A Sense of Shame, 5/6, Sunset of the Hunter"I'm moving this!" Engineer's declaration was swiftly followed by the form of him hauling his toolbox over one shoulder as he took off in the direction of the courtyard. Scout's eyes followed him for a moment, his bat idly hitting off his palm. Again, the bridge was completely covered. He had been almost golden, hoofing it three quarters of the way across, when he was met with the business end of a Minigun, its Heavy standing in the safety of the RED base's left doorway. He'd already let out his cry of frustration upon waking up in respawn. Using the sewer was fine, but the smell wasn't very thrilling.A Sense of Shame, 5/6, Sunset of the Hunter by nightchildmoonchild
A shadow fell across the BLU sign for a moment before rapidly disappearing. Rather than making an exclamation, Scout switched out his weapon, and took off. He didn't want a third party this time. Besides, he would at least be a somewhat time-consuming distraction in order to grant Engineer a few extra moments to get set up.
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A Sense of Shame, 4/6, Lullabies"I wanted to show you this so many times before," Scout's mother began, "but I wasn't sure what it would give away." Fastening a hand around the handle, she tugged open the drawer to her side of the bed, upon which Scout was sitting, his legs slung over the side. He had rarely been in the master bedroom of the house, save for when he was younger. The nights had seemed longer to a child, the shadows longer, and scarier, taking on the forms of monsters that would eat him in his sleep. The ghost stories Norman used to tell him didn't necessarily help, but he would always beg for them out of overwhelming curiosity. His fears would cause him to scamper off to his mother's room, and find solace in her arms. Scout's eyes widened in anticipation. What further surprise did she hold for him? As enticing as it was, he would rather have called it a day. He had been shocked far enough.A Sense of Shame, 4/6, Lullabies by nightchildmoonchild
Reaching down, she tugged out what appeared to be a piece of paper before flipping it over, and holding it out to