Bits and Pieces of Weiss Kruez

BY : fareys_delight
Category: Wei▀ Kreuz > Yaoi - Male/Male
Dragon prints: 4003
Disclaimer: I do not own Weiss Kreuz, nor any of the characters from it. I do not make any money from the writing of this story.


Title: Rubble



Fandom: Weiss Kruez



Pairing/Characters: Aya, Brad



Claimed by: Laurose



Prompt: Trapped



Drabble #: 26



Date: April 20, 2012



Word count: 236



Next pairing: Mirkou/Sesshomaru



AN: I moved the Aya/Brad since a bunny for a Yu Yu Hakusho bit and demanded to be written. So I did. The Bill/Charlie that I was going to write was moved to another day.



 



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“I did not see this happening,” Crawford drawled, getting a snort from his trapped companion.



 



“I’m surprised that you didn’t see it coming,” Aya stated as he snapped a light stick, shaking it hard to get the light started. Crawford just glared at the bored looking assassin as he sat down on a piece of wall.



 



“My abilities, as amazing as it would seem to you, does miss things on occasion, Aya-san,” he stated as he took a seat on a bit of rubble. “And it missed the bomb our employer had laid apparently.”



 



“Don’t you do any research about the people you work for?” Aya asked, cocking an eyebrow at the Seer. “He likes bombs and he’s killed some of his past bodyguards because they didn’t get out of the way fast enough for his tastes,” he told Crawford, leaning against the on wall that was still intact.



 



“So, bomb happy nut job,” Crawford muttered, watching as Aya pulled out a cigarette and a lighter, lighting the cigarette with a bored look. “And when did you start smoking?”



 



“When I was 16. It’s rare I do smoke now, but this seems like a good occasion,” Aya replied, Brad finally hearing the snarking, bickering going on outside of their rubble prison. Taking one of the cigarettes from the offered pack and he sat back and enjoyed the quiet that would soon be broken by their teams.



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