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あくまで執事ですから。
I welcome you. Please let me introduce myself. My name is Sebastian Michaelis and I am the humble servant to the Phantomhive Estate. Can I be of any assistence? {Roleplay-Blog for Sebastian Michaelis, Kuroshitsuji} ____________________________________________________
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This all was a mess. There was no other way to describe it.

Even if Sebastian was certain of wanting to stay, Ciel was thrown back into a state of uncertainty about himself and how to handle the world around him. Hopefully it would pass in a few days, but for now he didn’t want to do anything other than hide away in his house.

He could stay there without issues, right?

Shaking his head, Ciel didn’t bother attempting to get up. Even something to drink sounded like too much effort. “No thank you…. Maybe later.” Not that he could see himself wanting to get up anytime soon.

The older had never witnessed something like this. He couldn’t tell what he should do to undo what he had done the evening before, he didn’t know what was going on in Ciel’s mind. There were so many things he wanted to ask and talk about but bringing back bad memories wouldn’t help the teen. The only thing he could do was to act as normal as possible, he guessed – and he thought about suggesting the young male to go to a doctor. Though, he doubted the other would agree. He didn’t want to talk about the whole matter, not to a doctor either, probably.

Sebastian sighed quietly when the teen refused the cocoa, too. He should try again a little later, now there simply was no use, it seemed. For a moment he was reluctant to get up to fetch himself something, though Ciel had told him to make what he wanted for himself.

He carefully got up.

“I’ll be right back.“ He would hurry. Some cereal would be enough as he didn’t really want something, either, and he didn’t want to leave the other alone for too long.

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He couldn’t help but feel guilty that Sebastian was worried. The other shouldn’t have to worry about him and what happened. This wasn’t what the other signed up for when he showed up at his door that first day.

Ciel felt his throat tighten at the comment. He didn’t want Sebastian to know, didn’t want him to realize how messed up he was from everything that happened to him. Though, there was no going back and hiding it now, but he didn’t know what to say. Instead, he simply closed his eyes and tried focusing on the feeling of his scalp being rubbed. That felt nice.

However, the question about eating something got a small shake of his head from Ciel. It would probably be best to eat something, but he just didn’t feel like it. Putting food in his mouth was not among things he wanted to do. He worried he would be unable to swallow it in the first place. “No…I’m fine….”

Sebastian hadn’t signed up for any of this when coming to the teen that very first day. The young male had had every right to simply send him away and tell him to never come back again. It hadn’t been planned that they would end up like this. And now it was much too late. Ciel had easily caught his interest and after spending so much time with him, the ravenette didn’t want to imagine not having him around anymore.

It didn’t matter what a mess all of this was.

All he wanted was to keep the other in his life. The teenager’s worries were for naught. Nothing had changed between them; he didn’t want Ciel any less because of this. If anything, the urge to protect the younger after everything he had destroyed only grew. He had to try and make him happy again.

“Cocoa then?“ The man wouldn’t give up so easily. When the other refused food then he should at least drink something. He didn’t want him to feel sick later because his stomach was completely empty.

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There was no saying how Ciel would react when he finally was told of the things Sebastian kept from him. At least for now he could be blissfully unaware.

Unaware and attempting to recover from the night before.

Hearing Sebastian’s reply to his question, Ciel wasn’t sure if the other was being honest with him. It didn’t seem like he slept that well. Was he worried? It wasn’t his fault that he was triggered like that. “…are you sure? I’m sorry for worrying you….”

He was apologizing again.

Eating was probably a good idea, but the idea of eating anything heavy wasn’t exactly appealing. Ciel lost his appetite. “You can make whatever you want to have…. I’m not really hungry.” And he probably wouldn’t be for a few days.

He was worried. Perhaps it would calm the other’s mind somewhat if Sebastian would tell him that he wasn’t worried, but he didn’t want that. He wanted the teen to know that seeing him like that and hearing about Ciel’s past had affected him, because it wasn’t something that could just be shrugged off. No indifference would be coming from the ravenette. Though, he also wanted the young male to understand that he wasn’t to blame and that he didn’t need to apologize for anything.

“I’m fine, I’m sure,“ the older answered, fingertips rubbing at Ciel‘s scalp, “I wouldn’t have wanted you to—hold that back and not let me know.“ Worrying about this now was much better than still being unaware, doing more things that would hurt and scare the teenager. It was good that this wasn’t a secret anymore, no matter the guilt it brought.

The ravenette wasn’t very hungry himself, but it would only get worse later the day when they would eat nothing at all now. “I could bring you something small. Cereal? Dry toast, maybe?“ Even just a few bites would be better than nothing.

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Ciel kept looking out of the window, a curious expression on his face as he looked out of it as best as he could. Satan had turned him only a few years ago, when the contract he’d had with him ended. It was a memory he’d like to forget, and soon. Remembering it only made him scared and caused him to tremble, so he shoved it as far away as he could.

He looked over at Sebastian, just in time to see the firm nod he was given, and he recognized the commands left in it. He was to stay in the carriage, and wait. But, he was so curious, and his car instincts always won out in the end. He sighed, a few minutes after Sebastian had left, and walked toward the door of the carriage. He was curious and scared to leave it, but, he opened the door and climbed out. His ears were against his head, and his tail was tucked away in his pants, as much as he could get it. He walked around, noticing the odd looks, sometimes fearful ones, he was given. A few insults were given, and he flinched, walking past a random alley.

It was as he passed it that he was pulled back, and he felt a hand cover his mouth as he screamed and widened his eyes. He was being pressed against a body as he heard a dark laugh, his tail being yanked free of his pants. “I thought I smelled a pet.” He heard the demon say, and he struggled, fear lighting up in his eyes. It only made the demon angry, as he felt a slap rain down on his cheek before he was punched in the gut.

His leg already hurt, and he tasted blood in his mouth, before crying out as his gut was punched, the breath leaving him as he crumpled in his arms. “There we go. Now you’re submitting.” He heard before clawing at the hands holding him, making him glad the demon he stayed with hadn’t cut them. The demon holding him hissed in pain, and he continued to struggle, kicking him and clawing. But he was too weak, and it only made the demon holding him laugh and lunch him again, and again.

The demon had hurried. It hadn’t taken him more than half an hour to get everything he had been looking for. There was the hint of annoyance inside of him, because he had actually put effort into something – again – without really having to. It wasn’t his duty to take care of this little creature. He wasn’t even his pet. The larger part of him definitely tended to the other to irritate Ciel’s true owner, but having never seen a pet that had been human before, he was also curious, especially so after learning a few things about the little one already. The ravenette sighed.

Though, his brows knitted, more and more so, the nearer he came to the carriage.

He had ordered the other to stay there.

Eyes narrowed. A human surely wouldn’t have approached the vehicle and dragged the small one outside – and any demon would recognite this carriage. They wouldn’t dare to take what currently belonged to him. Ciel must have left on his own will. Maybe he should just leave it at that. The other had been wary of him; perhaps he had taken the chance to escape. The man shrugged.

However, he couldn’t completely ignore that the smaller demon had disregarded his orders.

It couldn’t be that difficult to find him. With his injured leg, Ciel wasn’t very quick, after all. And he was right – he didn’t have to search long to find the little demon. Though, he wasn’t alone. “Now now,“ the ravenette clicked his tongue, eyes flashing dangerously as a smirk grew on his lips, “Do you really believe it is a good idea to lay hands on something that isn’t yours?“

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