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#7004355 Yugioh: Forsaken Legends [IC/PG-16/Not Accepting]

Posted by Skaia on Yesterday, 10:35 AM

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While she had tried to dissuade the white haired man, his attention seemed to shift over to Izayoi. Thinking that the man was holding out on them, especially as he told them he only had an old synchro deck to come through the tournament with, Hibiki was attempting to pressure the man into revealing whatever it was he was hiding. However, the older man did not seem to back down in the face of the psychic duelist, throwing out names that she didn't quite recognize, but which Hibiki likely did. They too were likely psychic duelists, ones of likely large power, and it only made Furiko even more curious about the man. However, while curious, she hadn't asked him and instead had her attention turned towards the monitor. Seeing that Yugo was up to bat, she looked to the others and said,"well, let's leave the threats for on the field. There's another duel going on and I think it'd be best to go watch that instead for now."

 

As such, she turned to look at the monitor and watch the explosive beginning between the two synchro players. Both mirroring each other's plays, despite their different decks, and both opening with a rather similar board. She was familiar with Blackwings, due to the fame of one such user known as Crow Hogan in the past, yet she hadn't ever seen this Raikiri before. Then, there was Yugo who brought out two dragons, nearly identical in appearance and name. She couldn't help but feel enamored at the glistening green wings of the white dragon, and there was even some sort of odd feeling that she had been getting from elsewhere. She couldn't quite place it, but it also felt as though there were a pulse coming from her deck itself, though, when her eyes drifted down to the deck case, it seemed to settle down. 

 

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"Pleasure to meet you then, Valeria." As she greeted her, she snapped her fingers in realization saying, "right, that's where I saw you." Zephine proceeded to give the girl the rest of her cards, helping her reassemble her deck in its entirety. As Valeria thanked her, she said, "no probs, Val. Happy to help a fella out. Besides, can't wait to see how they do in that action you wanna show 'em in." Thinking back to the brackets she then said, "but man, it's a damn shame you know. I won't be able to see 'em in person unless we get to the semi-finals." She then shrugged saying, "ah well, guess that's life for ya. Just gotta wait then I s'pose." 

 

Looking back to what she was now referring to as her new found friend, she asked, "so there Val, whatcha got on the agenda for now? Duel's a long ways away, and wandering by your lonesome is probs a bit borin' right?" Hearing the roaring crowd, she followed with, "though, I s'pose that there's always a duel going on to watch so there's that." But, with a smile on her face, she turned back to Valeria asking, "so, whatcha wanna do for now, Val?"




#7001823 Post and I'll Tell You Why I Like or Dislike You

Posted by Skaia on 19 April 2017 - 10:57 AM

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#6998616 Pokemon Gijinka: The Fallen God [IC/PG-16/Not Accepting]

Posted by Skaia on 10 April 2017 - 03:03 AM

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Finding the house wasn't entirely difficult. Nine hadn't been wandering for that long before he had found a building that hadn't seemed that affected by whatever unnatural disaster had made its way through here. Once it was in his sights, he merely quickened his pace, making his way over to it. Knowing that Azriel was the only way he was going to be able to help both the sheriff and Meloetta recover. However, while he had made his way to the door, stride unbroken, he paused when he at arrived near the entrance, with a familiar looking face walking out of it. "Gwendoline?" He was a bit confused as to what the ghost was doing here with the former sheriff. Well, it was possible that she had already known him, after all he wasn't the only one who had met people on the road, so how she knew him didn't really matter. When the Mismagius had asked him if he were here for her, Azriel stepped which Nine nodded."Apologies m'lady," he said towards the ghost, "but my business is indeed with him. And I take it you already know why I'm here?"
 
 "I do not, young gentleman, I can't read minds after all." Azriel said with a gentle smile, despite the fact that the man had clearly known something before Nine had even spoken.
 
Sighing a bit, thinking that the man was messing with him somewhat, before saying, "Kayla sent me. She says that you know where I can find someone."
 
"You'd think she'd be the best for the job, being Deputy. Who could you be looking for that a retired old man could help you find?"
 
"Jirachi."
 
 He looked at Gwen. "Perhaps you should leave us be for now, young one."
 
"No, it's...He's with me. Nine, what are you asking this for? I mean...we are looking for Legendaries but why all of a sudden this one?"
 
"Oh, sorry for springing this on you Gwendoline," he said with a smile on his face, though a somber look in his eyes. "But, I need to find it to help out here, and the sooner the better."
 
"I am not sure you understand how wishes work, young man." Azriel said. "This city cannot be recovered through its power."
 
"Not the city as a whole of course." Nine looked around, seeing that there were still others moving about the street, before saying, "just two very important people."
 
