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Kuragari took in the sight of the hospital and the surrounding area to make an attempt at coming up with a good escape plan for the two of them incase it was needed, though he hoped it didn't get to that point, and even though he wanted to cure his boredom; The young shinobi wasn't prepared to take on a full village at one time. From a distance he watched as one of the women went inside while the other stayed outside, and judging from their expressions some kind of argument or disagreement must have just went down. Which meant they were going to have to deal with attitudes, and the young Nubatama wasn't too excited about that. As Kashi made the gesture to follow him, he spoke quietly to Ōjo during the walk from their current position to the hospital. "Hey, I want you to go back to a bit past where we just were and start getting ready to get out of here incase things get bad. So when or if you sense my chakra start to spike, summon me to you so we can leave. Stay small until you're far enough away. Go.." With that said, the small Slytherin slithered down Kuragari's back and onto the ground, beginning her journey backwards towards the direction they came from.

Once reaching the woman inside, and hearing Kashi's new accent; he knew this was to fit in. But he had to just play along with it even though it was slightly out of what he liked. But he'd screw it up if he tried to play along without a thing about these people so he kept a serious demeanor with a slight calmness. He'd take a quick glance in the direction of the bed before returning his gaze back to the woman. Shortly, the shadow beneath the bed began moving like slime upwards to weave around the structure the actual mattress itself was sitting on. Eventually he'd chime in himself on the matter just so he didn't seem suspicious. "The truth is, we're tying to find our family, we've been searching for a long time but we heard a pinked-haired girl had been in the hospital here so we came to see if she was who we think she is." The face on Kuragari looked as if it was full of sadness, almost on the verge of crying. "Now that we've seen for ourselves, she's part of our clan and I can tell she's strong.. She just needs better treatment than what she's receiving here. Let me take a look at her, I'll be able to help her." He gave this woman a sincere look with a slight worried expression added as he was pretending as if she really would die if something happened, and to go out of his way to show his sincerity to he; Kuragari knelt down on one knee in order to get the approval to get closer.

Meanwhile back outside, Ōjo was far enough away to start growing to big enough size for Kuragari and the others to fit in the mouths of her 3 heads, but was still small enough to remain undetected as she hid amongst the trees, while being covered in sand and debri from the area in order to perfectly blend in with her surroundings.
"Alright little Kura, im ready wheneve you are, just give the signal when it's time."
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Hōseki kept her head down even after these strange children had approached her and all she did was listen silently. It quite honestly didn’t seem like she was going to even give them the time of day until Kashi had started to speak again and mentioned their cousin. At first she thought they were just random children starting conversation with her- kids didn’t really have filters or any sense of privacy, but then he asked her how she was doing. She dropped her hands into her lap as she lifted her head and she saw Kuragari first before she saw Kashi, who she never directly looked at after that. She’d only seen him from her peripheral vision and it was more of an acknowledgment of his hair than anything else.

She listened a bit longer and truly she’d have believed this story being spun to her, if Kuragari hadn’t told her something that contradicted it. She was older than them and a mother, that meant she could pick up on things and see when something didn’t add up. Kiseki always outsmarted her but these two couldn’t. She sat back in the chair and appeared a broken woman, looking down at the floor in silence for a moment. This was a bitter feeling for her. She almost felt… relieved. While she intended to approach this with caution it was almost like this appearance from the Isogi kids had been designed by the god that they had prayed to. Kiseki had been asking for a long time to be taken to Land of Coins so she could learn to manage her health better, but they had always told her no out of fear. That something would happen or that she would never come back. And as much as it scared her to think that their daughter would leave and die anyway, when they could have spent the rest of her remaining days as a family, she owed it to Kiseki to explore options they had. There weren’t very many of them. Not only was Kirigakure without power for who knew how long, doctors had never been helpful with treating any of the hundreds of ailments that Kiseki had had when she was growing up. This time would be no different. The only thing that had ever helped her- was the medicine her father sent. The medicine made by Isogi for their sickly nature. Her best chance was with them.

