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    A matter of urgency ~ [ Yona]

    Amalie
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    Post by Amalie on 24th November 2018, 9:36 am

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    The cold ocean water slapped hard against the wooden sides of the West Fiore Trading Company Ship as it raced through the sea towards their targetted destination. Amalie stood on the deck, arms crossed over her chest.  A multitude of boatmen milling about behind her running the boat and preparing for the task at hand. Her Icy-blue eyes stared hard at the water ahead trying to find any sight of the catastrophe that awaited them. She was aware that one of her guildmates was on the boat too, but she wasn't in the mood to keep her company. Amalie was too focused on the task at hand.

    When she had come to the guild today, her only intention was to collect her reward for the job she had most recently done. The slaughtering of a pack of werewolves that were terrorizing villagers, she had the blue-haired guy shark guy had made quick work of it. She had been looking forward to receiving payment and heading home to add it to her finances. She had planned on spending time going through her income and review her financial progress. A task she thoroughly enjoyed, knowing she was on her way to accumulating wealth always put Amalie in a good mood. After collected her funds, she had initially been about to leave the guild when the emergency call out rang out. Having overheard it, her mood immediately dropped and all thoughts of heading home vanished.

    Amalie had rushed back and volunteered herself for the rescue. Usually, she would not be so eager to sign up for emergency jobs, they were usually high-risk and low reward. But this one was different, this wasn't about making money or about building her slowly amounting reputation in the guild. Taking this job had been instinctual for her. Children at risk of drowning due to an amusement ship going down near whirlpools, or potentially eaten by the monstrous creatures spotted near the incident. Such mania was unheard of. Yet, she wasn't about to ignore it. Children were the most innocent type of human, so mouldable and so weak. They needed protecting, and Amalie was ready to do just that.

    She still couldn't see anything, she growled in frustration before turning away from the edge of the boat. Her black heels clicked against the floor as she briskly approached one of the Boatmen. "This is taking too long!" She barked irritably, he looked up at her, wincing as the cold hard wind whipped his face. "We're going as fast as we can, Miss West." He replied, only to receive a stare of cold fury, she resisted the urge to break his nose, knowing it would not benefit the situation. She pushed past him. "Not fucking good enough." She retorted, heading towards the back of the boat. The ship was already going at full speed, she was well aware of that. Unfortunately, they hadn't had time to track down the fastest ship in the port, therefore they were stuck with one of their regular trading ships and these weren't known for speed.  

    She reached the back of the boat in a matter of moments, her pale blue hair whipping about in the wind, she held out her hands with her palms facing outwards. Summoning her magic, she felt it climb up her throat before released in the form of a spell. "Burn." She called, the spell reverberated loudly through the air. Fire shot from her palms immediately forced outwards in the direction against where the boat was heading. She was attempting to use the energy from the fire to boost the speed of the boat. After a moment, she could feel the speed of the boat, pick up slightly. She gritted her teeth, holding the flames in place. It would not be ideal to use up all her magic before she got there, but she was determined to get to those children as fast as possible, the longer they soon, the more casualties there would be. Amalie didn't want to go to bed tonight with the conscious of a drowning child on her mind. She would succeed, she just hoped her accomplice would be able to provide a decent amount of support.

    WC: 703 / 7000
    Total WC: 703 / 14000


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    Yona
    Yona

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    Post by Yona on 31st December 2018, 8:00 am

    Heroism wasn't much up Yona's alley when it came to selecting missions. It seemed that most other mages in the company were busy with other jobs or activities however and an emergency crisis like this was not something Yona could just skip out on. The short green haired woman had been making a statement, sitting in the stables and talking over equine behavior and husbandry when she got the message on her iLac. Why did she even own a damn phone? Yona stood up and brushed the horse hair and sweet smelling hay off her clothing as best as she could. She wasn't dressed in her usual company best, but a mage was a mage and they weren't going to boil over about her clothing choices on this job. She gave Doll one last pat on the back before jogging out to the ships and joining up with what looked like a newer mage. Or at least, the blue haired woman was new to her. The bustle of the ship as it was quickly pushed from the dock and ropes were untangled all around, sails unfurling and the boom swinging wide separated her for a moment from the other mage. Yona didn't actually try to catch up to her, preferring to help the crew.

    She probably just looked like one of them, carrying boxes around to stabilize and clear the main deck for use in this dangerous situation. A series of medical staff aboard the staff had needed help below deck to set up stations and cots. They were even training some of the crew members on basic first aid knowledge because who knew how many lives were at risk out in the whirlpools of the sea. As Yona lent a hand, she gleaned that some sort of fancy party boat had sunk near the whirlpools, dumping the children into life-threatening scenarios too dark to contemplate. Yona hated the idea of it, but she supposed most of the people, most of the children would be dead by the time this ship got there. There were so many unanswered questions: Where were all the adults? Why was the ship close to whirlpools in the first place? And finally, on a boat filled with magical playtime fun... where were the mages able to use their power to help!?

    Yona returned to the main deck and was tying down the last of a few large barrels when she heard the click of heels and a female's voice shouting. She winced, hoping it was a stressed out nurse and not the mage accompanying her to the rescue. Yona looked over her shoulder and saw the blue-haired woman again, barking out at a poor crew member. She started to approach the woman, heading to the stern to diffuse the situation, when the woman lifted her hands and torrents of flame appeared, propelling the trade ship through the water. As the boat knifed through the waves, the wind lashed Yona's green hair about her face. She wore comfortable black stretch pants and a large grey hooded sweatshirt. Still smelling like a mixture of horse and brine, Yona felt an intense fear looking at those bright flames. Sure, the mage was helping, but Yona had bad experiences with fire. She bit on her lip, hearing the screams of her childhood, seeing the charred body of her father. Luckily, she was wearing pants and nobody could see the scorch marks the home fire left behind on her physical body. The plant mage inhaled and then exhaled, going towards the mage and trying her best to leave her fears behind.

    "You should consider treating the crew a little better. They had no warning either and are doing a fine job," Yona defended them valiantly, careful to keep her eyes on the mage instead of the woman's fire. "Still, the fire's a good touch. We should be there in a couple of minutes with that going as it is. Don't tire yourself out too much before we get there. It's just us that can help deal with this." Yona looked out at the water behind the boat and then turned to look where they were headed. A large ship poked up through the blue, a blinking ferris wheel half submerged in the water. From where she was, Yona could see tons of little shapes, bodies in the water, clinging to each other, wearing floatable vests, and others still sitting or lying on top of floating wreckage, the flotsam bobbing in the water as it rotated and swirled. For a moment, Yona was still, just staring at the scene in a scramble of confusion and emotions. How could this have happened? Who let it get to this point? "Come on," She encouraged, "I see them!"

    The plant mage took off sprinting to the bow, looking over the starboard edge as she went. The crew cinched the sails back up into half-rolls, slowing the boat down to not make a bad situation worse by running aground of the children still surviving.

    WC: 840


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    A matter of urgency ~ [ Yona] G7SvMDP

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    Yona's Color: color = #33cc66
    Ketsueki's Color: color = #cc3300
    Briar's Color: color = #009999
    Amalie
    Amalie

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    Post by Amalie on 4th January 2019, 9:40 am


    Amalie couldn't help herself; she was rattled. Her fire blew furiously from her palms, a significant reflection of her internal state. She was usually so calm, so collected, but today she couldn't be. She couldn't settle, knowing the lives of children were at stake. She would hear a woman address her, glancing over. Ah yes, the guildmate. A young girl, several years younger than the Articulation mage. With green hair and light green eyes. The girl was telling her to 'play nice' with the Boatmen, the incompetent fools who clearly weren't taking their mission seriously enough. She said nothing, looking back at her flames, it was a pointless remark — one that didn't require an answer. She had no intention of listening to such advice. The girl would comment on the fire, continuing to advise her not to use up too much magic. "I'll be fine." She replied stoically.

    She would hold the magical flames up consistently for a little longer, pushing the ship towards its targeted location. It wasn't long before she would hear Yona summon her to come over. She ceased the fire, turning away from the edge of the boat. Quickly stalking across the ship, she saw it before she even got the ships edge, the chaos that lay before them. The wreckage from the amusement park ship, floating around in the rocky waters, bodies of adults and children trying to stay afloat scattered amongst the debris. The sight that lay before Amalie only seemed to fuel her anger. How could someone allow this to happen? Surely they should have better safety measures in place other than just lifejackets. Seeing of all those children, terrified, attempting to stay afloat in the turbulent waters. It made her blood boil.

