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Aamina Ellis
 Posted: Dec 29 2011, 07:45 PM
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Mina was practically humming as she made her way towards the fence, a burlap bag swung over her shoulder, the now dog-eared, stolen biology book swinging against her back with every step. As clueless and terrified as she had been at first, she had grown to regard the woods as a sort of safe haven, a private place almost. She knew her brother would never set foot over the fence, and so she was safe from his over-protective ways for a few hours, at least. And though she had been paranoid at first about getting caught, arrested, and executed (or whatever the punishment was for being in the woods), she'd quickly learned that the only living creatures she'd meet in the forest were the type that couldn't tell on her. Rabbits and squirrels and that sort. She'd grown comfortable, so to speak, and she rather looked forward to the afternoons she could sneak away for a few hours by herself.

She climbed underneath the broken part of the fence, the electric wire snapped as it had been for as long as she could remember, granting anyone easy access to the woods between the districts. She tread a familiar path to a familiar patch of plants, where she had become accustomed to finding a certain berry that made homemade tea far more drinkable. As time had gone on, Mina had found more use for the plants she was beginning to identify; at first, she had simply thought of them as a supplement to whatever meals Bastian's paycheck provided, but she'd gotten more creative as of late. She was even starting to bake again, using recipes she could barely remember or made up on the spot and ingredients she scrounged up in her woodland afternoons.

Mina threw a few handfuls of berries in her bag, careful to make sure the book didn't squash them, and continued on her usual path. She stopped a few hundred yards further in to check her "trap." Unlike the trap or snare of an experienced hunter, Mina had rigged up a box system with a bit of old meat as bait; it had taken her hours to figure out on a Saturday afternoon when Bastian was working an extra shift at the mines. She'd caught a few rabbits and once a squirrel in the trap, but had never had the heart to actually kill them. Every time she checked, she hoped that maybe whatever was inside might have magically died of starvation so she and her brother might have a decent meal; she knew she'd never be able to actually cause an animal harm. As she approached the place the trap was tucked away, she saw the door was down; at first, her heart leaped--it was good to know she was successful at something besides identifying plants from a book. But as she knelt down, peering through the slats of the poorly-rigged box at the terrified rabbit within, she felt that familiar pang of guilt. Not this time.

With a sigh, she dropped her bag on the ground, crouched down, and poked her finger in through the slats of the box. "You are one lucky rabbit," she said to the animal. "Lucky that I'm not a real hunter, and that I don't even have a knife on me. Next time, maybe just stick to veggies, ok?"

She reached over to open the door of the trap--and then froze suddenly. She could have sworn she'd heard a twig crack. She sat completely still for a moment...and then she heard it again. Mina's head swiveled in the direction of the noise, but she couldn't see anyone there. Suddenly nervous--she'd gotten so careless with her forays into the forest--she forgot the trap and grabbed her bag, pulling it noiselessly onto her back. She stayed crouched down, staring in the direction the sound had come from, hoping it was just a deer and not a Peacekeeper.

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Kylin Morrick
 Posted: Dec 29 2011, 09:12 PM
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Once Kylin had seen the girl, she didn't think being quiet was much of a necessity anymore. Her steps, while still made with some gentleness, weren't placed so carefully as to avoid stepping on anything that might creak or crunch under her weight. Startling the girl wasn't her goal, but neither was avoiding her notice. Kylin had every intention of approaching and addressing her.

There hardly seemed to be any danger in it, after all. Any threat that might be voiced would easily be countered by similar allegations thrown right back. Aamina was out in forbidden territory just as Kylin was, and if it came down to a battle of words without proof, Ky was (perhaps foolishly) confident she could escape trouble. She could work out some sort of story, and her family's name did mean something. Perhaps she wasn't rich, but she wasn't one of the starving ones, and her family was well-liked. . .

She could have figured out a few good ways to rationalize her boldness.

"You wanting to kill that?" she asked as she emerged, plainly dressed and without notable expression, immediately gesturing toward the little trap nearby.

