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    They Don't Just Like Silver

    Tsubasa Kageyama
    Tsubasa Kageyama

    Main Account- Quality Badge Level 1- Quality Badge Level 2- Demon Slayer- Christian Minecraft Server- Achiever- Character Application Approved!- Magic Application Approved!- Obtain A Secondary Magic!- Complete Your First Job!- Obtain A Lineage!- Player 
    Lineage : Adventurer’s Spirit
    Position : None
    Posts : 232
    Guild : Silver Wolf
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Mentor : Mercury Arsenault
    Experience : 27,729

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Hodgepodge
    Second Magic: XVI Battle Suit
    Third Magic:

    They Don't Just Like Silver Empty They Don't Just Like Silver

    Post by Tsubasa Kageyama 19th April 2020, 9:46 am

    Sweet crap it was cold. A few weeks ago Tsubasa had begun to look for a guild to join, trying to find a place where he could contribute while perfecting his own magic skills. A place where he could be sent out on adventures and engage in his own without anyone getting in his way. There were several guilds, large and small, and he even found himself being headhunted by a few. Dangerous word, flattering concept.

    The Silver Wolves were about as far from his home temple as any guilds could be. It would have been much easier to join Fairy Tail or pretty much any other guild, but the idea of this one intrigued him. First of all, wolves, which— who can say no to that? Second, the guild seemed to have pretty much the same idea towards magic and discovery that he did. They didn’t seem to be willing to break their own code of honor, which was very important to him, and the improvement of magic and advancement of skill was one of the more important things. He could definitely get on board with that.

    Finding them, however, was another thing entirely. He had traveled through most of Fiore, getting in a bunch of mischief on the way, and finally made it to a little place called Beanstalk village, which was adorable, and where he finally received instructions on how to get up to the Mountain. Strangely, the general advice had been 'Just go up the path', which seemed almost like someone was trying to make fun of him. Still, he received the same advice so many times that either it was an inside joke with the village or they were actually telling the truth. After all, looking up the mountain, there did seem to be an eternal snowstorm up there which would surely make the trip deadly. At least.

    After a night of rest at the local village, he made his way up through the mountains. At the base he picked up a thick, sturdy branch. A walking stick if ever there was one. The trek was to be long and arduous, taking days or perhaps weeks. He would face dangers like that he had never experienced, for in that hidden place he would find the gu—


    “There’s a road there,” Ahab, Tsubasa’s partner in crime said. The little flying squirrel had taken refuge in Tsubasa’s hood and wrapped himself in what looked like a scarf, which probably explained why Tsubasa wasn’t wearing one. The little green booger pointed slightly to the right at a well paved, managed road that seemed to head straight up the mountain. Tsubasa glared at it for a moment, with just a hint of disappointment, before he turned path and walked towards it, feigning some difficulty in moving through the snow.

    As he walked, much easier than he had expected (though he held on to the walking stick), he noticed that at his sides, following through the snow, seemed to be something moving. He continued forward, trying to discern what it was. What they were. There seemed to be more than one of them. Three if he was counting correctly. He moved with purpose through the path until he found a fork in it. Left or right.

    It was here that the creatures following him revealed themselves. Massive, ethereal canines circled stood meters from him, maintaining a distance but sniffing at him and staring daggers into him. Through him. They held their distance, which was so far a good thing. Tsubasa stayed completely still, unsure of exactly how he would get out of 'surrounded by wolves'. Finally, they seemed to break formation and head towards the right path. After a second, one of them looked back at Tsubasa then motioned towards that path, as they all walked towards it.

    “Are you gonna follow wolves?” Ahab asked incredulously.

    “I mean. Silver Wolves.” Tsubasa turned his head ever so slightly to make contact with his little green ally, “You think they got that name because they like silver?” He headed along the path, following them the remainder of the way. They never got too close to him, but seemed to guide him straight to the summit. “See? Good boys. And girls. Also I think there’s a puppy there. Let's see if we--”

    Ahab hissed into his ear. “I do not want to examine the wolves closer, Tsubasa. I am literally what they pick their teeth with.”

    “Fine, fine.” Tsubasa looked back at their guides, “Thanks wolves!” And waved at them. He set down the walking stick and walked through the barrier, feeling the warmth of the interior flow through him. As he glanced back, he could have sworn he saw the little ethereal puppy grab the walking stick he had been using.

