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Jul 5, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
Jul 5, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(Well, I am back everyone. It was a fun three weeks full of culture shock, really hot temperatures, great food, and experiences I'll never forget. I was a bit worried reading some of the bad news, but I'm glad to see everyone moving on and living life. I'm gonna need a couple of days to deal with jet lag and other important matters, but after that, I'll write up my post. Until then, mabuhay!)
Jun 9, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(Well, I'm now officially a highschool senior now. This feels weird. Anyways, this is my last post before I head on my vacation this Saturday. None of y'all will hear from me again until I get back home, which is around July 4th.)
Parker finished up with the bandages. Satisfied with his work, he began to put his things away, hearing Firion's mental messages afterwards. "Yeah, I think I understand. But don't worry, Firion. Once this is all over, we'll help you return to your other form!" he responded to Firion, hoping to give him some reassurance. He remained at his father's side incase he was needed.
John looked up at Arith, cracking a small smile and nodded a little. He looked back down, mumbling a "sorry." He did catch a glimpse of the female tank crew member standing a small distance away, wanting to stay as far away as possible from Arith. "You," John pointed at her, which she looked at him in a combination of surprise and fear. "Get you friend and move that tin can to the frontlines at the Wall. It won't do anything against three Apocalypse Tanks here." The female tank crew member was about to protest, but John pulled out his Bowie knife and rested it on his lap. "Go, before I change my mind." The female tank crew member saw the knife, and then kept quiet. She nodded, and ran around the tank towards Rune and Trevor to get the other tank crew member. John sighed and looked down, cupping his hands around his face. "Give me a minute or two, please." he asked Arith and Parker. He sat there as his headache started to slowly fade, and the memories of what happened came back. As soon as the moments where Firion intervened and knowing what he'll become if Fiera took over. He dropped his hands from his face and sat up, gasping with wide eyes. He also remembered that Fiera said that Firion's actions were only temporary.
Parker looked at his father and held his shoulder. "Father, are you alright?" he asked.
John stood up rapidly, with fear in his eyes. "That's more than just a separate personality. Fiera is my inner demon, and she'll kill anyone she sees it seems." he thought. "We gotta get going right now. Parker, that building over there has a good overlook on the powerplants. Snipe from there, alright?" he asked, pointing to the tallest building on the block.
Parker looked at the building, which appeared to be an old apartment complex. "Father, what's going on with you? You gotta let us know!" he demanded.
John snapped back, yelling, "Son, there is not enough time to explain, now do as I say!"
Parker winced at the aggressive reply. "Fine! Jacques, come with me." he said, before running towards the tall apartment complex. He knew it would be faster to climb up from the outside, a skill which he thanked City for, but climbing on the outside would leave him vulnerable to enemy snipers elsewhere, so we went inside. Jacques was recovered enough to run as well, following his friend into the building.
John sighed and looked back at Firion. "I'm afraid that your efforts aren't enough to stop her, I can feel it, but you did buy enough time to save everyone here." he said towards Firion, before trying to run down the street in the direction of the powerplants. He was still slightly dizzy, and he tripped a few times, but he picked himself up and continued on, expecting everyone else to follow. "The way she threatened my son and everyone else, she seemed serious. I'm not taking any chances." he thought to himself.
", courier, monospace">The Engineer had the biggest grin as he saw the anti-energy sword and heard about John's cybernetics. "Wooh, you can put that through asphalt? And you," he turned to Trevor, "say that John as cybernetics, too, including some prototype technology? I totally have to go see him about that!" he exclaimed in glee, only to have his mood dampered by John's order to move on. "Aw, looks like we have to go, now." he said, a bit disappointed. However, he moved his feet and started to run to keep up with John.
Elizabeth looked around hesitantly, before getting up from sitting and running, following John as well.
Osaku pushed the button on her headset. "That's sounds like Johnny boy, alright. Always repaying his debts. However, I'm not agreeing with assistance until I hear that specifically from his own mouth." She sighed as she saw Chance swerve a little. "Baka! Pay attention, these things aren't exactly cheap. Anyways, I don't know what the hell you're talking about. Heh, Space Camp, don't make me laugh." she replied, before turning the wheels and slamming the brakes, drifting into a street going to the right. She slammed the gas pedal, going down the street. Up ahead, there was a large group of Confederation soldiers moving down the street, along with a half-tracked vehicle sporting a quad-barreled flak cannon.They easily spotted Osaku, and they all immediately began firing at her. "Oh sh... we got company down here! Lots of foot soldiers and a Flak Track." she said into her mic, swerving around to avoid as many bullets as she can. The Flak Track aimed it's guns down and fired as well, the flak shells exploding in the air, sending metal shrapnel in every direction. Osaku tapped the screen three times, firing bright prism beams into the crowd of infantry. She missed two times, but one beam did hit a soldier, sending smaller beams in other directions, hitting a few other soldiers as well. One of the split beams went up and sliced off one of the barrels of the Flak Track.
Eric nodded, looking at the blade. "Not much is known of the Novakids. It's starting to get repetitive, and she seems tired of repeating herself over and over again." he thought to himself. He coughed into his arm and looked out the door. "Well, you certainly have a few interesting trinkets, but perhaps we should continue the tour?" he suggested.
