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    A Faint Glow [Nao]

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    Post by Sora 16th October 2015, 11:57 am

    "Okay, uhm. . . That stays back here for future use, and this goes here. . . I need to write a note for Kiku to keep this safe, and be careful. . ."

    A woman muttered softly to herself as she rest her hands along the wooden surface of the barrel. Liquid swiveled inside and all around from when she finished her final steps of pushing it into an area where no one could possibly tamper with it - harmfully in the very least. The waitress also hoped that Kiku would have easier access to it when need be during the night's festivities, knowing for certain she could if absolutely necessary. With an unknowing sigh passing her soft tinted hue of pink lips, the young woman suddenly started to shiver. A daring cold seeped past the surface of her pale skin and into the depths of her system, goosebumps cascading along the region.

    Wh-What? I-It's happening. . . again?

    Strands of loose black hair from her bun slid downward, tickling the very surface of the skin as Shu used the barrel in front of her as support to keep herself standing. A ringing headache was gently crawling its way into the back of her mind, her breathing shaky and unsteady. A soft tint of red decorated her cheeks as she began to feel weak. The only time she had ever felt this way was when she had last met. . .

    Nao. . . I-I need to get to Nao. He knows h-how to deal with this better th-than I ever could right now.

    Gathering whatever amount of strength was left within her, the young woman stood to her feet and clumsily grabbed a pen and the notepad bundled neatly in the decorative bag hanging from her wrist. She shakily breathed as she wrote a note addressed to Kiku, apologizing on her possible lack of presence for a small while along with a reminder to take care of the drinks in the back. Even though said man was a professional, she only worried because he was both her friend and boss. She cared after all and it was better than disappearing without a warning. Ripping the small paper from the pad messily and placing it atop the barrel, she coughed lightly before shoving the pad and pen into her small bag before making her way outside.

    Violet eyes began to scan the bar area with intent on one individual, trying to keep up a professional stance while doing so. Albeit it was growing more difficult by the passing moments, Shu wanted to see Nao not just for help but for perhaps guidance in dealing with this issue whenever it made itself present. Whatever illness was attacking her now, she knew that Nao couldn't always be there to catch her when she fell like the first time. She didn't want to burden him especially on this night of Halloween but she didn't want to risk falling any further into the illness. Not only that, she didn't remember on what to do or the steps he may have offered to her in the past.

    Oh dear. . . I-I can't afford to not listen to him again in a-a time like that.

    She didn't want to risk him - or anyone else - worrying again.

    With a quiet shiver and her teeth chattering, she felt a pang of cold around her chest before she covered her mouth with a cough. Whether he was still at the bar or a small distance away, Shu hoped he could notice something was amiss when she finally approached him. He was a very observant man who tended to take note of his environment and the people with a striking sense of perfection - gathering even the most minuscule of details. She even wondered if he brought his journal with him on this night for a mere moment. . .

    Shaking her head slightly, she gently approached the guildless mage to wherever he may be with a gentle tap to his shoulder with quivering lips. Creasing her brows and tilting her head slightly with a soft, nervous smile, she laughed weakly as she closed her eyes - her voice soft and almost quiet compared to the loud atmosphere of the party around them. She didn't wish to reveal her violet orbs in whatever dull hue they may have been at the moment for she couldn't even predict herself how bad it could get. All she wanted right now was to get some fresh air - to see if that would help calm her.

    "Nao. . . M-My apologies in disturbing y-you, but. . . M-May you guide m-me outside, my friend, p-please?"


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    Post by Nao 18th October 2015, 4:30 pm

    The Halloween event that Infinity Hydra had made had been interesting so far. He had spoken to so many different kinds of people and participated in events he hadn’t even considered joining. It’snNot that he didn’t want to join them, but he didn’t really feel that being a guildless would entitle him to join in on any of the events to win. It would have felt a little weird to participate, beat all the guild members and suddenly turn around and say he wasn’t actually part of the guild. It might not have gone down well.

