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    The Orphanage (Lehanna)

    Lehanna Seraph
    Lehanna Seraph

    Mythical- Zodiac Key- Limited Edition- Rich- Player 
    Lineage : Oblivion’s Might
    Position : None
    Posts : 228
    Guild : Silver Wolf
    Cosmic Coins : 250
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Experience : 41,647

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    Post by Lehanna Seraph 25th August 2021, 9:09 am

    Lehanna did not wait a second to begin dredging on ahead of Elara and her summons. She was trying to remain as calm as she could, but at the same time she felt as though she had hit such a height of anger that it turned into a feeling of calm rage. The need to want to kill something just to relax her was the biggest indication that she felt this way, however there was no way she was willing to stop either. She was forced to hurt someone who she felt close to in this orphanage and now there was no stopping her until she confronted the source of this act of derangement and sick experimentation. It didn't matter to her at this point if Elara or her summons came with her or split up to try and cover more ground, but she couldn't help but overhear them as they talked prior to the musically inclined spirit to leave them. It didn't even occur to her that Taurus had tried to join up with her, more so that she just tried to shake the spirit.

    As the summoner did catch up to the two, she had quickly agreed to that anything inhuman had the ok to be ended without so much as a second thought. A point of clarity seemed to snap through her mind that came from Elara's mouth and she stopped for a brief second. She was right. If this was in any way reversible, she had to find out and see it done. Her head turned to the punk teen and she shot her a quick glare over the tantrum comment. With a quick scoff, she began to walk ahead for several steps before they came across a split in the hallway. Three more corridors had now begun to split away from the original path and something seemed off about it to the slayer.

    This hall was never there before... or at least this direction never seemed to be a thing in her mind. If she could recall the place enough, the hall never had a third hall here. If anything, it was always straight and to the left. They should be up against a wall on their right, but did some kind of illusion make them think there was a third option? No matter, she knew where to go and that's all she cared about. "I think we should split up to cover more ground. You go left and I'll continue straight ahead. If we don't find anything, we can rejoin here and devise a new plan to go on." Her tone was more "set in stone" and non-negotiable as she quickly began to move ahead straight, not even waiting for so much so as a word from Elara before she headed off. She was headed for the directors office and knew at best the only thing Elara's direction would lead her to was the playground out back. But who knew where anything was anymore...

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    Elara
    Elara

    Alt Account- Quality Badge Level 1- Quality Badge Level 2- Quality Badge Level 3- Zodiac Key- Achiever- Character Application Approved!- Magic Application Approved!- Obtain A Secondary Magic!- Complete Your First Job!- Motor City Rush- Player 
    Lineage : Mask of Lethe
    Position : None
    Posts : 161
    Guild : Plumed Serpent
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Experience : 27,075

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Celestial Warrior Magic
    Second Magic: Ragemonger
    Third Magic:

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    Post by Elara 26th August 2021, 5:39 am

    The summoner sighed and shook her head as she watched Lehanna sprint off. She wasn’t all that sure if it was wise for them to split up but Elara knew that trying to use reason was probably a hopeless cause at this point. The slayer was overcome by her emotions and the black haired teenager knew that trying to offer a different plan was just going to cause more problems. Deep down, she was concerned for her job partner and everything just seemed to be building and building. Lehanna had already had one meltdown and the girl shuddered to think what might happen if the brunette had another one, especially if it was in the middle of combat. Elara truthfully didn’t know what Lehanna was capable of, having seen so little of her magic and it worried her. If her partner lost her temper again, it could mean the death of all of the children that had been corrupted, a thought that bothered her greatly. She might have been training to be a dark mage but that didn’t mean that Elara was a complete maniac. Corrupting children was wrong and she wouldn’t hear another word on the subject.

    “Please Lehanna.” She uttered to herself once the brunette was gone. “Don’t do something you’ll come to regret.”

    With that, she and Taurus would set off down the left hand passage towards who knew what. If the children were simply a vanguard then it was only logical to assume that there would be far more threatening creatures lurking among the halls. With that thought in mind, Elara would summon a pair of celestial wings from her back which allowed her to take flight and hopefully protect her a little better. She was well aware of the fact that she was physically fragile and the summoner had no desire to get beaten up by whatever was skulking through the halls. The axe wielding spirit easily kept up with her and the two were fully prepared to take on whatever was going to stand in their way.