She had a knife on her belt that she might have been willing to lend to the job, not that she was in any hurry to point that out. Feeling friendly, she pushed some of her loose hair aside and offered a tiny smile- nothing overly happy. In fact, it might have been easily interpreted as a hint at mischievous or sinister intentions with the way her eyes were narrowed to keep out the light coming through the trees.

Despite what the knife she carried might have suggested in combination with more convincing items, hunting wasn't her purpose for being in the woods. Anyone could have discerned that much from her lack of weaponry and kills. All she had on her aside from that small knife was a worn bag at her hip, which was only large enough to hold the book inside it and the plants she had flattened and tucked into it.

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Aamina Ellis
 Posted: Dec 30 2011, 02:06 PM
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Mina hadn't been mistaken--she had definitely heard something, and whatever (or whoever) it was was coming towards her openly, now. When Kylin stepped out into plain sight, Mina jumped up and half-turned, preparing to run; she knew she might not be able to avoid whatever penalty awaited her if she got caught, but if she could run, she'd at least have a chance. She was fast, and maybe whoever it was hadn't recognized her yet...

It took another second before Mina registered that the girl who had emerged from the trees wasn't a Peacekeeper, but just...a girl. She paused, body poised to run, and turned her head to get a good look at her before she relaxed a bit. The other girl was smiling and carrying a bag as well...and she was in the woods...and she looked familiar somehow. Maybe from school, though Mina was sure this girl wasn't in her year.

She dropped her bag and crossed her arms defensively as she sized up her company. She didn't appear threatening...in fact, she was nearly smiling, and she wasn't really armed or anything. Plus, she was in the forest as well, despite the fact that she was clearly not authorized. Surely, if this girl was out in forbidden territory, she didn't mind that Mina was as well. They had that on each other, so there was no use running to tell anyone; that, at least, made her feel a bit safer. And then the girl offered to kill something--the rabbit, Mina realized, as her eyes landed back on the trap. She narrowed her eyes, unsure of herself, but curious nonetheless.

"That depends," she said, stepping forward but trying to keep a reasonable distance between herself and this semi-stranger. "D'you know what you're doing?" She meant about the rabbit, but the question came out a little harder than she intended.

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((I knew I was gonna do that! >_<))

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Kylin Morrick
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Kylin approached slowly, testing the waters in a way, and lifted a brow curiously. The question seemed odd to her- not entirely redundant but odd nonetheless. She supposed she didn't need some sort of certification to kill a small animal, but maybe the girl wasn't really asking simply for her benefit in this single matter. Kylin might have preferred for her to be more direct (and to watch the hostility in her tone), but she wasn't about to start complaining.

She did know what she was doing, and she felt no need to argue the point with any real passion.

"Doesn't take a genius to snap a neck or cut a little rabbit's throat," she pointed out before pulling at the knife in her belt just enough to draw attention to it. Pushing the short blade back down into place, she said bluntly, "I can take care of it for you if you don't wanna do it yourself."

She had asked if the girl wanted the thing dead, and her response had been a question about Kylin's own capabilities. Ky had to assume that meant the phrasing of the question and its timing meant that the girl didn't want to kill the animal herself. . . for one reason or another. Maybe she was too soft and delicate to kill a fuzzy animal. Maybe she had a pet rabbit and couldn't stand the thought of killing one like it. Ky didn't care enough to ask at this point.

"The thing doesn't look all that meaty, but it'd make a decent stew, I figure."

Words of encouragement. If the girl didn't want to kill the animal herself, she should be getting someone else to kill it before it got away. There were hungry people in twelve. Someone could get a good meal out of that creature.

Kylin didn't often keep her opinions to herself. This was no exception.

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Aamina Ellis
 Posted: Dec 30 2011, 02:59 PM
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Mina eyed the girl carefully as she stepped forward. She still couldn't quite figure her out; she was clearly not here to arrest anyone, so Mina ought to have been relieved. But the other girl's tone put her on edge--she seemed so casual about killing an innocent creature, something Mina could never quite bring herself to do. Sure, she ate meat, and she knew exactly where it came from--but when it appeared on her plate, she didn't exactly have to think about it, did she? Bastian had been good about taking care of that sort of stuff so far; Mina had yet to see any animal leftovers lying around. And besides, stew didn't exactly equate to a fluffy, adorable little animal. But for some--or most, in twelve--she was sure killing your own food was no big deal.

