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Cassandra Oaken

"I promise. You can trust me!"

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a character in “Soul Eater: The Memories”, as played by Emily3456

Description

Cassandra Oaken

Thanks For The Memories- Fall Out Boy

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[font=New Roman Times]Age:16

Gender: Female

Role:Meister

Partner: Shaun Adams

Description: Cassandra is rather short for her age, and it annoy's her quite a bit, but she doesn't let her bother her to much, even when she is teased by the others, because she is one of the best fighters at the academy. She is very fast on her feet and very graceful. She has long blonde hair that falls just a little lower than the small of her back and bright brown eyes that glow when she is determined or extremely angry. Most of the time she kids other people up-beat speech's when their about to give in, and she tends to care too much for other people. Se is headstrong and doesn't shut up if she thinks someone is making the wrong choices or following the wrong path. She just cares to much, and will anything in her power to try and help someone that has chosen the wrong path before she has to do any harm to them.

Cass may be a small girl but she is tough, when she fights she puts her very heart and soul into protecting her friends and her Weapon, that is all she ever cares about really, protecting those she cares most about. When she is class, she tends be either fall asleep or talk, but she is always a all A student and seems to retain the information either way. Her skin is a little on the pale side, but she doesn't mind, she would rather be pale than so tan that it looked fake.


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Height: 5'3

Weight: 121 lb

Skill(s)/Ability(s):
☯ She is very graceful and fast on her feet
☯ She is a highly trained fighter
☯ Has a strong sixth sense.
☯ Her strong will

Hobbies:
° Swimming
° Reading
° Boxing
° Fighting in general
° Sleeping in class
° Annoying the teachers

Likes:
✔ Reading
✔ Singing
✔ Night time
✔ Boxing
✔ Going for runs/walks
✔ Fighting other students to test her limits
✔ Winning a fight (of course)
✔ Saving human lives

Dislikes:
✘ Bright lights
✘ Annoying people
✘ Anyone stronger than her
✘ Losing a fight
✘ Being told what to do
✘ Singing in public places
✘ People who are full of themselves
✘ Kishin and evil humans
✘ Most witches
✘ Anyone who spoils her nap time/reading time

Dominant Traits:

STUBBORNNESS: She hates being told what to do and when to do, she likes you go her own way and not listen to people if their being unreasonably bossy, and she never goes back on her word, on a promise or a vow.

BIG HEART: She tends to be too trusting and loving, she takes pity on others and she loves everyone.

HUMOR: She tends to crack jokes all of the time, even at the worst of times.

SHORT TEMPER: She has a very short temper, and when it gets off she tends to see red and do thing's she shouldn't do, which never really ends up helping the situation.

TARDINESS: Never bothering to set alarms of any kind, Cass often finds herself losing track of time and thus being late. Due to her stubbornness, she refuses to even simply wear a watch or set an alarm on it.

LAZY: She can be very lazy, very often, but only when she wants to be.

Fears/Weaknesses:
☠ Cass hates small spaces, she tends to freak out and have a full out panic attack when she is put into small spaces.

☠ She has OCD, and everything has to be perfect before she is done, or she'll end up staying up all night thinking about it, and it will only brother her when she falls asleep, not when she is awake.

☠ Her temper ends up taking her in the wrong direction.

☠ She follows her instincts a lot and doesn't think things out.

☠ If she thinks something is right, even through it may seem wrong in someone else s eyes, she'll fight for what SHE believe's in.


Personality:
Cassandra is really smart, and she tends to speak her mind freely. If she offends someone by what she says she always points out that its only offending because they know it's true. She doesn't like to be pushed about or bossed around so she stands up for herself but it's never a really good thing when she dose because that tends to get her into more trouble then she was in before. She jokes around a lot and uses a lot of sarcasm because she knows she's smart enough to pull the sarcasm off to such a level that people will wonder if she was being truthful or not. She is always worrying about others and how they feel, through she knows she should only worry about herself and how things are going for her, but she cant help her big heart.

She is very imaginative, creative, and extremely crafty. She likes to think out of the box, no matter how ridiculous her ideas are. She hates being told how to do anything, when she should do it, or that she is wrong. She's very blunt, in your face, and can border line rude because she will not hold anything back, she likes to show off sometimes so she tends to do just that and prove to everyone just how smart she is by doing her best in school or in everything she dose, people say she is an over achiever, but to her that isn't a bad thing, because she knows she'll go far in life because she's working hard.