    However, as the two reached the end of what seemed to be an endless corridor and came out into what seemed to be a playground, both spirit and summoner raised their eyebrows.

    Standing before them was a bizarre creature, a mass of magical energy that didn’t have any real shape. It didn’t look like any beast that Elara had seen before and as Taurus charged forward and swung for it, the bull’s axe went straight through, dealing no damage at all. Startled, the zodiac spirit would roar with anger and try a second time, her mighty cleave powerful enough to cause the earth to shake. Yet, still the axe went through, leaving Taurus completely bemused. The being would then try to counter attack, flying towards the spirit and trying to consume it but Taurus was swift and managed to evade although as she tried to catch the being with a counter of her own, nothing happened once again. It truly did seem impenetrable to the bull’s attacks.

    “What is this thing?” Taurus snorted, putting herself in the way of Elara, defending the teenager from harm.

    “Looks like your normal attacks aren’t going to work regardless of what it is.” The summoner responded calmly. “Maybe another spirit will work?”

    “Perhaps Malzahar?” The spirit replied. “She is a being of the void.” As she spoke, the zodiac would start to shine with light which caused her eyes to widen. “Damn. My time’s up. Of all the possible times…”

    With that, the zodiac spirit disappeared, leaving Elara alone against the twisted being. The creature suddenly formed a mouth and laughed at the teenager, seemingly aware of the situation. Moving quickly, it would launch an attack at the girl, trying to envelop her. All the teenager could do was try and fly higher, so that she could get the space she needed to summon her next spirit.

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    Lehanna Seraph
    Lehanna Seraph

    Mythical- Zodiac Key- Limited Edition- Rich- Player 
    Lineage : Oblivion’s Might
    Position : None
    Posts : 228
    Guild : Silver Wolf
    Cosmic Coins : 250
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Experience : 41,647

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    Post by Lehanna Seraph 9th September 2021, 1:40 pm

    Step after step rung through the staircase as she moved upstairs. The mini enclosed area had cobwebs and small critters scattered about, even so much so as a tiny spider made its web on one of the steps. As she stepped further up the feeling of anger and hate welled up inside of her. She hated this place so much. It felt like another rehoming back to this place all over again, so much so that she could feel herself nearly moving towards the room they practically made for her. It felt like such a slap in the face despite them telling her that this was meant to show that she was always welcome here. As much a home as an orphanage could be at least. No, it was humiliating and defeating to think that in the back of her mind nobody would ever want her. That she was just being reassured every time they brought her back that they were right. She was doomed to never be a part of a family.

    It was that soul crushing thought that snapped her suddenly from her thoughts and her flashbacks. When she had, she found herself having gone the wrong way. Instead of moving up the steps again to the office, she discovered she had auto pathed herself in font of the door that held her name. Bold, black letters in a girly font of sorts engraved into the door. The churning of emotions in her head was driving her insane, her fist balled up so tightly she had begun to drip blood from the nails digging into her skin. Once her eyes managed to pull away from the door, she noticed the blood, lifting the hand up and looking at it. Why was she letting this get to her so quickly and this much? She knew how this was supposed to be, she was prepared... and yet, when push came to shove, she had no real control over herself. Maybe some of the things she was teased about over the years were right. Especially that dreaded nickname.

    Her hand reached for the door and found it to be unlocked. Not only that, the door was slightly ajar after all and it creaked open slightly. A smell hit her nose, whiffing of magic and... death. Pushing the door open more, a woman sat on the bed, staring out at the doorway. Long, ebony black hair cascaded down her back and a small section gently being twirled around her finger. She wore an equally black strapless dress that seemed to show a strange symbol above the split between her breasts. "Well if it isn't 'Lonely Lehanna'. Did someone abandon you again, sweety?~" Her tone sounded both motherly and mocking at the same time, which only left the teen to glare silently. "Oh? Not in the mood to talk, are we? That's ok little one, come to me and let momma come make you feel better~" She patted the bed she sat on, wanting the slayer to join her.

    The grip on her sword tightened and with it, flames grew from the blade and illuminated the room. Without saying a word or making a sound, she had raised the sword and took it with her bloodied hand as well. The woman only smirked, looking into the eyes of the orphaned girl before they flashed red for a moment. With a gasp, her head began to become filled with visions of the most gruesome death. Her eyes widened and she became fixated on the visions running rampant in her mind until she felt something suddenly grip tightly around her body. Trying to shake her mind of these thoughts of death. The tight grip constricting her made her scream in pain, flashing her mind to the idea of being crushed to death by the hand.

