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    Ling
    Ling

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    Lineage : Eternal Warlord
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    Post by Ling on 29th October 2020, 10:21 pm



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    It takes grace to remain kind in cruel situations



    He left a bouquet pretty pink roses at their doorstep—the ones leading into the Silver Wolf guildhall on top of the Phoenix Mountain. In floral language, pink roses were a symbol of gratitude, or more specifically, gratitude for being understood. He left them there hoping that someone would find it and think of him when they did. Not because he hoped that someone would miss him, or someone would feel a loss when they realized that it was him who left those flowers at their doorstep, but because he finally left that mountaintop without turning back that time, and he didn't say anything to them before he did. He spent all morning finding the prettiest of pink roses, neatly bundled them up with a tight string, and left them there, hoping that they'd say all the things that he couldn't. 'Thank you for letting me stay here' is what he wanted to say. 'Thank you for putting up with me' is what he was feeling, but like so many other things, he didn't have the strength nor the courage to tell them any of that. He found Pimwadee and bid a shy and choked farewell, but he couldn't find Mathis or Poppi before he decided to leave. Maybe it was selfish of him to leave like that, without giving a proper goodbye. Maybe he was too full of himself for thinking that flowers could make up for everything they've done for him—and it was so much, even if they hadn't realized it. Maybe he shouldn't have ever left in the first place. His head could understand all of the things he could've done better, but his heart just couldn't accept staying there, being dead weight. All he did was take up space and breathe air. Every day felt like one step forward and two steps back until his insightful encounter with Dagda in Sakuramori.

    He had almost died that day, along with that huge unit of a man, and yet the words he shared with Ling after that encounter left him believing that he wouldn't have lived a life with no regrets if he didn't leave Silver Wolf and come here today. He shared with him a beautiful vision of preserving the delicate balance of all life, and even though he had only met one guild since his home was destroyed, it felt so different. Ling had always shared those same values and dreams of peace, even though for the longest time, it felt like he was the only one because he was the only one. He lived alone for most of his life. Then there was Pimwadee, and Mathis, and now Dagda. He felt like if he didn't take this chance and participated in a vision that he so wholeheartedly resonated with, that he'd be doing himself and his family a huge disservice. It already began to feel like his greatest regret if he had stayed. He had to go and meet these like-minded people... and yet it was so tragically difficult.

    This is amazing... Ling thought to himself in awe, staring up into the sky at the enormous ship hovering above a beautiful lake. He was wearing his usual white cloak, covering most of his body as he swung in the gentle breeze, hiding the pretty boyish face, blonde hair, and stunning emerald eyes hidden in the shade of his white veil. On one hand, Ling was holding one of the flyers that were scattered all over Fiore right now, holding it like some precious thing as he looked up at the hovering ship. Ling couldn't read or write, so he had to travel through towns and villages and ask people to translate it for him, and give him oral directions on how to get to where the flyer said to go. Needless to say, someone as easily embarrassed and comically shy as Ling felt like he was asked to do the impossible—talk to people. Even more than that, he had more exposure to towns and cities than he had ever had before, and he was mentally drained from all that navigation.

    Whatever the case, he was here now, but that refreshed feeling of awe and wonder quickly wore off when he saw people some meters away step into a pod. It was full of people, and he couldn't really make out any faces from where he was. If today was going to go the way he thought it would, they would probably end up as his guildmates. He would have to talk to them eventually, but... maybe not now. Suddenly, seeing such a huge group of people felt terrifying and daunting on his already dwindling mental state. So, instead, he stepped onto the pod nearest to him, which was empty. It closed and began to ascend to the ship he was fawning over just now, and played a little message amidst his quiet panic.

    "Dagda is probably up there... oh God... oh geez... I should've brought him flowers as thanks! What is wrong with me?! Stupid, stupid, stupid—" Ling suddenly pulled his hood all the way over his face and gently banged his head against the pod walls, chanting 'stupid, stupid, stupid' to himself over and over until an automated message began to play within the cell, frightening him so bad that he froze and went pale. "—?!!?!"

    "Welcome to the S.S. Endeavor! Thank you for your interest in today’s banquet event. We will be departing shortly for the top tier of the ship and will be landing in the Arborium, where the banquet will be held. There is food and refreshments available once we arrive."