She often gets that sarcastic and witty look like she's about to mess with you. She is extremely good at lying and fibbing and shes mostly and extremely, painfully, stubborn. However, if you should ever, ever get past that side of her, you see the true happy young woman. From appearance, Cassie isn't exactly what would be expected of a girl her age. She is quiet and focused, almost impossible to distract at times, and she is such a avid reader her room is practically a library. She doesn't jump into situations like most do, she likes to stand back, work out a good plan and then put it to use. Despite this through, she still loves laughing and smiling, or making others do it too. She's a girl who stands up for what she believes in, doesn't let others push her around, and does what she wants. She's headstrong, but she is also loving and caring and just happy.



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History:
Cassandra has had a tough life, her parents were murdered when she was around the age of five, and so she was left with a ill grandmother that she had to take care of all of the time. Her grandmother forced her to go to a normal school so she could get some kind of education and make something of herself when she finished school, but Cass would have nothing to do with it, she hated to be so normal and she would always get in fights because she wouldn't hold anything back and refused to let herself or other's be bullied. As she grew the need to do more with her life than just be normal became to much for her, and she wanted to get out and see the world, to be able to make a difference somehow.

When her grandmother was on her deathbed, Cass vowed to her that she wouldn't ever give up, that she would make something more of her life to make her and her parents proud, that she would make a difference in the world and save lives. After that day she vowed to herself that she would never, ever go back on another promise, that she would do just what she said, and that's when she started to take fighting lessons, hoping to get something out of those other than a bit more self control. As time passed things seemed to get a bit better, but she was going to lose her house soon because she couldn't pay the rent. That's when The Academy found her. One of the older professors helped her even more before she enrolled, helping train in weapon usage and swords, with the help of the old man, she enrolled into the school a year later, and that's when she met her partner at one of the workshops the academy had set up, they ended up boxing in the workshop countless times, and it never seemed to end. Through it was clear that Cassandra was the stronger one, since she beat him nearly every time,the boy kept getting up and challenging her over and over,she was inspired by her determination and will to keep getting up, since that's what she liked most in people,and in herself. After the workshop closed, they ended up forming a kind of friendship that ended with them being partners, she ended up moving in with him and she couldn't be happier, because she was sure Shaun would have been the only partner for her, she would give her life for him, her new friends, the Academy, and death city, and she would never back down or give up. That was her vow to herself the day she walked into that academy, she would never let anyone hurt those she loved, even if it was the last thing she did.

Other: Her partner can turn into more than one weapon at a time.


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So begins...

Cassandra Oaken's Story

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The sun was high in the sky, it was time for school to start.


Cassandra sat up in bed. Her legs were tangled in her sheets and she was covered in a cold sweat. Not the best way to start out a morning. She sighed, before slipping out of her bed and heading right to her bathroom. After showering, she changed into her normal outfit, a long sleeved button up shirt with a casual red over jacket along with a dark blue skirt, her long socks that went up to her mid thigh, and her black dress shoes. She left her long blonde hair down, so it would dry out and curl. She sighed and went back into her room where she packed up her school bag and then headed out of her room. Cass was sure that, by the end of the day, her and Shaun would end up with a mission, and that was what she was looking forward to. She was tired of sitting around all day, she honestly felt like they didn't get sent out enough.

Cass headed out of her room and down the hall, only pausing to knock on Shaun's door. "Common! You better already be up! I don't wanna be late today!" She banged on the door one more time, before heading down into the kitchen and making tea, she didn't feel like having to cook a whole meal at the moment, and there would always be food at the academy, so what was the point? Cassandra sat down with her tea in hand, and took a deep breath. Over the last few months everything had been pretty basic. Not many students had gotten sent out on any mission lately because things seemed so calm, and if anything it made everyone worry more. Since there weren't any missions up for grabs, or any that was worth their time, everyone was under the strict impression that she witches were planning something, and the Evil Humans were some how involved.

