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#7115468 Fire Emblem: Soul of Heaven [IC/PG-16]

Posted by Y'shtola on Today, 12:28 AM

Yue was waiting for Aleithe to reply, biting her lip when no answer was forthcoming. Oh no oh no oh no, she thought, sweat starting to bead on her face. Did I...make him mad? Ugh, of course I did, he probably thinks it's a bother coming over and dealing with me. She cringed, looking around for a way to make her escape from this awkward conversation, when she straightened suddenly at a nearby conversation.


"What's a salamander doing here? Do you think...the Jourans?"

"Nah, what would they be doing here?"


"But still...maybe we should do something about it."


Uh oh. "E-excuse me!" Yue tugged briefly on the first speaker's shirt. "You said...a salamander?"


The man looked at her clothing. "You Yonan? Yeah, found it over near one of the bars. Best stay away from it, missy, you never know what one of those'll do to you.


"Um...I don't know..."


"Well, take it from me. They're bad news," the man shrugged and resumed his conversation.


The archer turned back to Aleithe in a panic. "Aleithe! W-we need to go back, now!" her voice grew shrill and actually fairly audible in her panic. And with that, she ran back toward the way she had come. However, as unerring an inner compass she had in the wilderness, she could not help but become hopelessly lost in town. Soon, she lost sight of Aleithe, and anybody, actually, finding herself in the back alleys of town.


"W-where am I?" her lip trembled. "I'm scared..."


"You'll find yourself even more scared lest you give me some of your gold..." a voice whispered into her ear accompanied by the sharp prod of a knife against her back.


"Eep!" Yue shrieked and accidentally clubbed the poor mugger with her elbow, running for her life before he could do anything else. Her eyes were wide and scared as she ran without thought, until she nearly crashed into a large scaly hide. "Oh, Gojira, hello!" she smiled, "And uh...hello...Ada...Layne," her voice dropped to a whisper as she stared at her feet. "Um..." she searched for something to say, to be polite. "Oh! Yeah, people were talking about a salamander...maybe we should...um...move?" she looked up, gnawing on her bottom lip. "I don't like it when people stare..."

#7115466 Pokemon Gijinka: The Fallen God [IC/PG-16/Not Accepting]

Posted by Y'shtola on Yesterday, 11:21 PM



Kazo didn't seem to wake up as much from the shock as Ari did. So Mac had to drag the much bigger gijinka through the forest, but even she gave up as the mushrooms got bigger, colorful lights moving around at a dreamy speed. Ari gave up soon after, collapsing to the ground beside the other two.


The next thing the lion knew, he was back at Pride Rock. He had just defeated Entei, and come home a hero. Even his uncle James, who didn't really like him that well, was smiling proudly. And, best of all, his dad was there, alive and well, giving him the biggest smile he had ever seen, eyes alight with warmth. "You did well," he said, and the words caused Ari's eyes to well up with tears. "You are a true king, but best of all, you are my son, and I'm proud of you." And his mother was there, hugging him in front of everybody, but he didn't really mind that so much right now, and his friend Tiana was there too, grinning broadly.


"You are a true Chaser now," Regirock, who had decided to visit, agreed.


And others had come to see his grand homecoming, like Mac, Kazo, Kah, and even Suiten. The Helioptile snorted. "I could have done better, but you didn't do half bad." And the Gabite looked down at him, a tender smile eclipsing his usual fierce looks. "As expected from my little bro." And then he hugged him.


"You mean it?" Ari asked.


"Yeah, I do," he replied. "You're the little brother I never had."


The Litleo burst into full-out tears at this point. "I-I thick de sabe thig doo," he replied through his sniffles. "I aways wabbed a brodder."


"Hey, don't cry, squirt," Kah jostled his shoulder. "You're big and tough now, like me. You can't cry. No, n-no way," she grabbed a handkerchief and blew into it noisily, causing Suiten, who was standing beside her, to stare at the Hydreigon in disgust. 


"Hehe...heh," Ari smiled brightly. "I wub you guys." This was the best day ever.