    She joined the green haired girl on the other side of the ship, scanning the area. She turned her head around, pointing to one of the passing boatmen. "Lower the lifeboats!" She ordered, before looking back to the carnage in front of them. "Let's try to get the children safe first, I heard reports of monsters in the area. If you see anything, shout Amalie, and I'll rush to aid as soon as I'm able." She told her guildmate, it was rather a crude introduction of her name, but the only sort she had time for. The girls didn't have time to exchange pleasantries, not when lives were at stake. Amalie would hoist herself up, lifting her foot onto the rail of the ship, she would push herself up to stand on its edge. Magic would soar from her core, up through her throat as she called her first command. "Flight."

    The air around her body would shift, as though she was all of a sudden, as light as a feather. Her body would levitate off of the edge of the boat, and she would soar out over the rocky seas. She could feel the harsh winds attempted to push her off course; she fought against it. Lowering herself to so that she was hovering closer the sea, she counted as many bodies as she could. Trying to work out how to work her next spell. She didn't have a lot of magic that helped others, most of her magic was offensive, so she would need to get creative. The magic rose up through her body once more, pouring out of her as she spoke. "Globe." The words reverberated through the air loudly. Spheres of wind magic would appear around her, multiplying in mass to match the numbers she could see. Then they would float down towards those in the water, enveloping any adults and children she could see. Surrounding them and one by one, the air bubbles would lift them up into the air. Amalie felt the strain, using her magic to carry so many wasn't easy. She directed them over to the lifeboats and the main boat. Attempting to distribute as many as she could safely.

    It wasn't long before several of the children were already safely moved to the lifeboats, and the boatmen were quickly going about handing out towels to dry them and checking them over for any injuries. Things were going acceptably so far; they still had a number to get out of the water yet though. Amalie noticed in the distance the water seemed, disturbed, she looked over it she saw a horde of shadows making their way towards them. It appeared that the sea monsters were coming. She would fly ahead, instructing her orbs to continue their work. In her mind, she reviewed her magical options. She was in truth, somewhat limited, what with all the people still floating in the water she had to make sure she didn't accident assist in any casualties. "Something's coming." She called over to the other girl.


    WC: 802
    Amalie's Total: 1505
    Overall WC: 2345 / 14000


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    Yona
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    Post by Yona on 31st January 2019, 4:48 pm

    The female guildmate didn't match her gaze or return comment as Yona defended the people on the boat. She wasn't sure what she expected, certainly not a fight although she was always ready for one. Perhaps she had expected some sort of snide or tired remark, a come back to mind her own business, or a breathless and anxious apology because of course, the situation was stressful and not bringing out the best in her. Yona hadn't really expected nothing in response, but given the bright flames, Yona was mildly appreciative of the silence. It was better than any hostility from the female mage carrying such a terrifying blaze.

    She stopped herself from smiling, hearing Johann in her head, "My, my! Have you grown up? Do my eyes deceive me? Not even a little squabble?" It seemed her time really had changed her. Unfortunately, she only imagined Johann and his joking commentary. She could have used him on this boat and in this mission, all those kids could use his help too. Instead, she was stuck with a demon in her head who found great pleasure in suffering and death. Yona wasn't looking forward to his giggles or glee as she braced herself for whatever might come into view through the mist and ocean spray.

    Her throat felt dry for only a moment before calling out to the other mage. She stood there, mouth agape, Ketsueki's annoying dancing and clapping like a rhythmic chant inside of her head, "Around and around and in the water, someone's son and someone's daughter.." Yona pursed her lips into a thin line as Amalie gave her name and barked out orders to the crew. Getting the lifeboats would only help so much at this point and they were sure to be only a few at a time. At least it would be something. As Amalie levitated away from the boat, before Yona could give her own name, Yona watched as she raised up magical balls of what looked like air. She caught up children and a few adults as well, plopping them near or on the two lifeboats that were set up. In moments, the number doubled and there were four. Ketsueki continued on and on, clapping to the beat of his sing-song lyrics, "Glorious death as they take their last breaths and monsters come in to finish the rest.." Yona set her jaw and stepped forward, jerkily. There was to be no more hesitation here. "If you don't shut up and let me concentrate, I swear I'll swim right into a monster's mouth!" At the threat, her demon harumphed and quieted. There was no reason to risk not taking her seriously.

    Yona had to be in contact with the plants in the water in order for her next idea to work and there was no faster way than leaping off and falling the ten feet down from the ship into the crashing and circling waves. Luckily Yona enjoyed the ocean and was a much-improved swimmer; having never been truly abysmal before, currently living beside the sea, Yona had used much of her free time to dive into the waves. This couldn't be too different than swimming in the harbor of Tolgalen's port, right? She took a deep breath and then ran towards the same railing that Amalie had propelled off from. The green haired mage jumped up and then kicked off the railing, diving like some sort of marine mammal into the foamy sea. Like an arrow, she pierced through the surface and immediately felt the sudden jerking pull to the side of a powerful current. Her arms strained for a second, fighting the current until Yona finally gave up and tried to swim diagonally against the current, striving to just get back to the surface and take a good breath. It took time, and she had to remind herself not to panic. Something about being underwater was a lot like being trapped inside of a burning house: struggling to see, struggling to breath, and fighting a battle that feels impossible to win. Just when the mage thought she really had got in over her head, her face broke through the water and she took a strong breath.

    She relaxed easily enough, seeing that everything was more or less as she had left it; her trauma-based anxiety lessening in proportion to the importance of her task. Step one to get into the water was complete, even if she hadn't thought all the way through about the currents. Step two was here: the twenty-year-old woman lifted her arms and straightened her back. She placed her arms as evenly as she could against the surface and used her magic to do something she had never done before. "In a book, I read it. The water is filled with microscopic plants. If I can just grow them..." She said to herself. Yona had used the phytoplankton before, but as a communication base. It was not a well-practiced version of what she could do without barely a thought on land, but the mountain mage was clever at least to push the boundaries of her skills. And to her fortune, the microscopic plants bloomed! The millions and millions of phytoplankton grew until she formed a thick mat around herself in the water, a makeshift raft. She cheered happily and glanced around. She noted groups of children still in the water here and there. She concentrated her magic again, fingers in the water, and in seconds thick mats of slimy moss-like plants grew beneath them. It wasn't a lifeboat and it wouldn't be something they could use to sail to safety, but it would get them out of the water. She had made two decent sized mats when Yona heard Amalie calling down to her from somewhere up above.

    Something's coming? She looked up but there was so much commotion going on, she couldn't quite focus in on the sound. Did Amalie say what was coming? How many? From what direction? Yona left her hands in the water and clenched them into fists, pumping out more of her magical power into the water. "First the kids, then the monsters." The threat was imminent and certainly dangerous, but if the kids drowned after fighting this long in the water, not even the monsters would get to them in time. She made a third floating mat, then a fourth. She didn't see any others in the water from her position. From beneath her, Yona felt a series of sharp and hard protrusions, and she imagined a dull strange weapon in the hands of a sub-aquan soldier. When she looked down, her green eyes went wide taking in the monstrous creature beneath her, looking right back at her.

    The monster was a thirty-foot long serpent with a row of large purple spikes down its back and purple membranous fins around its head, and she was sitting upon his back. It's head lifted up out of the water and showered Yona with water, looking from its dark silhouette above with glinting fangs. Yona cursed several times, lifting her hands from the water in a brief gesture, trying to begin a spell. The body of the snake moved like a mechanical bull, throwing her forward and then backward, forcing her to suddenly hold on or be thrown across the water into the ship nearby.

    Its body writhed and coiled around her legs and torso and Yona braced her arms against the thick skin and tried to pull herself free. As she looked down she saw a torrent of shadows moving in the water beneath them and caught the eye of one of the passing creatures. They were smaller than the one she was dealing with, but they didn't bother stopping for her. She counted them in her head in horror, 4... no 6, wait... 10?! "Amalie! Amalie, there are 10 coming! They're going for the children!" Yona didn't ask for help for herself. "Amalie! Stop them! I cant-" The monsters tearing through the water were indeed headed towards the boats and plant-mats where the children were, fifteen-foot snakes knifing through the surface, unafraid of Yona's warnings. There was nothing else to protect the children, nothing else to stop so many creatures. Yona shook her head, Ketsueki stirring and making her eyes flash with blue flame. "Not yet," Yona told him, "I'm fine." The last thing she needed was a violent take over from the demon in a desperate attempt to save her and only her. Evil demons weren't reliable at saving anyone but themselves in her experience. "If by fine, you mean probably going to die, then I agree with you," Ketsueki returned telepathically, though Yona didn't have time to banter with him.

