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    A Lot of Big Bad Mages [Job/ft. Leila and Sorano]

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    A Lot of Big Bad Mages [Job/ft. Leila and Sorano]

    Post by ivyleaf33 on 4th September 2017, 3:59 pm

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    Job Title: Rise of the Syndicate
    Rank: A
    Player Requirements: At least two A rank wizards or equivalent
    Job Requirements: 18,000 words. Every executive must be rolled and defeated before job can be completed.
    Job Location: Crescent Island
    Job Description: Help us!!! Recently a new dark guild has risen with boasts of incredible power and resources! They call themselves Syndicate, after a mighty and terrifying guild from over a century past, and have declared war against the magic council, the king of fiore, and all legal guilds. Their first target is Crescent Island, a resort island full of civilians and peaceful people, with no defense of its own! They are seeking to send a message to the guilds of just what they are capable of. Please, drive these savages away from our shores and save our people!

    Enemies:
    Weak: Low rank soldiers of the guild, these punks wear no armor but are naturally tough and resilient. They require  2 B ranks worth of damage to go down and deal  rank damage with their swords. They usually appear in packs of about twenty and there are an estimated total of four hundred of them roaming around the island.

    Normal: Low rank executives. Each normal monster roll you choose one that shows up. These mages range from simple B rank mages up to S. Once all are defeated, if you roll another normal monster, you may choose either a swarm of weak opponents or one strong monster.

    Dellinger Donquixote, a B rank leg mage. Leg mage, you think, that doesn't sound hard. You would be surprised. Dellingers specialty is the ability to strengthen his legs by ridiculous amounts. Capable of generating two tons worth of force with one kick at this point, he is fast, can headbutt opponents and skewer them with his horns by leaping headfirst at them, and his legs are just naturally powerful. Requires 4 B ranks worth of damage to be defeated.
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    Lao G Donquixote, an A rank pain mage. He may not be much to look at but Lao G is considered to be one of the most dangerous martial artists in the world, and age has only made him better. Surprisingly fast, shockingly strong, and able to make others feel pain, either his own or to relive a pain they knew in the past, this old man is guaranteed to be a pain in the ass. Pun intended. Requires two A ranks worth damage to defeat.
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    Broly the headsman, an S rank splitter mage. On his way to being a top executive, Broly is a threat to almost any one. His axe can split anything, opponents, spells, people, he does not care. Perhaps most annoying however is his ability to split himself to dodge attacks. Add in his ridiculous physical strength and his extremely high stamina and he is a force to be reckoned with. Requires 4 S ranks worth of damage to be defeated.
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    His axe
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    Gladius Donquixote, an A rank rupture mage. Unlike the other executives Gladius is accompanied by fifty weak ranked soldiers, being the commander of those forces. Besides being able to make the magic within others, and items, explode he also carries on his wrists two small launchers. These launchers are armed with magically replicating magical crystals which he can fire at targets and make explode. Capable of hitting targets up to five hundred feet away with pin point accuracy, the crystals themselves deal D rank damage but can be fired twenty in one post, ten from each wrist, each turn. It requires two 4 A ranks worth of damage to defeat him.
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    Machvice Donquixote, an S rank weight mage. Weight magic may not sound tough to the unaware, but that's what Machvise likes. He is capable of controlling his own weight, able to make himself weigh nothing in order to reach incredible heights with one jump, and then able to reach a maximum weight of five hundred thousand pounds, more than enough to flatten almost any opponents, and the next three or four blocks around them. He can also change the weight of inanimate objects, individual body parts, carries around a massive, self repairing shield, and is an accomplished sumo wrestler. His shield can take one H ranks worth of damage a turn before being made useless for the rest of the round and Machvise himself requires two S ranks worth of damage.
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    Strong: Mid rank executives. When you roll this choose one of the four provided and do combat with them. Once defeated you do not have to face them again and if you roll a strong after defeating all four you may choose any other executive.