Azriel was silent for a while, looking, strangely enough, at his hands. Without looking up he spoke. "You are a passionate young man. Righteous, and protective of your friends. Admirable traits. But even such positive things can be twisted."
 
Nine was a bit confused by his words before saying, "I'm not sure I follow."
 
Azriel shook his head. "I don't expect you to....No one can predict the future. Any meddling can lead to disaster; this is the wisdom I have been given, and it is what I must lead my life by."
 
Nine seems to grow only more confused by his words, before he forces his face to return to a more neutral expression saying, "I don't need to know the events of the future, I just need to know what direction I have to go to get to it."
 
Azriel closed his eyes. "Without acknowledging the future it is already doomed. I cannot lead you to Jirachi. I know not what fate you would bring to them."
 
"What?" His composure broke, seeming both irritated and impatient as he said, "the only thing I want them to do is help me save her. There's no other wish I want granted and there's no other business I have with them. That's the only "fate" I want involved with them."
 
Azriel looked at Nine. His eyes looked older than even the man himself. "I saw a young man, many years ago, who was talented but troubled. He was running from something that much was clear but other than that he seemed simply another chaser who was looking for Legends to fill some void in their life."Azriel paused. "He asked me for advice, as many people did back then, and I gave it. It seemed harmless at the time, and I wanted to help this poor young man, despite how I denied many previously."Azriel's voice began to shake ever so slightly. "I saw that young man several days ago. He killed many people. All in search of a legend. I am bound to neutrality and I broke it that day. How can I do that once more?"
 
"I-..." Nine seemed to be taken aback by the man's words, feeling ever so slightly meaningless in the face of the man's sorrow. The weight of what he was asking was sinking in, yet, he wouldn't be able to stop now. "I don't know what it was that you've done in your life, and I don't really know what happened here. However, I've devoted all my life to finding these legends. I have only ever wanted to know more, and only ever wanted that knowledge to help others. I've seen some pretty messed up shit, and I've seen someone so terrifying they believed they could oppose one."
 
"I know it sounds hollow and selfish to say that I won't become that, that I'm different, that I've seen enough to not be changed anymore. So I won't. All I know is that I need Jirachi to save," hushing his voice a bit he quietly said, "Heather. Sure, saving her would probably help here and it might even save others but," a bit of a pained chuckle escaped the main's mouth as tears started to form in his eyes saying, "I just want to say "hello" to her again." Looking back up to Azriel, his own sorrow present he simply said, "please."
 
"Heather." Azriel said and his eyes were glistening. "I am bound to neutrality...Come with me." Azriel then turns around and enters his home, leaving the door opened behind him.
 
As Nine followed the man in, he looked around to observe his surroundings. The inside of the house was...extraordinarily basic. There was a cot to one side. A small chest where one might store clothes, and a painting on the wall. One that depicted Asriel with four young Gijinka. Several candles were spread throughout the room, all alight. A smell of lavender filled the air. There was a strange feeling to this room. A relaxing feeling. There was a sense of sacredness as well, though it seemed to come more from Azriel than the room. Azriel walked to the chest and opened it, searching for something inside.
 
Awaiting the man to finish rummaging through the chest, Nine looked to the only thing that stood out to him in the room. The painting. The painting showed four young gijinka, and Azriel, who didn't look much younger than now. There was a Zangoose girl, nearly an adult, standing next to him and looking brash with a cocky grin. A Seviper who seemed to be in his mid-teens, farthest from the group. And standing in front of Azriel was a preteen Karrablast with her fists on her hips, standing protectively in front of an even younger Shelmet. He felt some sort of odd sense of familiarity while looking at it, but eventually turned to face Azriel again.  

Azriel stood, holding in his hands a shell. It was bright blue, with a pinkish tinge around the edges. "Many years ago, I, and some young wards of mine, went to a trip to Northshore. Two of them, that Karrablast and Shelmet there, went missing for a time. I could not for the life of me find her, until, nearly an hour later, I did."
He smiled down at the shell.
 
"The Shelmet was a shy girl, but sweet, she had decided to get this for me as a gift. The problem was that tide was coming in. She grabbed the shell but the tide began to sweep her away. We found her with the Karrablast clutching her, holding onto driftwood that was just barely stuck in the sand. I was going to scold them but...when the Shelmet gave me this shell, she said the first words she'd ever said in my presence. 'Look, isn't it pretty?' " He chuckled a bit, and sighed. "When I was searching, so frantically, for the pair, I was lost. And when I was lost all I had was my wish to find them safe. And so I wished. And so I found them. I cannot tell you where Jirachi is. I can only share this old man's memories."
 