She frowned a bit at the girl's comment about her scrawny rabbit. She took it a bit personally, crouching down by her trap again (surely, if the girl was going to throw that little knife at her, she'd have done it by now) and poked her fingers through the slats again, peering at the poor, terrified animal inside. "Yeah, well, I'm not all that good at traps yet," she said, a bit defensively. It's not like there were books about snares and traps she could pilfer from the school library; this was a learn-as-you-go process.

Mina hesitated a moment, and then made her decision. She was done letting game she'd caught just run off into the forest and freedom. She'd never in her life hurt an animal, but then, she'd never needed to before, had she? A year ago, she'd never stolen a thing in her life, and look at her now. Besides, she had an opportunity to get more than just stew out of the rabbit--if she could work up enough nerve and learn a little more about trapping.

"I just don't want it to suffer," she said simply as she stood up and backed away from the trap, acknowledging her consent to the girl and her knife. "Even if it is going to end up in a stew."

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Kylin Morrick
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Kylin probably should have been somewhat hesitant as she approached the trap, but instead she was all confidence. Her movements were deliberate. Her posture was without fault, and her hands were as steady as ever as she crouched down and reached in to grab a hold of the rabbit.

Contrary to what all of these signs of confidence might have suggested, she had never done this before. She had killed chickens. She had killed a squirrel or two, too. It wasn't bad, really, and she had never been overly cruel about it. Killing wasn't fun. It was necessary, and she wasn't one to put up much of a fuss about doing what had to be done, no matter how aggravating or painful necessary actions could be.

So, she didn't frown or grimace or get teary-eyed, despite whatever sympathy she might have had for the fluffy creature as she knelt down and pulled it into her lap.

After briefly glancing at the girl that had caught the animal, she began to adjust her grip on the rabbit, feeling for a good place to hold it to make sure she got this right on the first go. She could have just gotten this over with and tossed the dead thing to the girl then went right back to her business, but there was a better way to go about this, she was sure. "You put a hand here," she said, narrating her movements, "and another one here. Then-"

A quick twist and a crack. The rabbit was dead and limp in an instant. Someone would have to bleed it eventually, but the quick and clean way was probably the best to show this girl. It was the most humane-- probably the only way she'd ever be able to do it. Plus, it was doable without a knife.

. . . and maybe it was easier for Ky, too.

"Think you could do that next time?" she asked casually as she looked up at the girl and pushed the dead animal off her lap.

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Aamina Ellis
 Posted: Dec 30 2011, 05:19 PM
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As the girl marched straight for the trap, apparently unfazed by the idea of killing an animal, Mina dug her heels into the ground to keep herself from stepping back. She wasn't about to look like a total simpering idiot--she was sure she'd shown her true colors enough as it was, refusing to kill for food, like this girl was apparently accustomed to doing. Mina wasn't half as tough as she'd like people to believe, but there was no need to go around flaunting it to strangers.

She watched with a sense of morbid as the girl described what she was doing, the way she placed her hands. She opened her mouth to ask how the girl had decided where to hold the rabbit when--crack!--a quick twist, and the whole thing was over. The rabbit lay still in the other girl's hands, and Mina was still standing there with her mouth agape, her question hanging on her lips.

She'd anticipated blood and guts and some sort of terrible stench. The use of a knife, perhaps, since the girl was armed with one. But this had been...almost easy. Painless, at least for the girl, and hopefully for the rabbit. Huh. Mina hadn't ever thought killing could be like that--but then, perhaps she had been far too sensitive to things like the Games. Hunting was different from cold-blooded murder, after all.

Mina nodded in response to the girl's question. "I think so, actually," she said, sound a lot less confident than she actually felt. "It looked...easy."

She crouched down and poked the rabbit, which looked like it was simply sleeping at a very odd and uncomfortable angle. It was still warm, and Mina couldn't help but shudder. She stood back up, brushing her hands off on her pants, and decided to wait til it was not so alive-ish to put it in her bag with the rest of her haul for the day.

