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It's not Rin's fault if Yukio won't open up and talk about his problems. .. The prior relationship between the sibs was intolerable. Yukio kept. Rin's been having bullying problems lately, and things become much Normally, he would take them on, but for Yukio's sake, he decides against it. any info or emphasis on the relationship between the demon brothers. 日本未YET Yukio is Rin's younger twin brother. While Rin has repeatedly stated throughout the series that he is the older of the two, it is mentioned by several.
Things seemed to be settling down and he just wanted to get home quick. He had a dinner to help cook god dammit. Rin slowly stood up, not wanting to strain his already broken rib.
With his hand at his side clutching the injury, he continued his way back to the dorms. To his frustration, he didn't make it far before he sensed another presence.
This time, whoever it was, they were well hidden and obviously skilled. He had almost missed their presence, but his training with Shura coupled with the adrenaline from his earlier confrontation had left his demon sense even more heightened than usual. Rin cursed his luck, teeth gritting as he contemplated his next move.
He was SO close to the dorms. If he were forced into a battle with this person, who was obviously NOT human, his injuries would only set him back. Suddenly, before he could react and even attempt to draw Kurikara, he was face to face with Amaimon, the Earth King. Said demon was effortlessly hanging upside down from a tree, sucking his lollipop, face so uncomfortably close to Rin he could almost feel the other's breath against his cheeks.
Rin immediately jumped back, quick to separate himself from the dangerous demon. Rin was sorely tempted to face palm. What a stupid question, of course Mephisto was behind this. The man had a sick sense of humour and this was definitely something he liked to do - that being sicking bloodthirsty demons on innocent young boys. He really didn't need this. And if you start something, Mephisto will have your head" That much Rin was sure of.
It was obvious he held some sort of power over the demon. He also loved his school and position and wouldn't take to it kindly if Amaimon ruined that.
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Rin just hoped it would be enough to ward the demon off. Amaimon's POV Amaimon could only stare silently at his little brother. He seemed incredibly desperate to avoid a fight, and Amaimon nearly picked one just to spite him. However, he knew Rin was right and he didn't want to piss Mephisto off after finally being allowed free roaming privileges. His little brother was really weak sometimes.
He took that back. Rin was weak most of the time. Though perhaps it was not entirely his fault. He had been stolen from their father, from Gehanna, and raised in the land of Assiah, where the damn exorcists had smothered whatever power he had within.
His lack of a proper upbringing had left him completely clueless on his demonic heritage and culture, and as a result, his powers were unpolished and full of openings. Though at the same time he defied the very definition of a demon. Unlike every other demon in existence, he was only at his best when fighting to protect, not destroy. He had chosen to embrace the human side of life, choosing what he believed to be morally right choices when killing would be a much more quicker and efficient ending.
He simply couldn't grasp what father saw in Rin. The king of Gehanna had sent out hordes of demons to retrieve his son when he realised the boy was missing. Even Astaroth, a member of the eight kings had been involved in the search.
Satan had thrown an even bigger fit when he had failed to retrieve his youngest son from the now deceased priest and paladin, Fujimoto. The whole of hell had been quiet that day, every demon all to aware that a single mistake could've set off the already temperamental king.
All that drama over a single human child. In Amaimon's opinion, the boy was too weak to even be an effective vessel. He may have possessed the prized flames, but his stamina and overall weaker body would still be a setback for Satan if he had ever the chance to take it. Mephisto's interest on the other, now that was a whole new story. His borderline obsession with Rin was completely understandable and perhaps even predictable. The strange but admittedly enjoyable aspects of Assiah had always fascinated the man.
And Rin was just that, a strange but enjoyable toy in which Mephisto could have all for himself to use as he pleased. Gracefully, Amaimon detached himself from the branch on which he was hanging and landed on the ground with a soft thump.
Rin subconsciously took a step back and Amaimon felt himself smirk on the inside. To anyone else on the outside though, his face remained expressionless. He couldn't enjoy the thrill of fighting his brother, but he could at least have fun scaring him.
