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 Prologue:A City In Illumination

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PostSubject: Re: Prologue:A City In Illumination   Mon Sep 17, 2012 2:54 pm

It wasn't exactly a peaceful trip being abruptly carried all the way over to this man's hideout. Her kidnapping has indeed caused some noisy uproar and panic from the people she was with just seconds ago. Not being able to talk actually made the experience more boring and slow than it should have been- she wasn't even facing forward, her upper body hanging towards the kidnapper's back allowed her only to see the road as they passed.

It was hard concentrating when grappled in such a way, specially with her arms being hard to move in that position but she eventually managed to release her left arm from her side and extend it outwards... This was her chance to try and escape, if she could cast a spell... Wait... Her voice was muffled and she couldn't speak- there was nothing she could cast like that!

Eventually there was a jump, the witch could clearly notice the change in altitude. Moments later she could see a wall of stone quickly sprout from the ground right in front of her face, nearly slamming her- That hit would have probably knocked her out.. What happened next was incredibly unexpected: Instead of continuing forward she could see that she was being turned upright, from the stone wall her gaze shifted forcibly to the black sky above her... This only lasted for a second before...

THUD!!! A sharp pain invaded the necromancer originating from her back, then she wasn't moving at all- she had somehow been released and ended up face-up on the harsh stone floor below. Behind her pitch-black dress was Mei's small backpack containing her legacy item... It was an extremely solid rectangle which failed to absorb any of the hit- instead transferring all the pressure onto the spot int he girl's back upon which it was set, concentrating the force and making it much more painful. Meidas didn't cry or make any noise... This physical pain was nothing compared to what she had endured before. Still, she was stunned for a few moments, wincing, before regaining her composure and quickly rolling into face-down position and then getting up on her knees in other to regain her footing.

Just as she managed to look up and assert her current position the girl was grabbed once again in the same manner, though luckily now her mouth was free to speak her spiteful mind. "You fool, why are you doing this!? How dare you ruin my mission!? Do you know what punishment awaits you?" She had many questions... The kidnapping didn't seem to make much sense- she was clearly enraged even though she appeared calm.

"Or maybe you're just a pervert then, aroused by my beauty?" She spoke in a teasing tone, yet full of spite- Getting any words out of this man would be a good step forward.
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PostSubject: Re: Prologue:A City In Illumination   Mon Sep 17, 2012 3:03 pm

Shaen was about to protest about the man's fish comment when the man slipped a small piece of parchment, small enough to fit in the palm of a hand, into Shaen's right cloak pocket. Regardless of what it said, the most important thing right now was finding Mei. After all, he had promised to keep an eye out for her. As soon as he had promised Jordan that he would help keep the younger girl out of trouble, his life had turned upside-down. First, getting practically kicked out of the kingdom of Meridan, where he had lived all his life. Now, this. Oh, why did he have to be stuck with such a troublemaker?

"Do I-" he started to say to the man - Vin - but before he could finish his question, the man had left and the cart disappeared into a sea of people. Not that he could have kept up with the cart. He was not a slow runner, but even giving the average speed of a human, a cart was still faster. He turned to the others who were still standing nearby. A silvery-haired human and the sword man... "Excuse me. You did not see where my sister disappeared to, did you?" His voice was still a bit rough, though his countenance was considerably calmer than a few minutes before. Finding Mei would be his first priority and he was willing to work with these people, if they could help him. Whatever was written on the parchment would simply have to wait.
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PostSubject: Re: Prologue:A City In Illumination   Mon Sep 17, 2012 4:00 pm

Calaereth had felt rather bad for this man. Apparently, the man she saw running away was kidnapping this fellows sister. 'I can help you find her, if it would make you feel better.' she said, trying her best to brighten up this sad situation. Slowly, she turned the wall into dirt, and it fell and joined the rest of the earth beneath it, then from that dirt, sprouted the greenest of grass, and flowers of many colors, revealing a cave. She figured that this man must have run through to escape the sight of the others.

Thoughts raced through her head. How could she be so stupid? Why didn't she try something sooner, something that could have stopped him? Now she's here, poorly trying to help this man find his sister, who was gone because of her own faults. She could not help but be angry with herself, as she had yet again messed up. She felt a pulling sensation in the pit of her stomach, and knew what was coming as the ground started shaking. 'Go, get out of here! Go!' The winds were picking up, swirling around her. There was only one possible outcome of this, and she did not want to hurt anyone else. The urgency in her voice should clue on that there is a dire situation about to occur.
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PostSubject: Re: Prologue:A City In Illumination   Tue Sep 18, 2012 12:41 am