"Thanks," she said, realizing she had probably come off as incredibly rude the last few minutes, so preoccupied had she been with her own concerns. "And I'm Mina, by the way...Mina Ellis." She stuck her hand out a bit awkwardly; it was perhaps a bit bizarre, to be introducing yourself to someone after they'd just killed you a rabbit. But awkward was Mina's specialty; she was better with actions than with words.

"Who taught you to do that?" she asked curiously, nodding towards the dead rabbit. She had worked in a bakery all her life, had made endless meat pies in the cold weather, and had never so much as plucked a chicken. "You're pretty good at it."

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Kylin welcomed the introduction by offering the girl a firm handshake and a crooked grin. She was glad to find that Mina was feeling a little more friendly now that a favor had been done for her. Her previous hint of hostility and distrust was understandable, justifiable. If she could play nicely now, that would likely be enough to satisfy Ky.

"My brother Jason showed me how on a chicken. . . practiced a few times since then," she explained. "It's not really a habit of mine. I'm a nurse's assistant, not a butcher."

The fact that she didn't often run around hunting where she shouldn't was implied. She supposed she shouldn't have had to clarify that point, and even if she tried, it could easily be assumed that she was lying because of the forbidden nature of the practice.

She rose to her feet almost gracefully by pushing against the dirt and grass beneath her. Then, as she brushed her hands off on her pants, she said, "The name's Kylin, Kylin Morrick."

The urge to confirm that yes, she was so-and-so's daughter/sister/niece/etc. was there, but she refrained from jumping the gun to mention any and all potential familiarities with her name. People asking about her family relations was so common that it had her wanting to avoid the string of questions and comments that were almost sure to come whenever she introduced herself, but this time it didn't seem appropriate to launch into talking about who she knew.

Glancing down at the dead hunk of fur and meat, she added, "I'm better at fixing stuff than killing it, but if you're looking to get better at the killing part, that brother of mine might be able to help you out."

. . . and since he had been a brat- in a mostly funny way- the last night, Kylin was about ready to volunteer his teaching services for him.

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Mina would have supposed that killing a chicken and killing a rabbit were two totally different things, but apparently not. The concept was the same, after all, but the rabbit was just so cute...and so much harder to catch. She didn't think she'd ever seen one caught before she ended up doing it herself--at least not back when they lived in the bakery.

"My dad used to do that," she said. "Take care of the chickens and stuff. I would just help cook them."

Mina was a bit surprised by Kylin's strong handshake--it was almost professional, something Mina wasn't used to, but she gripped the girl's hand in return and turned her lips up in a smile. There was something about this strange, rabbit-killing girl that she liked. Something intimidating, as well, but that was the sort of thing Mina could get past.

The name, too, rang a bell. She'd heard it around, maybe, or perhaps at school, though Kylin had mentioned she was a nurse's assistant, so she might have left school already. Mina cocked her head to the side, a habit when she got stuck thinking about something, and narrowed her eyes thoughtfully at the girl again. "Do you know my brother?" she asked curiously; the girl was perhaps a year, maybe two, older than Mina if she was already working. "Bastian? He was in your year, wasn't he?" Or perhaps it was just a longshot--perhaps the girl had been a customer at one point. Mina and Bastian had served a great many of the district's residents at some time during their time working for their parents. This awful 'do I know you?' sort of deja vu happened to her all the time; people just didn't seem to look the same from the other side of the bread counter.

She glanced down at what was once a rabbit and then back up at Kylin, considering. Hunting was not one of her natural fortes, but if she could really sell things in the market like Natalia had told her, it might be something worth taking up, if it could take some of the pressure off her brother. And to sell game, she had to learn to kill game. She couldn't very well show up at the market with a box full of live rabbits, could she?

"I should learn," she said decisively. "Bas knows how to do all this stuff...but I don't think he'd be all that excited if I brought home a bunch of animals and asked him to kill them. He's not too psyched I'm coming out here anyway." She studied her company carefully, then asked, "You learned on chickens? Where did you find the chickens?"

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Way to put two n' two together, Ky . . .