As the worry spread, so did the rumors, and all anyone could do was forces on their classes and training. Some of the students became so bored they started taking extra lessons, which Cass refused to do at the moment. To be honest, she was getting worried just like everyone else, what were they going to do if they witches were planning something? Would all of the students at the Academy be ready for a attack of some sorts? I guess only time will tell.. She thought, sighing into her cup of tea and closing her eyes, waiting for Shaun.

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Shaun couldn't hear Cassandra knocking on his door, not because he was asleep or unconscious but mainly because he was in the shower and the sound of water hitting the floor drowned out most other noise. A few minutes passed after his meister stopped knocking before he pulled himself out the shower, grabbed a towel and dried himself off. The now wide awake teen looked towards a clock mounted on the wall, letting out a exaggerated groan.

He was annoyed, he had been getting lazy and had started to lie in far longer than what was acceptable, today was a good example of that. It wasn't entirely his fault though, it had just been so quietly so the sense of urgency Shaun once felt had been replaced by laziness. Though he still hadn't reached a point where he was so lazy as to let his room get messy, everything was kept organized and every morning he would have clothes ready and folded on his bed for the day. Today he was wearing a dark blue shirt with buttons and black jeans, nothing that really stood out or mad any kind of statement. Once he had showered, dressed and tidied what need to be tided Shaun exited his room, making sure to lock his door behind him.

Shaun swiftly made his way down to the kitchen and threw together a sandwich and filled a glass with orange juice before heading over to the table Casandra was at. He set down his food on the table across from his meister then went to sit down. As he sat down he nodded towards her then tried to start a conversation. "Good Morning Cassandra, How have things been for you so far?". Shaun wasn't usually so formal but he was still a little tired and couldn't come up with anything funny or entertaining, it took a while to get himself onto his feet sometimes.

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Cassandra silently watched as Shaun swiftly made his way around the kitchen,making a sandwich and filling a glass of orange juice for himself before sitting across from her. As he sat down he nodded towards Cass, which she returned before tacking another sip of tea. "Good Morning Cassandra, How have things been for you so far?" Cass couldn't help but silently snigger as he started to try and start a conversation with her, they both knew it wouldn't get very far because neither of them were really 'awake' in the mornings. Cass shrugged and took her tip sipping from her tea again before she answered. "Good Morning to you too, Shaun, I've been fine so far. I was thinking, maybe if we don't get a new mission today that we should go and train some after classes." Cassandra took another sip from her now almost empty cup.

Over the last few months that had been the routine between meister and weapon. Cass would hope they would get a mission everyday, act like she knew they really would get one, and then when they didn't she would drag Shaun off to extra lessons or extra training. She couldn't understand why there hadn't been any mission lately, surely there had to be something other than classes for them to do, but it seemed like all of the Evil Humans and Witches vanished off the face of the earth, it was starting to bother Cassie, what if they were planning something? The student's at the Academy weren't ready to take on anything to big. That's probably why they were planning something now of all times. Cassandra hadn't noticed she was clenching her now empty glass in her hand as her mind drifted. The side of the class cracked, ending the silence in the kitchen. Cassandra sighed and carelessly threw it into the open trashcan where it shattered. "Sorry.." She mumbled frowning.

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Shaun sat quietly and listened to Cassandra as she spoke, chewing on his sandwich. "Good Morning to you too, Shaun, I've been fine so far." At this point he smiled slightly, glad to know that her morning had been going well, never was fun when she was in a bad mood. Though she didn't stop after telling him how she was, She went of to say a few things which put Shaun in a even better mood. This was the mention of training, He was sure that Cassandra said "I was thinking, maybe if we don't get a new mission today that we should go and train some after classes." before she stopped to finish what seemed to be the last of her tea. Training with his meister was always a good way to pass by time, it had been awhile since they had been given a decent mission, or any mission at that. Though it didn't really bother him, as long as he was doing something to keep active every now and then all was fine for him. He took a drink from his juice then in response to her question about training he nodded.

"Sure, Training sounds good, I don't think well get a mission today though..."

After saying this Shaun swallowed the last bite of his sandwich and was going to finish his glass of orange juice when he heard a crack, then looking over to Cassandra, saw that her glass was cracked down the side. He almost let a little laugh loose, typical of her to let her own strength loose like that. Well as long as she wasn't letting that amazing power of hers loose on him then Shaun didn't really have many complaints, that strength might have been one of the reasons he chose her afterall. He got up from his seat just as Cassandra threw the glass to the bin and he set his own glass down besides a sink, planning to clean it later in the day. He turned and leaned against a counter top as he called over to his partner, asking her if she wanted a proper breakfast before they left.