    He continued to rest around the bar, trying to not look like an alcoholic but it was his third or fourth whiskey on the rocks. He was contemplating changing it to another drink, but he worried that mixing spirits would cause an… unprecedented bad situation eventually and he really didn’t want involve himself with bad memories for him and maybe the people around him. If he decided to even try to ally with the guild? Then he would have to explain how he was actually professional and not someone who just liked to mess around a lot.

    He was enjoying just standing there and watching, making sure that he was analysing people to jot down in his notes. Even with his eyes turned off he still had a pretty good photographic memory for people and what they do. His mind was always recording what he was able to see at all times, and though he still hadn’t found a way for anyone else to see it yet it didn’t really matter too much for him. Since he was the only person who could really use the information, then he was going to use the information to maybe help others. Like how he could recognise problems with people, and use this diagnosis to treat people, or use it to detect the weaknesses on monsters and tell people where to actually hit creatures.

    He would sip his drink and look towards the majority of the event, seeing all these kinds of guild members in costumes and all these weird monsters walking about, but one thing caught him off guard. It seemed like Shu was starting to have one of those episodes again? How could he tell? Her face was more pale that before, she seemed to be having trouble walking (could have been heels under that Yukata, who knew?), and her breathing seemed uneven. He furrowed his brows in worry as she began to ask for help, keeping her eyes closed as not to show any kind of fear that it was happened again.

    ”Y-Yeah sure Shu, let’s get you out of here for a bit so you can catch your breath. Give me your arm.” He would put his drink down and prop her arm onto his shoulder while he held her waist and proceeded to guide her out of the place slowly. Maybe they could find a step they could sit on the stairs outside. He would have to find a way out of there swiftly without getting too many people getting in the way.

    Nao activated his eyes and began to make a path back to the outside, dodging crowds of people while trying to make it look like he hadn’t spiked Shu’s drink. It would have been hard to explain that he hadn’t despite all of her symptoms pointing to some kind of illness or spiking. He would just keep her close as he took her out of the bar.

    ”Let’s take you somewhere for air for a little while ok? But we need to sit you down also so I’m gonna make sure you have a warm seat too!” Nao would take her to the porch of the Infinity Hydra guild, finding a step she could sit down on. He quickly used his heat vision to heat up the stone floor to make sure it would warm and cosy for her to sit down and catch her breath.

    The ocular mage sat her down slowly and then kept next to her just in case her body decided to collapse and fall again like last time. Though they managed to get some medical help (eventually), he was still concerned about what was wrong with her. If this was going to keep happening to her, then she was going to need people who are there to make sure she doesn’t get hurt and were there to take care of her. What a problem.

    ”How many times has this been happening recently Shu?” he asked her softly while watching her movements carefully. He kept his eyes on her, scanning her to watch her vitals and carefully planning his next movements just in case suddenly her body decided to stop being conscious. ”Just let me know if you feel like you’re going to faint or anything ok?” Nao wasn’t too sure how to still deal with it. Maybe Shu would be able to give more insight into her problems


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    Post by Sora 20th October 2015, 8:46 am

    Thank goodness for him. . . Thank you, Nao.

    Shu had kept those words strictly to herself, echoing softly in her thoughts as the ringing within almost canceled it out into nonexistence. With a quiver of a sigh the black haired woman carefully listened to her friend's words, gently sliding her arm around his shoulders - using him as a form of support to steady her weakening state of being. Feeling a weight placed onto and around her waist, the mage slowly tilted her head down as her vision began to blur in the slightest sense. Locks of black hair swayed gently with each motion as the two began to move across the establishment.

    Daring to open her once closed eyes, there were beads of cold sweat hanging from her pale skin. The cold chills from before were attacking her joints and nerves from within, causing an aching sensation to chime from within. Shu even began to wonder if she was the only one feeling this cold, or if it was cold in general on this night of Halloween. Nevertheless, she could not recognize the change in color of the floorboards or the slight decorations of the walls as she could barely keep focused on even the knowledge of Nao's being so close to her. There were voices of the people gently tapping at her eardrums, but their words were nothing but hollow - barely able to be made out.

