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    Stranger Things

    Serilda Sinclair
    Serilda Sinclair

    Ice Queen


    Ice Queen

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    Lineage : Scion of the Void King
    Position : Goddess of Conviction
    Posts : 994
    Guild : Rune Knights (GM)
    Cosmic Coins : 200
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Experience : 5,575,453

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Voidwalking
    Second Magic: Sword of Wrath
    Third Magic: Cruorthurgy

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    Post by Serilda Sinclair 8th July 2019, 3:40 pm

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    Seri Banner
    Conviction never shames nor condemns us.
    It calls us back to who we truly are.
    Just when Serilda didn’t think her life could become more complicated, she had been proven wrong. As if the events in Kingdom Darkness hadn’t been enough, let alone the attack on Era that had landed her the position of Field Marshal for the Rune Knights. She had been settling into her new role quite well over the last few months, all things considered, but now there was yet more on her plate. She had Mythal had recently been lured to Vintermyr into a trap laid for him by his sister. Not only had the two of them been attacked by an entire dark guild actively trying to kill them, but in the middle of all the chaos both of them had learned quite rudely that they shared souls with a couple Nephilim that referred to themselves as Seals.

    The one whom Serilda was connected to -- Victoria, the Seal of Conquest -- had even gone so far as to temporarily usurp Serilda’s body and use it to start killing many of the dark guild mages, as well as to fight Mythal. Not only had the fight nearly killed everyone in the area, including themselves, the city itself had been completely and utterly demolished. By the time Serilda had regained control over her body and put Victoria in her place, there was nothing left of the wintry town but a steaming rubble of ice. Thankfully Mythal had managed to get the survivors of the city some place safe before they could be wiped out, but it had still taken professional ice mages weeks to reconstruct the town and return it to the way it once was.

    So great was the battle and the destruction that word had quickly spread among the Magic Council. It didn’t take long for Serilda and Mythal both to be named Wizard Saints. It was a bittersweet title for the noblewoman. She was proud of it to be sure, and knew that she was worthy of the title, particularly since most of the magic that Victoria had found with had been Serilda’s. She just wished it hadn’t been born from a horrible experience such as that. Even though Mythal had managed to save a vast majority of people, many had still perished because she’d been unable to keep herself from being controlled by an, admittedly powerful, deistic entity.

    And with new titles came new responsibilities as well as even more paperwork than she was already having to deal with. Thankfully, she would be getting out of the office today. A client had reached out to the Rune Knights as well as some of the legal guilds to request help with a sensitive matter regarding her home in the mountains. They didn’t have full details yet. The client stated in her request that it would be easier to explain things in person, stating only that something both concerning and upsetting was happening and she needed help finding answers. She was asking for two mages. Serilda had volunteered, and so had another mage from her old guild Sabertooth.

    To make things easier, Serilda had opted to meet her ally at Ace of Spades. The Voidwalker knew the place well since it was her home for nearly a year, and since she could now travel instantaneously it would save her partner from having to do too much unnecessary traveling. So, when it was time for her to go she put away all the files in her office, making sure to lock all the cabinets and the door to her office. “Let’s go, Xiuh,” Serilda said, beckoning to the beautiful hound that was her hunting companion. The large wolf jumped up eagerly from her pillow, happy to receive attention.

    Reaching out to the Void, Serilda felt through the empty space that connected her current location to her destination. Taking a step forward, she disappeared from her office and travelled instantly through the Void to reappear in Ace of Spades. The desert heat was much warmer than her nice cool office, but that didn’t bother her. If anything, it was a bit nostalgic. She could feel through their bond how excited Xiuhcoatl was to return to the city as well. The hound shivered happily, her fluffy tail wagging heavily back and forth.

    It would have been a nice moment, if it weren’t for the mental baggage. You used to live in this hell hole? Victoria commented in Serilda’s mind. She could hear the disdain in the Seal’s tone loud and clear. Out of all the climates one could choose to live in, I don’t see why anyone would ever choose a desert. Particular a mage that specializes in ice magic.

    It’s a lovely town, Serilda informed her, her own tone short. Plus, Sabertooth is a very well respected guild that boasts a number of powerful mages. There are lots of people, myself included, that happily choose to stay here just to work with them. Though there was a certain amount of begrudging respect between the two of them, they were far from friends or even allies. Serilda did not trust Victoria at all, and did not approve of the haughty way that she seemed to look down her nose at everyone. The Seal deigned not to give any kind of verbal retort, only letting a soft hmph of disagreement sound in the Voidwalker’s mind.

    Serilda made a quick stop by the house she used to live in. She still owned the place and was renting it out to a small family. It had been a while since she’d checked in on them, so she decided to swing by to make sure there wasn’t anything with the house that needed to be worked on. They informed her cheerily that everything was well, and then she was off in the direction of the Red Dragon Inn.

    As she got closer toward the inn, more and more people began to recognize her. She had been quite the presence in Ace of Spades when she lived here, helping out a number of the locals. But so too as she got closer to the guild did she also start running into many of her former guildmates. She smiled and waved when they greeted her, even stopping to have a quick chat with a couple people that she had worked with more closely during her time there. She made sure to keep herself on time, however, not wanting to keep her partner waiting.

    When she got to Red Dragon, there were even more people there that recognized her. The bartender got her a drink and informed her that at the moment there weren’t any Sabertooth members waiting for her, which meant Serilda had arrived first. Accepting the glass with thanks, she made her way to a vacant table and waited, Xiuh sitting contendly at her feet.


