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PostSubject: Combined Story game 2.   Sat Mar 29, 2014 11:35 pm

This is a forum game that requires multiple people, first one person posts part of the story, then another person posts another part continuing from the point the other person left off, after finishing that I will start us off....

45 Years later...
"Eärendur... Niko... I'm sorry... I failed to protect what I was entrusted too..." An old looking man said, he looked heavily aged as a long beard hung low, a strange man stood above him, strange runes swirling around him, a dark smile crossed the mans face, as his brown cloak flowed through the air flawlessly. "Sebastian Drisar, How weak you've gotten, You use to be unmatched in sword fighting. Trained by the legendary Kazi'lian Elves themselves, Niko and Eärendur. The last two of them. Speaking of which where are they? Still in the void they thought they killed me in? Hahaha.... What fools they were to think that, I was born there. It was nothing but merely recharging of my powers. That's right Sebastian, it's me, Drak'sin... the one who you thought was killed... I must admit I was not expecting Eärendur to be able to harness the power of all 12 Soul gems... it was quite... a shock, but no matter, those gems are all gone, and you are alone..." Drak'sin said with a devious smile on his face as he held a black sword to Sebastian's chest. "And now, this is good bye, Sebastian Drisar." He laughed as he slammed the sword thru Sebastian's chest, it was almost instantaneous the last thought that crossed Sebastian's mind was how sorry he was for failing them, for failing everyone... the Guardian Orb was exposed, Drak'sin would find it, and all would be lost.
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PostSubject: Marian   Fri Apr 04, 2014 12:46 am

"Love, come here." Marion reached warmly towards the little child that teetered shyly away from her.

The child reluctantly followed her command, approaching her just in a way that reminded her of-- of-- of someone she hadn't thought of forever. Krieg. Her grandfather. That night-- the battle plans-- her grand mistake, ah. Without realizing it, Marion dropped her hand limply, just as her granddaughter was reaching for her.

Mafalda tumbled into her gently as she lost her balance. Marion was quick to rectify her mistake and catch her, but it was too late for the sensitive child. She was already wailing.
"Mafalda, love. I'm sorry-- shh, shh. It's okay." She hugged the girl to her, but her mind was far away. What had happened to Sebastian? He must have been successful with his quest. There was peace. The world seemed safe.

But as her-- Krieg's grandchild wailed, she felt oddly unsettled. She could not place her finger on just why, but she as a chill crept through her, she realized perhaps her past was not as far away as she thought.
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PostSubject: Re: Combined Story game 2.   Fri Apr 04, 2014 1:27 am

AND THEN a unicorn appeared, next to the girls and swallowed an apple.
soon there after.... He turned into a fabulous warrior
"Well hello there, I am longbottom.. a Warrior from the bellini clan. I traveled here to tell you.... I am here to steal your horse.. The brown one..."
And as the girls stood there shocked that longbottom was just a unicorn a few minutes ago... He left and took their brown horse..

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PostSubject: Topic: The next generation   Fri Apr 04, 2014 9:38 pm

The wind howled during the dark, chilly night. Salvio awoke to a cold chill running down his spine. He felt uneasy, as if the spirit of the land itself was warning him of an impending danger--But first, an introduction...
    Salvio, a young male of age seventeen, was an elementalist-in-training under the guidance of the sage Yulyssa. From a young age Salvio was surprisingly talented in his ability to bend the four natural elements: fire, water, wind, and earth; noted this was not a commonplace feat. Salvio, orphaned from a young age, was taken in and taught by Yulyssa, the Sage of Reality. She saw in him great talent, and more so, had seen a vision on the day of their encounter, a vision that showed her his role come his eighteenth birthday; which would occur in a full cycle of the moon. Yulyssa was a mother, teacher, and best friend to Salvio, and to her, he showed equal love and respect; this was the powerful bond needed to thrust the wheels of fate into action!
    Anyway, back to the event at hand-- the earth itself spoke to Salvio. Literally! The spirit of Gaia emerged in Salvio's bedroom. Gaia, an iridescent being of energy, dressed in dew-covered moss as a dress and a bonnet held together by flowers, vines, and branches, twirled and floated in front of Salvio speaking in a voice that echoed, yet sounded so dulcet "Salvio...Young Salvio Wisp, I have been watching over you for some time and I come to you now because a terrible evil stirs in the darkness...I know you felt it too, no?" As Salvio blinked his eyes repeatedly, as if trying to awaken from a dream, he shot up and tried to hurriedly look presentable. Gaia smiled and, as if leading an orchestra, waved her hand majestically to catch his attention. "Listen to me Salvio Wisp, something terrible will occur in a full cycle of the moon. But please know that you must not let your heart falter; you must seek those with the same fate as you, Salvio. Know that the world's fate is now in your hands. Find them Salvio, You must find them and fulfill your fate," and just as suddenly as Gaia had appeared, she was gone in a light gust that seemed to resemble freshly fallen rain.
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PostSubject: Re: Combined Story game 2.   Fri Apr 04, 2014 9:57 pm

