|Levi Ackerman (reluctantxhero) wrote in wariscoming,|
@ 2015-02-28 14:44:00
|Entry tags:||johanna mason, levi ackerman|
Who: Levi and OPEN TO ANYONE PLEASE
Where: Arrival location, graveyard
When: February 28, when Levi just arrives
What: Levi is here, and slightly confused and maybe a hint paranoid
Status: Incomplete for someone to tag in if they'd like!
Warnings: Probably mentions of death, war and uncertainty
One moment, he had just survived a firefight. Bullets flying (literally) through the air to strike him down. The mountain girl (what was her name again? Sasha, that was it) had been tending to his bruises and wounds. They weren't much, but considering he'd been moving at a fast speed away from bullets, it was miraculous that he hadn't been hit worse than he was. Dressed still in his military gear, Levi found himself standing now in the middle of what appeared to be (shockingly) an abandoned graveyard. Or at least, a very old one. He would have looked out of place, out of sorts, to anyone walking by.
The Captain of the Special Ops squad stood looking dumbly around, wondering just what in the hell had happened. He wore his white pants and knee high black boots. The half-cropped tan jacket covered a loose-fitting shirt and the 3D Manuever Gear that they all wore practically on a daily basis. His green cape, with the Wings of Freedom emblem blazen on its back, was attached to his back and flew lightly behind him with the gentle breeze in the area. At his side were the old-fashioned gas tanks that were designed specifically to hold the blades. These blades, cut diagonally in some areas, were meant to slice cleanly through thick flesh. They were meant to bring down fifty meter tall Titans.
At least he still had his weapons. The guns, which Erwin had somehow managed to find, were tucked still neatly into his uniform, but they weren't something normally carried by their regiment, or by any regiment, really. Guns didn't work against his usual enemies. Walking out of the graveyard slowly, aiming closer for the street that he could see even from here, Levi started on his journey forward, trying to make sense of what in the hell had just happened. Where was he, even? There were no walls. From what he could see, no Titans or signs of them. But that didn't always mean that they were safe from Titans, either. They could appear at any moment, and he had to be ready for them.