Resting Possibilities May 23, 2012 19:53:20 GMT -8
Post by Yox on May 23, 2012 19:53:20 GMT -8
[/justify]Zaiaku continued to stare at the boy in front of him with an annoyed look across his face. His eyes accentuated the inner rage that was starting to develop, and soon would explode if he didn't at least try to remain calm. The constant mockery from the guy in front of him didn't help. It was just adding to the volcano within, more and more. Zaiaku wasn't a fan of sarcasm when it was aimed in his own direction. He loved making use of it on others, and enjoyed laughing about the idiocy of others. But when made a fool of by another person, he couldn't handle it.
The boy then proceeded to point his dirty fingers in Zaiaku's direction, now up at his forehead protector. The metallic symbol of Iwagakure. Something that in the past represented the strength and foundation of the rock within the spirit of all those who wore it. However, since the death of the Sandaime Tsuchikage, many of them had forgotten about the strong base of stones that had held them together once so closely. Along with idiots like this guy, the village was turning upside down.
"Ninja of Iwagakure can made threats as much as they please. Especially if they can back these threats up," Zaiaku hissed after the boy commented on his threat. After listening to the boy back down, Zaiaku slowly cooled down a bit. This was until the boy then resulted in shouting "blow me". Rolling his eyes from the annoyance, Zaiaku decided it would be best not to use his clay models for today. There was no point wasting something that costed a lot of ryo on someone who was of little significance to him. Annoyed from this little encounter, Zaiaku turned away from the boy without responding to him. It was time he got back to searching for rocks. He couldn't afford distractions like this imbecile disrupting his day. So from there, Zaiaku trudged back along the plains in search for large boulders and away from the boy under his tree. He was in a pissed off mood. The next person he'd come across might not be so lucky.