    When Ling realized that it was just an automated message, a sigh of relief flooded out his mouth as he slowly regained composure. Well, tried. As the pod approached the ship more and more, it was beginning to feel like a time where you signed up for a school talent show, and while it sounded great on paper and you had no issues with signing up for it, the moment you had to step onto the stage in front of all of your peers, you could feel your confidence crumble into a million little pieces. He already had to talk to so many people just to find his way here, and now he was going to have to face even more.

    Well, by the time Ling was wallowing in his panic, the pod had finally docked onto the ship, and there was nowhere left to go but out of it and into the Arborium. When he did, he was once again stricken with awe and wonder as he was surrounded by nature and forestry. It felt like... home, almost. Even more, there was a fountain, tables with food on them, and more importantly—Dagda.There was a lot to take in, but as he fixed his gaze onto Dagda and made his way into the clearing, so much more came into view.

    Ling's heart lifted nearly out of his chest when he saw none other than Mathis and Poppi there was Dagda, the man and companion who had taught him a thing or two about reading and writing while he was still at Silver Wolf. A million questions ran through his head when he saw that stoic man, but the only thing that showed on his face were tears running down his face and dripping off his chin like a wet cloth.

    "M-Ma-Mat...!" Ling called out to him, walking over to the group like a lost puppy who had found its beloved once again. When he walked up to him, he couldn't even finish his name before wrapping his thin arms around Mathis from behind, squeezing him in a gingered embrace, smooshing the side of his hooded, sobbing face into his back. You could hear his small, gentle and yet rupturing sniffles when suddenly he shifted his wet, tearful gaze to Poppi, moving from Mathis over to her and wrapping himself around her in the same mushy hug. "P-Poppi...!"

    Although it was sort of cute, Ling's face was smothered with tears, and frankly he was sort of impervious to his bashful tendencies at the moment, and Dagda wasn't safe from the sobbing blonde either, even though their meeting was completely anticipated. Ling just felt like crying even harder when he saw that tragically tall man before him and went in to hug him as well, burying his face into that impossibly large and broad chest of his. "D-Dag... Dagd...!" Ling sniffled and continued to bury his face, "I'm here...! But... I...! Mmmph! Huh...?"

    When Ling was looking up and around at all the people he just broke down in tears in front of, he caught glimpse of another curious individual seated just nearby. He had two hair colors split down the middle of his head, and more than that, he looked like he had just gotten mugged. It had nothing to do with him, and Ling didn't know who he was, but seeing this stranger in that state... his heart shattered again, and suddenly he was sobbing twice as hard when he saw it and registered that this guy was hurt.

    "Ish hwe gonnuh DIE?" Ling began to panic, still holding onto Dagda and looking at that man at the table, all forms of speech breaking down into something between weeping and confusion, slurring his words together as the overwhelming emotion took over. It really did look like a puppy having a happy, anxiety-induced meltdown. "I'm sho sorry, mister...! I'm so sorry...!"

    What was Ling apologizing for? It wasn't really certain. But needless to say, Ling was easy to cry.


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    Pimwadee
    Pimwadee

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    Post by Pimwadee on 5th November 2020, 5:54 pm

    If the wind in my sail on the sea stays behind me
    One day I'll know, if I go there's just no telling how far I'll go
    Pimwadee Chakri


    Travelling in the Pod was a surreal experience for the Lhukian girl, ships she was used to, even cars but this was on an entirely different level. The technology used to make such a fascinating piece of machinery function was well was beyond comprehension, Pimwadee could only guess how much studying went into learning how to create such a means of travel. Engineering and technology weren't exactly in her field of expertise, but it was certainly something she was interested in knowing more about.

    As the Pod reached the ship, Pimwadee stepped out onto the deck of the huge machine. Her eyes were wide with awe and her mouth left open after an audible gasp. It was just so magnificent, unlike anything she had ever seen before. The girl wandered across the threshold, trying to take it all in. This would be her new home for the foreseable, an exciting prospect at that. But at the present moment perhaps, what was more exciting was the delicious smells that filled her nostrils.

    Food!

    Always eager to explore new cuisine, the girl sought out of the source of the exquisite scents and found sight of a buffet table. With an eager squeak, she rushed over. Grabbing a plate she began to put herself a small pile of things to try. After all she was here to fulfil her personal dreams as well as explore and get to know people and what better way to do so than by sharing a plateful of food!




