to her. Then, he asked her if she would like to try one at his parents bakery. Blazes tail twitched slightly. She didn’t want to be a burden to them but it was a bakery and people go in there and buy things all the time….Buy… the word lingered in her head. Silver had told her what they used for money here and they had occasionally come across some. She sifted through one of her pockets and pulled out a singed five dollar bill. The money had been burned at one of the corners and was covered in an ashy black but money was money or that’s what Silver would say.

Blaze now reassured that she can pay for the treat, nodded to Laylin and readied herself to follow him whilst putting the money back in her pocket. It was good to have someone fill that open space beside her. Another thing Blaze didn’t like to much of was loneliness. It made her feel like an outcast and a loner even though she already sort of was one.

But before Blaze budged she needed to ask him a question she had been wanting to ask. “Hey… Lin.” She starts. “Do you know a blue hedgehog that can run apparently at the speed of sound and has stopped eggman countless of times?” she asks making her voice go up in an amazed tone when she got to the eggman part but she was only playing. "Also, n-no, we don't have doughnuts where... I come from..." Blaze added shyly.

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Laylin would watch Blaze produce a five dollar bill, looking as if it had been through a house burning down, or something the like. He smiled back up at Blaze, shaking his head, and chuckling. "Heh... don't worry about paying for it... now that I think about it, it's almost criminal not to have had a doughnut before...!" He passed off with a laugh. "I'm sure that my mother won't mind. " He said with a nod. Or at least, she wouldn't mind if he explained how in the world Blaze had never had one before.

He started to lead her in the direction of the shop, before she rose her voice... asking a question. Laylin stopped short, and looked over at her, smiling. "Know him? Y-eeah... -ish...." He started off. "I mean, yeah, I've heard of him... a-and... read about him in the papers..." He said, thinking about all the times he heard of the hedgehog in question. The "Blue Flash" that zipped around, helping those in need... It wasn't uncommon to hear of him. "But... I don't actually know-know him... L-like... I haven't met him." Laylin clarified.

"Why exactly are you looking for Sonic anyway?" He asked inquisitively. "Do... you need his help?"

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Blaze smiled. “I don’t exactly need his help since there is nothing wrong… I was just visiting a friend that just so happens Sonic knows where she lives and I don’t…” Blaze said looking down at the ground. She was looking for Sonic to get to Amy’s house but when she said nothing was wrong that was a slight fib. Blaze had woken up with amnesia in the woods. All she could remember was a white hedgehog and a burned down city.

Over time she acquired some of her memory back but not all of it. Blaze looked up at Laylin again. “But I am in absolutely no rush to get to him.” She added. “Trust me. Trying to find Sonic in a city like this is like finding a needle in a haystack and him being the ‘fastest hedgehog in the world’ doesn’t help either.” She chuckles slightly after putting a little emphasis on ‘fastest hedgehog in the world'. She walks beside Laylin ready now to follow the little fox to the bakery.

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Felt a little more at ease as Blaze smiled... It made him smile. Of course, he caught himself smiling at her, and he flushed a bit, his furry cheeks turning red. He turned away, laughing very lightly. As Blaze explained she was not looking for Sonic... but someone else that Sonic knew struck him as a fair bit odd... But then again, this entire day had turned out quite odd. She explained that there was no rush - which was unique for someone looking for Sonic. Laylin half expected her to tell him that he village was on fire, or that there had been a horrible accident, or someone had been kidnapped... or something along the lines.

"Well.. yeah, I guess so. By the time we learned where he was, he'd probably be three blocks ahead of us...." He reasoned with a nod. "But out of curiosity... who ARE you looking for...?" He asked, beginning to walk down the street. "I mean, if she's anything like Sonic... I can only think of a few people..." He paused. "I know Miles Prower is in town... we've spoke once or twice... but not in depth or anything... He's really smart..." He said, thinking about the fox in question, and blushing again. He envied the fox... a lot. Perhaps his feelings were more towards jealousy.. or even something else. But he shook his mind from such thoughts. "I kinda know where he lives... and there is Cream... I-I... don't really know where she lives...I've just seen her talking with Miles..." He said with an affirming nod.