As Nine listened to the man's story, he thought he sort of got the gist of it. Nodding as the man finished his story, he still looked solemn, yet not quite as in despair. "Thank you," he said. "Well, I suppose I'll keep on looking as I always have then, though, this time will hopefully be a bit different." With a single goal, or wish, in mind Nine looked to the man with newfound resolve. "And I'll do my best to not lose myself during my travels."
 
"That is all anyone can ask for." He said. Nine would notice that the man looked a bit more tired, a bit older, than before.
 
Nine nodded to the man before waving and saying, "thanks again." With that, he leaves the building and looks to Gwen. "Sorry about that. Shall we go meet with the others now?"




#6997303 Yugioh: Forsaken Legends [IC/PG-16/Not Accepting]

Posted by Skaia on 06 April 2017 - 01:36 AM

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Furiko started feel more a sense of disgust from the man as he blatantly admitted to having been stalking her, and then felt a little more on edge as he tried to insist on getting what it was she was doing out of her. The thought of someone like him getting to know just what it was they were up to. He already seemed plenty fine with hurting whoever whenever, but if he managed to get involved with the wicked gods then that could only mean trouble. As he had threatened to get the information out of her, she stood firm, yet silent, unable to directly answer him. However, he then remarked about how Izayoi was likely a psychic duelist, and a rather potent one at that if he were able to destroy X's D-Wheel with such ease. Furiko didn't really know a lot about Psychic Duelists, nor the true breadth of power they actually had, but if this man was really allied with the Wicked Gods then it only made sense that he'd be able to do something of that scope. Regardless, she finally said,  "sorry, but I like to keep my private life away from my fans." 

 

 
As Akaryuu made his way back to the group, he seemed to think that they were here to congratulate him for his victory, though they hadn't moved from this spot to begin with. Though she tired to keep her wariness from him, attempting to look calm she said, "well, it didn't seem to be much of a match. Are you doing alright?" The man's overall lack of concern for what had just happened was certainly off putting as well, but trying to act suspecting wouldn't be at all helpful right now. 

 

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Hanae kept a similar grimace over her face as Ayame seemed to accept her challenge in stride. As the purple haired girl tapped on the shoulder before bidding her adieu. Hanae kept a glare on her before turning away and starting to walk away herself. As she started to walk forward, her hands started to tighten into fists as she bit her lip before letting out a, "gaaaaah, who does she think she is!?" While this most certainly attracted the attention of those around her, she gave a scowl to them, making most go back towards minding their own business. "I don't see her for at least a year and she's still got the same shitty, smug attitude. That f***ing rich snobby, gaaah," Hanae started mumbling to herself. While anyone who had been watching the conversation prior would've had no idea what Hanae was talking about, nor was her ramblings entirely accurate either, that still didn't stop her from fuming. 
 
Clenching her fist, she started waving it at the air before saying, "just you wait Iwaki-senpai. I'll kick your ass eight ways to the graveyard and back and wipe that f***ing smile off your shitty face." As she said this, the image of Ayame looking at her with a pretentious smile on her face and condescending look in her eyes as she laughed at Hanae went through the blonde's mind. With a low "grrrr," she then said, "that b****!" Sending her fist out in a rage, she then felt it connect it with something. 
 
"Owwowowwow..."
 
A soft thud could be heard as she turned around to see someone lying on the ground, rubbing their forehead. Hanae went from pissed to suddenly worried in a few seconds saying a low, "oh s***." She looked around, for a second, seeing that she had once again garnered some attention, but felt somewhat awkward in this moment. So, before the girl could get up, Hanae awkwardly shuffled away, getting as far away from the scene as possible. 
 
Picking herself off the ground she simply said, "jeez, the hell was her problem?" Rubbing her forehead a bit more, she simply shrugged and said, "ah, whatever, doesn't really matter. Now then, where was I?" Putting her headphones back on, she played the music again and said, "oh right!" With the tuneplaying in her ears, she continued to walk along, bobbing her head faster as the song picked up and not really paying much attention until she felt something else bump into her. 

 

Falling down, hitting the group with her rump, she let out another, "ow." Wincing in pain she then mumbled, "man today's not my day." As the girl reopened her eyes, she saw that the person she had pumped into was apologizing, unlike the last one, to which the white haired girl simply removed her headphones saying, "nah, s'all good. Was my b. Wasn't lookin' where I was goin' either." Looking at the cards scattered about the ground, the girl said, "oh that ain't good. Lemme help you out there." Helping pick up the scattered deck, the girl marveled at the cards saying, "woho, these are some pretty unique things I'm seeing here. Got a pretty nifty deck there Miss....uh?" As she handed the deck back to  the person, she couldn't help the feeling that this person was familiar looking. Seeming to hit a realization before saying, "o'course. Where're my manners. Name's Zephine Dalca!" 

