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    posted a message on Wrath of the Divine
    (( I watch Anime mostly upon recommendation, such as if someone suggests it. I've been watching OP for a while and it's pretty amazing. SD, I completely respect your opinion on the matter, as too much of it gets seriously annoying. However, continue to share that respect by not attacking my opinions (although you haven't, so let's keep it that way.). Dark, I hates AoT and it's so overrated on the Interwebs. The entire reason I watched it was I saw how BA Mikasa was. SAO was flipping amaze-balls, although once they left the simulation, it went down hill.

    Like I promised, WALL OF TEXT! Although I hope not too long. ))

    [Cassie]

    With Lamar defeated, I could only hope Tobias was alright. Thankfully, a figure appeared from the crevice, the God of Thunder flying through. His face was replaced by a horrified expression, causing him to immediately erase a bit of the Eye Diagram that Lamar setup.

    "Ancient Magic, even before my time. Anyways, I guess that's over." He said, looking around a bit.

    After biting my lip a bit, I decided to tell him the bad news. "It'll be at least six hours before the troops return from the battlefield, so the others still habe some fighting to do. There are a few other issues, like the future for Krios Corps." Toby did something surprising: he actually made sense.

    "The answer is obvious. You take the lead and enter a new generation. That would kind of make us enemies, but it's no bother. However, I do have a few conditions if this all is to occur." He started, pausing for a minute to think. "First, I want Krios to sponsor a new wedding ceremony for Demi and I. Next, I want a map of every Krios controlled city. Then, I want you to accept my friends into Krios Corps, in any way possible. Ivan's a General in the East Army, you know." That, however, made no sense. "Finally I want this whole war pinned on me, in addition to perhaps helping reintroduce the Vigilante."

    Toby was both an idiot and a genius. I couldn't bring myself to put all the blame on him, especially because he didn't do much fighting. However, politically speaking, this was the best option. Everything else was simple, even enlisting the entire crew as official Krios Corps officers. The only issue is if they would accept.

    "I have a counter proposal. In addition to all you mentioned, I must escort you around the city, giving you a tour. My treat, including payment." I said, with a smile. Tobias was ready to be the most infamous criminal alive, and I can't possibly stop the wishes of a God. "If you accept, it's a deal." He grinned from ear to ear, then nodded.

    Within ten minutes, most of his conditions were met. I got my hands on the maps, placed an order for the technicians to set up the wedding, even prepared the public service announcement to go live after the wedding. Tobias wrote a letter of confirmation, telling the crew to join Krios Corps, as changes were taking place, especially a change in leadership. After nearly everything was prepared, it was onto my addition: a tour.

    We walked throughout the city beneath the Airship, visiting all kinds of vendors and shops. One caught his eye, something like "Buff Rocks" which appeared to be golf ball sized crystals, supposedly able to boost your natural capabilities depending in the color. Since he wanted them, I offered to pay, but he instead transmuted the entire stand to a solid slab of diamonds.

    "Anything else you want? My treat." I offered again.

    "Coffee, at the cafe from before. If Andy and I know each other enough, he'll boot out anybody for us."



    [Andy]

    Summoning a large bit of dark magic, I used it to envelope the nearby crew members, excluding Demi. The black energy moved them outside, then locked the doors. Why? Some mental message told me to. Of course, Tobias dropped in through the roof, while Cassie just took the back door.



    [Tobias]

    "Demi, no time, we're getting hitched." I said, nonchalant for whatever was coming.
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    posted a message on Fairy Tail: Guild's Redemption!
    [Skyler]

    "Actually, I'll move into the order of business: the group. I personally requested for Ronin, and Master invited Aaron, but neither of you two were given a proper invite." I explain, building up the intensity towards the end. "So, this needs solved. Each of you are Take-Over mages, which seems a bit excessive. I'll test you both in ability, mentality, and strength. In the end, no matter how smart or able you are, you will both fight against each other. The loser leaves the group." Honestly, having them both would be more of a hassle than it was worth, so cutting one from the group wasn't a terrible idea. Good thing I haven't revealed any sensitive information, or the loser would probably get jealous and leak my true nature out.

    It was odd, me having to keep a secret as big as my realm of Magic, God-Slayer. Then again, in most Guilds, you become either an idol or a target if you have huge amounts of magic capabilities. Perhaps it isn't even safe to reveal it to the group. Perhaps it is safe.
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    posted a message on Wrath of the Divine
    (( Don't you dare use the name of our Lord and Savior One Piece in vain.

    Will post another wall of text later. ))
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    posted a message on Wrath of the Divine
    Quote from Ronin_Ezekiel
    Seriously, it's hard to even get up from the computer.


