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The Main Characters

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Name: Aimi
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Poet's Note: Yes, this RP is souly for Slia and I to RP in. Feel free to read though! We have a small plot that shouldn't take to long to finish. By the end of summer vacation, this we shall accomplish!
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_Hidden away from human eyes is the Kingdom of the Cats where felines populate its land in a way sinful to nature. They were never meant to treat one another in such a way that could be called inhumane, which, ironically, was similar to the way human treated one another. Anger and tyranny without reason had not always been the Cat way. There was a time when this Kingdom was young and inspired by the ideas of cats that loved one another as one united family.
_Sadly, this soon changed. Each King became absorbed with power, each more corrupt than the last. Recently the Cat Kingdom has been divided into two; however, they still shared the same evil king Hekeriki. His guards border the fence that separates the land, sparing no mercy for any who try to climb it. As far as anyone knew, there had been only two foolish felines brave enough to go near the fence. These foolish feline were Aimi, of the East, and Katsuo, of the West.
_Aimi was not only unique in her bravery, or stupidity, but also in the shading of her fur. While her eyes were a beautiful, normal bright green, her fur was a strange vision of red. Even though others warned her of the evil her peculiar color would bring, she wore it with pride. She refused to dye it like her Aunt-Guardian had suggested, and she refused to wear the robes her Uncle-Guardian had insisted on. And today was no different; she placed only a sun hat on her head to protect her from the sun. She rushed out of her room and into the kitchen, grabbing a small picnic basket on her way.
_"Please tell me you're not going to the Fence, Aimi," Aunt-Guardian, a short, pudgy feline with large spectacles on her nose. She shook her head as she dried off the last of the dishes. "You're going to get caught one day."
_"I promise I won't," Aimi smiled as she placed the basket on the table. She open a few cabinets and grabbed a few items, placing them in the basket and running back and forth about the kitchen. She grabbed a wedge of cheese, a glass bottle of milk, and a few cakes. The last thing she grabbed was a fish she had been cooking in the oven. She heaved it onto the table, making it shake and her Aunt-Guardian screech.
_"Be careful!"
_"Sorry, Aunty," Aimi smiled sheepishly then continued to cover the fish. After placing it carefully into the basket, she grabbed the handle and ran out the door with her Aunt-Guardian close behind.
_Waving a dish rag in the air, she shouted after Aimi, "You make sure to come back before dark!"
_"I will, Aunt!" Aimi shouted back at her. Her Aunt-Guardian shook her head in disbelief, and her husband walked up from behind, asking, "She off to the Fence again, hon?"
_"Yes," she sighed heavily. "Let good faith be on her side, that insane child." Aimi could hear every single worried word of her Guardians, shame beginning to fill her heart for stressing the two. She slowed her pace as she reached the end of her village, the North-East. Other cats began to stare after her and whispered to one another. They knew where she was going, everyone but guards and the king knew where she was going. She was grateful they never reported her to Superiority, but she wished they would stop whispering. Her ears twitched in pain, and she dropped to all fours with the picnic basket's handle in her mouth.
_With all eyes watching her, she ran faster, as all felines did on all fours, towards the Fence. When she reached the small hill between the Fence and her village, she stood back on her hind legs and looked back. The cats each took one last look at her then went back to their business. Turning away and holding her head high, Aimi made her way to the Fence. The grass beneath her paws began to loose life as she neared her destination, for it was not of one that was taken well care of. Soon dirt filled her hind claws, but she ignored it.
_As she reached the end of the hill, all plant life gone, she spotted the two guards leaving their station for the day. Smiling, she ran on the tips of her toes, keeping silent as the guards marched towards the castle at the center of the Cat Kingdom. She had about half an hour to spend with her friend Katsurou.
_"Question is," she mumbled to herself. "Where is he?" She place her front paws on the fence and squinted her eyes to see North-West Village in the distance.