    Yona moved her fingers through a strange repetition, like an unholy prayer, before digging her hands and fingers into the coils of the leviathan wrapped around her legs. Her magic began to cover its body in black swollen lesions and she was grateful the monster was not immune to plant-based blights and diseases.The coils wrapped around her arms in a powerful attempt to crush her arms and her torso. Yona did not yield, her fingers still digging into the scales of the great sea-snake. She could feel the magic working and killing the creature and Yona knew it was going to regret going after her from such a close range. With the coils wrapped up around and over her head, she couldn't even see the water, never mind Amalie or the children. It was her hope that they were being dealt with since she knew she would never get out to them in time.

    WC: 840+1701= 2541


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    A matter of urgency ~ [ Yona] G7SvMDP

    ~Yona's Links~


    Yona's Color: color = #33cc66
    Ketsueki's Color: color = #cc3300
    Briar's Color: color = #009999
    Amalie
    Amalie

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    Lineage : God's Beloved Daughter
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    Mentor : Johann Von Weiss
    Experience : 24,625

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    Post by Amalie on 8th February 2019, 2:53 pm


    Amalie was glad that the girl didn't decide to escalate the matter, the last thing Amalie really wanted to deal with right now was bickering with her guildmate about something so insignificant as her being a little harsh to the boatman. Frankly, she often found that people reacted a little too zealously to her sometimes, for a girl who didn't exhibit a great deal of emotions, her responses and reactions generally seemed to get under people's skin. Even from a young girl, people used to she noticed she was more often loathed rather loved. From those petty schoolgirls who detested her so much, to the wives and mistresses that slipped in and out of the Corvin household. Even her own family showed little care for her; she had never felt true affection, at least not until she met Wyatt. Perhaps that's why she fell so easily for his charms, his wild and eccentric nature and those handsome features. She had been mesmerised, which is why she never saw the hell that awaited her. How could she? It didn't come to light until sometimes after she had whispered those words. That sweet 'I do', that essential led to some of the toughest years of her life. She was frankly quite tired of all the aggressive behaviour, how easily people would overreact to her lack of care. Why should she care for anyone? When no one cared for her. She saw no need to exhibit such emotions, people were fickle and being distant was much easier. The fact that this girl had decided to accept Amalie's ignorance rather than throw a tantrum over it was welcome to the blue haired mage. Some peace for once, was a blissful change of pace, especially considering the nature of the situation they were in. Bickering while children's lives were at stake, didn't seem very beneficial to Amalie.

    Following her having left the boat and working on saving the children. Amalie strained against the weight of the work she was under. Never had she used her magic in such a way before, in fact, it was most likely the first time she had used her magic to help anyone. Her magic was always designed for the offensive, to use it actually to help people was a real first for her. It was strange, to actually want to help people, but still, these people or rather these children had succumbed to a disaster as a result of the neglect of adults. And Amalie's had just about had enough of children suffering due to the neglect of adults. Not today, today she would save these children, and change their alleged fate.

    Upon sensing the approach something menacing, Amalie had called out to the green-haired girl. Looking around, she spotted her in the water; it seemed she had dived into the water. A little risky, but Amalie could only assume that she had her reasons for doing it. Amalie's eyes fell on the plant-based mats that some of the stranded were now clinging to. They hadn't been there before. Amalie quicked figured that this had to be the girls doing. Good. She was being useful after all. Amalie knew she had to work quickly, with all her might she pushed the air bubbles to move towards the boats faster. Each bubble popping as a child or adult was safely landed on a lifeboat. The boatman quickly set to work, getting some of them on board the main ship.

    Amalie heard the green-haired girls shout, and whipped around. Eyes widening as her gaze fell on the incoming snake-like beast. "On it." She barked back, lowering herself down towards the water. Appreciating the girls warning, Amalie rolled her shoulders slightly. Now, this was where her skills came into play, rescuing people was something she was familiar with — but killing things, not that she was really good at. Her magic crept up through her throat, pouring out of her as she called her command. "Empowerment." Her body pulsated with magical energy, and it's strength increased. She parted her lips and followed it with a second command, "Torpedo." The air around her would shift slightly, above her right shoulder a torpedo of light manifested. She locked onto the first small Leviathian spawn. She nodded, and the torpedo shot out. Shooting into the water, it flew after the first snake. The snakes reeled at its approach, attempting to dart out of the way. Only for the torpedo of light to turn in the water and follow it's path. This wasn't some aimless spell; this spell was designed to make chase, to follow a target until it was eliminated. The light bolted through the inside of the snake, before turning and struck it against. The second blow was enough to take it out. The light did not fade. Instead, it moved through the water, moving at over sixty metres per second, the snakes had no chance at avoiding its attack. Amalie watched, keeping an eye on the location of each snake as the torpedo hunted them down one by one. She saw a snake darting towards some stragglers; she flew over. "Shards." She roared, suddenly the air around her glimmered with broken shards of glass. Amalie waved her hands, and the shards moved into a snake-like formation of their own. Flying through the air, they made their way towards the snake. Diving into the water, the glass wrapped inside round the snakes. Piercing its body all over, and slowly dragging the snake down into the depths of the ocean. Amalie turned to the two stragglers, summoning a bubble for them, she lifted them up with a grunt, before moving them through the air onto the main boat.

    She turned to see how her torpedo was doing, pleased to see it had dealt with over half the small snakes already. She soared ahead of the snakes attempting to flee the torpedo and target the children. She stopped in front of them, waving her palm through the air, summoning more of her shards, she set them out. They darted into the water, at her command slicing away at the snakes. Amalie heard a crashing in the water further away, glancing up. She noticed several more snakes, some larger than the ones she had just dealt with. She glanced over to the green haired girl and saw the snake wrapped around her, it was much bigger than the smaller ones, she was dealing with, and it was curled around the girls head. "Shit." She muttered, flying over, she summoned a shard of glass, and cut away at the already dying snake. Trying to at least expose the girls face so she could breathe. Amalie hacked away at the remains of the snake until its corpse fell away. She grabbed the girl by the arm, "Hold on." She said before attempting to lift her out of the water and onto one of those plant-mats she had made. "Steady yourself, worse is coming." She said, looking out across the ocean and more bigger and more menacing snakes made their way towards them.

    WC: 1183
    Amalie's Total: 2688
    Overall WC: 5229 / 14000


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    Yona
    Yona

    Quality Badge Level 1- Quality Badge Level 2- Quality Badge Level 3- Character Application Approved!- Magic Application Approved!- Obtain A Lineage!- Summer Special Participant- 1 Year Anniversary- Player 
    Lineage : Seductor's Touch
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    Mentor : Johann
    Experience : 41,318.75

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    Post by Yona on 10th February 2019, 1:04 pm

    It felt like her arms were breaking, crushing under the immense power of the snake coiled around her body. Ketsueki stretched out, her hands forming into claws, still digging into the snake. "No, not yet," Yona thought, desperate to keep the demon from making an appearance. "You'll die. I give you ten seconds more," He argued in his deep voice. The green haired mage relaxed her hands, knowing the enormous thirty-foot serpent was deceased. It floated for a moment and then began to sink, still coiled around her, the muscles of the snake's entire body devoted even in death to bring her down with it. She turned her head and coughed as the water rose up between the coils and her, loosening the grip ever so slightly. The water rose further as they began to sink and she felt it between her ears and jawline. Yona kicked and squirmed trying to pull the corpse off of her body. Just as her mouth slipped below the water level, Yona heard a strange slicing sound.

    She lifted her green eyes upward and splinter of light broke through the dead snake's coils. Then another, and another, until her head was free and one of her arms began to break free. The mage she was working with, Amalie, had returned to her at the exact ripe moment she was needed. Though Yona was positive she could have handled it, she was grateful to not have to waste time or magic doing so. The blue-haired woman's grip was tighter than she expected it to be, given her lithe figure, and her hands jerked up on her arm as the dead snake came loose. Yona was lifted clean out of the water and carried to a matted squishy green surface. The children were no longer upon it, and Yona was relieved to know Amalie had handled them as well. Yona knelt on the mat and rubbed at her right arm, feeling sharp pains in her elbow. It was possible something was pulled or fractured, but she hadn't really the time to deal with it. "Thanks, Amalie. Worse?" Yona began to say lifting her head. Wasn't the ten other snakes and the massive snake enough? Or how about the still-roiling whirlpools? What else?

    Amalie wouldn't need to answer, the direction of her gaze was enough to get Yona's attention. She saw so many writhing snake bodies, it looked like thousands of serpents heading their way. And as they got closer, slipping beneath the water and raising back up, Yona counted the backs glinting in the sun. There weren't thousands, there were six. Six snakes and more than half of them were the sizes of the one she had just taken out with her blight. And it looked like a couple of them were much bigger, maybe even double in size. "I see maybe six," Yona grimaced, speaking out loud just in case Amalie hadn't counted them yet.

