Magoichi & Masamune

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“Position? What position am I in? Last time I checked you were on my grounds in my castle. Don’t you think I would be in a better situation than you are?”

-Magoichi’s reaction to his comment amused the Dragon, especially since he was teasing her at the moment. He wasn’t really in the mood for such a serious talk. All of the serious talks had a time and a place, and in his opinion, it was on the battlefield. His smirk did dissapear when he heard her to do so, but his playful attitude was still there. He wasn’t sure why he wanted to tease her so much, but it was the way he was at the moment, so he was going to do it anyways.-

“Mongrel? Now you’re just changing my words.”

-Masamune’s reaction to her snapping back wasn’t highly noticeable. Al he thought about was that it must of been hormonal problems that women face, and because of that she was getting snappy. The Warlord’s eye still gazed onto the woman’s face, now able to meet with her eye.-

“You know, you don’t have to be so uptight about it.”

Uptight? Uptight about what?” Magoichi asked, her eyes narrowing at him in suspicion. Her hand moved slowly toward her gun; the way he continued to look at her was making her uncomfortable for some reason and she wanted to be ready. There was little chance he was faster than her, not to mention swords were no match for firearms. “I know I am on your territory and I do not wish for a fight, but I can certainly hold my own against you no matter what the situation is. You may not believe it, but I will always come out on top. I am far more disciplined than you will ever be, Date Masamune.” She had reigned in her flustered emotions, regaining the domineering, untameable air she was known for. 

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Magoichi & Masamune

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“Why thank you for the compliment,” Magoichi said sarcastically. She was starting to become rather irritated with the fact that Masamune didn’t seem to take anything she was saying seriously. She was trying to plan out a careful strategy; it  appeared that Masamune’s only strategy was to charge forward and wipe everyone out, expecting them all to be far inferior to himself. How foolish. He was going to get himself hurt…for some reason Magoichi didn’t want that. “Listen, you may not take this seriously, but I do,” she said with a sigh. She really did not want to explain herself, fearing she would sound soft. “I don’t wish to see you killed, and I certainly do not want to be the one to deliver the final blow. You are far too reckless and arrogant, but for reasons unknown, I actually don’t completely hate you.” She suddenly averted his gaze, unable to look at him directly any longer. She began to become fully aware of the lack of distance between them. 

-Masamune really wasn’t going to let this woman and her army scare him away from his main objective, and he most defiantly wasn’t going to let her take Oshuu like she stated earlier, even if she used it as an example, he wasn’t going to back down at all, especially since he worked hard to get where he is now. The Blue Dragon’s gaze didn’t move, and the fact that the girl that stood in front of him grew slightly embarassed by averting her gaze made the male smirk. He was slightly amused at this, and the words that she spoke didn’t help her either. He chuckled slightly before leaning to the side slightly, putting more weight onto his left foot as he leaned.-

“Well, I guess I should thank you for the compliments brah, but they won’t help you either.”

-Masamune did wonder why she cared so much, especially since she did come here and warn him, and then she said that she wouldn’t hesitate to cut him down if it meant winning a battle, and now this? Well she needed to make her mind. Masamune wasn’t known for his patience, it was one thing that he lacked. He continued to smirk as he spoke to her, now pointing out her actions. He found it slightly adorable.-

“Heh, so even the strongest of maidens get embarrassed?.. Are you sure you’re a Crow? You look as cute as a puppy right now.”

Magoichi whipped her head around to look at him again, an angry fire in her eyes. “Who said I was embarrassed? How dare you compare me to a stupid mongrel!” she exclaimed through clenched teeth, her hands tightening into fists. She was biting back, getting defensive, even though she knew it only made her look more guilty. She couldn’t help it; Masamune had caught her off guard with that comment. He was mocking her, trying to make her look weak. “Why don’t you wipe that ridiculous smirk off your face? You are in no position to be so cocky,” she said a little more calmly, trying to steady herself, but from the disdain in her voice she was clearly still annoyed. She couldn’t bear the look he was giving her and she wanted nothing more than to slap it right off his face. 

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by はないち@GB8

tsunbasa:

by はないち@GB8

Magoichi & Masamune

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mercenarymaiden:

Magoichi’s lips turned up in an amused smile, her gaze never wavering. “You should not be so quick to underestimate me, Date Masamune. Your arrogance is your downfall. It blinds you to the skills of your opponents. If you are unfortunate enough to meet my men in battle, I promise you Oshu will need a new leader. Are you willing to risk that?” She asked, raising an eyebrow at him. She knew he would never take her seriously, no matter how many times she had proven her superiority over her enemies. “Is it because I am a woman, that you so readily dismiss my warnings?” Her eyes were cold and judgmental, but she was still smiling with amusement. It was an unsettling combination. 

“And you shouldn’t be so quick to underestimate me either. My Claws aren’t as blunt as you would of wished.”