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->¶ It was a dirty town full of Worker cats, who did things such as mining and weapon making, the jobs no one dignified wanted to do. It took the plant life away from the North-West with its contained pollution. The village Aimi came from, the North-East, was of those who could cook and clean. The South-East village was of those with talents such as painting, singing, dancing, and writing. To the South-West were soldiers trained since birth to protect the Kingdom. And, in the castle at the very center of the Cat Kingdom, were those who were strong in knowledge or the best of their home village whether it was cooking, entertaining, fighting, or weapon making.
Katsurou was a worker of the mines, no match for the presence of Aimi, who was a highly respected seamstress. He stopped his hacking at the cave walls to listen for the whistle to blow, signaling that he could take his break. Wiping the sweat from his dirty grey fur, Katsurou mumbled, "Come on."
A orange cat with spots of dirt laughed at him and asked, "Antsy to see your girlfriend?"
"Shut up," Katsurou growled.
The orange cat held his paws up in defense, "No need to get angry. It's just that everyday you risk your freedom just to see some dame."
"She's not just some dame," Katsurou rolled his eyes. He sighed and leaned against the cave's wall. "She's... something else."
"Whoa, there, buddy. I was just joking around. No need to get serious," the orange cat stated.
"But I-"
Katsurou was interrupted by the whistle blowing loudly from outside. He was the first one dashing for the exit, and the first to reach it. He whooped loudly, throwing off his helmet and jumping into the shower line. He turned the faucet on and ran his paws quickly through his fur, getting rid of all the dirt and grim that layered his grey coat. As a courtesy to the next guy, Katsurou left the shower on and ran off towards the edge of the village. Several of his co-workers shouted words of encouragement to him to him.
He hopped backwards on one foot, turning towards them and waved at them, shouting back, "Thanks! I'll be back soon!" He did this for a few moments before turning back toward the Fence. He rung out his tail as he ran then stopped for a second to shake the rest of his fur dry. When he finished, he looked up to see Aimi, delicate paws upon the Fence's wiring. He gave a big grin and ran to her, shouting, "Aimi!"
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_She returned the smile and gestured for him to hurry up. When he reached the Fence, she held up a single claw, "Ssh! Not so loud, you'll get us caught!" She covered her mouth and giggled a bit, hiding her fright.
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_Katsurou ran up against the Fence, causing the wiring to wave back and forth. He grinned, beaming, as he replied, "Sorry, Aimi. I'm just too excited to see you. You have no idea how long half a day in those mines can feel like. We meet everyday, and yet, it feels as if I'm seeing you for the first time in years each time." He looked towards the castle, seeing that the guards had already entered through the enormous front doors. He knew he had only so much time to spend with his best friend.
Looking back at Aimi, he asked, "So how's everything in the North-East? Is your uncle-guardian still sick? How about that Beatrice chick? She still giving you trouble at the hemming business?"
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_Aimi covered her mouth again, giggling a bit at Katsurou. He always asked so many things at once, knowing they only had so much time together. Smiling softly, she replied, "Uncle-Guardian's doing better, yes. He just had a cold is all. He lets us all know that he can handle it." She placed the picnic basket down and removed the small blanket on top. She stuffed half of it under the Fence and with Katsurou's help spread it out on both sides so they could sit.
_"As for Beatrice, she's still being a pain. She insists I stick to her instructions while making the princess' dress," she said, taking dish after dish of food out of the basket. She held the plate of fish in her hands and sighed, shaking her head. "I don't think the princess would like what she has in mind at all. But, I don't even understand why even bother. The princess is nowhere to be found, so she won't be at the castle when her father throws the party for her party this year. Frankly, I think he's finally lost it.
_"Catch," she stated as she crouched down a bit then extended her body, lifting the plate over her head. The fish went flying over the Fence towards Katsurou.
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_Licking his lips, Katsurou crouched down then sprung from his hind legs, catching the fish in his mouth. He landed back on his hind legs, sitting on his side of the blanket, and took the fish out his mouth. He gave Aimi a smile before taking his first bite. He didn't care what she said, her cooking was fantastic. At least, it was better than what he would usually be served during this lunch break.
