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    Post by Althea 24th June 2019, 12:18 pm

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    Althea stared up at the bleak sun hanging leisurely in the bleached blue sky, not a single wisp of cloud in sight.  It probably wasn’t good for her eyesight, but having to endure such heat probably wasn’t all that good either.  Below her, hundreds of other people were subjected to such torture, but they were simultaneously enjoying the Midsummer Festival.   Personally, she was just sitting on a roof while wearing a floppy sun hat several times bigger than her head and a white sundress.  On the surface, she looked quite delicate and washed out, but internally Althea felt as if she were in hell.

    In her humble opinion, whoever decided summertime was a good idea should go die in a hole.  Who in the world enjoyed an entire season dedicated to sunlight?  Althea had been a mountain hermit for the majority of her existence, so she hadn’t really needed to bother with paying attention to the weather.  Where she used to live, it was either frigid, snowing lightly, or snowing a lot.  And so whenever the horrible summertime rolled around in places like Magnolia, she just kind of wished for everything to just end.  Everything was hot, gross, and sticky, and Althea just wanted to go home.  But wait, the slayer didn’t have a house!  She just ate and slept on the way to jobs, and on the rare occasion she dropped by at Magnolia she just slept on a roof.  But of course, with the evil Sun being a ball of hot gas, the last thing she wanted was to be in its rays all day long.

    “Damn you heat!”  Althea yelled toward the obviously not scentiant sky, and obviously not getting an answer  back.  A few festival goers on the streets below shot the weirdo on the roof a strange look before hastening their walking.  But to be honest, the blonde was a lot like a crazy person.  The blonde was probably already a bit off her rocker normally, but the heat just made things worse.  Her already short attention span was almost non existent, and she had patience for nothing and no one.  It was possibly the worst possible day to have to talk to the water mage, but someone else had been paired with her to solve some “prolonged summer” problem.  People were still wandering around and somehow enjoying the summer solstice, but in a corner of the festival was these stands literally no one even looked at.  It was being run by these weirdos shouting about “never ending summer”, “postponing winter”, or something like that.  Even though she was very much within earshot, the teen refused to pay attention to them.  She’d just sort things out with her partner for the job and retreat somewhere colder.  Althea gritted her teeth impatiently as she waited under the shade of her floppy hat, eyes darting erratically around for someone who looked out of place, as many mages did.



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    Post by Guest 28th June 2019, 6:36 am

    The day didn't feel especially warm, even when the young girl reached Magnolia. This was no shock however, given that she grew up in a desert that had a blistering heat at day and a chilling ice cold at night. She was also connected to deserts more than any sort of element, despite being able to wield some in her magic. This neutrality was exactly why she wasn't affected in any positive or negative ways by the magic in the air. One could call her lucky, but it also meant she couldn't get the perks that went along with such things either. Anything would be nice that could help her feel more different than all the others with her same type of magic in her old home. This meant that she still wore the same thick red button up shirt that she did every day. Getting to the location reminded her of a sillier version of a marketplace, wild with noises, scents, foods, and people. Though unlike a market this place had games. It wasn't hard to see things with her senses in such an atmosphere, making it easier to find the location she was supposed to meet up with someone else. People may have been celebrating summer solstice here, but such a thing wasn't really celebrated where she came from. Then again she wasn't sure if her old home even had seasons. Did silver wolves guild location have seasons? She was pretty sure that it was always covered in snow so it was unlikely that it was all that affected by seasons.

    Well, she wasn't going to get in a celebratory mood just because other people were. Their moods was not discovered through the vision in which she lacked, but the sounds of their movements and vocalizations. People moved and sounded different when in a good mood. Her own mood was cheerful and eager, as that was sort of her default mood on most days anyway. The Talea didn't need an event to perk her up, work or studying usually did that enough for her anyway. Most of her life had been spent in an orphanage, so she had been trying her best to make money years before ever leaving that home. Back then it made her happier to try to help her 'family' and herself to be less hungry, but her older brother was a lot better at that than she was back then too. He had been at an age where he had been allowed to work jobs in that city, at best she was allowed to make silks to sell at that time. Maybe that was one of the reasons why she enjoyed working so much in the guild, because she used to be envious of others making it that way. She knew jewels couldn't get you everything though. If it could, then she would have saved up to buy permission to go to her old home. It was strange, her current home was nicer with more food, more books, and better at keeping warm at night. Despite those things, her old home had felt warm in a way that was hard to duplicate, even when her brother's nearby.

