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    Leila Vergious
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    Strike at the Core

    Post by Leila Vergious on 26th October 2017, 2:06 pm






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    Once again approaching this place. The Fat Monsterland. I name that in itself swelled with the nastiness some monsters could bring. And yet, Leila wasn't happy with this assignment at all. The orders were to destroy the core of their operation, attack their base directly and eliminate any and all monster guards. Any other mage brave enough and with a power to back them up in a fight would surely accept such assignment right away, but she was reluctant. The fact that these 'monsters' organized proper attacks meant that they actually possessed intelligence. They were not mindless savages that did not know what they were doing. Rather than following their base instinct that drove many monsters to kill, they followed hate and aggression. So what exactly about this made the girl consider her options this time? She had sworn an oath to herself a long time ago... to never take a life of a properly sentient. And these monsters clearly were like that. The order was to eliminate but she had absolutely no desire to actually take any of their lives. At least not with her own hands. In other words, this contract created a undesired conflict within the caretaker's heart. Anyone who was even remotely pacifistic would have such troubles here it seemed. But at the same time, she was compelled to be here. Not only because the magic council ordered it, but because there was a real threat in these monsters and whatever organization they were part of. And so she found herself at a crossroad where she had to decide what to do. A plan was already formulating in her head, but she was unsure if she would be truly able to execute it. When she faced the monsters on this battlefield before, she got quite lucky. But there was no way to ensure that everything would go her way again.

    There was, however, at least one comfort that could warm her heart and help her uncertain mind at this time. Her ally that stood by her side before would be coming again. She specifically used her contact in the Magic Council to make this happen. Torian would be called to action one way or another. So if he accepted, he would be sent to this location, in the woods fairly near the enemy base but hidden from the sight of the monsters for the time being. She felt a little bad for abusing her power like that, but it was for the sake of getting a partner she could actually work with. If they were to solve this problem in a reasonable manner, that was just something she required. Especially when charging in by herself, even if she had a number of celestial spirits on her side, would probably mean a certain death. For now, she was trying to relax, sitting on a flat stone among the trees as flowers slowly grew from the ground and bloomed around her. Even when idle like this, the effects of her magic would take place and slowly transform the area around her into one much more nature themed. And that would happen even if she didn't particularly wish for it. Sometimes it was a little bit inconvenient, but others times it was a rather beautiful spectacle. She would even bend forward and pick one of the flowers from the ground, a white lily. Her pale skin almost matched the color of its petals. If there was another thing on her mind, it was how her old friend would react to her new appearance. She was quite different from the last time they have met. And even then, he seemed to have slight issues with his memories. So this could confuse him even further. She had to mentally prepare to calm him down and explain everything in enough details for him to find some peace. Hopefully, it wouldn't be too difficult to achieve.




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    Once again approaching this place. The Fat Monsterland. I name that in itself swelled with the nastiness some monsters could bring. And yet, Leila wasn't happy with this assignment at all. The orders were to destroy the core of their operation, attack their base directly and eliminate any and all monster guards. Any other mage brave enough and with a power to back them up in a fight would surely accept such assignment right away, but she was reluctant. The fact that these 'monsters' organized proper attacks meant that they actually possessed intelligence. They were not mindless savages that did not know what they were doing. Rather than following their base instinct that drove many monsters to kill, they followed hate and aggression. So what exactly about this made the girl consider her options this time? She had sworn an oath to herself a long time ago... to never take a life of a properly sentient. And these monsters clearly were like that. The order was to eliminate but she had absolutely no desire to actually take any of their lives. At least not with her own hands. In other words, this contract created a undesired conflict within the caretaker's heart. Anyone who was even remotely pacifistic would have such troubles here it seemed. But at the same time, she was compelled to be here. Not only because the magic council ordered it, but because there was a real threat in these monsters and whatever organization they were part of. And so she found herself at a crossroad where she had to decide what to do. A plan was already formulating in her head, but she was unsure if she would be truly able to execute it. When she faced the monsters on this battlefield before, she got quite lucky. But there was no way to ensure that everything would go her way again.