    WORDS: 1154/8000| TOTAL: 1154/16,000 | @Gaia
    Serilda Sinclair



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    Gaia
    Gaia

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    Lineage : Vocat Cor
    Position : None
    Partner : Kyran
    Posts : 546
    Guild : Sabertooth [Ace]
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    Mentor : Ruvel
    Experience : 325,345

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    First Magic: Dragon Tarot Magic
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    Post by Gaia 12th July 2019, 7:24 pm



    GAIA SABIN
    The Cards Aren't Always Right
    It had been a bit hectic to the tarot mage as of late. First, Kite had disappeared, and now Kenna had become the guilds new guildmaster alongside Ryo. She honestly had no issues with her becoming the master of the guild, it was more that she hadn’t been prepared for the change. To top it off, she hadn’t seen her husband in a bit, both of them off doing work. She also was feeling a bit all over the place with the work she had spreading her thin. Being a model  for one of the famous fashion designers, Olga, on top of an ace of a guild and taking care of paperwork for the guild and the members within it, and taking care of Noya along with Kyran whenever he got home. She tended to say it wasn’t too much for her, but she felt it was rewarding afterwards anyways. Sometimes she still questioned what exactly she did to become an ace of Sabertooth, little o’ her who used to be such a timid thing before. At least now she can thank Kite for making her an ace and having it help her break out of her shell better, along with others who were in her guild, or once in it.

    Despite all her own duties to do as an ace of a guild, and a wife to the man she loved, Gaia was also a mage. She was honestly itching to get out and do something, other than modeling in the vicious gig she did enjoy. No doubt after she tells Olga of her recent adventures, a new line will be thrown out to the world in her honor. A letter would reach the black haired mage as she read it over. Someone wanted her assistance… A smile came to her face as she nods to herself, grabbing her staff and urged Noya onto her shoulders. She had decided she wasn’t going to be dressed cute today. Or at least over the top cute like she tended to. She came out of her house dressed in a blue sleeveless top with a type of criss crossing chest brace on her chest. Over her shirt she wore a black underbust and matching black shorts with a palish blue cloth belt covering where the bust and shorts end and began and had the ends hang at her hips. On her arms were a pair of gloves that went up three fourths of her bicep, while on her feet were her typical stockings, but with a pair of heavier boots on her feet this go round.

    The ace was to be working with someone from the Rune Knights on this job, and she didn’t know if she had ever met them before. She knew a few former members of Sabertooth had parted ways to the Rune Knights and another guild, but she also doubted she met them too. She was actually rather excited to get to work with one of the Rune Knights though. Since going on a couple jobs with Ruvel, she had been able to feel a bit more confident in meeting others to have more connections outside of her guild. Technically she knew how to make connections, it was actually doing the connecting that had been her weak point. She glanced towards her iLac as she walked down the street from her home. It was almost time to meet up with her partner on the job. Taking off in a light jog, Gaia smiled to herself. She was glad her partner had decided to meet up at Ace of Spades. It made things easier on her. In no time she reached the Inn, and knew the first thing that would come out of Wills mouth.

    “Gaia! Wanting your usual?” The bartender grins to the short mage as she literally just opened the door. “Can you wait till I come in first before you ask this?” She laughs as Noya chirped a bit on her masters shoulders. She wanted her little treats that practically everyone tried to give her. Gaia simply sighed at her spoiled snowy ferret, and held out her arm towards the bar counter to let her ferret scurry to her treats. “I’m not here to eat right now Will, I’m here to meet up with a partner for a job.” She muses as she leans on the counter a bit. She was partially cursing her height as she wasn’t really leaning too much on the bar counter. She nearly was hidden behind the counter. She climbed up into a chair and crossed her leg over her opposite knee. “Are you doing another tarot reading as your job?” Will asked as he walked over by her, cleaning a glass as Gaia glanced to him, snickering as she leaned over onto the counter properly while Noya munched on her treats. “Maybe when I get back, I’ll do more readings, but right now… no. I am meeting someone. I actually do have a job to go on. We’re just meeting up first before we head out.” Will paused as Gaia said that, then looked over to a table with a single person sitting at it. “Then I’m going to assume that they might be your partner for the job.” He chuckles. Gaia looked over and recognized the woman not too far from her. She quickly brought up a past issue of Sorcerer's Magazine on her iLac to flip through the pages. A snicker came to her lips. Of course. She remembered seeing papers with this name a while back.

    Leaving Noya on the counter to not disturb her feeding, Gaia slipped out of her chair and walked over to the white haired woman. “Excuse me, Miss Sinclair? I’m Gaia Sabin. An Ace of Sabertooth.” She smiles sweetly before adjusting her blue rimmed rectangular glasses over her burnt sienna eyes. While reaching her hand out to shake the womans hand, Gaia raised an eyebrow to the woman before her. “Are you here waiting on one of our members to go on a job in the Mountain Village? Or are you here to visit?” She honestly didn’t notice the wolf that was by the womans feet before, blinking at the beauty of the coat they had. “Oh! What is their name?” She questioned with a smile. As soon as she did, as if on queue, Noya had quickly jumped from a chair and onto Gaia’s back to place herself on her shoulders. She perked her head forward to look down at the creature before her. Jealousy was slightly radiating over the little ferret, and Gaia takes a deep breath. “Noya, you’re adorable… stop it… you just had your treat too you little fat ferret.” The tarot mage softly scolds the creature, who only seemed to grumble at her master for the scolding.
    TAG: @Serilda Sinclair WORDS: 1140/8000 NOTES: HP: 500 MP: 500
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    Serilda Sinclair
    Serilda Sinclair

