"Ahh, I think it's finally done, Gin."
"But Aizen-sama, it doesn't appear to be any different from how it was the last few days. Are you quite sure?"
-Tap Tap Tap-
"Gin, are you questioning my abilities?"
"Oh no my lord, I thought that this experiment might at least be longer than the others… LOOK! Her eyes are opening! Err, it is a she right?"
"Voice, voice, voice~♫…sight…two…'Gin's?"
"Then it's finally awake, and yes, it does appear to have taken a female form."
"'Female'? And strange noise…"
"So what are you going to do with it Aizen-sama? You can't very well keep it… her in a place like this…"
"Of course not."
"For the time being…."
"So bright… light…!"
"I will be sending her to Hueco Mundo."
Many years after…
"Szayel, did I not leave the girl with Neliel the last time I came to Hueco Mundo? Tell me, how many experiments did you perform without my permission?" Aizen asked; the same bored expression on his face as always.
Fear shot through Szayel's body, "No, Aizen-sama! I…," but he was cut off when the little girl came into the room.
"Daddy?" she rubbed her eyes tiredly, as if she just woke from a nap. The girl had beautiful, long, auburn hair that went half way down her back. She wore all white and black, as was the typical garb of Las Noches, as well as a tiara made of bone, her hollow mask.
Szayel started for the girl but Aizen answered, "Ahh, Kohaku, my have you grown." These words made Szayel's fear even greater, though, to an outsider, it might seem like your normal conversation between two people that hadn't seen one another in a long time. But Szayel knew what it meant.
"Kohaku," Aizen whispered in a fake sing-song voice, smiling a little and getting down on her level. "I have a little… game I want you to play with me outside of Hueco Mundo. You are of proper age now, and so long as you have been thought to speak and walk…," Aizen glared at Szayel, "then you will be just…fine."
"Aizen?" she seemed to wake up at the realization of who was standing in the room despite never having met the man, "O.K, let's play!" A wide smile went across her face. She always seemed to be a happy girl, despite everything that went on around her. Ignorance is bliss indeed.