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    Charlotte Alderidge
    Charlotte Alderidge

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    An impractical grand entrance Empty An impractical grand entrance

    Post by Charlotte Alderidge on 7th June 2019, 7:47 pm

    Mt. Hakobe. Well, the only way to describe such a cold and desolate landscape such as it was if hell had frozen over. Charlotte found that walking up the mountain wasn't going to work, not that she had tried. She took one look and decided that it was someone else's job and so she hired the finest carriage money could buy! Though the driver was hesitant at first, Charlotte gave him an offer he couldn't refuse. The threat also didn't hurt. So with her luggage which consisted of about ten large suitcases stuffed with all of her personal belongings she boarded her ride. It was a little... cramped to say the least but she made do. The man driving the carriage was rather large, overly so, Charlotte was worried that his weight might affect the journey but she had learned who to be rude too by now and not to bite the hand that feeds you.

    It was about thirty minutes into the ride when the road became bumpier and then there was no road at all. Just feet on feet of snow. Charlotte barely managed to get the door open with all of her bags on board, making especially sure that none of them fell out before closing it again. "You IDIOT. I told you the route, you have a map, what did you do?" She snapped, the man groaned, sitting atop the horse. "Ma'am calm down please, this carriage isn't exactly all-terrain." Charlotte couldn't believe it, the nerve? Telling her to calm down. This is why you don't talk to the help! She threw down her fists and stomped her way back into the carriage.

    In a few moments, the driver got everything settled and it started up again. This time it took a bit longer and the road, which they magically managed to find again, was a lot bumpier. Peering out the window it only took a second for Charlotte to realize what was going on, they were going to ride right off the edge of the mountain and plummet to their death. Die!? She was too young and petty to die she couldn't let that happen! Luckily for the horse, the reigns broke loose and it ran away, kicking the man off but the carriage kept going, Charlotte only barely managed to tumble out and land in the snow. Just in the nick of time. When she got off she, of course, brushed herself off, white had never been a good color on her and if the snow melted it would get her dress wet! Then she peeked over the cliff just enough to see the carriage- or what was left of it- toppling down the mountainside, her dresses once neatly packed into nice bags flying into the wind. Charlotte almost cried! She could have had an emotional breakdown right there, but she needed to keep it together, she couldn't let her guildmates see her like this.

    That was when she heard the man, hanging on for dear life. Most people would have immediately rushed to help him but Charlotte wasn't most people, she took her time. "Well well, I think you are in quite the compromising position." The girl said with a light giggle as she prepared to step on his fingers and send him packing. It was his foolishness that got her in this mess. "NO PLEASE! I BEG YOU! I'LL DO ANYTHING! GOD I HAVE A WIFE AND KIDS I CAN-" That foot lowered just a bit and smashed against his face, it didn't have enough force to do anything, just shut him up."Anything? Well if you say so. I think I'll have you carry me to our destination. There's no way I am walking." Charlotte now had her signature wicked smile and the man, afraid to speak and say the wrong thing, simply nodded.

    After helping him up she got into his arms and he marched through the snow. She was complaining the entire way as he was following the map to the base of Errings Rising. After a slight delay and a few more hiccups, he finally found his way, now knocking on the intimidating castle door before passing out. Now Charlotte was standing just beside his body, waiting for someone to answer. Her arms were crossed and her foot tapping. She had no patience.

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    Saraphina
    Saraphina

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    Post by Saraphina on 17th June 2019, 7:37 pm

    Hello Queen,
    The white haired queen smirks to herself as she is storming through her castle. She had just dealt with a village of heathens with her favorite jester. This village had decided that they wanted to expand and spread law. But they were bad. They weren’t allowed to do this… not with her around. She decided to take action and crush them like the weak little bugs they were. Though, they were actually a tick stronger than she intended. The soldiers from the village had given her a good hard time before she stole their wealth and burnt it to the ground. This was now in the past though. Nothing to even worry about. Just another ant in her path to removing the laws. She fixed the crown on her head and giggles a little to herself in the mirror. “I hope there’s no more traitors within my walls… there seems to be one or two making their way in here…” She frowns as she turns around. The black haired woman behind the queen takes a deep breath as she bows just a little. She had spent some time with her queen already. She was used to her antics and mannerisms by now. “No, your highness. So far we haven’t been having any trouble. If there are any within the walls, they’re being quiet for now.” She reports to her queen.

    “Thank you, Nadaline. That's what I want to hear! Let's go take a walk. Bertrand should be home soon~.” The young queen giggles as she grabs hold of her servants wrist and drags her right out of the room. She was wearing a stretchy white empire dress that went down to her feet. The collar exposed the top of her chest, and gave the world a clear view of the queen’s mark of her guild she had right on her sternum. She adored her little mark so much that she made sure that nothing blocked it at nearly any given moment. She was dragging her servant girl right down any given hallway she wished. She had her castle nearly dressed up as nicely as she wished it to be. Walls decorated in some treasures, shiny things taking center on some tables lining the wall. As she was passing by the main hall for a side hall, she heard the knocking on her doors. The guards one of her members had brought forth had answered the door, demanding to know who was there at the castle. Saraphina caught a glimpse of a body laying outside, and the girl standing besides the body. A grin forms on her face as she felt she needed to get in there and see what fully was going on.

    “Move aside~!” She sings aloud enough that the guard looked over his shoulder to see Saraphina there. As soon as he saw her, he quickly bows his head and moves out of her way while opening the door wider. The queen makes her way forward, servant holding her hands in front of her as she followed the woman dressed in white. “What brings you to my lovely castle?” She smirks, glancing towards the man laying next to her guest outside the door. “My… that man seems like he had a tough time… and is an eyesore.” She looks to the guard, and waved to him. “Take that eyesore away! Unless he’s with you, dear?” She pauses as she glanced to the girl, raising an eyebrow slightly. Nadaline was staying quiet as she watched the guard start to go for the man laying down, but stopped in case the girl outside the door was to say that the man was with her or not. They were originally supposed to find her brother, but it seemed they were going to be delayed for now, her queen found something interesting for the time being.
    Saraphina R. Zima
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