While Scraps was on its way to the cockpit, it stopped several times and looked back to make sure Juno was following, before eventually arriving at the cockpit. Scraps walked around, walking towards the chair and console. Wondering what was on the console, Scraps jumped up onto the chair, and then onto the console. Scraps pushed several buttons, but started to slip. Panicking, Scraps grabbed one of the levers to keep it from falling down, pulling the lever down.
(I'm gonna forget about Zen and Eclipse for now. They aren't involved with anything currently and I won't be back for a month, so this works out.)
May 27, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(Hey guys! I've been busy and distracted by school, since I have finals coming up in two weeks. With that comes summer, and my month long trip to the Philippines. I may get able to fit one more post in here before I leave, and the next time I'll be posting is in July. Just wanting to remind you guys on this.)
May 20, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(Metroid Prime 2 was really fun. If you get it, Ulti, you won't regret it.)
(Ulti, you forgot Chance and Zeus in your post. Also, has anyone ever heard from Craft? It's been way too long since he's posted, and I'm a bit worried about him.)
May 8, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(Just give me ten toasters, then I'll hook them up in series to my laptop to produce the world's most dank gaming pc, capable of playing all of the best MLG games out there like Meme Hunt: A Duck Hunt Parody.)
(Silly rambling aside, that's a nice picture AND a cool fact.)
May 7, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(So you got a pint of your very life-force taken out of you, eh? I've donated blood twice now. I wonder, were you completely fine after getting your blood drawn, or did you get super dizzy and nearly faint like some people do?)
(I suppose I wouldn't mind joining, if my toaster of a laptop can run it. Of course, even if it can, I could only play it when I'm at a public place with somewhat decent internet, so timing could be a thing.)
Chris puffed on his cigarette again, not flinching as the gun was pointed at him. "Who I'm fighting for? I fight for myself, my wife, my friends, and no one else." he replied. He said nothing about the hammer and sickle, as he had no idea about it himself. When Nekros hit Katharina, Chris smirked and took one more puff of his cigarette. As he did this, he withdrew his AA-12, pressing the button to eject the magazine, and pulling the charging handle to eject the shell in the chamber. He did this within two seconds, aimed the shotgun at Nekros, and pulled the trigger. Nothing happened, and the only sound was the hammer in the shotgun striking nothing. "Ha! You're full of p*ss and vinegar, laddy. I like that! Though that ain't gonna do no good if you direct it at your friends, after all, I could've killed ya right here and now." Chris took the magazine he ejected and slammed it back into place. "When you point a gun at the enemy, don't look away for a split second, ever. Now, go help her up, and follow me. We got tunnels to explore!" Chris exclaimed. He beckoned with his free hand for the rest of the group to follow him and he walked down into the dark tunnels, treating the whole thing with Nekros as if it were nothing serious.
Osaku sat down in her seat as she got herself ready to drive the IFV, sighing as she heard the Gravity Duo. "What the hell are you guys talking about? Actually, never mind, I don't wanna hear anymore nonsense." she muttered, putting on the seatbelt and revving the engine a few times. "These things drive just like normal cars, so you should be able to drive them easily. They also go as fast as one, so we should make some pretty good time. Now, follow me!" she ordered, throwing the IFV into gear and putting the petal to the metal. The wheels screeched against the pavement, and soon her IFV was speeding off down the road they were on.
The soldier simply nodded in response to Sukina, gesturing to the other nearby soldiers for help. With a total group of four, three of them went over to Sarah and one went over to Duke. The three soldiers took utmost caution as they lifted Sarah, avoiding her acidic blood whenever possible. They also tried to keep her as comfortable as possible as they transferred her. The one soldier that was tasked with carrying Duke was a big man, and he found it easy to lift him up. The soldier carrying Duke beckoned Sukina, Lilith, and Sevon with his head to come along, and he as well as the three other soldiers, moved to the helicopter slowly so the three Legion members can keep up with their care on the move. As they reached the Warhawk, the four soldiers carefully lay Duke and Sarah down on the floor inside, before heading out of the door so the group of three can get in. Up close, one could see the missile pods up close, as well as the powerful laser cannon directly below the cockpit. One thing that was clear was that the Allied armies combine highly technological and simple, conventional weapon systems in nearly everything. Another thing that would immediately catch the eyes of the Legion group was the rather extensive damage on the gunship. Majority of the gunship was swiss-cheesed with bullet holes, and there was a large hole in the tail of the gunship, revealing sparking wires and broken pipes leaking oils of some sort all over the place (such a hole was caused by the earlier missile attack near John's group). It was a miracle that the gunship could still fly, owing it to Allied engineering ingenuity. However, said engineers totally skipped on the comforts in the gunship. Inside, the passenger area was quite bland, mainly serving it's purpose to carry soldiers. There were no seats, so any passengers would have to sit on the uncomfortable metal floor or hold onto the metal loops in the ceiling. In the back wall, there was a small, sliding door that led to a storage compartment. The temperature was extremely hot, and the bullet holes allowed rain to come in, making the inside slippery and humid. Up in the front, there were two seats for the pilot and copilot, both of which were occupied.