As the strange unicorn disappeared into the forest, equally strange storm clouds quickly began to gather. After a few minutes, a single bolt of lightning fell from the sky, and a loud scream was heard. Marian could almost swear she heard Sebastian's voice say "LEAVE MY LOVE ALONE!!!" as the bolt struck. Several minutes later, the horse returned without any visible harm...

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PostSubject: Re: Combined Story game 2.   Fri Apr 04, 2014 10:11 pm

As Marian looked at the strange clouds leave as soon as they arrived she rubbed her head annoyed. "I swear to the gods... this day just keeps getting weirder and weirder... next thing I know cows will be falling from the sky and Fox people will show up and tell me Sebastian's dead, plus he was sent from Sebastian to protect us from all danger." Almost as soon as she spoke a Strange person from the distance began approaching her, 9 silver beautiful fox tails flowed behind them as they came into closer view Marian noticed that they were a guy, but for the most part they looked a bit like both, neither male or female in appearance, they were only missing breasts. "Lady Marian Drisar, I would bow to you and your child, but now is not the time... I am Sailin, Fox Guardian of the Guardian Orb, the Sacred Orb, the orb of Eärendur & Niko. I regret to inform you... That Sebastian is dead, killed by the single person who they all fought to kill 45 years ago... I am tasked with protecting you and your child above all else... and I'm also tasked with training your granddaughter in my peoples way." Sailin finished, his Silver tails perking up, his ears shooting straight up, as a gust of wind blows past them, as it did so Marian looked deeply into Sailin's eyes.

"Fine, we'll go with you... But I know that Sebastian will return to us... I just know..." She said sadly, Sailin just nodded as he felt his body tense up... She was near... The earth mother Gaia... and she was not going to be their ally... but rather their enemy... she had chosen her champion... He could feel it, but he didn't know who. Sailin bit his lip his sharp teeth drawing blood, they had to get to the orb before her champion did, for he feared the worst.
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PostSubject: Re: Combined Story game 2.   Thu Apr 10, 2014 5:25 am

Coming in from the storm raging outside, Taris shook the sand from his long auburn hair. He had traveled four days to reach the temple, and his muscles ached from fighting against the wind. It was cool inside the entry corridor of the adobe building that served as the ward of the temple, a nice contrast to the burning heat outside. He quickly made his way down the corridor to speak with the healer. The healer directed him to the cell he was looking for.

   The cell was lit by a small lantern hanging from a hook on the wall opposite the door. The room was spartan, with only a cot, a small table, and a stool. Against the wall the bed was against lay a relatively thin, nearly five foot tall object wrapped in a brown cloth. There was a fine layer of sand on everything but the cot due of the storm that had been going for three days. Laying in the cot was an aged man with shaggy, grey hair and a scraggly beard that showed a hint of the brown they use to be. The man was well built for being nearly seventy years old.

  Awakening, the man began to cough raggedly and motioned Taris to come closer. "So," wheezed the old man,"This is how my tiny grandson grew, eh?" Taris gave him a weak smile. It had been five years since he had seen his grandfather, and despite being bedridden he seemed as strong as always. "How fares your father?" the man managed to ask through obvious physical, and emotional, effort.

  "Father is... Father," Taris replied. "He still doesn't talk about you much. I wrote him to tell about your condition,as he's out on another campaign against bandits in the eastern plains..." he concluded sadly.

 "Ah, I see..." said the man, "Speaking of my condition... The message I sent wasn't entirely true... It wasn't any sort of disease that put me in this state." Taris began to give a questioning look when the old man pulled the bed sheet from his chest. His chest was covered with a thick white bandage, or rather a bandage that would be white if it weren't nearly crimson all over with blood.

