The Grand Un-Heist (Haruna Kurosawa)
|The Grand Un-Heist (Haruna Kurosawa)|
|Date of Cutscene:||29 June 2016|
|Location:||Penguin Park Mueseum|
|Synopsis:||Haruna Kurosawa fixes a mistake she made a year ago. One that changed her life both for the worst and the best.|
|Cast of Characters:||Haruna Kurosawa|
Haruna Kurosawa shoved the Ninja PreCard into her Pretty Change Mirror and spun the gem on the bottom. In a small flash of light, Haruna Kurosawa became the classical 'Ninja', in a seafoam green gi and shash with kunai. She patted the brown bag hanging off her shoulder as she looked up the wall of the museum in Penguin Park. She hopped up to the roof with a simple silent leap.
Corvus wasn't with her today. She had to do this alone. It was the middle of a warm summer night. There was a nice breeze in the air. It felt good.
She peeked into skylights, looking down into the exhibit halls below. No... this room was an Egyptian exhibit. No... this next one was an exhibit about... whales!? Aha. The exhibit about the Americas. She gently hinged open the old styled skylight and lowered herself by it's frame to look around first.
No security guards in this part of the museum- at least- not at the moment. She let herself fall and land with a soft footfall. She hadn't been here for a whole year. Not since that field trip...
Not since the day she met Corvus... when she stole the tablet by shoving it into her book bag. She still has no idea how she got away with that.
She walked over to the tablet exhibits with a soft frown. Four in a row. All on stands on a display. There was no glass protecting them. Two of them were fake. Replicas made of heavy foam- the kind they use to make rocks on movie sets she bet.
On them, were depicted a bear. a lynx. a crow. a raccoon. She lingered a bit crossing her arms. The lynx and bear had been cut down the middle- as if by some fine stone saw- at one point, but had been repaired- just the small seam showing.
"I'm sorry I didn't get a chance to meet you two..." she spoke. The tablets held no spirits, now. "...but he spoke very highly of you two, you know, even though that silly little fuzzball said you all didn't get along that great." she said with a sad sort of half smile.
She looked at the two replicas and picked one up--- and threw it to the ground. It bounced like the foam she expected. She did the same to the other, as she reached into the brown bag she'd brought with her.
Corvus's tablet-- the crow-- had broken into three pieces when she'd freed him. The pieces were placed back together- as well as Haruna could manage with an epoxy used in concrete repair. She'd done a well enough job. She placed it carefully down into it's stand--- the same one she'd taken it from nearly a year ago. It was empty. Corvus was with her now. There was no need to say goodbye to it.
Pryocon's tablet- the raccoon- had been kept safe by Blue-sama, though it'd cracked cleanly in two when Procyon sacrificed himself. Haruna gave it the same treatment. She didn't do nearly as good of a job as the restoration experts did to the other two that'd been broken in the museum. "This is the best I can do, fuzzball... I... i hope it's enough." she said.
Haruna stepped back and looked at all four tablets. "There..." she says. "Now you're all back together... even if..." she just shook her head. "I'm sorry." she just said as she sighed a bit. "I couldn't do better- and did the stupidest things."
"But...I'm doing much better!-- an--"
"Hey, who's there!?" came the voice and the glare of a flashlight from the other one.
Haruna freaked out a moment. "No one! No one's here!" she called out as she leapt back up to the skylight, just as the flashlight traced into her postion--- the cast off replicas-- and the newly replaced- if damaged and 'repaired' tablets...
"What on Earth....." muttered the museum security guard, scratching his head. Well. This was a first for him.