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Solomon's Proxy

Solomon's Proxy
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Grimwald glared at the dragon as it settled down on the stern castle (upper rear deck). He rubbed his temples as he let out a sigh, 'I had just said not to get in my crews way!' Grumbling, Grimwald decided there were more important things to worry about as long as the dragon didn't eat any of the crew. He understood that the beast probably didn't have the stamina to fly the duration of the voyage. He ignored the beast and turned back to a pirate who was giving him an inventory of the ship's stores.

On the other side of the ship, Tyrus' eyes had lit up at the sight of the legendary beast. Rushing over to El Drago's side, the intermediate archaeologist began walking around the dragon, stammering in spurts of gibberish as he held out a cloth ruler, measuring parts of the creature's limbs. "Magnificent! What an extraordinary creature! Powerful limbs and look at the structuring of the joints here!"

Tyrus was startled when El Drago spoke and his jaw dropped to hear that the dragon considered this a vacation. Suddenly, he burst out with rapid-fire questions. "You can talk? Oh my! How old are you? What history do you know? What kind of culture does your species have? Do you have a type of government among your kind? Do you have any amazing powers?"

While Tyrus caused a commotion, Jarod was approached by the gargantuan light magician from before. The lieutenant listened to the magician's question and smirked, "Ya' bet Ceres' arse I'm nervous, but tha's the fun of it. Slaying beasts and getting loot wouldn't be worth it if it wasn't dangerous." Jarod slapped the magician on the back or what he hoped was the man's back. It was a little bit too squishy for a back and he quickly pulled his hand back. "What about you," he asked with a nervous chuckle.

The Northern Edge of The Shrouded Isle

For the better part of a week the Ceres' Roar had traveled east until a wall of dense fog could be seen in the distance towards the south. Grimwald barked out orders for the ship to get closer and stop at a pre-determined point. He called for the anchor to be dropped and a moment later the rattle of chains could be heard as the heavy metallic weight fell to the ocean floor. Some time passed before the ship jolted to a stop, which didn't phase the experienced pirates who continued to work, pulling ropes to secure the sails. Grimwald called out to the adventurers, "Alright, folks. Now, we wait. The Pirate Queen will be joining us soon, with some more treasure seekers."

A few hours later, a shout from the crow's nest alerted the ship to the presence of the Madam's Storm. It traveled in an arc to allow it to pull up parallel with Grimwald's ship. When Trixie's ship was anchored and came to a halt, the crew placed a long board that stretched across the water to make a walkway between the two ships.

After the bridge was erected, Madam Trixie and Abel walked across to meet with Grimwald, gesturing for their group of adventurers to follow. The Pirate Queen and her second-in-command whispered amongst each other before she turned to both groups of adventurers. "Tonight we shall gorge ourselves on meat and mead for tomorrow we venture into the unknown. Relax and enjoy yourselves, for now."

Barrels of ale and wine were brought above deck for everyone to enjoy while one of the crew carefully cooked some meat with heat magic. It wasn't the best meal, but it was as fancy a feast as one would expect a week from port. The sun soon dipped beneath the horizon and the drunken pirates began singing bawdy tunes. Some of them danced among themselves, a few tried to dance with the female adventurers aboard the ship, however they backed off if their attempts were rejected.

While everyone was in a festive mood, Vladmir found Adrastos and tried to catch his eye, giving a subtle gesture for the silver-haired man to follow him. If the magician did, Vladmir would lead him to a quiet corner belowdecks of one of the ships. He was soon joined by Vincent who stood back, quietly watching for anyone eavesdropping, but more focused on what Adrastos would say. "We didn't get much time to talk before, but what do you think of the world? Do you believe in the guiding hand of fate?"

Suddenly, a scream pierced the night air, followed by loud guttural roars from within the fog. The crew paused in their singing to listen, passing anxious looks between each other. The roars died out after a few minutes, but it had a somewhat sobering effect for the pirates, a reminder that danger lurked on the 'morrow.

OOC: Feel free to talk among yourselves or with the NPCs, they will reply in the next post. Unless circumstances change, the next Solomon's Proxy post, we will enter the island.

Lagi

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“ssss…shor- ahh huh? What the…… human?” El drago raised an eye as he looked toward Lagi.Did I fall asleep again? El drago would say in his head as he contemplated if he should socialize with the man for waking him up from his small power nap.” History, plenty of history to be exact, around the time where the first of dragon kind made contact with the human race, thousands of years ago. There is a government of some sort, the dragon lords, creatures of legend that each represent an element. I am apart of such a council myself. Though, the trivia can wait till later. Those beasts on that island, you must be cautious of them if such a rumor turns out to be true.” While lagi was flirting, El dragon was anticipating their arrival.


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Ayero

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Ayero wore an amused smile as Lagi spoke about his love of birds, idly running her hand along Tomato’s head and back while the red hawk preened herself. ”Is he, now? I’m sure Zygus hasn’t forgotten you, Lagi.” The Fanalis woman vaguely recalled his metallic bird partner, though until now she hadn’t wondered what had happened to him. It must had been hard for Lagi and Zygus to part, but the young King appeared content his new draconian beast.

Ayero’s gaze follows Lagi’s as he turns toward the front of the ship, squinting her own eyes as he points out the partially covered forms of Merrze and Bahir. So that’s Merrze…? I thought her face seemed familiar. And Bahir, too. I didn’t expect to see so many people that I know here. When Lagi mentioned that he had hired Bahir to work for him, the halfling raised a brow in genuine surprise before turning her attention back towards the other beast tamer. ”No, I didn’t know that…” Ayero shook her head, a thoughtful look sparking in her eyes.

As the conversation turned a bit more serious, Ayero’s expression thinned into her usual stoic look. She didn’t expect Lagi to bring up the circumstances of their last meeting, and she regretted being too tangled in her thoughts to respond properly at the time.

”You were forward. Very forward.” The Fanalis-human placed her hands on her hips and fixed the dark haired young man with a sharp stare. ”If you touch me again without my consent, I will not hesitate to knock your head clean from your shoulders.” Not wanting to ruin her good mood, Ayero forcibly releases some of the tension from her posture. ”In any case, apology accepted. I trust we’re both excited for this adventure, huh?” As a show of good faith, Ayero gave Lagi a friendly slap on the back—and though the woman was often careful with her enhanced strength, her hand came down a bit heavily on the human male. Not enough to cause any lasting damage, but Lagi would certainly be able to feel it.

Shortly thereafter, one of the scholars bustled up to them, or more specifically to El Drago. The young man began gushing over the dragon excitedly and Ayero took a few steps back in order to give them more room. Out of the corner of her eye she saw Jarod give a slap to the abnormally large blond man’s behind and suppressed a snort of laughter.




Nearly a week passed and Ayero did her best in working as a ship hand, trying to build good terms with the crew but also doing her best to work away boredom and keep herself occupied. Her normally standoffish behavior faded a bit as she began to warm up to the pirates, impressed with their order and diligence in their work. In her spare time she would sharpen and clean her weapons in preparation for the fight ahead and converse with her fellow adventurers. While she didn’t expect to see so many people she knew, the Fanalis woman was unexpectedly glad to see some familiar faces, especially after the war. Kabu participated as well, slinking off on occasion whenever he sensed a rodent nearby.

At last the ship would drop anchor with Grimwald announcing that they’d be meeting The Pirate Queen shortly. A tingle of excitement danced through Ayero’s spine as a second ship pulled up alongside the Ceres’ Roar. She could tell from the way the men spoke of her that Madam Trixie was held in very high regard and was anticipating seeing The Pirate Queen herself. Shortly after the second ship dropped anchor, a board was placed between the two ships to serve as a walkway. The Fanalis woman watched silently as a small group made their way onto the Ceres’ Roar, a fierce looking blonde woman at the head of them.

At the sight of her, Ayero recalled Diego’s partner who bore the same name and remembered how the younger Fanalis spoke excitedly of the pirate legend. Azix’s mention of The Pirate Queen also came to mind, noting how she was the one to teach him swordsmanship. The mage seemed to have a hefty amount of respect for Madam Trixie, and Ayero supposed that she trusted his judgement.

So…this is Madam Trxie. Even as she spoke in hushed tones with Grimwald, Ayero could feel the commanding presence emanating from her. To be able to conduct such an organized group of pirates…she must really be an excellent leader. Her men seem to have the utmost respect for her. Ayero peered around to see the reactions of others, noting how orderly the crew seemed before her eyes landed on the pirate commander once more. She’s…really pretty. And she looks so strong. I’d love to fight her someday. A familiar spark shone in her eyes whenever faced with a challenge, but the Fanalis woman doused her thoughts quickly by shifting her attention to the other newcomers.

Ayero was surprised to see yet another familiar face among them, her eyes landing on tan skin and dark purple hair first. Ariella is here too? Maybe she got tired of being in Magnostandt. I don’t blame her, she never seemed to speak of it fondly…I hope Vin is doing alright. Ayero was unable to keep her thoughts from traveling to her younger brother as she subconsciously connected him to Ari. She imagined that the child was safe with Adius, but her worry was reflexive. Thankfully it began to pass over as she moved her dark brown gaze to the other adventurers that had arrived with Madam Trixie.

Among them were people she did not recognize. Two women caught her attention, one with dark hair and another with blonde locks. Then young dark-haired woman looked to be close in age to herself, and upon further inspection Ayero noted that her eyes had an almost feline like quality to them. The other girl seemed a bit haggard, likely having a bit of trouble getting her sea legs. A third female magician appeared with a long silver tress, but—wait, that was no woman! As the group moved closer Ayero was able to make out their facial features better, realizing that this person was likely male due to their build despite their more delicate facial features.

When the two black-robed men came into sight, a frown creased Ayero’s face. Something about them seemed off, but she couldn’t place it. Ignoring her gut feeling for the moment, her ears perked when Trixie announced that there would be a feast. The thought of meat and drink was tantalizing, and the Fanalis woman could feel her mouth begin to water.