    She scratched her head and got to her feet. The two largest appeared to have broken off from the others now, changing direction to head towards the boats. It seemed the creatures had some sort of intelligence to them. Black and white flowers sprouted upon small vines that wrapped from Yona's wrists to shoulders around her arms. She didn't have to do more than think it and her magic obliged. The flowers would apply a boost to spell effects, and if she could just get some of them close enough or out of the water, she could simply put them to sleep. She could just command them to fight each other. She had so many talents that would be useful, but the damn water was just in the way. She bit her lip, at least to her fortune many of them were close enough to the surface that she was sure she could affect them in some way. Yona didn't want them getting close range again unless it was necessary, seeing their size and how utterly disadvantaged she was as a mage when it came to this terrain. "You're going to think me very foolish," Yona said slowly to Amalie, "But I have to get close enough to affect them. I promise, I am nearly unstoppable on land, but these creatures... this place... its sort of my biggest weakness, if I am being honest." She looked up at the woman, "Save me if you think I need it, but I think your focus ought to be on the battle. You're much better equipped than I am here."

    Yona sighed and opened her mouth, attempting to apologize or explain what she would see if the demon revealed himself and how terrible that would make things back in Tolgalen when everyone found out. There was really no helping it. Either she did all she could and Ketsueki showed up to help, resulting in Amalie no doubt informing Ruvel and Johann back home about the demon inside of her, or she tried with half of her effort and they lost lives. She hoped Ketsueki wouldn't be needed, and she had just one more trick to try. She closed her mouth and gave a nod, taking a step on the green mat and vanishing. Yona walked through the plant, simply appearing farther away on another mat, and then again. She was well within the range of the snakes now: four swirling black and purple faces that were all fins and teeth. She got down on one knee, as an insane person might do, and started flapping her hands in the water and shouting, trying to get the attention of the four thirty-foot monsters. The creatures obliged, slowing their speeds to meet her and lift their heads out of the water. Two of them ducked back beneath disappearing entirely but the two who rose up and gave toothy smiles to the mage were the two Yona was able to target. Yona plucked a petal from the air, sparkling and pink in the sunlight. She blew against it in the direction of the snakes. It looked ridiculous and pathetic: it was the difference between a man with a mask and a machete facing off against a schoolgirl with bouncing blonde curls and a bouquet of wildflowers in hand. The fangs were enormous, bigger than she was, and yet the mage was blowing a petal at them.

    The flower glowed green briefly, and Yona got to her feet, bravely facing off the serpents. She slid her hand against the mat as she stood upon it, drawing out a pair of katanas, thin, slightly curved and formed entirely from solid plant-based material. most would assume such weapons would be of no use, but Yona knew better. The snakes before her had inhaled the poison of the flower, she was sure of it. "You're not sure, you're just hoping," Ketsueki murmured, railing against her confidence from within. Yona scoffed and swallowed hard, preparing for an intense fight, hoping that the two snakes in front of her would feel the effects soon: heart damage and pain, palpitations, such things would leave any ordinary beast with a heart doubled over. The snakes hadn't attacked yet, pausing, and then rearing their heads back and giving out high pitched shrieks of pain. The massive bodies quaked in the water, the waves tilting and sliding the mat around beneath the mage's feet. She smirked then, "Hoping, huh?" She said aloud to Ketsueki. Finally, the young woman dove into the fight, a swirl of blades and blood staining the sea.


    WC: 2541+1280= 3821

    Monsters:
    Weak: 10/10 15' snakes dead
    Normal: 1/5 30' snakes dead
    Strong: 0/2 60' snakes dead
    Boss: 0/1 100 ft snake dead


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    Post by Amalie on 11th February 2019, 3:49 pm


    She wasn't really sure what had gotten into her today, maybe it was just the fact she had already helped the kids and the adults along with them. She had never, in her entire life, felt the urge to help another person. Mainly because no one had ever helped her. Surviving to this point had always been something she had to do on her own. Meaning that she never reached out for help and in return, she never aided anyone either. Because, the moment you helped someone, and put your faith in them. They took it for granted, the only people she had ever done anything for other than herself was Wyatt and her Mother. Both of them had done exactly that, taking it for granted. Occasionally she would do tasks for Wyatt or his brother that required aiding others, but not because she chose to. But because she was told. Which generally meant refusal wasn't an option. Helping others wasn't exactly common ground for Amalie. So that made this particular moment was extremely rare, the fact she had seen someone who needed help and acted upon it. Admittedly, it did tick her off that this girl had gotten into this state in the first place. Wasn't she supposed to be strong? She had sensed that about her just standing next to her earlier, so what was the deal. How had she been caught up under a snake so easily and trapped to the point of nearly drowning? Something wasn't adding up, either this girl was holding back or Amalie's senses were off. Still, she did have some justification for helping her, this task was bigger than she was capable of dealing with on her own. Even she wasn't arrogant enough to assume she could save all these people by herself as well as fend off a horde of giant sea serpents. No, she needed an extra set of hands on this one. Not to mention, this wasn't just another mage, but someone from the West Fiore Trading Company. The very company, she had worked so hard to become a part of. She was pretty sure if she let this girl die on the job, it probably wouldn't go down very well with her superiors.

    Fortunately, the girl was light enough that it wasn't too hard to lift her out of the water, at least not with the aid of her flight magic. The girl knelt down on the plant-mat she had created. Amalie watched as she thanked her, her icy-blue eyes falling to her elbow. She was injured? Great. That just made this even more complicated. Amalie hadn't quite learned how to heal others yet, so this time the girl would just have to deal with it. Amalie could hack away a giant snake, and lift her out of the water, but she couldn't perform feats she hadn't mastered yet. She made a mental note to work on her healing spell and see if she could transfer it to another being. However, that wasn't something she had time to practice right now. Following her remark, she had turned her gaze to the ocean and was scanning the water. She could see dark shadows making their way towards them, some bigger than others. The green haired girl would speak, confirming the total that Amalie had seen. That was good, at least they were on the same page. However, she would have to keep in mind, that there might be more lurking deeper underwater. For now, she could only assume this was it. Still, some of those were exceptionally large, and wouldn't be so easy to take down.

    Amalie was hovering next to the girl when she climbed to her feet, Amalie looked around. There were still a few people getting out of the water, so using her 'Discipline' spell was out of the question. It was a shame, electric was an ideal weapon to use against such creatures. But exposing those electrical currents to the water created the risk of electrocuting the very people they were rescuing, as well as her partner too. Her fire-based spells were out of the question unless she could somehow get the creatures to emerge from the water long enough for her to hit them, her 'Burn' spell was basically redundant, and there wasn't any point attempting 'Firestorm'. It was a waste of magical power. Which was increasingly frustrating, not being able to use her most powerful spell. Alas, she would have to eliminate those three as combat options and work with the rest. She still had Torpedo, which being light-based was able to move around underwater without issue. Her shards of course, which never failed to provide aid.

    The girl spoke again, drawing her gaze back to her. She would listen as she explained her fighting capabilities, and how she excelled on land. Amalie nodded, understanding, that explained why this woman had fallen so easily earlier. The plant-mats, of course, she had some kinda of connection to the earth. Amalie eyed the flowers protruding from her hands, she was clearly working on some kind of spell. Amalie bit the inside of her cheek, this could've been good to know earlier, but still, they hadn't exactly gotten to know each other before this mission. They're hadn't been time, plus Amalie wasn't exactly good at ...communicating with people. A flaw in this situation. But one she would just have to work with. "Fine, I'll remain focused on the battle from here on out. However," She turned away from the girl, "I would prefer it if you didn't die on the job." She said, before flying off towards the oncoming monsters. She created a fair amount of space between them, watching as the snakes moved, four of them seemed to have focused on the green haired girl. The bigger ones were still farther out, but they were clearly trying to get to the boats. They were going to be a problem, and ideally, Amalie needed to make sure they didn't get too close to the boat. Amalie took a breath, raising her palm, she released another torpedo. The beam of light shot into the water. She coaxed it towards one of the bigger creatures. Flying after it, as she attempted to get closer to the beast.

    This one was over sixty feet long, it's a body was thick too, with spikes protruding from it's back that had to be just under two metres long. Impaling yourself on one of those certainly wouldn't be a pretty sight. Amalie wasn't sure why, but she had a hunch this was female. She had read a little bit about monsters and remembered some brief information about sea serpents. It wasn't that clear, it had been back during her school years when she used to lounge in the library by herself. She hadn't been one for kicking it in the playground, if she hadn't been attempting to pick-pocket someone, she was spending time by herself, reading. Mainly because the library at her school was free, so it was something she could enjoy without fear of it adding to the cost of their livelihood.

