Sailor Moon Masterlist
About the girl
Silver Millenium Threads
They had spent the previous afternoon shopping. Beryl had allowed the girls to go a little crazy with the Christmas decorations, they seemed to be really excited about it and Beryl confessed that she was very excited about it too. It was her first time celebrating Christmas, and now that she had the girls to celebrate with, she was really anticipating it. They had picked a huge Christmas tree, many lights, a big wreath for the front door , garlands, candles and stockings for each one of them. Also, for the tree, Beryl thought it would be fun to buy pink, yellow, blue, green and red ornaments. Each color representing each one of the girls, and of course, purple ones for her.
Beryl had promised them that they would put up the Christmas tree right after breakfast. Surprisingly, JunJun woke up really early that day and ate breakfast with them, but she didn’t say anything about the Christmas tree and the lights. The green haired girls would act as if she didn’t care about it, but Beryl knew she was excited about it too.
Once they had finished their cakes, cookies and tea, Beryl asked them to help her carry all the boxes to the living room, where they would decide where the Christmas tree would go and would start working on it. ” I think it would look good next to the big window.” She said once they were all together in the living room, as she pointed at the big window. ”What do you girls think?”
# ooc; can you blame her for wanting all of them just for her?
Beryl took some time before calling the strange man back, confused and wondering why Setsuna had told him to call her. She thought of calling her friend, but Beryl was very curious and so she called him back eventually.
”Hello Daniel, it’s Beryl. I’m afraid I’ll be needing more information and details about you and as why you need my help before I consider anything. To be honest, I only called back because you mentioned my dear friend Setsuna.”
He would have been surprised that she knew who he was if he couldn’t hear how annoyed she was. Daniel immediately began regretting ever having made this phone call. What she said was true, though. She had absolutely no reason to train him, so what was the point of him making this phone call again? What did he expect to gain from this? Oh, yeah. A possibility to protect Venus, but she didn’t need protecting, did she? It wasn’t like in the past where she was still young and naive. Her eyes have been opened, and she knew her duty, and she wasn’t a child anymore, not when she fought anyway.
"I- I don’t have a good reason as to why you should train me. I called you because I just wanted to help… Just forget it. I called because Setsuna told me to," he finally replied hating how childish he sounded himself, but Beryl was right. Why should it be her problem and train him? How did she even benefit from it? Not to mention, the only reason that this training was suggest was because Setsuna cared enough to want to make sure that he was safe, but the more he thought about it, the more he could see how pointless and stupid this was. There’s no way he could ever be on the same level as the rest of the senshi, so him training or even fighting would just cause more trouble for them. His mere existence probably was a strain.
"Sorry to have bothered you," he added quietly before hanging up. What an idiot. Nothing more than a naive idiot so quick to assume that everyone would want to help him simply because he had good references. An idiot who thought he actually stood a chance in helping the others with this new enemy. An idiot who thought he could handle being around Venus again. An idiot for staying in this country even after having realized Venus was here. An idiot for thinking he could stand a chance with her. An idiot. That’s all he’s ever been.
Before she could say anything, Daniel had hung up the phone. Beryl stared perplexed at the phone she was holding. After a long deep breath and closing her eyes for a couple of seconds, she called him back. ”Lesson number one, don’t you EVER hang up the phone on me again. Is that clear?” She said with a firm, furious yet clam voice.
” I’ll meet you next Wednesday , ten A.M , at the coffee shop at the Juuban station. You’ll know which one it is, since it’s very big and there’s always crowded due to it’s popularity. No, I’m not asking if you are free that day at that time. And no, we are not getting coffee. I’ll meet you and then I’ll take you somewhere outside of the city where you’ll show me if training you is worth my time. I’ve never seen your face, but I’ll recognize you and I’m guessing you will recognize me as well.
Don’t make me regret this.” She said before hanging up the phone.