As the crew set to work preparing the meal, Ayero would approach Ariella if she was not already occupied. ”I didn’t expect to see you here, Ari. Got the itch for adventure?” Her tone was friendly and her eyes searched the magician’s face, hoping that things had been going well for her.




That night Ayero gladly drowned herself in ale, becoming much more open and approachable as she drank. She even began to join in with the bawdy singing, stumbling and laughing her way through the lyrics. It felt good to let go and indulge in meat and drink, especially on the eve of a grand adventure. When one of the men asked her to dance, the Fanalis woman laughed and accepted, swinging her hips along with the mug of mead she insisted on keeping with her. Unfortunately she was not all that coordinated with the alcohol flowing through her system and ended up stepping on her partner’s toes several times.

As Ayero sat back down and slurred something about weak men, a sudden scream along with a slew of monstrous roars sounded from the fog. The noises caused a hush to fall over the ship and Ayero frowned, upset that the good mood had been ruined. The scary sounds caused her heart to skip a beat and she was glad when they died out into the night. I guess… m’be careful t’morrow.


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Ariella Negri

Ariella Negri
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When the Madame’s Storm docked with the Ceres’ Roar, Ari followed Trixie over to the other ship, in no way troubled by the time on the sea. She had taken boats enough places that it was nearly second nature to her now to account for the slight dip and sway of the boats. Trixie’s sailors were more skilled in their craft than some she had met and she admired how smoothly they were able to bring the two floating ships together. When she stepped aboard the Ceres’ Roar, her eyes brightened immediately upon seeing Ayero. Rushing over to the woman, she flung her arms around the red haired woman.

“Ayero! Not adventure so much as possible magical history to study. Adius suggested it. Don’t worry, Vin is on a totally different boat, headed straight for Reim, with Adius in tow. We didn’t want to try having him on a trip where there was likely to be danger. They will be staying with my father, Adamus, until we arrive back in Reim, I am hoping this won’t take forever. I am eager to see Azix again.”




Ari watched the shenanigans on the deck, her Journey Book in her lap. As most people celebrated and drank, she sipped at the ale, nibbled at the meat, and updated her lover on her activities.

Azix,

I have met your fabled Pirate Queen at last. She seems quite fond of you and your eye patch. We are on an adventure to hopefully find something of magical importance on some island. With any luck, I will return soon and with a greater arsenal that I had when I left. Adius and Ayero’s brother should be arriving soon to stay with my father, they can update you on the specifics of my Kodor fight.

I miss you, love.

Ari~


Tucking the Journey Book away into her robe and securing it by tying it in place, Ari decided to keep to the edges of the crowd and simply observe. When a terrifying screech cut across the night air, she shivered and pulled her cloak closer, as though to ward off the danger. Tomorrow would be most interesting.


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Lagi

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Lagi would give off a bit of a nervous laughter when Ayero placed her hands on his back. “A little more power and you would have dislocated my spine or something. “ After rubbing his head, Lagi looked very puzzled that some strange guy talking to his dragon. “ The hell? I didn’t know you had friends Draconis….” Draconis sucked his teeth at Lagi’s remark. “Miss Shiba should have punched you; I know you’ll heal from it pretty quickly. Lagi waved his hand off as if he was brushing off Draconis’s comment as the dragon rolled its eyes. “Well, in any case, I won’t do it without your permission again, promise. “The young dragon emperor gave a playful wink to Ayero as the night went on, but Lagi would occasionally touch his shoulder every now and again.




A week later, Lagi would use his abilities in order to carry a few things around the ship. El drago helped as well, speeding up the work substantially. It was their way of pulling their weight around, Lagi was pretty much of a simple guy when it came to things like this. There was an announcement of the pirate queen and Lagi folded his arms. “ Ehhhh? Pirate queen, have you heard of her Draconis?” Draconis actually nodded when Lagi inquired about her. “I always gossip with human information among the dragons as trivial conversations. How she became the queen of the pirates is something you should find out for yourself.”

This only made Lagi a bit more curious, but he wasn’t trying to break his cover and promote any warrants for special treatment because of who he was. Though, after the pirate queen announced they were going to have a party, Lagi was pretty excited. El Drago took flight to give the party goers more room as lagi took the helm with some heat magicians. “ You should add some spices with the meat, I got this. Watch me…” As lagi helped cook the food to make the meat even more enjoyable for the adventurers, the screech made el drago swing by and look around. “ Trouble?” Lagi would say, but El drago couldn’t say. “I don’t know…. The roars died out, but the feeling remained. However, Lagi wasn’t going to let this discourage him. “ The life of an adventurer ay fellas?! There are woman aboard, don’t let your spines give away so easily! So let’s drink and enjoy the food!

Lagi tried to lighten the spirits up as El drago circled the ship for protection, looking aware of things. However, he did spot Ariella and wanted to comment on her. “ Miss Negri...Miss Shiba…… I hope you two are well…” El dago would say briefly as he gave a small nod and continued to guard the boat.

Lagi's presence was known if there were people noticing that the food was gradually tasting better. He was doing his own service quietly.


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Noir Ecryola

Noir Ecryola
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Noir stepped on the deck of another grand ship, following the Pirate Queen along with her fellow adventurers. She looked at her surrounding to found many people there, two of them were a Fanalis female, another was a fanalis male, one was a gigantic blonde male and another one is a normal human male…but wait, Noir eyes widened as she saw a mystical creature behind the man and she couldn’t believe her own eyes. That’s a dragon! Noir held herself not to go near the dragon since it was rather a rude approach even though she really wanted to know more about the creature that she only saw on the book. She smiled a little, finally enjoying the trip as she found something new.
 
Madame Trixie announced that tonight would be a feast, something that again, Noir had never been in. She decided to help the crew in the kitchen, planning to make some new recipe that was really delicious and energizing for the adventurers. When she arrived at the kitchen with a few herbs that she brought, she saw the black haired man from earlier already in there and he was already cooking something. Noir felt that she shouldn’t disturb the man, but since she was already there, she offered her help to the man. “Do you mind if I help? I brought some herbs that would make a delicious herbs crusted meat.” She paused for a second and hesitantly continued, “That… if you don’t mind me cooking…”
 


 
Later that night, Noir went out from the kitchen and headed to the feast. One of the crew tried to dance with Noir which she gladly accepted even though her face remained emotionless, but she still let out a beautiful dance she learned before. Noir was bought by a dancing crew from Heliohapt in her past and it was a very enjoyable one since she could let out all of her emotion by dancing. They taught her to dance on the stage, but too bad they had to sell Noir again to someone else since they were running out of money.
 
Noir even get to drank her first ale that night after dancing along with the crews, they offered her one and she hesitated to try it before, but one of the Fanalis woman who was drunk said that it was good and it would make her happy so Noir gulped and encouraged herself to try. The black haired girl ended up finishing the entire ale from the big mug and it made her let out a wild personality that was unknown before, she laughed happily and cheerfully dancing along with the crews while gulping down another glass of ale even though her face was already red like a tomato.
 
The black haired girl became dizzy since it was her first time trying to drink alcohol; she slowly walked to the nearest corner and sat down on the wooden floor. At that point, she could barely keep her eyes open. She becoming more dizzy and sleepy, each blink would darken her sight until she fell into a deep slumber. Suddenly, a loud disturbing sound woke her up; she jumped herself and wondering where the loud scream came from, the sound was quickly followed by loud guttural roars that appears from nowhere and made the singing crew paused just to listen to the sound. Noir was still sleepy and dizzy and that time, so she quickly closed her eyes again and went to a deep slumber before letting out a chuckle which stated her interest to what will happen next.


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Ayero

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A slow smirk curled across the Fanalis woman’s face at Lagi’s comments about her nearly dislocating his spine and promising not to touch her again without consent. Ayero gave an amused look toward El Drago at the dragon’s own comment. ”Good. Try not to die once we get to the island, supposedly no one comes back from it. It would be a shame if Reim had to go through the process of choosing another King, hm?”




A surprised look crossed Ayero’s face when Ari threw her arms around her neck, but the halfling quickly settled and wrapped her arms around the other woman’s torso. She gave Ari a light squeeze before letting her go, eager to hear any news of her brother. Though she was a bit saddened by the thought of not seeing him, she didn’t exactly expect Ari to bring the child aboard a pirate ship. It would be far too dangerous and Ayero would be forced to spend her time worrying over him. Hearing that he was with Adius headed for Reim soothed her nerves a bit.

”I’m glad to hear it, Ari. I’m hoping to return to Reim quickly as well, back to our boys.” A chuckle slipped from her lips. ”You look well. I’m glad to see you again.”




Ayero watched with inebriated fascination as the dark haired young woman from Magnostadt danced with some of the crew, far more sure-footed than the Fanalis herself. It was evident that she was a trained dancer. When one of the men offered her a drink and she seemed hesitant, Ayero chimed in.

”Oi, give it a go! It’s good for you, makes you live longer.” The drunk woman encouraged her to drink, cheering along with some of the men as she downed the ale. The brew seemed to hit the inexperienced young drinker quickly and she was soon cheerfully laughing and dancing with the rest of them.

After a while Ayero noticed that the female mage had wandered off into a corner. The Fanalis woman frowned and stumbled after her, slowly kneeling down beside the intoxicated girl. As drunk as she was, Ayero still recognized the signs of someone who had drank too much. ”Here, drink some of this…” Ayero clumsily retrieved a small water skin that had been secured around her waist and held it up to the girl to drink. ”It’ll help in the mornin’.”