    Ice Queen


    Ice Queen

    Developer/GFX Artist- Main Account- Gain An Artifact- Quality Badge Level 1- Quality Badge Level 2- Quality Badge Level 3- God Of Ishval- Ten Wizard Saint Member- Guild Master- Custom Slayer- God Slayer- Z-Rank- Y-Rank- X-Rank- H-Rank- S-Rank- A-Rank- Wanderer- So Extra- EXP Grinder- Job Creator- Working Together- Forever Solo- Christian Minecraft Server- Teaming Up!- Limited Edition- Hired Help- Unknown Powerhouse- Unknown Legend- Helper- Guild Creator- Achiever- Expert Achiever- Over Achiever- Buddy Buddy- Obligatory Beach Episode- Shipped- Dank Memer- Taskmaster- Richie Rich- Rich- Veteran Level 2- Veteran Level 1- Character Application Approved!- Character History!- Magic Application Approved!- Obtain A Secondary Magic!- Get A Pet!- Complete Your First Job!- Obtain A Lineage!- Join A Faction!- Tertiary Magic- Senior [500]- Novice [250]- 1st Place Event/Contest Winner- X-Mas Event Participant- Motor City Rush- Best GFX Artist Award- Player 
    Lineage : Scion of the Void King
    Position : Goddess of Conviction
    Posts : 994
    Guild : Rune Knights (GM)
    Cosmic Coins : 200
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Experience : 5,575,453

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Voidwalking
    Second Magic: Sword of Wrath
    Third Magic: Cruorthurgy

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    Post by Serilda Sinclair 29th July 2019, 8:17 pm

    Seri Banner
    Conviction never shames nor condemns us.
    It calls us back to who we truly are.
    As was habit, Serilda would glance up each time the door opened to see who would enter. Many times it was someone she recognized, but Sabertooth had taken on a number of new wizards since she’d left so not everyone was familiar to her. One face that was quite easy to place was Gaia’s. While the two of them had never worked together during Serilda’s time with the guild, she had always made it a point to learn who the higher ups were. As one of Sabertooth’s aces, the sapphire haired woman was hard to mistake.

    Her sensitive ears picked up a little of the other woman’s conversation with the barkeep, but given that Serilda wasn’t much for eavesdropping she quickly tuned the conversation out -- a feat that was much more difficult to do with the hearing abilities of a slayer, but she did her best. It helped that the inn was usually pretty busy and there was plenty of other conversation going on to help drown out the noise. She went back to scrolling through her iLac, idly sipping on her juice as she did.

    It wasn’t long before the ace approached her, however. The field marshal looked up and returned Gaia’s gaze with her own crystal blue eyes, smiling in turn. She accepted the offered handshake graciously. “Ms. Sabin, a pleasure to finally meet you.” Serilda vaguely recalled that Gaia was married, but since she wasn’t sure she chose to address her with a more neutral, but still respectful, honorific. When the ace asked if she was waiting for someone, the Wizard Saint nodded. “Yes, I was assigned to the job in Mountain Village. Are you the partner I came here to meet?” While Serilda was generally on the subtle side with her expressions, it was difficult to miss that her eyes lit up a bit at the idea. She had always wanted to go on a job with the ace and simply never gotten the chance to before her time with Sabertooth concluded.

    When Gaia’s attention turned to the hound, the creature’s bushy tail wagged eagerly at the attention. The wolf looked up at the woman with big, dark eyes that were bright with interest, but she stayed obediently at her master’s feet. “This is Xiuhcoatl. She’s a hunting companion, but she’s very friendly. Xiuh: Allieret. Til lethed.” The wolf wuffed quietly and sat up on her haunches, still looking at Gaia with excitement. Serilda smirked. “She’ll let you pet her now, if you wish.”

    As this happened, a small white creature vaulted its way onto the ace’s shoulder, staring down at the hound. For her part, Xiuh only continued to express an innocent curiosity. The wolf didn’t seem to have any natural instinct to eye the smaller animal like prey, but rather tilted her head and looked at Noya with ears perked in gentle interest. Serilda also looked upon the little rodent with some delight. “Is that a ferret? I’ve never seen one with a white coat like that before. How beautiful!”

    Victoria groaned with derision inside Serilda’s head. What is it with mortals and stupidly fawning over animals? she asked impatiently. You are wasting time over pitiful nonsense.

    I’m sorry, were you in a hurry to be somewhere? Because last I checked, your time is mine. Besides, you of all people should know how important it is to understand your allies.

    Yes, but must that include fawning over the subspecies?

    No one is fawning over you at the moment, so I’m not sure who you’re referring to as a subspecies.

    Serilda could feel Victoria’s ire raise at the insult. The Seal was so angry she was practically sputtering in the Voidwalker’s head, but Serilda ignored it and moved back to the more important things. There was little to suggest that anything had just taken place outside of a brief twitch of her eyebrows when Victoria had first started talking. If Gaia was any expert at reading people’s expressions she may have noticed and recognized the minor flash of annoyance, but the rest of Serilda’s mannerisms would suggest that whatever had bugged her had nothing to do with Gaia, Noya, Xiuh, or the interaction that was happening. Serilda would likely have to reveal Victoria soon enough anyway, but this was not the place to do so.

    Instead, she continued the conversation as normal for now. “So how would you prefer to do this? I can use my magic to get us most of the way to our destination, but if you’re uncomfortable with that we could take a train or lacrimobile. I’m not entirely sure what to expect from this job. The client really didn’t give us very many details, which has left me both curious and concerned as to the nature of the problem.” Vague requests weren’t typically the most reliable, leaving a lot of room for interpretation -- and trouble.

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    Serilda Sinclair



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    Gaia
    Gaia

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    Lineage : Vocat Cor
    Position : None
    Partner : Kyran
    Posts : 546
    Guild : Sabertooth [Ace]
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Mentor : Ruvel
    Experience : 325,345

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Dragon Tarot Magic
    Second Magic:
    Third Magic:

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    Post by Gaia 2nd August 2019, 8:42 pm



    GAIA SABIN
    The Cards Aren't Always Right
    While Gaia was married, one of the few things she didn't care for, was her title. She was only fairly recently married, and was still getting used to being called 'Mrs' part of her name most days, but she didn't bother to correct others if they did say anything otherwise. She still wore her wedding ring regardless, and didn't seem to show it off on purpose, forgetting it half the time when she focused on work honestly. She shook the others hand when her hand was taken, and smiles to her. "And you as well. I've seen your name around Sabertooth, but then I heard you left." She couldn't help but pout a bit to the other woman. After it was confirmed that they both were meeting someone for the Mountain Village job, Gaia clapped her hands softly. "Yup! I am~! I was afraid I might of been late." She chuckles as she ran a hand through her hair behind her left ear. Her guild mark was hiding there, on the other side of her ear.