"Why would that tire me out?" She said in a monotone. "If you want to fight then fine by me. I'm not supposed to refuse guests. It's not my problem you want to be beaten so badly." She then strolled past Easter towards the stage that was still set up from the previous fight.


"Whew," Easter whistled. "You're just like Fi. I'm not sure if that's good or bad." He let her remarks wash off of him like water off a Psyduck's back. After all, he was no stranger to trash talk or overconfidence...on both ends. He stood opposite her on the stage, his pose relaxed. "Ladies first?" he asked, though he didn't really care whether she attacked first or not. He knew better than to underestimate females, after all...he shuddered. No, best not to think too much about her right now.


Still, how she reacted, or didn't react to that would tell him quite a bit.






Keanu winced as the feathery darts slid into his body, draining his energy. Marie, however, seemed to be taking it much worse than him. He was about to move toward her when he saw Randy go down and his face paled. "What...no no no!" he yelled. Randy was the strongest of them all, and if he went down...then they were screwed. Royally so. He grabbed a random berry from his pouch, grimacing at seeing it was a Kelpsy Berry, and nothing useful for the Incineroar.


Gritting his teeth, the Pikachu fired off another Electro Ball, hoping that they would be able to wear Yveltal down soon...and that Randy would get up soon. At least Marie had gotten up, and that other Pikachu was still with them. Otherwise they really were dead. "Eat lightning, you lolo buggah!"

#7115456 The Chosen [IC/PG-16]

Posted by Y'shtola on Yesterday, 10:51 PM

"Woo!" Gilly cheered, seemingly unaffected by the grisly sight before her. "We did it! We won! Though of course we did," she grinned. "We have the awesomest person ever with us, me!" She looked down at the snake woman. "Hmm...I wonder what snake tastes like," she mused. "Or maybe she'd taste more like human? Or maybe her human half would taste human and her snake half would taste like snake. So if I just eat the snake part, then that wouldn't be so bad, right?" she started to mutter to herself after that, contemplating the moralities of eating creatures that looked like people. But really, she was just hungry, so anything looked like food to her at the moment.


Reiny boy started to carry Mute Girl, so at least that was taken care of. Gilly started to approach the eggs curiously. "Do you think we can eat these?" she asked the others. "I'm really, really hungry and we've been down here a long time, haven't we? I wonder if Hob's getting hungry up there, oh and Pinky too! And maybe Mr. Edgy McEdge..." the halfling took hold of one of the eggs and looked closely at it. "Huh, this looks...really old. Ugh, that means it's probably gone bad by now," she pouted. It was then she noticed the glowy orb thingy, but she decided that finding food was more important, so she started rummaging through the nest for anything yummy.

#7114976 Fire Emblem: Curse of the Goddess [IC/PG-16/Not Accepting]

Posted by Y'shtola on 16 August 2018 - 05:52 AM





Catriona listened to Tsetseg's various suggestions on the road. "Lily Wolves..." she mused. "I feel that might be too amicable for our task." Still, it seemed her suggestions were little better. The woman colored slightly at her sister's pointed comment. "I believe it is a good name," she defended primly, but said no more on that, her pride stung. When Shiro arrived, the lord put those thoughts from her mind to listen to his report. "Good," she nodded briskly. "Thank you."


"Our hearing is keen," Licorice explained to Penelope patiently. "Though it is keener still in animal form." She watched the girl's antics with amusement, twitching her ears to see how she would react. "Would not it be easier to face forward?" she asked guilelessly. After hearing that most of the group seemed ready to move on, the black fox nodded in deferment to their opinion. "Very well."


"Yes, we should be fine," Catriona said, before glancing at Link, lowering her voice. "I would like to speak with you about the bandit you talked to, when we get the chance." She turned to Edrick, listening to his concerns. "I know," she said, her tone gloomy. "But that is all we have to go off of, so we shall head north unless we get a clue otherwise. As for winter..." she hesitated. "I can only hope that we make it through."