“Before anything else…” Hōseki said quietly, keeping her voice down as she looked toward her wife outside the glass front door. “Tell me why you’re actually here. Your stories don’t match. But if you’re really Isogi… regardless… you can help her. But I’m not the one you’ll need to convince. Kiseki is a hyper intelligent child and she will not go if it isn’t what she wants to do. But she’s dying, and I think the only people that can help with be her people. Her real people.” She seemed to pause for a very long few seconds before she looked away from her wife, and the woman was actually crying. She’d decided. “She’s in the ICU, Room 367…. D-… Don’t let her say no. She needs to go.”

Did this lady just give them permission to abduct her daughter?


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Room 367

Kiseki sat on her bed, rubbing her fluffy black socks together. It was a pacifying behavior. The child neither felt afraid or anxious despite recent events unfolding. She’d already come to terms with her reality- that didn’t mean, however, that she handled being sick well. This was the worst she’d ever felt and she was feeling the full effects of that both physically and mentally. It was kind of humorous to talk to her about how she felt, as her doctors often checked in on. When she mentioned that she wasn’t afraid or sad to die, but just feeling sick was depressing as hell- it resonated with them a bit. They never felt much about their patients passing. It happened everyday. But watching them as sick as they were- it was gloomy sometimes. It had a weird effect on the psyche.

As she sat there she wondered how much time she had, and then her thoughts drifted to wondering where her mothers were. They should have been back already. It wasn’t like them to make her wait, but she figured maybe her mom got some morning sickness or maybe her mother decided to have a smoke. She’d smelled it when they came back that morning. She didn’t bother asking- they’d have lied.

Her thoughts started to wander a bit. Her parents were going to have a baby soon, while their oldest child was dying. Who knew how fast or slow that process was going to be- and right now her mother didn’t need that stress. It was bad for her and the baby. Maybe it would be better if she just… checked out early.

Her eyes slowly trailed over to the door to her room. So many options, not enough time, but what exactly could she do in this situation. It was all a lose lose, but which loss would be easier to bear…​
 

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The Shinobi had been annoyed by the sudden contradiction Kuragari had created in his words causing it to unveil even the deception Kashi had attempted to set up - though what had been an unexpected ending the woman had spoken the words it was out of great desperation. Though it appeared that their disguises hadn't been unrevealed. It was just the dialogues that had thrown her off guard - a sigh can be heard from the child, still maintaining the thick accent. "Okay, here's the deal." He scratched his hand against the back of the head. "It's true that we were sent here." He looked in the hall, causing him to stare in the direction where Kiseki was. "I suspected it was to ensure that she was getting proper treatments." the eyes returned back at the woman though it is noted that he hasn't said much about their master; it was just an Isogi retrieving their fellow isogi member to get the proper treatments. Though the abilities of his eye had allowed him to pick up on the fact that this woman was expecting a child - as he could see not one but two sources of heat and chakra. "I can promise you that she'll be okay." a sudden declaration that was so unlike of him that might confirm her concerns whether she had done the right thing - though this might be that he was just driven to complete the mission.

And then he had moved on from the conversation - his eyes continued to wander until it stopped at the Room 367 plate. Unique eyes of his had enabled him to track chakra signatures as well as heat within each room as he walked by. Each one of them appeared to be on the brink of their lives or in recovery the Phoenix acted up even slightly but he had managed to conceal his expression and then he had stopped at the door. The Sharingan glared, illuminated and drowned in a sinister light as he pushed the door even slightly, not to create a loud sound but to ease their presence into the room. Had the child assumed it was their mothers she wouldn't be on her guard, which allowed him to attempt a particular thing. The glare grew even stronger and stronger the moment he had entered it pierced the pink orbs of the child with a sharp jolt, had she even looked at it. He could tell she was dying, even the heat within her appeared to be rather dim. "It'd be useless if she died on our way to Land of Coin." He thought this appears to upset him even slightly as he approached the girl. In tandem, he had tapped into his mental plane to seek knowledge of a technique in which enabled him to bestow a particular thing in order to buy the duo some time. "Oi, girl." He spoke out. "Aren't you even greedy for more time with that family of yours, at all?" He paused. "Even with your sibling on the way?" he had taunted her, testing her will to live.
"Do you even want to live?" he whispered it appears that he had leaned close allowing his words to be heard close. "You might have given on living already... but your family hasn't." He appeared to present himself as a messenger of death allowing his body to be engulfed in fire and had manifested a beautiful wing of flame attached to his back. "So.. You're not going to die, not on my watch." his words and even accent had appeared to be distorted in the end.
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Kyaro