    Walking into the warm and welcoming lobby, he looked around and said, “Excuse me? My name is Tsubasa Kageyama. From Kyukei Shrine near Talonia? This is Ahab. We're here to apply to be a Silver Wolf. Silver me up, please. Who do I talk to to get myself Wolfed?”

    WC: 848


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    If you stand for nothing...

    ... what will you fall for?
    Mercury Arseneault
    Mercury Arseneault

    Quality Badge Level 1- Quality Badge Level 2- Quality Badge Level 3- Player 
    Lineage : Gold Rush
    Position : None
    Posts : 405
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Experience : 497,884

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Gunblade Master
    Second Magic: Mecha Primordial Slayer
    Third Magic:

    They Don't Just Like Silver Empty Re: They Don't Just Like Silver

    Post by Mercury Arseneault 19th April 2020, 10:22 pm

    Mercury Banner
    Cunning is the art of concealing our own defects
    and discovering other peoples' weaknesses.
    Life had certainly found a way to make itself crazy over the last couple weeks.

    Mercury had only just returned from her impromptu trip to Bellum about a week ago, and her mind had been all over the place ever since. She had thoroughly enjoyed getting to meet Vandrad’s family, who welcomed her with open arms despite the fact that she’d crashed her rival’s engagement gala unannounced, uninvited, and horrifically out of dress code. Boy had the prince been shocked when she slipped out of the crowd, cutting to the front of the long line of ladies that wanted their minute or so of time to dance with the illusive man in nothing but ripped up jeans and a plain shirt with a rather vulgar print on it. She teased him from the start about the whole thing, wanting little more out of the venture than to be a pain in his ass and hold the revelation over his head that she knew his real identity that he’d been trying to keep secret in Fiore.

    But rather than being kicked out by his mother, the woman had been so impressed and amused by the Silver Wolf mage’s boldness, humor, and wit that she’d invited Mercury to stay. From there the entire trip had been one hell of a rollercoaster ride that she had not been prepared for. Vandrad’s family was overwhelmingly gracious and giving with their wealth, to the point where it had several times put Mercury in an awkward state of emotions that she’d never experienced before and just had zero idea how to handle. She still wasn’t entirely sure how she felt about them gifting her a vacation home on their palace island. Excited, but also quite a bit guilty as she earnestly felt that if the du Wolffs knew more about who she truly was that they would not like or trust her as much as they did now. And then there was everything with Vandrad himself who, up until that point, had always been a rival at best. Someone for Mercury to pick on and rile up. But somehow they had both reached the revelation that each of them valued the other’s place in their lives far more than anticipated…

    Well, she just wasn’t going to think about that.

    Instead, Mercury dove straight into denial about the fact that she was earnestly starting to make actual friends and caring about people, choosing to once again focus on work now that she was back home and not in the very confusing land of Bellum. She had quite a bit of research to do into the one doctor Patricia Reeves, who she and Vandrad both had discussed was hiding things. On top of that, she had a number of artifacts that had recently been brought in by some of the Hunters that needed to be diagnosed, categorized, identified, and analyzed for potential future uses. There was more than enough work to keep her busy and her mind occupied, which was more than fine with her.

    Deciding it was time for a break, Mercury left her small suite and made her way through the portion of the guildhall intended for the members and toward the area that was open to the public, keen on taking an hour or two to relax in one of the spas. As she passed through the lobby, which was full of both visiting guests and a small handful of Silver Wolf mages, she heard a voice speak up to draw attention to himself. He was a fair bit taller than her, with dark hair and brown eyes, wearing a hoodie that appeared to have a small mammalian creature of some kind perched inside of it. Everyone turned to him, the mild chatter in the room dying down as he introduced himself and his furred companion, mading his intentions known to hopefully join up with the guild.

    Though the specific way he’d worded it was what caught Mercury’s interest, and amusement, as he inquired as to the proper way to be “silvered up” and “get wolfed”. The woman smirked a bit, tilting her head in curiosity at him before her gaze panned around the room to see if any of her fellow aces were in the room. With no sight of Aspen, Theo, or the guild’s master Leona, she took it upon herself to handle the hopeful recruit. “That depends. What kind of wolfing are we talking about here?” she asked, the attention in the room shifting to where she stood, hand on a hip with a playful smirk on her face. “The kind where you wind up with a lot of bandages, or the kind that results in a snuggling pile of warm bodies? I’ll warn you, I’m significantly better at one over the other. I’ll let you guess which.”

