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    It's All Fun and Games

    Trinity
    Trinity

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    First Magic: Physio Manipulation
    Second Magic: Mania
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    Post by Trinity on 22nd June 2019, 2:46 pm

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    Trinity
    I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity.
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    “Absolutely not,” Aeron said, crossing her arms angrily over her chest.

    She was standing outside a game stall at a summer carnival in Cedar with Thana, who was desperately trying to get her to play. The only reason she was even here in the first place was because the raven haired woman had dragged her there. Thana absolutely adored large crowds and the chaos that came from them. For a sociopath, she was quite sociable. Aeron on the other hand was not. She detested being around people, resorting to it only when absolutely necessary or when she was forced to. It was an unfortunate reality of her life that she could never get away from Thana.

    This was because, unbeknownst to Aeron, Thana was little more than a figment of her imagination, a hallucination that only she could see and hear. Both women were fragments of the shattered mind of Trinity, who had no idea that either of them existed. The nature of Trinity’s magic was such that whenever a different personality took over as the leading consciousness, her physical body transformed to reflect that change. In essence, this meant that someone could know all three aspects of Trinity’s being and never realize that they were talking to the same woman.

    Aeron herself appeared as a woman in her early twenties with extremely short brown hair and bright cerulean eyes. She flicked her gaze up to a man that had been staring at her too long. “Can I help you, jackass?” the woman snapped at him, completely unaware of the fact that to everyone around her she had basically been talking to herself since she showed up. He scurried off in a hurry, eager to get away from the crazy lady.

    “You’re always so rude,” Thana chastised her, though the amusement on her face betrayed just how much the other woman enjoyed when Aeron was being a bitch. “No wonder you don’t have any friends. Anyway, why don’t you want to play? Weren’t you just complaining like ten minutes ago about how hot it was outside and how hungry you were? This game solves both of your problems at once!”

    “Yeah, in exchange for making me a laughing stock in front of hundreds of people. I’ve had my fill of that life, thank you very much. You go play it if you’re so excited about it.” Aeron shoved her hands in her pockets with an aggravated huff and started walking off.

    Thana rolled her eyes and followed. “Seriously, you need to learn how to have fun.”

    “And you need to learn how to sod off.” They walked only a few more paces when something suddenly rushed right past her ear, something so hot it briefly felt like she was burning. Aeron reflexively jumped to the side, holding her hand up to her head and frantically patting some of the smoldering hair on her scalp to keep it from fully catching fire. “What the hell was that?!”

    Following where Thana was pointing, she saw a small group of four, tiny humanoids with wings. There were wrapped in bright red-orange flames and zipping quickly through the patrons of the carnival, causing dozens of people to jump the same way she had. Thana was giggling, of course. She always took delight in the discomfort of others. Aeron just growled her annoyance, already done with today. That was when the pixies came shooting back around toward them in their obvious quest to harry and harass people.

    Seeking revenge, Aeron reached around into a booth that carried a few baseball bats for a ball hitting game. As the pixies came racing back in their direction, she lined up her shot and swung the bat as hard as she could, hitting one of the pixies so hard that it crashed through the walls of five different booths, lighting them on fire. As people began shrieking and scrambling to get away from the quickly growing flames and Thana dropped to the ground in a fit of wheezing laughter, Aeron’s eyes went wide in shock and horror.

    “...Oops.”

    Please forgive me if I don’t talk much at times. It’s loud enough in my head.
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    Aspen
    Aspen

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    Post by Aspen on 24th June 2019, 11:36 am


    The fair-haired girl sighed subtly, making her way through the bustling crowd around her, although at an admittedly slower pace than she would’ve liked. Maneuvering the guild on the top of one of the Phoenix Mountains was too much for Aspen at certain times, but this? This was on a definitively different level, and not exactly for the better. The girl preferred tasteful silence, not the hustle and bustle of a big city, which, of course, brought up the question, why was she even here? A good question, certainly, one that the Metal Dragon Slayer herself couldn’t quite answer in its entirety. Had she been seeking some time away from the confines of the Silver Wolf guild hall in search for entertainment? Certainly, days atop the mountain could get boring sometimes, with only books and your own personal research to keep you company. Or was it perhaps the weather that had driven her to Cedar on this arguably beautiful summer day? It was almost too hot for the native of Pergrande, where summers were short and winters long and harsh, and the former Paladin had yet to get used to the temperatures of Fiore. She had only been here for a few months, after all. Perhaps, though, it was simply her interest in the magical properties that this celebration would hold. The fact that she had been in Fiore for a bit of time now had given her some familiarity with and insight into the workings of magic, but still, a massive amount of information remained unexplored to her, and for all her normal stoicism and nonchalance, the Silver Wolf mage was excited about the prospects and potentials that Fiore held regarding magic and its use. Perhaps she was just bored?

