Sitting alone in her own passenger compartment as the train click-clacked along the track, smoke chugging up in to the air, anyone could see the sandy blonde haired girl reading her book, running her fingers over the pages. Nothing out of the ordinary of someone with a fondness for books, except for the fact that her book that brought her to the train and to Fiore was blank. Empty. Nada. Nothing in the pages. Not a sign of anything.
She sighed, and snapped the covers shut before she stood up and waved the book overhead with both hands, shouting and stammering at it a bunch of nonsense. Okay, the girl may have had a problem! She was berating her book! Demanding it show her something, trying to command it to do something. "Dammit grandpa! Come out and show me more info about your journey in Fiore!" She whined a little before throwing the book at the wall.
Instead of hitting the wall, it stopped in the air and hovered, before turning to Fibi Hoenheim, opening its covers up while accusingly pointing the bookmark at her, "Oh please, you act like I'm an open book!" There was a bit of a pause there, before the book shut and turned through the air, and went right back in to Fibi's hands.
"Speak nothing of this." Said the book to the giggling girl who was now getting to read the words within the book, ink saturating the pages, journal entries, an exploration long, a few different drawings in the book with people and notes about them in it. Fibi was so fascinated by her family heirloom. It was a peculiar book enough as is, when it wasn't the residence for her great-great-grandpa's spirit that refused to pass on just yet.
This book she inherited from her father, who inherited it from his mother, who inherited it fro-You get the idea. It had been in the Hoenheim family for centuries, and it was still intact. For a family of art, script, and writing mages, the Hoenheim Memoir was like a primer on the magic that they all studied and developed. And now, it was Fibi's turn, to discover secrets left in the book by some of her most ancient ancestors, and mature on her own. Develop her own unique magic, and return home to give the book back when it was time to.
She was just so excited to finally see the world and be out of her stuffy home. Just as she was thinking this, the conductor called out to all the passengers on the train, "Next stop, Magnolia Town! Last stop! Get ready to hop off the train!" Fibi looked at the book, turning the pages to read some more passages from Ferris, the book's spirit's name, her great-great-granpda.
"Did you really get swallowed by a leviathan while trying to cross the ocean?"
"Of course! You wouldn't believe the size of those things out there. Must have been as big as a small island on its own. And that's all that was above the water! But, it's more like, an umbrella term to describe all of the beasts out there on the ocean. They come in all sorts of shapes, and one size, leviathan."
"I wanna see them one day."
"You're one weird girl when you want to be, you know that? Are we really related by blood?" He asked while showing the pictures of himself and her in the next page, side by side. It looked like the same person, just drawn as different genders. Ferris said she was either his reincarnation body, but his spirit wasn't ready to move on, so they jumped the gun, or that she was a long lost twin, displaced by about a hundred and twenty years.
Back on track of the railway, and on track with the story, the train came to a pitter patter stop, with a loud FSSSSSH of steam bellowing out from the breaks as the train came to a full stop, and the girl could collect her bag, enchanted just a little bit so she could store more in the luggage than the luggage had actual space. A messenger bag to hang over her side, she opened it up, wanting the book inside. "I am not some tiny puppy to be put inside of a purse!"
Fibi rolled her eyes, grabbed the spine of the book, and shoved it in to the bag, clipping it shut while the bag started to move around, with the book wanting freedom!
Stepping off of the train she pulled her black jacket's hood up over her head, the white moons adorning either side of it. She took in a deep breath, and headed off of the train, and in to the town of Magnolia, heading straight for the Fairy Tail guild hall, to see what the process of joining the guild was.
Would someone greet her on her way there? Would she be greeted at the entrance of the guild? Or would she make it all of the way in to the guild hall before being greeted by someone?
Last edited by TOGAtogaTOGA on 21st December 2018, 12:54 am; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Added a detail that broke the lore, fixed it though!)