    Most of the actual members of the guild laughed lightly at the comments, most of them knowing Mercury as a woman who was often both a tease and a flirt but also quite friendly. And since she was an ace, they knew she would handle the young man and get him the help he needed. So, as the rest of them got back to work, Mercury beckoned for Tsubasa to join her at an open sofa arrangement. She was a petite woman standing just over five feet with short lavender hair and vibrant emerald colored eyes. A rather trendy set of clothes adorned her person, neat and clean with a couple pouches strapped to her hips and one of her thighs.

    She extended him a dainty hand to shake by way of greeting. “My name is Mercury, one of the aces here. Welcome to Silver Wolf, Tsubasa. And… was it Ahab?” If he had taken the time to introduce his squirrely friend, Mercury would show the respect of acknowledging the creature as well. She couldn’t exactly give it a handshake, of course, and neither did she know whether it could talk or not, but the greeting was there all the same. Inviting him to sit, Mercury took a seat of her own on one of the sofas, crossing one leg over the other and sitting back comfortably rather than carrying any demeanor of straight laced professionalism.

    “So you wanna join us, eh? It’s a pretty great guild, not gonna lie. I quite enjoy it myself. Why don’t you tell me a bit about yourself, maybe what you know of the guild and what interests you about it? That way I know if I have to start from the top of what we’re all about or if I can gloss past things you already know.”

    WORDS: 1128/1128 | @Tsubasa Kageyama
    Serilda Sinclair



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    Tsubasa Kageyama
    Tsubasa Kageyama

    Main Account- Quality Badge Level 1- Quality Badge Level 2- Demon Slayer- Christian Minecraft Server- Achiever- Character Application Approved!- Magic Application Approved!- Obtain A Secondary Magic!- Complete Your First Job!- Obtain A Lineage!- Player 
    Lineage : Adventurer’s Spirit
    Position : None
    Posts : 232
    Guild : Silver Wolf
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Mentor : Mercury Arsenault
    Experience : 27,729

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Hodgepodge
    Second Magic: XVI Battle Suit
    Third Magic:

    They Don't Just Like Silver Empty Re: They Don't Just Like Silver

    Post by Tsubasa Kageyama 20th April 2020, 11:28 am

    It always struck Tsubasa that prominent people seemed to stand out in some way or another. Either they looked emo as fuck, super creepy, or hella attractive. It must’ve been how prominent people identified each other. His attention turned to hers the same as everyone else. “I mean the second one sounds terrifying but I’ve never had a real job before, I assume that’s just a part of retail work.” If he was phased by her implication, which he absolutely was, it only showed very slightly. The laughter from the others probably should have been either downright reassuring or downright menacing. Unfortunately due to his newness to the environment, it sent a chill equivalent to the exterior of the building down his spine.

    As the others dispersed to get back to work, he followed the woman to some sofas and set aside his backpack as they arrived. Vertically attached to it was what seemed like a skateboard sans wheels, with the underside adorned in a thin, silver metal. The young man himself was closer to six feet, though clearly still a minor. He had on a light blue hoodie which seemed to have already dried off from the snowy barrage outside. It covered whatever casually amusing T-shirt that teens seemed to wear literally all the time. His jeans and shoes were unremarkable, except to say that his shoes seemed to be reinforced for running. Not cleats, not exactly, but definitely designed to take advantage of someone moving with great speed.

    Taking her hand politely but not daintily, he shook it as his father had taught him. Women aren’t made of glass, he’d been told, and it was painfully clear that this lady was certainly deserving of respect. “Uh yes, Tsubasa Kageyama. Please call me Tsubasa. My LacTube handle is TsuKo. I’ve got over two million subscribers so maybe you’ve… heard of me.” Realizing this would fall on deaf ears to an actual adult, he trailed off into silence.

    It was here that his little green friend picked up the slack, “And I’m Ahab.” He stood up straight on Tsubasa’s shoulder, giving an adorable little salute before falling back into the hoodie. He was definitely a pudgy little creature. “I’m a flying squirrel and the brains of the operation. Also the muscle, really. He’s just my transportation and personal chef.”

