Touou: are wolves. That’s all we’ve got so far.
Kaijou: are foxes. Kise is the cheery young fox forever irritating the leader, Kasamatsu.
Yousen: Would all be walruses, Himuro is the only fur seal. Murasakibara is the sulkiest walrus ever.
Seirin: Penguins. Kiyoshi is an elephant seal, though, that tries to hide among the penguins.
Rakuzan: All polar bears, let by Akashi, an emperor penguin, who rides them.
Kagami: The hapless BBC cameraman filming all of this. Gets adopted by the Seirin penguins, who valiantly try to teach him how to hunt and fish. Has the urge to wrestle with the polar bears and the walruses.
oneslienthour: kagami is their pet human now
oneslienthour: their very confused pet human
oneslienthour: the confused pet human who keeps chasing polar bears…
chippokenabokura: do they give him fish
oneslienthour: they’re very worried about him….
chippokenabokura: he doesn’t seem to know how to hunt
oneslienthour: they probably do and then he cooks it
Nijimura: is the puffin.
Kuroko: is a whale
half-sleeping: actually maybe Kuroko is the blue whale
half-sleeping: under the ice
half-sleeping: THERE THE WHOLE TIME
oneslienthour: “I was there the whole time,” says the ice.
Kuroko is the loneliest whale in the world, forever searching for his missing friend.
oneslienthour: Oh yeah whales find each other with songs right
oneslienthour: Maybe Akashi made it so that Ogiwara couldn’t sing so Kuroko can’t find him
Title: The People Who Live in the Iceberg
Characters/Pairing: Kagami / Kuroko (KagaKuro), Aomine, Momoi, Ogiwara
Challenge: 90 (Postcards).
Summary: Kagami leaves Japan. Kuroko asks him for postcards. Things can never be so straightforward when you are best friends separated by continents.
Distance is more a product of the mind than a physical unit. All it takes is a combined effort of two minds, and it can be traversed. This was what Kuroko believed, so deeply ingrained in him it was carved into his heart like an Egyptian hieroglyph. Is it any surprise to anyone? Kuroko, after all, holds friendships close to him, as though they are extensions from his being. Hence when Kagami tells him at the end of their senior year in high school, “I’m going back to America once I graduate,” there is barely a flicker of an eyelid.
Imagine finding a dragon egg one day, and it hatches in your house and thinks you’re its mom. Then the next morning you wake up and find this mini dragon has gathered all the lose change and shiny objects in your house in a pile, and is gnawing on a nickel. And then when you take it out for walks, it picks up every coin it sees cause its a hoarder. And your house is eventually full of coins. And you are rich. And have a dragon.