    Diamante Donquixote, an S rank flap wizard. His unique magic allows him to turn anything into a cloth or tissue paper, which can be rehardened and reused later on. While this may sound pointless the possibilities are endless. Throw confetti into the air, which then hardens into spiked balls dropping on your opponent. Turn a sailing ship into a flapping piece of paper long enough to place it over your opponents head and then drop it. Turn your cape into an iron shield. Even change your own body! Prefering the up close and personal touch of a sword, opponents should be wary of this opponent. Requires 4 S ranks worth of damage to be taken down.
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    Pica Donquixote, an S rank stone mage of considerable size and power. Standing in at ten feet tall, this soprano voiced behemoth is as capable with his gigantic sword as he is with his magic of the stones. Capable of shaping stone into anything he wishes, using it as spears from the ground, forming gigantic replicas of himself, or even blending into the stone entirely this is one nasty, and tough, customer to deal with. Requires 4 S rank damage to defeat.
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    Trebol Donquixote, an S rank Sticky Mage. Sticky? Whats that? It is a goo, a nasty, foul smelling, highly explosive, goo. Trebol is made of the stuff, from his head, constantly dripping snot, to his feet, constantly leaving a trail. Perhaps the most difficult of the executives, Trebol is almost immune to all physical attacks, this includes iron, water, wind, or the piercing effects of light and shadow type attacks. Add to this his ungodly strength, able to lift small houses with ease, and his ability to increase the amount of goo in the area, thus increasing his own size, he will be a very difficult opponent to hurt. Requires 4 S rank damage to defeat, approach with caution.
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    Vergo Donquixote, an S rank Density mage. Capable of changing the density of his own body at will, Vergo will prove quite the challenge to all. Capable of changing his skin from a sword shattering black carbon, which increases his strength exponentially, to becoming just a wisp in the wind, capable of ignoring all but wind type attacks, the most difficult part of this opponent will just be harming him. Requires 4 S rank damage to defeat.
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    Boss: Top tier executive. The man in charge of this whole Shindig, the bossman himself, Donquixote Doflamingo, an SS ranked string wizard capable of creating clones made from string, binding his opponents, stitching his wounds, controlling the fallen, or simply slicing up targets. He requires a total of 3 H rank damage to be defeated and once he is rolled all executives that have not yet been defeated will also appear to join him. For once hope you DONT get the boss roll early on.
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    Reward: Double A rank exp and 50k jewels

    job created by Akryn

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    To be honest, it was a weird request. While it was not unusual to receive jobs asking for assistance against some dark force of a guild, this was odd because she had never heard of this so-called centuries-old dark guild in her life. The Syndicate was not a name she had ever heard before during her time as a mage in Fiore, which caused the letter mage to doubt the validity of the job form. “Hey, Hoshi, have you ever heard of something called the Syndicate?” Leaning across the desk, the exceed skimmed the paper. “Nope, I don’t think so, sorry.” She frowned at the job. “Honestly? This doesn’t really look that trustworthy. There’s a disturbingly low amount of details unlike the forms we usually receive, right? Usually even the simplest jobs have fairly clear and detailed descriptions, with maybe Lexa’s requests being the only ones possibly more cryptic than these. But at least with Lexa, the situation is always the same, and it’s always predictable, right?” Seeing Sorano nod at her words, Hoshi sat back onto her small levitating chair, covering the Rose Garden logo on the seat, and spun lazily through the air of Sorano’s office. “Are you going to take the job, though? I’ll admit the reward doesn’t look half bad. Maybe you could get Mura or Ezra or someone to go with you if you think it’ll be fishy or something.”

    Considering the exceed’s suggestion, Sorano shook her head after a moment of thought. “It’s a logical suggestion, but I do not think that it would be a good choice this time around.” She sighed softly, resting her head on her open palms as she thought for a second before speaking. “I’m realizing these days that I’m not as perfect as I originally believed I was. Although I’m usually well-controlled and highly effective, my skills have been dropping recently. When you spend too long focusing on particular skills, Hoshi, your weaker skills never improve. Yes, my thinking process is effective and usually works well for the situations I’m put into, but I keep repeating the same strategies and scenarios. You see, I’m starting to think of the same exact ideas for dealing with every single job we’re doing these days, and that’s not good. If I continue this way, there’s no way I can be a good mage, never mind a good guild master. I’m known for my mental prowess, but once I’m thrust into an unfamiliar situation, I’ll be lost.”