    Most likely, however, it was a combination of all of these things, and if the girl was honest with herself, maybe she was simply interested in and intrigued by the festivities that were held across all of Fiore. In Pergrande, festivities like this one had been outlawed by the Monarchy and Nobles that controlled the land with an iron fist, so, while she had the chance now … why not take it?

    Well, the massive crowd of people for one. If she had known that this "Cedar" would be filled to the brim with loud people wherever one looked she would've reconsidered making her way down the Phoenix Mountains, but now that she was here ... might as well make the best of it. Which raised the second question she had ... where did one start to begin exploring the local culture? Well, maybe she could try with one of these booths that sold cuisine the Holder Mage hadn't ever heard of before, let alone tried. Perhaps she would start with-

    CRASH

    The stand she had been heading towards suddenly caught fire, only a few seconds later erupting into raging flames. The Slayer couldn't help but blink, a confused "Huh?" escaping her. Of course, this circumstance was not just noticed by her, but also every other festivalgoer around as well, a panicked mass of people beginning to try to force their way away from the now burning mess. Aspen's first instinct was to extinguish the flames, the girl with platinum colored hair taking the Iron Key off her neck before waving it through the air in a seemingly disinterested manner. At once, above all the burning stalls, a plethora of water buckets would materialize from nothing, emptying their contents and dousing the flames before falling to the ground with loud, metallic clangs. "Can never catch a break, can I?", Aspen murmured to herself, though not without hearing the soft, sinister giggle to her side, tired eyes turning towards the source only to lay eyes on a small floating being that appeared almost like a fairy, though was alight with cinder and embers, cackling to itself as it turned away. It really didn't take a genius to put two and two together. With another sigh, the girl materialized another item, a handgun of silver color, before stretching out her arm, following the creature as it zipped through the air. Then, a second later, the muzzle flashed with an explosion, a shriek ringing out before a small explosion of flame consumed the now dead sprite's body. "Well ... that was certainly interesting".

    Still, it seemed like there was more to do. Aspen noticed another presence, whipping around and pointing the gun at what she soon realized was another person, a woman, it seemed, lowering the weapon with a surprised "Oh". She hadn't expected a festivalgoer that had remained in the now ruined aisle of stalls and stands but was somewhat pleasantly surprised nonetheless. Perhaps she would be able to offer answers. Aspen, with leisurely steps, made her way over, her monotonous voice addressing the other with her signature accent. "Did not expect someone to be here still". It certainly wasn't the most eloquent of introductions. "Have you seen small little fire creatures? Maybe this big?". She would gesticulate along with the question, attempting to recreate the scale of these ... things with her hands. "Were they the ones who set everything on fire?".



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    Trinity
    Trinity

    1 Year Anniversary- Player 
    Lineage : Avatar of Ataxia
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    Experience : 14,356

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    First Magic: Physio Manipulation
    Second Magic: Mania
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    Post by Trinity on 26th June 2019, 8:35 am

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    Well, this had quickly turned into a miniature disaster. Aeron could only stand in shock and awe as people streamed out of the area, trying to get away from the fire. Thana was beside herself. “This isn’t funny!” she told her non-existent companion, practically growling at her under her breath. Before she could chastise the sociopath anymore, however, something else caught her attention.

    Water buckets had appeared out of nowhere over the stalls, tipping over and dousing the flames to extinguish them completely. “Aww…” Thana pouted, disappointed that someone had put out the chaos. She started looking around to try and find whoever had just done that. “Who’s the spoil sport?”

    It wasn’t difficult to find out. Everyone else had left the area except for Aeron and another woman with light hair and a firearm. Before she could get the chance to say anything, this other lady sensed her presence and whipped around to face her, pointing the barrel of her gun right at Aeron. Instinctively, Aeron lifted up the bat and positioned herself ready to swing at this aggressive person, but after a brief second it seemed the woman realized Aeron wasn’t the threat here. In fact, she seemed surprised that anyone else was even still there.

    When asked if she had seen the sprites, Aeron slowly lowered the bat and turned it so the woman could see the scorch mark on the pale wood where it had come into contact with something on fire. “Definitely saw them,” she said. “As for the fire, that uh… that may have been my fault. Little pricks were flying around like maniacs and trying to set people’s hair on fire. When one of them came at me…” Her voice trailed off and she shrugged a little.