 

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#6997248 Fire Emblem: Curse of the Goddess [IC/PG-16/Not Accepting]

Posted by Skaia on 05 April 2017 - 10:11 PM

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After some waiting around, the group had gotten around to getting ready to take their leave of the city. Taking the presents from the inkeeper, who was apparently named Santa, Alois opened his to see that it was something similar to what he already had for his axes. Some means to sheathe and carry them with ease, and not worry about axe blades digging into him as he walked. As such, Alois gave a simple, "thanks Jolly Red," before the group had went on their out of the inn and towards the gate. As they got to the gate, the group was then presented with something else that stopped them, though, this was oddly a message for Asura. After learning that he had to go home to take care of his mother, Alois gave a simple wave to him as he parted saying, "well, catch you later on the road then." 

 

The loss of their swordsman compatriot gave Alois and odd feeling. One he wasn't sure how to describe. It was true that the man was oddly both silent and rowdy, and while the boy couldn't really ever get a bead on him, it still felt odd to have someone they had traveled weeks with just leave like that. Granted, this wasn't the first time it had happened, so Alois figured he'd just get over it all the same. With not much else keeping their time, the group set out to go and cross whatever forest or mountain range they had to venture over. 

 

The day's journey they had spent walking, outside of a mishap with a horseshoe, was none too eventful. Due to this, Alois took his time to take in the sites around him, which is to say not much but the plains, trees and pothole ridden road they were traveling along. As the group had finally made it to the forest, Alois whistled at the sight of it. It had a certain air about it, one that made it far more ominous in contrast to the environment around it. With a shadow cast around the entire area, Alois felt slightly more on edge as they entered the forest, having this odd feeling that some kind of monster just be prowling about and ready to pounce on them. 

 

As the group came into sight of someone else on the road, seemingly stopped by a fallen tree, something did indeed jump out of the woods. Immediately feeling on guard for what it was, Alois noticed that what had leapt at the stranger was none other than...an axe. Well, that was certainly a different kind of monster than he was expecting. Feeling some slight relief, he then realized what it meant and looked around as the older princess shouted that their enemies were likely in the trees. Alois looked baffled for a bit as he said aloud, "what are you expecting us to attack the trees then?" As Cat made her move, it seemed the answer was a resounding "yes." 

 

The littler princess then piped up with an idea of her own, telling him to go climb one of them. He thought the idea of it was ridiculous, but both the idea of attacking a tree and standing around doing nothing seemed to be equally so, so he figured that he'd go with the one that'd give him the best chance at hitting someone. Running up to the tree near Cat, being slightly odded out by the stranger running up and punching it, he climbed up only to see that there was indeed people in the trees. A quick glance showed him there was quite the group who had nesteled themselves up their, but without thinking much on it, he unsheathed his iron axe and struck at the man wielding the lance. 

 

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#6994858 [CHQ] Unseasonal Bloom

Posted by Skaia on 29 March 2017 - 09:20 PM

As Rumian presented the lake to the rest of the group, he himself seem to be briefly taken in by the unnatural beauty of the lilies. It was truly a shame that they had to be dealt with, but nature had a cycle for a reason. And these lilies were quite dangerously impacting it. As he was lost in his thoughts, he turned to face the group again, yet as he did he heard a splash in the water behind him. That was odd. Becoming more alert, the antlered man looked at the group, seeing them minus one, and looked to the water's surface to see the horned boy swimming through it. His eyes going wide with panic, he let out an, "AAAAAHHH WHHYYYYY?!" confused at they boy's sudden action to leap into the water. Shouting out to him, "get back! It isn't safe in there!" The boy did not seem to be listening to him. 
 
Ruffling his hair with his hands, clearly stressed by this, he simply said, "oh this is ba-" stopping himself when he saw that the boy had stopped, Rumian looked at him. He was still in the water, somewhat motionless. Was he dead? That'd be bad. Both for their problem and publicity. However, he hadn't sunk yet, which meant he probably wasn't dead, just floating. Letting out a sigh of, minor, relief, Rumian looked back to the other two as they posed a question to him. 

 

"Do you have a boat we can use? I would like to investigate the big one in the middle more closely."
 
"That's a good idea. You should hurry up too, because if you two couldn't tell, that buffoon, is swimming where those violent things will be."