Wiping his mouth with the back of his hand, he said, "They really shouldn't make you work to make something that'll go to waste. If the princess isn't going to show up for her own party, she doesn't need a dress. I think it's a bit silly, don't you? I mean, bless her poor soul, we all want our sweet princess back, but we have to face facts. She's been missing for over a year now, so she's mostly gone for good.
"Lucky thing, probably wanted to escape the insanity of her father," he shook his head. "Lucky, I say, because she was able to. Unlike us; we're stuck here."
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_Ami frowned, nodding in agreement as she took out two bottles of milk. She managed to fit one through the Fence then opened her own. Sitting down across Katsurou, she took a long sip from the milk. Wiping her lips, a bit embarrassed for the mess, she said, "As long as I have you here, it's not that bad." She then closed the milk, placing it at her side, and crawled up to the Fence, gripping its wiring with a soft tenderness in her eyes.
_"Promise me, if you ever escape, though, you'll take me with you," she said. "I know there must be something better than this, better than a divided kingdom ruled by a madman. It's so much to ask for, to even hope for escape, and to make me even more selfish, I want that freedom to be shared with you. Maybe then, we can understand happiness the princess was searching for, was curious for, that she risked her life in escape."
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_Katsuruo quickly crawled up to the Fence, fish in his lap, making the wiring shake when he touched it. He curled his massive paws gently over Aimi's small, delicate ones. Staring sincerely into her eyes, he said, "I promise, not only if I escape, but when I escape I shall take you with me. We shall not stay in this kingdom of the damned much longer, I promise you that, too. Soon we shall see the far off meadows and fields of forbidden sunflowers, feeling the soft green earth of imperfection under our feet. Our lives will no longer have unfair laws or people telling us what we can or can't do or what we must. Then, others shall follow our path, and this kingdom will fall to ruins, never to damn another pair of poor souls like ours.
"Oh, Aimi, I promise you all these thing, because I-!" Katsuruo paused, his right ear twitching to the side. His widened, and he saw that Aimi's did the same into his. Their heads turned, knowing what was coming but not able to believe it. Shaking his head slowly, Katsuruo stood up with the fish in his hands, "No... no, it's too early. They shouldn't come for another fifteen minutes at least." The two new guards were early in making their way to their posts. As soon as Aimi and Katsuruo noticed them, they noticed the pair on their picnic.
To his horror, Katsuruo saw the one on the East side of the Fence was much faster than the one in the West. The East Guard was closing in fast on his target, and Katsuruo shouted, "Aimi, run!"
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_Aimi whipped her head around to see the East Guard coming her way. She shook her head, confused and needing answers. She gripped the wiring of the Fence and asked in almost a whisper, "Because you what, Katsuruo? Why do you promise all these things?" She watched him shake his head, and her heart sank. She stood on her hind legs so that her eyes met with his.
_"Run, Aimi!" he demanded again. Biting her lower lip, Aimi felt her chest grow heavy, refusing to leave. She stared into the blue and yellow heterochromic eyes for a moment longer, then the shouts of the East Guard as he closed in finally broke her paws away from the Fence. As she slowly stepped away from the Fence, she couldn't believe how much could happen in just seconds. She stood at the bottom of the hill in the Northeast , unable to tear her eyes away from the lowly mine worker cat of the Northwest. So infatuated with her own little world, she did not remember the East Guard until he was upon her.
_She landed in the dirt without even a noise, the East Guard pinning her to the ground. Coughing up little dirt, she looked up at the guard, and her eyes grew in fear of what would happen now. Long before the guards were even close to Aimi and Katsuruo, their friendship was doomed as soon as they were seen. Aimi saw no reason to fight back; there was little she could do for herself or for her friend. She allowed the guard to pull her onto her feet and to tie her hands behind her back with rope.
_Morning the death of a good friendship, she went silently as the guard pushed her up the hill. Though her body did not resist, her eyes did, in the sense that they could not be pulled away from the West. There was one too many beautiful things in the desolate land of Workers.