    “Hey,” Tsubasa murmured, taking the invitation to sit. His manner of sitting was somewhere between someone who was in a job interview, and someone who had heard of how you’re supposed to sit when in a job interview. It didn’t seem comfortable. “Uh well I was doing a lot of research about guilds. And this one seems to share a lot of values as myself. Going on adventurers and discovering stuff, finding out more of how things work and all that. Protecting important things and I think I saw that there’s research that happens here too? That sounds really nice. And I do believe.. that antiquities… and such like... I um…” He cleared his throat, “Sorry I’m not like, the most elekwent person or whatever, but I was looking at like Fairy Tail and they seem to be a little too… open and then some other guilds didn’t seem to fit me and all of the legal guilds require uniforms and I’m really not about that.”

    “Silver Wolf seems to be a place where I can contribute, while going on adventurers and learning more about stuff. And that’s what I’m all about. I wanna learn more about magic, how to get better at it, and anything else related to it. I wanna join people who I can go on adventures with. And I wanna enjoy it. And I’m a really good cook. My mom taught me.” After a brief pause, he added, “I swear I’m not as immature as I sound.”

    WC:640/1488


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    If you stand for nothing...

    ... what will you fall for?
    Mercury Arseneault
    Mercury Arseneault

    Quality Badge Level 1- Quality Badge Level 2- Quality Badge Level 3- Player 
    Lineage : Gold Rush
    Position : None
    Posts : 405
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Experience : 497,884

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Gunblade Master
    Second Magic: Mecha Primordial Slayer
    Third Magic:

    They Don't Just Like Silver Empty Re: They Don't Just Like Silver

    Post by Mercury Arseneault 20th April 2020, 3:55 pm

    Mercury Banner
    Cunning is the art of concealing our own defects
    and discovering other peoples' weaknesses.
    This kid was funny, and Mercury appreciated it. He quickly bantered back with her, stating how the pile of warm snuggling bodies sounded much more terrifying than the option that might involve bloodshed, stating how he figured it was just a common hazard of working in retail. Mercury’s smirk spread to a grin, clearly pleased by his wit and humor, before she had him follow her over to a place they could sit and chat. With him he carried a backpack that had some kind of device attached to the outside of it, a board of sorts. Mercury had never seen anything like it before, though her penchant for anything technology related certainly caused the item to catch her interest. She could ask about it later, though.

    He took her hand firmly, which didn’t seem to bother or faze her. Tsubasa a bit nervously reintroduced himself, this time also spouting off his LacTube handle and the number of subscribers he had to it, his voice trailing off at the end of the sentence as if he’d come to the conclusion that the information probably wouldn’t interest her. Really, Mercury wasn’t that much older than the young man. By Earthland standards, she’d only been an adult for about four years. But even then, she was actually heavily into technology and the lacrinet, usually spending most of her evenings browsing sites both for research and recreation.

    The little green creature being able to talk was new. Mercury hadn’t run into any animals that could talk on Earthland so it was certainly a bit of a surprise. Then again, she’d quickly had to come to grips with the fact that this planet was nearly a complete polar opposite of the place she’d come from, and there would probably be no end to the wonders she’d run into. Thankfully, she’d learned from a young age not to let her true thoughts and emotions show on the surface, so any surprise she felt was hidden beneath a very convincing layer of ease and acceptance. The green furred squirrel let Mercury know that he was the smart one of their little duo, as well as the muscle. Really, Tsubasa was just there to help with transportation and food. It drew a chuckle from the lavender haired woman as she sat down across from them. “Hey, we all need someone to fill that role in our lives. Mine’s shorter and a lot more grumpy, though.”

    “So, you’re on LacTube, huh?” she asked him, looking genuinely interested. Mercury shifted so she could reach into one of the many pouches on her hip, pulling out a small black tablet. She flicked it on and pulled up the website in question, searching in the username he’d given her. “Yep, there you are! Wow, you’re definitely getting up there in popularity. I’ll have to check out some of your stuff later.” Her finger traced over the screen to hit the button that would allow her to subscribe to him. Then, she put the device away and gave him her full attention while he went into a little more detail about what he knew regarding the guild and what made it appealing to him.

    Tsubasa told her that he’d been looking into most of the available guilds in the region, but none seemed to fit his interests as well as Silver Wolf did. From the way he talked, it sounded as though he had a bit of an adventurous spirit, someone who liked to get out and see the world and all its wonders and treasures. It immediately reminded her a bit of Theo, and she couldn’t help but think that this new kid and the other Silver Wolf ace would probably get along quite well. When the young man felt he was starting to ramble a bit, he apologized and explained he wasn’t exactly eloquent before going on to explain that some of the other guilds just weren’t ideal for him for this or that reason, with uniforms being a big factor in his decision against some of the others.