    (( My excuse from my entire childhood. ))
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    posted a message on Fairy Tail: Guild's Redemption!
    (( Don't worry, that happens. In a nut shell, a few of us went on a mission to stop a train filled with terrorists. Of course, being from Fairy Tail, stuff was smashed. Later, when the peeps got back, Skyler decided to start putting together a crew, although the only real invited members are Ronin and Aaron. They currently have a house for the members. That's it.

    Trollking, if you want more characters, you have to be actively posting quality posts. A sentence won't work anymore. ))
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    posted a message on Fairy Tail: Guild's Redemption!
    (( ^ The exact reason I won't be approving of you getting more characters at this point. Ronin, PM me the idea for the character, pretty much a bit of backstory and their element. Heric, feel free to throw an app into the thread. I honestly don't care much for Bios, so don't worry about typing all that out. ))
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    posted a message on Wrath of the Divine
    (( The topic isn't up for debate. To reopen it, I would have to heavily edit the OP and supply a summary of the entire plot so far. ))
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    posted a message on Fairy Tail: Guild's Redemption!
    Quote from NinjaBoss315
    ... However, Trollking, don't jump to any conclusions. ))
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    posted a message on Wrath of the Divine
    (( Sorry man, we're not accepting. Maybe we'll reopen it some time, once I get the chance to edit the OP, but that won't be for a while. ))
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    posted a message on Fairy Tail: Guild's Redemption!
    (( Depends on behavior of those interested in multiple characters, the effort they out forth, and activity. I might let you apply, though. However, Trollking, don't jump to any conclusions. ))
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    posted a message on Wrath of the Divine
    [Andy]

    "Feel free to run off into the crowd of on oldies and fight, although no killing." I told Rani, seeing him scurry towards the phones, a plethora of baked goods in his arms. Absolutely amazing of a sight: a vicious psycho killer running around eating muffins and bagels.

    [Tobias]

    I stood there, clutching Atlas' throat, dangling him over inevitable death.

    "Any last words?" I asked, a smirk spread across my face. This man had caused too much agony for the group, and he was going to pay his debts. However, something stopped me. Or should I say, someone.

    "Tobias, stop! I know what he's done to you, to me, the others, I understand your anger, but this isn't right! If you kill Atlas, you're no better than him. I'm mad at him too, but he's my dad!" Cassie yelled, stumbling over, her wound still looking terrible. Of course, there had been a large chunk of metal pushed through her abdomen, so it was a surprise she lived, let alone walk. A trail of blood was in her wake, the pain probably bursting nerves all around her body. However, this all meant she was serious. I threw Atlas against the wall, a safe distance from the hole I created.

    Nearly instantly, everything went dark, as I felt myself losing control over my body, and it falling through the crevice, beginning to plummet through the air, although it was extremely slow.

    [Cassie]

    Of course, I try saving somebody and someone else I care for gets hurt, although Tobias could just fly up again. Lamar was grinning wildly, then broke into an evil laughter.

    "I changed a few things, so I could set up this game. Your friend has no control over his body, or his magic. The wind is slowing his decent long enough to give us a few minutes, although it is still fatal if he hits the ground. I now have vision of this entire room, as I pre-drew the diagram a bit ago. However, this leads to one thing," Lamar explained, his words being the truth, "A fight, between you and I. You have five minutes to beat me, starting from when the boy fell, so about four now. The chance of the wind coming to Tempest's rescue is one hundred percent, if and only if you defeat me. Did I forget to mention how there is a zero percent chance of anybody besides the two of us seeing him until he either splats or survives?" This man was insane. I was, definitely, the weakest member of the crew, if I could even be called part of it. I had no weapons, just my voice and basic alchemy, although not enough to activate transmutation through clapping, and I could not draw a circle with this pressure.

    I've got no choice. Running towards Lamar, I pull back a fist, but a few numbers appear in the air. Somehow, a burst of energy sends me flying. He probably changed the probability of a reaction like that to a high percentage. Pulling out my pistol, I shoot him a few times, although only a couple make it through his rates, most of which either grazing him or missing, although one or two landed in his shoulder. However, he shook it off and continued examining the data.

    If he was calculating where or how I would likely hit him, then I needed to do what wasn't expected in a fair fight. Of course this means I kicked him in the private parts. However, if I was correct, I only had two and a half minutes left. This wasn't good. While Lamar was down, clutching his crotch, I took his stool from the other side of the room and started hitting him with it. Fortunately, he was too distracted to change any data, so I could get quite a few hits in before he was defeated.