    The wolf getting excited over her attention being turned to it, got Gaia a bit excited as well. They looked fluffy, and she wanted to feel how fluffy the wolf was. "Xiuhc-" She was starting to try and say the name softly to herself, but Serilda's next few words got the tarot mage to pause and look to her with wide eyes. "What tongue was that? I'm wanting to learn some languages and that sounds really unique. I only know a small phrase in Draconic. Oh… I probably should have started with 'can I be taught the language at all?'" She honestly couldn't help but become a little chatty. Things like learning languages peaked her interest a bit, and it showed as she was seeming excited while pushing herself up on the balls of her feet. That was until she had been told she could pet the wolf.

    She crouched down just after talking to Noya and was petting both their companion's at once. Despite her being twenty-two, she was still excited over little things like animals and being able to pet them without issues. Gaia looked up to Serilda and smiled sweetly. "Yes! This is Noya. She's a ferret from another world. Tetsukazu to be exact." She muses, softly looking to her little companion lovingly. "She was actually poached and I found her in my travels to Fiore. In… Bosco I think? It's been quite some time actually." She scratched the back of her head and nervously laughs. It's been some time and she forgotten temporarily. She stands up and adjusts her sleeves a bit before she glanced to Serilda, and noticed her seeming slightly irked. "Before we continue… would you happen to have a demon or… four in you that talk constantly?" She then realized as soon as those words left her lips, that she might of sounded maybe a bit inconsiderate and rolled her hand a bit. "Apologies, I only ask because my husband has some that he is able to slightly control. He kind of makes faces when they talk to him too, or randomly talks aloud… " She let herself trail off as she blushed deeply. Yeah she used to actually be a timid person, and forcing herself out of her she'll got her to be a bit talkative than she felt she should be a little quieter.

    She held her hand to her shoulder to let Noya jump into her master's hand and be petted after being brought down to a cradle. "I also have no qualms with you using your magic to let us get there if it means we'll get there faster. I'm no stranger to it." She recalled how her guild mate and herself used one of her spells to get to the spooky forest before, and that the guild mark she bore allowed her to travel between the guild and the Ace of Spades. She purses her lips as she reaches into her bag and pulls out her job request paper to read it over. Twitching her lips, she nods her head. "Part of me wants to say it might be a spell just done over the town from the sounds of it, honestly, buuut given the nature of it, I'm probably wrong or there is more to it than just that." She shrugs as she folds the paper and tucks it in her bag once more.

    On Gaia's paper was a sketch of the clients family for them to also seek out and ask about what happened to the town. She wasn't sure if Serilda's did as well, but she would keep hers just in case they needed it. "I'm also ready to go whenever you are! Just let me grab something for Noya real quick…" She spins on her toes elegantly and makes her way back towards the bar to Will. "Hey Will, can you do me a favor and-" "Bag some treats for Noya?" The barkeep questions, making Gaia smile wide and nod a thanks to him before skipping slightly back to Serilda. She tucked the bag of treats in her bag, and patted it when she was done. Now she was ready to get this show on the road.

    She followed Serilda after she called what Gaia believed to be a void portal to them and they arrived near the Mountain Village. She looks around and feels Noya jumps off Gaia’s shoulders and starts to scurry off towards what seemed to be a bath up the mountain slightly. “Well… guess we should find the little town.” She chuckles as she couldn’t help but follow after Noya. She honestly wasn’t going to question her little ferret. She seemed to know the best way to go sometimes, and also picked the cards for her readings too. There wasn’t a force in the world that would get her to not believe her little snowy ferret was flawed when it came to directions on her own. If she wasn’t being lazy at least. Then again, Noya had treats waiting for her. She was doing it for them. Gaia followed the path and looks up to where it seemed a village was approaching. She looks over to Serilda and Xiuh, wondering if they were feeling off like she was about the village approaching. Noya had come back to Gaia, and didn’t seem like she cared anymore and just wanted to sleep on her masters shoulders.

    As soon as they walked into the town, the residents looked to the women. Well… at least they could get their attention. She clears her throat and makes her way over to an older couple sitting on a bench not too far from where they came from. “Hello, I have a little question…” “What is it, dear?” The woman smiled at Gaia. “Do you mind telling me what happened to this town within the… past year or so?” The couple blinked, looking confused before the man spoke. “Nothing happened here, honey…” Gaia blinks as she tilts her head. “We were told that the place had been destroyed…” The couple look to one another, before they started laughing. The woman shakes her head and grabs hold of Gaia’s hand. “Don’t believe all the rumors you hear, dear. We’re clearly fine and well.” Gaia musters a smile and softly says thank you to the couple before she makes her way back to Serilda, looking perplexed by the conversation she just had. She shakes her head and puts her hand to her temple. “Apparently nothing happened according to the couple there.” She murmurs, covering her mouth. It could have been the couple not remembering correctly though! Yeah! That’s a possibility. They’d just have to ask someone else.
    TAG: @Serilda Sinclair WORDS: (1294) 2434/8000 (4442/16000) NOTES: more for myself, Noya finds Aries key eventually
    MEL @ WW


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    Serilda Sinclair
    Serilda Sinclair