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Adrastos Thanatos

Adrastos Thanatos
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Once on board the Ceres' Roar, Adrastos' looked at the other faces. Of course there was the group he traveled with consisting of Ariella, Noir, the female dressed in the pink kimono, Vladmir, and Vincent, but there were a couple of other familiar faces here as well. Merrze, the Fanalis whom he had met once on a job,  Aengar, the Imuchakk magician whom he had met at least three times before, and Bahir, another Fanalis that he met while training with Azix. The others were complete strangers, except for maybe one person he had heard about. Adrastos looked over to what appeared to be a dragon and instantly a name came to mind. There was only one person that could have a dragon like that, and though the magician never met the owner, he had a good idea that the owner was King Lagi, the Dragon Emperor of Reim, the man who had been placed into power by the old Kou. Why would a man such as him, a man with power and money, venture to the Shrouded Isle?

Soon, though, the Pirate Queen spoke, announcing that they would have a feast in preparation for the next day. Some danced away, got drunk, ate till their stomachs would explode, others slept in their quarters, exhausted, and then there was Adrastos. He stood on the sidelines, leaning against the railing of the ship. He watched the others enjoy their time while his face was concealed by the shadows of his hood.  Out of the corner of his vision, the blue magician saw Vladmir giving an unnoticeable gesture to follow him. Part of his mind said to stay, but curiosity was what pushed Adrastos forward.

They made their way below deck and stood in one of the dark, quiet corners. Vincent was there as well, silent as ever, but he stood back, as if watching for any potential eavesdroppers. Why would he be doing that? Better yet, why were they so cautious of other people? What did they have to hide? "We didn't get much time to talk before, but what do you think of the world? Do you believe in the guiding hand of fate?"

Think of the world? The guiding hand of fate? What sort of questions were these? Adrastos narrowed his eyes a bit before answering. "What do I think of the world? I think it's cruel. I think there is too much light. I think that there are too many weaklings that get in the way. As for the guiding hand of fate... I don't believe it. I'd either be dead or a slave if I stayed where I was a few years ago. I'd be nothing but a bug for people to step on. Why would I want that? No... I won't allow fate to toy with my life and treat me as worthless trash. I spit in Fate's face and laugh at it because I will become stronger. I will make my own path and if anyone gets in my way and tries to stop me, they will die."

Then, a blood-curdling scream, followed by grating gnarls, shattered the festive atmosphere above deck while eerily strengthening what the blue magician had just said. The hair on the back of Adrastos' neck stood at attention, but it was not out of fear. He relished the scream. How often had he heard similar screams that night when his slums were attacked? How often had he heard them while imprisoned on the ship years ago? No, the sounds that emitted from the Shrouded Isle were not terror-inducing to Adrastos. They were sweet music to his ears.
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Bahir

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The young fanalis watched as his two friends spoke to wone another. He almost forgot that Ayero and Lagi had a preestablished relationship, but the then thought crossed his mind that Ayero is the reason why Bahir was able to meet the king in the first place! As the two conversated, Bahir found his focus fading to different things. The main thing being the crow's nest. He wondered how it would feel to be up that high. To look down and see all of the passengers and the boat with ease. The spy wanted nothing more than to be able to do that right now. As he stood and looked up the mast, he heard someone approaching his direction. Hearing the feminine voice, Bahir looked to the woman before him and raised his eyebrows. The fanalis from before... she looks somewhat familiar now that I'm up close. He thought to himself, trying to keep his eyes on her so as to not seem rude, even if his mind was on the crow's nest.

"Well... You do look somewhat familiar... From the last battle against Commander Natsume, right? Uou look a bit different. A GOOD DIFFERENT THOUGH! Y-you don't look... childish.. BUT YOU'RE NOT A CHILD!" Bahir mentally kicked himself as his old habit started to kick in again. It has gotten a little better.... with Ayero, but there were still so many women that the young spy was uncomfortable speaking with. Unfortunately, Merrze was one of them. The fanalis scratched the back of his head, trying to think of a way to recover from his fumbling. "Um... Y-you're talked about a lot..."




After some days had passed, Bahir found himself unexpectedly active with the pirate crew. He almost felt at home during the voyage. He followed the commands of Grimmwald without question or hesitation and was very gifted at staying out of the way of the crew when strict discipline was required. The fanalis began to wonder how it would feel to be one of them. The thought of travelling on constant voyages excited him. Perhaps that's what he would do when Lagi didn't need him any more and he found his father. Get a boat and just set sail, letting the wind be his guide.

Through the weeks, Bahir and the watchman would trade shifts in the crow's nest. The fanalis enjoyed the view and would react quickly to most things. At first, he would alert someone of things that had no business being told about, but after a few hours the fanalis caught on to the job. This day, the fanalis noticed a large ship as he was about to switch shifts with the ship's usual watchman. Bahir remained in the crow's nest as the ship neared the Ceres' Roar and dropped anchor next to it. Bahir held onto the rails of the crow's nest as they dropped anchor as well. What is going on...

As the Pirate Queen, Madame Trixie, and the other travellers boarded the boat, Bahir eyed every one of the people. Trying to get a good look at them and memorize as much of their features as possible. There was a group of hooded individuals among the group, the sight of them instantly causing Bahir to be suspicious. He was a shadowy figure himself, those kind of people stuck out to him.



That night, the party on the boat commenced. Bahir sat and watched the party goers enjoy themselves. He was the eyes and ears of the King and would do his job no matter what. His eyes darted back and forth. Out of the corner of his eyes, he noticed a few of the hooded characters go below deck. The fanalis narrowed his eyes and stood and took a step in their direction, but the sounds of a drunken Ayero grabbed all of his attention. Bahir blinked as the woman clumsily 'danced' with some of the crew members and encourage one of the treasure hunters that was with the Pirate Queen to get drunk.

The cloaked men faded to the back of Bahir's mind as he mused at the sight before him. So this is how pirates celebrate huh? So wild!


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Zadi

Zadi
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Zadi got off the docking boat and looked around seeing many old and new persons. Most, if not all, participated in the Reim war. One person in particular that made Zadi's heart skip a beat in surprise was Lagi and his dragon! Zadi saw the dragon once before, but with Lagi's presence, it was confirmed that the dragon was Zygus' replacement...or perhaps adult form! All the same, it was rather neat to see Lagi having come so far in his animal taming. A large metallic bird was something grand, but a dragon was a totally different league! All the same, Zadi knew that it would be best to act as if he didn't personally knew Lagi anymore than a regular person who had only ever heard of his accomplishments. Zadi tugged at his pink kimono, making sure to keep his valuables concealed. To Zadi's knowledge, Lagi did not know what any of her things looked like and Zadi wished to keep it that way in case they encountered each other again and Zadi was no longer using his current face.

All the same, adventure and piracy were in the air as partying began in the night! Zadi made sure to having his fair share of drinks to look a little more sociable while stalking the black robed men. Nothing seemed suspicious about the two men from what Zadi had see other than sneaking away whenever Abel showed up. They didn't shy away from others though, from what Zadi could catch a glimpse of. She didn't completely eye them 24/7, but what felt like enough. Zadi didn't want to make things obvious after all. When the men went below deck of one of the docked ships, he could no longer keep an eye on them. It was a real shame, but at least Zadi could rest his stalking and keep drinking in hopes of looking sociable some more. The drunk Fanalis looked like fun to watch as she slurred up some sort of language.


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Spiritos Aerolos

Spiritos Aerolos
β-Tier
β-Tier
Spirit felt out of place among these people. His Immuchakk personallity began to show, in this moment he sought solitude and peace. Satisfied with the mans answer Spirit raised his staff and said "Thank you for giving me some of your time." Finding the entrance to the lower decks Spirit walked down the stairs all while thinking to himself "Treasure or Knowledge or even power. What is it that I truly seek, am I a tyrant or a thirsty Mage." These were truly questions of fate these questions were things left up to the rukh. As the creatures danced around him in great mass Spirit grabbed a handful saying to himself "You are the blood of earth, tell me what are your limits. Do you act under a master? Who created this world we live in? Why must I live such a harsh life? Was that predetermined before my kin even set foot on the mountains of the earth? I will give you anything, but all I truly seek is knowledge. Grant this unto me, and I would destory a nation, and sacrifice myself. For I would die with the knowledge of the creator."


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Merrze

Merrze
A-Tier
A-Tier
Merrze thought the assassins bumbling as funny but then she heard a yawning roar and could tell it was Fluffy based of the sound. She turned around knowing that she wold probably have to go and make sure that he was okay and wasn't causing any mess or that he was okay, he got sleepy after naps so she had to make sure her spiked canine didn't eat anything.

"Sorry Bahir I gotta go check on my pet to see if he's causing any trouble or anything, I'll talk to you later when I have the chance too."




As everyone was partying she was glad to see her many friends and people she had seen before. She saw her friend Ari who she liked very much and her giant apprentice Aengar, she saw Ayero who she admired for her strength and swordsmanship or at least what she had witnessed in their previous encounters. It was delightful to see so many people celebrating all at once before they would go to plunge and try to get treasure. Everyone had their own reasons but the fanalis was elated at the idea of how much fun they would get to experience in this. She decided that she would join in the festivities, she wanted to have moments like this more often before she would have to start getting to hard work.

The feisty youthful girl was going to get drunk of the bountiful amount of alcohol and eat massive quantities of food. She could die tomorrow after all since it would be a unknown island with all sorts of mysterious monstrosities that could bring a swift end to their lives. she thought that the others probably had similar thoughts in their minds at the moments. She had so much going on in her life and this was the chance for her to relieve all the stress she had from the things that she had planned to come and this was a great chance, it would also be a great moment for memories.

She did feel bad for leaving her daughter alone and going to have fun and get treasure but she was starting to run low on funds and this could give them money for a while for when they leave and stuff fr their long camping trip that was planned. She glad that her good friend or the women that ran the Inn where they lived would be watching the young magician while the warrior was gone. She did spend a good amount of time with Ku when she could but she did leave every once in awhile and tried making it up by spending weeks with her or whenever she had the chance but she still felt bad nonetheless, what parent wouldn't feel bad about leaving their child alone, she just hoped Ku understood that Merrze loved her more than anything.