    It seemed too easy, although it made sense. He spent his life studying and reading data, so his muscles couldn't be terribly powerful. My only hope was that Tobias would be all right.
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    posted a message on Wrath of the Divine
    [Andy]

    "I'm not too well informed in the plan, but pretty much beat some butt until Tobs and Cass come back. There are plenty of soldiers around the city to fight, although they have incredible technology, such as armor to absorb magic and feed the energy into weapons. Also, specific orders from Tobias for not to kill anybody." I said, walking over to the table and picking up a phone, a cartoonish silver skull on the back of it. Neato. "Also, Tobs wants to know if the kiddos are alright."



    [Tobias]

    Navigating the halls was an annoying task, as we were forced to double back a few times until we found a suitable route. Eventually, we discovered a large door, as if leading to a vault. Judging by his ego, Atlas was probably in there, finding himself the most valuable treasure. Cassie nodded, confirming that this was indeed the control room.

    Placing my hand on the door, frost spreads from my fingers, weaving across the door until it is completely enveloped in ice. Raising my right arm, I slam my metal fist into the door, causing it to shatter. However, we heard something unusual when we saw the room.

    "—splosion once door opens: changed to one hundred percent." Someone said, and his fragmented words immediately took effect. A burst of energy and flames covered us, slamming the two Sins into the wall. I felt my flesh burning to a crisp, my hair being singed, old scars being torn open. The worst of the pain was how the explosion loosened the Automail on my arm, stretching the nerve cords and causing extreme pain.

    However, it was over quickly. Blood dripped down my front, but all in al it wasn't terrible. Like a disconnected ligament, I just snapped my arm back into place and stood up. It stung a bit, but I could still move. Somehow, the explosion tore open the wall behind us, revealing some frame work. For a second, I felt lucky to not have that be an issue, but I nearly lost it when I saw Cassie.

    An exposed girder had completely gone through her stomach, blood covering the wall and floor around her. I was no doctor, but I could tell she was barely alive. Several bones, such as arms and ribs, were broken, any limbs hanging limp.

    "Forget me for now. You've got work to do." She said, before coughing up blood. I nodded, then turned back towards where the door was, the sigh before me eyes being the Control Room, Atlas' Ivory tower where he had nothing to deal with. In the center was a man, sitting on a stool, not looking in any noticeable direction. Blind. Behind him, on a raised dais, stood the flesh and blood version of Atlas.

    "Didn't expect Cassie to be with you, or should I call her Lust? I figured I could blow up you and your fiancé, but no matter, two Sins are just fine." He said, not seeming to care for his own daughter's life. Of course, this ticked me off. I bolted towards him, controlling the air vents to boost my speed, and sent my fist into his face. I summoned lightning around one fist, ice around the other, and started wailing on him, my anger releasing through vengeance.

    "I am Wrath, and I will show you why!" I yelled, striking the ground, causing the metal to split all the way to the bottom of the Airship, revealing the ground far beneath us. It started widening, the odd pressures splitting the aircraft into pieces, so I picked up Atlas in one hand and held him over the gaping crevice.
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    posted a message on Fairy Tail: Guild's Redemption!
    (( Sure, why not. ))
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    posted a message on Fairy Tail: Guild's Redemption!
    (( ACHIEVEMENT GET: Attract the attention of a moderator. Now, to hypnotize you and take over the forums! Muahaha! Anyways, I'll tackle your problems one at a time.

    1. We don't use much of the actual anime for the RP, outside of titles and references. I'll try to avoid spoilers for you.

    2. Technically, they're based on the constellations, but I would assume the Greeks were drunk enough to come up with any ideas you've got, if you get the point.

    3. Totally fine. If not, Ursa Major would just be a circus bear in a tootoo.

    4. To an extent. Darker magics are kinda borderline, but being an evil character isn't permitted just yet. I've got a personal problem with RPer Vs RPer combat, so I try to avoid it.

    5. Think of it this way: The better quality and amount of effort into the app, the more I'll approve of. I'm not sure if you seen up to this point, but there are Second Generation Dragon-Slayers, which mean a magic infused Lacryma crystal implanted into them. The point is it isn't always necessary.

    6. Sweeto. Feel free to post an app and we'll see about your adventure. ))
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    posted a message on Fairy Tail: Guild's Redemption!
    (( Sorry about that. I'm tired from a long day, so I'll keep it simple. ))

    [Skyler]

    This was going quite backwards. An uninvited guest had waltzed in as if he knew me well, someone probably sent by Master climbed through the window, and the only one invited directly by me was standing at the door. Not even the weirdest of things was how there was a little kid nearby, Baal I think his name was. I guess it was fate, although the un welcomed entrance wasn't idea..

    "Well, I bet you guys know me. I'm Skyler, technically a C-Class Mage, although I'm much better than that. I decided to make a crew, so I guess you two are welcome." I say, aiming the last bit to the two Take-Over mages. "So, make yourself at home, there are plenty of rooms to take. There are a few things we'll be doing, so if you're interested, be ready in a few minutes."
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