Humans and those of supernatural status; both were equally complex, regardless of background. Both admired the strength and potential of the other species, you see, yet each side knew how threatening the other could be, as well. With this, a ranking system had apparently been established- long ago, in fact. Alito had already been through one, and passed it to an extent where he was thoroughly unimpressed. These proctors weren't very organized, which ultimately led to an easy victory in Alito's favour. This afternoon, however, Alito had received notice through the palace of Ald Ruhn that his powers had recently been acknowledged, thus yet another exam had been established. The profile of this second proctor was unclear, however, unlike the first, whom Alito shed a lot of pity on. People like the previous proctor were the reasons why Alito currently foresaw humanity's downfall.
Back onto the topic of complexity though. Why was it that people desired to include Alito in their ranking system, despite his inner capabilities? Did they not realize that he was more of a threat than any other. The boy could willingly unleash his dark aura, for example, killing all living things instantly in his way. To this day, actually, the only personalities Alito could not erase without a fight were those known as wizards. Their auras naturally conflicted with Alito's own presence, thus lives were spared. Alas, this time, the child of Ankhseram had been invited all the way to the Serene Cliffs to begin and end this next exam. Oh, how interested he was to see who would proctor this exam, and see what they desired of him in order to pass. Distorted from reality until then, it was only a matter of time until Alito realized he was at the location the proctor wished for him to travel to.
He browsed through the environment for a bit, taking into account all that the Serene Cliffs had to offer for this test before it would commence. On the bright side, upon doing so, Alito came across somebody who he could immediately sense some sort of force within. This one in particular differed from the average Mage, which amused the boy. "The atmosphere is quite soothing, isn't it?" Alito began, "Shall we begin?" Alito presented a light grin the moment his comments ended, awaiting the reaction of the person he saw ahead. Hopefully, he wasn't talking to someone unfamiliar with this test, but rather the person who was. The average person was more than frightened of the embodiment of death, after all, while the child of Ankhseram did not feel like having yet another civilian run for their lives in such a purposefully peaceful landscape.