    That was the sort of heat that was worth celebrating to her, not a particularly warm and long day. Being blind, the sand spider didn't know how to look for fellow mages through sight. The child merely followed the closest presence of magic after getting close enough to the meet up location. Her eight legs quietly and quickly moved along until getting close enough to touch the magical point. Was it a person? A hand reached out, soon feeling the confirmation of skin. This probably meant it was a person, right? "Are you Athena from Fairy Tail? I'm Song Talea from Silver Wolf. I'm sorry if you aren't, I haven't felt her before so I don't know what to look for besides magic."

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    Post by Althea 3rd July 2019, 3:46 pm

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    In almost no time at all, Althea found someone who very much did not match the other festival goers.  She was dressed in this warm, stuffy looking thing, that made the water mage even hotter just by looking at her.  But that wasn’t even the worst part, their lower body was that of a spider, a sight so out of place that Althea would’ve easily given a spot to the spider person on her “most out of place” list.  Of all the people she had come across in her time as a mage, very few of them were inhuman.  Or at least, they weren’t showing any physical anomalies on the surface.  But she guessed that was just how the world worked sometimes, some people were willing to show their eccentricities while others weren’t.  How even would you go about concealing your spider-ness though?  You literally had a total of ten limbs, you couldn’t just tuck them under a trenchcoat.  Was there even a real reason to hide it?  Althea had run out of energy to even care about the topic to any greater of a degree.  If the spider person didn’t have problems walking around in a place like Magnolia, they probably didn’t have any issues anywhere else.  Unless of course until you factored in practicalities, but people were making special adjustments f\to things all the time for other species, right?  Either way, the blonde would ponder the subject more when she wasn’t hot, agitated, and in the middle of a job.

    Contrary to Althea’s expectation, the spider person didn’t actually approach her, instead heading towards those sketchy festival stands everyone was avoiding.  I guess it was understandable, the ribbon wearing mage hadn’t known what the spider person had looked like.  The spider person both gave off a magical aura and was, well, spider-y.  The slayer could hear the lady the spider person had made contact with’s surprised yet aggressive remarks even from her place on the roof.  It was probably something along the lines of “you dare touch me again, blah blah blah, I’ll burn you to a crisp”.  Althea was too agitated to bother listening to the whole thing, but now that the two’s task had basically already began she was good with keeping it rolling.  That was just one moment less spent in the atrocious heat and one more in the relaxing cold.  After all, the person the spider person had touched was actually an elemental of sorts, one of the perpetrators of this whole never ending summer fiasco.  The water mage slid off the roof, landing bluntly on the streets below.  Her partner for the job preemptively making contact with the problem was only beneficial, might as well skip formalities and get to fixing the gosh darn problem.

    “HEY YOU.”  Althea called, approaching the shady festival attendants.  “You’re the weirdos being weird about making a longer summer, right?”  She cast her gaze onto the ensemble, not waiting for an answer before speaking once more.  “The Magic Council wants you to stop being weird or whatever.”  Even under typical circumstances, the blonde was way better at communicated with her fists than with actual words.  Even a toddler could probably negotiate better than Althea or even swindle her out of something.  But due to her exceptionally bad mood, her already small amount of patience was nearly non-existent.



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    Post by Guest 5th July 2019, 10:07 am

    She hadn't grabbed Athena, but it was definitely someone with a magical presence. That person spoke of an endless summer very loudly. They were actually talking about a lot very loudly. This was one of the many issues of being blind, the issue of finding a person if you were in a crowd but more than one person had magic. Wait though, why did a game attendant have magic? Something like that would have been normal where she came from, but that's because all of her people had magic. It wasn't normal for those in fiore who had magic to just attend booths, right? But of course around that time a voice started demanding the games shut down. Song wasn't surprised when the person was laughed at. Was this female voice the person the Talea had been looking for? Her pale yellow irises looked over, the non pupiled eyes not actually having a good reason to look in that direction. It was still something the spider tended to do when she was focusing on an area or a person, looking in that direction. "You can't shut them down without proof they're doing anything, otherwise mages wouldn't need to be hired to do stuff. Are you Athena? I'm looking for the person I'm supposed to work with. I've never felt her presence before, so I don't know how to find them."

    The girl pointed at the booth worker, "They have magic so I thought the worker was the person I was looking for. Why do the booths have magic embedded in them though? Is it to make them look extra special? I'm blind so I can't see anything, but I can feel for it if it's not color related. Is it reward related? Will something special happen if all the games are beaten? We don't have summer festival things in the desert because we don't have hotter or colder seasons." It was common for the young girl to ask many things, her attention going back and forth from the stranger that had spoken at one of the booth workers to he booth worker. Something she didn't expect from her load of questions? Bad people not liking a kid that asks too many questions. Song was still an innocent child that so far hadn't had a job yet that had ended up getting trouble for asking too many questions. A realization that something was wrong didn't strike her until an attack hit next to her from a different location. Festival goers were now in a panic, running and screaming. The chaos and noise made it easier to see, even if she didn't fully comprehend what was going on. The getting attacked was known, that people were panicking, just not who, nor how many.