    She took soft note of how they weren't coming into contact with any people, as in her vision the only pairs of feet she was seeing mostly was her own and Nao's every so often. It was a smart move of him and considerate as well in the long run. If anyone caught her like this with Nao supporting her, they would have thought her ill or something far worse lingering about in the depths of their imagination. Nevertheless, even if a situation like that were to ever arise, she would protect the man at her side no matter how weak she was feeling. She knew Nao wouldn't be able to do anything of the sort nor would he dare try.

    She only needed to meet him once to see that he was a good person.

    His voice gently inched its way into her ears as her head shifted slightly to his direction, wanting to listen to anything he had to say. It seemed she was going to be sat down - an indication that they were finally reaching the outside world. Violet orbs twitched about as the woman nodded her head, her body slowly shifting as a warmth slowly resonated from the spot she was set upon. For a mere moment, Shu could have sworn she saw a flash of red or orange from the corner of her eyes; she soon brushed it off as she solely focused on catching her breath.

    One. . . Two. . . Three. . . Four. . .

    Despite the many mixed emotions coursing through her veins - daring to slip out if she so much spoke a word - the young woman willed herself to keep calm instead of tear up at the very thoughts bullying her mind. Although, Nao's question proved that keeping calm would no longer be an option. His voice was soft and she could tell he was worried, her head turning to fully gaze upon him. The waitress knew she must have looked awful if not exhausted, a heavy veil seeming to push over her eyes as she slowly blinked - processing his words and shifting through the memories of her days since she last saw him.

    Since it last happened.

    With a shaky intake of a breath, a rather pitiful smile etched its way onto her lips as Shu glanced down to the stone steps under them. Her pink lips seemed pale in comparison to her once vibrant demeanor earlier on in the party while her black strands of hair seemed anything but presentable. Softly speaking with a weak overcoat, her eyes shifted up to the starry sky above them. "Th-This is the second time. . . It almost happened before while I was on a job with my boss, b-but I managed to keep it inside." Shu then cast her gaze down upon her hands, fingers curling nervously into the palms of her hands before fully looking to Nao once more.

    "I-I don't know. . . I don't know if this is normal for me, Nao. I don't know wh-what's wrong with me. I don't remember much of who I-I used to be, and with th-this happening. . . I don't know if th-there's a way I could stop whatever's going on with me. If there was a way, I-I don't remember it. I. . . !"

    She stopped herself and was tearing up, eyes widened slightly as she realized she was clearly falling apart in front of someone who she didn't even want seeing her this way yet; she was embarrassed, afraid, confused, yet. . .

    "I'm scared. . ."


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    "I'll find them again... Even if I have to give up everything."

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    Post by Nao 23rd October 2015, 2:09 pm

    Shu managed to sit down without passing out in front of Nao. It was a relief that she managed to get that far because even if she did fall backwards then it wouldn’t have been too far to fall. Unlike falling onto the floor or Heaven forbid a flight of stairs.  All he could do was just sit there with the poor girl and make sure that she would be ok while sitting there. He hoped that all she would need to do is just breathe deeply and getting the feeling out the way. But she didn’t seem like the same Shu that was serving guests earlier. She looked distraught, if only knew what really happened to make her end up like this. He could never really tell what was going on in people’s minds. He had never developed the ability to mind read. If only he had… maybe he would have been able to find a way to prevent this. It looked like he would have to play both doctor and psychologist for this girl in front of him.

    Nao would listen to the girl, and watch as her eyes seemed to be dulled and glazed over, her blinks slow as if she was a machine slowing turning off inside. His eye brows would furrow a little bit as she tried to explain that it sort of happened when around her guild master but this was the second full effect of whatever this was… He would have to think about what kind of professional medical help the girl could receive to make sure that she was going to get better. She couldn’t keep getting fainting spells because what would happen if she got knocked out during a fight with a dark mage, or a Vulcan or something else?!

    This isn’t good at all. At this rate she’s going to pass out here once more and I have no idea where the nearest medical centre is to actually take her. And I don’t really have any kind of medical expertise to help her and I’m pretty helpless here… shit shit shit.”

    All Nao could do is sigh softly, his hands gripping onto the robe he was wearing. Was he actually… developing general concern for the girl? Usually Nao was someone who didn’t really care for those who showed some kind of weakness. He would just toss them to the side in a gentle way. However she was actually someone he was starting to care for. He had no idea why since he had met people before but this… this was odd.