 

"Right right," Rumian said as he seemed to be recomposing himself once again. "Well, yes, there are boats that we can rent to get across, usually used to go explore the lake anyway. But I, um," he looked to the golem, still feeling a bit bewildered at the idea of a talking stone sculpture, but continued regardless. "I am not sure how well they would hold up all of our weight but, it should be fine. And about your friend, well, if he doesn't drown or go any farther he should be fine."

 

"Hmm... Do either of you two have any fighting experience?"

 

As the little girl had asked her question Rumian was, once again, unsure of what to make of a member of this group, as she seemed to be the "muscle" of the group. Nevertheless, he seemed to scoff at the notion saying, "please, I am a researcher not a fighter. The closest experience I have to fighting is trimming bushes." Nasty bastards they were sometimes. After saying that he refocused himself saying, "right, a boat." And with that, the group was off to get a boat. 

 

They had managed to find a station that had rented out boats, small in size but large enough for the group to fit on with some room to move around, that had two oars on either side to paddle across the lake with. The man they rented from seemed willing to let them use it for free for the time being, but after giving a look to each member seemed to stress that if they broke it they would pay for it. With that, the group would be off to travel across the lake. 

 

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#6993808 RP Smash [IC/Conditional Acceptance/PG-16]

Posted by Skaia on 25 March 2017 - 11:44 PM

~Solarus Desert Battle - Part 2~

 
Xia looked curiously as the smaller dragon shook her head, but didn’t think much of it. What she did think much of, however, was the collapsing storm of lightning all around her. Without much that she was able to do, she just said, “oh this is probably bad.” Bracing herself for the attack, she took it on pretty much in its entirety, letting out an, “oowwwwwww,” once it was finished. Kneeling a bit from the pain, the girl had still managed to stand her ground against the turbulent winds. After getting over the pain, she stood back up and looked back to the smaller dragon, her face oddly beaming. “Man, that was sooo cool. I wish I could do that.”
 
“Ai whash cweatedsh tu do dish,” Tesability remarked before flying closer, though definitely not in punching range. ”Ish yu weewy ah Dwagon? Yu actsh mow wike a Hooman.” The tone wasn’t insulting, no. It sounded more like the smaller creature was trying to make sense of her opponent in her head, as though things weren’t lining up with what she was used to.
 
Xia nodded at the question, saying, “well, I was a human. Then I became this. Which is like, half a dragon, I think?” Xia started to ponder more on what exactly she was before quickly shaking it off and saying, “so I’m both!”
 
Some-f***ing-how, Tesability was managing to fly in one spot while upside down, the answer had confused her that much that instead of tilting just her head, she spun her whole self in the air. “Shay, wha’?” Blinking her solid black eyes at this before righting herself in the air. “Dat no possible! Onwy poshibal tu beesh won Taip!" Flying back a couple of wingbeats, Tesability closed her eyes before reopening them, the white dots that had been used to indicate where she was looking now showing as literal spirals of white. She was still floating above one of the platforms, so a good jump could probably reach her...
 
“Eh? Does that mean I’m not possible?” Xia started pondering the meaning behind that, wondering if she was some kind of super special being. That would be so cool. As she looked back to the smaller dragon, she noticed something. She then looked back to her hand. Right. Fight. Looking back to the dragon, she made quite the high jump, bringing down her hand in a chopping motion as she did so.
 
The fact that she felt a shadow over her brought her attention to the here-and-now faster than anything. She should be the only thing in the sky, so clearing her eyes in time to see Xia just beginning her descent as she brought down a chopping motion on her, catching her more on the lower back with it, due to size difference. This brought Tesability down closer to the ground for a bit before she caught herself and moved back up towards one of the lower platforms. “...nowts tu shewfsh, yu cansh hopsh.” That shot caught her right on the rump with that, so she just got a literal, one-hit spanking. “Dash eetsh.” Electricity surrounded the dragon in entirety before she bolted towards Xia, turning into a literal lightning bolt as she did. This girl thought she could share the skies?
 
Tesability planned on proving who ruled them.
 
Feeling a wave of triumph go through her as her attack managed to land, Xia felt slightly giddy as she landed back on the ground. As the dragon seemed to be recovering, she was happy to see that her opponent was still raring to go, though as the electricity started to gather around her, Xia wasn’t quite sure what was about to happen. So, instead of trying to react to the unknown, she simply put up her arms to guard as the smaller dragon bolted at her.
 
The top of Tesability’s head, though she took the form of a lightning bolt, connected with Xia. Sure, the little dragon saw stars, but she had taken far worse and the girl was also now in the air as well by quite the distance...possibly even going off the platform with this level of impact and speed. The impact was also surrounded by shockwaves that sent the sand below rippling multiple times...one of the other platforms even moved a tiny bit to the perceptive eye.
 
