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Apr. 20th, 2011 | 06:46 pm

Buguese stood outside the mansion, studying it. While it may have once been prosperous, it was nearly as depressing as Mantid-sama's castle. The biggest difference was, this world still had a sun. He scowled at it hatefully. Why did the humans have what the Insectors couldn't?

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Mar. 24th, 2011 | 07:17 pm

Buguese was glad to finally be leaving from the snow. He despised being on the train anyway, but having to deal with that weather made it much worse. As for the shoveling, he regretted volunteering for that. He hated having to associate with those incompetent Earthens.

As for now, he was in his room wondering about that contest which had been announced. He would absolutely not involve himself in it, and would not allow the mentioned consequences to effect him. If need be, he was sure he could overpower anyone on this train. He was the highest member of the Big Four, after all.

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Feb. 28th, 2011 | 07:50 pm

There was nothing pleasant about this location where the train had stopped. It only served to make Buguese more bitter of what his people were suffering back at home, a suffering that he could no longer do a thing about. In a world without sun, it was always cold and miserable like this place appeared to be.

All this time, he'd yet to find and eliminate the one responsible for bringing him here. Now, he decided, was as good a time as any. Though he had been sulking in his room, he decided to head out and continue his search on the train.

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Feb. 14th, 2011 | 08:22 am

A singing competition?! What was this nonsense? Not only was Buguese taken prisoner on a train, but now he was being toyed with. Whether or not he enjoyed singing (naturally, he didn't) this was inexcusable. Buguese didn't recognize the song he was supposed to be singing, nor the name of the person he would be singing with. Well, good. It would be difficult to force someone to do something they had no proper training for.

[Congratulations. Buguese is no less enraged for entry number two, so enter his room with caution]

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Feb. 2nd, 2011 | 05:19 pm

Buguese sat in his room, pondering. He had no idea where he currently was, or why, but he intended to find out. As the highest of the Big Four, and second only to Mantid-sama himself, his presence in the Inner World was vital. And from as much as he could gather this was most certainly not in the Inner World. He was somehow in the world of the humans. Whatever the case, he had no plans to cooperate, as it seemed was the intent at the gathering the other day. As soon as he determined who was in charge, they would return him or pay. Maybe both.

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Mar. 31st, 2010 | 08:31 pm

As he'd been doing basically nothing on the train lately (which was exactly what he wanted) all he was left to was his thoughts. Of course, that bought about the guilt. If he couldn't do a thing for his people, or even protect Aqune, he at least hoped to be competent in his skills, so when he was inevitably demoted once returning, he could work his way back to his position as the Big Four top.

To practice, he needed room, and that meant leaving the train, even though he didn't want to. Finding the Budew park, he decided it would be a good place for practice sparring with his sword. Anyone who dared get in his way... well he was armed.

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Mar. 6th, 2010 | 09:47 am

The train had stopped moving again, but there didn't seem to be anything worthwhile here for Buguese to do. Not that there was anything worthwhile on the train either, but at least if he stayed on the train, he likely wouldn't be bothered by anyone (or thing) he didn't already know. He hated to deal with humans to begin with, but at least the ones here generally weren't hostile to him. Some he could even tolerate.

Unless anything interesting happened to change his mind, for now he just planned to stay in his room, wondering if they'd ever stop making ridiculous stops and just get to the point.

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Jan. 20th, 2010 | 06:11 pm

Because it wasn't particularly crowded at the moment, Buguese decided to get something to eat from the dining cart. It disgusted him in a way that this place had no limits on food, while people in his land were starving and miserable. Having briefly been home, he was reminded very much of that fact.

Gathering enough, he began to head back to his room before anyone could bother him.

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Dec. 8th, 2009 | 05:11 pm

Buguese didn't have a clue what he was doing back on the dreaded train, though now in a different room, but at the moment, he didn't care about the reasoning. Only the vengeance, both for himself and Aqune. She hadn't mentioned where she'd been when she suddenly returned after suddenly disappearing. Sure, she was always quiet, but he knew she was dodging the matter. It only made sense that she'd been taken here again, because she wasn't the type of person to just leave her duties behind for no reason.

He was almost glad to be back. Now, he could make the conductor suffer until she would return him and never think to cross him or touch Aqune again. Because obviously, if she returned him once before, she had the power to do it again.

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Jun. 27th, 2009 | 08:15 am

Buguese hadn't wanted to touch whatever new magic had been bought to the train. By this point, he knew better than to believe it was more than an ordinary mirror, but still, he didn't want to use any of the conductor's help, and he didn't doubt there could be some kind of catch to using it.

However, he couldn't stand not knowing what was going on in his own world. Finally, he'd decided to give in and give the mirror a try.
"Show me Aqune," he said, really hoping no one was paying attention.

And then, he saw her, back at the castle, chanting as always. It was very reminiscent of how he always used to watch her, although then she was just feet away.
...And of course, if Aqune was still there, that meant they hadn't won the war yet. He knew he couldn't trust any of those inocompetents without his command.

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