    The letter mage inspected a few strands of silky black hair between her fingers, then returned her hand into its place as a pillar for her face. “That’s why I’m not going to be doing this job with Mura this time. I’m so used to Mura’s style and preferences that I don’t ever need to think outside the box with him. We’ve fought together for so long, and on so many occasions that nothing’s really new except for when he busts out a new spell. And even then, it’s something that I can predict because of what I know of his magic before. As for Ezra, well, to be completely honest, I haven’t really ever done any jobs with Ezra because we’re not close. Our personalities are very different, and we cannot relate to each other very well. In other words, we clash. It’s bad, I know, to keep on avoiding him, but I want to think through a clear plan for working well together with him before I actually start on a job.” It was one of these occasional lazy mornings, when Sorano would just philosophize and dig through her mind, pouring her thoughts out to a Hoshi who caught the words with gentle paws but never really processed them, just let them drift away. She never really cared much for the letter mage’s wordy ramblings, but it wasn’t like Sorano particularly minded her lack of attention. She just needed to get the words out in the air.

    “Y’know what, Hoshi?” Reaching across the desk to ruffle the feline’s ears, Sorano straightened her back in resolution. “I’m going to send out a request for another mage to go with me this time, just to hang out with someone different. It’s always cool to see what sorts of different mages come on these jobs, so it should be a good idea to push me out of the box.” She had built fond memories in the past with people like Mashyuu and Sebastian, both good friends from outside guilds. Even today, she still mourned the loss of Laughing Coffin, a guild that had always been filled with interesting and more often that not, friendly people despite their mercenary title. Sending out the request with the job, the letter mage stood, stretched, and grabbed her usually satchel to get on their way.

    “We’re on Crescent Island this time, Hoshi, let’s go,” was uttered, and the two were soon on their way.

    It was surprisingly a smooth journey, the train leading nicely to the dock, where they had boarded one of the very few boats leaving for the island. It wasn’t exactly surprising that many captains refused to go, seeing as the island was currently occupied by this supposed dark guild. It caused a few of Sorano’s doubts to drain away, though she wasn’t sure about it even as she stepped onto the shore, tipping the captain slightly as he hurried away as fast as he possibly could. From what she sensed so far, there weren’t any mages in their close vicinity – the entire port was pretty much deserted. It didn’t look like the island was very active at the moment, which was strangely suspicious. At the very least, some businesses should still be running, right? With your typical dark guild, they went around terrorizing people, but not to the extent that there was quiet all around. How powerful would a guild have to be to cause such silence? She wrinkled her nose briefly in distaste, then nodded to Hoshi.

    “Come on. Let’s head in.”

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    Re: A Lot of Big Bad Mages [Job/ft. Leila and Sorano]

    Post by Leila Vergious on 5th September 2017, 5:27 pm


    Leila Vergious Golden Phoenix B-Rank

    When Leila completed contract alongside another person, it was usually a case of meeting them by chance or asking them for the opportunity to tag along. Which made her appearance in the guild's halls quite unusual. Even though she was a member of the Golden Phoenix for quite some time now, she was still almost nothing more to the underwater city. Considering that, Aurora was completely and utterly lost. So, what exactly was happening here? Well, the real Leila was still inside of her birdcage at the center of Gardens of Eden and thus the goddess of that realm had to take care of the silver-haired girl's body in the physical world. Which also included taking on contracts and socializing, forcing the goddess to wear Leila's body like an outfit and act like her so that no one would see the difference. Which was thankfully quite easy whenever she met someone new who yet had to learn how the witch going by the name Leila Vergious usually acted. And right now should be a similar situation to that, as there apparently was a very reliable information about a certain dark guild operating on a nearby island as well as a request coming in from the Fairy Tail guild, asking for an assistance. And for god knows what reason, someone in the guild decided that Leila should go and help them.

    Why her? Why now? There were plenty of other mages in this place that were stronger than the Eden's caretaker! Or was it because of her current status in the world of magic? If so, then it was making Aurora hate the magic council and its system of popularity with passion right about now. Regardless of the situation, she now had to play the role and help whoever it was that was brave enough to take on an entire dark guild by themselves and try not to die in the process. She didn't even know them, though that probably meant new friends for Aurora's other half. Possibly... with her charms, it could also mean new enemies, but that's why all this was so much fun! A phrase that the goddess kept repeating to herself in order to calm down and have an easier time accepting the reality. Apparently, they were located on Crescent Island. Through the teleporter back into the mountains, it wasn't actually too far away. Still had to travel a while, but she eventually saw the island in the distance.