"Hey, You want me to throw something together before we head out or are you set?"

Shaun really worried about his meister sometimes, on days like this she would totally ditch breakfast and go hungry until lunch. This annoyed him because breakfast was really important, especially for Cassandra who used allot of energy through the day.

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Cassandra leaned back in her seat and stretched as Shaun finished the last of his food, she wanted to leave soon. "Sure, Training sounds good, I don't think well get a mission today though..." He said while she nodded and frowned ever so slightly, of course they wouldn't get a mission today, what would make today any different from the last few months? "Yeah, I know Shaun.." She sighed and leaned back forward in her seat so she could stare down at the table. She was really starting to get worked up about this whole thing, she was getting worried, which means she would be moody and stressed out all day. Shaun got up and put his dishes in the sink as she rose up from her seat and pulled her bag over one of her shoulders, she didn't feel like eating, and the only way she could get out of it now was getting out of the door before Shaun made her eat.

"Hey, You want me to throw something together before we head out or are you set?" Cassandra almost felt guilty for the worry that laced his voice, she knew that he knew that if she didn't eat now she wouldn't until lunch, but when she was in a mood like this food wasn't an option, only classes, training, or a good mission could clear her mind now, and even the first two things wouldn't put her at ease completely. "No thank you, I'll be find until lunch, but lets go Shaun, I don't want to be late today." She said as a frown settled on her face and she headed towards the door. Cass held it open for him, singling for Shaun to go first so she could lock it behind them.

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Shaun hid is worries behind a understanding smile as Cassandra replies to his questions kindly. "No thank you, I'll be fine until lunch, but lets go Shaun, I don't want to be late today.". He appreciated her thanks despite knowing that they weren't really deserved because he hasn't even done much. Though he couldn't really do much anyways as Cassandra was making this clear that they needed to soon. He knew this to be true, if they waited any longer before leaving then they couldnt possibly get in on time but if they left now then they had a chance at making it in on time. When Cassandra opend the door Shaun immediately began to make his way over, grabbing his grey coat and bag as he did so. There wasn't much in the satchel that he sling over his shoulder, just the necessities such as pencils, erasers, worksheets and a packed lunch made the night before. As he stepped past Cassandra and out onto the open street he paused momentarily to remind her to lock up after her.

"Remember to lock the door behind you Cass, Not that there's much to steal but, you know, never can be too careful."

Having said this he turned and began to wander down the path towards the academy with a smile on his face. He made sure to be walking slowly so that it wouldn't take his partner much effort to catch up. The path was pretty quiet, probably because the other students were in the academy. There were always the late ones and today it seemed as though that could be Shaun and Cassandra. He wondered what their punishment might be or if there was one at all, the staff were pretty tolerant yet also ruthless. Shaun had learnt from experience that getting on their badsides was the worst things you could do at this academy, wasn't the worst things though. At the moment the worst thing for Shaun was his aching stomach, it had been so long since he'd eaten a soul and it almost felt asthough he was starving without them, even though you couldn't actually starve without souls. They were still really important though, the first thing that Shaun was taught was that his aim, aside from protecting his meister, was to acquire enough souls to become a death scythe. He wasn't too sure how that worked seeing as he didn't have a scythe form but he could only guess that he would become more powerful or the likes. Whilst pondering upon this he heard footsteps from behind, most likely Cassandra catching up to him.

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Cassandra watched him as he smiled at her as she held the door open from him. Shaun grabbed his grey coat and bag while heading over to her, most likely thinking about the same thing she was, what would happen if they were late. She honestly wanted to roll her eyes when he reminded her to lock the door behind them, why did he think she was holding it open for him? "Remember to lock the door behind you Cass, Not that there's much to steal but, you know, never can be too careful." Cassandra shrugged and then shut and locked the door behind him. "When have I forgot?" she mumbled more to herself than to him before turning around and looking up at the sky. Another bright, cheerful looking day, but she felt like there was a storm hiding somewhere off in the distance. When Cass turned away from the sky she saw that Shaun had already began to wander down the path towards the academy with a smile on his face that made her want to smile, it was nice when he was in a good mood.