    There was, however, at least one comfort that could warm her heart and help her uncertain mind at this time. Her ally that stood by her side before would be coming again. She specifically used her contact in the Magic Council to make this happen. Torian would be called to action one way or another. So if he accepted, he would be sent to this location, in the woods fairly near the enemy base but hidden from the sight of the monsters for the time being. She felt a little bad for abusing her power like that, but it was for the sake of getting a partner she could actually work with. If they were to solve this problem in a reasonable manner, that was just something she required. Especially when charging in by herself, even if she had a number of celestial spirits on her side, would probably mean a certain death. For now, she was trying to relax, sitting on a flat stone among the trees as flowers slowly grew from the ground and bloomed around her. Even when idle like this, the effects of her magic would take place and slowly transform the area around her into one much more nature themed. And that would happen even if she didn't particularly wish for it. Sometimes it was a little bit inconvenient, but others times it was a rather beautiful spectacle. She would even bend forward and pick one of the flowers from the ground, a white lily. Her pale skin almost matched the color of its petals. If there was another thing on her mind, it was how her old friend would react to her new appearance. She was quite different from the last time they have met. And even then, he seemed to have slight issues with his memories. So this could confuse him even further. She had to mentally prepare to calm him down and explain everything in enough details for him to find some peace. Hopefully, it wouldn't be too difficult to achieve.


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    Re: Strike at the Core

    Post by ivyleaf33 on 30th October 2017, 4:59 am

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    Tapping her feet on the ground, the letter mage was skittish as she peered around the entrance. Here she was again, at the front door of one of the biggest monster pits in the world, and definitely the largest in Fiore. While she had come last time to simply kill a bunch of monsters, she most certainly hadn’t expected another decree to be put out like that. Having simply assumed that last time was a mere emergency, a situation in which they would grab a bunch of mages and kill a bunch of monsters, the newest announcement was alarming. “So…it’s apparently an organized movement.” Frowning, Sorano cast her memories back to the job last time. She had been accompanied by three other mages, two of whom she hadn’t really been familiar with. The redheaded guy… She didn’t even know who he was, he had appeared out of seemingly nowhere and just smashed monsters until he himself was very nearly dead. The other strange mage, Charlotte… She had been a healer type who had definitely been a huge help, especially to that foolish redhead. And of course, Mura was there. Mura was always there, to the point where it was almost irritating. Almost. But not quite.

    Turning and raising an eyebrow at Hoshi, the two would enter, immediately finding themselves surrounded by the growls and grunts of various skirmishes nearby. Well, it was only to be expected when all the mages of Fiore were called into one area of the country. Although the percentage of mages still wasn’t very high, the number of magic users was still very impressive compared with most other countries. This should be interesting – she might even meet some unusual mages, or mages she could end up in a sort of alliance with. Remembering Mashyuu, the earth mage with whom she had partnered with for quite a while, she was looking forward to finding someone who might be able to work that well. It wasn’t that Mura, or any of the members in her guild were necessarily bad mages, it was just that she knew them so well that fighting and working with them became repetitive, a journey in which not much was learned from either side. Or perhaps that was just the emotionless side of her hoping for a bit of change in her life? Blinking in surprise at the uncharacteristic thought, the letter mage would brush it off, letting her feet fall down gently on the ground, barely making a sound as she fox-walked through the forest.

    As she looked around, ready to begin investigating the situation, a sudden flash of aura would catch her eye. Blinking in surprise, she would move towards the clearing, feeling out the contours of this new person’s magic power and emotional state. Another mage? Finally stepping inside, she stopped in surprise. This was…pleasant. And while such a statement shouldn’t be surprising in most situations, this was the Fat Monsterland, where things were most certainly not supposed to be pleasant. Looking towards the source of the natural energy, she would notice a white-haired woman, reaching down to pluck a flower from the ground. All around her, a natural energy would radiate, forming a field of magic where plants would slowly reach their limbs out from the ground, raising their petals up to greet the cloudy sky. Sensing her companion tensing beside her, Sorano could see that Hoshi could feel the pull of the natural magic, being someone closely intertwined with the natural world as well.

