Missing - Fire and Ice
Ari sighed as she sat down on the train, she still had things to take back to Central and so Mustang had decided to accompany her on their last trip from East City to Central, making the transfer final. You didnt have to stay behind on my account, sir. I just had last minute paperwork to deliver to another office and a few things to pack up from my apartment. She sighed, looking slightly tired. The day had ended late for her and everyone else had left before them. Only Mustang had stayed behind to accompany Ari to Central.
Well, when we get there Ill drive you home. Its safer than leaving you to walk home. Roy reasoned. Noticing his secretary attempt to hide a yawn, he sighed giving her a soft smile. Didnt I tell you to use me as a pillow earlier? I really wouldnt mind.
Looking up at the man sitting across from her, Ari glared. No way, if I fall asleep youll do something funny to me. She stat
Tears - Fire and Ice
A few months had passed since Captain Ari Leroux, Colonel Roy Mustangs secretary, had discussed her past with the state alchemist that was also under the Flame Colonels command, alongside that state alchemists little brother. Edward Elric, the Fullmetal Alchemist, and also the older of the two boys, had gone through Ari several times so he wouldnt have to report in as much to the Colonel, and things had become peaceful around Eastern HQ. That was until the call came in about Lieutenant Colonel Maes Hughes.
Hes .dead?! But what happened? Hughes was always careful about his health and his only annoying habit was bragging about his wife and daughter! Ari snapped at her commanding officer when he told her the news over the phone. Hughes was an honorable man.
Lieutenant Colonel Maes Hughes was promoted two ranks in death. His rank is now Brigadier General Maes Hughes, Captain. As you were originally his secretary, I under
Revelations - Fire and Ice
The next morning Ari found it hard to say much of anything except a simple greeting and simple answers to her commanding officer. Avoiding him, she found, was easier than trying to get past her fear of him revealing her secrets; especially now that he knew both secrets.
Once Ari was free to go to lunch, she found that Ed and Al hadnt left yet. Hello you two, She said with a distant smile. I thought you two would have left by now. Ed, youve already met with the Colonel to hand in your report and discuss it.
Yeah, well he said we needed to stick around for a few days. Ed answered with irritation in his voice. That and he suggested I talk to you about the state alchemy exam.
Im not going to take it. Ari interrupted. I know my knowledge qualifies me to take it, and that my skills are on par with the Colonels. Id probably pass, but I dont want to use alchemy to hurt others if war breaks out