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    Post by Guest on Thu 14 Jun 2018 - 5:05

    Today she was coming back to this place, despite telling herself she never would step foot in it again. Rose Garden. It was a cozy town, full of life and ways to empty your wallet if not careful enough. To most, all it was, was a shopping district, full of fun and joy for all. But for Astrid? This town was nothing but a living nightmare of past mistakes. It was no nightmare she could shake herself out of, nor one anyone could wake her up from. These cobble stone streets were soaked in the bloodshed she had caused that day. Even if the blood stains were no longer visible the memory of what she did was still there deep within. Of course, it wasn't just the streets that remembered her wrath. The people too had suffered. Innocent people. People who did not deserve what had happened to them. Even now as the elf traversed through the streets, her lavender cloak draped across her frame she could still feel their eyes, watching her, glaring at her. Of course, it was impossible. This lovely cloak was made of magical cloth from Seven, an elven cloak given to her by her father once her fame started to increase and more people recognized her. It was a cloak designed not to make her invisible, but to direct other's attention away from her. No one in this town could care less out this cloaked figure right now. But yet even knowing this, the slayer couldn't help but feel her guilt take over and eat away at her mind.
    Her one crimson eye nervously kept forward in front of her, weaving in and out of groups of people on the sidewalk, making sure not to bump into a single person. If she bumped into someone, the magic would ware off, allowing everyone to see she was here. What was worse? This was the same exact cloak she had worn on the day of destroying the Black Rose guild hall... So any chance she had at stealth would be taken away from her. Little to say, she didn't want that happening.
    For a little bit of reassurance the elf girl grabbed the fringe of the hood, pulling it down over the inky shadow that would be her face under the cloak's spell.

    So what was she doing here, one might ask. Why was she in a town she swore to never go back to? Tell, call her a bit of a hypocrite, but she was actually here to see the guild master. The two's relationship was a bit... Wonky at best. You know, with the whole real mother thing, and then smashing her guild hall into pieces... Little to say they didn't have the best connection. But after the guild war, after she caused so much trouble for the tanuki... She couldn't help but feel like the responsible party in this one. It was her own anger that caused Black Rose's guild hall to become destroyed, all for no good reason, seeing as how Savage Skull was the real culprit for her grandfather's death. And while Izayuki had always been a bit awkward about their connection, even Astrid knew she hadn't deserved to be punched the way she did, for her home to be ripped apart. So, she was going to make it up to her somehow. She was going to finally bring peace between them, after so long. How she was going to do this? Well, the silvernette didn't really know. But as she wandered the crowded streets, searching for any sign of the silver canine, she knew she would try to do anything to finally put their little feud to rest.

    After so much fighting, a little peace would be nice for a change.

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    Post by Guest on Thu 14 Jun 2018 - 5:41

    Izayuki Hyoujin ♦ Black Rose ♦ H Rank
    `` so you found a place where the grass is greener
    and you jumped the fence to the other side

    The silver-furred Bakedanuki was casually making her way around town, collecting the rent of certain Black Rose-owned buildings, buying a couple treats here and there, and overall just taking a nice, refreshing walk. It was one of the first she had had in a long time in the guild’s hometown, after all. For once, she was not off on a rush to a job site or on a mission. Normally, her free time was occupied by snoozing or moping or eating, but today would be a little different.

    Clawed hands in her khaki pockets, the guild master of Black Rose would silently tread the streets. She was well known in the area, naturally, but had learned to ignore the curious eyes of others on her. It was something she would get either way, leader of a guild or not, at least with her odd appearance of being mostly human with the ears and tail of a canine. As she continued her relaxing stroll, making her way back to Silver Moon Boulevard, an ever so familiar scent washed over her senses.

    Within heartbeats, the ayakashi had quickened her pace, hands leaving her pockets and clenching as she sought to track down the source-- before it was too late.
    What could the silvernette want here, other than to perhaps extract another means of revenge on her guild? Yes, the war was over for the most part, but Izayuki had little idea of what Astrid knew or did not know. Had she been told the truth?