Cass jogged to catch up with her partner who was going slow for her, but she had other ideas. "Hey Shaun, since neither of us wanna be late...I'll race ya!" She grinned at him before suddenly taking off running with a large bound of energy. Lately she hadn't gotten to do much of anything, so she had a lot of energy she wanted to let out before she had to sit down for classes all day, if she didn't she wouldn't be able to sit still and she'd end up getting into a pointless fight with another student that she didn't even know. She feet made light tapping sounds on the un-even stone pavement as her hair blew behind her. She raced by people and students alike, a small grin planted firmly on her face and she picked up her speed. She was running through the stores now, and was having a bit more fun sliding by the people as she went.

Her grin widened as she started to run head on towards an apple stand, which she jumped right over, and snagged an apple mid-air. Someone yelled at her as she slid on the ground, but Cass just laughed loudly and kept running. She should have done this a week ago, it was way better than walking. As soon as she neared the Schools steps she starts to go up two at a time, pushing herself to go faster until she only had four left at the top. Cassandra pushed herself up, off of the ground, did a flip in the mid-air, and landed gracefully in a crouch with a grin still on her face. They had a few minuets still until classes started.

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Shaun's assumption turned out to be true as it was Casandra whom was coming up from behind him. He caught a glimpse of her figure from the corner of his eye and started to walk slightly faster, moving at a pace which he thought would get them to class on time and be easy enough to maintain until they reached the academy. Though it seemed as though his partner, Cassandra, had other ideas. She didn't stop when she came up to Shaun's side and kept on moving, saying something to him just as she passed. "Hey Shaun, since neither of us wanna be late...I'll race ya!". As she said this Shaun caught a glimpse of a grin on her face before she took off down the path. There wasn't any time for Shaun to try and stop his partner or any way he would catch up with her, but this wouldn't stop him trying. He laughed happily, knowing no one could hear him, then took off towards the academy after her.

In the distance he could see a blur of colors, obviously Casandra, weaving through the crowds. He jogged after her, fixed at a pace where he could keep her in his sight whilst keeping his breath. Moments after his partner had made a passage through crowds it would close again, only reopening when the students or pedestrians he was trying to pass heard his feet coming down on the paving. He knew a few of the people he passed, students whom were usually late and one or two like his partner and himself whom had just had a bad morning. Shaun was pretty sure most of the students had known he was on his way when they had seen Cassandra pass through, he wouldn't be surprised either, the meisters attitude and actions had made them one of the more well-known pairs in the school. This didn't mean they got any special treatment, they very rarely got sent on any out-of-the-ordinary missions and were pretty much treated like any other meister and weapon. Though Casandra often managed to talk her way into getting them mission from the academy, she was even more dangerous than Shaun himself when she put her mind to something. That was how Shaun knew that he had no chance of catching up to his partner no matter how much effort he put into running, She was near unstoppable.

As Shaun followed Cassandra into the market he saw her leap over a fruit stand and pinch an apple. Shaun let himself scowl as he watched the excited, childlike partner of his run away. He slowed his walking speed until he was in front of the apple stand where he stopped. From his pocket he pulled some change that he used to pay the owner of the stand then with a quick apology started on his way to the academy. He wasn't so much angry as he was annoyed, stealing kind of got to him and even if it was a freind he couldn't let it go without making amends. By the time Shaun had gotten back en route to the academy Cassandra had gotten out of his sight, she was probably at the academy already. He climbed up the stairs of the academy, his arms folded with a frown on his face. When he reached the top of the stairs he regrouped with his partner, looking as her disappointingly before turning to head into the academy. He didn't even turn to speak to her, he only said two words in a very agitated tone.

"Lets Go"

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"Let's go to the market, then. We can pick up some fruit and bread for breakfast,"

Zachary smiled widely and nodded before saying, "Sounds great," and beginning towards the marketplace. Having fruits and vegetables for a meal after a workout was a brilliant idea considering that it was a healthy and easy choice. You needn't cook an apple, nor should you have to peel a strawberry. Well, you do get rid of the top, but that's not really a hassle since a strawberry is its own reward. Ah yes, strawberries, Zach's obsession. There is no other edible object in this world or any other that he cares for as much as the little crimson fruits. The juicy ones, in his opinion, were the best. You see, to him, there isn't just strawberries. There's lots. There's squishy, soft, tough, juicy, dry, tasty, delicious and outstanding strawberries. And they are different, if you ask him. Zach can even tell how old the fruit is by taste alone, even to the month if he concentrates. It's like some unnecessary trait he developed upon feasting on them, and one he doesn't mind having.