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_Katsuruo watched in horror as the East Guard took his friend away. So devastated was he that he too did not react to his own threat until it was too late. The West Guard tackled him to the ground, crushing all the air out of his lungs. He squirmed out of the guard's grip and kicked his opponent in the chest. As he scrambled to his feet, he grabbed the fish that had slipped out of his hands when attacked. When the guard stood up to capture Katsurou again, the dirty worker swung the fish violently, striking the guard's face and loosing the tasty morsel.
Ignoring the small lost, he then turned and raced for his home. He couldn't believe he and Aim had been caught. As far as he could remember, he had spent half an hour everyday talking to a very special feline. He couldn't imagine how he would get through the days without her sweet voice. Then he found himself selfish, thinking only of his petty feelings when Aimi would surely suffer for breaking the law of King Hekeriki. He couldn't bare thinking of what horrible punishment would befall her. He needed someone's help, anyone's help; he was desperate.
A surge of pain then ran up his spin, something thin but sturdy striking his lower back. He let out a howl of anguish and fell to the dirt, arching his back askew. He barely had any time to look at his attacked in the eye before he was pulled onto his feet by the scruff of his neck. He whimpered pathetically, utterly beaten and knowing he had been bested. He retained some dignity by standing on his own, and lost more when the guard began shoving him back to the NorthWest like a common prisoner.
"Ah..." he groaned. "Be careful, I'm frail." He gave a light chuckle and received a sharp hit on the back of his head. He turned to look to the East, finding no sign of Aimi, no sign of light in his grey skies.
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_On that day, the Cat Kingdom grew a little more solemn. The hope Aimi and Katsuruo had brought to not only their own villages but to the South also was gone. Never said aloud, the felines believed that if two cats hailing from different sides of the kingdom could maintain a friendship, then there may have been a chance for unification. Now that the friendship was gone, so was that glimmer of hope. Weather once fair over part of the kingdom soon completely disappeared. The Fence was replaced with bricks staggering ten feet in the dark.
_Time stretched forward, and everyone desperately drowned themselves in the lie that no such light as the sun had ever existed. The lie engraved itself into every single heart save for Aimi's, whose heart was too broken to hold anymore pain. She spent her free time in bed, quietly mourning the loss of Katsuruo. A pathetic reflection of the Northeast in the Northwest took place as Katsuruo no longer worked in the mines of the kingdom with a hum in his throat. He dragged his feet in the dirt, letting his fur turn dark as to where nothing on his body could be identify except for his sad blue and yellow eyes. Water had last touched him when he had last known joy. Two more lifeless, working ghosts had been added to the Cat Kingdom.
_Aimi's Aunt-Guardian walked into her room, holding a steel tray with a tea pot and cup. She placed it on the nightstand and sat on the bed next to her depressed child. She stroked the red fur softly, sighing, "Come now, it's been three months. You can't still miss him, can you? He was only a boy."
_"He wasn't just a boy," Aimi replied in a monotone. She kept still with her back to her guardian. "He was a my best friend, and now I'll never see him again. All because of some stupid law."
_"Maybe if you had obeyed that law," her aunt-Guardian stated matter-of-factly. She tipped the pot a bit and poured hot tea into the small cup. Turning Aimi around with one hand, she held the cup with the other towards the child. "You wouldn't be suffering at the moment."
_"Oh, you don't understand!" Aimi screeched, sitting up. She held her claws just inches from her face, as if she wanted to inflict pain on herself. "Of course you wouldn't! You met Uncle-Guardian from your father. There wasn't anything stopping the two of you, you've had an easy love. You don't know what it's like to loose him." Tears brimmed in her eyes as she stared at the hardwood floor. She shook her head, wiping her cheeks, "It's not like loosing the good bucket. It's like your loosing a part of yourself."
_Her Aunt-Guardian held the tea cup firmly in her hands then sighed, placing it back on the tray. She gave another heavy sigh and brushed the top of Aimi's head. When the red feline pushed her paw away, the aunt-guardian clasped it gently on nothing. Rocking the bed a bit, she got up and headed for the door, leaving the tea behind, just in case. She stopped at the doorway, her eyes lighting up in an epiphany, and turned around to face Aimi.