It wasn't long before they reached the humble little bakery. The bright neon sign in the window was not on, and it seemed the store was closed. But Laylin reached into his pocket, and fished out a keychain, poking through the cavalcade of keys, until he found the right one. He plunged it into the door, and stepped inside. He held the door open for Blaze, smiling invitingly.

The lights were on inside and it seemed that there was a presence inside. Footsteps could be heard upstairs. But Laylin saw no need to bother his mother. But almost as if on schedule, a fresh tray of glazed doughnuts lay out to cool, fresh from the oven. Laylin walked behind the counter, humming lightly as he rummaged around, bringing up a napkin from behind the counter, and pinching up the large, round treat from the pan, the icing almost running down the round edges. He stood on his tiptoes to hand the treat over to Blaze. "Give it a few seconds to cool. It won't take long though." He said with a nod.

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As Blaze walked with him, she kept her eyes glued to the sidewalk or anything of interest. Then a question arose of who, specifically, was she looking for. Her eyes not leaving the sidewalk she answered. “Amy Rose…” Is all she replied as she walked with the little fox until they came across a small little bakery that when Laylin opened the door, the smells of different breads and pastries flooded Blazes nose and she sighed.

Catching herself, she only blushed and looked at the ground as she entered the small shop. Blaze watched carefully as Laylin had picked up the same treat that she had seen with the other boy. She tilted her head some, quickly grabbing a nearby napkin and letting the doughnut fall onto it instead of her hands. She smiled slightly at him and gave him a thanks before setting the treat on the table and sitting down in one of the small chairs.

Heeding his warning, she left the small treat alone; occasionally glancing at it. The smell was delectable and the glaze around the bread had made it even more appealing to Blaze. Still, she waited until what Blaze thought was the right time. Carefully, she slipped her fingers under the bread and gave one glance at Laylin before she took a bite of it.

The overall taste was overwhelming. Blaze was a master at hiding her emotions, but this didn’t stop her from her giving a satisfied “mmm“. “This is the best thing I’ve ever tasted.” She chuckles after she had swallowed her bite.

As Blaze was about to take another, red and blue lights flashed through the bakery windows and sirens screamed out to anyone around them. Unlike most people who would stop and look at the lights of the police car, Blaze was too preoccupied with the treat in her hands though, she did notice the cars as they streaked by. “What is going on?” She asks before she takes another bite of the doughnut.

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Laylin Sierus

Central City


Laylin watched as Blaze eagerly dove into her doughnut. When her facial expression didn't change, he was a bit worried. But as that soft 'Mnn' entered the air, he couldn't help but giggle. Even more so when she admitted it was the best thing she tasted. "Heh, you like it, huh? Next time you can try one with chocolate. Or maybe some cream filling!" He suggested, returning from behind the counter. He pulled himself up onto the counter, like a seat, his legs kicking through the air lightly. He wouldn't say anything while she ate up her doughnut.

But then, blaring sirens broke the air, making the fox jump to alert, as the flashing lights drove by. His ears perked and, he slid of the counter, walking towards the door. Blaze asked, and he shrugged. "I... dunno. The police are being called for some reason. I hope there isn't any trouble with those two guys that almost ran you over." He said, almost forgetting the fact that he'd been trampled. Twice.

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Character Portrait: Blaze the Cat Character Portrait: Laylin Sierus

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Blaze the Cat


Central City


"Heh..." She almost laughed after she finished the last of her doughnut. "Why do you care about those two humans anyway? I mean, they ran you over." She said in a somewhat cold voice but softened up a little when she spoke again. "Aren't you... mad at them?" She asked as she got up from the chair and approached the window. She looked towards the direction the police were going and watched as the lights faded away as they moved through the city.

Blaze didn't know why the little fox boy was worried about the same beings that had trampled him earlier and nearly ran over her as well. She sighed somewhat and continued gazing out the window.

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Character Portrait: Blaze the Cat Character Portrait: Laylin Sierus Character Portrait: Chuck Harzan

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Blaze the Cat


Central City Bakery


As Blaze continued to look out the window, the brilliant light in the sky began to retreat behind the tall buildings and seemed to stop suddenly over the horizon. The lights of the city immediately started preparing for nightfall right in front of her. Blaze smiled slightly at the sight and looked in the direction in which the police cars at gone. Her ears flicked somewhat when she could faintly hear the same agonizingly loud sirens coming their way.