Rin always gave the best of reactions, and currently he looked like a cornered lamb. Quite adorable was what Mephisto would say. Amaimon took one step forward and Rin immediately grabbed his blade. To his slight surprise, the boy flinched at the movement. It was then that Amaimon took a closer inspection of his little brother and noticed his roughed up condition.
His trained eye efficiently counted the bruises that covered the boy's face and body.
It was also quite clear that Rin had broken his ribs. He had reflexively leaned to the side, trying to keep them hidden and protected. It was also then that Amaimon felt an unknown feeling run rampant in his body. He immediately brushed it off as annoyance towards the fact that someone had fought and injured HIS opponent when he himself could not.
You've been picking a fight with someone? The injuries weren't too serious so a demon couldn't have done it. But his brother wasn't so pathetic as to lose to a human. Rin's eyes widened the moment he heard the question, but they quickly set into a fierce glare when he processed the term Amaimon had used to address him.
It was one of the few times he truly resembled the demon he was born to be.
It was plain to see he hated it when Amaimon spoke to him so casually, as if they were really family and actually cared for each other. The dark haired youth felt no attachment to the demon side of his family and clearly expressed it.
To Amaimon, that didn't matter. Rin could deny it all he wanted, but he could never change the fact he was a blood related son of Satan. His denial was more of a reason to address him so lovingly. It was also a common thing for demon relatives to not get along, at least in the upper class and nobility. The only reason why his family tolerated each other so well was due to the fact it made ruling over Gehanna easier. The Eight Demon Kings would each take charge and rule over a certain part or section of hell, with their own delegated duties and subjects.
They would also help one another maintain and control any demons that got too rowdy. This method ensured they would always remain at the top. Of course they did this all while serving under their father Satan, who would leave them be if they didn't oppose his rule.
Just as quickly, Amaimon reached out and grabbed one of Rin's arms, effectively stopping the boy. He tightened his grip and allowed his claws to poke at Rin's skin when the boy tried to resist. He then turned his little brother to face him before lifting up a sleeve to reveal a bruise almost reminiscent to a handprint.
He raised his eyebrows internally and looked up to stare at Rin, eyes demanding an answer.BLUE EXORCIST:RIN AND YUKIO!
The boy however immediately became defensive, snatching back his arms and pulling the sleeves down. Since when did you care what happened to me anyways? Just leave me alone! It was another strange quirk he had; as to demons, lying should come as naturally as breathing.
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This was also another reason to why his brother was so pathetic. As Amaimon pondered over this, Rin stormed off and this time, he didn't give chase. Instead, he allowed his mind to wonder off to another topic, more specifically, Rin's previous question. Why was he so determined to find out what was wrong with Rin?
After a few minutes of thinking, he concluded he did it to get into Mephisto's good book, nothing more. Todo asked Yukio what life would be if Rin died and he looks so scared omg. His whole life is centered around protecting Rin. I admire his great determination, but that is also his biggest flaw.
Yukio has built not only his entire life but his entire self around Rin. He hates himself and the one thing that gives his life meaning and makes him worth something is his brother.
He feels worthless without Rin, and if he were to die Yukio would wind up completely empty. Because he grew up around role models such as his foster father and Rin he feels as though it is his job to protect people. However, back to the subject at hand, when Yukio looses his role model, his elder brother, beholder of memories warm with the scent of childhood and the only person in the world capable of saving him from himself, what do we expect to get?
When the wall in this sense, Rin tumbles out from beneath you, you fall with it and lay among the rubble wondering what happened.
Not the other way around. With Rin gone, I think the only person capable of pulling him out of this is none other than Shura. He protects Rin because deep down he needs to protect Rin.
He desperately needs Rin and he wants Rin to need him, too. In his eyes, Rin is more important to him than Yukio is to Rin. Up until Rin joined Cram School, Shiemi was something they did not have in common. Before Yukio started this whole thing, Yukio did have a goal- to help people.
He wanted to help others by becoming a Doctor. But Yukio IS a good person. He just needs a catalyst to force him into seeing that. Rather than making people back off with fists Yukio uses cold words and disassociation.