The adventurer grabbed the nearest bottle of liquor and started to indulge herself, she could handle her alcohol quite well so it would take a lot. She hadn't been drunk in a while but she has been told that she is very energetic. Joyfully she took another swig of the drink as it rolled down her throat feeling very cool and tasting oh so sweet to her. She smiled brightly has she continued to drink and talking to people, she talked to the crew a little.

"While I am confident in my strength I do know that there could be many dangers and that I might get seriously hurt but while I don't know what sort of treasure awaits us I came here for that reason, so I can't wait to see what type of adventure this island brings us."




After a few hour of drinking had gone on she was now fully drunk and more exposed than initially when she arrived and acting as a much louder and strange person, she was still friendly bu it wasn't like her to be as friendly as she was now. The fanalis laughed boisterously were most people could most likely hear her even over their normal conversations. She examined all the people noticing how some people haven't been drinking and thought that it was no fun She thought that she should get more people joining in on the fun, she ate some food and walked over to the first person she saw not drinking, it just so happened to be the assassin Bahir.

With drink in hand she headed over to him and put one of her arms around him, she gave a bright smile while her cheeks were rosy red from drinking too much. Trying her best to seem friendly and offering him a drink, not sure how much fun he was having by himself at the moment.

"Yo was up mister quiet, here take this drink and have some fun, I mean we need to enjoy ourselves the best that we can while we're here don't you think. The drink will make everything more fun, I promise you'll have a good time if you get a few sips from this, I've been drinking long enough t know how much fun this stuff this can bring you, look at Aye can't you tell  how much fun she's having, oh I don't know if you know Aye or not, she's that redhead over there but since she fought in the war I assume you know her a little but, that's besides the point though. Come on and drink."

She lifted her fist into air and yelled while looking childish showing how much fun she was having with just her expression.

"Come on everyone let's party the best we can, I may not know some of you bu-hic- but let's party for the adventure that is soon to come."

She calmed herself down a little and decided that she was going to do something to show how much she was having by bringing a little happy song into the air to make people celebrate a bit more. The drunk redhead started to sing nice and happily song that she had heard while she was in Reim, she was hoping other people here had heard the song and would join in.

"The windy breeze, the windy breeze brings us adventure from other lands, the windy breeze, the windy breeze brings us tales from afar. As we adventure off, adventure off wondering what treasures we might see or the friends we might make brining tales from afar we are the adventurers, the adventures who bring this song to others. The seas the seas so vast and beautiful separating land so different but bringing the stories, the stories that spur us on for adventure."


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Solomon's Proxy

Solomon's Proxy
Ω-Tier
Ω-Tier
A Week Ago|Back In Madam Trixie's Chamber

The Pirate Queen watched Ariella's reaction, a sly smile curling on Trixie's face as she noticed a subtle flash of anger in the yellow magician's expression. That emotional response was an indication of Ari's feelings for Azix, but it didn't answer if they were actually together. That question was soon answered when Ariella implied that she knew Azix quite well. The comment about vomiting confused Trixie and she raised an eyebrow. "Vomit?"

A knock on the door interrupted Trixie from prying any further. Abel entered the room, quickly closing the door behind him as he looked at the purple-haired woman sitting across from his Captain. Turning his gaze back to Trixie he cleared his throat, "Our guest would like to speak with you."

The Pirate Queen gave a small nod and she dismissed the lieutenant with a wave of her hand. She knew who he was referring to and made a mental note to see him later, interested in finding out more about the purple-haired magician before her. She suppressed an urge to smile, observing that Azix surrounded himself with fascinating individuals. When she looked back over, Trixie noticed that Abel hadn't moved. "Was there more?"

Abel noticed a hint of irritation in Trixie's tone and spoke quickly. "Yes, I apologize. I don't mean to interrupt, but I would like to discuss two of the men that came on board with the rest of the treasure hunters." The lieutenant glanced at Ariella before shifting his gaze back to the Pirate Queen. "In private."

Madam Trixie glared at Abel for a moment before her expression softened. She knew that he wouldn't insist on disturbing her unless his concern was great. With a sigh she took a final drink before placing the bottle in a drawer and faced Ariella. "I hope you don't mind if we continue this chat later." She gestured to the door while Abel held it open for the magician, waiting until the purple-haired woman had left before closing it behind her.




Present Time|Below Decks

Vladmir listened patiently to the silver-haired man's reply, rubbing his palms together. A grin stretched from ear-to-ear on Vladmir's face the more he heard. When Adrastos finished speaking, a cry in the distance crystallized his speech and both robed-men seemed to shiver in excitement. Vladmir turned to his associate who stared back with a mask of boredom on his face. Like two comrades who had fought in countless battles together, it seemed an entire conversation passed between the two without a single word spoken.

Vladmir turned back to Adrastos and spread his hands. "Ah, splendid! It is not often we find someone with the same beliefs as us. So many believe that the threads of Fate have a higher purpose, leading them to some grand destiny, but we know better." His hand slipped into the folds of his robes and produced a small obsidian orb that fit in the palm of his hand. Hesitating for a moment, Vladmir held it out for Adrastos to take. "As I said before, Vincent and I are part of a brotherhood. We travel the world in search of ancient knowledge to help us break the chains of fate, so we can carve a new world. A world where we can write our own destinies."

Suddenly, Vincent stepped forward, wrapping an arm around Adrastos shoulder as he leaned to whisper in the man's ear. "This is your opportunity to see your dreams come true. Think of that orb as our calling card. When you are ready to see your ideals realized, come find us in Kou." Vincent's eyes bore into Adrastos, making sure that he understood before removing his arm and walking up the stairs.

Vladmir gave Adrastos a serious look as the body manipulator walked away, "The brotherhood will provide you the knowledge to obtain great power, but you will have to prove your loyalty. Speak of this to no one or else you can consider the offer null and void." Without giving Adrastos time to reply, Vladmir hurried after Vincent.

The two robed-men slipped through the festive crowd above deck, heading for their quarters on the other boat. Before they slipped inside however, Vincent threw a rock over the side of the ship. A light flickered and the rock turned into a small crow that flapped its wings, lifting high into the sky to deliver a message.




The Celebration

Tyrus filled up his umpteenth mug of ale and downed half of it in one gulp. His mind was still reeling at what he had learned from El Drago in regards to their culture. Tyrus had wanted to keep asking the dragon questions, eager to learn all he could, but El Drago hadn't seemed keen on continuing the conversation. Now that he had drank more than his body weight, Tyrus had a new surge of confidence and went to look for the dragon.

He approached El Drago with a drunken grin on his face, "I demand more information!" A flush of embarrassment flooded his cheeks as Tyrus realized that he had spoken rather loudly. The archaeologist looked around, searching for something better to say and noticed the crew dancing. "Umm...errr...I mean...do you want to dance?"

Meanwhile, Madam Trixie drank with her officers, keeping a careful eye on the treasure hunters. She noticed a cloaked man follow one of the robed men that Abel had warned her about and her eyes narrowed, but she made no move to interfere with them. As long as they kept to themselves and didn't mess with the others, Trixie felt no need to bother them. She believed Abel had a right to be cautious, however, the past was the past.

Her gaze soon fell on Ariella, who had enveloped a rather striking Fanalis woman in a hug. The Pirate Queen smirked at the familiarity of the embrace and wondered how well the two women knew each other. Madam Trixie excused herself from the conversation that was taking place around her and slowly worked her way to where the two women were conversing. She came to a stop a few feet behind the two women, allowing them the chance to finish talking before interjecting herself.

"The goddess of the sea blessed us with a beautiful night, wouldn't you agree?" There was a sparkle in her eye as she leaned in closer and spoke in a sultry, hushed tone. "If we survive this island, I wouldn't mind bringing the two of you back to my chambers to work off the adrenaline of battle." Madam Trixie's gaze lingered over the Fanalis' toned muscles and smooth skin, noting the curves of her bosom and hips. Trixie imagined how many years of training the Fanalis had gone through to obtain such a body, going further to imagine the feel of that body. Snapping out of her reverie, Trixie met Ayero's gaze and winked, turning back to take in Ariella's beauty. Laughing softly to herself, Madam Trixie walked off with an exaggerated drunken gait, leaving them to wonder if it was the alcohol talking or a genuine offer.




Madam Trixie and her crew awoke early the next morning, preparing both ships to enter the fog. When they were ready to move out, any of the treasure hunts not already awake were shaken out of their sleep and instructed to meet above decks. They would find Madam Trixie standing next to Grimwald, waiting patiently for everyone to arrive. On either side of them, their lieutenants stood at attention. Before them sat a hobbled old man blowing the rising steam from a hot cup of tea.

When all the treasure seekers had gathered around, Madam Trixie gave them a small smile. "Good morning. I hope you enjoyed yourselves last night, because from this moment on you are charged with protecting my crew. Artemis will explain what to expect."

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The old man sitting at her feet cleared his throat, setting down the hot cup. Underneath gray, bushy brows, he gave the men and women gathered before him a tired look. "Ah-h-h, yes. It has been a long time since I've seen this island, but I remember it well. Terrible beasts lurk behind the mists, protecting the knowledge the island holds-"

"Knowledge?! What kind of knowledge?!" Tyrus took a step forward, eyes wide and hungry for information. One of the archaeologists held him back, shaking their head in disapprovingly at his outburst. With a sheepish look, Tyrus retreated into the crowd.

Artemis furrowed his brow at the interruption from Tyrus, "Young man, you should not be excited. You sould be fearful. I still have nightmares of that island. It is alive, self-aware. We should count ourselves lucky if we make it out alive!" He let out a cry as Grimwald kicked him in the back. He sent a glare towards the Captain, "Your queen asked me to tell them what to expect. I am doing as was asked of me."