    In the midst of it all, she was thrown suddenly through walls and ground and crashing through the outer wall until she hit the ground of the playground, slamming through different constructs including a jungle gym. As the dirt around it cleared, the metal bars and rusted equipment tore into pieces. Pushing rusted bars off of her body and brushing dust off, the teen began to sit up when she felt a shooting pain through her leg. Looking down, a metal bar broke off and pierced through her leg. "Sh-Shit! That's not good..."

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    Elara
    Elara

    Alt Account- Quality Badge Level 1- Quality Badge Level 2- Quality Badge Level 3- Zodiac Key- Achiever- Character Application Approved!- Magic Application Approved!- Obtain A Secondary Magic!- Complete Your First Job!- Motor City Rush- Player 
    Lineage : Mask of Lethe
    Position : None
    Posts : 161
    Guild : Plumed Serpent
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Experience : 27,075

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Celestial Warrior Magic
    Second Magic: Ragemonger
    Third Magic:

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    Post by Elara 11th September 2021, 12:21 pm

    It was tough for her to keep her composure as she desperately tried to avoid the dark creature and Elara began to panic. Never had she found herself without her spirits since she’d left home and for it to happen in the middle of battle only caused her to become more worried. The dark monster was quick and the summoner was unused to using her wings to flee. Normally, she’d just use them to watch the action rather than to actually escape her foes and her inexperience was catching up with her now. The monster seemingly could feel that and became more and more confident as it chased her, getting closer and closer to her. In desperation, she would close her eyes and cause her magical power to surround her and in a moment, she’d suddenly disappear and then reappear nearby, teleporting in a flash. It gave her the distance she needed and without any further thought, she’d grasp the key she needed and shouted. “Malzahar! I summon you!”

    With a burst of light, a cloaked figure would appear beside the girl, her features hidden almost completely by a Desertian like attire. Eyes blazing with a purple light, Malzahar would step in front of her summoner and speak, her accent heavily accented. “I see why you summoned me, Elara. A creature like this is something that not one of the others could deal with. It is a being of the void and one that can only be defeated by another of its kind. Step back now and I shall defeat this abomination.” With a dark chuckle, Malzahar would form a ball of purple coloured energy and launch it towards the entity, hitting it with such force that it was knocked to the ground. The masked spirit was one of her strongest and although Elara didn’t summon her often, the two had formed a fairly close bond with one another. The creature wasn’t beaten though and got up again but Malazhar was prepared, unleashing a powerful blast of energy from her eyes that paralysed the figure and forced it to remain still. It began to pulsate and grow in size, before exploding in a powerful blast of energy, well and truly defeated.

    “Nice job, Malz.” Elara replied, pleased with her summons work.

    “It’s not a problem. May I stick around for a bit? It has been some time since you last summoned me.” The spirit replied, turning her gaze towards her summoner.

    “By all means, I have a feeling that we’re going to have a lot more fighting…”

    Elara was cut off as Lehanna suddenly came flying through one of the orphanage walls and sent clattering into the old, rusted playground attractions that littered the place. It was a nasty collision and without any hesitation, she’d quickly pull out yet another key and shout. “Nami! I summon you!” It was an instant decision and later on, she’d think back on just why she’d been so quick to summon her healer. She knew that Lehanna was tough but still her hand had gone instantly to Nami’s key by reflex.

    Another burst of light and a merwoman would appear, wielding a staff and elegantly flicking her tail in the air. “Hello there, Elara. You called me?”

    “Take a look at her would you?” She said softly, nodding her head down towards where Lehanna was laying. “She took a nasty blow there.”

    Without another word, the mermaid would turn and descend down towards Lehanna, her keen eyes instantly drawn towards the piece of metal that had pierced through the girl’s leg. A slight frown crossed the spirits face as she surveyed it, before her gaze turned to Lehanna. “It’s going to have to come out before I can heal the wound. I’m not going to lie to you, it’s going to hurt.”

    “I’ll pull it out.” Elara suddenly offered, appearing beside her spirit, her voice containing just a hint of worry as she placed her hands around the metal. “You ready?” She then asked the brunette, prepared to pull when needed.

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