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    Aliannah
    Aliannah

    Omen Angel


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    Post by Aliannah on 9th November 2020, 11:44 pm





    Through The Soul
    Does the Power of Rebirth Lay


    Aliannah didn't know what to expect when she showed up to the place where the poster had said the new guild was meeting. Maybe a group of people in a large building, chatting away, you would only have to push open the doors in order to step inside. Maybe it was like when she joined The Fiore Trading Company where she hopped aboard a ship initially as a pirate crew which then the team eventually turned into a trading company.

    However, she could only hope her new introduction was better than her last. Her headphones were in as she approached the pod that she assumed would take her to the ship above. The ship itself was interesting. She had done her fair share of research on ships given the guild that she had previously been in, she would have to ask about this one later.

    With a grumble the girl slid her headphones off her head so that they lay at her neck. It would probably be bad to have the first impression of her being unapproachable. She wanted to make friends, unfortunately she was just really bad at it. Though she knew that once she did make a friend she would give the world to them. A smile spread across her features as she reminisced about Elias. He was her best friend for the longest of times. But he needed to go off on his own adventure and she understood that. She could only hope that she had been able to help him get to his feet. But he had grown so much that there really was no need for her to worry.

    There didn't seem to be other people around as the pod came back down. It seemed to have just take a couple of other people up tho. It was a little comforting to think that she wouldn't be the only one there. That would've been hella awkward.

    Biting onto her bottom lip the girl stepped into the pod. The doors closed behind her and while maybe she could fly, the motion of the pod made her a little sick. Maybe it was the fact that she wasn't the one in control but likely once you learn to fly yourself its strange to have something else fly for you?

    Upon taking a couple steps out of the pod the girl found herself behind someone else. They seemed in awe of the ship before the wandered off, assumingly in search of the food, its sent permeating the air. It smelled really good. She wouldn't mind eating considering the fact that no matter what she ate she never gained any weight. It was nice to be able to eat whatever she wanted whenever she wanted.

    Looking around the rest of the ship there were several other people scattered about there were some familiar faces that she likely recognized. Raising her voice just slightly so that she could be heard the girl began to call out to the woman with the darker said, thinking it was someone who she knew. But it wasn't and the blonde managed to catch her voice in her throat before she could really make a fool of herself. But she was too far gone to backtrack now. "Hi, I'm Aliannah. You look really familiar, have we met somewhere before?" The blonde couldn't shake off the feeling like she had seen this person before. Or someone who looked really similar to them. Maybe she would get it, but it just wasn't popping to her head. Maybe they hadn't interacted that much, but she had seen them in passing. That was probably likely.


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    Cassiti Calixte
    Cassiti Calixte

    Player 
    Lineage : Pony Link
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    Guild : Meliora Vitae
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    Mentor : Louie
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    Post by Cassiti Calixte on 18th November 2020, 9:59 pm

     
      balance
    is not something you find. It is created.  
     
     
     
     
     
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    @Icarus
     
     
     
    There were so many people it was hard for Cassiti to keep track of everything. It was a bit awkward standing there and waiting for something to happen, but she did take some comfort in the knowledge that she wasn’t the only one doing so. Her stand was obviously on the shy side, at least to anyone that was good at reading such things, with one arm hanging gently at her side while the other was loosely crossed over her chest, gently and almost self consciously rubbing the first arm. A quick, passive read of the assortment of auras in the area relaxed her a bit, reassuring her that nearly everyone present -- or at least, those she could read -- had kinder natures.

    In fact, it seemed that one of them was approaching her. Cassi turned just in time to see a young man step up beside her. He was quite handsome, with blonde colored hair that was a little on the shaggy side, and a unique shade of golden colored eyes she’d never seen before. More interesting was the large, crimson colored wings that rested at his back. She had never seen or heard of any human with such appendages. In fact, the only beings she’d ever heard of that sported such things were creatures of divine natures. His aura washed over her like gentle brook waters trickling along river rocks, light and carefree in its course and nature. He greeted her with a friendly wave and a smile that brought a slight blush to her cheeks, though it would thankfully be hard to see that given how dark her skin was.