    As the Bakedanuki’s strides grew longer, keen, narrowed crimson eyes finally could make out the lavender cloak that anyone living on the boulevard would recognize. With a low canine growl rising in her throat, Izayuki would walk directly towards the former guild master, the crowd easily parting to let the leader of Black Rose through. “Why are you here?” she would demand, the silver fur on her tail and ears bristling. She knew that Astrid was scared of her, and would usually make an effort to appear as least intimidating as possible. Now was different, however. She was talking to one who had harmed her family after all. Astrid had destroyed their home, and killed two children. Such things were not so easily forgiven. It was one thing if Astrid had gone after Izayuki alone, but bringing her guild into it was a grave mistake.

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    Post by Guest on Thu 14 Jun 2018 - 18:25

    It was all going rather smoothly, so far at least. The elf managed to dodge the people as they came, swiftly using her quickened reflexes so they wouldn't make contact, avoiding a few rushing and falling persons that would have for sure knocked a regular person to the ground. For being back in Rose Garden, this was going rather well. Though, if she said out loud this was actually go well, that would just end up jinxing her. So she wouldn't. She couldn't have a wrench thrown into her plan so soon.
    But because it was Astrid... Yeah you can bet her plan failed anyway. By now, it was just the nature of things.
    While shuffling through the crowd, keeping her single eye peeled for any sign of the guild master, the silvernette froze upon hearing the familiar voice of the tanuki. Being so used to the god slayer trying on a more gentle voice when she was around, it brought a sudden, cold chill to her to hear the woman's harsh voice. Astrid stopped in her tracks, flinching back once the shout pierced through her mind like a dagger. She didn't know how the youkai was able to sense her presence. They were both the same rank now, and for sure this cloak was working. The saint wasn't sure how she managed to do it, and it just frightened her all the more.
    The elvish girl tensed up, her muscles locking up, feeling suddenly all at once every single eye int he area falling on her. For a few seconds, she didn't even look up. She didn't need to, to know that everyone had stopped to look at them both, to witness the guild master and what in their eyes was nothing but a villain duke it out on these very streets. They wanted justice, probably for her to be beat down or worse. And with the tone of voice and the amount of anger she could sense flickering off of the tanuki? The slayer thought that maybe today, they would get what they wanted.

    She did not turn for a few seconds, her mind rushing and running wild, trying to figure out how to solve this little blip in her plan. But really, there was no way to solve it. Izayuki had called her out, in public. And now everyone knew she was here. She just had to go and roll with it.
    Her crimson gaze rose, turning her head around slowly to see the fuming guild master. A pang of fear wielded up inside of her small frame, recalling all of the beat downs and fights the two had been in with one another. So much, that under the cloak she began to shake slightly. Though since the material didn't cling to her skin, the shaking didn't show up much. But anyone who was capable of sensing fear, would be able to feel the tiniest bit from the girl.
    For comfort of keeping her emotions hidden, the silvernette did not take off the cloak, nor remove the hood from her head. Instead, she stood and watched the tanuki for a moment, listening in as some of the crowd mumbled among themselves. Trying her best to swallow her fear, finally, she would speak, baling her hands into fists to try and force herself to stop the shaking.
    "Not to cause trouble, if that's what you think." Thankfully, she had managed to hide her fear enough that she didn't stumble of her words, like she normally did when her emotions were strong enough. But she did keep her words light, as to not indicate she was here to continue her rampage or create anymore hostility.
    "I was looking for you, actually. I believe there was a misunderstanding between us recently and i would like to resolve it." She would pause a bit, glancing to the side to see some of the crowd grow a bit restless. "But if you don't mind, first, i would like for us to go somewhere a bit more private."
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    Post by Guest on Sat 16 Jun 2018 - 6:13

    Izayuki Hyoujin ♦ Black Rose ♦ H Rank
    `` is it good?
    are they giving you a world i could never provide?