_"When that guard brought you to our door," she began with a horsed voice. "I was so worried; I knew you had been caught. At first, I didn't want to open the door, because I was afraid he was coming to tell us that he was going to take you away. I didn't want to loose you, Aimi." She left the door open and walked back to Aimi, holding her paws gently in her own. Her old, green eyes stared into a sad, young pair. "I do understand, Aimi. I really do."
_The tears overflowed in Aimi's eyes, and she could say nothing so merely nodded and hugged her Aunt-Guardian. After swallowing the lump in her throat, she sobbed, "I love him, Aunty."
_"I know you do, child. I know you do," Aunt-Guardian sniffled.
_"I need to tell him..." Aimi whispered, pulling away from her Aunt. "And I need to know why he made so many promises. I need to ask him." Her eyes grew narrow as she searched for the answers on the walls. Finding none, she turned back to her Aunt, who looked worried beyond fear.
_"I'll help you," she whispered to the child, placing her forehead against the other. "Uncle-Guardian will help, too. We'll get the whole town to help, if we can."
_"I can't ask that of you."
_"Nonsense. There are too many guards for you to be going alone. You'll need help and lots of it to get even close to the Fence. Besides," she gave a reassuring smile. "This is much bigger than just you and Katsuruo, Aimi. There are so many who wish for a kingdom that is whole again." Aimi's face brightened, and she held her Aunt again.
_"Thank you, Aunty..."
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_The air was thick with dust and smoke from the Worker cats. Many of them were sent home to rest, unable to breath in the noxious residue floating around. Soon only one cat stood alone in the caves, hacking away at its walls with no reason to care for his own health. He had no one to return to at home, and he felt as if he hadn't a friend in the world. His heart ached, and his lungs burned with the debris flying into his mouth. The only thing that kept him going was the continuous work he performed for his kingdom.
An orange cat made his way through the cave, checking for anyone left behind. When he came upon the broken man he knew once as Katsuruo, he held his breath. He ran to the young cat's side and held his wrist, preventing him from working any further. Katsuruo looked into the orange cat's eyes, a sort of emptiness in them, and stammered, "Wh-what...?"
"Kid, you've got to stop," the cat replied, taking the pickaxe out of Katsuruo's hand. "You're going to die in here if you keep working in these conditions. We already may loose five other cats. Lets not make it six and keep the death toll at zero, eh?"
"But I have to keep working," Katsuruo replied bleakly. The orange cat shook his head and took one of Katsuruo's arms around his shoulder.
Dragging the kid out of the cave, he said, "Look, what happened was unfortunate, but you've got to move on. There are plenty of other girls right here in the West."
"No," Katsuruo coughed, pulling away. They had reached the entrance of the cave, and all eyes fell on them. "She was the one, Marty! She was the one, and I was never able to tell her that. Being able to see her was what kept me going. Her smile was always so genuine and welcoming. No one ever cared about me like she did, all she ever did was care about me. She was open and honest, telling me that she had been thinking of me all day. And what did I do? Nothing. I never told her that I had been thinking of her, too. I never told her how important she was to me."
Several Workers nodded in agreement, one of which stated that he needed to go home to his wife. There were so few who thought they were important enough to be cared for, and so many who never thanked those who did care for them. Katsuruo couldn't believe that he had made such a mistake. A glint of determination flashed in his eyes. His fists curled, and he stated, "I need to tell her." Before he could take two steps, a heavy paw caught his shoulder. "You can't stop me, Marty!"
"No, kid," Marty replied. "I'm coming with you. There'll be too many guards at the Fence." All the Workers broke into agreement, stating they would help also. Katsuruo's face brightened, and he bowed slightly in gratitude.
"Thank you. Thank you, everyone!"