    Thana had approached the new woman while she talked with Aeron, walking a circle around her to admire her. “Mmm, you know I was going to be upset with you for ruining all my fun, but I think I’d much rather watch you for a while instead…” she purred.

    Aeron groaned in annoyance. “Thana, for once in your life, please try not to be an embarrassment.” More than anything else in her life, she wished that she could find a way to ditch this trouble seeking psychopath once and for all. Unfortunately, she seemed to be stuck with her. To Aspin, who probably though Aeron was just talking to herself at this point, she said, “Ignore her, she’s insane.”

    Boy, the irony.

    “Anyway, I think the pixie things hoofed it. They tore off in that direction, somewhere.”

    Please forgive me if I don’t talk much at times. It’s loud enough in my head.
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    Aspen
    Aspen

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    Post by Aspen on 29th June 2019, 9:29 am


    The woman was quick to answer the girl's cascade of questions, admitting that she seemed to be the one who had caused the fire. Aspen's tired eyes would acknowledge the statement with a simple, nonchalant "Huh. I see" as she listened. That wasn't the strangest thing, though. She seemed to be talking to someone, well, she was talking to Aspen, of course, but also someone else, even though the Silver Wolf mage could say with some certainty that the two seemed to be the only ones around at current. Everyone else had hurried away and assumed a safe distance from the flames. This Thana ... was she really there? To be sure, the girl took a quick glance around, though failing to spot anyone, shrugging mentally before categorizing this as another oddity in this world of magic, something he seemed to be doing a lot lately. Of course, Thana's imaginary words wouldn't prompt a reaction from the Metal Dragon Slayer. Still, she couldn't help but wonder if the woman was talking about herself. Was she the one who was seeing things? Who was Aspen to tell? If she wanted to see things, she could see things all she wants, all day long. Though, the woman would at least be of help, pointing her in a direction, Aspen acknowledging that with a monotonous "Thanks", turning around to leave, but throwing a look back over her shoulder. "Are you gonna come, too?".

    The Silver Wolf mage didn't think much of it. If the woman was involved, why wouldn't she have a personal interest in taking apart these little fire sprites, especially after they had been revealed to be malicious pranksters? While they were here, they might as well exterminate them all. Made sense, right? Seemed like the point of the festival, though, had already taken an all-too-familiar turn for the mage, the focus shifting from fun to work. Well, at least for Aspen, there was no difference between the two. There was something that bugged her though. If the woman would indeed follow her, Aspen would, without looking at her, address her once more, simply speaking out her name "Aspen", before following up with "And you are?". She'd rather not refer to someone as "stranger" if it could be avoided.

    With seemingly disinterested steps, the girl would turn a corner, stopping immediately upon seeing the culprits, two snickering sprites spinning around a what seemed like a flickering portal of fire, a person flanking the dimensional gate on each side. "Aha!", one of them exclaimed quickly, with a burst of embers and cinder, an extremely tall, fur-covered creature emerging from the gate, along with two smaller humanoid creatures. A considerable amount of magic power emanated from them, including those two beside the portal that now closed slowly. "Finally, the Summer Solstice shall rule, we-", Aspen stopped paying attention to them, turning to the woman, who'd hopefully followed her. Otherwise, she'd have to take them out all by herself. "Can you fight?". Judging by the metal bat she had held the answer to that would be yes anyway. Wordlessly, the girl would turn back to the assortment of opponents before them.

    "I'll cover you", her words were cold as she grabbed another copy of her Iron Key, the handgun in her hands transforming into a larger PDW. There was no time for hesitation, every second that would give them an advantage was valuable, a fact Aspen had learned when she had still been a Soldier for Pergrande, and so she would immediately open fire, explosion after explosions causing the muzzle of the weapon to erupt with bursting noise. The girl would, the bolt dropping again and again as it fired. In no time, Aspen had emptied the mag, one of the mages and the rest of the fae-creatures dropping to the ground. With unchanged, bored expression the girl pulled out the empty magazine, which fell to the stone ground with metallic "clonk", inserting a new one that materialized within her grasp. She pulled back the charging handle, the device snapping back into place as she let go, indicating the weapon was ready to fire once more, and so, the Silver Wolf Mage took aim once again.