Eventually, as time passed, the trees started to thin, the sunlight casting wide beams of light upon the ground. It was...odd, seeing actual uninhibited sunlight. It feels as if we have been here far longer than these few days. There was something about not seeing the sky that made time pass in strange ways. Soon enough, the trees ended and the sky stretched out before her, an expanse of azure broken only by the pale forms of what had to be mountains in the distance, their peaks tipped with snow.


We have come far, she thought. Galtea only sees the tip of the Dran Mountains. I never thought I'd see scenery such as this, with people such as these. She had thought if she were to see this, it would be as Queen of Galtea, on a diplomatic visit to their ally. But instead...she was here, not even as Crown Princess, but as a regular traveler, hoping to stop what might very well be the end of the world.


But we have farther yet to go. So, turning away from the grand view in front of her, the white-haired woman looked back at her companions. "Let us move on," she declared.



Chapter 5: Creeping Darkness


Date: September 7th, Year 556

Time: 6:00 PM (Vespers)

Location: Pelinna Road


The road seemed to stretch on for forever, though Catriona knew it had only been a few hours since they had left the forest. So far, they had had no troubles on the road, but she knew that might not last. Still, it was odd to see a land so...empty. There were no houses, no villages, nothing but the ever unfurling road before them.


"We shall have to think about finding a place to set up camp at some point." Though it was still too early to do so, in another few hours, it would be dark. As soon as she said that, she noticed a sign pointing forward, though the words were far too weathered to make out. "Is there anything up ahead?" she asked the Histians of the group.


Meanwhile, a crow, flying overhead, had spotted the gilt wrapping of Link's present from Santa, poking slightly out of his stuffed pack. With a caw, it dive-bombed the man, grabbing the gift soon afterward and flying off with it.


"How unlucky," Licorice observed.






His Royal Majesty, King Reginald of Galtea, Archduke of Augusta, and Head of House Nabudis, paced the floor in his room. "So you say that it is true then?" he demanded. "Sir Cyrus's departure...he really had known, hadn't he? Why else would he leave?"


"Yes, your Majesty. It is said that he conferred with Lord Lucati before the latter was executed," the man before him replied, his voice soft and deep.


"Do you think, then, that he has some connection with the fallen House? With Pontus?"


"I would not count it out of the realm of possibility."


The royal's face soured. "If that is so," he muttered darkly. "Then we must investigate...the man's background, his current whereabouts, and the squire who left with him."


"I have sent some men already, Sire."


"Of course you have," Reginald shook his head. "How could I have expected otherwise from my spymaster?" His face hardened. "We must stamp out all Pontic activity, especially while my daughters remain missing. Are there any updates on their whereabouts?"


"None, My Lord," the other shook his head sadly. "Though my spies say that they entered Histia."


"Yes, mine have informed me of that as well," the king mused, his eyes narrowing at the man, but at the other's lack of reaction, he continued. "It is imperative that they return here, to Galtea, where I can at least keep an eye on them. To that end, I would have you bring them back. Can I trust you to do this, Lord Sebastian?"


"Sire, you can rest assured," the other bowed with an ambiguous smile. "I shall have them back well before the ink dries on your seal."


"Good, dismissed."


As the door closed with a soft sound, Reginald turned to stare out the window, one hand hovering over a draught board. "And so the piece makes its move," he said softly, picking up one of the carved wooden pieces. "But for which side? Black...or white?" he smiled thinly. "Black might move first, but I always choose white. And," he slammed the piece down with a clatter. "I have not lost a game yet."


OOC: We're finally out of the forest, woot! Also, Link has just received a trick--his present has now been stolen by a passing crow. And this is your second warning, Wind Rider.

#7113950 The Chosen [IC/PG-16]

Posted by Y'shtola on 09 August 2018 - 05:05 PM

Gilly stumbled back, face stinging from the snake woman's backhand, the movement causing her to unintentionally avoid the snake lashing out at her. "Ouch, that hurt," she pouted, before jumping in once more with her ice spear. The snake lady was currently distracted fighting the others, so now was the chance to strike! She was aiming for the chest, but she would be satisfied with striking anywhere.