    The only problem was getting there. Since the actual place was normally a popular recreation center, all the boats were always full. And since this job was somewhat urgent, there was no way Leila could just wait for a free spot on one of these ships. Little did she know that the current reality of the docks was quite different. Strangely enough, as Aurora started looking through memories of the body she was wearing to find out of maybe Leila had a spell for flight, she found some information about this Syndicate, or whatever their name was. Weren't two mages of Golden Phoenix meant to have taken care of the guild in the past? Clearly, they didn't do a very good job if the reality was what it seemed like. Doing someone else's job, of course, things would end up like this for the poor female. But she had also found something else in the memories of her other half, something quite amusing!

    "Ugh, this is annoying... oh well, might as well try out this trick, looks like it could be fun..."

    Despite everything, she was still very much capable of fully controlling Leila's magic. Magic that was not exactly a weak one. Her abilities to control Eden's garden were pretty solid at this point, and she had no problem summoning a whole lot of it when she wasn't under the pressure of battle it seemed. With some concentration and snap of her fingers, a whole bunch of flexible trees and roots formed from the ground, taking a rather peculiar shape. With vines acting as rope and trees acting as... well... wood, a big object was soon constructed. Something that people often called 'catapult'. Though it looked somewhat rickety, Leila's magic was holding it in one piece without any problems. With a big smile of victory on her face, she jumped right into the device and started holding her top hat firmly.

    "Alrighty! Crescent Island, here I come!"

    With those words, few of the vital vines snapped on purpose and without any delay, the girl was flying through the air at dangerous speed. If anyone ever had the question if a catapult could shoot one object to another piece of land across the sea, she just answered it. At least the beach was filled with sand and her own body pretty resilient in case of a crash. Though the goddess did also find out that Leila did indeed possess a spell that allowed for flight, using it right now as wings of leaves and petals sprouted from her back and offering a pretty smooth landing on her legs, rather than her face as one would normally expect. Now there was just one question left to answer - who exactly was looking for a girl falling from the sky that would assist them?


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    Re: A Lot of Big Bad Mages [Job/ft. Leila and Sorano]

    Post by ivyleaf33 on 8th September 2017, 5:24 pm

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    In the back of her mind, she suddenly felt a strange pressure from some unusual energy amassing from over the ocean. Turning around, she could even see that Hoshi was squinting slightly in confusion at the strange presence that was coming at them from over the sea. The letter mage squinted over the reflected sunlight, watching as a shape drifted towards them, barreling faster and faster. Eyeing the shape nervously, the two edged awkwardly away, not wanting to get caught in the path of the figure. For as it grew closer, it became evident that the thing was indeed a humanoid figure, wings of greenery spreading from her back. She smoothly glided into the harbor, feet scuffing lightly against the sand as she came to a rest. A mage, from her aura was spotted, the wins being an even more telltale giveaway to her powers. Sorano raised an eyebrow, looking awkwardly at the newcomer. What was all this about? As the girl looked around, seeming to search for something, Sorano realized that it was her who had probably answered her request for more help. Still suspicious, she scanned the figure’s aura, trying to figure out whether this person was trustworthy enough a mage. Although there seemed to be a strange sort of overlapping in the energy fields, she found that several mages in Fiore dealt with spirits, resulting in a similar effect. Perhaps this mage used that sort of ability as well.

    “Um, hey, are you the one who answered the request for assistance on a job?” Stepping forward, the letter mage waved her hand slightly to get the other mage’s attention. The other figure had a slightly unusual appearance, with white hair and vibrant green eyes that reminded the girl almost of that of a cat’s. Slowly straightening her back, she let her voice drift into a more comfortable pace, smiling awkwardly with a total lack of purpose in the forced expression. “Hi, I’m Sorano from Fairy Tail, and this is Hoshi, my exceed companion.” She introduced the pair politely, dipping her head in acknowledgement of the other mage. She wasn’t really sure how the girl’s magic worked, and was already probing her aura for telltale signs of certain magic usages. Yes, there was the suggestion of her using spirit magic in her aura, but the letter mage still remembered the plant-like wings that had slowed her descent when she came in from over the ocean. But, surely, just wings shouldn’t be able to propel her forward so easily? Wonderingly, she ran through scenarios in her mind.