    That was exactly what the Bakedanuki thought-- the former guild master was only in Rose Garden to cause trouble. Maintaining a hard crimson glare at the hooded silvernette, Izayuki could not hold back another low canine growl in the back of her throat when Astrid mentioned the ‘misunderstanding’. That word was an understatement by far, considering the scale of what had happened. Astrid had not only caused them a fair amount of injuries and destruction, but a high cost when it came to rebuilding. Some things, however, were not so easily replaced.

    At Astrid’s request for them to go somewhere else, a place more private than where they stood, the Bakedanuki snapped her clawed fingers. All around them, the world would melt to a paper white. No longer would they be standing in the colorful Rose Garden. Izayuki had used her mononoke magic specifically to cast an illusion on the vicinity itself. The people were no longer around, and could no longer see and hear the duo. They would not walk into them either, as the Bakedanuki had meticulously shifted the space for the time being, so that anyone who walked through a part of the street where they were would pass through, appearing on the other side of the space as if nothing happened.

    The primary reason Izayuki chose to shroud them in a carefully crafted illusion was because she did not trust Astrid. She did not know if her ‘daughter’ was really here to resolve the issues up in the air, or to just lead Izayuki off someplace or into a trap. The two were of the same level in power now-- the elf had grown tremendously since her days in Black Rose. But Izayuki also remembered how the child soul had once deceived her, spiriting her away to a place and attacking her, before the Bakedanuki had settled the situation by offering the unborn soul a ‘name’. She was no longer willing to take risks with the unpredictable former guildmaster. While it was true Astrid could very easy break out of the ‘illusion’ with little to no effort, if she were serious about what she said, surely she would not.

    “Stop sugarcoating it, murderer, Izayuki began, her voice laced with venomous anger. With the events still fresh on her mind, it was difficult to remain calm and collected. The Bakedanuki understood that she was not one to talk, when it came to killing and not killing, but in the direct situation, Izayuki had hurt nobody who was affiliated with Astrid, but the silvernette still managed to kill two children. The grieving mother could not so easily overlook that. “What do you want?”

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    Post by Guest on Thu 21 Jun 2018 - 4:56

    With a snap of the guild master's fingers, the entire world around them grew white. No longer could the elf see the judgmental crowd, nor the busy streets that ran through Rose Garden. Second by second the colorful and bright surroundings of the garden melted into a snowy white backdrop, like the two were now trapped inside of what a clean sheet of writing paper would look like. The slayer looked from side to side, trying to understand exactly what kind of magic this was. Since she had never seen anything like it before, she would assume it was some youkai ability. But if that wasn't the case, then it was some sort of magic she hadn't seen before. It was much like her soul trap ability, except this space was not in fact the tanuki's soul. Astrid could not sense that was the case. In fact, whatever sort of barrier or however you want to call it, was actually kind of weak. If she wanted? The silvernette could break out of here with a simple flick of her finger. But she was not going to do that, at least not unless Izayuki planned to attack her. But given she hadn't already done so, the elf didn't think that would be a problem for the time being. It was almost proving she was peaceful, that she did not shatter this place in half at this moment. She really did want to make everything up to the pink haired woman, and she wasn't about to screw it up already.