"Gilly stab!" she shouted, thrusting upwards. While there wasn't as much power behind her attack because of the angle she was going at, the halfling wasn't thinking about that.


The spear pierced her chest, though it was a shallow wound, it was still a wound, and it still hit where she had wanted it to go. "Hyaah! That's what you get for messing with the Great Gilly!" So satisfied was she with her achievement that she didn't notice the twitching arms start to slowly move toward the spear.

#7113841 Fire Emblem: Curse of the Goddess [IC/PG-16/Not Accepting]

Posted by Y'shtola on 09 August 2018 - 02:07 AM



"Here, I am starting to carry too much and do not wish to be overburdened. Plus I believe, if my memory serves, you handle magic less well than I."


Catriona frowned, but accepted the pure water with a nod. Magic, tactics, and social situations...all three were things she could not match her younger sister in, and of course the girl just had to rub that in. The lord then catalogued the various votes out loud. "So...two for the Seekers, two for the Flower Patrol, one for a name to do with lilies, two for a name to do with wolves..." She thought for a bit. "The White Lilies sounds elegant...and as for the canines...perhaps the Dogs of War? Or the Bloodstained Lilies?" She was starting to get more excited now. "Or the Bearers of Fate? Or...Ever Valiant?" she couldn't help but slip that last one in.


"And you may scout ahead if you feel the need," she had almost forgotten about Adelaid's question. "However, I have already sent Shiro and another frog out. So it might not be quite necessary." She was impressed with the pegasus knight's diligence, however. She turned to the others afterward. "If we are finished here then, I would have us set out."




After saying their final farewells, the group made their way through the forest along the Pelinna Road. The path was narrow enough they were forced to march two abreast and winding enough that they nearly stumbled into trees multiple times. Thankfully, the undergrowth was minimal in the dim light. Still, though, there was something about this place...


It's too quiet, Catriona realized. It's as if the trees themselves are listening. She felt foolish immediately afterward. Perhaps I have let this place get to me.


"Do not fret," Licorice's voice was low, a whisper that crawled into the crevices of one's nerves. "This forest is always quiet for outsiders."


What does that mean? Did the fox mean that the group just lacked the ear for hearing the forest noises, or that the forest kept itself quiet around them? Honestly, she wasn't sure if she wanted to hear the answer.


The black fox had them stop at a juncture where what looked like a deer trail split off from the main road. "This path leads to the bandit stronghold," she informed them tonelessly. "I overheard your earlier argument. If you would like to investigate it, do so now."


Catriona hesitated, peering at the others. So far, it seemed as if most of them wanted to just leave the forest behind, which she could not blame them for. It felt as if they had been in here a year, maybe more, but perhaps there was still something left to find. "What are your thoughts?" she asked the group.


OOC: All right, so basically one last chance for deciding whether to investigate the bandit fortress, and then we move on. Also, Catriona is bad at names, but eventually we will have to figure out a good group name.

#7112863 Fire Emblem: Soul of Heaven [IC/PG-16]

Posted by Y'shtola on 02 August 2018 - 08:23 PM

"It's fine. I am here now. Come, let's return to that bar. You can trust me to protect you from any unpleasant people." Aleithe then bowed at a man...oh was that the man she had almost crashed into? Oops.


"Hm, or maybe you'd rather not be around the bar for now? I can accompany you if that is what you needed. Although...splitting off from the group might lead us to be left behind by them once they leave for our next mission."


"Ugh..." Yue groaned, trying not to just...sink to the ground and burst into tears. She had regained a measure of her sanity just now, with Aleithe here, Aleithe who was always so calm and confident. The archer shook her head, looking at the ground. "I...maybe," she said hesitantly. "Just for now...I don't really know if I can handle returning, or if I'd just run away again." She bit her lip. She knew...she was holding the others back right now, but she really, really didn't think she could do this.


"I just...need to calm down for a bit, maybe." She looked away. "Sorry," she muttered.

