"Why must I do this?" you whined as you were dragged off towards a certain Swiss man's house.
"Well dude I need to ask him for a new gun," Alfred explained as he dragged you to the front of the large estate.
"Why do I have to go along?" you asked as you yanked your hand free of the American's grasp.
"Well, Lili may miss you," he argued.
You rolled your eyes as he went up to press the doorbell on the Swiss estate. You sat on the steps as you waited for someone to answer the door. Alfred tapped his found on the cement. The American sighed impatiently and began to ring the doorbell obnoxiously.
"Alfred knock it off, maybe he isn't home." you scolded.
"Let's go check around back," he stated as he grabbed your hand.
"Isn't this trespassing?" you questioned as you stumbled from being grabbed.
"Not when you're with a hero," he proclaimed proudly.
"That wont pass in a court of law," you told him.
"You stay here, I'll go check the back door." he instructed as he let go of your hand.
You grumbled as he walked around back. You looked around at your surroundings as you took in all the beautiful sights of Switzerland. Birds flew above you into the tree of the surrounding forest. A soft breeze blew, causing the somewhat tall grass to brush against your ankle.
You smiled as the sounds of nature filled your ears, but the sound was cut short. The distinctive noise of a gun being cocked filled the air. You then felt something press up against the side of your head. You froze in fear, not knowing what the object was.
"I don't care much for trespassers," a stern voice stated.
"Oh Vash there you are," Alfred yelled as he approached the two of you. Vash's gun moved from the side of your head and straight towards the American's.
"Why are you here," he demanded.
"Let's just put the gun away Vash," you calmly said as you tried to lower his arm. Vash gave you a stern look before he placed his gun back in it's holster.
"Why are you two here?" he asked.
"I need a new gun," Alfred stated. "Plus, ____ here has something to tell you." he smirked.
Vash sighed, frustration evident in his voice. "Fine, follow me. _____ you're free to come inside."
Vash began to walk towards the front of the house. Alfred walked next to you, as he elbowed your shoulder.
"What was that for," you hissed.
"Tell him how you feel," Alfred whispered to you.
"I don't like him though!" you stuttered, a dark blush painted you cheeks.
"Whatever you say dude," Alfred laughed as you all reached the front door.
Vash opened it and motioned for you and Alfred to step inside. You nodded a thanks as he closed the door behind him.
"Alfred what kind of gun were you looking for?" Vash asked.
"I am not too sure," Alfred pondered.
"So you came here to ask for a gun. Yet, you don't know what kind of gun you want?" Vash questioned angrily.
''Pretty much yes," Alfred responded as he shoved his hands in his pockets. "Well, I am just going to go back to the meeting hall. Bye, ____!" he shouted as he ran out the door.
Vash huffed and slammed the door behind Alfred. "Blatant idiot," Vash grumbled.
"Sorry about Alfred. He just dragged me here," you apologized. "I'll just be going now."
"Wait, didn't you have something to tell me?" he asked.
"No, it was just Alfred being an idiot." you sighed. "I'll see you at the meeting tonight Vash."
"Alright fine, I'll see you later." he stated. You nodded and began to walk out the door. "Wait! _____, would you like to go out after the meeting?"
You turned to look at him surprised. "Yeah, I'd like that," you blushed.
"Great," he said as he smiled which would otherwise be highly unusual. "I'll see you after the meeting."
"Bye," you giggled as you quickly kissed his cheek and walked out the front door.
"Yeah, bye." he called out after you. Vash patted his holster to make sure his favourite gun was there.
He felt the leather was actually empty. His eyes narrowed as his brain figured out where his favourite gun had ended up.
"Alfred Jones," he sneered as he grabbed his riffle off a nearby rack. "You're going to regret trespassing on my property."