    He introduced himself as Icarus, and admitted that the horse she’d arrived on had caught his attention due to her wings and how he was a fan of them. “Her name eez Kismet,” she told the young man, returning his easy smile with a small but genuine one of her own. She had a deep voice that was rich with a thick accent that was just about as exotic as the rest of her. As she continued to speak, her words came slowly, though that seemed to be more out of her own understanding that many people found her speech hard to understand. Thus, she’d taken up speaking more carefully in order to avoid having to be awkwardly asked to repeat herself. “I ahm naht shoor where she came frohm. She found me a few deeyz ahgo and has stayed wit’ me evar since.”

    Realizing she’d been caught a bit off guard by this man and his charming approach, it dawned on her that she’d gotten so focused on answering his question that she’d forgotten to introduce herself in return. Fighting back another blush, she straightened herself up and crossed both of her arms over her chest, her fists resting against either shoulder as she bowed to him respectfully. “I ahm Cassiti Calixte. Please forgeeve me if dis is a rood question, but I haev nevahr met a parson wit’ wings before. Ahr you an angel..?” It was almost a mirrored conversation to the one she’d had when first meeting Dagda, who had initially thought Cassiti was a goddess the first time they’d met. But, given her faith and how strongly tied she was to the divine, it wasn’t something she could really keep herself from asking, if only so she knew if she needed to be treating him with higher deference.

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    Dagda
    Dagda

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    Lineage : Warrior's Heart
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    Post by Dagda on 18th November 2020, 10:23 pm


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    People started arriving on the Arborium from the pods. With each one that joined, Dagda could only grow more excited. There were so many, more than he could have dreamed. Many kept to themselves upon stepping onto the deck, but several others engaged in conversation with those around them. Chatter filled the air, accompanying the songs of the many birds that inhabited the Arborium.

    Dagda himself was approached by a man with reddish hair in casual wear, who extended his hand and introduced himself as Kyran. The titan shook his hand, listening with a friendly smile as he spoke excitedly about the S.S. Endeavor. “Welcome, Kyran. Yes, I am Dagda. The Endeavor truly is a wonder,” he agreed, glancing at the stone beneath his feet. The inner workings of the ship were a complex tangle of technology and magic. He was so lucky to have a friend like Percy who had the skill and knowledge to get it up and running. “As far as I’m aware, it’s one of a kind.” Considering it was made by a member of his race, perhaps the only other one to visit Earthland, there was a dismal chance of there being a copy of the ship out there.

    Another man with white hair and a seemingly stoic air about him approached. He seemed to know Kyran already. After greeting the redhead, he had turned to Dagda, introducing himself as Mathis Lora. His manner of speaking and what the titan could only assume was some sort of formality added to both his and Kyran’s names was unusual. He’d never heard anything like it before. “Mathis, welcome,” Dagda greeted. “After the banquet, I’ll take anyone on a tour of the ship that would like to.” The thought of someone other than Percy getting into the ship’s systems made him a little uneasy. The titan felt protective of the Endeavor. It was the symbol of his and Percy’s hard work. He felt an attachment to the vessel, the fact that it was made by another Marmor was a little taste of home he couldn’t stand to lose.

    “Er… perhaps in the future you could see it more in depth,” he added with a nod. He couldn’t blame the man for being curious. Mathis probably wasn’t the only one who was wondering how the ship worked. It was not every day that people saw a giant airship shaped like a whale in the sky.

    A mass of sobs, tears, and blonde hair wrapped in a white cloak collided with Mathis. The person wrapped their arms around him in a hug, muffled sniffling reaching Dagda’s ears. His brow furrowed in concern at the sound of crying. Was this person okay? Hopefully those were happy tears. That cloak looked familiar, but the titan didn’t realize who it was until they had moved on to Mathis’ companion.

    “Ling!” Dagda cheered with a smile on his face as the tearful young man wrapped him in a hug too. He gave Ling a few comforting pats on his back. The two had met not too long ago in Sakuramori. Both ended up almost being eaten by some carnivorous fairies but had bonded over their near-death experience. Like a few other people, Ling was someone that Dagda had spoken to about the guild before the flyers had been sent out. The young man had seemed like someone who was passionate - proven again by the happy tears that now soaked Dagda’s shirt - and held similar values. The titan knew he would be an asset to the guild should it come to fruition.

    Ling had caught sight of Percy sitting nearby and asked if he was going to die. The sobbing had escalated tenfold with the question. “Oh, no, Percy will be fine,” Dagda reassured the blonde, but in part was comforting his own worries. “He’s a tough guy.”