    She watched as the torpedo slammed into its side, a little way past its neck. The creature reeled from the attack, the beam of light turned away moving around to make its next strike. For the moment, it had done what she needed it to. The creature's head seemed locked on Amalie, it had noticed her and was now making its way towards her. "Come on mama." Amalie said under her breath, the closer she got, the more intimidating the beast was. To think this wasn't even the biggest out of the bunch. But still, it was somewhat thrilling to face off with such a creature.

    She snapped her fingers, the shards would reappear. Spreading around her, more... She thought, and the number of them doubled, and they doubled again. Until she was surrounded by hundreds of pieces of broken glass. She raised her hand, this was enough for the moment, she needed to test how strong this thing really was. She raised her right arm and flicked her palm outwards, the shards flew forward, towards the water. It was a good thing she could sense every piece of glass, else she wouldn't have a clue where they were. Disappearing into the water, made them pretty much impossible to see. She directed them to the beast before her, they ripped into her. Slicing away, the pieces would carve away at the snake, attempting to bury themselves apart. The sea serpent thrashed, her skin was much tougher than the one Amalie had carved up earlier. It would take much more to bring her down, more waves of glass began to form around Amalie. Ready for another attack.

    However, there was a screech that rang through the air, Amalie's gaze darted towards it, the other giant snake, the same size as this was was nearing the boat. "Fuck." Amalie snapped out loud, turning she soared towards the boat, when did that one get to so close. She could have sworn it was much farther back when she last looked. Unless it used the time Amalie had taken to attack its fellow snake to get close to the bottom. "It's going to try and capsize the boat!" She shouted at the green haired girl. As she flew as fast she could in their direction. She felt her momentum dropping as her spell began to lose its effect. "Flight." She commanded, she grew lighter once more, narrowly avoided sinking into the water as she continued on after the giant snake.

    WC: 1608
    Amalie's Total: 4296
    Overall WC: 8117 / 14000


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    Post by Yona on 16th February 2019, 6:03 pm

    The green haired mage, tossed her hair, the green strands floating up and around her head until she could see. She pushed off the thin layer of plants beneath her feet, causing a small hole of water to appear where she kicked off. Her sudden burst forward was surprising to the two serpents in front of her. Most of their prey ran away, not forward. It helped her case further that they were still mid-heart-attack from her poison. They were slower to respond and it gave her exactly the time that she needed to mince them with her blade. She slashed up high, cutting through the softer underbelly of the scaled serpent, and then flipped the blade back around to do the same strike but backward on the other snake. Their blood flung through the air and splattered into the water.

    Some fancy footwork was needed as one of the snakes lunged forward with its teeth, aiming like a cobra to bite her. If it had landed, it could have bitten her in half! As she backspun to avoid him, she turned and whirled back, stabbing her green blade into the top of the snake's head. It took effort as the first stab barely went in a few inches. She stepped onto the snake's back as it lifted back up into the sky. Yona drew out her blade and stabbed again, aiming carefully for the same spot and smiling as it slipped for a most satisfactory feeling, gliding through the reptile's skull and into its brain. It died instantly and fell backward. Yona had to wrap her arms around its huge body to fling herself back to the mat she had jumped from. She barely landed when the massive splash caused a wave of water to splash over her. Yona coughed some water and wiped a hand over her face to see the second snake gliding down to bite her.

    She hadn't the time or the advantageous position. Yona's eyes flashed with the blue fire of the demon inside her again when she realized in that half second that the strike was going to land. "You're really going to die out here!" Ketsueki shouted in her mind, clearly in a panic, desperate for permission to be free. Yona made herself as thin as possible, as tall as possible. "N-No, not yet," She thought back to him, again. This time, she was less sure of her words. As the mouth of the second snake came down around her, she had no choice but to jump forward, into the mouth before its jaws snapped close around her. If she missed, she would be bifurcated.

    "Damn it," She cursed and screamed. Yona stretched out her blade ahead, sliding it along the roof of the snake's mouth as it attempted to swallow her. The snake's mouth filled with its blood, dampening the surfaces, making Yona gag. Finally, her green blade had stopped sliding, hitting vertebrae in the snake's neck. It was dark, wet, and had a sickening acrid aroma to it. Some of the fangs cut into her arms as she slid over its tongue, covering her in streaks of her blood mixed with seawater. She lifted her other hand in a flicking motion and from the outside of the snake's body, the plant mat, her spell took hold. Three sharp bamboo shoots sprang forward and upward into the head of the snake, like three spears from below. With the amount of damage all of her strikes had done, she would be surprised if the sea snake was still alive, but being inside of the creature made it hard to tell.

    Yona pulled herself up from the cliff that was the throat of the monster and made a jump for one of the bamboo shoots she could see inside. Yona left her weapon behind and used the bamboo shoots inside like an array of bars, meant to be grabbed and used to free herself. At the front of the snake's mouth, a small opening of light appeared and she crawled out of the snake, gooey and drenched, onto the mat.

    In her head she replayed Amalie's last comment, "I prefer if you don't die on the job." and she thought to herself, "Yeah, me too." The plant mage gasped, catching her breath, washing her hands in the sea and cleaning off her face. She panted, looking around and trying to get an idea for her surroundings. There were still 3 more snakes to deal with, not counting the two snakes who were surely the size of or bigger than their ship. Her magic was draining quickly and it wasn't as effective as it normally was. When she went head to head with Johann, or when she went to Shadow island even, she was incredible. Her skill had her keeping up with Johann and not much needing his help. At least not until she was cornered by four or five dark mages. Here, she felt as useless as a poopy flavored lollipop. Well, maybe not that useless, but close. Her thoughts were dismal as she tried to form more plans.

    Yona could see Amalie in the distance, thousands of shards of glass glinting in the sun. She sparkled and if the plant mage had the time, then she might have been truly mesmerized by how beautiful it looked. The shards sliced into the largest serpent Yona had ever seen, one larger than Yona had even imagined. She had to find a way to help. There were three serpents, she thought, and two more by Amalie. Yona placed her hand in the water, and focused, using the phytoplankton and plant mats to sense the location of the monsters beneath the surface. She sensed the three medium sized snakes going towards the boats with rescued people and children upon them, assuming no doubt that she was dead. As her bamboo spell ended, the second serpent she had killed slid into the water behind her and disturbed her sensing. She didn't need magic to sense anything more, however, Amalie calling out to her and informing her that the other titan snake was going for the main ship. That news allowed a horrified look to appear on her face and even Ketsueki was silent for once. As much as he enjoyed bloodshed, destroying their way back to Tolgalen was not something he found amusing. "I got it!" Yona bellowed above the waves.

    She had enough in her to do this, she thought, enough to give her more time to regain magic power. She waved her hand through the air once more and plucked out a pallid ten-petaled flower from the air in a green hazy glow. The little white jasmine flower barely existed before the woman crushed it between her right palm and fingers. Her arms dripped in red and she frowned, noting to herself that she would need to cast a stronger healing spell soon or risk passing out. The magical flower, once crushed, filled Yona with an intense burst of magical energy. Her magical power almost restored, the plant mage swiftly worked to cast her next spell. The guild mage spread her fingers wide. She knew there were many seeds and microgametes floating in the water, naked to the eye, same as they were in the air. Then, the green haired female directed them to the vast serpent heading for the ship.

    Yona implanted the small seedlings into the skin and scales, and grit her teeth as she put her hands into the water. Her blood dripped into the water as she focused her energies across the water. The spell encouraged the plants to grow and develop at insane speeds, shrouding the snake suddenly in plant-life. Thick leafy plants and vines, kelp by her own identification, covered the monster and grew continuously until they reached the ground. It took a few seconds of thrashing before the monster was abruptly jerked to a stop. Anchored by many layers of kelp to the seafloor far below, the sea snake was no longer able to move ahead. Yona's hands twitched, a bead of salt water dripping from her hair into her eyes, but the woman didn't dare to move and wipe it away. The coffin of kelp would hold for a little while, even as the creature inside thrashed and jerked. Kelp had the strongest hold of any marine plant that Yona had researched. It could withstand hurricanes that obliterated coastlines, it could remain attached even in the beat of the strongest tide, and in the face of a rip-current, the kelp plants would be unbroken.

    As for the one remaining titan-snake and the three others, Yona had no solution. She had to keep her focus and attention elsewhere. She was out of breath now, soaked in snake saliva and brine, and as exhausted as she had ever been from any of the tests the guild had thrown her way. Yona prayed that Amalie could handle the situation for a minute because she needed some time to recuperate if she was going to keep going.