 "Grandfather?!" shouted Taris. "What by the gods happened to you?!"

 The man gave Taris a stern look. "Don't shout, its the last thing I need right now," he replied. "I trust your father at least told you why I was in the farthest reaches of the desert?"

  "Yes, he said you where watching over the sealed portal to the Empty Plain where you and... everyone else had sealed Drak'sin, the man who had called himself High General Bane."

  "Indeed. Unfortunately, he has escaped. I'm obviously in no condition to chase him down, and your father has denied the family responsibility of protecting the Guardian Orb. That leaves you. You are young, just a few years younger than I was when I learned of our families ancient responsibility and birthright. Pick up that and unwrap it" said the man, motioning to the object leaning against the wall.

  Taris did so, and stared in wonder at what he held in his hands. It was a pure black blade, lighter then one would expect if it where made of steel. "This... this is the family sword... Passed down to every Drisar since the Obsidian King split his two swords between his twin sons... " he managed, stunned.

  "Yes, our part of the Twins of Eclipse. The counterpart to Drak'sin's. You must meet with your grandmother. I tasked one of the monks from the temple to take her to a safe place. The High Priestess of the temple will tell you where they are going. Once there, you must do as I did and partake in the Trial of Birthright. Once you have done so, you must go to the Orb, and keep Drak'sin from taking it. Do not try to go to the Orb before going through the Trial, you will need to tap into the power and knowledge of our ancestors to even consider fighting Drak'sin."

  Taris sat in silence, dumbfounded. He had dreamed as a boy of going on gallant adventures, but never had he even imagined that he would have to defend the Orb against any threat in his life time, let alone against the very one who had nearly been able to harness it to channel the gods' powers to remake the Elder kingdom in his own twisted form. His grandfather, even with powerful friends, had been unable to truly best Drak'sin.

  As he was lost in thought, Taris failed to notice that his grandfather had cut his left index finger on the blade of the sword, and had drawn the runes of the six elements on his right hand. He grunted, and motioned for his grandson to do the same.

  "I must transfer it to you in this way, as I still live and your father has not completed the ritual with me."

  Taris nodded, and proceeded to do the same. Once the final rune had been drawn, he pointed his palm at his grandfather's.

  The old man began: "I, Sebastian Drisar, relinquish this Totem. May it be the key to many generations of wisdom, to be consulted when the mind does not suffice. May it give strength, when wisdom alone cannot prevail. May it pass on the history of those that came before, as it enlightens the future. May my Heir be found worthy of this gift when comes the Trial."

   "I, Taris Drisar, gratefully and honorably receive this Totem. May my ancestors forever live through it. May their wisdom guide me when the mists of life obscure my path. May their strength bolster my own when it wavers in the wake of great trial. May their stories always bring the ring of goblets in jubilant halls. May I be found worthy of this gift when comes the Trial."

  As Taris spoke the last words, he and Sebastian touched their hands palm to palm. Faint blue orbs flowed from Sebastian's wrist to Taris'. The Drisar family emblem, the image of a rising Eclipse Sun with an obelisk, faded from the old man's left shoulder blade until it was but a faint mark,  and formed itself onto the younger man's same shoulder blade.Once the transfer was complete, the two parted hands, and there was no sign of the blood-writ runes on either's palm.

 Sebastian collapsed back onto his cot. Simply turning his body for the ritual had reopened the wound on his chest. Despite the pain racking his body he did not scream, but simply gritted his teeth. Taris quickly ran out of the room and summoned the healer. The healer quickly, yet calmly, gathered all his supplies and made hast into the cell, closing the door behind him. Taris sat outside the room, waiting worriedly. Eventualy, the monk came out of the room, softly closing the door and keeping Taris from entering. Seeing the expression on his face, the monk said: "All is right. He has not left for the Mother yet. Before falling into a rest, he requested that I tell you to take a day to rest, then go to where it is you must. He also requested I tell you that he desires you to not see him again. He does not wish that your last memories of him are to see him as he is now."

   Taris nearly asked the monk what he meant by "as he is now," but realized that if his grandfather had demanded he not see him, he thought it best to respect his wishes by not asking, though the worry and imagination ate at him. Suddenly, Taris realized how tired he was from his ordeals the last four days, and asked where he might rest. He was directed to another adobe building adjacent to the ward. Taris took the Twin with him and made way to the room he was directed to. Tomorrow, he would ask the Head Priestess who she had sent to escort his grandmother, and to where.

