A Little Too Close (Ordinary Heroes x Frozen)Diana was used to people teasing her and Averia. The fact that they were so close had led to many of the members of their extended family poking fun at them, comparing them to her mother and her Aunt Serah, and her mom and her Aunt Vanille. She actually thought it was kind of funny. Averia could be a little (like a way, way, way) overprotective, and it even gave her a chance to mess with people.A Little Too Close (Ordinary Heroes x Frozen) by RazielTwelve
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Like the last time her mom had teased her - she’d waited until her mom was walking past the bathroom and then asked, quite loudly, if Averia would mind passing the soap. Of course, Averia wasn’t in the shower with her (Diana wasn’t even taking a shower, just running the water), but that didn’t stop her mom from making a strangled sort of squawking sound and throwing the door open. It had been so, so worth it, even if she’d had to hide behind her mother for protection.
So when she stumbled into the room that Anna and Elsa shared and found the pair of them on t
What Fang Tells Us About Yun Courtship CustomsThe study of traditional Yun custom is complicated by the lack of Yun available for study. In fact, only a single Yun is currently known - Oerba Yun Fang, one of the famous l’Cie who defeated Barthandelus.What Fang Tells Us About Yun Courtship Customs by RazielTwelve
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Based on her behaviour toward another one of the l’Cie, Lightning Farron, we can draw several conclusions regarding Yun customs for courting:
In order to show affection, a Yun warrior must first taunt, tease, and otherwise antagonise the one they wish to court. The greater the level of antagonisation, the greater the Yun’s desire to court the other person. The Yun appear to have a highly developed system of facial expressions, each of which is displayed at the appropriate time in a manner not unlike flag signalling. Most prominent in this system is the smirk, which is generally used to convey some level of romantic/sexual desire toward the recipient, particularly when accompanied by a grin. Unfortunately, members of Cocoon society are not familiar with this sys