    She started opening up to him and he would listen to her talk about how she doesn’t remember much and how this was happening and what it was like. She couldn’t remember how to stop it or if it was normal or anything and all Nao could feel was… upset? He was feeling generally upset for the girl who was now starting to freak out because of the feeling she was getting. If she didn’t calm down soon she was going to hyperventilate and make things even worse for herself.

    ”Hey hey hey! It’s ok Shu… it’s going to be just fine I promise you that. Just breathe deeply and let the cold air in. Just do it slowly through your nose and out through your mouth… I think.” Nao couldn’t quite remember what the doctors told him about fainting spells. Just to keep them low… maybe make them have their head lower to stop the blood rushing out. ”I think you have to put your head lower too with these sorts of things… I’m not going anywhere don’t worry ok? I’m going to make sure that you’re ok.”

    Nao would just watch her to make sure she was ok. Though his face looked calm yet a little concerned, inside he was freaking out a little because he wasn’t sure what to do. He had heard that members of his family once learned the ability to look into the minds of other people and sometimes see the memories that were once there. But it was a rare talent and Nao had only just learned to transfer heat through his eyes. If only there was a way to just unlock it now…

    (Author's note: Nao hasn't yet learned his ability to look through people's memories, but will do soon!)
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    Post by Sora 24th October 2015, 1:08 pm

    It could be felt coursing through her veins - this unfamiliar illness pulsating under the skin. Such an unknown cause cascaded over and over again, making its appearance known all too unkindly. With each time this happened, the young woman could only succumb to the illness that took its natural course; feeling not only so terribly weak under its hold but left quivering in fear. What made such an unknown force all the more disheartening was the mage's own fear of death itself; the very thought of this illness coinciding with such a force causing goosebumps to crawl all over her body. The very thoughts and questions crossing her mind made the realization all the more sickening. . . all the more terrifying.

    What if this illness was eating away at her very core, and she didn't know it? What if there was no way to stop the illness, and all she could do was wait for the day to come where she would pass? What if she blacked out in such a vulnerable state, and no one was there?

    She didn't know what to do.

    Shu was so desperately lost in her own terror and being that Nao's voice was something that pierced her heart, causing her body to jump slightly as she quickly turned her gaze to him - focusing on him in the midst of her surprise. Was it really going to be just fine? Was such a promise really going to hold truth? Curling her fingers into the palms of her pale hands, the mage rest her hands close to her chest with a quiver of a sigh. Now wasn't the time to be doubtful or questionable. On this Halloween night, it was the time to be hopeful and grateful that she was even sitting here on this warm step of the Infinity Hydra domain.

    Now was a time to be thankful for those around her and to enjoy the festivities. She had to be thankful that even now she wasn't alone. . . that she had someone right next to her in this very moment. This was someone that she was growing to care for, she felt. . . It was something that didn't occupy her mind until the very moments passing her by. Closing her eyes, another sigh passed her pink tinted lips as she tilted her head downwards - following Nao's instructions with the best of her ability and consciousness that she could grasp onto.

    Breathe slowly through the nose and out through the mouth. . .

    After a small while, she kept to the same pattern in a loop. In through the nose and out through the mouth was a pattern she would have to remember for sure. The woman knew that Nao couldn't be around all the time to rescue her when this happened. She needed to fend for herself no matter how terrified she was. Shu even thought about how pitiful she must have seemed or how weak she must have looked to such a man, and the very truth only embarrassed her to a point where she was even feeling the surface of her cheeks grow in warmth. Nevertheless, she was much calmer now and even felt the shivers die down in her system; she straightened herself up while brushing locks of her messy black hair behind her ears, shifting her gaze to Nao with a soft smile.