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Kuragari had attempted to keep the identity of their mission giver a secret just in case this woman wasn't to be trusted, and he wasn't one to allow his guard to be down when he knew nothing about an area he's never been before, especially if revealing something like that could lead to potential danger; Plus with his sister being involved, Kuragari didn't want to take any chances. However, once the lady responded in a calm way and basically offering them to her instead of going for a fight to protect Kiseki. Maybe he didn't need to be on high guard like he had been thinking, but either way; Kashi went with the first option anyway which left Kuragari looking like he lies for no reason so he was just going to agree with it. "Fine, yes we were sent here. I just don't like letting my guard down. But yea, he's right. But either way, she'll be ok with us."

Moving on past the woman after that statement to follow Kashi to room 367, as they walked down the halls there were a lot of people with fairly weak signatures as well. But that only made sense with them being in a hospital and all. The moment he entered and approached the girl he had turned his head to look at Kashi - however the chill entered his body as he saw the glow, also seeing that Kashi suddenly stopped for whatever reason. But that didn't matter at the moment, Kuragari continued on towards Kiseki until he was right beside her. No words was said to her, but he genuinely felt bad for the condition she was in now that he's seen her up close. Only allowing a sigh to escape his lips as he rested a hand on her forehead and turning back to look at Kashi with his eyes squinted in annoyance as his chakra started to slightly spike. "Kashi hurry up and come one, what the hell are you just standing there for?... Tch, this damn kid."

Meanwhile, Ōjo felt his chakra beginning to flare up as she began slither further away at a fast pace while opening her middle mouth slightly to yawn as the other 2 looked around, waiting for the right moment. Kuragari then he grabbed everything he could fit into his pockets that was around her bed rather pills, drops, liquids; Whatever looked like Kiseki required it , he grabbed. Afterwards, he weaved the same hand signs that summoned Ōjo to begin with, which seemed as if he was about to summon her in the middle of the hospital. "You got 2 seconds before I leave you here kid" His irritation for Kashi just grew more and he stopped caring, he wasn't dumb enough to let himself get left behind for whatever reason. In this very moment, Kuragari's chakra skyrocketted for a mere second to signal Ōjo. "SUMMONING JUTSU!" Ōjo chanted this phrase which transported Kuragari, Kiseki, and Kashi (if he grabbed a hold of Kuragari's shoulder) on top of the slytherin's head along with the IV drops that's keeping her stable. Once the two appeared on top of Ōjo, Kuragari had the young girl cradles in his arm as he held the IV stand still with his foot, keeping the actual drops themselves elevated so they continued to flow into her.
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As the door slowly came open she had turned to watch, expecting it to be her mothers as she hadn’t been using any chakra to keep track of them or whoever may have been approaching. The passage opened and revealed the glare as it came open, she had already known what it was. The child sat on the bed unmoving, staring at the figure moving into the room, and was completely silent. Even after he spoke to her, she still took a couple of moments before she answered. Kuragari, if he hadn’t been too busy plucking her medications and necessary medical tools up, would see her chest deflate when she exhaled- and never move again.

Kiseki’s gaze met the enshrouded figure before her with a bit of disgust, pursing her lips for a moment before she responded. Her mother did warn him that she was a hyper intelligent individual- he should have been smarter about it. “Did you just genjutsu me? I don’t want to hear any of these silly questions. Release it, or I’ll do it for you.”

By now she had been holding her breath for some time. At this point she’d been scooped up by his comrade and by the time they had transported, it would be too late to break it himself. The damage had been done. Kiseki’s heart stopped. A seal in the middle of the small child’s chest lit brightly, which hadn’t been very visible prior due to her dark skin tone and the ink that it had been painted with being a dark color. Lightning arced around the seal for just a moment, maybe long enough for him to drop her if he reacted fast enough, before it spread across her body and essentially electrocuted her.

It wasn’t strong enough to kill a person but it had some kick to it, and it was this jolt that started heart again after stopping it. This broke the genjutsu that she had been placed under and woke her up instantly. She gasped for air, throat raw and her head spinning. She felt light headed and like she was about to vomit at the same time, covering her mouth as she shifted to try and sit up, and ended up rolling over awkwardly onto her side with a groan, starting to open her eyes slowly. She could barely make out her surroundings, but it sure was bright.. Why was she laying so awkwardly? What was happening? And why…. Why was there a breeze?