    Things were a bit more complicated than previous jobs. To make matters worse the young spider wasn't even sure she had found her job partner yet. Why did they even attack?! Song slung out some white threads, creating a spell that became a blade. This blade quickly propelled itself, hitting one of her attackers. Now how do you find out which persons are the attackers or how many there are when so many people are around? Without them throwing attack spells in your direction.

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    Post by Althea 9th July 2019, 3:47 pm

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    Althea could only really feel satisfied with the most recent developments.  She had found her job partner, she had found the weirdos, and now all was left was to kick them out of the festival.  “Yeah, I’m Althea, but just Thea’s good too.  I assume you’re Song from Silver Wolf, right?”  The blonde had previously tackled another job with the guild master of the very same guild, and she was really darn cool.  Not only that, but the guild was affiliated with Althea’s own, Fairy Tail.  So, she didn’t have a reason to worry about Song’s capability to deal with the weirdos.  “And about the booths…”  Wait, why the heck was the spider girl asking about the flipping booth?  There’s nothing noteworthy about it other than the people tending it and its magical signature.  Okay, that was plenty to wonder about, but there wasn't any time for that!  They looked pretty regular, with wooden frames, a small banner advertising their respective activity, and flames coming from the top.  Admittedly, Althea had found it to be a huge fire hazard at first, but it was probably customary for the festival.  Also, people were already standing under the flaming hell-ball called the Sun, so what was the difference?

    But thank goodness the festival stand attendants were just as fed up with hearing the spider girl’s queries, almost immediately opting to forego any peaceful paths.  Althea glanced over at the spider girl who had armed herself with a sword made of some strange material.  Thankfully, she had found the direct threat to their safety as enough proof that the slayer wouldn’t need to try and convince her of anything.  But, one thing that was still nagging her was why in the world her job partner seemed almost confused.  It was then the blonde finally noticed the already obvious fact that spider girl was super blind.  Shame on her for being too busy being hot to notice before. “Erm, there’s four of these weird fire fairy things, two of these shiny people, two fire-y people, and a big ram dude.  That good enough for you to fight all right?”

    Well hopefully it was, because one of the “fire-y people” wasn’t going to wait for Althea to hear any affirmation, hurling a large fireball at the duo.  The water mage dove out of the way, keeping her eyes on the attacker.  It was a real shame that their elemental affinities didn’t prove to be in her opponent’s favor, but who knew.  Althea had one against people using fire before.  She summoned a rifle made entirely of water into her hand, rapidly taking aim and firing at the other mage.  They fluidly dodged the bullet, but didn’t anticipate the explosive effect it would have once it made contact with something else.  Still recuperating from the blast, Althea was able to swiftly make her way to the mage and swiftly deal the final blow with a kick to the side of the head.

    With the current threat taken care of, the blonde scanned the area only to spot the weird fairy things began attempting to withdraw from the battle, turning their attentions on the festival at large.  However, the slayer grabbed onto the corpse of the fire mage by the ankles before whipping it around, using the body as a sort of fly swatter.  After only one hit, the little things were sent barreling towards the ground, easily allowing for Althea to stomp the life out of them.  How annoying would it have been to allow the little bugs to go around committing arson as they please?  Also it would get really hot.



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    Post by Guest 9th July 2019, 9:31 pm

    If there was something that didn't help Song figure out what she was looking for, it tended to be visual descriptions. That was normally pretty useless since she cannot see how anyone looks, nor sense in enough detail to tell what anyone is. Telling someone to find your enemies based on their appearance to someone is blind is generally a bad idea over all, akin to telling them to find a color. Song herself could never find even red or yellow, despite both colors always being on her person. For this reason telling a blind person to look for visual cues was typically asking them to do the impossible, see. But fire and light was a good way to describe people, that was something she could feel for. Both fire and light create heat. It sounded like that was a commonality between the majority of the enemies, which made sense for finding enemies. Its made it easy to find them once she focused on it. Athena had a 'cool' feel to her magic, while the enemies had a heated feel to theirs. This meant that it was still enough information given to her to help the spider figure out who the enemies are pretty easily.

