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A Reminder

Title: A Reminder
Fandom: Yami No Matsuei
Characters: Touda, Suzaku, Tenkuu
Prompt: 089. Work.
Word Count: 294.
Rating: G
Summary: Suzaku doesn’t trust Touda, but she’s not the only one.
Author's Notes: Suzaku as the POV character. You probably won’t see that from me very often. I don’t like her any better than Touda does.

A Reminder

They’d assigned Touda to the computer work, because nobody else wanted to do it and it was much too important to be left undone, but somehow he appeared to have developed a taste for it. He’d become quite good at it, too and that worried Suzaku.

After all their entire world was placed inside a computer system and Touda had proven capable of mass murder before. He probably knew all the network’s weak spots by now.

Thus she’d taken to checking up on him in the computer room every once in a while. Unfortunately all she ever saw was Touda with his visor plugged into the console and fingers flying over the keyboard.

How was she supposed to tell exactly what he was doing? She doubted that even Rikugou would be able to tell, if Touda had sabotaged the computer, before disaster struck. Maybe not even then.

They needed somebody who knew the system better than the serpent, but she had no idea where to find such a shiki, so she just kept on checking up on Touda and hoping that he thought she knew what she was looking for.

Touda glanced up and their eyes met through the visor.

Suzaku’s feathers bristled.

Touda hissed.

“No fighting in there!” Tenkuu’s voice boomed from out of nowhere. “You’ll damage the computer.”

“B... but that slimy snake!”

“Do you have any business in there, Suzaku?”

“Somebody has to watch the traitor,” she declared.

“I see him wherever he goes inside me,” Tenkuu stated.

Touda winced.

“I do not need you to provoke him into burning my walls, though,” Tenkuu continued. “Get out of there, Suzaku. Do something productive.”

She stalked off grumbling, though also slightly relieved. At least somebody was aware of the danger Touda posed.

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