When they arrived at the market, Zach distanced himself from Arabelle in search for the fruit he was so desperately in need of. As she stacked herself with an varied basket full of different things, he stayed simple with a whole lot of strawberries and about three oranges. This would make for a fine meal, but it would by no means take long enough to eat that he would have to save some for after. These strawberries and oranges would be finished before they entered the school campus, like usual. Unlike his partner, who ate during class hours, he refrained from doing so. His time in class was spent working as all students should. It was unlike him to slack off too much during class, since he did have to get good grades. And he did. Most of the time.

After having paid for his breakfast and returned to Arabelle's side, Zach pulled out his first strawberry and began his meal. He'd pop one in his mouth and finish the thing in about a second which wouldn't be too sightly if he were in the presence of royalty, but considering that it was Arabelle he was with, he didn't mind much. She wasn't like much other girls, and in a good way. For some reason, he figured the opposite sex didn't really interest her as much as it did the other girls, as she didn't ever seem the least bit flustered by being near him, as other girls would. This itself was great, since he wouldn't have to worry about awkward situations.... anymore. Hopefully. He did clarify some things with her to ensure such an embarrassing thing never occurred again, so they should be in the clear. Hopefully.

Hopefully.

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When his mouth was clear for speaking, Zach did such as they walked towards the Death Weapon Meister Academy. "You know, you should try Strawberries more." he suggested. The topic of conversation when he was eating would almost always be about the little red fruits, maybe to the point of it being a routine. He was smiling, happy to be eating his favorite food on a walk to class. From there, there weren't any real topics of interest during their walk. Just him speaking about strawberries, then eating one. The oranges disappeared as well, even though they took longer to peel. By the time they reached the steps to the academy, he was finished as per usual.

"Today ought to be a good one." he commented, watching another student happily hop up the steps as he followed. When she neared the top, she leaped up into the air and did a flip before landing on something other than her face, which was a success. Whether she did it for show or just because wasn't known to Zach, but either way, he smiled and then clapped. "Bravo." he cheered on the girl.

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Cassandra grinned at the boy behind her when he started to clap and a small blush crossed her face. "Bravo!" He called over to her, only making her grin widen and her blush darken, Cass had hoped they would be so late that no one would see her showing off a bit, because once people knew how good you were they would want to text their skills against your own, and that was never fun, unless Cass was the one calling the person out. Just then Shaun came walking up the many steps, and right away I could tell that from the look on his face made her frown right away. This wasn't going to be a good thing, if anything he would yell at her for not only taking off, but almost running over people and grabbing that apple.

Cassandra sighed as he started to walk ahead of her, and she tried not to wince at his suddenly stern voice. "Lets go." he growled which made Cass sigh, wave at the kid that was still going up the steps, and then follow the annoyed Shaun. They got about half way towards to front doors before Cass frowned and reached out, grabbing onto the back of his shirt and tugging. "Shaun wait..." She mumbled looking down guiltily, she had just wanted to have some fun, but instead she made her partner upset. She sighed, pulled the money she owed him out of her pocket and then shoving it into his hands before she let go of his shirt and walked past him and inside murmuring a small 'sorry' as she passed by him.

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Shaun was halfway between the entrance and the stairs when he felt that gentle tug which he had almost been expecting. He knew it would be Cassandra trying to apologise for her actions, this was confirmed by the way the distressed looking girl herself when she mumbled something to him and shoved some coin into his hand. Almost immediately after this his partner began to walk off, heading into the school whilst he followed. Shaun was tempted to grab the girl and hand her money back to her but decided otherwise, he wouldn't use this as she would want him too, he would keep it aside and try to save a little for them or for when she decided to take some fruit again. Though despite being repayed He was still a little disappointed and was going to tell Cassndra off when he heard her whisper a quiet "Sorry" to him. And this was good enough for Shaun, he knew she was sorry for sure now and she had even went so far to try reimburse what he had payed. He skipped forward and walked at his partners side until they reached the entrance. He looked down at her figure, tempted to give her a hug and tell her she was forgiven, Ofcourse such actions would ruin their image and as such Shaun decided otherwise.