    After some more talking and attempts to calm Ling down, Dagda knew it was time to address his guests. Everyone who was here had come with an intent to at least listen to what the guild he wanted to start was about. Their time was valuable and he didn’t want them to become too restless. Hopefully after he was done speaking, most of them would want to join.

    “Excuse me.” With a slight bow, Dagda took his leave from the little group he had been conversing with. Stepping towards the podium once more, he stopped and took a sip of the water in his glass. The cool liquid helped him clear his head a bit. In his younger years, he had learned over time how to address others as a leader. Certainly he wasn’t the most eloquent with his words, but he still knew how to get the point across.

    Stepping up to the podium, he turned to face everyone. Dark eyes scanned the crowd, taking all the people in. Besides Ling, he was pleasantly surprised to see another familiar face. Cassiti Calixte hung at the edge of the clearing, having just dismounted from a gorgeous flying horse. They had met a while back in Minstrel. She’d healed the same horse he was trying to save, and after speaking to the young woman, he knew their paths had to cross again. That day, he’d spoken to her about the guild he planned to make, just as he was about to address the people before him now. At the time, she’d seemed unsure. To see her here today was a relief.

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    Clearing his throat, Dagda began. “Welcome!” he called out. The giant man’s voice was deep and powerful enough that he had no need for a microphone. “If you’d all settle down for a few minutes, I’d like to say some words before we dig in.” A grin crossed his face as he gestured to the tables full of food. He’d been too excited to eat earlier, so the sight of the food reminded him of his empty stomach. This might have to be a quick speech after all.

    “Thank you all for coming. It’s truly a pleasure to see so many people here, I’m sure most of you were brought by the flyers, but if you stumbled here by accident you’re more than welcome too!” Dagda’s booming laugh filled the clearing. “Though I see some familiar faces, for those of you who I haven’t met yet, my name is Dagda MacLean. I’m glad to welcome you all the S.S. Endeavor as the Captain of this ship, and hopefully will welcome you to Meliora Vitae. This ship is what started it all. Since it came into my possession, I knew it was the perfect hub for a guild to run out of. This place will serve as a base of operations. As you may have noticed, there’s a giant forest around us.” He gestured to the lush greenery around the clearing. “This is the Arborium. These trees and plants are what fuels the ship, they take in carbon dioxide and put out oxygen that the ship takes in and uses as fuel. They are the very life of the ship, so please treat them with respect.”

    “I’m sure those of you who saw the flyers know the gist of what Meliora Vitae is. People and nature must live in a delicate balance so one does not overtake the other. Our overall goal is to preserve this harmony, whether that be between nature and humans or the magical and the mortal. Since I came to Earthland, I’ve seen many places where there is no balance, no compassion. People and natural places wrought with chaos and greed and pain. It’s disheartening. I was raised to give equal to what you take from nature, to help preserve it so that future generations may continue to live in harmony with it.”

    Taking a deep breath with a determined look on his face, Dagda continued. “Thus, our goals will be these: to protect natural environments, to heal and relocate animals, to eliminate threatening animals, and to preserve balance and harmony above all else. Of course, each situation may be different and there may be smaller and more specific objectives that come along. These will be achieved by two branches within the guild. Rehabilitation and Research branch will do just as the name suggests, helping displaced animals and gathering information about various life and ecosystems. Relocation and Dispatch will be the more hands-on, dangerous work. This involves removing threats and stepping in to restore harmony, even if that means by force. These two branches and the guild as a whole will work together.”

    “So to those of you who hold these same values and would like to strive for these same goals, I humbly request that you join in this endeavor. Preserving balance is a purpose too big for just one man, and as a guild our impact could be much grander.” Reaching into the pocket of his pants, Dagda withdrew a sleek black box. Popping it open, he grabbed the item inside and held it up for everyone to see. It was a stamp, magically enhanced to place a lasting guild mark upon the skin. The rubber was carved carefully into the shape of two mirrored koi fish in the Yin Yang symbol.

    Pulling down his shirt off his left shoulder, Dagda placed the stamp against the skin of his bicep ceremoniously. With a pulse of magic energy and a slight glow the stamp had done its work. When he removed it from his arm, there sat a fresh koi fish mark in a shining white.