    WC: 3821+1538= 5359

    Monsters:
    Weak: 10/10 15' snakes dead
    Normal: 3/5 30' snakes dead
    Strong: 0/2 60' snakes dead
    Boss: 0/1 100 ft snake dead


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    Post by Amalie on 26th February 2019, 3:23 pm


    How could I be so foolish?

    Amalie thought this as she chased after the snake that was rushing towards the ship. Bitterly scalding herself, she should've paid more attention to all of the snakes, not just the one she had taken on. She had been so focused on taking one of them down, that she hadn't noticed what was going on around her. They were big beasts and handling them all at once seemed too grand a feat. But had she focused more on holding them all back then maybe they wouldn't be at such a risk of failing the mission. If the snakes successfully managed to capsize the boat, that would be it for all of them. There would be no one they could save all of these people; people might drown, some would get eaten. Even if more help were on the way, it wouldn't be enough; they would arrive too late. They couldn't rule out the possibility of more monsters nearby that might possibly join the fray, even without any additional beasts. The behemoth snakes that they had yet to deal with were dangerous enough as it was. There was just too much at risk, losing the boat meant that Amalie had failed, and she wasn't ready to deal with that.

    As she called out to the Green-haired girl, it seemed she had gotten the message from her reaction. Amalie continued towards her, watching as she seemed to activate her magic once more. Amalie wasn't close enough to see it clearly but watched as she made her way towards the giant snake. Whatever she had planned, Amalie just had to trust that it would effectively stop the beast; in the meantime, the smaller ones were closing in. Amalie had to focus on stopping them from getting the Green-haired girl and getting in her way. She couldn't allow it; in this circumstance, she needed to eradicate the smaller snakes. To protect her guildmate and buy the girl more time.  Amalie quickly scanned the water, where were they? She turned her head back and forth, trying to locate the smaller snakes. She spotted the swift erratic movement, There!.

    Shards erupted into the air around her, firing towards the snakes speedily. They pummelled into the water, striking the snakes flesh, the water around the snake pooled with red. Amalie felt each shard as it connected with their flesh; she made sure that the shards were embedding themselves in deep enough so that she could track the snakes. At least now she would be able to feel their movements in case they tried to get away. She spread her palm open and fired off another torpedo of light; it drove into the water after the snakes. It went after the closest first, slamming into its side. The light bounced off its body and rounded off to the next one. It wasn't enough; she needed more. She blasted off another wave of glass at the snakes. They could do it; they just needed to keep slicing away, dealing that damage. Even  if these snakes were bigger than the average, even they couldn't survive being hacked to pieces. She looked up at where the Green-haired girl was, seeing the way she had trapped the giant serpent in a cocoon of vines and plant-based material. Amalie smirked, now that was more like it. Trapping a giant beast like this, was much more representative of the power she had sensed from this girl. She could only fathom what she might be capable of on actual land. "Nicely done." She yelled, Amalie wasn't normally one for handing out praise, but even she hadn't to acknowledge the impressive feat. This was good, the smaller of the remaining snakes would be pretty much dead in a matter of minutes, so the next course of actually was handling the other Leviathian female, before taking down the big boss.

    Amalie began to turn in the air, "Right now to find-" Her words were cut short as her eyes fell on the sight behind her. Too fast for her to move out of the way as the second female Leviathian burst out of the water behind her, it's humongous jaws stretched open before her. She watched as the mouth closed down on her; there was no time. She couldn't escape it; it was going to swallow her whole. She did the only thing she could think of; her magic crawled up through her. "Harden." Within that moment her skin would begin to transform. The mouth slammed shut over her newly hardened body, trapping her inside its giant jaws. She fell against its slimy tongue; the beast threw it's head back, trying to swallow her down. Amalie's body slid towards the back of the throat of the serpent. She had to stop herself from being swallowed; shards began to appear around her. Shooting past her as she slid further down, the shards formed a wall of glass, burying into the tongue of the serpent. Amalie body slammed into the wall roughly; it wasn't exactly a clean method of breaking her fall if her skin hadn't taken on the physical qualities of a diamond that her own shards would've torn up her body. She took a moment to think; this was beyond a shitty situation. For a moment they had almost been granted the upper hand, but now this thing was near ready enough to swallow her. Not only that but it was pitch black. If she hadn't been able to stay calm and react instinctively, she would've already been dead by now. Fortunately, her cognitive link to her shards told her how much space she had to work with, in this case, the creature's ridiculous size was actually working in her favour. Its mouth was huge even on the inside if it had been significantly smaller Amalie would've likely been caught under those teeth, a horrible end if there ever was one.

    It was ok; she wasn't dead yet. She just had to think smart and get out of the mouth of the monster. And she could think of only one way to do that. She gripped onto the glass wall tightly, adding more glass to it, the tongue was thrashing around brashly, she was barely managing to stay where she was. The glass buried inside her was clearly causing the beasts pain; it was attempting to dislodge whatever it was causing the pain. She felt the creature's movement change, pulling her forward slightly, she held onto the ridges in the wall to stop herself from falling to the front of its mouth. She didn't want to get too close to those teeth, at least not yet anyway, she felt water splash against her shards hovering closer to the front of the beast's mouth. This wasn't good; the creature must have dived back underwater, which meant even if Amalie's risk of being eaten had been dealt with, she could still end up drowning in the creature's mouth. She summoned an air bubble around her head in preparation; she needed to get out of the mouth of this creature. The air bubble was only a short-term fix; If she dove too low the pressure under the water could burst the bubble, and she would drown regardless. There was one thing, something she remembered from earlier when she was on the boat. If she could use her fire to turn herself into a projectile, she might be able to smash her way out. But there was something else; she needed to cause enough trouble for the beast so that it wouldn't be able to catch up with her as she tried to make her way to the surface. Distract it with enough pain so that it would buy her a few seconds to get away. She didn't have a lot of time. If too much water got into the mouth, her fire wouldn't work. There was no more time; it was now or never.

    She summoned her magic back through her throat; this was a real risk. If she didn't launch this right, she could end up killing herself. It was crazy, but she didn't really have a choice. "DISCIPLINE!" Her hands began to crackle with electricity, Amalie let the shard wall disperse just as the electric whips formed in her hands. She launched them with all her might into the creature's throat, the moment the whips were no longer in her grip. She summoned a fierce burst of fire from the palm, allowing it to explode outward forcefully, the sudden blast threw her backwards. She braced herself for the impact. Fortunately, her hardened skin would help, but this was still going to hurt. Seconds later her body crashed against the closed teeth of the beast. Smashing into one of the incisors, it crumbled under the force of her accelerating slam. It gave way, allowing for Amalie to break out. Moving out of its mouth into the water, thrust herself out of the way of the creature maw. It thrashed in the water; she could only imagine that it was reacting to the electric waves that were writhing around itself of it. She turned towards the surface, looking up. She manipulated the bubble around her, spreading it from her head and widening it, so it covered her entire body. Once she was completely enclosed, she manipulated it to carry her to the surface as quickly as the spell would move. She heard a roar beneath her, the Leviathian was coming after her, and she was pissed.

    Amalie burst out of the water, lifting herself back into the air. She dispersed the air bubble, hovering there panting. A momentarily look of shock on her face, she did it, she actually did it. To the Green haired girl, she would look different from before, all of her physical features were still somewhat similar, yet everything from her skin, eyes and hair would have a clear appearance, sparkling like a diamond statue of herself. She scowled angrily, she had escaped being eaten but barely. Even so, it hadn't exactly been a pleasant experience; her body hurt all over and then there was a matter of her dignity. Her demeanour shifted, her usually cold, calm nature completely gone, her body began to shake with anger. She was reaching the end of her patience, she blank face contorted into a cold fury. "I've had just about enough of these fucking snakes." She yelled ferociously. She looked down at the oncoming Leviathian, and it seemed more determined than any to kill her. Its body was probably seriously damaged internally due to the electric whips it has swallowed, but still, it had enough energy to still come after her. "Come on bitch, I'll turn you in sushi!" She screamed, shards appearing around her once more, with a furious cry she directed them into the waters, aiming for the monster's eyes. "It's about time you died already."