Turning back to the adventurers, Artemis continued. "I've been a slave all my life, till these...kind...people rescued me. When I was a young boy, I was sold to a wealthy merchant chasing after a legend. Chained to an oar with dozens of others, we sailed across the world in search of this island. What we found was a nightmare. All of our men were picked off, one by one. Most of them by flying beasts, bigger than that dragon there. Only myself and a handful of others made it out alive."

A shout from the crow's nest made the pirates turn to look at the fog, which had begun to part. Captain Grimwald reacted immediately, pointing to Zadi, Lagi, Spiritos, Vincent, Bahir, and Merrze. "You six stay with me. The rest will go with Madam Trixie." Turning to the Pirate Queen he said, "I will lead us in."

Trixie let out a haughty laugh, "I think not. If I'm going to ask another to die for me, I will lead the charge." She narrowed her eyes at her second-in-command before spinning on her heel to board her ship. Trixie would wait for Ayero, Ariella, Noir, Adrastos, and Vladmir to step foot onto the Madam's Storm before signaling for the board between the two ships to be pulled back and the anchor raised.

The sails of both ships lowered, catching a breeze that edged them forward into the parting fog. The sounds of drums echoed throughout the hulls of the ships, the rhythm matching the rise and fall of the oars that swiped at the water along their sides. The Madam's Storm cut in front of Grimwald's ship, leading them between the giant walls of mist. Flashes of shadowy forms could be seen within the mist as they traveled deeper. Strange high-pitched squeals and guttural calls could be heard from every direction.

Madam Trixie stood at the head of the ship and with her twin curved blades held in either hand. She tilted her head back at the treasure hunters with her, "Keep your wits about you and remember, this is what I'm paying you for!" Grimwald had a similar speech for his group back on the Ceres' Roar.

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As soon as she had spoke, six silvery forms burst forth from the mist, three for each ship. The sunlight glinted off their metallic bodies as they dived towards the deck of the ship, their long wings tucked behind them, moving at twenty meters per second. They each snatched a pirate or an unfortunate archaeologist, that hadn't hid below decks, before disappearing within the mist once again.

One of the Kah'Tul snatched a deckhand up and arced upwards, but only made it about five meters away before Vladmir struck the creature with a Wobbling Goo. The creature let out a cry, spinning into a descent before crashing into the chill water with its prey. As it splashed into the water, a cacophony of howls erupted around the ships and sixteen Kah'Tul emerged from the mist, darting every which way.

Six of the liquid-silver creatures would land individually on each deck while two Kah'Tul circled each ship, looking for an opening to support their brethren. The ones on the ship kept a distance between themselves to avoid clumping up and making an easy target.

Enemies:
Enemy Name: Kah'Tul
Rank: B-Tier
Needed damage to take down: B-Tier
Abilities:
Flies at 20 m/s|Moves at 10 m/s|Deals Natural B-Tier Damage
*Eviscerate - Slashes a target at 20m/s to deal B-Tier damage.
*Parry - With a fluid movement, the Kah'Tul parries an attack up to B-Tier at 15 m/s
*Harpish Trill - Lets out a high-pitch sound in a five meter cone that is five meters wide at its farthest point, deafening anyone hit for one post.

Vladmir:

Name: Wobbling Goo
Tier: B-Tier
Cost: 30|15
Weapon Type: Gun}Magic Weapon
Class Offensive
Range: 40 meters
Cool-Down: 5 Posts
Description: Slime Magic - The combination of Life and Water magic creates an acidic slime or ooze that slows movement speed by 5 m/s for 1 post while also inflicting damage.

The user launches a one to five meter wide ball of goo at 25 m/s that travels over forty meters. Anything hit by the goo is dealt B-Tier damage.

Lagi

Lagi
Ω-Tier
Ω-Tier
El drago grunted while he continued to look around for other animals. “Look, I am making sure that you and everyone else on this boat is safe. We can talk later once I am positive that we aren’t being pursued by other being. We can converse later, I assure you….” With a sharp bow, El drago continued to look round for enemies, he didn’t want to slack off and have something deadly happen on his watch because he wasn’t paying attention. Lagi stayed away from alcohol this time, he was maintaining his philosophy of being with a beautiful woman while he got drunk.




The next morning, lagi thanked the gods he avoided liquor the night before. A hangover was the last of what he needed for the time being.’…. Lagi folded his arms as a yawning el drago woke up from the edge of the ship’s upper deck and started flapping his wings. He was only on the boat while he slept, but he was well rested for now, flying near the ship for the time being as he observed the conversations being held. “…” Lagi stood more closely, listening to the man named Artemis. Him exclaiming that he’s been a slave all his life made Lagi frown. It was a legitimate showing of sadness in his eyes, even though his nose and mouth wasn’t being shown. After captain grim Wald kicked him, Lagi stood forward with intent, but stopped himself midway. He didn’t like it, the whole slavery mentality and people getting beaten in such a way as if they are tools and less than human. Especially to an old elder with no sense of protection, it only made Lagi protective.

But he knew better, he would let it go for now. However, Eye contact with Artemis was clear enough to the old man that Lagi had the balls to rush to his aid if grimwall raised his foot again. That showing of compassion was good enough. As the instructions continued on and the group was later met with some strange flying creatures. “What the…. Ever seen such a species before their metallic bodies, they kind of remind me of Zygus. I doubt they have a control over magnetism though….

Either way, their defeat was a necessary thing. Lagi took out his bow and took aim with his angelic bow, firing off a basic shot if 20 m/s dealing b rank holy damage at one of the Kah'Tul. El drago engaged one of the bird like creatures with his claws, attacking one of the two Ariel Kah'Tul at 25 m/s with his superior speed with a claw swipe at 20 m/s

Abilities used
Spoiler:
By paying 15 magoi the wielder can form an arrow made of pure light that can be fired off at a speed of 20 m/s to a range of 30 meters. The arrow will deal B tier damage upon impact in the form of second degree burns. 5 post cooldown.

Name: Claw Swipe
Tier: B
Cost:15 Stamina
Role: Brute
Range: 10 Meters
Cool-Down: Sustained + 5 Posts
Description:El Drago swipes out with the claws on either his hands or feet in a direction of his choice at 20 m/s, dealing B-Tier damage. This ability may be sustained to deal damage again on a subsequent post.

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Adrastos Thanatos

Adrastos Thanatos
A-Tier
A-Tier
After listening to Adrastos' speech, the two men turned to each other in silence. There was a certain bond, one that carried a great amount of understanding and trust, between the two that struck the blue magician. It didn't last long though because Vladmir clapped his hands together when he faced Adrastos once again.

"Ah, splendid! It is not often we find someone with the same beliefs as us. So many believe that the threads of Fate have a higher purpose, leading them to some grand destiny, but we know better." Grand destiny... Why couldn't an individual carve his own grand destiny? The whole idea was stupid. Adrastos looked down at an obsidian orb which rested in the palm of Vladmir's hand. If the hesitation was not clear on his face, it was obvious in his hand. What is it? What does the little orb do, if anything at all? Is he contemplating on giving it to me? The hesitation dissipated as Vladmir held out the object which Adrastos carefully took and placed in one of his pockets. "As I said before, Vincent and I are part of a brotherhood. We travel the world in search of ancient knowledge to help us break the chains of fate, so we can carve a new world. A world where we can write our own destinies."

Breaking the chains of fate with ancient knowledge so that we can carve a new world? What sort of world do they with to create? At what price? Hell, why does it matter? I deserve the freedom to make my own future. Nobody will get in the way of that. Without warning, an arm was draped over Adrastos' shoulders, and he heard the chilly whisper in his ear. "This is your opportunity to see your dreams come true. Think of that orb as our calling card. When you are ready to see your ideals realized, come find us in Kou." The blue magician nodded. So Kou, huh? As ready as I think I am, I should only go after training with Master Dan Feng. Then, at least I will be stronger.

"The brotherhood will provide you the knowledge to obtain great power, but you will have to prove your loyalty. Speak of this to no one or else you can consider the offer null and void," said Valdmir in a serious tone. Then, before the silver-haired man could respond, they left in their usual hurried fashion, much like they had done a week prior. Adrastos let out a grunt. Loyalty... Never been my strong point... Not telling anyone will be a piece of cake. He'd have to work hard in order to gain the knowledge their brotherhood could provide though, so it was worth the shot.

Adrastos made his way back to the main deck to join the festivities. He ate some food, but refrained from drinking any wine. There were too many drunken fools as it was. No need to add more. After an hour or so, the magician departed to his sleeping quarters where he thought about his conversation with Vladmir and eventually fell into the clutches of sleep.



Next Morning

The familiar awakening before dawn soon approached, forcing Adrastos to move and follow the hustling of the other crew members back on deck. Only the pirate crews and the king of Reim were present until the others joined the meeting. Adrastos, unlike when he first boarded, had his hood down, exposing his young features that some would mistake as feminine and his long silver hair. He listened to the Pirate Queen address the crew and the travelers, but soon, an old man then began to speak.

To be perfectly honest, Adrastos tuned the old man out as he was uninterested in what the man had to say. Words of warning about the island. Meaningless to the blue magician who already knew that this would be a dangerous mission. After the old man had said his portion, the two groups of adventurers would take their leave and board the ship which they had originally sailed on.