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    Trinity
    Trinity

    1 Year Anniversary- Player 
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    Experience : 14,356

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    First Magic: Physio Manipulation
    Second Magic: Mania
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    Post by Trinity on 1st July 2019, 5:42 pm

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    Aeron wasn’t altogether aware that Thana wasn’t visible to others. The reactions from most people were to simply try to ignore the obvious insanity and pretend like it wasn’t happening. The woman thanked her and then started to walk off, and Aeron thought that was going to be the end of it until she turned and asked if they were coming.

    “You bet your fine ass we are,” Thana purred as she walked after the woman. Aeron sighed in resignation. Once Thana got something like this in her head, there was no talking her out of it, so she walked after them.

    The woman introduced herself as Aspen. “Aeron,” she told her when asked. “That’s Thana.” Aeron wasn’t really much of a people person, not trusting most individuals that she ran into. All she wanted to do was try to find a way out of this situation -- surely this woman could handle a couple pixies on her own? Unfortunately, she wouldn’t get the chance to try and formulate a plan. They turned around a corner to witness several more larger creatures passing through an interdimensional portal of some kind. One of them was a massive goat man that was nearly three times her short height, and the others were all humanoids that radiated with light and fire.

    Aeron was staring at the goat man, Aspen’s voice shaking her from her temporary shock. “Yeah. But I’m gonna need more than a bat,” she said idly, tossing the charred object aside. Aspen lifted her gun and advised she would provide cover, immediately starting to unload on some of the more normal sized creatures. Taking it on herself to go after the big one, Aeron tapped into her magic.

    In less than a second, her small body increased in size until she was nearly as big as the goat himself, her body towering over the emptied stalls from the festival. Gritting her teeth, she charged the beast and threw herself at it and began to rain her fists furiously on its body. The ground shook from their heavy, oversized footsteps. Swinging its own limbs, it recovered and retaliated quickly. Despite its size, it was wicked fast and Aeron soon found herself being pushed back on the defensive, taking blow after blow.

    When she saw an opening, she growled and threw herself out of the thing’s path, putting some distance between the two of them. As she ran, she took the opportunity to step on one of the humanoids that was glowing like it was made of light or something. Its body crunched under her feet, which was incredibly disturbing, but she didn’t have time to think about it. The goat beast had already turned around and was catching up to her quickly. She needed more speed.

    Quickly, she morphed her body again, taking on the full form of a dryder at her enlarged size. Her lower torso became that of a giant spider, the eight legs granting her a much needed boost in her gait. Her upper torso remained vaguely humanoid, but her skin had turned grey and her hair, now much longer than before, was jet black. When she had enough room to maneuver, Aeron stopped running and turned around to point the end of her belly at the beast. Thick webbing shot from her spinnerette, coating the creature and entangling it in sticky chaos. The creature roared furiously, but its limbs were almost completely pinned, leaving it vulnerable. While it struggled, she quickly checked to see how Aspen was faring.

    Please forgive me if I don’t talk much at times. It’s loud enough in my head.
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    Aspen
    Aspen

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    Post by Aspen on 3rd July 2019, 9:58 am


    Aeron, so that was her name, huh? Aspen wasn't quite sure what the woman meant by Thana, the other she seemed to be referring to nowhere in sight. Seemed like she really was seeing things. Well, still, even if Aeron was a little bit crazy, at least Aspen wouldn't have to get into battle without support. Even the most stoic Aspen couldn't help but watch in awe when Aeron suddenly grew in size before charging straight at what had been revealed to be an opponent. It was ... quite the sight to behold, really. With thundering impacts, she would land blow after blow on the large, monstrous creature, the thing not hesitating to retaliate in kind. Impressive. Now was not the time to admire, though, Aspen peering through the holographic sight of her submachinegun before taking aim again. With Aeron keeping the big guy busy, all that was left was two of the strange elementals that seemed to be made up entirely of light, one of the mages that had opened the portal and one of the small, mischevious fairy creatures.

    Now that Aspen had offered to cover her, it'd look bad if she didn't do just that, right? The mage, coating his arms in flame, raised them towards the now gigantic Aeron, seemingly preparing to fire a spell at her, Aspen intent on preventing it. There was still some distance between herself and those that had disturbed what was supposed to be a fun festival, Aspen taking a deep breath, steadying her aim. If anything, this was the girl's preferred combat distance, and while there were certainly stronger fighters out there, she was a rather decent marksman. Exhaling sharply, the moment to fire had come, a quick burst of three rounds piercing the mage's shoulder, who yelped out loud with a pained cry, his attention shifting from the giantess to the Silver Wolf mage. Aspen took another breath, with it coming another burst of projectiles, though this time, the man was prepared, hateful eyes staring at the girl as he raised a swath of flame with the wave of a hand, Aspen's salvo deflected by the magical barrier. She grit her teeth, firing once more, the man, again, deflecting the hail of lead with the wave of his hand. "Fine then", she muttered under her breath, the gun, with a grey glow, turning back into the simple, iron holder item. If the other wouldn't give her an opening, she had to make one.