    Ice Queen


    Ice Queen

    Developer/GFX Artist- Main Account- Gain An Artifact- Quality Badge Level 1- Quality Badge Level 2- Quality Badge Level 3- God Of Ishval- Ten Wizard Saint Member- Guild Master- Custom Slayer- God Slayer- Z-Rank- Y-Rank- X-Rank- H-Rank- S-Rank- A-Rank- Wanderer- So Extra- EXP Grinder- Job Creator- Working Together- Forever Solo- Christian Minecraft Server- Teaming Up!- Limited Edition- Hired Help- Unknown Powerhouse- Unknown Legend- Helper- Guild Creator- Achiever- Expert Achiever- Over Achiever- Buddy Buddy- Obligatory Beach Episode- Shipped- Dank Memer- Taskmaster- Richie Rich- Rich- Veteran Level 2- Veteran Level 1- Character Application Approved!- Character History!- Magic Application Approved!- Obtain A Secondary Magic!- Get A Pet!- Complete Your First Job!- Obtain A Lineage!- Join A Faction!- Tertiary Magic- Senior [500]- Novice [250]- 1st Place Event/Contest Winner- X-Mas Event Participant- Motor City Rush- Best GFX Artist Award- Player 
    Lineage : Scion of the Void King
    Position : Goddess of Conviction
    Posts : 994
    Guild : Rune Knights (GM)
    Cosmic Coins : 200
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Experience : 5,575,453

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Voidwalking
    Second Magic: Sword of Wrath
    Third Magic: Cruorthurgy

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    Post by Serilda Sinclair 9th August 2019, 12:03 pm

    Seri Banner
    Conviction never shames nor condemns us.
    It calls us back to who we truly are.
    Serilda chuckled a bit when Gaia pouted about the fact that she had left Sabertooth before the two of them had gotten the chance to officially meet. “If it makes you feel any better, it was not an easy decision. I loved Sabertooth. I still do, in fact. I want to continue working with them closely as allies, which is part of why I volunteered for this job. But after what happened in Era…” The Voidwalker let her voice trail off. At this point it was fairly public knowledge that the entire city had been attacked, and that the vast majority of the Rune Knight forces had been slain in their efforts to protect the citizens. “Sabertooth will always have a place of gratitude and respect in my heart, but they don’t need me. The Rune Knights do.”

    Gaia expressed an interest in the origins of the wolf’s name. It seemed the woman was a bit of a linguist, or at least aspired to be. The noble woman couldn’t help but smile around her, the enthusiasm infectious. “Actually, it is Draconic. Or at least a simplified dialect of it. It roughly translates to ‘Comet’, which I felt was fitting given her breed. As a Star Wolf, she has a penchant for starlight, fire, and speed. So, the moniker felt right.”

    She was introduced to the beautiful ferret Noya, who apparently was a creature from another world. Even a few months ago such a concept might have left her more than a little dumbstruck, but given that Serilda had already spent close to half a year in space and exploring -- and nearly dying -- on another planet, the idea was one she was mentally prepared to grasp. “How fortunate that you were able to save her! She is quite lovely.” Making sure not to encroach too quickly on the animal’s space, the noblewoman would respectfully hold out her fingers for Noya to inspect as a gesture of introduction. If the animal seemed open to allowing Serilda to pet her she would do so, otherwise she would leave her be.

    Apparently, Serilda had not quite covered her facial reactions to her internal conversation well enough. Or rather, Gaia was much more familiar with the tiny nuances than anyone else in her life. She was so caught off guard by the comment that she could only blink at Gaia in shock and surprise at first. Serilda might have been offended by such a personal question, but honestly the woman was so sweet thus far that even before Gaia started apologizing she knew the comment hadn’t come from a place of judgement or condemnation. Truthfully, she was going to have to tell her about Victoria anyway just to keep there from being any surprises. “No apology require. Just one,” she admitted, her voice quiet so it wouldn’t carry. “A nephilim, actually; half demon, half angel. I will tell you more when we have a bit more privacy.”

    Someday it would be common knowledge that Serilda shared a soul with such a creature, but given that she was still trying to come to terms with the change herself she wasn’t quite ready for it to go viral, so to speak. Gaia excused herself to get some treats for Noya to take on the road with them, while Serilda finished her drink and stood to her feet. Xiuh joined her, excited as ever to be going to work. When Gaia was ready, Serilda opened a translucent portal that they could step through. It appeared as little more than a distortion or ripple of the air, but when passed through they were instantly transported to a location not far outside the village they were to investigate.

    Almost immediately, Noya dropped from Gaia’s shoulder and began to lead the way. Serilda and Xiuhcoatl walked alongside the Sabertooth wizard as they travelled up the mountain. It seemed as good a time as any to give a better answer to Gaia’s earlier question. She paused for a brief second to focus and a second body appeared to step out from within Serilda’s where it could exist of its own right. It was another woman with hair as white as the Voidwalker’s, but much older. Her skin was weathered and wrinkled from age, though she still looked incredible for her age all things considered. The Seal stood with confident poise as she stretched her neck, enjoying the freedom to move of her own volition for a bit.

    “Gaia, this is Victoria. She calls herself the Seal of Conquest, and to speak frankly she’s a real pain in my backside but unfortunately I’m stuck with her.”

    Victoria let out a short, dignified laugh that came across as more of a huff than anything else. “You should be more grateful to have my powers at your disposal, child.” Her wisened voice was wrought with arrogant confidence. Xiuhcoatl growled lightly at the Seal, but otherwise paid her no mind.

    Serilda rolled her eyes, despite her best efforts not to, and turned back to Gaia. “She’s honestly a horrible person, but she could be useful to us if she gets over herself long enough to apply her mind to the job. Don’t let her give you any lip.” Most of the time Serilda was content to let Victoria simmer in her head instead of loosing her into the world, but it was nice to take a break from the constant yammering in her mind. Plus, if she wound up requiring Victoria’s help during this mission she would rather already have the nephilim out rather than summon her in front of a town full of people. “And as for you--”

    The seal sighed. “Yes, yes. Behave myself or else. Trust me, I’m not eager to be stuck back inside your dull excuse for a psyche.”