Unfortunately, danger lurked already within the mist and made no hesitation to attack some unsuspecting crew members. Six silver beasts ambushed the Ceres' Roar and the Madam's Storm. There were three on each ship. Vladmir successfully took out one that snatched up a deckhand. As a result, a swarm consisting sixteen monsters rushed to the uproar made by their fallen comrade. Adrastos remained calm, however, and kept his face a neutral stone mask. Six landed on the deck while two flew overhead, keeping a watchful eye in case their kind needed any sort of assistance. Without batting an eyes, the blue magician casted Nemesis Sol at one of the closest targets which stood about 20m away. Burn you vile creature. If you dodge, I will crush you with water, freeze you with ice, and burn you as many times as it takes. I will kill you. No matter what, you will die. Why? You're. In. My. Way!
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WC: 836
Magoi: 220/250
Abilities Used:
Name: Nemesis Sol
Tier: B
Cost: 30/15 magoi
Element: Light
Class: Supplementary
Range: 30m
Cool-Down: 5 posts
Description: The user commands the rukh to create a sphere of black light that has a diameter of 10m-15m and travels up to 20m/s within a 30m of the user, dealing B-Tier burning damage to anything caught inside. Can be sustained into next post.



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Noir Ecryola

Noir Ecryola
Ω-Tier
Ω-Tier
Noir woke up as she heard the sound of the crew preparing the ship; she rubbed her eyes and covered her yawn with her left hand. Thanks to the Fanalis woman who helped her last night, Noir didn’t feel dizzy anymore. The black haired girl stood up and being instructed to meet above decks, she wondered what will happen while she walked to the decks. After waiting for the others to arrive at the decks, a hobbled old man who was blowing the rising steam from his cup of hot tea was instructed to explain something. Noir listened Artemis explained about the knowledge the island holds and also sharing his past story when he was a slave including how he survived from the island. The black haired girl surprised to know that this pirate rescued Artemis back then; she wondered maybe not the entire pirate was bad like she heard before. She thought all the pirate and slave master were similar since most of them always sell people to other wealthy people for they own fortune, but turns out she was not quite right at all.

Captain Grimwald pointed several adventurers to come with him and the rest to go with the Pirate Queen, Noir realized the Fanalis woman from the other night was with her too in the Madam Trixie’s group. She approached the red haired woman and gratefully thanked her even though no expression of gratitude showing from her face, “Thank you for taking care of me last night, sorry to trouble you. I’m Noir Ecryola…nice to meet you.” She introduced herself to the Fanalis woman, assuming it would be rude to not introduce herself.




As the Madam’s Storm raised its anchor and leading the other ship through the mist, flashes of shadowy form could be seen as they kept sailing through the mist. Noir could hear the strange high-pitched squeals from every direction and she took out her wand, ready to attack anything that would show up. Madam Trixie went ahead to the head of the ship with her weapon ready and she said, "Keep your wits about you and remember, this is what I'm paying you for!"

Soon after she spoke, several silvery forms appeared and snatched people before disappearing within the mist. Vladmir attacked one of the creatures, but sixteen creatures emerged from the mist probably wanting to avenge their fellow comrade. Six of the creature would land on each deck while two of them circled each ship. The creature was really strange as it has a silvery form and it looked like that it made of a silver liquid.

Noir could saw her mentor attacked the creature too with a black light and she got ready as one of the creature slowly floating near her, she casted Thunder Bullets to the nearest creature and inflicting damage as all of the bullets hit the creature. Noir sent an icy cold dagger of glare to the creature, fully realized that she might not as strong as everyone on the ship, but she would try her best to be alive for the sake of revealing the mystery of the Shrouded Isle.

Word Count : 524
Stamina / Magoi : 170/200

Ability Used:

Name: Thunder Bullets
Tier: B-Tier
Cost: 30 Magoi
Element: Lightning
Class: Offensive
Range: 30 meters
Cool-Down: 5 posts
Description: The caster creates 4 lightning 'bullets' which will be 1 meter long and 1 meter in diameter that will travel up to 30 meters away at 20 m/s, each bullet inflicting D-tier damage for a total of B-tier damage.


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Ariella Negri

Ariella Negri
Ω-Tier
Ω-Tier
Ari chuckled at how forward Madame Trixie was, admittedly flattered by the offer, but declining nonetheless.

“While normally I would snatch up the opportunity, Madame, I am a happily committed woman and I do not believe Azix would appreciate me burning off adrenaline with anyone but him.”

Ari watched as the Pirate Queen swaggered off, laughing softly before continuing her conversation with Ayero, filling her in on everything that had happened since she had went to Magnostadt.




Ari glared at Grimwald when the pirate kicked the old man. Impatience and disrespect were not necessary just yet. She listened to the tale of the elder, frowning at the words he spoke, an uncomfortable feeling settling in the pit of her stomach. Perhaps she should not have come along on this trip.

When they were divided on to the two ships, her worry grew. Madame Trixie’s ship would have fewer defenders than Grimwald’s. However, she was pleased to see Ayero with her as she looked around the deck of the ship.

The Pirate Queen made a striking vision as her blades were drawn, preparing for the incoming attacks. As squeals and mysterious calls came from the fog, Ari kept her staff at the ready, her grip tightening on the shaft of the conduit. When the silvery creatures finally let themselves be seen, the idle worry in her gut exploded into full-blown battle awareness. While she was not a fan of combat, she was not shoddy at it, experienced enough in battle after numerous fights at Azix’ side that she could more than hold her own.

When six of the creatures landed on the deck, her initial reaction was to take them out before she caught sight of the two circling the ship. Knowing that, at the very least, Ayero was close range, and the other magicians with her were not nearly as experienced as she was, she turned her attention to those the furthest from the ship. She trusted her comrades to keep her defended as she focused on one of the further flying creatures, murmuring to the rukh and asking it to cast Storm Strike, leading the creature slightly as it flew to account for its unusually rapid movement.

She twisted sharply as one of the shapes on the deck skittered towards her. The deck of the ship was no place for large spells, despite the careless casting of Neo. Ari grunted as the creature Eviserated against her borg, the barrier holding up as Ari used one of her throwing daggers to strike the creature between the eyes. She glanced around quickly, hoping the others on the ship were having luck with their own creatures.

[Magoi 270/300]

Ability and Item Used:
Name: Storm Strike
Tier: B
Cost: 30|15 magoi
Element: Lightning
Class: Offensive
Range: 30 meters
Cool-Down: 5 posts
Description: Ariella directs the rukh to gather an immense amount of electricity in an area within 30 meters of herself, causing a lightning bolt 10 meters wide to strike at 20 m/s, dealing B-tier damage to anything struck.

Name: Pointy
Tier: B
Type: Throwing knives
Appearance: The throwing knives are made of dark metal with cloth wrapped around the hilt and a small circle at the end large enough for a finger to fit through. The knives are approximately 12 centimeters long.


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Ayero

Ayero
Ω-Tier
Ω-Tier
Startled by the sudden appearance of Madam Trixie, the Fanalis woman half-turned towards the Pirate Queen with a look of surprise on her face. The surprise melted into confusion when the blonde woman leaned forward and propositioned her and Ariella, the sultry words dripping from her lips causing a spark to dance along the Fanalis’ spine. Ayero suppressed a shiver as she felt Trixie’s gaze on her body, her own eyes burning with a near-bestial hunger. Forcibly smothering the flames of arousal before they could get out of hand, the halfling cleared her throat.

”I’d rather focus on surviving this journey for now. The spoils will be dealt with later.” The words were spoken with her usual straight face and stern tone, though the woman does allow her gaze to linger over the Pirate Queen’s form for a few moments before returning towards Ariella to resume their conversation.




Ayero grunted and rubbed at her eyes with one hand while taking a drink from her skin of water. She had managed to drink some water last night before passing out and the resulting hangover wasn’t too bad, but the lack of sleep and rude awakening she received had gotten her off to a slow start. The Fanalis watches in silence as the old man relays his experiences with The Shrouded Isle, her expression one of uninterest despite trying her hardest to pay attention. When the groups split up, Ayero followed the others onto Madam Trixie’s ship whiles stretching her arms. Finally, I get to move around.

”Hm?” Ayero tilted her head upwards when the young woman from last night spoke to her. The Fana-human’s brows creased as she tried to remember the dark haired girl, finally placing her as the inebriated woman she had offered water to. ”Ah, don’t mention it. At least you didn’t get sick.” Ayero waved her hand nonchalantly, though she did raise a brow at the magician’s detached tone. ”Ayero Shiba. Likewise.” She nods her head in greeting to Noir, figuring that she simply wasn’t the bubbly type.

As the ships began to enter the mist, the familiar sensation of excitement-borne adrenaline began to pump through Ayero’s veins. The warrior woman retrieved her own blade shortly after Trixie unsheathed her own, whistling for her pets to keep close and keeping an eye out as well.

As the creatures appear on deck and circling the ship, Ayero takes a quick survey of the deck, noting the positions of the strange beasts as well as her allies. Charging forward towards the closest one, Ayero swings her blade down at the silvery creature only to be met with a Parry from its clawed hand. Pulling her sword back quickly, Ayero uses her leg to knock the beast’s arm out of the way before delivering a Fierce Jab to its middle.

The creature shrieks as the woman’s blade impales it, and Ayero grunts while pulling her weapon from the Kah’Tul’s abdomen. Meanwhile, Tomato launched two feathers from her wings, aimed at the other airborne Kah’Tul that Ariella was not attacking.

[Stamina: 260/290]

Spoiler:
Name: Fierce Jab (Way of Old)
Tier: B
Cost: 30 Stamina|15 Sustained
Weapon Type: Sword
Class: Offensive
Range: Close
Cool-Down: 5 posts
Description: Ayero thrusts her sword in front of her at 20 m/s and delivers a single jab imparting B-tier damage. This technique can be sustained to perform another jab.
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Name: Tomato
Tier: C-Tier
Role: Brute/Assassin
Species: Red Headed Falcon
Speed: 7 m/s
Appearance: Tomato is an adult falcon and measures ~0.75 m (~2.5 ft) from the top of her head to the tip of her tail feathers. Her wingspan measures ~1.4 m (~4.5 ft). Tomato’s head and the top half of her body are a burnt orange while the lower half of her body and wings are grey and speckled with orange. She had two large tail feathers that have yellow and black alternating stripes. Her eyes, curved beak and clawed feet are all yellow.


