Weiss starred out her car window as she drove down the neighborhood street until her phone dinged letting out a robotic, 'You have arrived.' She pressed her foot down on the break jerking forward slightly and looked out at the two-story house that sat on a green lawn in the middle-class neighborhood. "There's no way..." Weiss muttered as she put her car in park, turning it off in order to save on gas. A suburban home wasn't exactly where she had expected a vampire to make its home. Of course, Weiss knew her view of vampires was somewhat twisted but she still didn't expect to find one in suburban Vale. If asked and told to answer honestly, she would say she had expected to find a vampire living in a run-down apartment in a lower income part of Vale populated by drug addicts and prostitutes. Not in a quaint looking two-story house in a quiet-looking suburban neighborhood in a small town just outside Vale.

Letting out a sigh she opened the door and climbed out, slamming the door shut behind her before heading up toward the house. She noticed the several lawn ornaments that littered the yard and the small garden that was up against the front of the house. It looked well taken care of which made her think someone took good care of it. Weiss took a deep breath as she came to a stop in front of the door. She let it out and pressed the doorbell which rung in a rhythmic tone for three beats before the door was swung up revealing a person who glared at her like she had just committed an egregious crime. They were tall, not too tall mind you, but taller then Weiss which most people were. She had black hair dyed red at the tips that just brushed her chin. But it was her eyes that caught Weiss's attention the most. She had never seen someone with silver eyes before. Maybe it was a vampire thing.

She swallowed the lump in her throat, managing to let out a much too meek, "I'm here for a session with Ruby Rose?"

The person expression immediately softened and she gave Wiess a toothy smile revealing a set of elongated canine teeth, fangs if you will. "You're Weiss Schnee?" Weiss nodded and the vampire gestured for her to enter the house. Weiss hesitantly did as she was told entering the house and finding it looked very much a family lived there leading Weiss to wonder just who else lived here. The vampire moved toward a set of stairs that more than likely lead to the second floor. "My room is up here. Privacy and all." Wiess just nodded and mutely followed the vampire up the stairs. The top floor was cloaked in darkness, the windows along one side of the hall completely covered with cardboard and black tape. Weiss trailed her fingers along the wall as she followed the vampire her eyes slowly adjusted to the low light of the hall. The vampire came to a stop and gestured to the open doorway. "After you."

"Thanks..." Weiss muttered as she entered the room which was even darker than the hallway. Unconsciously she reached for light switch flipping it on only for nothing to happen.

"Sorry. I'm pretty sensitive to light so I removed the light." The vampire said as she gave a half shrug.

"You mean the lightbulb, right?" Weiss asked confused.

"No, I meant the light." The vampire responded with a gesture at where the light should have been but instead, there were just wires. It looked like it had been torn right from the ceiling. The vampire closed the door behind her and walked over to the bed leaving Weiss standing awkwardly, unsure what to do. "Come sit next to me." The vampire patted the bed and Weiss walked over, taking a seat on the edge of the bed. The sat in awkward silence for a good few minutes before the vampire finally spoke, "Sooo..." The vampire dragged out the word before letting out an anxious laugh, "This is a kinda awkward, right?"

Weiss laughed herself relieved that she wasn't the only one experiencing this awkward tension. "Yeah. It is."

"This is, uh, actually my first time." The vampire said as she rubbed the back of her neck anxiously.

"Using Blood Buddies?"

"Um, well yeah that too but I was actually referring to it being my first time tasting human blood." She ended it with a laugh but Weiss was suddenly very uncomfortable.

"You've never drunk human blood before?" There was an unsureness in her voice as she spoke. She hated it.

"Well, yeah. It's not like I could feed without getting into some major trouble." A frown pulled at Weiss's lips as she continued to talk, "I mean there are services I could have gone to but my dad and sister aren't exactly 'Vampire Friendly' if you know what I mean."

Weiss knew exactly what she meant. "So, you decided to hire a blood prostitute?"

The vampire threw her head back, laughing, "Yeah. I guess you can call it that." She smiled down at her, "I'm just glad my sister left for the night. She can be a bit...Overprotective."

Weiss nodded, taking a deep breath and letting it out before saying, "Are we going to do this or not?"

The vampire's eyes widened, "We don't have to rush or anything." She waved her hands in front of herself, "My sister won't back until later. I don't want you to be uncomfortable."

"Listen, Ruby, I'm just doing this for the money so can we get this over with already." Weiss watched as the vampire nodded and moved so that she was kneeling on the ground.

"Give me your hand." Weiss looked down at the vampire on her knees quirking her brow at her.

"What are you doing?"

"I, uh, need you hand. To feed."

"Wouldn't you typically go for the neck?"

"Well, yeah, but this way is safer."

"Okay." Weiss gave the Vampire her hand, "Be careful."

"I will." The vampire muttered before biting into her wrist causing Weiss to gasp as a sharp pain shot through her wrist before it went numb. Weiss focused on breathing and tried not to worry about just why her hand had gone numb. She wasn't sure how long had passed when the vampire removed her fangs from her wrist, running her tongue over the bite marks sending a shiver up Weiss's spine, "Damn. I didn't think it would taste like that."

"Do I taste good?" Weiss laughed and the vampire looked up at her through her lashes. Her silver eyes seeming to glow in the dark.

She licked her lips and nodded, "Yes. Very much so." She leaned back down, pressing her lips against Weiss's wrist before digging her fangs into the flesh. It didn't hurt as much as the first time but she could still feel the sting of it, if ever so slightly.