    Murderer. That word struck and dug into Astrid's skin the moment it left Izayuki's lips, causing her to bite her lower lip. Yes, she knew she was a murderer. She had killed so many people that day, including herself. How was one supposed to feel, about killing yourself? She hadn't even meant too. She was so angered during the whole thing that she didn't even sense the souls inside of the tanuki's body. She hadn't made the connection. If she did? Then she wouldn't have done it. But she did, and she had to live with that guilt. Though she was unsure how exactly to feel about killing herself, she could only imagine the grief the tanuki was going through. Though one survived in the end, even by super natural means, one did not. It was going to take a lot to make up for that, if she could at all.
    The silvernette lowered her gaze for a moment, taking a breath in. She reached into her pocket, pulling out an envelope. Taking a couple of steps forward she would present the envelope to the angered tanuki, leaving it up to her if she would take it or not.
    "I know it in no way makes up for what i did, but within this envelope contains eight million jewels-the amount of jewels i had saved up over the years to help my grandfather with his debt." A small frown etched onto her hidden lips. "But since he's gone, it's better going towards you and the rest of Black Rose than anything else."
    Using her free hand to reach up to her lavender hood the elf would push it back, allowing it to fall down over her shoulders. Her single red eye stared at Izayuki, the pink flower inside of the other eye socket becoming more visible than it was under the darkened hood's shadow.
    "The guild war took a lot of things from many people, things none of us will ever get back. With so much loss, i wish nothing but to give back. To heal, to forgive. Like i said before, i know this money cannot come close to what i took away from you. But i wish to finally settle things between us, if it is possible. I would be willing to do anything, if you allow me the chance to fix the mistakes of my past actions." Whatever nervousness or sheepishness from before would fade from the elf's demeanor as she spoke these words, not stuttering of faulting once, keeping eye contact with the guild master. To Izayuki? She would see this was not the same Astrid Foss she had almost killed in the alleyway all those years ago. She was more mature, wiser than that timid girl back then. The mage life was a tough one, full of grief and hard work. It was obvious to anyway who gazed upon the goddess that she was a victim to the mage life. But it's not like it was all bad. Through the rough life you also grew stronger, both mentally and physically. Despite being broken, the girl was still holding strong, or at the very least was trying.

     
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    Izayuki Hyoujin ♦ Black Rose ♦ H Rank
    `` well I hope you're proud of your big decision
    I hope it's all that you want and more

    The Bakedanuki observed the white dragon slayer’s reaction to her venomous tone and words. The guilt was visible, and fortunately was there. If it were not, there was no point for them to be having this conversation. Izayuki stared at the envelope being handed to her, at first suspicious before the silvernette continued. It was a savings for her grandfather, but quite a shame that the fellow died before whatever debt he had could be paid off. The guild master did sympathize with the loss of a family member quite well, and thus made no comment at first as the money was offered.

    Izayuki reached out to accept the envelope, still staring at it half suspiciously. She only nodded at her daughter’s words, knowing she would use it to pay off the guildhall repairs after the destruction by the young slayer. Astrid pulled off her hood, letting it fall off of her head and to her shoulders. The flower growing from one eye was surprising and unnerving to the Bakedanuki, who could easily see the hardships the dragon slayer had been through. Indeed, she was not the same as she was in Black Rose. The life of a guild master and a mage had certainly taught her a thing or two.

    “What happened to you?” the Bakedanuki asked, forcing herself to fight tears and a shaking voice. “The last times I saw you, you were killed by Erika using you as a human shield, being taken away by Violet, and finally, were attacking my guild. Now you’re missing an eye, and are wandering with my husband’s guild gone…”

    She wanted to mend that relationship so much. Only, whenever she reached out, her daugher pushed back. Or Izayuki would do something to mess it up. She had never been good to Astrid, and a couple good deeds barely outnumbered even one of the times she had hurt her daughter, like back in that alleyway, when she had been killed by Lucius and accidentally possessed Astrid to torment him, and when she failed to notice and protect her from Erika taking her captive during the Magic Council’s war with Navrick. Why was it that Astrid was only willing now, other than out of a feeling of obligation or guilt?

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    Post by Guest on Mon 23 Jul 2018 - 18:44