Passive Traits:
D-Tier Passive:
Name: Flight
Tier: D-Tier
Cost: N/A
Role: Brute
Range: N/A
Duration: Passive
Cool-Down: N/A
Description: Tomato is able to fly at 15 m/s.

C-Tier Passive:
Name: Sharp Feathers
Tier: C-Tier
Cost: N/A
Role: Assassin
Range: N/A
Duration: Passive
Cool-Down: N/A
Description: Tomato’s feathers have very sharp edges causing her basic attacks to do a tier above in damage.


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Bahir

Bahir
β-Tier
β-Tier
Bahir looked at Merrze as she approached him about the celebration going on. He could smell the alcohol oozing from her and one of his eyebrows raised. Mister Quiet, huh? Well that's an interesting one. The fanalis grinned and chuckled softly. He didn't feel like drinking, though. This whole situation caused the young man to keep his senses sharp and he didn't want anything that would interfere with that. He was a little envious of the attitude of Merrze and the others though. They were willing and able to just enjoy their night, while Bahir sat there trying to think about doing his job above everything else. I should be more like them.. He realized how quiet he was to Merrze's offer and finally decided to stop being rude and respond to her, thanfully.

"Haha. No thanks, Merrze. I wish I could... I've gotta stay on my toes though." It didn't seem like the refusal to drink made her feel any less merry though. What a relief for Bahir. He wouldn't have anything to feel bad about now. As the young woman began singing and a few voices joined in with her, Bahir silently headed below deck. Fatigue was starting to set in. He had a busy few days ahead of him... he could feel it.




Bahir awoke the next day and emerged from the depths of the ship. He watched the aftermath of the celebration and raised an eyebrow. The scene before him was an interesting one. Some of the crew hadn't officially stopped it seemed. Although, the appearance of the Madam Trixie caused the men of the crew to sober up rather quickly and prepare the ships for departure. It seemed to Bahir like this was a normal event for them. Despite the alcohol still coursing through the crew and the obvious hangovers, they carried out their duties with as much discipline as the day before.

Bahir watched the excited archeologist question the older man and the man's response. When Grimmwald intervened by placing his foot against the man's back, Bahir's eyes narrowed a bit. Unnecessary.. His red eyes stayed on the captain for a moment before they slowly settled back on the elder man. His words of caution didn't fall on deaf ears when it came to the assassin. Bahir was the type to try to get as much information on a subject as possible before he dove into the fray. This older man was doing just what Bahir needed him to do. Hm... so he along with one other are the survivors. Not very promising.

As the fanalis mused on what could happen, a cry from the crow's nest drew him from his thoughts. While he was trying to register what was going on, the crew, rallied by Grimmwald and Madam Trixie, were already on the move. One of the crewmen was scooped up by a weird looking creature, before any of them knew what was really happening. Bahir's hand instantly went to the handle of his dagger, but another man beat him to the punch. From some tool, a glob of slime shot from the man to the creature and started to melt the mysterious being. What kind of power... He thought to himself as the crew split onto the two different ships. Bahir watched as Ayero and Adrastos moved to board the other ship. Good luck..

As the two ships separated, six more of those creatures appeared and landed on the Ceres's Roar. Bahir looked to Lagi and Merrze who was still on the ship with him and grinned. Time for some fun, I guess. His blood was flowing and he couldn't help but think like the rest of his kin in these kind of situations. Lagi and El Drago quickly moved into action, taking on one of the creatures a piece. Bahir felt it only natural that being Lagi's shadow, called for him to act as well. That left four for everyone else on the Ceres's Roar to have fun with. Bahir grabbed four of his throwing spikes and launched his sickly sting discreetly, being careful to keep the others from seeing what he was doing. The excitement from the creatures' arrival would help in aiding his discreet assault. The spikes travelled at 25m/s a piece, dealing D-tier poison each. Each of the spikes were aimed at each of the remaining creatures. Poisoning the creatures would help the crew and treasure hunters deal with them, at least in his mind. They would be slower if they were hit, after all.
OOC
Stamina: 130/160
Abilities Used:
Name: Sickly Sting
Tier: B-Tier
Cost: 30 | 15
Weapon Type: Throwing Spikes
Class: Supplementary
Range: 15 meters
Duration: Instant
Cool-Down: 3 posts; Sustain + 1
Description: Bahir draws four of his spikes from the handle of his knife and throws it at 25m/s at his targets. Each spike deals D-Tier poisoning, allowing up to B-Tier poison status on a target hit with all four of the spikes.
Cool Downs
Sickly Sting - 3 Posts


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Zadi

Zadi
A-Tier
A-Tier
People were split into groups after the old man talked. Coincidentally enough, Lagi and Zadi ended up in the same group. Fate is strange thing most of the time. One can never truly predict where they may end up. Anyway, the ships sailed off with the adventurers on them. However, silence didn't last long, aside from the constant talked between everyone that knew each other. Three strange metallic-like creatures came from the fog, snatching up a few random pirates, probably to be never heard again. It happened too quickly for anyone within Grimwald's group to act. Zadi wondered how the other ship fared.

Unfortunately, that wasn't the end of the assault. Their successful first attempt at attacking the ship seemed to fuel the creatures' resolves for a second assault, this time more personal in nature. Six landed on the ship while two circled overhead. The good thing about this experience is that everybody seemed to be able to handle it quite well. Zadi just laid low in one of the darker corners of the ship's deck as he watch the other adventurers battle the creatures. If things looked too tough for even Lagi's dragon to handle, then Zadi would fire off a laser of two.

OOC:
Friggin' wow! Stop adding so much detail to your posts everyone! Makes it more difficult to memorize what everyone else said! Tone it down a little, please.

Edit: Aside from editing the spoiler, I would like add that I meant no offense. I'm actually impressed that everyone can type that much detail, but it is still difficult to read through it all.


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Solomon's Proxy

Solomon's Proxy
Ω-Tier
Ω-Tier
Battle on Madam's Storm

One of the Kah'Tul landed near a group of pirates and struck out at the closest one in a silvery blur. One of the pirates let out a cry as his arm separated with a spray of blood that spurred the others into action. They fought back, lashing out with their daggers, but the Kah'Tul nimbly avoided their attacks. It was so focused on dodging the pirate's assault, it didn't noticed Adrastos casting his spell. The black sphere of light was successful in entombing the metallic creature, however, the pirates he was meant to be protecting were caught as well. The light from the spell burned with an intense heat that left behind only a few smoldering remains. The Kouen magician wasn't out of the clear yet though, for a Kah'Tul had noticed the death of its comrade and flew towards Adrastos to strike him with its tail.

Some distance away, another of the metallic creatures hovered nearby Noir, who conjured four electric bullets. The first would be swiped aside with a Parry from the Kah'Tul, but the other three struck their target. Enraged, the Kah'Tul flew towards Noir letting out a Harpish Trill as it attempted to slash her wand-wielding arm with its sharp claws.

Up above, the two aerial scouts weren't left to survey the deck of the pirate ship for long. A thick bolt of lightning crackled through the air and the Kah'Tul narrowly managed to avoid it. One of the metallic creatures noted its source and streaked down towards Ariella, waiting until she was within range before letting out a Harpish Trill to deafen the magician. The creature slashed its claws towards the purple-haired woman to Eviscerate her throat.

The other aerial scout would have followed its comrade to assist with the magician, but it was distracted by Ayero's falcon. Tomato flew in close and launched two grey feathers at the Kah'Tul. The metallic creature reacted quickly, parrying aside one of the feathers and let out a grunt as the second buried itself in the creature's heart. The Kah'Tul fell out of the sky, crashing into the waves below.

Meanwhile, the Kah'Tul that had lashed out at Ariella's Borg, leaving a sizable dent in the instinctive barrier, met an unfortunate end with a dagger between its eyes. Across the deck, a Kah'Tul's guts spilled onto the deck as Ayero's sword pierced through its torso. Behind the Fanalis woman, a Kah'Tul charged towards her, arm raised to Eviscerate Ayero across her back.

Combat Details:

Adrastos: Killed One Grounded Enemy + Three Pirates|B-Tier basic attack incoming
Noir: Dealt One B-Tier + One C-Tier to One Grounded Enemy|Harpish Trill + Basic Attack Incoming
Ariella: Killed One Grounded Enemy|Taken B-Tier Damage to Borg|Harpish Trill + Eviscerate Incoming
Ayero: Killed One Grounded + One Flying Enemy|Eviscerate Incoming
4/8 Enemies Remaining




Battle on Ceres' Roar

As the metallic creatures descended onto the deck, Grimwald spared a quick glance at the adventurers. The sight of both the tall magician and the Fanalis warrior standing back infuriated him. 'I paid them to protect my crew, not sit around! And what's this?! Hiding from a few creatures?!' Grimwald snarled as the blonde-haired woman hid behind a few crates, avoiding drawing the Kah'Tul's attention to her. Now in a foul mood, the pirate Captain looked for the nearest metallic creature and slashed with his sword to cleave the Kah'Tul's head from its shoulders. The silvery beast was quick and parried away the strong blow, but Grimwald's next attack cut it down.

While most of the treasure hunters stood idle, King Lagi did not. The courageous warrior took down one of the Kah'Tul while his dragon made quick work of one of the aerial scouts as it tried to get away. The King's Shadow, Bahir, followed suit, using poison-tipped spikes that hit two of the Kah'Tul, the others he had aimed at were out of range.