    WC: 1,825
    Amalie's Total: 6,121
    Overall WC: 11,480 / 14,000


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    Post by Yona on 9th March 2019, 9:31 am

    Yona heard the sounds of snakes writhing in the water nearby to her floating plant mat. The water splashed and she felt the magical power of the torpedo of light soar past her hands in the water and she felt happy knowing Amalie had her back while she handled the monstrosity heading for the trade ship. Men on board the ship were gathering their own weapons and shooting arrows and hurling spears from the balcony above the water. They hadn't done much to stop the snake heading for them so it was lucky that Yona's plan and spell worked. The two snakes were killed and Yona pulled her hands from the water, noting that her spell was complete. She fell back on her rear, sitting there feeling drained and exhausted. It was a nice reminder to her that when she returned to land, she needed to work on her skills in fighting in a variety of terrains.

    Yona lifted her green eyes in time to see Amalie's body above the water, just before an enormous snake gulped her down whole. Yona jumped to her feet so quickly that she slipped back down onto her knees. Her mind raced as she tried to come up with something that could save her. None of her spells would be able to do it, none of them! Not without potentially harming her guildmate inside of the snake's body. The plant mage got back to her feet again and Ketsueki growled in her head, "Is it time now? Or are you going to just let her die alone out there?" He was plucking at her heartstrings on purpose, but Yona knew that the situation would be much worse with only her fighting the battle. The demon was just being logical. Amalie's kind praise still sounded off in her head and Yona clenched her fists. The first mage she had met and gotten along with from the start was inside of that beast. Her own safety and protection seemed to matter less. "Yeah, it's time," Yona said, conceding to the demon, "We can share this body and the power. I swear if you kill anyone you're not supposed to..." Ketsueki waved Yona's concerns off and took hold of the reins as soon as she had given her word. This was going to be good.

    Her green eyes lost their sclera, becoming full black pupils as her teeth became sharpened daggers inside of her mouth. Huge branch-like protrusions burst from her collarbones as her skin transformed into what looked like layers of ebon colored bark. Her fingers became outstretched claws and spikes jutted out from her forearms and calves. Her short green hair grew longer and whiter, until it looked like the matted pale hair of a banshee. It wasn't a full transformation, but it was enough for Ketsueki to hoot out in ecstasy for everyone to hear, "Freedom!" And with that cry, the demon sprang off the plant mat and dove into the water. He was much faster than Yona had been, sliding through the water like he was part fish. A trail of bubbles appeared behind him as he went. As he caught up to the snake which had devoured Amalie, something strange was happening. There was a thrum in the water, something only particularly sensitive demons might pick up on, but it was not enough to deter Ketsueki. He put on a burst of speed and got to the snake, lifting his right arm to slash it to ribbons.

    When Amalie burst through the closed teeth of the aquatic reptile, the sound even underwater was immense. Ketsueki winced inwardly, not having time to slow down. "Into the air! Go!" Yona shouted from her own head, realizing what was going on. The demon broke the surface of the water just in time to see the electric shock ravaging the snake in the water. He headed gingerly towards the boat, keeping a cautious distance from the diamond statue mage, shouting at her in his gruff voice. "Think you could avoid killing me next time I think about saving you, witch?" He shook his head, water spraying from his large body into the water. Part vampire, part tree demon made for a peculiar-looking demon, but there was no way that Amalie might mistake him for some sort of natural aquatic monster. Ketsueki waved a clawed hand at Amalie, much to Yona's chagrin, "You take care of that then, Sparkles, I'll get the other one."

    Without any visual way to tell why he was capable of flight, the demon seemed to float like smoke on the breeze until he paused above the other monstrous snake. Just below him and Yona was the trapped behemoth in the water. Soon, Yona thought, he would tear through the plants and make himself free to terrorize the trade ship. She didn't have to say anything to get the demon to understand the risk of that. He flexed and then speared into the water, turning his body into a harpoon-like weapon, claws out first. He shot through the plants and dug his claws into the trapped snake's body. The water filled with blood as his teeth came in next. He tore the snake's flesh using Yona's modified fanged mouth. The snake didn't have a chance to break free as shreds of its body, skin, scales, spikes, and bone floated up to the surface. The ocean was stained red with an oily sheen from the fats of that were stripped from the monster's body. It seemed like having so much blood around only made Ketsueki hungrier, made him more powerful. He rent the snake in seconds. Underwater, the demon flayed the titan serpent until it had long stopped moving and still, the skin was being torn asunder. Yona didn't know how he could see through her eyes when all she saw was crimson around them. What felt like hours had taken less than a minute and Ketsueki emerged from the wreckage of the water, floating up into the sky to see those on the boat utterly horrified by the gruesome event. "I'm doubting if this was a good idea," Yona murmured inside while the face of the tree demon had split into an impossibly wide and toothy grin.

    WC: 5359+1066= 6425

    Monsters:
    Weak: 10/10 15' snakes dead
    Normal: 5/5 30' snakes dead
    Strong: 1/2 60' snakes dead
    Boss: 0/1 100 ft snake dead


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    Briar's Color: color = #009999
    Amalie
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    Post by Amalie on 15th March 2019, 12:24 pm


    Amalie focused her energy on moving the shards in the direction she sorts before she had been aiming for general areas of the beast body. But this time, the sharps were moving specifically towards the creature's head. The shards darted past its snout, before splitting into two groups, each group targetting the beast eyes. The shards delved directly into the soft tissue that, hacking away until its eyeballs were torn beyond repair, ultimately blinding the female snake. She let out a piercing screech in the water, her body flailing around erratically. Now unable to see who and what she was attacking. Amalie fired more shards, commanding them to move in a more streamlined manner; the layers of shards glass almost appeared like a snake itself. A chain of broken glass, curling above her before shooting down directly into the water. The glass chain began to wrap itself around the body of the giant snake; it's sharp jagged edges cutting away at it, squeezing tighter and tighter. There was nothing to the creature could do, without the ability to pull out or knock away the glass. The spell would just keep digging and digging, burying its way deeper into the beast. The satisfaction that Amalie felt from the contact of the shards burying their way into the creature's flesh would calm her slightly. As angry as that situation had made her, she remembered why she couldn't lose her cool. The woman needed to stay calm and focused, so she could maintain control and ensure her decision were not made rashly. She had to remember she wasn't just fighting these creatures, but she was ensuring the safe return of the children and adults they intended to save.

    Amalie floated in the air above the ongoings beneath her; she had been too busy concentrating on the task at hand to pay much attention to what had happened to her guildmate. It was only when she heard the voice that was speaking to her, and looked up at her guildmate for the first time since escaping the creatures mouth, did she notice the transformation that the girl had undergone. The green-haired girl was gone and in her place was someone...or rather something else. This being had long matted pale hair, their eyes had turned black and their teeth replaced with rows of sharp fangs. Her body now had spikes protruding from it, including wooden branches from her shoulders. Her demeanour was different somehow, Amalie felt herself grow cautious. When this new being spoke, it sounded different from the girl had, its voice was gruff, perhaps somewhat masculine. Was Amalie dealing with a different entity entirely? Or was this some layer of the girls magic she hadn't shown yet?

    The words spoken by the creature would cause Amalie's eyes to narrow slightly. The witch remark didn't actually phase her; it wasn't like the insult meant anything of substance to her. As being a female mage anyway, it wasn't exactly an offensive nickname, but just another means for reference. Even if the term was being used in a disrespectful manner. However, she did not appreciate the association of blame that they were attempting to put on her. Was she supposed to be grateful that they tried to help? Or feel bad that this attempt had put them at risk? No, that didn't quite add up to her. Not in Amalie's mind. She was not at fault for the decision of others, nor would she take the blame for the risks induced by them. She had simply done what she needed to survive. She wasn't a damsel in distress that would lie inside the creature's mouth hoping to be saved by someone else. Amalie learned a long time ago that the most efficient way to escape a 'shitty' situation, was to save yourself. "Avoid killing you? You're alive are you not. Besides at no point did I ask for your assistance, nor could I rely on the possibility that you would offer it. I had to assure my own survival, as should you. Placing yourself at risk for the sake of another is no one's fault but your own." She replied bluntly, before looking back to the beast below to see how her shards were faring. Ignoring the 'sparkles' remark that came from this new being she appeared to be working with. She had no time to be bothered by such pitiful attempts at getting under her skin; there were still monsters to kill after all.

    "Globe." She said casting the spell once again, the air bubble formed in her palm, shooting in the water and expanding as it made its way towards the snake. It grew wider and wider until it enveloped the giant serpent entirely. Separating the creature from the water, and trapping the creature inside. She had to work fast, the creature's movements were contained for now, but the more in thrashed, the weaker the bubble would get. Concentrating, she would manipulate the oxygen inside of the bubble, restructuring it into a poisonous miasma. The air in the bubble would turn a putrid green; the serpent thrashed wildly as the poison as it infiltrated its body. Breathing nothing but poisonous fumes, it's would grow sluggish, weakened as the poison entered its bloodstream. Quickly making it's way to its vital organs, they would begin to fail one by one. Until finally it's stilled, the life leaving its body. Amalie waited a moment, making sure she was certain the creature was dead. Before bursting the bubble in the water, the creature's body slowly rose to the surface. It's corpse floating there lifeless, there was no doubt; she had actually managed to kill the creature.