    Not long after that they found themselves at the village in question. On the surface it appeared to be fine. Nothing really stood out to her or even felt off. For all intents and purposes, it seemed to be a normal town that she wouldn’t have thought twice about if she had passed through it unprompted. Gaia stepped aside to speak with an old couple sitting on a bench while Serilda felt out with her Void senses to see if she could find anything out of the ordinary.

    Victoria frowned and cast her golden eyed gaze around the area. “Do you sense that,” the Seal said quietly enough that only Serilda would hear it.

    Serilda shook her head. “No, I don’t sense anything out of the ordinary. Everything seems fine as far as I can tell.”

    “You’re using your Void magic?” The noblewoman nodded. “Use mine. You’ll have to focus. It’s old, but it’s there.”[/color]

    Unsure, the Voidwalker reached into her god slaying and blood magics and honed in on them as hard as she could. As Gaia returned to them with her report, she finally started to notice what Victoria was talking about. “I think I feel it,” Serilda said, her brows deeply knit together in concern. Her voice was still kept low, but once Gaia was with them again the Sabertooth wizard would be able to hear the conversation. “Is it blood?”

    The Seal nodded. “A lot of it, deep in the ground. There was a massacre here once. This entire town must have been slaughtered at some point. Most of it is concentrated to one spot.”

    Serilda continued to frown in thought. “That’s certainly concerning, but doesn’t tell us much about what’s currently going on. That old couple said that nothing has happened here?” Presuming Gaia reconfirmed this, the wizard saint would cross her arms over her chest as she contemplated it. “It’s possible they just don’t know of anything. Just because there was a battle here doesn’t mean that those who currently live here were a part of it. If it happened a long time ago and left the town abandoned, others could have moved in later. “

    “There is a way to get more information, but you’re not going to like it.”

    “Go on,” the Voidwalker said, her tone ripe with distrust.

    “Blood plays a very intimate role in a person’s existence. It has a metaphysical link to the soul, of sorts. If either one of us were to taste someone’s blood, we would get insight into their strongest memories and recent thoughts.”

    As pale as her skin already was, Serilda went even more pale with disgust. “You want me to consume someone’s blood? Not just that, but the blood of people that have been dead for potentially decades?!”

    “I said you wouldn’t like it,” Victoria told her with a shrug. “I can raise the blood from the ground, but obviously that might upset the locals. It would be better to do it after dark when there’s no one around.”

    A groan escaped the noblewoman’s lips and she rubbed her temples like she was getting a migraine. Please tell me you have a better idea than this,” she practically begged.

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    Stranger Things Empty Re: Stranger Things

    Post by Gaia 25th August 2019, 10:20 pm


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    The tarot mage gave the other woman a smile when she mentioned that leaving Sabertooth wasn’t an easy decision for her to make and that she loved it. She probably would be in the same boat as her if she were placed in that spot. “Yes. The Rune Knights do need you far more than we do.” She understood well enough. “Though I’m assuming it’s doing much better now, yes? Era and all? Feel free to reach out to Sabertooth whenever though! As one of the Aces, I’m sure Mr Knetegawa and Ms Terrynhain won’t mind me extending our hand to you all if you need any assistance.” She couldn’t help herself as she bowed her head a little. “Or, if you have an iLac, you could reach out to me?” She reached into her pouch and pulled out her pink iLac a little.

    Since getting the little device, Gaia had more of a library of books and lore to read and was reading near everything she could in an hour. Her Gale force glasses were a plus to helping out during then too. Despite having the iLac, she actually never gave her Lacrima Identification Code out often though… she didn’t come across many people who had an iLac themselves. As she learned that the tongue Serilda was using was Draconic, she paused for a moment, wanting to at least ponder the names meaning for a moment. She was told the wolf’s species, and couldn’t help but smile. “I don’t think anyone would disagree with you on the name fitting.” She grins to the other woman.

    Noya couldn’t help but seem to make a ‘grinning’ face towards Serilda as she was said to be quite lovely. The ferret was going to eat that up. Already she liked her, even if she didn’t get any treats from her. Surely Gaia would instruct the woman not to get her any because of how much weight she was gaining. She sniffed a bit at the finger that was held out to her, and Noya quickly moved to jump on her arm. If Gaia was going to give another pet attention, she’d have to make her jealous and seek attention from another in front of her. She didn’t stay long as Gaia had stood up a moment later, and she wanted back to her. She was content being a spoiled little ferret by her master. She only had to do little bits of things here and there for the treats, and all the cuddles.

    After Gaia had inquired about demons being in Serilda’s head, the look she had given made the Sabertooth Ace feel she was out of line and feel like she needed to apologize for her question. She should heed her families teachings just a little bit. She may not have loved how she was treated growing up, but they did teach her how to be a lady and how to be respectful. Despite her apology and her guilty conscious of asking such a question, the Rune Knight Field Marshal didn’t seem to be offended by it, even admitting to having kind of one being in her mind. She blinked for a moment, but smiles and nods as she understood others might not be too keen on sharing things like that. Not everyone could be like her husband, where the demons seemed to force themselves to show and play in the world outside of his mind.

    The portal that had opened up before them, and Gaia was honestly intrigued by it. She didn’t have one herself in the cards she managed to unlock and use. Maybe she should figure something out for that. As they started to walk, Gaia was trying to mule over ideas of why the town could have issues, till she heard Serilda seeming to stop for a moment. She perked her head up and turned to look over towards the Rune Knight just as the second person stepped out of her. She was more surprised from her looks than anything, but she smiled to her regardless. As she was introduced, Gaia couldn’t help but straighten herself for a moment before she gave her a bow and smiled. “A pleasure to meet you, Victoria. I hope you’ll help us plenty today on this job.” She muses as she glanced over her shoulder to Noya, who seemed to be waiting for her. She then looked over to Serilda again as she told her that she was a horrible person, and couldn’t help but chuckle a little. “I think I can handle her. My experience in snapping back at at least demons who think it’s fun to play is… probably enough.” She shrugs her shoulders. Kyrans demons were different than a nephilim, or even a ‘seal’ though. She could be in over her head saying that statement. They’d just have to wait and see though.