"Wash up, Katsu!" someone shouted and laughter followed. Katsuruo's eyes dropped onto his fur, finding it blackened to no recognition. He was then shoved towards the showers and blasted with cold water. With his teeth clattering, he quickly jumped out and shook himself dry. With a few more shoves to the East, Katsuruo lead his small army of Workers towards the Fence that divided the Cat Kingdom.
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_Aimi made a confident stride through the NorthEast village, followed by a small army of her family and friends. There was an uproar of chattering as everyone complained of the tyranny in the Cat Kingdom. It was a sin to keep the Seamstress and the Worker apart when their friendship was so strong. They weren't going to let it go on any longer, something was going to be done. They climbed over the hill, struggling with the mud from the rain the grey skies brought.
_Then, as if divine fate were on their side, the sun peeked through the clouds overhead. Though it could not dry the mud and ease their travel, it did raise their spirits so that they had the strength to make the journey. As they reached the top of the hill, the guards at the Fence spotted them and raised their spears. The chattering of Aimi's small army immediately died, and only the soft breeze every now and then would whistle to signify that the world was still moving.
_A large cat with yellow fur matted with age stepped forth next to the red feline. It was her Uncle-Guardian, helping her lead the army forward into battle. He raised his arm into the air and shouted, "Charge!" A wave of cats then rolled past him and his daughter, screaming like wild animals as they rushed for the Fence. The guards held their stance, poking their spears forward, ready for the fight. A whole village of cats, however, was not something they were prepared for.
_The wave of felines overpowered them for a brief and shining moment. Falling from their posts, a few of the guards surrender as soon as they could breathe. Aimi watched from the top of the hill as her army of angered citizens fought the minions of the king. Even her Aunt and Uncle-Guardians were giving it their all, the short feline dodging swings and the broad-shouldered cat taking down a guard every few minutes. Their bravery must not go to waste, the injuries that were already rising must not go in vain.
_Raising her fangs, Aimi let out a war cry to the others, warning them that she was coming, "Katsuruo...!!!" Her legs worked forward without her command, and she ran into the battlefield. She took advantage of her sleek cat figure and slipped through other felines as she made her way to the Fence. "Katsuruo! Katsuruo!!"
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_A similar battle took place on the opposite side of the fence lead by Katsurou. He was dodging the swings of a guard when he heard his name being called out. Distracted for a moment, he turned his head and was struck from the side. He fell to the ground and rubbed his head in pain. Opening his eyes, he caught the guard raising its spear overhead. As the spear was brought down, Katsurou rolled out of its way and onto his feet.
He then gave a roundhouse kick to the guard's waist and knocked him down. Acting quickly, he grabbed the spear from the guard's hands and used the blunt end to knock his opponent out. He ducked and dodged his way through the crowd, hearing his name again shouted over the sounds of war. The voice was too unforgettable; he knew it anywhere.
"Aimi!" he shouted. He ran his way up and down the Fence, doing his best to avoid confrontation with any of the guards battling his friends. "Dear Aimi, where are you?! Give me a sign of where you are behind this wretched wall! I must...!"
A pair of guards grabbed Katsurou's arms and another held the blade of a sword to his throat. Out of instinct, he pulled his head back, holding his breath so that his neck wouldn't move. His eyebrows arched, and he glared up at the guard in front of him. He wasn't ready to give up this easily, but he saw no way out of this little mess. All he could do was to struggle and hope that the blade wouldn't find its way to cutting off his head.
Then he remembered, the spear he had taken from the other guard. It laid near his hind paw, just in reach. He worked his toes around the neck of the spear and jabbed it backwards. The spear's head dug into the guard holding his right paw's leg and drew blood. As soon as the guard released his grip, Katsurou clenched his freed paw and rammed it into the other guard's cheek. He ducked from the sword swinging through the air then kicked the kneecap of the remaining guard.
Grabbing the spear from the dirt, he soon found himself in another fight with another guard. This time, however, he had a friend at his side. Marty grinned down at Katsurou, sporting a new black eye, closed in pain.
"Lets take this chump down real quick," he said, and Katsurou nodded with enthusiastic agreement.
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