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Hōseki had stood and walked to the middle of the foyer inside the building, watching down the hall after the two boys had left. She was still standing there like that when her wife came back inside. Shinkō reeked of smoke and she immediately caught a whiff of her, but she didn’t even move. The door closed behind her and she just… stared down the hall.

Shinkō found it odd, stopping behind her and sighing. She figured she was just upset with her still because she had been smoking, and because she was being mean to her. An apology was in order, she felt. And she’d be the first to speak. “I’m s-“

“They came.” Shinkō‘s lips snapped shut as Hōseki cut her off. Her wife still didn’t turn to face her. “The Isogi. They came.”

The Yuki’s heart felt like it had stopped. The words took a moment to register, but as soon as they did she was in full panic mode. She pushed past Hōseki and ran as fast as she could to Kiseki’s room, but by the time she made it there… their daughter was gone. Everything was. It was like she hadn’t even been there in the first place. And it left a hole in her heart.​
 

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A chuckle escaped his lips from a distance - the pink-haired Kashi had dispersed even a moment before the mothers had entered the room. The hand sign was held in order to release the jutsu, all of the clones in tandem as a plastered grin can be seen on his face. "That brat." he paused as the light grew stronger in the eyes. "He really left me behind. I like his style." he sneered at the thought of it as he descended from the clouds on the Mythical Leaf Akachan. It appears that he himself had never departed nor left the surface of the leaf it was the clones that had done it in his stead. It was obvious as he didn't transform his own appearance - but rather his shadow clones. His Kekkei Genkai had enabled him to keep track of the Giant Snake - along with the sudden emergence of chakra on its head allowing him to decrease the distance between them.

"Oh?" He raised an eyebrow as it appeared that the seal on the girl had acted up in response to her 'death-like state causing him to grin as the hand embraced his chin in wonder. It couldn't be helped as he was interested in the process, allowing things to play out resulting in Kiseki nearly weakened as a result of things. Without a warning he had jumped onto the head of the snake, his eyes glared over the girl and then to his comrade. "You really goofed up, eh Kuragari?" he chuckled as he approached Kiseki; crouching on one knee with his hand placed against the back of the girl. For a moment there was nothing but deafening silence in the air and then he had lifted her into his arms. It wasn't much difficult to take her as she was but weakened to even fight back in response. Acknowledging that she was even dying in this place he had another plan in mind regarding it. With his feet jumped off the surface onto the leaf allowing him to look back at Kuragari, who by now must have awakened due to his durability. "aren't you coming with?" he gestured for him to come on the leaf to hold up the IV drop for them. It wasn't a question. it's a demand, a chance to fix his mistake just now.