    Mercury grinned. “I’m right with you there, champ, don’t worry.” It was the only interjection she offered for the time being, keen on letting him finish his self introduction and what he was looking for. Ideally, it seemed he wanted to be a part of a place where he could actually contribute about things that interested him, as well as learn more about becoming a better mage. He was looking for a place of like minded people that he could connect with, learn from, and work alongside in a capacity that was both meaningful and enjoyable. That, and his mother had taught him how to be a good cook.

    He quickly insisted as an afterthought that he wasn’t as immature as he sounded, which earned him another amused chuckle. “Complete maturity is boring anyway,” Mercury informed him with an impish smirk. “You can relax, though. This is hardly an interview so much as a conversation just to discuss what you’re looking for and what you know of us. And frankly, from what you’ve said already it does sound like we’re a pretty good fit for you. You’re right on the money about what we strive for: Finding, researching, and preserving items, languages, and artifacts of magical, technological, historical, and cultural significance. A lot of times that also happens to involve a fair bit of treasure hunting, which is always fun.”

    “So I guess I’ll just go over some of the information that was relayed to me when I first joined. Let you make an informed decision for what you want to do and what we expect of our members. We’ve got three branches: Hunters, Defenders, and Scholars. Eventually you’ll join one of these branches, but you don’t have to make that decision right away. Essentially, Hunters primarily focus on going out in the field and getting their hands on artifacts and such to bring back to the guild hall where the Scholars then research and analyze them for a variety of purposes. Defenders are tasked with keeping the guildhall and its members safe. These branches tend to overlap all the time though, so if you join a branch it won’t stop you from being able to help out in the other fields if you want.”

    “There are two other aces besides myself. Sometimes you’ll hear members refer to us as “betas”. Each of us heads one of the three branches. Our guildmaster is Leona Jarnefeldt. If you decide you want to join, I’m sure you’ll meet them sooner rather than later. They all keep a keen interest in the members, especially new recruits.” For now Mercury didn’t get into the details of who the other aces were or what branches everyone was in charge of, not wanting to overwhelm the young man too much with information. At least, not with stuff that wouldn’t be much of a determining factor on whether he chose to join up. If he asked she'd give him the information, but otherwise she’d rather stay focused on the basics for now, and the rest he could learn later.

    She stretched a bit in her seat, slouching a little further back and getting more comfortable. “Really, our biggest expectation is just that our members not do anything to draw any negative attention from people like the Magic Council and the Rune Knights. We’re not a legal guild, but since we usually don’t cause any trouble and tend to mind our own business, the Council more or less lets us do what we want. We like it that way, and try to stay away from violence and the like unless it’s necessary to protect our members or our goals. We’re real big here on loyalty to the pack, so to speak. But that’s really about it. Outside of that we let you do what you want.”

    WORDS: 1340/2468 | @Tsubasa Kageyama
    Serilda Sinclair



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    Tsubasa Kageyama
    Tsubasa Kageyama

    Main Account- Quality Badge Level 1- Quality Badge Level 2- Demon Slayer- Christian Minecraft Server- Achiever- Character Application Approved!- Magic Application Approved!- Obtain A Secondary Magic!- Complete Your First Job!- Obtain A Lineage!- Player 
    Lineage : Adventurer’s Spirit
    Position : None
    Posts : 232
    Guild : Silver Wolf
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Mentor : Mercury Arsenault
    Experience : 27,729

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Hodgepodge
    Second Magic: XVI Battle Suit
    Third Magic:

    They Don't Just Like Silver Empty Re: They Don't Just Like Silver

    Post by Tsubasa Kageyama 21st April 2020, 11:27 am

    Despite not expecting her to care about LacTube at all, she first surprised him by actually subscribing to him. He gave an appreciative, if a little shy, smile and nodded as they continued. She seemed to be genuinely listening to him, which was comforting and allowed him to relax in his seat a little. Interestingly, it seemed that even his subconscious movement always accounted for Ahab. When he leaned back, he adjusted his arm so the little critter could slide down, or he made sure his hood was adjusted in such a way that his tiny pal could see the situation as well.

    He smiled at her chuckle. She had a nice laugh. As she started to go into what may have been a prepared spiel, he took out a little notebook and began scrawling as she spoke, keeping his attention on her while his hand seemed to move freely. Interestingly, what he was writing was a mixture of words and drawings. His attention was rapt and the note taking was seemingly a part of his intake strategy. For example, for her notes about the three branches, he drew an arrow, a shield and a pencil rather than write out the words for the three, then took miniature notes underneath each of them.