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PostSubject: Re: Combined Story game 2.   Thu Apr 10, 2014 6:10 pm

It had been about 4 weeks now, around twenty seven days since Gaia had appeared in front of Salvio. In his mind he kept reliving the moment trying to understand what exactly was his 'fate'; he mulled over all possibilities--even the most absurd kind, and yet he came to no clear conclusion to what it was she spoke about. Did she subtly hint at it? Had she meant to leave him so much angst about his fate? What ever it was, the day was almost upon him, tomorrow would be the twenty-eighth day that Gaia had mentioned; one thing was certain to Salvio however, and it was that on that day he would turn eighteen, and that in itself mustn't have been a coincidence.
    "Salvio! Salvio, wake up, it is time for your training" hollered Yulyssa from outside the house at which they both resided in. Reluctant to get up, Salvio crawled out of bed with a bitter and unenthusiastic look on his face. He knew better than to keep Yulyssa waiting-- last time she had sent him to a different dimension for being five minutes late to his training lesson. As he dressed himself, he looked at the mirror in his room, he leaned closer to the mirror and, breathing heavily, he felt dizzy and confused, as if his body was spinning and yet it wasnt. "W-what...what is going on?!" he thought to himself worriedly. He knelt down on one knee and began to gasp for air, he began to feel tense and afraid, "Salvio! You must stop the evil that wishes to engulf this land," echoed a voice within his mind, "You must do so before it is too late to stop it, before its power grows beyond control. Stand Salvio and head--" and suddenly the voice vanished as Sage Yulyssa opened the door to Salvio's room stunned by the sight of her young apprentice sweating and breathing as if he had seen Death itself. "Salvio, my child, what is the matter?! Are you sick?" said Yulyssa sounding noticeably concerned. "I-I'm fine, Master. Dont worry about me, I will be out in a little bit," said Salvio trying to gain his composure as if trying to show of his strength and resilience.
    About ten minutes later, Salvio exited the house and walked over to the training area where the Sage was waiting for him. "Salvio, care to tell me what happened to you today in the morning?" inquired Yulyssa. "Nothing Master, just a nightmare that startled me is all, can we begin practice now?" pleaded Salvio as if trying to change the subject in the most discreet of manners. "Well Salvio, we shall train today, but know that tomorrow is your birthday and at that time I will no longer be your Master; I am proud of how far you have come Salvio, you have honed your skills well and I hope to hear and even see you do great things in the future to come," said Yulyssa proudly. "Thank you Master!" replied Salvio, "If only I could say the same for myself..." Salvio thought.
    As Salvio and Sage Yulyssa began their training, the skies darkened in the distance; Yulyssa noticed the phenomena but acted oblivious to the matter-- yet she knew deep in her heart that come the next morning, everything around her would change, Salvio, her, and even the world--and not for the better.
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PostSubject: rep   Sat Apr 12, 2014 1:00 am


“So how much longer do we have to go? I am used—well, used to be—used, to the travel, but alack, poor Mafalda…”

Sailin turned suddenly with a grimace, almost knocking Marian off balance as she struggled to keep the sleeping Mafalda on her shoulder without a jostle. “To my people’s village.”

Marian grimaced, “Pardon me for saying, but I’m not sure I want my granddaughter involved in this. In fact, I’m not even sure I—“

Sailin laughed melodiously, his laugh turning into almost a series of yips, “You act as if you have a choice.”

Suddenly, Marian stopped walking, and look at the odd creature in his cold, predatory eyes, “So is this a rescue or is this an abduction?”

“A little bit of both, really. It just depends on whether you make—a rather unwise decision. For you really don’t have a choice, you see. It has already been made for you.”

“And who thought they could make this kind of choice for me?” Marian asked, her anger biting at her heart. While she had been grateful for the creature’s intervention in her earlier odd drama, it had proven nothing to her of the truth of its claim that Sebastian was dead, or that it was to be her protector.

And protector from what? Marian thought bitterly.

“Why, who else?” He continued his yipping chuckle, which made Marian want to kick him in his throat. She held her anger, as she realized her muscles tensing was causing the sleeping girl in her arms to stir.