    Dropped from a plane? Teleportation? If so, then she was probably a pretty risky sort of person, seeing as teleportation to a place above the open sea was not a very smart or safe thing to do. Chances of falling into some form of trouble as too easy in such a situation, so maybe… She was a water-related mage? Eyeing the girl dubiously, she didn’t really notice any signs that would suggest anything like that. Giving up on trying to analyze her magic based on appearance alone, Sorano continued on from where she left off. “Well, we’re supposed to take care of a dark guild here. They didn’t mark that job as high as I would expect for what it sounds like, so I would hope that these mages aren’t too bad to take care of. But seeing how weird the atmosphere here is right now, I’m not so sure if the request can be trusted. It seemed pretty fishy to begin with, and I’m still not completely certain that this isn’t some sort of trick which is why I called for assistance. Should we start moving towards the main village?” Asking the question, the guild master then turned to look in the direction where she could feel the faint traces of some aural imprints. From all the signs there, she supposed it was where the main civilization was.

    Crescent Island was a popular tourist location, filled with peaceful civilians that usually had no more issues to deal with than the occasional wild animal or poisonous plant, or at the work some type of island storm. They didn’t have any form of defense besides the bare minimum, which was probably why they hadn’t been able to stop the invasion. It had happened quickly, with none of the coast guards having noticed until it was too late, and the citizens were calling for help via lacrimas and any sort of messenger they could acquire. Seeing as all communication had stopped abruptly after a while, they were even more worried about what had happened to the island. Even now, just as she was drifting off into her speculations again, a piercing scream rang out all around the island.

    “Well, I guess that answers the question of where to go now.”

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    Re: A Lot of Big Bad Mages [Job/ft. Leila and Sorano]

    Post by Leila Vergious on 21st September 2017, 12:11 pm


    Leila Vergious Golden Phoenix B-Rank

    It seemed that luck was at least a little bit on Aura, or rather "Leila's" side today. After all, someone had approached her right after the landing was so smoothly performed. Surely that was at least some show of good faith and the fact that maybe today would not be a complete bust as the goddess could only expect. The one who approached was a seemingly young girl with somewhat plain appearance and an expression difficult to read. At least to a certain degree. And beside her, an exceed. Did that mean she was another one of those slayers? No, her energy felt different. And even Aurora knew better than to throw everyone into the same bag simply because of one feature that they had in common. That said, it was a little unusual to see a creature like this here. After all, they were supposed to be from a different world, weren't they? Or perhaps the goddess was not just mistaking and mixing multiple other things together in her mind as she tried to make head and tales of it all. Promptly giving up on such task, she would gesture back with a simple wave of a hand as she put on the best smile she could muster for the other girl. For some reason, it made her feel uncomfortable. Not the smile, but the presence of this little squirt. The way she was looking at the silver-haired maiden, it wasn't quite natural. Almost... as if she was trying to read her mind.

    "Hello there~. Name's Leila Vergious. I'm a traveling mage who is also part of the Golden Phoenix and the Rising Star number One! I am here to help with your task indeed~."

    Perhaps her voice there was a little bit too cheery, she still didn't quite have the grasp on how Leila normally acted. But this was probably close enough, right? Eyeing the girl whose name was apparently Sorano, Aurora herself couldn't quite figure out what someone like that would be capable of. Her body was small and not all that muscular, which probably meant that she was more of a distance fighter rather than someone who relied on their expert martial arts to defeat the foes. Well, something like that wasn't bad. While Leila's magic could find its use in just about any situation and at any range, it seemed to excel most in close quarters.

    "I have already been given some information about the contract as well. Along with the information that someone from our guild was supposed to get rid of the guild ages ago. Perhaps they are just a shadow of what once was, hoping to revive their very much already dead organization. That said, we should probably just go all out and wipe them out as quickly as we can."