Taking the attack head on, and straight into her arms, Xia felt a large and sudden impact strike into her. Her arms were pushed back further into her as she was taken off her feet by the attack, and sent clean off the platform. Noticing that she was suddenly in the air, Xia couldn’t but look around in wonder, as she landed near the edge of the platform behind her, skidding a bit and with one foot briefly slipping off of it. Despite being surprised, with a good force of will, the girl had managed to keep herself from falling off entirely and put her foot back onto the platform, shaking her arms as the pain from the attack had set it. When Xia looked back, she would see Tesability having landed where she once was, the electricity faded away and looking normal again. 
 
While she looked at the dragon, she couldn’t help but feel like she was being taunted in some way, but the feeling didn’t really set in further than that. Instead, despite the pain she had just felt, she still looked rather joyful saying, “man, the people here are sooo strong. Awesome!” Stepping forward and further from the edge, Xia began to collect magical energy across her fist again.
 
Another sneeze exited her nose, releasing yet another tiny lightning bolt. “...mow magicksh,” she grumbled under her breath. Instead of flying up, however, she started backpawing, giving her wings a chance to rest in this heat as she watched her foe’s actions…
 
...well, at least it was starting to feel hot to her…
 
Having been stationary for most of the fight while the arena was hot, because it was a desert, Xia didn’t feel any difference in it then when she had started. Instead, she continued to charge the magical energy in her fist as she walked forward. As she got near to the opposite edge of her platform, she figured it wouldn’t be a good idea to just recklessly jump up onto the platform, and simply stayed where she was continuing her charge.
 
Tesability shook her head, her throat feeling dry as she breathed in. She felt the attacks of Fire NetMonsters before, but this felt on a different level than them, a different kind of heat. Bending a wing, she tried seeing if fanning herself, or at least her head, would work. It helped a little, but it was nowhere near what she needed to get comfortable again. “...eet hawtsh,” she managed in a whine.
 
As Xia had finished her charge on her fist, she nodded and looked to her opponent who seemed to be staying put, though, didn’t look like they were paying attention. Xia wasn’t quite sure what was going on, but now was as good a time as any to get leaping. And so, running to the edge of her platform, she jumped off and went to pull herself back up onto the center platform again.
 
Tesability felt something through the pads on her paws, a ‘thud’. Lifting her head, she saw Xia pulling herself up onto the center ledge. And so, claws out, she kicked up and flew forwards before landing on Xia’s hands and arms with claws that were starting to spark.
 
As she stood back up on the center platform, Xia saw the smaller dragon bring out its claws and leap towards the water dragon girl. Seeing the sudden leap, Xia could only really bring up one of her arms to block the dragon, but it did little as the sparking claws latched onto it. Feeling a sharp pain go through her arm, Xia winced a bit at it. However, looking at the dragon she realized something and said, “hey thanks.” With that, she swung the arm the dragon was latched onto as she also brought her body towards the platform.
 
“Sumfin won’ wiff gwound,” she responded after the ‘thanks’. "Nu wan--OOF!” Next thing she knew, an arm connected with her snout, turning it into an accordion for the second time this match in addition to launching her back a little. ”Meeniesh!” Pulling her nose forward again to straighten it back out after regaining herself in the air, she glared at Xia and let loose with a roar...which sounded a little too cute to be taken seriously. Yeah, she was hot, but she was a few levels of mad right now. Claws electrifying once more, she zipped forwards towards Xia. This time, only her forepaws were leaving trails of electricity as she swiped forward with one of them. Xia’s watch announced a name at the would-be impact.
 
Stinging Saber.
 
What the NetMonster just did was a named attack.
 

 




#6993764 RP Smash Database

Posted by Skaia on 25 March 2017 - 09:54 PM

Dragon Fish Out Of Water's Wonderful Wandering and Walloping Writings (and more)

 
Day 1

 
Battles/Events



#6992064 Ask Sonic Anything

Posted by Skaia on 21 March 2017 - 09:04 PM

Do you enjoy Tiger Mask? 




#6991247 Ask Sonic Anything

Posted by Skaia on 20 March 2017 - 05:24 PM

White Rice or Fried? 




#6991230 Post and I'll Find a Reason to Ground You

Posted by Skaia on 20 March 2017 - 04:50 PM

Is it because I wouldn't get in the box to Canada? 




#6991222 Ask Sonic Anything

Posted by Skaia on 20 March 2017 - 04:40 PM

So, which character do you prefer. Chaos, or Sonic? 




