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[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7257256/1/Chasing_After_The_Wind Chasing After The Wind]] is a currently running fanfiction work found on Website/FanFictionDotNet written by Doctor Yok. It showcases Lavi, a Bookman apprentice from the series DGrayMan, in Argentina on a rare mission without any of his usual compatriots. However, Lavi's carefully stored memories from past stints in different 'personas' as a Bookman's apprentice are coming back to bite him. While coping with his sudden lack of control over his vivid memories, he must solve the mystery of Akuma blood in a river that had been dry for hundreds of years. Along for the ride is Esperanza Castillo, [[TheStoic an incredibly calm]] Argentinian ''vaquera'' who serves as his guide and perhaps, maybe, as a friend. On the chase after him are a Noah, one drug lord, and a horde of Akuma and henchman as he tries to beat them to a supposedly cursed spring at the top of an Argentinian mountain.

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[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7257256/1/Chasing_After_The_Wind Chasing After The Wind]] is a currently running fanfiction work found on Website/FanFictionDotNet written by Doctor Yok. It showcases Lavi, a Bookman apprentice from the series DGrayMan, ''Manga/DGrayMan'', in Argentina on a rare mission without any of his usual compatriots. However, Lavi's carefully stored memories from past stints in different 'personas' as a Bookman's apprentice are coming back to bite him. While coping with his sudden lack of control over his vivid memories, he must solve the mystery of Akuma blood in a river that had been dry for hundreds of years. Along for the ride is Esperanza Castillo, [[TheStoic an incredibly calm]] Argentinian ''vaquera'' who serves as his guide and perhaps, maybe, as a friend. On the chase after him are a Noah, one drug lord, and a horde of Akuma and henchman as he tries to beat them to a supposedly cursed spring at the top of an Argentinian mountain.


[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7257256/1/Chasing_After_The_Wind Chasing After The Wind]] is a currently running fanfiction work found on FanFictionNet written by Doctor Yok. It showcases Lavi, a Bookman apprentice from the series DGrayMan, in Argentina on a rare mission without any of his usual compatriots. However, Lavi's carefully stored memories from past stints in different 'personas' as a Bookman's apprentice are coming back to bite him. While coping with his sudden lack of control over his vivid memories, he must solve the mystery of Akuma blood in a river that had been dry for hundreds of years. Along for the ride is Esperanza Castillo, [[TheStoic an incredibly calm]] Argentinian ''vaquera'' who serves as his guide and perhaps, maybe, as a friend. On the chase after him are a Noah, one drug lord, and a horde of Akuma and henchman as he tries to beat them to a supposedly cursed spring at the top of an Argentinian mountain.

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[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7257256/1/Chasing_After_The_Wind Chasing After The Wind]] is a currently running fanfiction work found on FanFictionNet Website/FanFictionDotNet written by Doctor Yok. It showcases Lavi, a Bookman apprentice from the series DGrayMan, in Argentina on a rare mission without any of his usual compatriots. However, Lavi's carefully stored memories from past stints in different 'personas' as a Bookman's apprentice are coming back to bite him. While coping with his sudden lack of control over his vivid memories, he must solve the mystery of Akuma blood in a river that had been dry for hundreds of years. Along for the ride is Esperanza Castillo, [[TheStoic an incredibly calm]] Argentinian ''vaquera'' who serves as his guide and perhaps, maybe, as a friend. On the chase after him are a Noah, one drug lord, and a horde of Akuma and henchman as he tries to beat them to a supposedly cursed spring at the top of an Argentinian mountain.


* [[Cowboy Cowboy]]: Esperanza possibly counts as the Philosopher Cowboy category, as [[TheStoic she is pretty quiet]], reads her Bible (then again she is Catholic), and offers bits of advice.

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* [[Cowboy Cowboy]]: {{Cowboy}}: Esperanza possibly counts as the Philosopher Cowboy category, as [[TheStoic she is pretty quiet]], reads her Bible (then again she is Catholic), and offers bits of advice.


The [[LiteraryAllusionTitle title]] is derived from Literature/TheBible, a phrase used constantly in Solomon's Ecclestiastes. Tends to use a good spattering of Spanish dialogue, though YMMV if it's GratuitousSpanish or not.

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The [[LiteraryAllusionTitle title]] is derived from Literature/TheBible, ''Literature/TheBible'', a phrase used constantly in Solomon's Ecclestiastes. Tends to use a good spattering of Spanish dialogue, though YMMV if it's GratuitousSpanish or not.


* TheWestern: The series insofar currently shows .

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* TheWestern: The series insofar currently shows .shows.


* HalfBreed: Esperanza is hinted at this given her blatantly blue eyes.

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* HalfBreed: MixedAncestry: Esperanza is hinted at this to have this, given her blatantly blue eyes.



* TheWestern: The series insofar currently shows
* ThisIsGonnaSuck: Esperanza, when Lavi is forced to remove needles embedded in her legs after a battle.

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* TheWestern: The series insofar currently shows
shows .
* ThisIsGonnaSuck: Esperanza, when Lavi is forced to remove needles embedded in her legs after a battle.battle.

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* HalfBreed: Esperanza is hinted at this given her blatantly BlueEyes.

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* HalfBreed: Esperanza is hinted at this given her blatantly BlueEyes.blue eyes.


The [[LiteraryAllusionTitle title]] is derived from TheBible, a phrase used constantly in Solomon's Ecclestiastes. Tends to use a good spattering of Spanish dialogue, though YMMV if it's GratuitousSpanish or not.

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The [[LiteraryAllusionTitle title]] is derived from TheBible, Literature/TheBible, a phrase used constantly in Solomon's Ecclestiastes. Tends to use a good spattering of Spanish dialogue, though YMMV if it's GratuitousSpanish or not.

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