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Without a warning, he had departed from the Land of Water into the skies - though he hasn't forgotten her current condition. "Let's go." his eyes closed for a moment as it appeared that a flame-like symbol had manifested on the forehead. The girl had found herself engulfed in a powerful condensed aura of fire, though in her mind she might have thought she was being exterminated right there. In time she would find out that it wasn't the case as even her wounds and pain are being healed and even repaired to a degree that she might find herself even 'better than she was earlier but it didn't exterminate cancer within her there were many limits to this. The truth? Kashi had bestowed a small portion of his own life force and vitality to her in order to sustain her waning life force in which allowed her to live a bit longer this was the Phoenix King Recuperating Salvo Rejuvenation. He merely had bought her time, enough to reach Land of Coins. "We're not here to hurt you, as you can see by now." He whispered. "We're just taking you home to the Isogi Clan so this can be fixed permanently." He resumed, glancing down at the girl in his arms. Though had Kuragari paid attention to the Goka by now it would be made clear to him that it had cost him something and it showed on his expression. Still, he had maintained a strong composture.
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After seeing and hearing her daughter screaming out one word "Momma", everything turned black and there was nothing but disorienting noises around her, eventually everything became silent and it took a long time for her to hear the voice of her daughter singing? Her singing sounds familiar, but where....wait...Tsutsui!. Her purple eyes open, revealing pure raw chakra swirling at the woman's core, but once under control, she looks over at Tsutsui who is singing for her mother, which brings joy to Sōma "Hey my little dragon," she says, embracing her with her arms wide open. She was on the woman crying, embracing and saying how worried she was, that she missed her and that she was scared she wouldn't wake up. "What happened after I lost?" Tsutsui sniffs and gathers herself. "The boy knocked you out with some sort of lightning attack, and the other man knocked him out with some sort of mysterious magic" hearing this has put Sōma into a slight depression but shrugs it off when she sensed a familiar chakra approaching them "Hello sister" with that announcement dark particles began to appear from each dark corner and merged in the middle of their hospital room, the dark particles swirled into a tall figure who bears a strong resemblance to Sōma and with rival beauty and 'assets' that seems bigger than the woman in bed "Hello little sister, I watched your fight will say this" walks up to her sister with a graceful smile "You should've quit while you were ahead" this seems to annoy the younger sister hearing that comment "Fuck you Mito"
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We've done it....
We and Mizukage. His shield protected us from getting shredded.
And yet, we've knocked out a Genin... We landed the...
And then, Kazuo was in the eldritch dominion of a blobby chakra monster. Terror crept up in him, but one emotion was stronger. Awe. And he was as helpless as a fly, and the beast pierced him and lifted him into it. He.... or his voices, or his ego, suspected this was an illusion, as opposed to interdimensional travel: This beast meant death, and Mizukage would not let that be.
Such unending power... unlimited power
The eyes upon him, seared into his very essence. Unrelenting inexorable power of his Mizukage, compared to which all was futile. It brought terror. And awe. And a plea...
Can I reach anything remote to such a prowess, ever? - he'd say if his power of speech was still in one place.

Now he was in the hospital's equivalent of... psych ward, with jutsu inflicted psychological trauma. He wasn't in a bed, or a straitjacket: he sat in a meditation chamber, with minor supervision and instructions for meditating. Apparently, the world he was put in was indeed a genjutsu power: One of diminished variant, as the true form would destroy him. And though he converted much of his terror into awe, awe seared just as hot a brand into his brain as terror: And he was given strict instructions on meditating this wound into mending. And yet... obsession with such a sight, these nearly-almighty eyes he was thurst into, called. As an inspiration to reach such heights himself. If he ever could. What an impossibly high bar to go at.
Should we not temper our expectations while we're so young? We haven't even went through Chunin exam...
Think it's any worse than the Arena?
I think we should expect anything from it. But yeah. we are ready.
 

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It was impressive the amount of damage both fighters endured without yet reaching their limit. Flickering into existence, their leader who was unfazed and had taken not a single hit during their battle wandered through the hallways looking for the runner-ups. Using as minimal hands seals needed, a figure materialized that took on the same appearance as its master. Splitting up into two directions, Isamu went to the psych-unit, while his doppelganger visited the general inpatient room. Isamu's orbs peered onto the young lad as he meditated, he hesitated before interrupting. Balling his hands into a fist and positioning close to his mouth, Isamu would clear his throat. "Ahem". The sound effect was loud enough due to the acoustics of the room. He waited for the Kazuo's to meet his eyes first before speaking. "Greetings Kazuo. I hope all is well." A bright genuine smile manifested on the Mizukage's face before continuing to talk. "When you're ready. I want you to come with me somewhere".

Tension leaked out of the room and lingered into the hallway. A sigh was released from the 6'3 tall man before knocking on the door. The knock was only an announcement that he would be entering the room, and three seconds without further notice he did so. Sliding the door open and taking a foot inside, he looked at the familiar faces. Soma who had been bedridden and her cute daughter Tsutsui. Adjacent to them was a woman he is mistaken for Soma, but her physical appearance was far different. He could tell that hailed from the same clan, but by the first glance, he could tell she was no threat to Isamu. "I hope I am not Interrupting" Isamu awkwardly pausing and waiting for the foreigner to introduce herself. He was curious why Soma and her daughter wouldn't be excited to see a family member. On second thought, was this woman a threat to the village? With her not being recognized by the barrier system, she would have already been dead. With the Mizukage's command, he postponed the woman's death wanting to know her reasoning for entering a land foreign to hers.
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