    Awkwardly approaching, Sorano would offer a small wave. “Mm, hello there, are you here to perform the job as well?” While it was almost guaranteed that she was here for the task – most mages who normally came here simply had the purpose of training or showing off their ability to kill tons of monsters to friends, to impress someone they had their eyes on – the letter mage still considered it polite to ask. Additionally, while Sorano was more than capable of performing a job by herself, this was something where the magic council had specified was almost impossible to perform by oneself. She would need to work with others, and as she hadn’t arranged anything with anyone (though knowing her history, Mura was probably gonna pop up out of nowhere sometime soon), this could be her chance to find someone to work with.

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    Re: Strike at the Core

    Post by Mura Kensho on 31st October 2017, 10:14 am

    ... W-Wait, these bastards had the capability to plot? What about the previous attack on Fat Monsterland, because as clear as the shaman could remember, they barely spoke a word to him or to the other wizards that aided each other that day… he couldn’t but keep his mouth wide-open by the note that he got directly from the Magic Council, and even though that he was informed to receive further information later on, he didn’t exactly expect all of this. That also meant that today’s holiday had to be spent over there, in which he sighed in sadness. “… Hmh, I can’t complain much, can I?” he suddenly asked out, indirectly talking to the samurai ghost behind him who had shown up. “Not if you ask me. Duties are duties,” Kyuken replied to him, “And in that field, I know more than you… so don’t worry at all! Your life is in my safe hands, kid!” His teeth shone by the declaration and Mura simply laughed a little. “Thanks… but hey. Now that I think about it-“ the shaman spoke as he held his chin in deep thought, remembering that back then, Zirconis had been absent. As he thought about that, the dragon spirit came floating pass them with his usual grunts, in which they both eyed him sharply…

    “You and your awful dependence on me…” the dragon grunted with an upset tone as all three of them were now located in the borders of what was labelled Fat Monsterland. It was unsmooth, filled with hills and mountains, next to no sign of rich vegetation and the water… the water was as red as ketchup. The scene totally gave him flashbacks of a week ago when he had gone to this place for the first time alongside Sorano, the rather silent embodiment of logic and careful thinking - not to mention Fairy Tail’s Guildmaster - a rather new face in form of a cute priestess named Charlotte, and a new face that stormed in from nowhere, manifesting lightning that only reminded the shaman of yet another Guildmaster from the early days. Ah, he wondered if he would see them here too, because when he had went to the library back at Fairy Tail’s guild, Sorano was nowhere to be seen. He had asked a few members about her whereabouts, and from those that were still there at that moment, he heard that she had taken to Fat Monsterland herself. “… Okay, I got a plan ready,” he exclaimed to the two spirits, “First-“ His words were cut off, though, by something that Kyuken had to say now that his eyes were all of a sudden in all directions. Whatever the reason really was, he suddenly emerged: “M-My NAS-meter is tingling!” For a whole second, Mura barely heard it, but when his brain registered the word of Kyuken’s, his head tilted in an instant as he questioned himself; what the hell was that about? “E-Ehh…-“ The samurai ghost, though, grabbed his hand and pulled him across the country like a madman, completely bypassing a few other magicians that were hanging about, until the shaman saw a very outstanding place with vegetation and signatures of familiar people. However, when Mura had arrived right in front of the two, Leila and Sorano, he was… unconscious. Kyuken had been aiming his eyes at Leila the entire time, though, but he noticed the conscious absence of Mura, in which he began sweating. “… U-Uhh, Mura?” the samurai ghost asked out, “… Crap.”

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