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RoTG: Shift Deleted scene (part 1)

Hilary and Mori were seen at a BBQ, hoping to make some friends with other people that lived in the cabins. "I'm super, how've you been Jake?" Mori asked, smiling a bit. "Never better, thank God for the weekend! Hey everyone, I'd like you to meet the new people, Hilary, Mori and their daughter. Hilary, Mori, this is beth, she runs and owns a restaurant!" Jake said, happily introducing the blonde haired woman. "A restaurant owner, that sounds intriguing." Hilary said, sounding really interested. "Well it can be quiet a challenge, but I gotta admit, I eat it for breakfast! And what do you do, Hilary?" Hilary proudly smiled, holding her baby Marceline, "I'm a home maker.", saying it with pride, but Beth looked at her like she was insane. "Well, me and Mori only have one child, but she can be quiet demanding, can't you little flower?" she asked Marceline, kissing her head, the baby puking on her. Beth looked disgusted as she saw this, "But motherhood is so much more demanding.." Hilary added, hearing Beth say, "That's nice.." walking far away, Mori holding onto Hilary as a way of reassuring her that she was the best mother.

As Mori was helping cutting steaks, Hilary talked with other mother's, who talked about all sorts of things from how long it took to give birth to their children to the cute things they do, "Hahaha, throw away my prime years, trailing after a bunch of snotty kids? No thank you! Hello?! Hello I wanna do something with my life!" Beth yelled, making Hilary pissed. Hilary was a shifter fighter before motherhood and she loved being a mother, Mori in return, loved being a father to a beautiful girl like Marceline. "Wait a minute!" Hilary yelled, making everyone stop talking, Mori in particular looking at her. "You consider raising a family nothing?" she asked Beth, confused by what she heard. "Well, I guess it's more substantial for untalented women like yourself." Beth replied, confident in her answer. "What's more important? A job saving lives, is that important?? What about risking my life??? What about risking my life on a daily on a daily basis, fighting against creatures that shape shift so that people like you can sleep in safety in security, would you consider that job important?????" she asked Beth, who couldn't believe how mad Hilary was. "Uh...Yes, I would...I would..." Beth said. "Well that's the job I gave up for my new job: Raising a family and nobody is gonna tell me it's any less important!" she replied, glaring at her. "I'm so sorry, I meant no offense...What on earth did you used to do?" Beth asked, everyone noticing Hilary's shocked expression, she realized she said too much.
This is part one of a deleted scene from an rp I do with :iconlivingalivecreator:

The idea is that Mori and Hilary live in the woods in a cabin, where no shifter fight would bother the family of three. At the BBQ, Hilary meets a woman named Beth, who as said in the fanfic thingy owns and runs a restaurant. She is disgusted by motherhood, but Hilary isn't, which kind of pisses off Hilary who was a shifter fighter, whom proved to Mori that there are kind humans like her. Hilary stands up for motherhood, show how passionate she is about motherhood.

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LivingAliveCreator Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Uh oh :D
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specter-fangal Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Student Writer

If you thought Mori was scariest pissed, Hilary can be just as terrifying X'D

 

Part 2 will be how Zephyr finds out about Marceline

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LivingAliveCreator Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
cool
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specter-fangal Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Student Writer
Yeah x3
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