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Teddy BearsIf there was one thing Genesis strove to keep from his comrades, it was his teddy bear collection. He had bears of every color, size, texture and pattern.Teddy Bears by Chaosbayne
If a bear came in that color or pattern, you bet Genesis had already bought one. He never had more than one of a certain kind either, unless they were different. For example,
Genesis had ten solid red bears, but they were all different sizes.
He had a secret room just for his bears; where they were expertly organized. Colors were arranged like a rainbow while the other colors not in a rainbow were strategically placed nearby. All the bears of a certain pattern were placed together; plaid with plaid, striped with striped and so on.
Recently, Genesis had heard of SOLDIER bears going up for sale. These were the rarest of bears as there were only three of each SOLDIER ever made; four different bears total.
Swift to purchase them for his collection, Genesis paid ten thousand gil per bear.
Pleased that his collection was currently up to da
Sugar CubesAngeal had an obsession with sugar. It had to be in cube form and it had to be cane sugar; conventional sugar looked too much like salt for his liking. Cane sugar was light brown in color, therefore easily distinguished.Sugar Cubes by Chaosbayne
After many hours of frustration, Angeal went to the store to buy a special square shaped dish for his sugar. Round bowls just wouldn’t hold the sugar exactly the way Angeal wanted.
Angeal also had an obsession with the number twenty four; thus he stacked his sugar cubes into a pyramid consisting of twenty four cubes. The square dish was perfect; the cubes fit just right.
Watching his friends closely, Angeal knew there would be trouble when he saw both of them stumble in sleepily. His precious sugar cubes were in danger for sure.
Sure enough, when Sephiroth reached for the dish, his hand fumbled and sugar cubes tumbled to the table. Angeal winced as the cubes broke slightly upon coming into contact with the hard table.
To make matters worse, Genesis then reached o