#7112755 Natural Twenty [OOC/Limited Acceptance]

Posted by Y'shtola on 01 August 2018 - 11:42 PM

Well I'm glad to see there's interest for this RP. And shush, Hakima, they might not know you're joking.


But yeah, I think this is enough interest to turn it into an OOC. We shall start on the test RP tonight--or tomorrow if I really drop the ball. The point of this is to get several posts, even simple ones, out in a relatively short time frame. I will only be posting to set the scene, change the scene, or give NPC actions--basically, act as the DM--and a few of those times will be considered the start of a round, which I will make very obvious. I will not be giving deadlines or dates for when I start a new round, so try and get as many posts out as you can. While I do prefer quality posts, I will be mainly judging on activity, that is, seeing that you can stick to an active posting schedule.


I will be giving more time before the end of the first round in case you all need time to figure out exactly what kind of character you want to use for the test RP. You are allowed to use characters you've used in previous RPs, though keep in mind that you will probably not be using those characters for the actual RP, or at least not those exact characters.


Edit: The test RP is up! I sent it via PM so look out for it in your inbox. Also make sure to refresh before posting so you don't get ninja'd.

#7112751 Fire Emblem: Curse of the Goddess [IC/PG-16/Not Accepting]

Posted by Y'shtola on 01 August 2018 - 11:22 PM



As Catriona awaited any suggestions for names, Shiro approached her. Surprised that he had thought of one so quickly, she looked straight at him. "Yes?"


"Princess, if you do not mind," He began. "If you can tell me exactly where we're headed next, I will scout ahead for the quickest and safest route out of the forest while the other prepare themselves for the journey."


"Ah," she replied, mind racing through the options. The night's sleep, while restless, had done much to jar her from her emotionally charged state. She felt...much more in control, now. "We are headed north. However, I do not know the exact path..." she trailed off.


"It's the one that the Patrol use," Urvan, who had been near enough by to hear, replied for her, nodding his head affably at the frog. "You know, the Pelinna Road, the main one." It was apparent that he expected Shiro to know what he meant, and indeed, after some thought, the frog Protean would recall a road that ran straight through the forest. While not as wide, nor as traveled as it used to be, it was still bare enough of underbrush that one could call it a road. "We'd go with you to the end of it, but we need to take care of these here bandits," the warrior became stern then. "Though, with three forest natives, and two former Patrol members, I don't think you need to worry about getting lost."


Penelope walked up to Catriona then, beckoning Licorice to join her in meeting the newcomer, and greeted their newest additions. "Adelaide, Shiro, welcome indeed to our group. As you can see we're small in number but I believe with some proper usage of our abilities we can be quite the force."


"Oh man, Addle's joining us too? Woo! Hi Addle."


Addle? The lord thought, nodding a greeting to her sister before turning back to Shiro. "If you know what road he is talking about, then I would appreciate that," she said. "However," she hesitated, going over the exact way to phrase what she wanted to say. "Do not overstrain yourself. A lone traveler marks themselves as easy prey."


"Oh oh, me too! I can do the scouting thing too! I'm as silent as a leaf...a falling one, or one on the ground. They're both pretty quiet." The girl nodded to herself as she said this.


"Shiro will not go alone," a voice spoke up then. "I shall go with him," Aka declared.


"I think, in this case," Urvan said, seeing the determined look on the purple-haired Protean's face, "You might do better staying here, little one," he smiled down at Tsetseg.


"Very well," Catriona nodded her agreement, though she wasn't sure quite why Urvan wanted the two frogs to go alone. Was not three safer than two? Unless he was worried about stealth. She quickly shelved those thoughts as she waved the two off.





The two frogs soon afterward set out. The forest was quiet, but not overly so. The evergreens stood like skeletal soldiers at the side of the road, draped in a gown of morning fog that grew thinner and thinner as they walked. Every so often they would have to avoid a pine cone, or a fallen tree branch, but otherwise the way was clear. Squirrels chittered angrily at them as they interrupted their foraging, and boars would lumber out of their way on their search for truffles. Once, they saw a black bear, blinking sleepily at them from atop a tree, one paw digging through a beehive.