    The plan she formulated would be costly in terms of magic power, perhaps even her own blood, but it would guarantee their success, it had to be done. Aspen took a deep breath once more, grasping the Iron Key with both hands."With humanity, sin has been brought to this world ...", a faint grey magic circle formed around the key, engulfing the Silver Wolf mage as she prepared to cast, "... Narcicissm. Profanity. Arrogance". The Iron Key would melt away, seemingly turning into a grey, expanding liquid that engulfed her hands, forming around them a set of gauntlets and a charcoal-black sword within her grasp, the blade crackling with blue electricity. As soon as the spells had been cast the girl dashed forward, covering the distance between them quickly and raising her sword to strike, the same wall of fire erupting before her. The heat this close was nigh unbearable, though it wouldn't last as Asen cast another spell, the monotonous voice ringing out once again. "Misery", with that word she vanished, reappearing right behind the fire mage, raising the blade again and digging it into his flesh, the sword piercing through his back and from his chest. With shocked expression, the man reached for the blade, blood bursting from his open mouth as Aspen pulled it back, the man turning, dying eyes staring at the Silver Wolf mage one last time before he collapsed onto the ground. Unfortunate, but he had picked the wrong opponent on this day.

    Still, there were two- a massive stomp shook the earth beside her, completely crushing one of the light creatures. Still, there was one light elemental and one of the fairies left, easy prey. Aspen spun around, immediately dashing towards the fairy that seemed to be caught off guard by the fight between Aeron and the large, horned creature, Aspen hesitating not one second as she leaped forward, slashing the electrified weapon through the creatures torso, the thing exploding in a burst of embers immediately after. That left just one. The girl landed on the ground, but the elemental had not been idle, appearing immediately before the girl with palm stretched out towards her, about to touch Aspen's arm. The girl wanted to dodge, she wanted to move, but there was no time, the swing had taken her momentum, the Soldier feeling the burning hot touch of the elemental around her right wrist just the blink of an eye later. The pain was overwhelming, the heat of the elemental's grasp instantly burning through her jacket and skin, leaving behind only black, charred flesh. Aspen bit her lip to suppress a cry of agony, dropping the blade she'd been holding, the weapon skidding off the cobblestone with a metallic ringing. "Gods-fucking-dammit", the cursing was one way to deal with the waves of pain that washed over her, the normally so expressionless face distorted in agony and burning anger. "Pride. Sloth", the pain subsided, the burned skin restoring itself to the perfect state it had been in before, though sadly enough, the jacket seemed irreparably damaged. Still, the rage she felt would stay, Aspen raising a hand covered by the gauntlet before slamming her open palm into the elemental's torso, the Requip instantly releasing all its stored up energy. Flashes of blue lightning arched through the air, bouncing off surfaces and illuminating the area with their bright glow, the hum of ever-present electricity accompanying the complete destruction of the light elemental that burst into flames before finally vanishing in a flash of light.

    The girl had expended a lot of magic power, breathing heavily as she took a step back, turning towards the only other two that were still here, realizing that Aeron, who had been very much human-like just moments ago, had somehow turned into a massive spider-woman-thing. Great, another one of those, Aspen thought. It wasn't like she'd never seen one, Silver Wolf harbored two of them, after all. She deduced that this was somehow connected to magic, as were most things in these parts of Earthland. Anyway, what was more important now was that the big guy had been immobilized by Aeron, now all that was left to do was neutralize this threat as well. "I suppose you don't mind if I go ahead and exterminate this creature?", Aspen asked, though didn't exactly stop either way. Who would get the kill, in the end, was of no importance. "Punishment", her last magical command would ring out, throwing the Iron Key into the air before exploded with grey, magical light. In a second, the air above the monster was filled with all manners of knives, daggers, swords, and blades that began to fall, one after one mercilessly slicing into the creature before finally stopping their cascade, leaving behind only a broken carcass.

    Still out of breath, Aspen sat onto the cold stone ground, her eyes staring up at Aeron, for the first time allowing a small smirk to warp her expression. "Well ... that was fun".



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