This was Bastian Ellis' little sister, she realized as soon as his name was brought up. She and Bastian weren't friends, but she certainly knew of him. Having bad crap happen to you wasn't really something that made a person special in District 12, but she wasn't about to forget that Bastian's - and therefore Mina's- parents had been killed in a fire. No wonder this girl was out trying to catch rabbits. . .

"I know of Bastian," she admitted. "We aren't exactly friends or anything, but yeah-- he n' I are the same age." Putting her hands on her hips she glanced around absentmindedly. "My brother bought a few chickens for the eggs a little while back from someone passing through." That was mostly truthful. "Thought it'd be a good investment. One of them wasn't so good for it, though, so he showed me how to kill it like that. . . 'cause I was wearing a dress, and he didn't want me to get it bloody."

Then there was a part about money being a problem at the time and a good meal being hard to come by in their house. The chicken had been an obvious sacrifice to make. Then her brother insisted on taking out tesserae because no one wanted to let her do it, even though she was younger and it seemed the smarter thing to do.

The boys made more money. . .

"Couldn't hurt for you to learn some good trapping or just how to kill some things properly, I figure," she sighed, returning her gaze to Mina. "I'm no expert, but there are ways to kill animals without ruining the hide or making it some agonizing thing. I'm sure somebody'd teach you if that's what you wanna do."

Maybe that was overly optimistic, given how often she met resistance when she wanted to learn things that weren't totally ladylike or legal, but there were certainly enough people hunting illegally in the district. Someone would teach Mina. If Kylin had to find that someone for her, so be it . . .

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baaaah, wrong account!!!

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Mina cracked a smile when Kylin admitted that she knew Bastian; it didn't matter that they weren't friends, it was just nice to run into someone who had known her brother at school. After the fire, most of their school friends had evaporated into thin air, and after Bastian had dropped out, his social life had been pretty much nonexistent. Sometimes, she feared that she was the only one who remembered her brother was still around; the two of them were pretty much each other's only company.

She bit her lip thoughtfully as Kylin explained about the chickens. It was a smart idea, to buy chickens for the eggs; you could use them or sell them, and like her brother had done, when the chickens got useless, they were good meat. But Mina and Bastian's problem wasn't food--Bastian got his tesserae rations, and Mina was good at scrounging things up--it was money. Finding a way to get out of the situation they were in. Getting Bastian out of the mines and back into the profession he had trained in. That was Mina's goal, and for that, they needed money.

"That's a good idea," she admitted. "But I think I'll just have to stick with rabbits. Or whatever else is out here...I caught a squirrel once," she added. "But I let it go...it was so fast and it had these teeth..." She held her thumb and her forefinger apart to show Kylin the width she remembered. "Rabbits are probably better anyway."

Mina shifted from one foot to the other, considering Kylin's words. Certainly she could find someone around to teach her to hunt, or at least to set better traps, to kill humanely. All she needed was a lesson or two--Mina was a quick learner. She'd constructed her own clunky traps without any help...but what she really needed to know, she had to learn by experience. She bit her lip, considering...She got the impression that Kylin wasn't exactly someone to go blabbing around to Peacekeepers, and she seemed like she knew things. And she clearly wasn't about judging people who broke the law, since she was doing it herself...she might not be as horrified as Bastian would be at Mina's intentions. And Mina badly needed to tell someone to gauge how bad an idea it was. She couldn't hold it in any longer, so she just blurt out what was on her mind.

"D'you know anything about the black market?" she asked quickly, cautiously keeping her voice down despite the fact that they were already trespassing in the woods. Realizing the question probably sounded like it came out of nowhere, she hurried to explain, "I mean....that's why I made the traps, you know...to sell stuff. I just don't know what goes...I mean, a rabbit, that's good, but probably not as good as if I could really hunt..." She stopped, realizing she was babbling, and took a breath to clear her head.

"Sorry," she said with a sheepish smile. "It's just...I've been thinking about it for a while...but I really only know how to collect plants and stuff...I just thought if I could bring in a few animals..." She trailed off with a shrug, suddenly a bit embarrassed by her sudden barrage of questions at this girl who was practically a stranger.

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