    “If you intend to join Meliora Vitae, please come forth and receive a guild stamp,” Dagda requested, pulling his shirt back over his shoulder. “When you’ve received one, feel free to socialize and explore! I’ll give a tour of the ship’s interior later. Oh, and eat, eat to your heart’s content! This is a celebration after all!” he cheered, his face overtaken by an infectious smile.




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    Percy
    Percy

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    Post by Percy on 20th November 2020, 4:08 am

    Several blonde people seemed to arrive within a short period. One had wings, one was sobbing and seemed overly worried about Percy's condition, and yet another was a woman with long hair. Two darker-haired and complected women were also present, one talking to the winged man and the other wasting no time getting right to the food. He didn't blame her. It smelled delicious. If he'd had much of an appetite, he might have been quick to snack as well. It'd give him something better to do than sit alone at the table and worry strangers with his appearance.

    There was quite a diverse crowd of people on this deck ready to embark on a new journey. To Percy, it was nerve-wracking to think that, presumably, most people here were strangers about to commit to interacting with one another without the slightest idea how everything would work out. Fairy Tail probably started out the same way, but it had existed long before the Dagger tried to fit himself in there. It was more secure, like joining a family. He had no doubt this would become the same, but he wondered how many growing pains it'd have to go through before it settled into a familiar rhythm. Maybe it was a little pessimistic to expect issues, but Percy had never been known for his optimism concerning unknown variables.

    People watching was interesting enough, but soon his attention would focus more directly on his friend as he began his official speech. He idly wondered how long he'd practiced the words he spoke. They sounded so confident and strong. If Percy had been up there, he'd likely have been a stuttering mess. He wasn't the public speaking type, but at least he'd learned to present his research and projects to people without making too much of a fool of himself. Anything outside of that, though, he knew he'd
    either freeze or sound like a broken-down vehicle.

    Once it was finished and it was time to offer the official stamps, Percy wearily rose from his seat to join the line. He'd at least get near the front since he was seated so close. Upon reaching the titan, Percy would offer a smile. "You did it, Dag. Good job," he said, rolling up the right sleeve of his T-shirt so he could get his stamp. There wasn't much room on the shoulder because of the cast, so it'd have to basically be a shoulder cap. "I hope there's enough room," he said with a duck of his head, a little self-conscious of his condition. It seemed there was though, because the magic stamp was soon placed on his skin in a brilliant red hue. "Thanks for having me," the young man said quietly, quickly taking his leave. It wouldn't be polite to hold up the long line for a chat. Retreating back to his seat as quickly as the leg brace would allow, he sat down once more. His shoulder was tingling strangely, enough to make his arm go numb. It wasn't bad, since that was his broken arm, and relief from the pain was nice, but his scientific brain was whirling. What had made it suddenly go numb? Had the stamp hit a nerve? He wasn't aware of any nerves capable of that in the bend of his shoulder.

    "Ah-- AH--- AUGHCHOOOOO!" The deep thoughts were interruped as suddenly a loud, violent sneeze wracked his body. As expected of someone with his injuries, sneezing was one of the worst things that could happen. To keep from drawing any unnecessary attention, he nearly slammed his forehead on the table, riding out the agony and the embarrassment as best he could in silence. Still unaware of his allergy to the supernatural, his mind raced through what had caused it. Was it the trees? Was he suddenly allergic to the trees?! He'd been on board this ship a ton...why now? Maybe it was something one of the newcomers had on them?

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    Tabitha
    Tabitha

    Player 
    Lineage : Strength of Hercules
    Position : None
    Posts : 29
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Experience : 400

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    Post by Tabitha on 21st November 2020, 1:06 pm

    A big inhale and exhale was the only sound made in this empty pod. Dogs... why dogs? Well, he wasn’t exactly looking like a normal dog but did that really matter? All mutts were alike anyway and she didn’t have to justify his kind for her conscious. However, she was determined to join this guild and if it meant she had to put up with one canine bred thing, she could deal with it. Frankly, it mattered not to her who he was or why he joined, but the idea that he was made some indent of a point of good in her book, stacked against his race and depending if she even interacted with him, might throw more things to add to the list. “Gotta behave, Tab.” She thought to herself, trying to push herself to let her animosities go and just try to enjoy the day for what it was. What she truly had to focus on was yet to come, but she had considered the possibilities none the less and wanted to make sure she was ready for anything.