    Saying that, the goddess reached into one of her pockets only to produce a shining golden key out of it. Taking several steps forward and pointing the magical tool in front of them, her magical energy started to course through it. Such actions would make the summoning key glow with a blinding light as the space in front of her started warping on itself, a gate opening and allowing passage for one of the most powerful celestial spirits in this world.

    "I call you forth, you who passes judgment on the stars, you who holds both black and white in your hands and assuring balance amidst them all.
    Heavenly Scales - Libra!"

    A magical circle would form in front of the key and a beautiful dark-skinned female in an oriental dress with a katana would step out, one of the twelve Zodiacs! She herself was a force to be feared on many occasions. Though right now, Aurora had a little different use for the poor spirit.

    "Hey, Libra. Can you fly into the air and warn us if any enemies start approaching and possibly just blow them away? Thanks~"

    Libra already knew Aurora's style, but the fact that she now had Leila's body was just throwing her completely off. Though she just nodded without really aknowledging the other two that were around. With the use of her gravity-bending powers, she would fly several meters above the trio and work as a look-out for now.
    Libra:



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    Re: A Lot of Big Bad Mages [Job/ft. Leila and Sorano]

    Post by ivyleaf33 on 3rd October 2017, 11:40 am

    GRACE UNDER FIRE
    The girl would wave after a moment’s pause, then introduce herself in a strange voice. The letter mage wasn’t quite sure why the tone she used seemed to feel off, there was just something uncomfortable about the way she stood, how she didn’t quite feel comfortable acting this way. Hopefully she hadn’t gotten herself involved with someone fishy. But…Rising Star number one? This caused Sorano to blink a few times, surprised. Having been the third Rising Star once, in the past, she’d definitely worked with many members of the faction before. She no longer held much respect for the lineup of legal mages, but it meant that this Leila must have built up a reputation for herself already, especially if she held the top position. However, it was the fact that she was a member of Golden Phoenix that caused the younger girl to relax slightly. Having interacted several times with members of the guild, and knowing that Mura seemed to be on good terms with several of the mages had caused her to build a certain degree of trust about the guild. It was very likely that a member of the treasure-hunting guild had indeed attempted to fight this dark guild off before as well.

    Nodding slightly in agreement with Leila’s suggestion, Sorano would observe with curiosity as the mage produced a golden key, blinking again in recognition of the powers it wielded. A celestial mage in possession of one of the golden keys? Leila obviously had more to her than met the eye if she was capable of this level of stuff. Summoning the Heavenly Scales, a charming dark-skinned female figure would leap from the gate, landing gracefully on the ground. After receiving instructions to be on lookout, the woman lifted off into the air, defying the forces of gravity. The letter mage blinked owlishly, then shrugged. Well alright. Turning towards the village, Sorano would start walking, Hoshi following behind after a wary glance at the celestial spirit. The silence would continue as her feet hit the ground in time to the batting of Hoshi’s wings in the air, sounding abrupt and unnaturally loud amid the lack of noise around them. The sand slowly gave way to a gravel-paved road, the crunching of the pebbles painfully loud to the exceed’s ears. Raising her nose to the air, the tabby wrinkled her nose at the fearscent that lingered in the area. Even if there was no outward sign of struggle, it was obvious something bad had happened here.

    However, there were no signs of actual, immediate danger until the flash of an unfamiliar aura darted into Sorano’s field of vision. Turning on her heel, the letter mage tried to scout out what the source of the color. Seeing no other sign of it, she would turn back to Leila, a curious look on her face. “Did you…see that?” Tilting her head over to the source of the aura, the letter mage’s stance was still defensive, wondering whether it was simply trick of her eyes or something that would turn out to be a valid concern. Curious at her friend’s suggestion, Hoshi too swiveled her ears towards the source of whatever commotion had been noticed. A sudden sound of tromping feet could be heard, rough grunting and jeering typical of lower-ranked soldiers. Probably foot soldiers, low-ranked warriors that had no significant magical abilities to speak of, but were always a nuisance to have to get rid of. Who knew? Perhaps they would be insignificant enough that the celestial spirit could easily take care of them, but it was best to be ready just in case.

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    the aura can be whatever, the soldiers are just one round of weak, i guess. Also rolling 10.

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    Re: A Lot of Big Bad Mages [Job/ft. Leila and Sorano]

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