#6987281 RP Smash [IC/Conditional Acceptance/PG-16]

Posted by Skaia on 08 March 2017 - 08:19 PM

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While the dragon girl had been having fun with her fellow fighter friends at the bar, all good things had come to an end. As the intercom played telling everyone to go to their rooms for the night, Xia sighed in disappointment. While she was sad to end her activities, the intercom did tell her to go see Gnash, and the weird eye fish ball thing was quite friendly. So, getting up from her seat she then waved to the fur monster man saying, "it was fun meeting you." Looking over to her friend she tried to shake her awake saying, "come on sleepy sleepy we gotta get to our rooms." While shaking her, the girl had no real response, to which Xia looked at her and then snapped her fingers in realization as she remembered that this was how some of her other friends were after they came home from the bar. So, not worrying too much about it, she picked the girl up with arm, throwing her onto her shoulder and carried her out. 

 

Navigating through the area to find the guard station, the girl had eventually made her way back to where Gnash was. When she had asked where it was that her rooms were, the eye fish ball seemed to be quite confused, given that he had already told them where it was. Realizing that those rooms and the rooms she was supposed to go to now were indeed the same ones, Xia simply waved to the creature saying, "thanks Gnash," before walking away. After having deposited Angela in their room, Xia left and moved on to her own. Being exactly the same in design to her friend's, there wasn't much room for the dragon girl to move around in, but nevertheless, all she really needed it for was a bed. And so, deciding to wrap the day up, the girl lied down on her bed in an attempt to sleep, excited for what new things there were to do in the next day. 

 

When the day had started once again, Xia woke up stretching herself out a bit before flopping out of bed. Not paying it much mind, the girl sprung back to her feet, completing her stretches as once again, a message played. The girl took note of it intently, knowing that she'd no longer be able to have that "strong stuff" as freely or whatever it was that she had actually eaten last night. However, her eyes lit up at the mention of signing up for fights in order to keep going, as without much thought she went to go sign up for it. Fights were always a good way to meet new people, and what better way to make sure they were new then through randomness? 

 

Continuing through the message, she then went to go check on what these other events for fighting things were. Each one seemed to be either confusing in name to her or really intriguing. And then she got to the last one. Looking at the title with determination and wonder she shouted aloud, "a dragon!?" Xia had only ever heard of one dragon before now and she hadn't actually seen or heard anything about it for quite a long time. To think that there were more out here. Xia looked at the point value, seeing it to be a 5000 point entry fee, and while she wasn't the brightest crayon in the tool shed, she knew that was far beyond her reach at the moment. Down-trodden by this, she had decided that she would instead check out the rest of what these non-combat related events were. 

 

Her eyes stopping on the first thing that she saw, that being the interview, the girl received renewed vigor as she had decided this would be her day's activity. She had no idea who these "Gabby and Ty" nor exactly what an "interview" was, but she did know that the point of this tournament was all about doing new things and experiences. So, deciding to go meet these two people, Xia walked from her room and back to the elevator. As she made her way out, someone saying they were there to clean her room came by, to which Xia just gave them a friendly smile saying, "thanks cleaning friend." What nice people here. After that, she made her way to the magic moving box. Once inside, she focused herself trying to figure out just what it was she was supposed to do in order to get to this television station, before she resolved to just keep hitting the down button. Eventually, it would go no further, making Xia feel that she was indeed at the end of the elevator. 

 

Navigating through the menus on her watch, Xia continued to keep pressing button after button, being somewhat overwhelmed with the raw amount of knowledge at her fingertips but eventually landed on one that she saw say, "TV Station." Seeing that the menu was under the "map's section," she had figured this collection of shapes was just what she needed to find out where to do this interview thing. Briefly congratulating herself for defeating one of the watch's many puzzles, the girl then started to follow the information provided to her in order to get to said station. 

 

As she left the building, Xia was somewhat blown away by just all of the things that were around. All the different kinds of buildings and cars, and...flying cars? While the girl had started to wonder aimlessly, simply in awe of the city around her, she shook her head as she remembered she had a task to do. Going through her map thing, she knew that she had to go find a giant arrow, and so, with that in mind, the girl began walking in the direction of the giant arrow. 




#6987126 Cherry Heart: A Quest Based RP [Main Thread/IC/Starting/Currently Not Accepti...

Posted by Skaia on 08 March 2017 - 01:33 AM

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With the sun hanging high in the sky and every booth set up, every attraction going and every person in the city of Prunus moving about in one big hustle and bustle, the white haired girl couldn't help but marvel at the sight. Her eyes glanced from booth to booth, wondering just what kind of things they were offering, but her vision of most things were obstructed by the festival goers moving about, either aimlessly meandering or going to check things out themselves. The girl couldn't help but feel a mix of both excitement yet unease as she continued to slowly move about the crowd. Busy settings weren't anything new to her, but being in a city that was foreign to her in an ever moving sea of people caused her to move with caution through it. 