    Bursting her mental bubble of thought was a stranger who had come upon her pod. At first, she delivered a dismissive stare, but it didn’t last long. She softened her expression into a soft smile and nodded her head slowly. Luck was a little on her side it seemed. A cute looking male happened upon her pod? How could she pass up inviting that in? “Among other things, the banquet was on my mind-nya.” She ushered a hand to the very vacant pod and leaned back a little in her seat. “You’re meow than welcome to come in and sit.” She offered, somewhat using this conversation to adjust her mood for the actual banquet. If she could flip it by the time they got up to the banquet, than she would have no problem trying to keep it under check when it came time to be within the same general vicinity to the mutt in the other pod.

    The raven haired Neko raised a brow when a button had been pressed suddenly. The sound the pod doors shutting caused her ears to twitch, but bodily made no reaction to it. Hearing the male reply with an apology made it a little cuter of a mistake, so much so she had chuckled a little and shrugged. “It’s nyat a problem. It just means we’ll get first dibs on the food.” The slight joke made her giggle a little an amusement, feeling a little more at ease and like herself to say the least. “I’m Tabitha, by the way. It’s nice to meet mew.” The soft smile turned to a full, close-eyed smile in her greeting. It wasn’t hard for her to fake a shift in emotional states, but when it was a genuine shift it was a little easier to deal with.

    Once the pod had been docked, the Sinisterre exited into the large banquet hall. The normal person would have been amazed by the sheer size and decorations, but frankly she was just adoring the decor of the room itself. She had been in buildings with rooms equal to and larger than this in her life, so it wasn’t something that she had not been completely surprised by. But to have an airship of this magnitude with a room such as this left her in a good bit of awe. A first time for everything really. Several people had already made it in before them, though seeming to be the only pod there that she could tell, Tabitha made her way straight to the food table before hearing from the man in charge. So many delectable choices of food laying about in the room that she had no idea what to do for a meal and with everything seeming to be so good and fresh, she wanted to go in a mental order of what she wanted to go with.

    A whole section dedicated to Sushi and cold dishes of the like were laid out on a table next to where a woman stood with long, purple hair. Effectively leaving the gentleman she rode to the airship with in the dust for the sake of food, she had scurried up to the table and grabbed up a plate and begun to place sushi and then a pair of chopsticks. Just as luck would have it, a voice spoke into the hall of guests and the room quieted down. While listening to the captain and potentially guild master, Dagda, MacLean, she turned to face the general direction while popping pieces of some of the highest quality sushi she had in at least a month or two. Audible purring left the ebony haired shadow mage while enjoying her food and the speech. She loved listening to how thought out these branches of the guild were to be. The idea of there being a rescue and relocation was something she had been enthusiastic of doing, but when the mention of the more dangerous and hands-on branch came to her already perked up ears, a smirk came to her face. Different from the blissful smile of delicious food chewing up in her mouth, she didn’t even place the plate down and headed over.

    Strange to be one of the first in line to receive this stamp, in front of her had been a boy only a couple inches taller than she was. A very strange two toned hair color he had, but she had yet to see him face-to-face and giving him a bit of distance to have his stamping. Strangely enough, he seemed to be a little shy of the whole experience and as the boy walked away, she had watched for just a moment as he returned to a seat nearby. Her head turned back as it seemed to be her turn now and the girl approached, plate now nowhere to be found. Of her own choice, of course. “Hello, Mr. MacLean, my name is Tabitha Silverwind. Thank mew for the hospitality and the opportunity to make an impact in the world.” Her tone was both serious and polite, while turning her back and pulling her low hanging twintails over her shoulder. “If it’s ok with mew, meow I get the mark over here?” She would use her tail to point to her left shoulder blade, part of which covered by her outfit while the rest of her back had been exposed in a V shape down to the bend of her back. Something purposely worn for a case such as this.

    Once she had received the guild mark, she would only stay around as long as he had any other questions for the cat girl. If he didn’t, she would simply move on with a curtsy and a thank you and make her way over to the boy whom was in front of her, seated not far away from the captain and sit down nearby. “Excuse me, I hope mew don’t mind some company.” She wondered, retrieving her plate from what seemed like the chair beside her and setting the half full plate of sushi down now. “Would mew like some sushi? It’s so purrrrrfect.” She slid the plate over a little bit in her offer, trying to make a bit of an ice breaker if he was more of a shy type of person.