Weiss closed her eyes, grabbing a fistful of bedsheets and trying to keep her composure. She let out a gasp as the vampire removed her fangs from her wrist and shivered as she ran her tongue over the bite marks. Weiss looked down at the vampire who smirked up at her. Weiss opened her mouth to speak when the door suddenly flew open, flooding the room with light, "Ruby, I'm home!" Weiss stiffed as she took in the women who stood in the doorway and the woman took in her current position. The happy smile faded into a look of suspicion, "Ruby what's going on?"

Ruby finally pulled away looking up at the women, "H-hey, Yang. You're home early."

Anger filled the women's, Yangs, features as she stood up completely, "You two with me." She gestured for them to follow as she moved out of the doorway and down the hall.

The vampire let out a heavy sigh as she stood up, "We better follow her. She never very reasonable when she's angry."

Weiss watched the vampire stalk out of her room and into the hall before hesitantly following her. She didn't know what was going to happen but she also didn't have much choice.

Ruby stalked into the kitchen collapsing onto one of the chairs that surrounded the table letting out an agitated huff. She had really hoped to avoid this. Getting yelled at by her sister wasn't something that she wanted to experience. She watched as Yang paced back and forth, agitation coming off of her in waves. "You. Leave. Now." She growled pointing at Weiss, who as standing awkwardly in the doorway.

Ruby gave her a shrug as if I to say, 'See. Not exactly vampire friendly.' She watched as Weiss disappeared down the hall, back toward the front door before turning back to Yang who had stopped pacing and was now muttering to herself while running her hands through her hair.

"This is fucked, Ruby." Yang muttered, leaning against the table as she ran her hands over her face, "Why the hell would you do this Ruby?"

"I was hungry, Yang." Ruby crossed her arms over her chest as she scowled at her sister.

"You were hungry?" Yang nearly yelled, her tone unbelieving. "We buy you Hemo-Synth so why the hell would you need to do..." She gave a vague gesture, "That?"

Anger flared in Ruby and she slammed her fist down on the table, "Why?" The way Yang flinched gave her some kind of sick satisfaction. "That shit is disgusting. I can bearly stomach it, Yang."

"It's not that bad," Yang said but there was an unsureness to her words, "Right?"

Ruby let out a huff, pushing herself to her feet and moving over to the refrigerator. Opening it, she reached inside and pulled out one of the plastic bottles of Hemo-Synth. She closed the door with a little to much force, turning to look at Yang who was looked more confused now than angry. Ruby opened the lid, breaking the seal letting the foul stench leak out.

"Ruby, what are you-" Yang started only to be cut off when Ruby shoved to now open bottle into her face.

"Smell it."


"Smell it, Yang," Ruby repeated and watched as her sister gently leaned forward giving the contents a hesitant sniff only to gag. "Exactly. Now I want you to drink it."

"What!? No way!" Yang yelled, "Hemo-Synth is for Vampires."

"Actually, according to research done by independent study groups, while Hemo-Synth is marketed as being for vampires it's actually completely safe for human consumption." Ruby spoke, and Yang stared down at the bottle suspicion tainting her features, "Drink it, Yang." Ruby wanted Yang to know just what she had been going through the past three years. Being forced to drink this sludge for three years had been near torture.

Yang hesitantly took the bottle from Ruby, glancing up at her before pressing it to her lips tilting it back only to gag the moment the red liquid hit her tongue.

She dropped the bottle on the floor sending the contents spilling to the floor as Yang ran over to the sink, emptying her stomach into the basin. Ruby carefully maneuvered her way over to her sister and began rubbing her back as she continued gag. "That was disgusting." Yang muttered between gags glancing up at Ruby, "I can't believe we made you drink this shit for three years and you didn't say anything."

"Yeah, well you and dad don't usually have the best reactions to anything vamp related."

"Ruby you know we-"

"You what Yang? Love me? Care about me?" Ruby snapped, "I know you do but that doesn't change how you both view vampires. As much as you both want to deny that fact, you both need to realize that I am a vampire. I've already come to terms with it so maybe you two need to find it within yourself to accept it as well."

Yang let out a sigh, reaching for a cup filling it with water and taking a sip. She slooshed the water around her mouth, spitting it into the sink, "You don't think I've accepted it? You don't think I've come to terms with the fact that your not human anymore?"

"I don't know? Have you?" Ruby snapped again walking over to the other side of the kitchen, "Because a lot of the things you do say otherwise."

"Of course I have. You're my sister, Ruby. I love you. The fact that your vampire doesn't affect how I feel about you."

"Then why don't you fucking act like it Yang," Ruby growled, grabbing a roll of paper towels from the counter and tossed them at her sister. "I'm going to keep doing what I'm doing and there's nothing either you or dad can do about it."

Ruby watched as Yang wound paper towels around her hand, "Nothing even dad can do?"

"Nothing," Ruby repeated as Yang tossed the towels onto the puddle of Hemo-Synth.

"What if I told dad about your guest, huh? About what you did and plan to keep doing?" Yang said as she used her foot to wipe up the mess.

"If you do that, I'll leave." Ruby quipped causing Yang to look up, shocked.


"If you tell dad, I'll leave."

Yang shook her head, "You wouldn't..."

"I would, Yang." Ruby crossed her arms over her chest, "I've stayed here for three years when I didn't have to. Not because I wanted to but because I knew what leaving would do to dad and you. It would break dad, I know that, but I can't pretend that everything is the same when it's not." Ruby stepped forward, placing a hand on Yang's arm, "All I'm asking is that you don't tell dad. I just need a little freedom to be, well, me."

"You'll stay if I lie for you?" Yang asked, quirking her brow at Ruby.

"Yes. That's what I said, isn't it?" Ruby responded and Yang relaxed, letting out a sigh.

"Okay. So, what's our story?"