    At first, Astrid was pleased that the guild master accepted her envelope. More so than wanting to help out Black Rose, the slayer no longer wished to carry that money around with her. It hurt to do so, to remember all the jobs she took for the sake of helping her grandfather slowly chip away at his debt. Even this much, eight million whole jewels, was not enough to cover it. It wasn't enough to cover her guilt, nor what large sum of money he had invested in to start his business. But still, no longer being forced to look at all of what could have been would hopefully help her feel a little better and aid her on the road of her slow but steady recovery.
    But then Izayuki's sudden state of sorrow caught the slayer rather off guard. It was something she didn't get to see a lot, the ice mage's emotions. But after such a long time of seeing the woman as nothing but a monster, it was a little strange to see her like this, acting like a human. Of course, by now Astrid did not see the girl as a monster. She was human, if not in appearance then in mind she was. However, she hadn't meant to invoke those feelings inside of her. Was it her appearance that did this? She had taken the hood down mostly out of courtesy, to show the guild master she was serious about wanting to do anything to make it up for her. But something about it had triggered sadness in her voice. Her crimson gaze softened, looking onto the young guild master with a bit of pity. Of course, the guild war took its toll on her as well, just like it had done to Astrid. Admits it she had lost not only her children and guild, one of the last remaining memories of her husband. Elyx had vanished, just one day out of the blue. Astrid had noticed this of course as the weeks went by without seeing him in the guild hall. There was a bit of paranoia with it, of course. Summer had also just upped and left too, leaving the light mage to wonder if she had done anything wrong to them. But more so than her own suffering, she couldn't imagine what his wife was going through. And now that Golden Phoenix was gone, neither of them had anything else to remember such an important person in their lives. At the thought of Elyx the slayer had to fight off some of her own tears, but in the end kept a strong face.
    "We always seem to meet if not during disasters, then right after them. We both have horrible timing, but i suppose i got that from you." The elf gave her a small smile, despite what she just said feeling weird to her. It was still strange, to refer to Izayuki as her mother. To Astrid, Violet would always ever be her true mother, it was just strange and uncanny to think of it any other way. But still, Astrid accepted what and who she was, and where she originally came from. It was still weird to her, but she knew eventually she would get used to the idea.
    Thinking upon how to explain what exactly happened over the past few months, Astrid found herself at a loss for words. She hadn't really told anyone about it, other than Erika. But with the thread mage's power of being able to read her memories from the lightest touch it wasn't exactly of her own free will. She was worried about giving anyone information, in fear that if they knew they would be a target. She was worried about that cat's powers, and at what limit they had. If she told anyone, would it know? Would it hunt after them too? Astrid wasn't sure, and she wasn't really up to finding out the hard way. But with Izayuki and the small, cut off world she created for them, would it ever find out anyway? Izayuki had a right to know what happened to her husband's guild...
    Astrid glanced left to right, as if she was trying to see if they were being watched. of course, they weren't, but you could never be sure. After a moment she looked back to the tanuki, taking in a small breath to prepare herself.
    "It was the dark guilds. Savage Skull, to be more precise. The guild master took form of you and various other Black Rose members and slaughtered village after village in hopes of provoking the guild war. I was tricked into thinking you had turned mad, and i got angry when i heard news of my grandfather's death. Which is why i had attacked Black Rose. I was fooled." Guilt once again would show on her face, her gaze casting down to the ground. "Soon after i was taken captive by the guild master. She lured me back to the guild in her cat form, i had no idea she was actually a demon. So when i back talked her... I was punished." Recalling the painful memory the elf would cover her empty eye socket with her hand, trying to calm the slight stinging. After a moment of trying to calm the stinging the silvernette once again looked up to Izayuki, letting her arm go back to her side. "As well as my eye they took my guild, Elyx's guild. I wasn't there to protect it, so it fell to the depths of Phoenix Mountains. Sadly, that's all i know. I'm still trying to piece it all together myself, and find out why they did this. Surely it's more than just power, otherwise they would have done it sooner." It was a hard one to figure out, Astrid spent countless nights trying to figure out why all if it happened, but nothing made sense. Perhaps, Izayuki would know a little more, but Astrid was not counting on her to.
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    Post by Guest on Wed 15 Aug 2018 - 5:02

    Izayuki Hyoujin ♦ Black Rose ♦ H Rank

    The relation of Astrid to herself made Izayuki’s silver-furred tail visibly twitch. It was a shocking statement, as she never anticipated her ‘daughter’ ever mentioning their relationship unless she had to. Izayuki could only nod in agreement, still somewhat baffled by the expression to the point she could not muster words right away.

    When the silver-haired slayer went on to explain, a low growl rose in the Bakedanuki’s throat. Savage Skull-- quite a tragedy indeed. The yokai had encountered their previous guildmaster and had even taken and completed a job successfully with her. Despite being a dark guild leader, that person had not been too bad. Unfortunately, either the leadership had changed hands, or the master that Izayuki knew had changed her heart. Izayuki suspected the former. Desiree had explained the fact that it was the old kasha nekomata in her letter of departure and Astrid’s words confirmed it. Fluffy, also known as Nyx, was a cruel cat demon, who had it out for Izayuki. What better way to get at the Bakedanuki than to target her guild?

