Starfox: Wolf On Trial, Chapter IWhen Ulric O’Donnell stood trial in that same courtroom twenty years ago, he ranted about the writing he saw on the walls, and the ghosts standing behind the jury.He was always a fantastic actor. It helped that the judge back then was in his friend the Don’s pocket.Wolf wasn’t so lucky. While it was true he had a longtime, casually intimate friendship with the current Don (the Donna, actually—the previous one’s daughter), and she did have a few judges under her influence, this wasn’t one of them. Not that having a crooked judge would help—if he got off scot-free, it would definitely look suspicious.He wondered if the rest of his team got back to base safely. He wondered who it was who pulled his unconscious body from his crashed Wolfen after McCloud shot him down. Not that it mattered who at this point; two bailiffs on either side of Wolf escorted him into the courthouse, brushing away reporters dying to get a glimpse of the criminal.
Sailor Gemini X Sailor Cygnus, Chapter 3Odette struggled to remain focused during rehearsals the next day, facing the empty theater. She was still shaken up from the events of the night before. Another Solarian attack, only to be rescued by a mysterious knight…who had nothing but harsh words for her. Perhaps she was right…Odette was merely a frightened duck.“Arms straight, Odette,” said a senior dancer, prompting Odette to snap to reality, adjusting her poise.“Odette? You have a visitor.” The director called to her. “Take five, everyone.”“A visitor...” Don’t tell me…Sure enough, she saw Shion standing in front of a mirror propped against the wall backstage, leaning in closely, as if examining it. As she began taking out her DS, she looked up.“Wow! Odette, you look awesome!” Shion cheered, before approaching.“Shion, why are you here?” Odette asked, a hint of sharpness to her voice.
Sailor Gemini X Sailor Cygnus, Chapter 2“And you just add a short little line by there and…there you have it.” Shion pushed the scrap piece of paper over to Odette, having written her name out in katakana for her.“And you pronounce it the same way?”“Pretty much, except ‘Odette’ becomes ‘Odetto,’ to the native speaker.”The pair had gone to lunch at one of Odette’s favorite places, a fondue-based restaurant. Shion was surprised by the girl’s generosity—first she allowed her a ride in her car, then she took her to lunch, and now she was on her phone looking for a hotel last-minute.“Am I in a movie?” Shion asked aloud.“What?” Odette looked up, having been focused on her task.“Nothing.”“Oh, I found something! There’s a very nice hotel not too far from here; they have a vacancy left in one of the basic rooms, if you don’t mind that….” She wasn’t