As they passed through the open doorways Shaun gave Cassandra a pat on the shoulder and smiled towards her, speaking in a kind forgiving tone. "I forgive you Cass, I can get how you might have just been a little excited and forgotten yourself for a second, Just pay for your fruit next time. Okay?". Then with a slight grin on his face he grabbed Cassndras hand and rushed off to class, pretty much dragging her behind him as he sprinted down the hallways. He brushed past students and accidental bumped into a few as he made his way towards his classroom with Cassndra in tow. This haste quickly brought them to the door of their class room, several minutes before the bell. Shaun nodded to Cassndra and pushed open the door, gesturing for her to enter the take a seat.

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Arabelle seems perfectly content with her rather substantial load of food, biting into a piece of bread with a slice of cheese over it when Zachary makes his way back to her. She needn't look to see what he has purchased, already knowing that the meister has probably loaded himself down with strawberries, and maybe one or two other things for a bit of variety. Even if she didn't know that already, the young woman would have smelt the strawberries, the scent of which cling to Zachary like an overused cologne. This may only seem so strong to her, of course, as Arabelle's childhood of hunting has given her quite accurate senses, especially when it comes to scent and hearing. For each of these little advantages from such a youth, however, comes a downside as well. When she first came here, the young woman had not been the most socially adept of people, and still tends to miss little social cues here and there. She is often preoccupied with the thought of her mother and brother, enemies of DWMA, as well, and thoughts of them are some of the most effective things when it comes to distracting the red-haired weapon. She also can't stand to be indoors for too long, and isn't naturally one for structured academics, having learned at her own pace for most of her life.

Arabelle, not caring for what others think, practically inhales her food. Yes, she also isn't always the most elegant of people, perhaps. But she is a strong weapon and, to be honest, that is a large portion of all she cares about: people recognizing her as being strong. Perhaps this is not an incredibly typical mindset for a girl her age, but she is not alone in it, at least, and therefore has no reason to change it. She rarely feels the need to change herself, being loyal in all she does- including loyalty to herself. If nothing else, that much can be said of Ara. She is stubborn and loyal.

The duo walk in silence, as is customary due to the fact that they often eat on the way to school. This suits Ara quite well, for she isn't usually the talkative sort, unless someone brings up a topic which she is passionate about, in which case she can chat a person's ear off. When the silence is broken, it is with a routine topic: strawberries. Ara swallows her most recent bite of a tart green apple and shrugs at Zachary. "Too sweet," she explains, the two words her reasoning for not sharing his love for the red fruits. Ara has never been one to be overly fond of sweet foods, hence her breakfast of things such as bread, cheese, and tarter pieces of produce. They walk up towards the school, a building that is both impressive and strange in appearance, by most standards. What catches her, and apparently Zach's, attention is the girl who hops up the steps and spontaneously flips at the top to land neatly on her feet. Were her hands not full, Ara might have clapped to accompany Zach's cheer. Of course, quietly competitive as she is, Ara dwells briefly on whether or not she could do the same thing. Given that the girl's stunt had been propelled by the legs, she likely could, for her lower body strength exceeds that of her upper body. Temporarily content with her conclusion, though she will likely incorporate flips into her next training session, Ara continues to climb up the steps with her partner. Though she realizes that the girl, who is soon whisked away by her own partner, had been probably waving at Zach, not her, she gives a little wave as well, recognizing the girl.

Arabelle is hopeless with names, of course, and can only name a handful of people who attend this school, but does recognize the short young woman's face as that of a classmate. From what she can recall, that duo is somewhat well-known, though she can't remember why. Ara doesn't really pay attention to such things, unless it is because she is feeling competitive, and that is usually aimed towards individuals, not pairs. "We're going to be late," Ara observes, picking up her pace. She is quite fast naturally, even when walking, though the basket of food inhibits her slightly. She still hasn't finished eating, and will likely be having some of it during lunch time as well, if any remains from the stash.