When they reached the end of the forest, Aka turned to the blue frog beside her. "Shiro, I wanted to tell you--" she stopped. "No, never mind. There's no point now," she said softly, glancing up at the now-visible sky. "I have accepted my weakness, but some day, I shall be strong enough to face you directly." She smiled, before lowering her head to gaze at Shiro from the side. "Until then, I will give you this," she held out her hand, a wind chime with five bells dangling from it. "I bought this from a merchant. She told me it shall ring when an enemy that means you harm is near. Once for each bell. It has rang for me thrice now, and each time has saved my life," she said, remembering how she was almost caught off guard by the bandits, save for the clear tone of the chime. "May it serve you well." She bowed then, a low bow for respect, and then quickly performed an about-face to enter the forest once more, almost jogging in her nervousness.




Hange pulled Tsetseg aside soon after. "Tsetseg," they said, expression unusually serious. "Before you go, I think you should have this." They handed over a vial of dark purple liquid. "This is the venom of the purple-back spider, found in southeast Isauria. I've been using it for experiments--safe ones of course," they smiled. "But I think you might need it more. There's only enough for one use in here. It's strong enough to kill a horse in under a minute, and a human being in less than half that. I've heard that some Isaurians use it as well. Just spread it on the tip of your arrow, and you should be good. Just don't get it anywhere near an open wound, okay?" they grinned.


"Hange, what are you giving Tsetseg now? Nothing dangerous, I hope," Erwin stepped forward, frowning.


"Of course not. Nothing dangerous at all...to her," the shaman replied in a sing-song tone. 


"By the dragon, do I want to know?" the cavalier face palmed.


"Probably not."




Right before the frogs left, Penelope gave her thoughts on a name. "We are supposed to be a traveling mercenary band yes? We wouldn't want anything too out of place or...telling shall we say. I suggest we be called The Seekers."


Alois shrugged saying, "works for me." Then, turning to the princess in reply to investigating the fortress, "I'm not really sure how much information we're going to be finding there and I could use a break from this forest as fast as possible."


"Hmm... I uh... Sorry but I really can't think of anything," Sienna said, shrugging sadly.


"We might have to gather more supplies..." Gunther said.


As if his words had summoned him, a frog approached right then with Edrick's pack. Said lancer then spoke up. "No offense, Penelope, but 'The Seekers' isn't exactly inspiring. Though about stopping in at the Bandits' stronghold, we could potentially find some information. They did not seem the smart type so maybe some of their letters and such are still there. Also we could maybe grab some supplies from there. Better than lettin' it go to waste. Also...maybe I could find somethin' about my horse."


At that point, Ciela trotted up to the group. "Did I miss anything?"


Adel also approached, but much more quietly. She watched from the side, as did Licorice, though the fox's attention was more on Penelope and Rohns than anybody else.


"Excuse me," one of the Patrol members appeared then. "This here's for you, from all'a us," he gave Alois and Edrick an iron axe and lance respectively. "As thanks for killing the bandit leader. We woulda given something to the shaman lady too, but she's gone and left now."


"Yes, she chose to leave," Catriona replied, reminded of that. She had explained it to the others during the feast, but the Patrol might not know. "If we see her again, we shall send her your regards."


"Well," the man scratched his head. "I guess I'll give this to you then," he handed over a book. "This here is an Elwind tome. What with her being magic and everything, we figured she'd be able to use it. You can have it though, if any of you all use magic."


"Hmm," Catriona flipped through the book idly, not really understanding any of what she read there. Closing it with a snap, she accepted it with a gracious nod of her head. "Thank you, I'll give it to..." she glanced at her sister. "Penelope, would you like to have this?"


She turned to the others afterward. "I believe with that settled, we should decide what to do next. There have been a couple suggestions to head to the bandit fortress, or we can just leave the forest entirely." Personally, she didn't really mind either way. While they could learn something new investigating the fortress, it appeared that Link already had, so perhaps it wasn't actually needed. Still, they might see something he had missed. "As for the names...one vote for the Seekers and one against. We can come up with more on the road." She held herself back from voicing her own suggestion again. Ever Valiant was a fine name, but, it seemed, not one universally appreciated.