    With a soft tone and intake of a breath, Shu sighed out after a moment or two before speaking ever-so-softly to the man before her with a tilt of her head. "I. . . I know I thanked you before for taking care of me back then, but I should thank you again now, Nao. Y-You knew what to do then and knew what to do now. It's been such a long time since I've ever relied on anyone, a-and you're the first. . .", she trailed off before a singular laugh escaped her lips, the tip of a finger scratching the surface of her cheek as she continued. "I must seem so weak and a bit lost and I want to apologize for that, too. I know th-that you wouldn't and couldn't be around t-to look after me whenever this happens - not all the time. And I've yet to help you at all. . ." She soon sighed out softly before delivering a small smile, blinking a few times as Shu kept her attention all on Nao.

    The party in the background was all but silence to her now. She didn't want their growing bond to be based on just this. . . She wanted their bond to be something where they both could rely on the other - no matter what happened. She wanted to get to know this man before her better outside of magic, outside of any guild standing or position, outside of any stereotypical element one could slap onto another being.

    "But if I may say, Nao. . . I-If you ever need anything, I'll always be here. I mean, I'll always be serving food and drinks within the guild, so you could even stop by for a meal! I'll do my best to see if there's anything you'd like that I can fix, aha!"


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    Ɛυρнємια // Mαgιc (???) // Ɓαηк

    "I'll find them again... Even if I have to give up everything."

    Ƭнємєѕ:
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    © ??? @ ???
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    Post by Nao 26th October 2015, 8:05 am

    Halloween could put its horror away because watching someone fighting an illness that makes them pass out was a lot more terrifying that a bunch of “spoopy” creatures, scary skeletons and Dracula copycats. In fact watching someone on the brink of passing out, or worse possibly on the verge of death- It was a kind of terrifying experience to behold the possibility that he would be the last thing she saw as she tried to fight through this. He wasn’t sure if he should get a doctor or what. But having some experience on the infliction from previous experience was going to help him help her get through this, and by getting through this then she wouldn’t have to be so careful about what she does… That is if it’s an action at least? If it’s a virus then it’s going to be much more difficult to get through this with her.

    Nao’s eyes were still activated and still slowly scanning her to make sure her body was still acting ok. He would watch her follow his instructions and begin to breathe deeply through her nose and out through her mouth. The constant and relaxing cycle of repeating this would be able to help her keep focused and calm, even if she was feeling awful. Fainting spells were only temporary… most of the time. The scans were showing that she was beginning to calm down, fluctuations in her heart beat were starting to go, colour was beginning to return (albeit a lot of red in the cheeks, something Nao would assume was just a lot of her huffing and puffing), shivers were starting to stabilise and she seemed a lot more calmer than before.

    Nao’s eyes would return to the dark brown they once were before he activated them. All he could do was smile softly as the girl tried to explain how she was feeling. His eyebrows would furrow a little as she looked like she was feeling bad for all this, and feeling like she was weak because she was suffering from an illness that had happened to her twice now.

    ”You know everything is fine right? I’m here to help because I want to help you not because I have to.  I want to help you find ways of coping through this because the last time it happened terrified me a little. I’ve never had people around me I’ve had to look after, in fact I try not to have people needing to rely on me a lot besides for my leadership so I really wasn’t used to it at all.” He let out a sigh and would just smile at the girl as genuinely as possible. ”You’ve helped me by teaching me how to be more human to people, n-not that was fine dealing with people in the first place!” A bit of a red tint would pass on his face as he realised he was giving himself a flaw. Usually he only liked to work with people who seemed strong and useful. But now… now he was making it out that he wasn’t as strong as he thought he was. Weird…

    Shu seemed so kind-hearted, and so sincere that all the chaos and fun going on behind him in the party didn’t really seem to matter all that much. It didn’t really matter too much to him anyway since he wasn’t much of a people person (besides watching from afar), and he only really attended this because he was invited by the girl in front of him. Naturally it would have been best for him to make sure that she was ok rather than trying to make friends inside the guild. Maybe Infinity Hydra wasn’t the guild for him to associate himself with.

    ”Well I appreciate your offer Shu, and I’m sure you’d be a very good host to me in the guild. But remember I’m not a part of the guild, and I doubt I’ll ever join a guild.” He sighed softly, the thought of being in the guild to make sure she stayed safe had crossed his mind, but it did go against all beliefs and intentions that he had. By being guildless it meant that Nao could be contracted for all kinds of jobs with all sorts of people and not be held back by having to work with one kind of guild. In fact it was probably even better if the whole guild idea disappeared and people just were contracted like mercenaries.