    This little success, compiled with the green-haired, now tree-like-beast that her guildmate was having successfully killed the other female serpent that had been trapped in the vines — which meant that there was only one target left. The biggest snake, Amalie turned in the air, eying the behemoth which had been holding back until this moment. The creature slowly brought it's head up out of the water, revealing to them it's a massive body, which had to be over a hundred foot in length. It swished its tail back and forth behind it; each movement would create great currents. Amalie eyed the ship; it was still to close to be entirely safe. But at the very least she was in between them as long as she and her guildmate were able to stop the beast before it got to the ship. Then that would be enough. "I don't know what your deal is right now, but you're still the person I was assigned to do this mission with. So I'll just say this, if we have any hopes of surviving, we'll have to take this thing out together." She explained. "I have a spell in mind, my strongest at current but it'll be useless if this creature dives underwater. I have a plan on immobilising it, which I do just before I try the spell it's a little rough around the edges but it won't hit you, I'll make sure of that. At that point hit it with whatever you've believe will be effective. No matter what happens however, we cannot let it get close to that ship." She stated finally. Without further comment, she shot forward, aiming her body to the base of where the body of the giant monster was emerging from the water. She reached out, skimming the water with her hand, she began to circle the creature while casting her next spell. "Frost." The air around her began to grow cold; snow would fall suddenly, escalating into a blizzard. The frost would spread across the water around the beast, covering a circumference of one hundred and fifty metres around the creature. It's moving became significantly slowly. As the water grew colder and began to freeze, the ice that formed would trap the base of the creature's body in place. It would likely still be able to break out of it should it work hard enough. But it would still slow it's movements regardless, and buy her enough time to use her next spell. She rose upwards, soaring along the body of the beast. She cast her Shard command once more, before unleashing another wave of glass along the creature's body and manoeuvring around the creature as quickly as she could to avoid its body smashing into her. She could only presume that if a body this large smashed into her, it would likely knock her out of the sky completely. She needed to be swift, to keep an eye on the way it was thrashing its body to make sure she could avoid it. She stopped a little way short of its neck, before soaring backwards to get a better look. As she suspecting, her shards had done minimal damage. Its body was just too great in mass; it was time for that.

    She hadn't practised using this spell much, and while the times she had, she had done so in vast open uninhabited lands. Areas built for practising such dangerous magic without putting others at risk. On top of which she was able to let the spells release with little control, knowing it didn't matter where they landed as long as it wasn't on her. This time it was different, not only would she have to avoid the ships, but she would also have to avoid hitting her guildmate. But this seemed like the only option she really had, and now that the beast had over half the length of its body out of the water, it was the ideal time too. She stretched her palms; each hand would once again crackle with electricity. Spreading out and forming into whips, the whips split further into five electric ropes in each palm. It was then she launched herself forward, pulling the whips back, she thrashed them forward. The ropes flung themselves around the beast, crackling with electricity, they tied themselves. The length of the whips began to extend, growing longer and longer, curling around the creature, holding it in place. Amalie took a breath, closing her eyes she called out her next spell.

    "Firestorm."

    The air above them would rumble thunderously, there was nothing for a moment, and then from the clouds, they emerge. Great balls of fire flew down from the sky. Amalie grit her teeth, steering them towards the creature as much as she could. Making sure that they would dodge her guildmate wherever they were, and stay far away from the boats. One by one the balls of fire slammed into the body of the beast. All the while Amalie gripped onto the whips as much as she could, the electric currents were stopping the creature from escaping. But they would only last so long. She could only hope that her guildmate could step in, and finish the job.

    WC: 1826
    Amalie's Total: 8047
    Overall WC: 14,472 / 14,000


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    Post by Yona on 30th March 2019, 11:29 am

    Yona Hisamori couldn't agree more with Amalie when it came to working together to slay the final monster in the water. Ketsueki, on the other hand, appeared angry at best at the comment from the woman with elemental capabilities. He didn't doubt the mage's strength or capability, merely that he had been trapped inside Yona's had for so long that if Amalie thought she could end the fight this soon, the demon would have to find other ways to entertain himself. With a snarl and curling in his upper lip, Ketsueki crossed his bloodied arms and claws over his, or rather Yona's chest. For all intents and purposes, Yona looked mostly like herself, but a monstrous demonic tree version. Without a doubt, it was a strange sight, but Ketsueki made it clear that he didn't like Amalie's plan, to Yona's personal but quieted chagrin. "Obviously, don't let it hit the ship. But it's been a long long while since I've gotten to play a bit, so it would behoove you to save some for me."

    Ketsueki watched through Yona's body as the ship rocked and swayed in the currents of the water. He watched as the water began to freeze and halt the motion of the great sea-beast and the way she used whips of electricity to prevent it from moving. Much like waving a raw steak in front of a starving lion, Ketsueki felt his blood pumping and paced about, standing on the railing of the ship without fear of falling in. As crew members continued working behind the guild mage possessed by a demon, they started to prioritize. Sure, the demon standing on the edge of the ship soaked in blood was frightening, but so was the enormous snake in the distance fighting the mage as fire rained down from the sky. To handle all that and deal with the basic medical needs of the rescued survivors, the crew had chosen to pay little mind to Ketsueki anymore. As the fireballs slowed, Ketsueki could see the burnt, scarred flesh of the snake crack. The scales began to slide against each other as the snake thought better of its pursuits and attempted to flee by sinking into the water. The moment when such a legendary sized monster fled in fear, that was too good to pass up. That look of fear in the widened serpent eyes was one of Ketsueki's favorite sights in the world.

    He flung himself off the ship, falling for only a moment before black branch-like protrusions revealed themselves from Yona's back. They grew until blackened leafy-material appeared between them, creating mystical demonic wings. Ketsueki coasted, reveling in the flight just inches above the water, like a majestic albatross. Once Ketsueki was within 50 meters, he struck out his hands. His claws elongated and shot out across the distance like ebony spears until they sank into the monster's flesh. Ketsueki was tugged forward, the snake dropping down still like an anchor in these waters. And then an abrupt roundness to the edges of the claws suggested something sinister and vile was happening. Ketsueki's claws were functioning like straws, drinking the blood from the snake with a rapidity that was terrifying to watch. The snake was instantly weakened and decreasing in size. It wouldn't take more than a minute before the thin husk of the snake was released and finished slipping beneath the surface of the icy waters. Ketsueki's form was much larger now, the muscles of Yona's body pumped out to nearly a maximum and the skin radiating with a glow of demonic power.

    Ketsueki turned towards Amalie, eager to continue, his bloodlust and his renewed power reminding him just what it had meant to be the most feared demon of his time. He was reminded of the lore, the terror in the streets, and he longed for the fear again. Fear was much the same as love, and both could lead to worship. Ketsueki would have everything he desired and Yona's body would be just that, a body. He would return to the guild Yona loved so much, he would render it a blood bath, and from there he would start his reign of Tolgalen. "I didn't say helping would come without a price," Ketsueki growled, his voice like an oil slick. He withdrew his claws back into his body and aimed his left hand at Amalie. "For what it's worth, I think you did pretty good out here. I'll be sure to let everyone know when I go back to the guild." Yona would not lose so easily.

    She fought against him now with intense effort, seeing that her doubt and her fear of his role in helping in the job was right on track, Yona had been ready for him to try something like this. Her mind tore back control long enough for the face of the monster to change, her own voice slipping out between the fanged teeth, "Sorry, I'm sorry. I-I've got this. You should go. Just go. Take the ship and leave without me." Yona's face shifted again, glitching between the demon and her own face. Once the ship was far out of range, Ketsueki would need to expend all of his newfound energy getting him and Yona to safety. She couldn't imagine her secret being outed in any worse possible way, but in this sense, the immediate danger would end, so long as Amalie got the boat out of range and Yona kept up fighting the demon inside of her head. And of course, Yona would.


    WC: 6425+958= 7383

    Monsters:
    Weak: 10/10 15' snakes dead
    Normal: 5/5 30' snakes dead
    Strong: 2/2 60' snakes dead
    Boss: 1/1 100 ft snake dead


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    A matter of urgency ~ [ Yona] G7SvMDP

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    Yona's Color: color = #33cc66
    Ketsueki's Color: color = #cc3300
    Briar's Color: color = #009999

      Current date/time is 19th April 2019, 4:18 am