OOC: So we have had three treats in a row now. Shiro, whose treat is the Warning Chimes, which ring when an enemy is nearby, with two uses. Tsetseg with the Spider Venom, which one-shots an enemy, with one use. And finally Penelope with the Elwind Tome, which is an upgraded version of her Wind tome. Alois and Edrick have also received an Iron Axe and Iron Lance. Now the group must decide whether to head to the bandit fortress or not. Shiro is still currently on his way back from scouting and will probably return by the next round.


#7112522 Natural Twenty [OOC/Limited Acceptance]

Posted by Y'shtola on 31 July 2018 - 06:55 PM

~Theme Music~




A Dungeons & Dragons RP


Hosted and Co-hosted by:

Sethera and Hakima


So I have wanted to do a Dungeons & Dragons roleplay on this site for a couple years now. However, due to various factors in my life, such as hosting and cohosting active RPs, and real-life duties, I have kept telling myself "I'll do it when I have more time." And since I have recently completed a number of real-life tasks, I figure now would be as good a time as any to start this--or I'd never do it. I am naming my D&D RP concept Natural Twenty, as an homage to the old failed club, but the title of the actual RP adventure will be different.


Rules and Information




Choosing Our Players


Note: Yes we are still accepting applicants.

#7111425 Fire Emblem: Curse of the Goddess [IC/PG-16/Not Accepting]

Posted by Y'shtola on 24 July 2018 - 11:17 PM



The next morning, Catriona woke up early and ate her food. She noticed that Ciela was still sleeping, but left her alone. The sight of her lying there brought back memories of Ithome and their argument. She'd rather not risk poking a sleeping wyvern, and said as much if it was brought up. Sandara then assured her that if the troubadour were still sleeping by the time they were ready to depart, she would send somebody to wake her up. However, the fox lady had clearly forgotten, distracted by her only daughter leaving the tribe once more.


At the exit to the village, Gunther advised against investigating the bandit stronghold. Link defended the lancer, which was an interesting development that the lord hadn't foreseen, what with the both of them standing on polar sides. Then again, she also, had reason to be suspicious of Edrick, but had eventually placed those worries aside. Edrick had proven himself time and time again, a fact the resident knight struggled to accept.


She was a little confused by Link's assurances that they would not need to investigate the stronghold, ignoring his slip-up--after all, they had fought side-by-side long enough that he had well earned the use of her first name. Perhaps the mercenary had managed to investigate the hideout earlier, when they were separated. He had always been surprisingly stealthy for his class. She would have to ask him what he had found.


The white-haired woman was distracted by Tsetseg, who had been happily chatting with Penelope, turning to the group. "I met some of you already but I mother always said something about the importance of 'formal introduction' or something, so." The bow thief cleared her throat before her exuberance seemed to become far more subdued. With a short bow and a calm voice she said, "I am Tsetseg Altansarnai of the Hati Tribe and Pelinna Patrol. Thank you for having me." She lifted her head back up. "But yeah, we're all going to be good great bestest friends! I know it!"


Catriona stared at the bowwoman quizzically. "We are glad to have you as well, Miss...Altansarnai," she offered. "I am sure you and your bow will be an asset to our cause."


Off to the side, Licorice stared at Penelope as if she were the most fascinating person she had met. "You are very curious," she observed, her voice laced with amusement. "And thank you, I am sure it will be." She did not smile, though her lips quirked up slightly. "I will introduce myself again. Licorice, of the fox tribe." She bowed gracefully, the movement causing her tail to shift just enough to avoid Tsetseg's pounce.


“Pegasus,” Link murmured, and Catriona moved her eyes from her sister to the mercenary in curiosity, before the sounds became obvious to her own ears. Soon afterward, four pegasus knights cleared the tree line, landing down in a clearing the patrol had inconspicuously left bare. The first one to land was an exhausted-looking blonde. She approached, nodding to Urvan, who nodded back, and dropped to one knee before the princess.