-The gaze hadn’t changed as he returned it into the cold eyes that Magoichi seemed to bear. It was amusing the male highly, especially since they were so alike in many things, and this seemed to be one of them. His mouth didn’t curl into a smirk when he listened to her speaking with that irritating grin that she had plastered onto her face. It wasn’t really something that he was going to comment on, especially since these two were discussing more important matters.-

“You are the same, you know… But anyone around here couldn’t get a good enough Warlord, especially when you compare them to me.”

-He smirked at his comment, but it was soon to fade when he listened to what she said next. Why did she badly want him to avoid her battle? Was she afraid to loose or something? Well he wasn’t going to listen to her. He wasn’t going to be ordered around by her, or so it sounded like she was trying to. He knew they were only warnings, but even a strong chick like her wasn’t going to stop this Dragon from soaring higher than he ever soared in any battle.-

“I don’t really care if you’re a man or a woman, you’re strong. It’s not like I am meant to care either. I have a land to protect, and I also have a war to win. I don’t have time to worry about something so small.”

It wasn’t as if he was actually going to care for Magoichi’s gender, especially since she was ever so strong. He had some sort of respect for her strength, and he would until she defeated him, because everyone knew how bad he took defeat, and he would keep fighting until he won. The Dragon only wanted victory as a result, because it was what he needed to move forwards.-

"Why thank you for the compliment," Magoichi said sarcastically. She was starting to become rather irritated with the fact that Masamune didn’t seem to take anything she was saying seriously. She was trying to plan out a careful strategy; it  appeared that Masamune’s only strategy was to charge forward and wipe everyone out, expecting them all to be far inferior to himself. How foolish. He was going to get himself hurt…for some reason Magoichi didn’t want that. "Listen, you may not take this seriously, but I do," she said with a sigh. She really did not want to explain herself, fearing she would sound soft. "I don’t wish to see you killed, and I certainly do not want to be the one to deliver the final blow. You are far too reckless and arrogant, but for reasons unknown, I actually don’t completely hate you." She suddenly averted his gaze, unable to look at him directly any longer. She began to become fully aware of the lack of distance between them. 

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はないち@GB8

mofochika:

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Magoichi & Masamune

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“So you and I are on the same page then?” Magoichi asked, glad that Masamune refused to play by another’s rules as just as she did. That would make coming to an understanding far easier. “Well then, if you are not acting on anyone’s orders but your own, then you and I will agree to avoid each other. I have no reason to attack you, you have no reason to attack me.” She stood and walked up to him, amusement in her eyes as she looked him over. “If you do decide to harm Mitsunari, though, know that I will stop you.” She was close to him now, looking straight into his eyes.

“…I guess you could say that.”

-Masamune watched the other as she stood up and walked towards him, getting closer and closer. He was ready for an attack if she did so, but would she even be that foolish? Well Masamune was on home territory, which meant that he was as his strongest. He had something to protect when he was here.-

-Masamune’s smirk had faded, and he returned the look that Magoichi had given him. It was a rather serious look.. however, it reminded him of his own eyes in a rather odd way, and he was sure that Kojuuro would say the same about it. He let out a small chuckle before speaking to her. Despite the cold and serious look he was getting, he wasn’t intimidated in the slightest.-

“Don’t think I’ll be letting you get away so easily. I have a war to win, a land to rules. If you think I’ll let you get in the way you’re wrong.”

-Masamune’s arms continued to be folded as he looked down into her eyes, wondering why she did that in the first place. He guessed it was to get her point across, but he could be wrong. He knew that he was amazing, but he couldn’t mind-read.-

Magoichi’s lips turned up in an amused smile, her gaze never wavering. “You should not be so quick to underestimate me, Date Masamune. Your arrogance is your downfall. It blinds you to the skills of your opponents. If you are unfortunate enough to meet my men in battle, I promise you Oshu will need a new leader. Are you willing to risk that?” She asked, raising an eyebrow at him. She knew he would never take her seriously, no matter how many times she had proven her superiority over her enemies. “Is it because I am a woman, that you so readily dismiss my warnings?” Her eyes were cold and judgmental, but she was still smiling with amusement. It was an unsettling combination. 

Magoichi & Masamune

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Magoichi followed Masamune to the door, surprised that his castle wasn’t more ostentatious. It seemed so unlike him. “Nice place,” she mused as she stepped inside, hands on her hips as she looked around. “I was expecting something more…grandiose, to be honest.” She took a seat without being asked, wanting to get straight down to business. She hadn’t come here to play around, although Masamune was leaning back casually and grinning at her as if this was a social call. “Let’s get down to it. Here are my terms: My men and I will only go where Mitsunari orders us to, so unless he wants me to take Oshu, I will stay out of your way. I don’t care if you attack every ally of the Western Army, but keep your men away from mine. If you think I made a pact with the West out of some desire to take out the East, you are wrong. I am simply doing my job. If you attack me unprovoked, I will retaliate with full force, by Mitsunari’s orders or not.” She looked at him coldly, making sure he understood the seriousness of her threat. 