    After getting to the village and talking to the elderly couple, Gaia had returned to Serilda just as she questioned if something was blood. She paused and raised an eyebrow to the two women. Hearing what the seal said though, Gaia’s jaw seemed to clench a bit as she didn’t like hearing that. “So… there’s a start…” She nodded when the other woman questioned about what the old couple said, and shrugs her shoulders a little. “They may have forgotten too.” She suggested. The tarot mage listened as the seal seemed to have a solution to getting an idea, and raised an eyebrow to her. The moment she said ‘blood’, Gaia tilted her head up a little and her eyebrows rose up slightly. “Is that ‘either one of us’ meaning either of you two? Or…?” She was hoping she wasn’t included in that little ‘solution’ there.

    She covers her mouth as she takes a deep breath. “Honestly. I don’t have a truth card in my deck… else I might use that on a villager… Maybe we ask a little bit more to make sure it wasn’t just the old couple. They could have moved in after everything else happened too.” Gaia also didn’t want to just sit around waiting till dark to figure out what happened. If she could be proactive and get answers that way, then that chucked out the possibility of that blood thing if it actually got them somewhere! She glanced over to Serilda to see what she would say to asking around a little more in the meantime. “Also, the client asked us to go and visit their family and see if they’re alright too.” She gasps as she quickly goes to the paper again to see who it was they were looking for. Someone could help them find the family so they could ask about what happened there, or even see if they were well.
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    Stranger Things Empty Re: Stranger Things

    Post by Serilda Sinclair 4th September 2019, 9:50 pm

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    “I do have one, yes,” Serilda said, retrieving her own iLac from one of her pockets. The two of them quickly exchanged identification codes, with the field marshal glad to have the reassurance that Sabertooth would likely be open to helping out if they ever needed assistance with anything.

    After they’d started making their way toward their destination, Serilda introduced Gaia to Victoria. The Seal eyed the Sabertooth wizard with an unreadable golden gaze. The bow was a nice touch, and certainly the type of behavior that Victoria expected of mortals, but cordiality wasn’t exactly in her social repertoire. “We shall see, girl,” was all she said when Gaia expressed her hope that Victoria would be of use to them. Victoria wasn’t pleased as the two women conversed about her like she wasn’t present, but elected to keep her comments to herself for now, knowing they would get her nowhere at this point.

    The initial step of gathering information hadn’t given them enough to work off of in order to figure out what was truly going on here. Gaia’s expression betrayed that she wasn’t thrilled by what Victoria had to provide, and Serilda couldn’t blame her. It wasn’t good news at all. “No, don’t worry. She definitely means either her or myself,” she assured the Tarot mage. “Victoria’s speciality is blood magic, and since we share souls I’m, unfortunately, capable of utilizing it myself.”

    Her tone made it obvious that she utterly detested the entire concept of blood magic, which was often highly regarded as an evil dark art. Truthfully, Serilda didn’t even like admitting that she could use it but she got the feeling that Gaia would understand her situation and not hold it against her. She just hoped the other mage would have a better plan of action to offer.

    At this point, it seemed all they could really do is continue to ask around. Gaia had expressed that the couple was old and that perhaps their memories weren’t the sharpest. Perhaps they would have better luck with other villagers. The Sabertooth ace also recalled that their client had asked them to check in on her family as well. “Yes, that would be a good starting place, I think,” Serilda said, nodding in agreement. “Let’s see what they have to say, and if worse comes to we can entertain Victoria’s idea later as a last resort.”

    Victoria rolled her eyes, but said nothing. Even the Seal would concede that broad daylight wasn’t the best time to make such a display of her power, as it would only cause the mortals of the village to either panic or slip into a state of obsessive awe and reverence. It was almost always one or the other, in her experience, and both were equally as bothersome.

    With the information provided on the job pamphlet that Gaia had brought along, they were able to locate their client’s family. Serilda knocked on the door with polite authority and took a step back so whoever answered wouldn’t feel as though she were invading their space. It took a moment, but a man soon answered. He was on the older side of middle age, with hair that was heavily graying but still had flecks of the natural dark from his youth. When he noticed Serilda’s Rune Knight uniform, he opened the door a little wider to greet them more appropriately. “Good morning, officer.”

    Serilda offered the man a small but friendly smile. “Good morning. I’m looking for the Spero household?”

    “You’ve found the right place. What can I do for you?”

    “We’re conducting an investigation in the area, and was just hoping you could answer a couple questions for us.”

    The man frowned a little, either out of concern or suspicion, Serilda couldn’t really tell. But he did nod. “Sure, go ahead, miss.”

    “Thank you. Have you noticed anything out of the ordinary happen around here recently? Anything that’s stuck out to you as odd or peculiar?”

    He thought for a moment before shaking his head. “No, nothing in particular. We’re a real small village, not much of anything happens around these parts.”

    “What about people? Anyone in the area as of late that you didn’t recognize or that seemed out of place?”

    That caught his attention and his frown deepened, though not at being asked the question. It was the look of someone who had recalled something that fit as an answer to Serilda’s inquiry. “There was a young woman that came by a few weeks back claiming to be my daughter. She was a bit frantic and emotional, kept saying how we were supposed to be dead and a bunch of other nonsense about the village being destroyed. Load of crap, obviously. I’ve never seen her before in my life. My wife and the kids were more than a little distressed by her, so we kicked her out and told her to stay away. I’m thinking she wasn’t all right in the head, if you know what I mean.”