The treasure hunters who did not react immediately would find themselves the target of the Kah'Tul. Inaction was a sign of weakness and the Kah'Tul were looking for easy victims. The easiest victim hid in a corner and was quickly surrounded by two of the poisoned metallic creatures who attempted to Eviscerate Zadi with their sharp claws. Likewise, Merrze and Spiritos would find themselves Eviscerated by a Kah'Tul should they do nothing.

In the air, the final aerial scout attempted to get revenge for his fallen brethren by attacking El Drago. After getting in close, the Kah'Tul would use its claws to Eviscerate the dragon.

Combat Details:

Lagi: Killed One Flying + One Grounded Enemy|Incoming Eviscerate at El Drago
Bahir: Poisoned Two Enemies
Zadi: Incoming (2) Eviscerate from Poisoned Grounded Enemy
Merrze: Incoming Eviscerate
Spiritos: Incoming Eviscerate
Grimwald: Killed One Grounded Enemy
5/8 Enemies Remaining

Ayero

Ayero
Ω-Tier
Ω-Tier
As the screams of the dying Kah’Tul die out, Ayero grunts and hefts her blade from the beast’s body. Sensing an incoming presence, the battle-ready woman whips around just in time to parry the majority of the damage from the approaching Kah’Tul’s Eviscerate. The creature’s sharp claws had nicked her shoulder as she turned, but the Fanalis woman didn’t feel the pain from the adrenaline of battle. After redirecting the beast’s claw, Ayero would swing her blade vertically down the length of the metallic creature’s body in an attempt to bisect the Kah’Tul. Should she be successful, the Fanalis woman would turn to examine her surroundings with her blade held up in caution.

[Stamina: 240/290]

Spoiler:
Name: Parry
Tier: C
Cost: 20 Stamina|10 Sustained
Weapon Type: Talwar
Class: Defensive
Range: Close
Cool-Down: 3 posts + 1 Sustain
Description: The user is able to block an opponent’s attack with their blade and push the opponent and/or their weapon away at 15 m/s. Can defend against 1 B-tier, 2 C-tier or 4 D-tier attacks before breaking.


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Adrastos Thanatos

Adrastos Thanatos
A-Tier
A-Tier
Adrastos silently cursed himself. Yes, he had taken out one of the silver beasts, but accidentally killed three pirates which were close to the target he had burned. How did they not even see his spell approaching? He shook his head. The blunder allowed his mind to clear and think more reasonably instead of lashing out in blind anger. Area spells wouldn't be wise given the close quarters they stood on. The only way an area attack would work is if they were directed toward the ones flying in the air. Why the hell did he use that spell in the first place? Stupid, Adrastos! His head would be lobbed off by one of the superior figures, possibly Madam Trixie, later for his clumsy error.

On the other hand, why would he care? Those pirates were just in the wrong place at the wrong time, right? Their loss meant his gain. His frosty silver eyes looked at the charred remains without a glimmer of remorse or guilt. He felt nothing about the fact they were now dead or even that it was his fault that they had died. Was he that heartless? The scent of burnt flesh entered his nostrils. How could such a revolting stench smell so sweet? All Adrastos could smell was honey, or was it something else? Death, obviously, but why would it smell sweet?

Movement caught his attention in the corner of his vision. It was silver and fast, but luckily, Adrastos' Borg went up to provide some protection for the blue magician. Once the monster attacked, Adrastos cast Aqua Vipera Glacialis Morsus, a spell that was more controlled than his previous one. A three-headed water snake was formed with ice fangs in each mouth, and it was sent at the creature who had attacked with its tail. "Die," he whispered under his breath so nobody would hear. "Die with your brethren."
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WC: 316
Magoi: 190/250
Cool Downs:

  • Nemesis Sol - 4 Posts
  • Aqua Vipera Glacialis Morsus - 5 Posts

Abilities:
Name: Aqua Vipera Glacialis Morsus
Tier: B
Cost: 30 magoi
Element: Water/Ice
Class: Supplementary
Range: 30m
Cool-Down: 5 posts
Description: The user creates a 15m long three-headed snake out of water that has ice fangs. It moves at 20m/s within a 30m range from the user. If bitten, the spell inflicts B-Tier freezing damage.


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Ariella Negri

Ariella Negri
Ω-Tier
Ω-Tier
Ari grumbled at vaguely hearing a deafening tone, her borg absorbing the attack though the sound drew her attention to the incoming opponent. Wanting to make sure to keep from causing as many casualties as possible, Ari wasted no time in retrieving her bladed dagger, swinging the blade of it around for a moment as she waited for the enemy to get closer. As soon as it was within range, she used Slice and Dice to clash with the Eviscerate. Not wanting to waste the momentum of the weapon, Ari used Slash and Bash, grinning as the heavy ball struck the creature in the head, distracting it enough for her to lodge the blade into the metallic body. It was not her cleanest kill, but it kept her alive and the pirates safe.

[Magoi 210/300]
[Cool-down:
Storm Strike – 4 posts
Slash and Bash – 5 posts
Slice and Dice – 5 posts]

Abilities Used:
Name: Slash and Bash
Tier: B
Cost: 30|15 Stamina
Weapon Type: Chained Dagger
Class: Offensive
Range: Close
Cool-Down: 5 posts
Description: Ariella holds her dagger in one hand, swinging the ball end of the chain around at 25 m/s and aims it at an opponent’s face before stabbing the opponent’s body with the dagger. The ball and dagger each deal C-tier damage.

Name: Slice and Dice
Tier: B
Cost: 30|15 Stamina
Weapon Type: Chained Dagger
Class: Offensive
Range: 3m
Cool-Down: 5 posts
Description: Ariella holds the ball on the chained dagger and swings the dagger around at 25 m/s in a 1-3 meter radius from herself, dealing B-tier slicing damage to anything at the end of the dagger.


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Bahir

Bahir
β-Tier
β-Tier
Bahir sucked on his teeth for a moment as only two of his spikes struck true. However, two enemies moving at full speed was better than four enemies moving at full speed! Bahir watched as the Kah'Tul moved to act on the stationary treasure hunters. Dammit! Bahir used his Explosive First Step and Feather foot. Luckily, the fanalis assassin was good at thinking on his feet and his next plan was VERY in tune with his assassin nature. The assassin was now moving at 10m/s with making little to no noise as he was speeding towards the Kah'Tul that was approaching Merrze. Once at a reasonable distance, Bahir leapt into the air and came down fast, bringing his foot down as an axe kick onto the back of the creatures neck. The sudden appearance of Bahir's shadow caused the creature to turn to look, but was only able to let out a sound before Bahir's foot came down on its head, dealing B-tier damage to its skull.

Bahir landed and looked up to see what was going on. The two poisoned Kah'Tul were still heading towards the magician lying low, but the Kah'Tul that was heading towards the Imuchakk turned its attention to Bahir. The fanalis kicked himself mentally as the creature ran towards Bahir. The spy unhooked his triple stick from his hip as creature neared him. He held the weapon in his right hand in such a way that one end of the stick was unfolded while he held the other two in one of his hands. The Kah'Tul closed in on Bahir quickly and brought its claw towards the spy to eviscerate him. Bahir used his stick spin to knock the creature's claw away. Using the momentum of his spin, Bahir brought his left heel around, pivoting on his right, aiming it towards the creature's neck. The Kah'Tul parried Bahir's kick and made the fanalis spin so that his back was towards the creature.

Without thinking, Bahir leapt forward into a roll. In the middle of the roll, Bahir grabbed his spikes and threw three of them towards the Kah'Tul before he was back to his feet. The creature caught the first one, but the next two made contact. Bahir turned to look at the creature only to met by a loud, high-pitched sound. The Kah'Tul had used its Harpish Trill and the next thing Bahir knew, there was only a ringing that filled his ears. He put his hands to his ears and closed his eyes trying to block out the sound. When Bahir opened his eyes again, the Kah'Tul was leaping at him. This was the time he should let his instincts take over... and by George he did! He fell backwards on his back with his feet together and knees at his chest. The Kah'Tul was about to pass over him, but Bahir extended his legs with an explosive force, kicking the creature in the torso. Thanks to Bahir's fanalis strength, the force of the impact caused the creature to change direction. It flew upwards and Bahir rolled to the side to avoid the falling body.

Bahir slowly rose to his feet and put his hands down. The ringing was still present, but he was able to see a bit. I won't be able to make it to those... He thought as he glanced at the two Kah'Tul heading towards Zadi.
OOC
Stamina: 90/160
Abilities Used:

Name: Stick spin!
Tier: C - Tier
Cost: 20 Stamina
Weapon Type: Triple Stick
Class: Defensive
Range: Close
Duration: Sustained
Cool-Down: 3 Posts or Sustained + 1
Description: Bahir grips the middle section of his sanjiegun and spins it rapidly at 20 m/s to parry projectiles or weapons strikes that would equal up to B-tier damage. If wanted, Bahir can sustain the ability to continue his defense.

Name: Explosive first step
Tier: D-Tier
Cost: 10 Stamina
Weapon Type: None
Class: Supplementary
Range: Self
Duration: Instant
Cool-Down: 2 posts
Description: This is one of the things Bahir is most proud of, having an explosive first step. With it, he can break into his sprint much sooner than other people. This ability allows for Bahir to skip pass the jogging phase and enter immediately into a run and reduces the phasing from run to sprint by .5 seconds.

Name: Feather Foot
Tier: D-Tier
Cost: 10 Stamina
Weapon Type: None
Class: Supplementary
Range: self
Duration: 2 posts or Sustain +1
Cool-Down: 3 posts
Description: When using Feather Foot, the user becomes extremely light on his/her feet, nullifying most revealing sounds that may be made on floors, leaves, and/or twigs. This is effective despite what level of speed the user decides to move at, and it is effective for up to 3m.

Cool Downs
Sickly Sting - 2 Posts
Explosive First Step - 2 Posts
Feather Foot - 2 Posts
Stick Spin - 3 Posts

Ammunition
12/15 Throwing Spikes


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