 

Trying to refocus herself on what her task was, she knew that she had to look for some kind of guild, but didn't have much of an idea where to start. Having a bit of trouble navigating around, she decided that she would simply join the first one that caught her attention, which was swiftly captured as she saw a staff rise above the crowd. Wondering what it was, she made her way through the crowd, only to see a sight that gave her pause. A rather tough looking man, the kind that was likely to mug someone in an alleyway, wearing a helmet adorned with horns was making his way away from the table. A bit frightened by the sight, Fen wondered just what kind of other imposing people were in the guild and started to turn away, thinking it best to just look for another one. 

 

However, stopping herself, she shook her head as if to tell herself not to be stopped so easily, and turned back to face the guild's sign up table. Waiting as she saw a girl with cat like ears and tail walking away from it, Fen slowly approached the table, before asking the lady sitting there, "um, is this where the sign ups are?" 

 

"Yes, you're in the right place miss!" Celica was looking quite excited as another potential applicant went closer to her stand. "Are you interested in joining Cherry Heart? In that case, may we perform a short interview first? It will be quick, you don't need to worry too much about it."

 

Seeming to be slightly more at ease, Fen nodded saying, "oh um, sure, that'll be fine."

 

"First of all, can you tell me more about yourself? A short introduction should be sufficient."

 

"Um, well, my name is Fen Yi and I'm from the city of Fraxinus. My family runs a restaurant there, the Yin Xin Yue."

 

"Ah, wait, you're the daughter of the owner? I really like the food there!"

 

Her face lit up a bit as she said, "oh you do? Mom and Dad will be really glad to hear that."

 

"Maybe we should consider having a joint- A-anyway, I'm sorry for getting distracted. On to the next question, can you tell me why do you want to join this guild?"

 

"Well, it's a tradition of my family's to go out and explore the world. We like to see new places and find new creatures to help better widen our expertise. So, I was thinking that a guild would be a good way to go about that."

 

"I see. Do you have any goals in mind, something specific you want to achieve or aim for in this guild?"

 

"Oh, um," seemingly taken off guard she began to think on it before saying, "I guess I hadn't thought of any specifics. I just uh, want to see what there is and cook new things."

 

"Hmm...it's fair to think about it like that for now. Do you have any skills, magic, or abilities that you can use to help the guild?"

 

"Well, I'm good at foraging plants and hunting, and while I'm not as good as my parents, I'm still fairly confident in my culinary skills. Oh, and uh," pulling the polearm off her back she says, "I'm still fairly new to it but I know how to fight with this. And I have a small amount of magical talent," holding out her hand, ice crystals began to form across the surface. "But it isn't really that useful."

 

"Refrigerating food...ah! Do not worry about not knowing how to fight, we will help you with it as long as you're willing." Celica then brought out the document she had shown several times to other people that day, and pushed it towards Fen's direction. "Lastly, are you willing to accept the terms and conditions for joining this guild?"

 

After briefly looking over the notes Fen's lights up a bit as she nodded, saying, "sure." After that she signs her name down she bows, saying, "thank you for having me."

 

"You're welcome, see you later once the festival week's over."

 

With that, the white haired girl had left the booth, letting out a deep sigh of relief. She had managed to get past the first hurtle of her journey, and it seemed that not everyone in the guild was as tough as the horned helmet man. Not really minding where she was walking, the girl aimlessly moved about with her eyes facing the ground until she accidentally knocked into something. Being pushed back by the sudden collision, falling to the ground with an, "owow," the girl picked herself back up only to notice that what she had knocked into was another person. Seeing the blond haired boy, somewhat taller than her, she noticed that he gave off quite a menacing aura himself and, panicking like a small lamb, she started to apologize. "Oh no, I'm sorry, sorry. I wasn't paying attention to where I was going. Are you alright?" 




#6986317 Cherry Heart: A Quest-based RP [OOC/Currently Not Accepting/Co-hosted by Skai...

Posted by Skaia on 05 March 2017 - 01:52 AM

Alright folks, the list is set and the characters have been chosen. It is as follows:

Final Judgement

If your character's name is here then it means you're in. So congrats. 

For those of you who didn't get in, we do indeed have our reasons for them as listed below. 

Final Judgement Reviews

 

With all that said there are still a few characters that had some gray area to them and thus they will be discussed in this area below:

Gray Areas
 

 

With that, judgement has passed.