So he would then begin his adventure, jumping into the tube and crossing his arms. It would instantly use lacrima to launch his body forward. He would keep his eyes closed, not wanting to feel all of the wind against his eyes. What, nothing made him immune to it? Not even the training that Alcore had given to him. Once that had happened, the Reiaki would end up feeling the hollow tube lose its grip on his back, and so he would open his eyes to see if it were safe to prepare for a landing. Once his light brown orbvs came onto the scene once again, he would flip as he saw all of Phoenix Islands. It was his home all right. And being his home, he would end up smiling as he ended up landing on the top of the mountain once again, breaking a bit of the rock below him due to the landing. The soles of his boots would end up with a bit of rock, but no damage done to them. Looking at the scene below, he was reminded of why he even decided to join Nimpha in making a guild in the first place. The Phoenix Birds were moving around so elegantly, though some seem to have found a little intruder or two. Unfortunately, he did not have the time to check out the situation, and it was not too close to the borders of the guild, so it was most likely that the ones who pass will just end up returning back to the town below. Or die, which would most likely be their choice since they were so close to the city, and no one dared mess with the Phoenixes. They were the allies of the guild, so he was not going to stand idly by if they were taking down. Ignite was one, which was why he felt so closely to them, since he looked at her like a little sister. However, she seems to be growing up rather well, she is gaining much more knowledge as each day passes by. It might get to the point where she ends up being a full grown woman with a lot more knowledge than him, since she tends to age quicker than he did. However, he did like to think that he grew up well as well. Remembering the little cringy but happy little 17 year mage he was where he was limited to spells that were only classified as D rank in the current Magic Council system, only to end up being one of the Wizard Saints for Fiore, a God of Ishval no less. It was definitely an honor to have such a thing occur for him, but it was earned. That showed how much improvement he had from his former self, which he liked to believe he still had in him, but knew full well that he was much different from them. Iza kind of took his place a bit, though he did not remember himself being as annoying. Now he just about had everything that one could have, reaping the benefits of all the hard work.
The next step looked like suicide, he would jump down from the top of the mountain. Nothing had been done before, it was a human falling down to the ground. A confident smile was still on his face though, was he actually able to do this? He would have been afraid before, but he knew what feats his body was able to carry out, and he wanted to prove that to himself before making such a risky move. Was it worth it? To him, it meant just about everything. Life was all about proof, and hew wanted to confirm that this was the reality he was living. The more that he felt, the more force that would be sent to his body. This was just simply due to the fact that gravity was pulling him close, and he did not even spread his body out to create more air resistance. It instead just gently brushed against his cheeks as he would then end up hitting the ground, the right palm making the contact before he rolled forward, like he were doing a somersault. With that, he would stand back up, placing his palms against the sides of his body, nodding happily, then continuing on to take on the next task at hand. It was to travel out of the Phoenix Islands and out towards the Crescent Island, which should not be too difficult considering they were both islands, meaning that the both of them are very close to each other. According to the map provided on the job, it was actually extremely close to him. It was about two islands over. However, that distance required a ship. And so he was going to have to stop at the harbor to get the personal little ship that he bought a little bit before. Or one that Ignite forced him to buy by using his own jewels. Now he was not afraid of the water anymore, so there was no reason to stop him from getting the ship and travelling, though it was probably better to making it out of steel than the current weird material… Which was wood. Was wood even able to hold on water after so long? Eh, if not, he was just going to have to buy a new ship, but who even knew how much those ended up costing? Now that he thought about it though, the Magic Council allowed him to buy Guild Ships, which could be fun if they wanted to travel. It all came back to jewels, and befriending the Phoenixes was the best thing that he could do before getting the ship, so it was just simply a thing he could add on the “To-Do list.” Placing his hands against the back of his head, he would be nearing the little harbor. Time to get himself the ship. It was actually still sailing surprisingly. He remembered now, it was built to hold a bedroom with two beds in it. So many memories, like Allison being with him there. The adorable little murderer… Now he wondered where she went. Not a trace of her being was still in existence last he checked. If he checked.
After talking to the clerk of the whole thing, he seemed to want to give the boat back for a bit of interest. It took a bit of convincing and abusing the fact that he was the one who even owned the island in the first place, but he was able to get his own ship back without getting scammed. Elyx did not want that sort of person on his island anyways, so he was going to make sure that there is a security scan check to make it look like taxes are being collected. They were going to need a disguise. Heck, they might even be done by his members for a small reward at the end of it. Placing his hands in his pockets, he would watch as the men would begin to unravel the shop that belonged to him before he would then hop onto it, jumping from the edge of the harbor to the top of the ship before cutting off the ribbon with Bound Iris. And with that, he would begin to sail, using the steering wheel at the top of it to make sure that it was being set on the right course. According to the map, he was going to be traveling at the current pace that he was going for about an hour, which was pretty good for what the Reiaki was aiming for. He planned on using the whole day to eat the monster, but now it might get done right before noon. The news was just coming all over again. More and more hope in building a better and brighter future was still there. It was all coming together, all the plans. He wanted to help with the exploration, humble himself to those who want to climb up the way he did. The work itself was not easy, but it could feel way easier if there was someone who was willing to give them a little bit of a hand. That was where he came in. While he used to love going to other guilds and helping them since he felt more at home with them, he was in Golden Phoenix, where home truly felt like home. A lot has changed though, with Iza somehow becoming the Guild Master of Black Rose, hence the alliance between the both of them. Perhaps if he had stayed a little bit longer in the guild, he might have been able to stay, and maybe even get to others while helping those in that guild. They could have made something really amazing as a team. However, there was no time to regret it. The three of them, the three guilds, as long as they are aligned with each other, were in a good condition as it was. Aiyana and Elyx both had a summoner and spirit contract that ended up being an alliance between both of their guilds. Amazing how these things ended up being at the end of the day. They went from friends to contractors to Guild Masters and now… Their own alliance. And then Iza came into the fray. The Wizard Saint had nothing to regret.