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    Lethe
    Lethe

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    Lineage : Warrior Dragon
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    Guild : Onyx Moon [Ace]
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    Mentor : Cirven
    Experience : 1,610,896

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    Post by Lethe Yesterday at 12:28 pm

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    Leave the Future in the Past, We're Living in the Present now, Baby!



    Lethe didn’t seemed spooked at all by the pod moving up, all too familiar with the motion. He dropped his magic as she held her own hand up towards him, to show she wouldn’t try to attack him either. As he talked to her, Lethe put a hand on her face and pushed her head back. This was bad. This was definitely her dad. His smell was all too familiar. Shaking her head a little, she starts to fix her head right again. “I… I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to call you ‘dad’. You just seem rather similar to my dad. That is my fault.” She closed her eyes and pinched the bridge of her nose as she grumbles slightly to herself about how stupid she was to say that out loud to him. He had confirmed that they were boarding the Endeavor and she pinched the bridge of her nose harder. Just. Her. Luck. ‘It’s alright, we’ll get through this. Stay calm for now, assess the situation… maybe this can be better for us.’ Veles mutters to his host, and she sighed deeply as she nodded to herself. She kept her head down as she listened to her adoptive father leave the pod after the doors opened.

    This was after she was born… must mean that the other guild her birth giver was in with her dad had a moment of issues and he left. Her birth giver left first though, promptly dropping her and her siblings off with the man she calls ‘dad’ and the woman she would call ‘mom’ over her own birth giver.

    She lifted her head again and slowly left the pod after him after collecting herself. She smiled softly at the familiarity of the ship and let herself go off to the side a bit. She didn’t want to be in the way. She had crossed her arms over her chest and looked down at her getup. She was at least glad that nothing physically showing she was from the future was on her, like a logo or whatever on her lab coat. She smelled a familiar scent approaching, and stiffened for a moment. She lifted her head and looked towards the blonde for a moment, blinking in slight confusion. 'She's definitely thinking of your birth giver.' Veles grumbles to Lethe. 'Not surprised.' "I'm Lethe. I don't think we've met before. I'm not from… uh… here?" She shrugged her shoulders slightly awkwardly, but offers a smile regardless before she gives a polite bow. She could definitely keep her natural customs while here. One of the few things she adores the most.

    She stood straight and looked towards Dagda as he greeted everyone and started to talk to the room. She softly sucked her teeth as she shook her head. "His voice…" she mumbles mainly to herself. She softly chuckled to him as he continued his speech and laughed about including the stumblers… his laugh was infectious, but it was ironic to her as she fell in on this. This confirmed the date for her though. The start of Meliora Vitae. Her phlox purple eyes stayed on the man as he spoke his speech, soaking in everything, and possibly using a small archive screen to record through her fingers to take in his voice more. She needed the record. She was sure. Not much of the ship has changed too much from her time aboard it in the future, but she still spared a glance around the Arborium before her eyes were back on the titan. She listened till he pulled out the guild stamp, and looked down to her side.

    Not thinking of those around her, she pulls up the left side of her blouse to see where her guild stamp was, exposing her stomach at least in the process. She blinked a bit as her guild stamp wasn't there, and she was confused. She knew it was there earlier… Shaking her head again, she took a deep breath. It was probably best for the mark to no longer be there. She cautiously went up to Dagda and bowed politely to him when it came to her turn. "Hello, I am Lethe." She bit her tongue briefly before she could say her last name. "I know this guild will succeed and prosper in the future. I also hope my side won't be too bad of a spot for you." She figured to say quickly as she smiled sweetly. She turned so her left side pointed towards him and moved her coat out of the way before pulling up her blouse. After the stamp was removed from her side, a purple to grey blue gradient stamp was left across her skin. Even though she had done this before, it was always a beautiful sight to see on herself. She bowed once more and moved out of the way of the guild master, letting him get to others now.

    Lethe moved towards the buffet, and glanced towards the sneezing man. Smiling softly, she clears her throat. "Bless you." She tells him calmly before she allowed her attention to be half taken by the banquet and the food she was starting to gather for herself before she made her way to a far corner and sit by herself for now till someone joins her.



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