    “Fluffy, was it?” the slayer growled, eyes gazing at the solid white ground of her illusion. Astrid mentioned she did not know why they did such things, but Izayuki knew full well why they dared. “I know why,” she continued, crimson eyes focusing on the silvernette once more. “Fluffy has a vendetta against me. She knew she couldn’t kill me directly, so what better way to get back at me than to target my guild and family.”

    Technically, she was referring to her own guild as her family. However, Elyx’s legacy was very much a part of her family outlook too, so of course Golden Phoenix would have been dragged into the fray. “I’m sorry they had to involve you,” the tanuki said, not quite thinking and still trying to piece it together. She was still angry at what had happened to her guild and children from Astrid, but would at least take partial responsibility for others getting involved in a yokai dispute, to the point a home was destroyed and an eye was taken. The nekomata had tricked her, as many ayakashi were notorious for doing. At the end of the day, who really was to blame besides the evil cat demon?

    “With Golden Phoenix gone, where are you staying? Did Violet take you back in?” the Bakedanuki asked, a look of concern in her eyes. Since she had stood up against Violet in defense of the slayer, Izayuki wondered if Violet would have been keen on taking her birth daughter back in or not. If she had known of the tragedy of Golden Phoenix before it happened, she would have sided with Violet. It would be better for their daughter to miss out on leading and the dream of a mage than to have been hurt so badly.


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    Post by Guest on Mon 20 Aug 2018 - 5:45

    Fluffy. So that was the cretin's name. Even after all this time the elf wasn't actually aware the thing had a name, and merely referred to her as the 'demonic cat'. To think it had such a cute and humbling name when underneath it was nothing but a monster... What an awful trick. How dare it take a popular pet name like that and twist it around. It wasn't fluffy, it was pointy and sharp!
    Even admits her somewhat childish thoughts the elf caught on that the feline apparently had something against Izayuki. A person, having a vendetta against her? Since when was that a thing?
    Seems the guild master got into all sorts of trouble. She was like a magnet for that kind of that stuff, may it be her youkai nature or sticking her nose where it didn't belong. Astrid had the same sort of thing, though maybe to a lesser extent. She couldn't exactly say she had ever accomplished something like getting a demonic cat to hate her and then getting said cat to start an entire war just to mess with her. If there was a record for the extreme lengths someone would go to to simply mess with someone, the cream cat would have broken the record twelve times.

    Why did the cat have such a grudge against Izayuki? The slayer did not know, nor entirely wanted to know. It was none of her business, and she was not about too pry in where she didn't belong. Any more knowledge about anything would only put herself more at risk. The only reason she even reviled any of this information to the guild master in the first place was because this magical world she created was protected from reality. The cream colored cat had no way of knowing this happened unless she were to read their minds. And unless she was mistaken, she didn't think she had that power. But what did she know? The world of youkai was still strange and new to her. They didn't run by any normal rules.

    Crimson optics flickered with slightly curiosity as when the ice mage asked about her place of rest. She wasn't sure why she was asking, or why she even cared. But the silvernette wasn't going to keep anything hidden. She did not want to lose any sort of trust they had right now.
    "My grandfather's place, in Peace Village. With him gone i inherited it automatically. We're still rebuilding from the war, but it's a work in progress." While it had been months since the war, Savage Skull really had done a number on the town. It was mostly finished by now, but some things such as getting the blood stain out from the wood was taking a little longer than they had hoped. And what couldn't get out, was being replaced by new supplies.
    As for Violet though? Upon thinking of her birth mother, the elf clenched her arm with her other hand, glancing down.
    "Violet was also effected greatly by the war. She is okay, but we're still hoping she is able to hold a sword properly again after she heals... So, honestly it's for the best i don't burden her with my presence." A little sad, perhaps. A daughter thinking her presence would burden her own mother. But the elf wasn't in great shape herself right now either. Her father could handle the blonde easily by himself as she healed from her wounds. He had already done so for over twenty years. Her being there would just add more pressure to him, and right now she didn't want to be more of a burden than she already was.
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    Post by Guest on Sun 26 Aug 2018 - 7:19

