Hakuryuu turned his head to the side, attempting to avoid Judal’s gaze. He narrowed his eyes as the magi turned him back, tilting his chin upwards. “W-What?” Hakuryuu reached up and swatted the others hand away, “It is not.” The prince swiftly walked by Judal, embarrassed that he acted so clumsy before the magi. Out of everyone he could have embarrassed himself in front of- why did it have to be Judal-dono? He sighed and glanced back, “Here..” The prince smiled and pointed forward towards the empire, “I’ve brought you home. You should go find someone else to play..” Hakuryuu moved behind Judal and gave him a gentle push forward, unsure of how Judal would act to have being brought home. He smiled and turned away, making his way back the way they came. “Have fun, Judal-dono.”
Well wasn’t Hakuryuu in a hurry to get rid of Judal, just because he bumped into the magi and that was all. As he was pushed forwards to the place Hakuryuu calls home, it was just the empire that was all. But Judal didn’t walk forward instead he turned around walked over to Hakuryuu, grabbed him and pulled him back to Judal. “Don’t you think of running away Hakuryuu.. you have to pay for bumping into me and now rudely pushing me. And here you are trying to run away~?”
He took out his wand and pointed it at Hakuryuu’s cheek. Grinning he said, “Why not bring me some peaches~?” Even though the walk was short, it did make him hungry a little, letting go of Hakuryuu he looked at his wand that reflected in the sun, making it all shiny.
Familiar with the antics of the gray faces and their spells, Kouha only looked slightly surprised when the Magi had once again returned to normal, now he had to decided whether or not he liked Judal better before or in his usual state.
“I didn’t say you could touch mine either! And if you mess it up, you will be fixing it!” A scowl pulled at the prince’s lips as he reached up to grip onto Judals wrist, pulling it free from his ‘immaculate’ hair. Yep, he liked Judal better when he was little, and would struggle to reach up high enough to pull onto those locks of hair. (Then again, Kouha wasn’t the tallest person ever— )
“Ok, if I’m boring, what do you suggest I do to become less boring?”
Judal let go of the prince’s hair and petted it down so it wouldn’t be messy. Chuckling to himself he thought it was good to be back in his own original body, things weren’t big and he could reach the top shelves if he wanted to, even mess up Kouha’s hair if he wanted to. But he now had no reason to do so.
"Why don’t we go ruin some people’s work?" It was something? Besides it was always fun to see people fail at some things right? And why not people’s work. But then again, that was the first idea that came into Judal’s head that sounded fun to him anyways. Unless he thinks of something better to do later on.
Hakuryuu looked towards Judal as he shoved the spear back into his hands, “Your already done?” He sighed softly and grasped it, “Judal-dono. You should try to keep interest in things for more then a couple minutes..”
The prince followed behind Judal quietly for a moment. This was unusual, Judal was not misbehaving. He glared into the magi’s back, attempting to figure out what was going on. Hakuryuu gasped slightly as his foot slid into a pot hole, causing him to fall forward. He pushed against the magi’s back for a moment before lunging himself backwards, “G-Gomen!” Hakuryuu blushed softly and gazed towards the ground, “I-I..lost my footing..” The prince mumbled quietly, embarrassed by his accident.
"There are only a few things that really can catch my interest.. Hakuryuu." A smirk appeared on the magi’s face as he then looked away, enjoying the walk for a moment.
But that walk was ruined by the clumsy prince who ended up bumping into Judal, he chuckled and then turned around.. But what did he see? The prince.. was.. blushing? Wait a minute. What? It really ended up catching Judal off guard, as he then started to laugh, placing his hand underneath Hakuryuu’s chin and lifting it up. “I think your face is red little prince.” He let go of his chin and messed up his hair, laughing. This was somehow weird, but yet, entertaining as well.
A sharpness, a pinch? Her cheek, ouch!
Magenta lashes beat furiously in order to process the situation at hand. Kougyoku was confused, unaware of what had just occurred. Sitting up, her blurry vision cleared and she recognized a familiar face. A shrill “Judal-chan!” filled the crisp evening air as she pulled away from him in fear of another clawed greeting. Her cheeks puffed out into a pout as he spoke. What an awful way to wake someone, pinching them then insulting them?
“I’m not old or ugly!” she began as a stray hand came up to rub away the ebbing pain. “And I’m already awake!” With a single brisk movement and a soft flourish of her gowns she stands and faces the prophet, already sitting on his carpet.