    "Nice to meet you Althea! Yes, i'm the desert spider Song Talea from Silver Wolf!" The young girl giggled a bit, her fingers quickly weaving black silk threads, creating a spell. One of her hands gave a glow once it was activated, touching her own face to activate it. With her speed boost spell now used , she could move and cast at a much faster rate. This was perfect in a high energy situation. The young girl started to quickly weaving another spell, casting holy blade. She was already weaving another spell as soon as the blade shaped spell flew off to hit its target. It was small, but that made it easier to avoid hitting the panicking people in the public place. Using golden threads she wove her next spell, some spiked bronze colored knuckles. With this temporary weapon the youth sped around, attacking any and every nearest target. She couldn't tell which enemies she was taking down, only that the numbers of enemies were dropping lower. "Thank you for telling me they're all hot, I can find them all fine now! Can't tell which one is which, but an enemy is an enemy, right?

    Let's kill them all. Sorry for accidentally turning things into a battle."
    Her demeanor was cheerful, a smile on her face. Blood had spilled on all sorts of places on the girl now, but thankfully her clothes was a sort of red that allowed the blood to blend in well enough. It wasn't perfect, but it didn'[t exactly stand out. She didn't realize when her attacks hit the boss, or that was a boss. The spider only knew that an enemy wasn't dying like all the other ones did so far. That's why she kept attacking, keeping her speedy steps a bit faster than the large beast. Despite how innocent she had acted and looked previously, the child was good at fighting. Of course she fell apart when things weren't so predictable, but that wasn't important right now. The situation wasn't so unpredictable, not as much as one might think. The civilians weren't an issue if you knew where they were, it meant they were easier to avoid harming. If she knew where the enemies were than she could hit them. Knowing how to find them made it easier to feel out their current location. This was how Song attacked so well.

    All that the younger Talea needed to take down her enemies most of the time was to find them, than use her stealth or speed to strike hard. This normally worked well, but it started to fall apart when people used long range attacks on her, or didn't fall down as fast as expected by her. Thankfully she wasn't anywhere near panicking yet against the boss, but she was starting to feel a little frustrated.

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    Post by Althea 10th July 2019, 9:57 am

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    “Nah, battle is way faster than anything else.”  Althea replied, turning her gaze to the aggressive weirdos.  “Trying to talk things out would’ve been exhausting.”

    Suddenly, Althea found herself in the way of an oddly large beam of light.  The mage sighed, realizing that even if she dodged out of the way, Magnolian residents would get mad at her for allowing some weirdos to level a few buildings with one attack.  And so, the only real option was to take the full brunt of the attack.  When the blast came into contact with her, Althea found it to be really hot and stuff, but the several layers of shields covering her prevented any real damage.  As the beam of light faded away, it allowed for the water mage to recognize the assailant, m two of the shiny people who had teamed up to create the laser.  No wonder it was weirdly big, the only one she believed to have the magic signature to make something of such scale was the ram dude.  And at them moment he was busy dealing with Song, so that had already been a big “nope”.  But hey, at least she could easily deal with both of them at once, rushing towards the elementals to come within a range impossible for them to use their light beam again.  Of course, the two were already preparing yet another beam, which wasn’t too good of a thing.  Althea’s shields were able to withstand one of the attacks, but she wasn’t sure about two.  However, with the addition of her shields, the girl’s speed had been raised to a substantial degree.  In no time at all, she was already in front of the two elementals, using her momentum from sprinting to uppercut one right in their jaw.  The other shiny person attempted to throw a light imbued punch at Althea, but she ducked, targeting their ankles as to knock them onto the ground.  It was about then the elemental the slayer had uppercut came back crashing into the ground, and although she was ready to engage it in combat, her opponent didn’t move.  Turning her attention to the final elemental, it had already gotten to its feet attempting to withdraw and create a bit of distance.  However, Althea just opted to sucker punch them in the stomach, promptly ended the encounter.

    Reforming her rifle directly into her hands, Althea scanned the fiery battle ground for her next opponent, spotting the last fire mage before they spotted her.  She was about to simple take aim and fire, but she realized that one shot wouldn’t completely finish them off.  Why not just have one go with an attack to start wrapping things up?  And so, the young girl rockettes forwards, brandishing her rifle in both hands as she approached her opponent.  Using it, she basically clubbed the unsuspecting mage with it, sending them into the dirt.  With that taken care of, the last standing opponent was the ram dude, and although Althea was hesitant to intervene she was really hot.  And so, she climbed up onto a building before leaping into the air and drop kicking him into oblivion.  The beast, after the immense impact to the head, simply fell over dead.  Song had probably weakened it to such a degree it was barely standing on its twol, hooved legs.

    “Erm, well I guess that’s that sorted.  I’m off to the mountains!”  Althea exclaimed, rushing off from the scene before Song could express any anger about the stolen kill.



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