    Izayuki Hyoujin ♦ Black Rose ♦ H Rank

    The demonic cat-- Izayuki bitterly remembered the girl who had once been human. An onmyoji and user of sealing arts, the girl hunted down those that did not abide by the normal rules of the world. Yokai were enemies, monsters to be feared. While the tanuki understood that much of her kind was known to be evil and rotten, ready to feed on human and cause mass destruction, a good majority were still peaceful and harmless. The latter mattered not to the onmyoji, however, and that girl was a part of the party that had tracked the wizard saint down in hopes of killing her. Their anti-yokai charms had proven effective, and had it not been for Izayuki resorting to turning that girl into an ayakashi like herself, she likely would not be standing before her daughter. The forced transformation had caused a good deal of chaos-- the girl went berserk in her new kasha nekomata form and devoured everyone else in her team. Utilizing the commotion, Izayuki had managed to flee. Little did she know the feline would be after her for revenge.

    Still, she could not dwell on that now. She had done what she needed to in order to survive, after all. “Fluffy” had become the monster she once saw Izayuki as. Fortunately she had been silenced for now, but not without leaving a wake of devastation for them to clean up after. Judging from what Astrid was saying, she was living alone with nobody to care for her. Not even a guild was at her side to support and assist her. The news visibly saddened the tanuki as her silver-furred ears and tail drooped in sympathy. Even Violet had not fared well in the war initiated by the nekomata. While Izayuki was not fond of Astrid’s birth mother, she still did not wish ill fortune on her. “I see,” the bakedanuki murmured, gazing at the silvernette softly and sincerely. “Please know, you always have a home with me in Black Rose. I’ll do whatever I can to protect you.”

    The words seemed odd for the reserved ayakashi, but fell out of her mouth so naturally when it came to the young elf. The choice belonged to the dragon slayer, of course, but the bakedanuki would still extend the offer with a promise to do what she could to help her daughter and keep her safe.

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    Post by Guest on Sun 26 Aug 2018 - 8:14

    Do whatever she could to protect her? The statement came off as a rather big shock to the elf, who couldn't help but let a shine of surprise swirl in her single crimson orb, staring back at the young guild master. You know, after she destroyed her entire guild hall, killed her unborn children, and rejected her as her true mother Astrid was expecting her to be a bit more angry. But as she looked upon the ice mage, all she could see was true and genuine comfort in her eyes. Even her soul wasn't giving off any hostile wavelengths. Everything she said was true. Even after all the chaos she caused, she was still willing to give the silvernette another chance, and even take her in if needed. Now she just felt all the more worse for her actions, having spent entire nights dedicated to fearing and cursing the tanuki's name for what she did.
    Well, guess they were kind of even now. All of that was in the past. They would work it out in time. But now after so much death and sadness she really did need that support, that happiness.
    The girl's lip quivered a bit, as if she was about to cry, but managed to push it down.
    She bowed her head down in thanks, a small smile on her lips. "I don't know how welcomed i would be by the others, but i will keep your offer in mind. Thank you." After all, even thought Izayuki was willing to welcome her back into the family, others in the guild she faced during everything may not be happy to see her there. As example, Lilium. Though after their little job she seemed to forgive the slayer even slightly, the holy mage still wasn't too keen on her. She didn't even want know how the others still felt. But, she couldn't blame them at all.

    Straightening herself back up she would look to the left, and then the right again. Ah, yeah. They were still in the pale white world the goddess made in order to be alone. She couldn't take her leave without permission. And now that everything she had come to do was done, she had no reason to be here.
    "Erm, but if you don't mind, may we please go back to our reality? I did what i came to do, and i don't wish to stay in Rose Garden longer than i have to." Once they would go back, she would have to try and get out... And being recognized? Well, that was going to be harder than she had hoped.

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