She focused her eyes and sure enough, the same police cars that she had seen earlier were heading up the street once more. Blaze backed up some and in a moments second, a boy practically flew into the bakery, disregarding Laylin and her, and hid behind the counter just as the police cars whizzed by the window.

Blaze blinked a couple of times and slowly turned around to see the boy now standing and saying something about what it seems is not exactly true. Her ears flattened a bit. On instinct, Blaze immediately didn’t trust this boy and how he entered the building and the police just added on to that.

If this guy was what it seemed, which Blaze was sure that he was, then she would probably burn his hide out of the bakery. Blaze clenched her fists preparing for anything. The light in the small bakery dimmed somewhat as the sun was finally hidden from view beneath the horizon.

Blaze looked over at the city and watched as it finally aluminized. Everything seemed to glow, and at first you may think Blaze was distracted but her fists were still clenched. The lilac cat moved closer to the window and started to ignore the boy behind her.

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Character Portrait: Sparx Character Portrait: Luna The Cat Character Portrait: Blaze the Cat Character Portrait: Laylin Sierus Character Portrait: Micah Sarac

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Blaze the Cat


Central City Bakery


Blaze continued to look outside. Everything was so complex around here. In her and Silvers time, everything was in ruins. Now, seeing everything together and not in ash was a breathtaking sight. Especially at night. Even with all of the lights and magnificent skyscrapers, Blaze kept on her usual emotionless mask that conceals any display of emotions.

After a while of not saying anything, the silence in the small bakery was starting to get to her. She started to tap her heals to the ground making a steady click, click, click through the silence of the bakery. Blaze continued to look outside and caught a glimpse of what she thought was the cobalt hedgehog Sonic but he was a little too far away to really be sure. She also took notice of a red cat and a police man. She didn't really take any notice into them either.

Blaze stopped tapping her heals and turned her eyes toward the ceiling which was emanating the sounds of someone walking around on the top floor. The night was taking a toll on her as time drew nearer and nearer to midnight. She let out a small yawn and turned towards the city once more. Then a thought passed her mind. Where will she stay?

She had no earthly idea where Amy’s place was nor where Sonic was and she was still debating on whether or not who she had just seen was him. She wasn’t going to stay in the bakery all night, that’d just be weird. She frowned and she turned towards Laylin. “Hey Lin? Do you know of any place that I can stay at just for the night?’ She asks carefully, picking her words a bit loosely but orderly as if trying to say the right thing.

Micah Sarac


Central City


Micah walked along the sidewalk of the big city. His eyes were trained on the sidewalk below him avoiding any contact with the people around him. He never wanted to come to the city. His uncle forced him here so he might get some friends since all of the people in his town he didn’t really care for because he already knew all of them. But here, he didn’t know anybody. Everywhere he looked someone knew. He and his uncle had fought about going to the city but his little cousin Cody was so excited about going to the city that Micah stopped complaining and accepted the facts that nothing was going to change his uncles mind.

Cody was everything to Micah. He was the only thing he cared about really. His uncle was trying to reach to him but Micah refused to accept him. Cody was a very little 5 year old black and white hedgehog. He though, unlike Micah, was mostly white with black speckles on his quills, muzzle, and chest. Micah stopped suddenly when he saw the commotion at the bakery. About a second later he felt something bump into the back of his leg and the older hedgehog turned around and saw his little cousin.

“Oof! Why did ya stop?” His little cousin said. Cody’s gaze then fixated on the police cars that passed by. “Oooh…” Cody says in realization. Micah chuckles and turns toward the bakery. He didn’t want to get in the mix of things and the police cars were headed the same way he was going so Micah turned around and walked the opposite direction. Cody followed.

They continue walking. Micah was still new to the whole city life so he was still getting familiar to the sights and right now, he had no idea where he was. Micah started to get a little worried when dark came and Cody just kept his mouth shut. They soon came across two felines. Micah gulped and told Cody to wait here as he approached both of them just before they were about to leave.

He opened his mouth a bit but no words could come out. Eventually though they did. “D-do you t-two kn-know where Central city M-mall is?” He says as he looks at the ground. He knew how to get home from there but just the thought of a guy asking for directions to girls made him blush lightly.