Why was he always so speedy? It really did make her feel old with the time it took her to do such things, he’d be done nearly twice as fast as her. Pausing for several seconds, she glanced at his outstretched palm. The anger that she felt fuming throughout her system but a few moments early had clearly dissipated as a bright smile perched on the princess’ features. Judal’s open hand was something she saw oft, yet never grew tired of.
Taking his help, she easily sat herself onto the flying carpet, squeezing herself on it’s small crevices while still staying a respectable distance from her companion.
“Where are you taking me?” she asked, curiosity seeping into her intonation.
She indeed was the most slowest person he hung around with, but he never minded it, it was funny to tease the princess, her face looked stupid in his opinion when ever she began to give out or even if she would try to give out. Besides he had to be more fast this time, otherwise they would be late for what he wants to show her.
Once she was finally on his flying carpet, they soared into the air and flew through the night sky more towards the southern direction. “I won’t tell you oldie. You will see when we get there.” It was a surprise sort of. The flying carpet was flying faster then the usual speed he flew. It looked like as if Judal was in a hurry and well he just hoped that they weren’t late.
Judal didn’t speak while they were flying, he kept it quite. It was odd for him to be quite this time, especially when he is never quite around the princess, since he teased her every single second he could possibly get, but why was it different? Maybe it was cause it was dark and Kougyoku looked like as if she could fall asleep any second now, that is when she gets boring the most.
Soon the flying carpet came to a stop, and Judal poked Kougyoku’s side to wake her up a bit more. “There we are.” He pointed to a field, it was a field of red flowers, but it was more out of the ordinary, the field of red flowers were glowing, not too bright, and not too dark. That is what he wanted to show her it seems. Slowly the magic carpet got closer to the field so they could get a better look at the place. “I just happened to find these flowers that glow when ever the full moon is out.” He paused for a moment and then grinned. “They look stupid just like you~” He laughed and then lied down on the flying carpet. Since he has finally shown her what he wanted to show her, he started to think… Why did he want to show this stupid field thing to her in the first place? Man he started to run out of fun ideas.
The punch to his stomach caused a flinching reaction, however, it was once again expected from the now small magi. Kouha didn’t hesitate to pull Judal’s braid in response, even if he was in this form due to the spell, it made no difference to the prince, he was, after all, the same old Judal. The same old Oracle, that continued to fascinate Kouha, even now. Every reaction he harbored was entertaining to the heir.
“Me? Boring?” He repeated, frowning, “I’d like to think I’m one of the least boring in this palace! You on the other hand— especially right now—” Huff, huff, “I can’t say the same thing for!”
Judal was about to give out to Kouha but then he felt something strange in his body, maybe the spell was about to wear off? It must be it, but then soon enough Judal was surrounded by a smoke cloud and he grew into his original form. Even the clothes somehow changed magically, it was unknown what has caused this but at lest he was back to normal.
Judal looked at Kouha who was still holding onto his braid and smirked. “You do know I hate when people touch my hair.. Kouha..” He slapped Kouha’s hand away from his braid and then grabbing onto to back of the prince’s hair and pulling it a little. “But you still look boring to me little prince~”
Hakuryuu slowly let go of the spear, allowing Judal to hold it. He moved his hands down reluctantly, “F-Fine..but be careful.” Hakuryuu flinched as Judal gripped his cheeks, pulling at the skin. “T-That hurts, Judal-Dono!” He reached up and pried the boys hands away from his face before rubbing his cheeks. The prince frowned and stepped back, disliking the magis way of invading his personal space. He glanced over at his spear, hoping Zagan would not scold him for passing it Judal. Hakuryuu smiled softly and pointed, “Should we continue, Judal-Dono?” It was a little amusing how Judals attitude could change right when he got his way. Hakuryuu turned away, not wanting the magi to see him smile. In a way, it’s like he was with a kid, spoiled and needy.
Once Hakuryuu let go of the spear Judal started to walk and smiled. It felt good when things were done his way he looked at the staff and shook it a little bit. “Yes yes. Come on then.” But the staff was actually pretty light, it wasn’t as heavy as he thought it would be. So he ended up balancing the staff on his index finger while they were walking along and placed his free hand behind his back. Once Judal lost balance of the staff, he decided to give it back to Hakuryuu. “See it’s not even broken, you should try trusting me a bit more often Hakuryuu.” Grinning, he turned away and continued to walk. But to Judal.. this walk.. was boring. He wanted to do something fun, but he couldn’t decide on what it was that was supposed to be fun.