    Every once in a moment he would nod to signal that he was listening but otherwise remained silent during the introduction. As she drew to a close, he gave an eager nod with a genuine smile dawning on his face. “I understand, thank you for the explanation, Miss Mercury.” He motioned to the notebook and said, “This is just so I can remember all the uh… particulars and stuff. Right now I’m nervous and I might forget stuff and it’s easier to just take notes than ask the same questions several times.” As he flipped the notebook closed and hid it in his pocket, the hoodie didn’t seem to bulge at all. It was almost like sliding it in there made it disappear.

    “Um before I decide I'd like to... Sorry, lemme just—“ He gestured to Ahab and said, “Consult my associate.” He looked at Ahab and, in a bit of a stage whisper, said, “See, I told you they didn’t just like silver. It's like a brand. The pack thing, the alpha and the betas, and it’s all about loyalty. And researching stuff. That could be fun, right?”

    “I mean I never said you were wrong,” Ahab responded, “But whatever. I think this is the one for us. I wanna join this guild. Let’s join. See if they have any squirrel sized guild marks.”

    “See,” Tsubasa said, in a chastising tone, “Now if I accept, it’ll seem like I’m listening to the squirrel. Did you think about that?”

    “The squirrel gives good advice,” Ahab said, shrugging his shoulders in an 'it can't be helped' style before crossing his little arms. He looked away and closed his eyes as though the matter was settled.

    "You're lucky I agree with you." Tsubasa looked back up at Mercury, “Thank you for your patience, ma'am. With all due respect, I wanna get Wolfed.”

    WC: 523/2018


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    If you stand for nothing...

    ... what will you fall for?
    Mercury Arseneault
    Mercury Arseneault

    Quality Badge Level 1- Quality Badge Level 2- Quality Badge Level 3- Player 
    Lineage : Gold Rush
    Position : None
    Posts : 405
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Experience : 497,884

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Gunblade Master
    Second Magic: Mecha Primordial Slayer
    Third Magic:

    They Don't Just Like Silver Empty Re: They Don't Just Like Silver

    Post by Mercury Arseneault 23rd April 2020, 2:33 pm

    Mercury Banner
    Cunning is the art of concealing our own defects
    and discovering other peoples' weaknesses.
    She was pleasantly surprised to see Tsubasa take out a notepad and start writing on it, taking notes of the information that she was giving him -- albeit in a strange fashion that was a mix between writing words and drawing symbols. Studious little thing, Mercury thought to herself with amusement. She had a hunch based on that behavior alone that he would probably excel the most in the Scholar branch, but the decision was up to him and she didn’t intend on influencing him one way or another. It was for him to decide where his place was in the Pack, not hers.

    He seemed pleased by all the information she’d given him, which was a sight nicer than the wide eyed nervousness that a lot of other new members gave in response to everything. Personally, Mercury didn’t think it was all that much to take it. But then again, her brain was quite literally a computer, so she had an easier and quicker time processing data and storing it for recollection later. He even thanked her afterward and explained that he was taking notes because he was nervous and didn’t want to forget anything. Mercury smiled. “It’s quite alright. Do what you need to.”

    When the younger man requested a moment to speak with his “associate” regarding their decision, she nodded and busied herself with her tablet again, content to mind her own business while they chatted. Granted, it was nearly impossible to hear the humorous conversation word for word. Even if they were whispering, they weren’t sitting that far apart and Mercury’s hearing was rather sharp given her status as a slayer.

    Eventually they finished up and Tsubasa looked to her and confirmed that they had agreed to complete the process of getting “wolfed”. A large grin spread across her face. “Alright, then! Let’s get you two stamped. After that I’ll give you a quick tour of the place and we’ll get a room assigned to you.” She stood up and beckoned for him to follow her into one of the rooms attached to the lobby where there were some supplies readily available for the Aces and Leona. Pulling out the magical device that allowed them to grant new members their guild marks, she would ask them both where they wanted their stamps -- and yes, there were even smaller stamps available for tiny members like Ahab. Setting their desired colors, she’d magically set the wolf shaped mark onto their bodies where they asked. “Congratulations. You’ve officially been wolfed,” she told them with a smirk and a playful wink.

    “Let’s go show you around your new home, shall we?”

    WORDS: 452/2920 | @Tsubasa Kageyama
    Serilda Sinclair



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