"My name is Adelaide Sylvia. I will be dedicating my spear and body for the success of your quest from now on, milady."


Ah. So this was the other person who would be joining them. Shooting a surreptitious look at Urvan, the lord cleared her throat and said. "You may rise, Miss Sylvia. Welcome to..." she hesitated, unsure of what exactly to call their eclectic group. "Welcome to our company." She would have to ask the others for suggestions. I still think Ever Valiant is a good one, she thought, though it had been summarily ignored earlier. "Allow me to extend my gratitude for your aid. We shall assuredly have need of it in the coming days."


The Patrol proceeded to say goodbye to the pegasus knight. Urvan gave her a serious look. "Whatever happens, you are always welcome in the patrol," though going by his expression, he did not believe that she would return, at least not anytime soon. "I wish you all the luck out there, Adel," he said with a final clap on the back.


"Do your damnedest to stay alive," Levi said. "It's a cruel world out there."


"Don't be a stranger!" Hange chirped, giving her a hug.


"Goodbye," Erwin said formally, bowing slightly. "It was a pleasure to fight alongside you."


"...Be careful," Shaoran said after a struggle. He then turned to Penelope and bid her goodbye as well, though it was more serious this time, and less flowery.


At that point, Catriona was about to suggest leaving, when she realized that they were still missing one of their number, so instead she looked at the others of their group. "We are still waiting for Ciela, but in the meantime, now that our numbers have bolstered, perhaps it would be a good idea to come up with a company name for ourselves.


OOC: Not as much happening this round, but we do have another new face joining the party! Say hello to Nai's second character, who has introduced herself as Adelaide Sylvia. I think aside from the opening chapter, this is the chapter with the most new characters joining. Post with your reactions and stuff, as well as your character's suggestions for a company name. You can also post your suggestions in the Discord or Skype chat as well.

#7111181 GFET 4 Match 1-30

Posted by Y'shtola on 22 July 2018 - 10:58 PM

I'm honestly tempted to vote for Simia here, but I'm going to vote for Ilyana instead. I remember really liking her personality, and I can definitely relate to her love of food. :)

#7110581 The Chosen [IC/PG-16]

Posted by Y'shtola on 17 July 2018 - 09:05 PM

For some reason, the others weren't as willing to get close as Gilly was. She wasn't sure quite why, but it seemed like they were worried.


"It's a trap. A painfully obvious one at that..." Mr. Lindow said, causing the halfling to squint. A trap? Really? Hmm...so that was why. The man then asked where Mute Girl's captor was, but she seemed confused by that question.


It was then that a giant snake woman thing emerged from the wall nearby. She also had snakes for hair, which seemed really strange. Would that be like if Gilly had mini-halflings for hair? She couldn't imagine it--all those hairy feet. Or maybe it'd just be their top halves, which wouldn't be so bad, but then would she have to share her food with them? Questions like those squirmed through her mind as the snake woman squirmed ever closer.


"Venomous snakes." Mute Girl warned the group.


"Sssssoooooo." The creature spoke. Her voice sounding like a whisper which somehow made it to all their ears. Not only did it reach their ears but it also echoed in their heads. "You wissssh to take my babiesss food? They're ssssoooo hungry after all thesssse yearssss. I won't let them go without for another day. If you resssissssst...perissssh!"


Reiny boy led the way, drawing his sword and approaching slowly. Gilly was less careful, summoning an ice spear and throwing it at the woman, though she did try and avoid spearing the dragon boy. "Gilly toss!" she cried.

#7110226 [Debates] U.S. Asian Community

Posted by Y'shtola on 15 July 2018 - 10:10 PM

Yeah nah I'll do it on a general thread if I do it probs.


Also I like Pokemon, which was also made by Asians. So yeah.

#7110068 [Debates] U.S. Asian Community

Posted by Y'shtola on 14 July 2018 - 10:19 PM

mfw I want to actually spark a serious discussion, but this is a misc thread.


Sooo...Asians. They exist. They also made YGO, which is cool.