A Strange Occurrence On The Shore (Job - Solo)

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    A Strange Occurrence On The Shore (Job - Solo)

    Post by •Owl• on 10th May 2017, 1:00 pm

    A figure in all black tread the shorelines of the Pergrande Kingdom. This figure was a member of the mage guild, Lamia Scale. Though he was young, he was not too young to venture out on his own for solo jobs. Though these jobs suits his talents for his skills are not the best when comrades are around. If anything, this young mage would be considered a trump wizard, or soon to be known as such for his guild. The wind's breeze picked up, lifting his hood from his head, revealing his face and his demonic eyes. onyx-black corneas and purple iris with split pupils. Silver hair swaying across his eyes. The pale face mage slowly looked about the area, the sea was beautiful through his eyes, all though the water seemed to be somewhat murky in color. Though he was no stranger to the varieties of beauty that others have strong opinions of. Tsunayoshi Aoki was his name, though his friends at the guild called him Owl. Not sure why, but the name seemed to have fit.

    As he stood at the shoreline the water crept to his feet, stopping half an inch before retreating. A gentle smile manifested upon his frame, soon fading as the presence of another appeared to his left. A young male, about five feet seven inches tall. Looks to weigh about a one hundred and forty five pounds. Sandy blonde hair and glasses. Looks to be around his early twenties. The lad stop to greet Owl. "Hello, you must be from the Lamia Scale Guide. My name is Taxel, nice to meet you." He said. Waving to the mage as he did. Owl turned to face him. "Yes, I am. Nice to meet you, Taxel, I'm Owl." Waving, he would then pull out the flyer and address the reason for him being there. "Do you think that you can explain this to be a little? I am interesting in lending my hand to you, but I want to be educated a little before walking into something blindly."

    From his expressing, Taxel looked drained as if he really didn't want to go into detail. It was either that or he did not have the details to go into with Owl... Owl simply looked as he immediately picked up on this and smiled. Pointing in the far east direction. "This is the direction, yes?" Taxel nodded.  Owl immediately walked off in that direction. As Owl made off, Taxel noticed something odd. A few things actually, with every step that Owl took no sand flew from his feet, instead the opposite happen. The sand sunk deeper from his steps. The ware from the shoreline continued to stop an inch and a half from his feet. Even when the wave would extend pass the mage the water opened up, spreading apart a path for him. Taxel scratched his head thinking that this mage could possibly get the job done.

    The man developed a smile of comfort as he turned to head back to his town. Leaving everything to Owl. Though he could not help but feel a slight bit of concern for the mage entering in alone...

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    Re: A Strange Occurrence On The Shore (Job - Solo)

    Post by •Owl• on 10th May 2017, 6:42 pm

    As the young mage made his way across the shoreline he stopped and noticed the air about this area was a little bit more dark. As he looked around his eyes cannot believe what they saw. The sense of aquatic life, a hundred different type of fish lie on the sandy beach. The numbers were overwhelming at first glance as he came to a stop. His split pupils scanned the shoreline as they traced over the multiple fish carefully. Where they dead? The mage wondered continuing his stride through the horror. To him this was out of the ordinary. The smell was horrible, strong scents of salt water mixed in creating a retched smell. The lad could not help but twist his face from the scent.

    His stride, careful and sure lead him to what seemed to be a rather large elongated rock. Odd... what was a rock like this doing here he would ponder as he observed it. This rock was not like the others that he have seen as he walked the lines. This one was more unique. As he stepped closer his right arm raised to extend his hand out to place contact with it. As he touched it he noticed that this rock had unique patterns. Almost resembling that of scales. His head tilted to the left as his eyes narrowed, focusing his sight on these scale like patterns. It was then that he realized that this was not an ordinary rock. It happened suddenly, a loud thrash, sand and water flying about the immediate area. From above descended the young mage, landing gracefully as his body is concealed beneath his cloak. His expression slightly puzzled as he peered through the debris waiting for it to clear. Only seeing the shadow of the figure as it slowly began to reveal itself. His mouth sat ajar as he now see what the rock really was. A gigantic fish, no..... five of them. These particular fish take the appearance of rocks as a way of camouflage from potential predators. They fish towered in comparison to Owl as he stood before them. Now that they see him they began to thrash about creating a bit of a problem. From each flail that they did the area about him began to shake. These shakes were not too alarming, but for an ordinary human this was dangerous.

