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The worst part is how damn defeated he looks over it.

Jyou knows perfectly well he isn’t up to the task of protecting six other kids in a world that he can barely handle himself. But he’s been taught his whole life to respect seniority over, you know, legitimate capability, so now he thinks it’s his sole responsibility to watch out for everyone else despite the fact that he is literally actually the worst imaginable person in the group for that job. He’s not doing this because he wants to, or because it’s his first instinct, or because he actually thinks he’d be any good at it. He honestly believes in his heart that there is no other choice, so he’ll force himself to own up to the task. And he’ll sink or swim.

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