    ”But if they allow me to, I’d like to come visit you every once in a while here. I’m sure the food and drink would be pretty good!” He smiled, trying to brush off any negativity he had to her proposal. ”S-say… You know I’m going to be here for you too right? I’m going to find a way to help you deal with this, or cure you of it. I just wish I knew what the problem was really. Whether I help you with your illness or your apparent amnesia then I’m going to make sure there is a way to make you better. Because you’re a friend now, and I make sure my friends stay safe.” Friend huh? Between her, Tammy and Anastasia it was as if Nao was starting to build a collection of people he could rely upon in situations. Huh… it kind of felt good inside to have friends.

    ”How are you feeling now Shu? Feeling any better? You look better than before!” Great, that wasn’t the kind of thing you say to a girl. ”I-I mean umm… You look like it’s passed over now, the illness that is.” Sometimes Nao was a little bit blunt and dumb with his words, and sometimes he would just have to explain what he meant.
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    Post by Sora 27th October 2015, 7:31 am

    Many thoughts, considerations, possibilities were laying bare in her mind. Whatever Shu was experiencing couldn't have just been dependent on one singular action alone. There was a troublesome feeling eerily lurking in the deepest depths of her being - her very subconscious. This illness may very well have been a virus but the type was a complete mystery to her. She knew that there was no way she could avoid going to a medical professional even if she ever wanted to; she needed help from a mind that knew what to look for and (if possible) how to remedy it. Until that day - if she ever reached it in time - Shu would have to keep going throughout her days one step at a time. There were other matters that needed her attention after all; such matters offering a sense of a clear mind even if the answer provided such risky possibilities.

    With a single, cascading blink of her eyes, the young woman parted her lips slightly as she observed Nao's behavior in the meantime. It was an attempt to strip away from her thoughts that were pulling at her desperately, wondering just what exactly the guildless mage was experiencing. There certainly were signs of possible worry and concern from the man as his brows furrowed when she spoke, unable to help but furrow her own brows when she just sat here. It was an instinctive trait of the woman's to try and depict what others were feeling, or if necessary a crowd, and a curiosity was slowly lingering about on the surface of her being. It wasn't until that Nao started to speak that she softened her gaze, listening with pure intention to what the author had to say.

    His words were sweet and true, admitting that he was terrified the very first time this happened - for both her and him. He was beginning to speak of himself a little which provoked a tilt of Shu's head, humming softly as he spoke to indicate she was paying close attention. It was after then that a sigh passed his lips and a smile graced his lips, indeed genuine and suited him well. The black haired woman couldn't help but do the same - offering her own unique, genuine smile his way before Nao continued on. His next words definitely made her own heart warm slightly knowing that she was able to help someone make their days easier - even if it was just interaction with people. Although, it was for a moment that she could have sworn her own eyes deceived her. A soft hue of red was dusting the man's cheeks while a stutter interrupted him, a soft giggle soon having passed Shu's lips.

    "Awwww. . . Nao, I'm really glad I was able to help you with something. In fact, I'm really happy that you could even see that you've learned something new. Even if you try to not have other people rely on you too much, there are people out there that surely rely on you without you even knowing it - realizing it. There's someone out there that probably even looks up to you."

    I know that I do for all that you've done for me so far. . .

    It was then that she felt her violet eyes widen by the slightest fraction at Nao's next words, feeling a warmth rise to her cheeks. Oh dear, she didn't mean to come across that way at all. She already had concurred from their very first meeting that there must have been a reason Nao stayed guildless, and she respected that wholeheartedly. The waitress was even beginning to wonder if she somehow made him uncomfortable with the offer, a finger scratching the very tip of her cheek in thought with yet another tilt of her head. Although, he didn't abandon her offer completely of just a visit as he reconfirmed that (if he was allowed) he would visit every once in a while.

    And that was more than enough to make her smile.

    "Nao, of course you can visit whenever you'd like! I-I surely didn't mean to come across as if I'm asking you to join Infinity Hydra, so my apologies there! I know you must have your own reasons, but our doors are always open. We have mages that aren't even a part of the guild visit from time to time, I'm sure. But just as a safety precaution, I'll surely ask my Guildmaster for permission."