    Owl saw this to be a potential threat to the townsfolk and deemed it necessary to dispatch the problem as quickly as possible. But how would he do it? The lad did not want to harm these creatures because he feared that they only thrashed about out of fear. So he would have to think of a way to place them back into the water safely without harming them. Then he registered an idea. Without hesitation his body took off towards the fish in the center of them all. His hands extending to grasp hold of one of its rock like fins. Once close enough he would apply his grip, twisting himself about to the opposite side of the fish he would use his strength to left the creature off the surface. His eyes more determined as he stomped his right foot into the ground and thrust his arms forward sending the large beast into the sea. A thunderous splash was the result of his plan falling through with success. He quickly noticed that the others were already in advancement for attack. Agile as he was he rejected himself from his current location as if he was pushed back by some means, returning to his position before he went for the first fish.

    Coming to a proper standing he locked his eyes on the remaining four that towered and flailed about. He would have to keep repeating his tactic over and over again in order to beat these creatures without harming them. Seeing how it worked the first time there was no problem in do such. Until he noticed that the waves crashed upon the shoreline spewing from the the very fish that he tossed into them. His eyes shot open as he witnessed this. The only thought that came about his mind "What the hell..?" which subconsciously escaped from his mouth.

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    Re: A Strange Occurrence On The Shore (Job - Solo)

    Post by •Owl• on 13th May 2017, 9:27 pm

    The Lamia Scale mage soon collected himself as the threat remained. What he thought was to be four creatures left was not so, the original five was his problem. As his expression remained calm, the breeze from the wind danced about his hair which swayed over his eyes. Owl manifested a smile of amusement. Could it be that he was entertained by this threat? Very well so. Owl has been in search of strong opponents to test his capabilities against. This could prove to be a challenge for him. His smile grew larger, licking his lips as if he was savoring a delightful taste.

    His right hand reached from the throat of his coat. Fingers maneuvering about the button. The coat fell at his feet heavily. Slowly did this mage entered his stance. The five creatures eyed him, as did he. The air grew thick with tension. It was now the time to advance. Without hesitating his body vanished from point 'A' manifesting to point 'B' which was located before the center creature again. Almost as if time stopped his focus was around his fist. The air around Owl grew heavy as his right fist made contact with the body of the giant fish. The sound from his fist impacting the body of the creature could be heard as it echoed along the shorelines. But that was not the most impressive part. Instantly after his fist made contact there was a massive force that born from them that instantly overwhelmed and simultaneously killing the creature in the process, sending it flying a total of fifteen meters into the sea.

    Owl was quite proficient in hand to hand combat. He can be a very formidable opponent when he wishes. Suddenly one of the creatures entire body swirled as a giant tail crashed into Owl. The power behind that atrack was strong enough to cause the sand to form another sand cloud in the immediate area. Was the mage hurt? As the cloud slowly cleared the young mage stood there with his left arm up blocking the blow. Odd... he didn't feel a thing from that attack. Surely it should have had some effect on him, he thought. His expression somewhat puzzled. Could it be that his training made him this sturdy? He found that hard to believe, but he was not about to dwell on it. His being flickered, phasing before the head of the fish in mid air. Rapidly he spun releasing himself from that motion with a crashing of his left heel into the center of the fish's head, yet again sending a force which made it fly fifteen meters into the sea. Landing to his feet, swiftly turning to face the remaining three. It was safe to say that his attacks were fatal considering that no new threats emerged from the sea like before.

    His body yet again took off as it zipped through the sand to appear in the center of the three. One of the giant fish tried to make a move, but was too slow as he was out moved as the fist of Owl impacted its body sending it rocketing into the sky. As it flailed, Owl made his next move. Darting into a side kick to the one on his right sending it into the sea. Landing to his left foot, with two small hops he motioned into a moonsault in which he maneuvered into a powerful upside down kick into the fish that was defending from his earlier attack. Thus sending said fish into the sea. He smiled with great satisfaction as he was enjoying this small warmup. Then moment that his feet made contact with the ground he launched himself to the last fish location. Once there he stopped before it and flickered again to appear above it. Once he was, Owl delivered a final punch that would slam the fish into the ground. The impact was enough to create a large crater to cup the beast within. Sand erupted from the impact.

    The mage appeared near his coat that he dropped. Equipping his clothing he looked over to the dead fish. His smile fades as he thinks of exactly how weak those creatures really were. His eyes lowered as he felt bad a bit. Shaking his head dismissing all doubts. This had to be done. Though he wished he did not enjoy it. Suddenly he looked to the dead fish as its body began to bulge which ended with it exploded. It's inside releasing everywhere almost covering the entire area. Though none of it reached Owl for as it approached it was instantly dragged into the sand as of something pulled it. Everywhere was covered in fish guts except the small radius around Owl.

    The smell grew more harsh now. His eyes looking over the sand. Was things over now? He wondered.

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