Odhran was minding his own business in a field outside when a dragon suddenly had landed beside him. It spoke to him about a message in regards to creating a new world in their own image and their own liking. Odhran was inherently interested in this idea. The world as it stood gave little respect to his glorious name, and joining such a guild would be able to bring to the world the wonders of such a God walking among men. He smiled at the thought. He was a part of Errings Rising at present, but some of the members had less than ideal opinions of him, and the thoughts of creating a world in his own image was a scintillating thought. The only issue was that the location of the guild was in Sin. Sin was a desolate land, and getting there would be difficult. He initially attempted to walk there, before his feet would get tired and he would opt to have Lupa fly him a ways before he himself took flight towards the town where this guild was.
Entering the town, he saw a building that certainly would look like it would be the guild hall. Compared to the rest of the people in this town, he was evidently different. Most of the townsfolk were dressed in little more than rags and looked down on their luck. Meanwhile, Odhran held an air of glory and dignity about him. To separate himself from the crowd even further, he pulled out his three primary keys and summoned the group of spirits. They would follow him as he made his march towards the guild hall, taking note of the many looks of awe and fear from the man who had the three spirits behind him. Lupa walked on the right side of the group, her tail fluttering as she let power course through each of her paws to show the extent of her abilities. Arnaluuk was to the left, a steam constantly emitting from her as her icy skin failed to mesh well with the warm, oppressive air of Sin's heat. Standing more majestically in the center of the group was Scorpio, in female form with her golden, glimmering armor on. Though she often did not opt to use it in battle, preferring her fists and claws, she hand in her right hand a spear of glimmering gold. The Zodiac shared an energy that single-handedly shone brighter than a star within the dregs of the town. While Odhran would have preferred that thought and sentiment be brought to him, he nonetheless was happy that at least one of his summons was getting glory, and the fact that he was the Keybearer for such a majestic Spirit certainly brought an eye of wonder towards him.
He entered the building that would be the guild hall, seeing a lady with the appearance of a dragon standing at the foot of the stairs, a slight smile on her face. Odhran took the opportunity to use his Ark of Embodiment to unfurl a red carpet for him and his Spirits to walk upon. He came up towards the woman, standing a fair distance away so as to show at least some reverence.
"I would presume that you are the wondrous commander of that fine dragon that brought the message of being able to create a new world in my own image? I certainly believe that such a task is befitting a God such as myself. I am Odhran Aegisbane, the God of the Celestial Spirit Realm. I must introduce you to my fair allies with whom I have forged a pact of wonderful power through the flames of combat and war! Lupa! Arnaluuk! And let us not forget the piece de resistance, the masterpiece, the magnum opus among Celestial Spirits, the Zodiac, Scorpio!" As he announced each of his Spirits, they stepped forwards. Lupa and Arnaluuk bowed their heads while Scorpio took on an air of hubris and pride.
"It's certainly impressive that you were able to command a dragon to bring a message. We still have a ways of growth, but we can assure you that with our power we can bring a new world to our liking." Scorpio bowed before busting out in laughter. "Now, with all that formality out of the way, let's, like, get to getting to know each other!"
"At least you're more normal than you are as a guy..."
"Scorpio certainly is correct, however, Arnaluuk. Formalities are certainly great, especially in the face of who would be our guildmaster, but we cannot always afford to be stuck-up and not allow ourselves to enjoy life, would you not say?"
Arnaluuk sighed as Lupa slowly walked over to the woman, sniffing her as her tail wagged slightly. She barked.
"I think it would be some time before we get to be able to something of that caliber."
Scorpio walked on over to the dragon woman. "We're a bit of a zany bunch, but we've got enough power and ambition to afford it. We'll, like, get serious when we're in combat, but we'll be sure to make this place real fun when we're not bothering with a fight." Scorpio offered a hand to her, smiling.