A sudden light flooded the room that Alyia had entered, she could remember the sound of panic of someone as she opened the door and now that the room was lit up she saw a male there, standing, his arm the source of the light. Blue orbs looked over the male for a second before he began to start talking. He knew of her? How was that? She might have been a Rising Star, but that was quite a while ago. The blonde's head tilted to the side as she listened to him talk. It seemed as though he was just talking, maybe not to her, but just to hear himself talk. She didn't know him, she had never heard of him, the angel had stayed away from many politics since the end of Eclipse Soul. Her eyes stared blankly at the man before a sigh escaped her lips and she rolled her eyes, pretending that she knew who he was. It was better that way.
Alyia watched as the male began to look around and she watched as a spark grew in his eyes as he realized where they were. Alyia was not fond of Magnolia, the people or the places, it was too busy and too loud for her liking, sure it was the place in which the guild that she had joined resided, but even then she had avoided the place, only going to the guild when she needed to. Most of the jobs that she was to go on were jobs that could be hand delivered to her house in Oak Town, a place of serenity and of knowledge. The blonde listened to the man as he talked, he certainly seemed to know where he was exactly and what to do. Or, well so it seemed. Alyia knew that they would have to get out of the illusion, question was, how. She pulled her bottom lip into her mouth for a second to think before the man spoke again. This time about Eclipse Soul. The angel's ears perked up and she finally moved to look at him again, rather than just ignoring him and tuning out the sound of his voice. But it was only one line and the angel began to zone out again, missing probably the most important line that the male had said his entire speech.
Her head sifted around, looking at the buildings, it was as how she remembered it. Or maybe it was just a little too perfect for her liking. With her blue citrine orbs the angel finally began to move, one foot in front of the other as she finally moved outside of the house, however the second that she did everything seemed to go up into flames. The eyes of the girl widened and she stumbled backwards, only to trip on a small step leading up to the door. Flames reflected in the blue orbs of the girl. Eclipse Soul and her home had been taken away by the hungry flame, eaten until there was nothing left. Magnolia was not her home but it was the home of other people. She needed to stop this!
Quickly the girl got up and ran to where the man had mentioned the stream, she vaulted herself over the bridge and into the water, entering it with a splash. But the moment that the angel opened her eyes underwater and looked up to the surface the town was no longer on fire. Her eyes narrowed before the angel closed her own eyes, the fire was fake, she knew it was, it was like looking through the glass. Everything was as she remembered it and there was no way that the man could know if it was on fire or not.
The world seemed back around her, everything was in its right place, or as right as it could have been for a time. The illusion had ended for now, but angel cold tell that it wasn't over as when she opened her eyes she saw the hood of the man still in front of her. Her mind was once again going blank but before the angel lost all consciousness she mouthed a few very selective words.
Word Count: 706
Word Count: 13,762/22,500 - 30/50 posts
Weak: 4 + 1(unused)
Normal: 3 + 1(unused)