    As if to emphasize, he reached up and tapped his temple. Serilda cast Gaia and Victoria a glance. Was he talking about their client? He had to be. There certainly was something strange going on here, but at this point she wasn’t sure if it was the village or the woman who had hired them to do this job. So far everything seemed just fine here, but at the same time she couldn’t ignore what Victoria had told her earlier. There had been a massacre here once, that much was undeniable. But the people here seemed normal so far.

    Serilda stopped to think for a moment, giving Gaia the opportunity to ask some questions if she wished.

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    Stranger Things Empty Re: Stranger Things

    Post by Gaia 20th February 2020, 10:44 pm


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    The Field Marshall pulling out her own iLac as well made the tarot mage grin a bit to her. That meant they were perfectly able to communicate with one another after this job. Besides Kyran and Masha, Gaia now hoped to befriend other mages outside of Sabertooth in hopes to gain more friends and allies, should she need them for anything important. After meeting Victoria, Gaia didn’t seem to shy away from the gaze that was boring down on her. Her mother would use that same gaze on her, she could ignore it with little issue. She smirks to the nephilim and nods. She really did hope Victoria would help them in the time of need.

    After they had attempted to get some information after getting to the village, and the nephilim mentioned about the tasting blood with Serilda’s assurance that SHE wouldn’t have to try it out, made her put a hand to her chest and take a deep breath of relief. She felt a little queasy about that if it were to be she who had to do it, but she knew she could manage being around it in general though. With how she spoke about the usage of magic, she was honestly surprised that the Field Marshall didn’t like the blood magic and rubbed the back of her head a bit. “Honestly, that’s quite interesting that she, and you, are able to use Blood magic. My husband uses blood magic as well, and he works for the West Fiore Trading Company. Or, I suppose the magic he has is a form of blood magic.... I’m actually not too sure about his magic fully on the extent of what he can do besides that he uses some of his blood to do whatever he needs to… Guess that’s something I should look into a bit more…” The last bit was to herself more than for the Field Marshall, but she didn’t feel bothered expressing it aloud to her as well. She quickly raised her hand and waved it, easily figuring out that Serilda wasn’t too fond of blood magic and figured they should drop the subject for now.

    When she brought up the family that they had to check, Serilda agreed that it would be a good starting point on gathering more information. Last resort could be that blood thing Victoria said. “Sounds good.” She nods in agreement. It didn’t take too terribly long to find the Spero household, and she looked around intriguingly while she stood back a few steps and Serilda went up to the door. The village seemed quaint. Her attention went back to the door as it opened after a moment. She provided a soft smile to the man and gave him a nod, even though most of his attention was on the Rune knight next to her.

    The little tarot mage listened to her companion. Noya was already on her shoulder once again and was quietly sitting there, listening to all that was going on. Gaia sighs quietly, reaching her hand up to scratch the ferrets head as she listened to the man's responses to Miss Scinclair’s questions. She squinted slightly with each answer, her head tilting a fraction of an inch with each answer. As he talked about someone claiming to be his daughter, and she was ‘frantic and emotional’, Gaia instantly connected it to the client and she pursed her lips. So this is how he saw her? She swallowed her spit hard as she watched the man. Back in Bellum she had people try to call her crazy for this and that reason just so they could bully her as they pleased.

    She quickly shook that thought from her mind and gave a small smile once again. Her past didn’t need to be thought about. Serilda seemed done with her questions, and Gaia cleared her throat. “I am a member of Sabertooth Guild Down in Ace of Spades. My questions are going to sound strange, I suppose, but may you please answer it to the best of your abilities, sir?” The man had nodded as he was confused. “Do you have any daughters, sir? Would you say you’re a man who cherishes them deeply? Enough that you’re sure you wouldn’t forget their face or notice if their face was even a hair different or drastically different?”

    There was silence for a moment, but he nodded slowly to her. “Yes, one daughter. I already cherish her very much regardless of how she looked. What does this have to do with anything?” He questions as Gaia just shook her head. Behind him, a couple women peeked around the door from within the room. They were curious about who was at the door asking these questions.

    “Please continue cherishing your daughter daily then, you would probably regret it if you do stop... Back on track though. There is some evidence that there has been a mass killing in this village before, would you happen to have any information about it? Or know anyone who can give us some insight on the matter?” Her burnt sienna eyes blinking rather innocently looking up to the man. Mr Spero seemed like he was getting annoyed though after she asked that.

    “These lands have been peaceful since we settled. No way would there ever be a ‘mass killing’ here like you claim to have happened here. Maybe someone spilled some paint.” He was shaking his head. “You are pulling a prank on me, aren’t you? I swear, you are and are just lying about this ‘killing’ thing like that other girl probably was, or you're all just freaking crazy. Leave now before I call the village police on you two!” The tarot mage's eyes grew wide for a second and she tilted her head before the door was slammed in their faces. Noya was quietly growling on the girls shoulder, making the mage reach her hand up to quiet her down more.

    "Apologies I suppose…" She mumbled. Hanging her head for a moment, she composed herself. Her eyes went back to Serilda as she gave a small smile. "I should apologize to you too. I suppose I asked the wrong question there. Or said it wrong?" She had read a few murder mystery books before and she could have sworn that was how the investigator or cop questioned people when investigating the case. "Though, the look on his face as I asked about his daughter… He really does believe he has only one…" She had turned around and started walking away from the house as she was thinking quietly aloud. She puffed up her cheeks as she was trying to think of another solution. All she thought of, was asking others about if they knew what happened.

    She turned her attention to Serilda again. "Would you want to split up and ask more people about what happened here? Or stay together? I’m not too sure what else we can do at the moment, if I’m honest. I’ve never done an actual investigation that didn’t have me instantly running from something trying to kill me here. That’s all I’ve experienced first hand.” She confessed with a nervous smile. “I wouldn’t mind picking up a thing or two from you if you’re willing?” She lowered her hand as Noya lifted her head up and let out a noise towards Serilda before she let her already large black eyes, try to seem bigger to the woman.
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