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    Listen, I'm Innocent, Okay? [Free-Form | Yuvon & Song]

    Yuvon
    Yuvon

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    Lineage : Victor's Descent
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    Posts : 243
    Guild : Silver Woof
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    Experience : 1493.75

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Memory-Make
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    Post by Yuvon on 1st December 2019, 8:56 am

    Page 10, no. 226

    Ah, Cedar. What a marvelous port town that often got overshadowed by Hargeon Town. Yuvon did appreciate the architectural genius that made up the structure of Cedar; how 95% of the entire town was raised from the surface of the ocean via, perhaps, the oldest bridge in Fiore, and how boats and ships intertwined with the tower-tall pillars and worked the town up like a well-oiled machine. This was a pretty place, too; the buildings fashioned after typical, Fiorian custom were pleasing to the eye with all the spikes, tops and spears that touched the sky above, and the worn-out, concrete colors that donned the houses.

    Oh well, he was here for a duty. Since Cedar was so close to the sea, they had been rather unfortunate enough to summon the curiosity of a sea monster from old times. This sea monster was classified as a ‘kraken’, and Cedar’s population weren’t unfamiliar with the presence of such a specimen of the ocean. You see, they used to have frequent kraken attacks in the far past, but most of those assaults were solved via gifting the kraken a random item. The people pretended to value this item high enough to fool the monster to think of it sufficient enough to substitute for all the destruction that it wanted to settle upon Cedar.

    It turned out that the kraken was smarter than that, found out and vowed revenge. And thus, the skies around Cedar were greyish, filling with water that evaporated from the sea due to its anger.

    But hey, the water was still cool enough to not harm anything. That was why they were sailing through here, Yuvon and Song, accompanied by one of the knights who guard the town. They had agreed to come up with a solution for this time’s kraken attack, and boy, Yuvon didn’t feel comfortable wearing his mask anymore. The knight kept glaring at him… with hostility.

    Yuvon was rather busy drawing sketches of the knight’s armor to come up with a statement to trigger a conversation. He was, however, eager to show Song his drawing with pride.

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    Song Talea
    Song Talea

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    Post by Song Talea on 9th December 2019, 9:28 am

    Song didn't know the history of the place they were going to. Though the girl loved to learn, she found herself more interested in what a place currently was above it's past. Reading histories could be interesting in it's own right. The issue was it became a little depressing to find things out, only find out they never really moved far past that point. It reminded her a bit of her home, a place that could have been better if they moved past a point. It was easy for some to blame the sand storms, as they made communication devices near useless there. But sand storms don't make all modern technologies useless, nor does it make communication impossible. It was a place stuck willingly in a time that should have long gone by at this point, but refuses to move from place. She just didn't see the upside in such things, because staying in that past position meant you were more likely to repeat the same mistakes.
    How could you say there was any learning from it when you only look back? What does staying blindfolded to the present of future really benefit? She was pretty sure that explained the situation this place was in right now. There was an issue never fully resolved, but they ignored it until it could not anymore. Whatever she and Yuvon did couldn't be a repeat of what happened before. She was pretty sure even attempting something like that would only upset he beast more. She didn't see the grey in the sky, but even from the boat she could feel a mist of rage ebbing from the water and misting above it. It wasn't a sight the arachnid was sure they felt comfortable with, but that didn't make it go away. She didn't notice any looks anyone was giving, but that was more than likely a given at this point.

    The paper getting held towards the girl was a nice distraction from the uncomfortable feeling the area gave though, fingers running over the material. Through the contact she was able to see it was a drawing. Her blind pale yellow eyes blind a bit in surprise before she looked over towards the guard. "Is that of him? He looks so grumpy here. How long has he been making this face?" The young Talea was certainly eternally blunt and honest. It was a strange contrast to the type of magic she had been born with, something primarily designed for planned out stealth attacks. Though her people called the fully trained with her magic 'sand ghosts' and 'ghost like soldiers', calling them a type of military assassins might have been the most accurate.

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