“It’s to my tastes, and that’s all that matters.”

-Well, at least he knew that they were here on business, but Magoichi seriously best Masamune and take Oshu? She mustn’t of understood who she was up against. Also, if she thought that he was going to be taking orders from Ieyasu then she had another thing coming. He was a lone dragon who played by his own rules. He wasn’t going to be put into a cage until Ieyasu needed him. If that was going to happen, then he would break the pact there and then. He let out a rather amused chuckle before replying to her words, without a shred of intimidation.-

“Heh. Well, let’ get one thing straight here. I’m not here for Ieyasu to use as a pawn on the battlefield. This lone dragon is going to soar and win the battle with Mitsunari. If anyone decides to get in my way, they’ll get an honour of becoming prey to my claws.”

-He had now spoke without the smirk upon his lips, but he had still stood leaning against the door frame that he leant against to let Magoichi in. Well, she was well known for her clod personality, but it didn’t get to Masamune at all. She was like him in a way.. He guessed.-

"So you and I are on the same page then?" Magoichi asked, glad that Masamune refused to play by another’s rules as just as she did. That would make coming to an understanding far easier. "Well then, if you are not acting on anyone’s orders but your own, then you and I will agree to avoid each other. I have no reason to attack you, you have no reason to attack me." She stood and walked up to him, amusement in her eyes as she looked him over. "If you do decide to harm Mitsunari, though, know that I will stop you.” She was close to him now, looking straight into his eyes.

Anonymous sent: You are truly the ideal woman, Saika-dono. Any man worth his salt would try to win your heart and mind, and I say this with all the pride and sincerity a man can muster.

"That is quite the compliment, thank you. I can say with much certainty, though, that no man will be winning me anytime soon. It is rather amusing to watch them try. 

 

Magoichi & Masamune

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-Approaching the female with the smirk that he almost always wore, the One-Eyed Dragon walked towards the other with no hesitations, but he could guess why she was here. He had heard that her clan had become one with Mitsunari’s side, which made her an enemy… Right? The Dragon allowed his smirk to fade as he stood in front of her, nobly in front of his Oshu’s gates that protects his precious land and townsfolk.-

“Magoichi Saika of the Saika clan, what brings you here?”

-Despite guessing why she was here in the first place, he wanted to ask that question anyway. It wasn’t going to harm by asking, and he could of assumed wrong. The male stood with his arm leaning on the hilt of his Dragons Claws. He stood alone whilst speaking with her. He didn’t believe that she was here to attack, but if she was he was ready for that, since he was the great Masamune. He was the worlord of Oshu at such a young age for a reason.-

“Questioning my motives already? It’s good to see you too,” Magoichi said with an amused expression, eyeing Masamune’s hand on his sword. As if he could be faster than her. “I’m here to negotiate terms with you. You are allied to the Eastern Army and I to the Western Army, but unless I am mistaken, we have no disagreements between us. I see no reason that blood has to be shed unnecessarily.” She moved closer to him and folded her arms across her chest. “How about you invite me in so we can talk?” She asked, looking at him expectantly. 

-Listening to the woman as he gazed at her, the Dragon let out a sigh as he thought for a moment. So she has become an enemy to Ieyasu? They will be fighting in that battle? Masamune didn’t really intend on battling this woman, but if she got in his way he would most defiantly move her. Now moving his arms to fold them, Masamune chuckled before speaking towards her, moving out of the way as he did so.-

“Come on then. I’m not stopping you.”

He started to walk towards the large castle (not sure if he has one so I just guessed) that he lived within with his trusted retainers and men. It was a beautiful castle, but compared to other people’ it wasn’t the biggest. It was big enough for him however. When he reached the door and slide it open, Masamune turned and waited for the female to get there. Whilst he waited, Masamune leaned against the wood of the door, folding his arms as he did so.-

Magoichi followed Masamune to the door, surprised that his castle wasn’t more ostentatious. It seemed so unlike him. “Nice place,” she mused as she stepped inside, hands on her hips as she looked around. “I was expecting something more…grandiose, to be honest.” She took a seat without being asked, wanting to get straight down to business. She hadn’t come here to play around, although Masamune was leaning back casually and grinning at her as if this was a social call. “Let’s get down to it. Here are my terms: My men and I will only go where Mitsunari orders us to, so unless he wants me to take Oshu, I will stay out of your way. I don’t care if you attack every ally of the Western Army, but keep your men away from mine. If you think I made a pact with the West out of some desire to take out the East, you are wrong. I am simply doing my job. If you attack me unprovoked, I will retaliate with full force, by Mitsunari’s orders or not.” She looked at him coldly, making sure he understood the seriousness of her threat.