“If it’s Drak’sin—while I may have been unable to slay him, we sealed him for forty-five years. I can handle protecting my family with my every breath, but I will not have them pulled into this.” Marian gazed at the sleeping child resting on her shoulder, her mouth agape in a sweet slumber. Hasn’t her mother been enough? No, not this little one, too.

“Yes, of course, it’s just about you and your little family. Nothing else matters, yes?” Sailin turned and began walking again, obviously expecting Marian to continue to travel with him.

But instead she clenched her fist and said nothing as he increased the paces between them.

“So you are refusing to come to meet your desti--?

“Destiny! Don’t give me that load of rubbish! That’s what weak people say who can’t handle making their own decisions-- who can’t take responsibility. I know better than that, and I think you do, too.”

“How correct you are. I should have expected that you wouldn’t be as easy to lead by the nose. Yes, you made your decisions to help a waning world, to accept thatat the world was wider than you, but I wonder… have you accepted the responsibility that comes with those decisions?” He said mockingly. The yipping laughter turned into a screeching scream that ended in a chittering noise—a noise that suddenly surrounded her. Mafalda awoke immediately and cried with nearly the intensity of the fox people that surrounded her, with determined malice in their eyes.

“So, again, Marian,” The fox’s fangs gleamed as they slipped from his mouth, “Are you going to come with us willingly or by force? The Sacred Orb needs a new master, and your granddau—“

“Breed your own pawn for your little game.” Marian said, bouncing Mafalda to attempt to try to calm the squalling child. “I will not go with you and have her suffer through being infused with Niko’s orb, of living a life of servitude that she did not pick. I chose my path—however much I stumbled, I made my own decisions—the least I could do is allow my grandchild the same choice.”

“Well then….” Sailin seemed to take a sudden interest in observing the claws protruding from the digits of his hand.

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PostSubject: Re: Combined Story game 2.   Sat Apr 12, 2014 1:50 am

Sailin sighs, a smile creeping up on his face. "Oh well, that was worth a shot I suppose..." He whispered quietly as everything seemed to disappear into smoke. "you're stubborn, so I suppose I have to explain it all over..." As Sailins tails made a couch like cushion for him. "I am Sailin, third son of Shalock, Fox God of the domain of Animals, we are natural enemies to Gaia, The Earth mother, Don't ask how or why, but there was a deal thousands of years ago and she betrayed us. My kind has always part took in your mortal lives, but due to a event a couple hundred years ago, with the Obsidian king, I've been banished to the mortal realm, and most my powers sealed, and before you ask, I'd set myself at the same strength as Sebastian with 3 of the god orbs." Sailin smirked confidently. "Oh! And now back to your question, and statement, 'Breed my own pawn for my little game?' I already have, and I'm looking at her, come on, be honest to yourself you don't think you managed to escape everything by luck now did you? or the idea to plant Soul inside of Sebastian? please, as if some none powered being was planting ideas in your head, the only thing i'm shocked about is that Drak'sin didn't notice my presence when he was banished." Sailin laughed with pure malice.

Marian sat there stunned by everything that she had heard and seen, this fox, this monster had just told her things that she wish she could forget, why had she put the soul of Aphrodite inside of Sebastian in the first place? had he really done all of this?

"Anyways, I don't have time for us to be sitting around... Gaia's champion is already on the move... we only have a short time to prepare, and if Drak'sin shows up I'll have to fight him, though I'd rather not, I'm not sure I'd win if he were to use his full power... after all, he was the first child of the Obsidian king's son..." Sailin said to himself as he got up and started walking away. "So do you plan on sitting here waiting for him to come find you and kill you both? or come with me; where you are at least safe?" Sailin asked.
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PostSubject: Re: Combined Story game 2.   Fri Apr 18, 2014 2:43 pm

"Evils rise, and evils fall and evils rise again," muttered a lone, strange man. The man wore an elegant black ki with scenes of sparrows and sunflowers. He wore a plain white half mask on the upper portion of his face, so that all could be seen of it is a monkey-like nose and and a mouth with exaggerated canines. Small tufts of brown, fur-like hair could be seen on the fore of his hands and bare feet. He wore his long hair in a long, voluminous hair in a wild ponytail that reached just below the middle of his back. "What do you think, Benjamin? Shall we rescue this troubled troupe or watch and see what these fox-men truely mean to do?" After a small pause he spoke again, saying: "Yes, perhaps it is best to keep an eye on these ones and simply communicate what we find to my ancient sister..."

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