    With a soft sigh escaping her lips afterwards, the young woman was about to adjust the messy bun atop her head - most likely a horrendous mess now - before having stopped in her motions midway. She could feel a smile forming on her lips as Nao spoke, sincerely happy at his words. It was almost as if a burst of energy was sent scorching through her, making Shu feel like shooting up onto her feet with a jump. Trying to contain the happiness and excitement nearly overflowing at the truth of making a new friend, the young woman instead released a soft laugh with a nod of her head. "Thank you so very much, Nao. . . I really do appreciate it. You're the first person to have really offered your help like this, and it warms my heart. It even makes me really happy but allow me to say. . . That you're my friend, too. And if you ever need anything I'll always be here.", she then offered a flash of a toothy grin before unraveling the bun atop her head.

    Her hair began to flow down her back as a sigh of pure relief escaped her lips. Little had she realized just how much warm air was trapped in-between her locks and messy strands of black hair; the cool air seeping through was beginning to relieve her of such temperatures. It was then that Nao once again spoke up, stumbling over his words - trying to clarify what he meant. The man seemed to need a relaxing period in their conversation, and with a soft giggle, Shu held out her hand with a softened gaze combined with a smile.

    "Nao, it's okay. . . I'm okay. You can relax here with me. I know what you mean, I promise, haha. The question is from me. . . is are you okay?"


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    Post by Nao 13th November 2015, 12:09 pm

    It seemed that the waitress in front of him was so much more welcoming than he expected. In fact, she was offering him to come and visit from time to time, and have meals there. He had never expected her to do that sort of offer to him, especially when they first met and she told him about her guild. It was actually… kind of cute of her to offer such a generous offer to him . If only he could really repay her with something. He wouldn’t be sure of what it was at the tie, but maybe one day held be able to think so something. He didn’t have an idea of how to help her with her memory trouble. But until then, he would just have to accept her offer.

    ” Thank you Shu, I’ll be sure to come and visit the guild from time to time. I was… kind of thinking I could possibly ally with the guild. If they needed me for anything, to fill a slot for a job, or if there was an upcoming battle… I’d be there to help at a moments notice! And it’s all thanks to how kind you are to me, and how well your guild seems to get on.” Something about the girl in front of him made him want to help her more and more, and he felt like he felt so much more powerful with each time he helped her. Was this… was this what friendship really was?

    Shu seemed really happy about his offer to help her, flashing a grin before unravelling her bun from the top of her head to reveal her longish hair, that flowed down her face and drooped just above her torso. His face felt a little red at the sight of this for some reason, but he held it back as much as possible. Looking away a little before turning back to her as she asked if he was ok.

    ”I’m fine. I just need a couple of days to think about how I could help you now. I think I have an idea but I don’t want to reveal it to you just yet, not until I can think about how I am going to actually perform such a feat. I think I just need to see what my ancestors did with their eye magic, and then develop it a little further.” He smiled softly, before getting up and offering to help puill her up slowly and gently.

    ”Maybe we should re-join the festivities. I’m pretty sure there are many people who still want to get a drink. I surely want to be able to have a good time with you some more, maybe if there is some music we could possibly…” He paused before smiling and laughing it off. ”Maybe we could talk some more? I’m sure there is going to be some kind of haunted tour too? I have no idea what’s actually going to happen here in the guild hall.” He almost asked her for a dance, but refrained from it until he possibly knew her better. He didn’t want to scare her or anything, and he didn’t really want to come off as liking her that way… did he? Ugh there was just too many thoughts and feelings and emotions coming through after all of this.

    ”Anyway Shu, lets go back inside and find ourselves some water to drink, and maybe try some of the foods? I brought some donuts that look like eyeballs! I thought they were pretty cool, but no one really seems to be eating food all that much. I hope that people have at least taken some when we get back in!” All Nao would do, would be to help Shu back in, hoping that she wouldn’t stumble or pass out again. Whatever caused the episode to happen was hopefully gone, and that she could enjoy her time once more.


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