Yami sighed, ignoring the frustration of letting Mei escape, even if it was by getting kidnapped. He silently watched the silver-hair woman turned the wall that Mei's kidnapper escape through into dirt, impressed by such a feat. Before entering the cave, he felt the ground shake and heard the woman's words. "Whats going on?" Yami stared at the woman with some concern in his eyes, feeling the wind starting to swirl around her.
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PostSubject: Re: Prologue:A City In Illumination   Tue Sep 18, 2012 7:50 pm

Lightning began to strike the field. Repeatedly, she could feel the lightning connect with the earth, as if she were the earth. She saw a large flash, then she felt her body go ablaze with power and heat, and she blacked out. Everything after that was a blur.
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PostSubject: Re: Prologue:A City In Illumination   Mon Sep 24, 2012 3:43 pm

This strange white-haired lady could help him find his sister? The corners of his lips turned upwards slightly. The wall that had just gone up fell to the ground. Had he been in a better frame of mind, he would have asked the woman if the wall was, indeed, her doing. He squinted through the dust... wait, was that a hole? Was that where Mei disappeared to? And if so, then how did she know about the hole... unless... no. Shaen bit his lip. That was not possible.

Suddenly, a voice distracted him from his thoughts. "Go, get out of here! Go!" The youth blinked a few times and tightened the grip on his staff. Just because this strange woman possessed some sort of magic - possibly druidic, if his memory served him correctly - did not mean that she was the only one. He drew in his focus and, as he did, he could sense the protective feelings he felt, first towards Tiri, and now, towards Mei, begin to surface. If he was injured here by these strange winds, then he would not be able to help either of them. Slowly, but surely, a thin dome-like barrier began to form, centered around his staff and then moving outward, surrounding both him and the sword man in a protective barrier. Unfortunately, the druid lady was standing just too far away.

Lightning surrounded them and it was all Shaen could do the maintain enough focus to keep the force-field type spell in place. But the storm was too strong for his distracted focus. As the lightning struck the ground all around them, he saw the druid lady fall to the ground. Once the lightning let up a bit, he quickly moved over to near where she was lying and knelt down. "She is alive, but it would be wise for her to get medical attention." He paused and placed his hand on her forehead and muttered a few words that, to the casual observer, would have been very difficult to make out, much less understand. "Unfortunately, these effects of... druidic magic..." he wrinkled his nose slightly before continuing, "... are not my area of expertise." He turned towards the sword man. "We should move her before the authorities come." There were bound to be questions and, other than finding Mei, Shaen wanted nothing more to do than to avoid said questions from the authorities.
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PostSubject: Re: Prologue:A City In Illumination   Sat Sep 29, 2012 2:43 pm

None of this was going according to plan, as he saw at first. Then again.. he didn't really have a plan in the first place, so complaining wouldn't really get him anywhere. Limping along in a dark tunnel was better than lying on the floor unconscious right now. The tunnel itself wasn't a problem to navigate, considering how easily he could see through such darkness, with his toned eyes. That didn't make the rough terrain any easier, though. All the while, he failed to notice that he had left the girl over his shoulder un-muffled. She seemed to be going on some sort of rant as well, which just annoyed him more. "Just be glad that you weren't killed out there." He bellowed towards her as he continued on.

"If you know what's good for you, you'll keep quiet or else this cavern will collapse on you and crush your puny little body. Now shut up before I make you." Ramelus tilted towards her face over his shoulder, and as a result, allowed the girl to see his vicious eyes from beneath his skull mask. As he turned, his horns also brushed up against the top of his mask, although they didn't exactly pop out from it, so it would take a discerning eye to be able to see something like that in this pitch-black tunnel.

As Ramelus moved ever closer to his hideout, he continued to analyze some of the interesting people he met during that little skirmish. There was the girl, dressed in black, who seemed to have plenty of hide at the moment. She'd be of some use if he could pry open some answers later. The tall, cloaked one who took orders from someone, but seemed plenty capable of doing his own work, if he tried. He'd be a threat, if he ever saw him again. The priest.. as little a threat as he seemed, he despised anything relating to holy affairs. And the white-haired maiden who could have cut him in two with that wall of hers. He'd have to get back at her, if he ever got the chance. Whatever happened next was bound to be exciting, with all these strange personas around. Once he returned, Ramelus had to make plans to make sure whatever that body was didn't leave the city just yet with anyone else. After all, what's a thief without a prize to take?

(The prologue is over! At this point, the story will branch off between our respective characters, with a main storyline encompassing many different areas. I'd like to remind everyone that we're always looking for detail! The more detail you can give, the better we can reply to! I'd also like to thank everyone who's got this off the ground so far and I hope that we can continue this into a healthy RP group as it goes along.)
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