John managed to lift himself up again shortly after being laid back down by Arith. He was curious to see what was going on, and despite witnessing the paranoia and gun pointing all around, John seemed more confused than concerned. He clutched his head as it pounded, and completely ignored Arith as she made her speech. "What's going on? Why is everyone yelling at each other?" he thought as he tried to get back up. He could not seem to recall what happened earlier in his head. As he stood up, he started to stumble around as he became dizzy. He stumbled forward, sneaking between Parker and Arith, bumping into Arith slightly. "Someone please tell me what's going on? And what are you doing aiming that at her?" he asked, directing his last question to the female tank crew member. He tried to walk forward, but being dizzy as ever, he tripped on his own foot and hit his head against the side of the tank, falling to the ground and rolling onto his stomach. He did not move, but moments later, he groaned in a similar way that a drunken man would waking up, except that it was in pain from hitting his head. He got up on his knees and an elbow, holding his head with the other hand. He mumbled a curse, as he now had to deal with a fuzzy, and now painful, head.
Parker was frozen stiff, standing behind Arith as she gave her speech. "What are you doing? You're gonna get hurt on my behalf! Please, just move out of the way, Arith." Parker wanted to say, but he kept quiet. Even when Arith deactivated her disguise, Parker did nothing. He was completely scared on how the tank crew members would react, though he was distracted when his father appeared by his side. "Father, you're up!" Parker exclaimed in glee, knowing that he could order the tank crew members to lower their weapons. Though, once John fell, Parker quickly rushed to his father. "Hey! Are you alright?" Parker, assisting his father, sat him up on the ground before checking his head. There was a some blood coming from a cut, though as Parker inspected it more, he discovered that the cut was minor enough that little action was needed. The area around the cut, however, did swell slightly, but it didn't concern him too much. "It's not as bad as I thought, some gauze could do the trick. You were dizzy, weren't you? You gotta take it easy next time!" Parker scolded his father, earning him a barely audible groan from John. He reached into his coat for the medical aid kit and set it on the ground. He opened it up and retrieved a roll of cloth, antibiotics, and a small gauze sponge. He ripped off a piece of cloth from the roll and cleaned up the wound, before applying the antibiotics to the cut. He then placed the gauze sponge on the cut before keeping it in place by wrapping and tying the cloth around John's head. Parker sighed, he knew that Firion could simply heal the wound on the spot, but he wanted to be the one to help out his father this time.
Despite the speech, the tank crew members still kept their weapons up. The female tank crew member's eyes widened as Arith revealed herself. There was more tension than ever, but before the female crew member could make the mistake of shooting Arith, she was violently pushed to the ground by the engineer as he ran over to Arith, stopping close to her. His eyes were wide too, but they were full of curiosity instead of fear as he looked over Arith from all angles. "Oh my gosh, this is amazing! I don't know how this is even physically possible, but the boys at the research facility must have hit a huge advancement in genetics and bio-engineering! Why, a bipedal wolf with a human shaped body capable of combat and speech. Even the fur feels like a dog's." the Engineer stated as he felt the fur on her tail. He quickly stepped away before Arith could respond to him touching her tail, going over towards Firion. "And it looks like another bio-engineering phenomenon over here, too. According to the voice I keep hearing in my head, they must come from you." The Engineer quickly ran over to Trevor and Rune. The crew member that was pointing his gun at them, was now distracted by the strange outbursts from the engineer, before he himself was pushed away for being in the engineer's way. He grabbed Trevor's hand and inspected the visible cybernetics. "Wow. The Soviets had pretty advanced cyborg tech like this, don't get me wrong. But this is on a whole new level of advanced!" The Engineer took a step back, letting go of Trevor's hand. "I never would have guessed you two were spies. Oh, I bet you have a bunch of really cool gadgets as well! After this is all over, would you two mind showing me them? Please?" he begged. He was strangely excited, like a young kid at a candy store.
Jacques lowered his weapon immediately as Arith stepped in, listening to what she had to say. He was quite shocked when she revealed her true form, however, and was at a loss for words on what to say. However, the thing that put him off the most was the Engineer's, rather enthusiastic, reaction to all the strange things. "I don't know what's weirder: the three teleporting enemies from nowhere and you guys, or the damn engineer." he said, raising a brow.
(I felt like adding some comedic relief in this post instead of being my usual serious self. Sorry.)
Eric listened to Minera, looking at the sword as she told the story. "Wow, that's quite the artifact. What's it like, to be the one to own and care for an important piece of history of your race? It has to be a pretty big responsibility, I'd imagine." he asked. Eric also had a question about exploding stars, but he kept that to himself for now.
Scraps felt the rather light force of impact from Juno as he landed on Scraps' back. Scraps then started to run around in circles, chasing its own tail for a minute straight, before running off towards the cockpit of the ship.
Zen laughs alone with Erin. "True, it does look pretty silly." she replied, before turning her attention to the newcomer. "Ah, hello there, strange person with grey skin and pointy ears!" she greeted, remaining silent as Julie went off answering the newcomer's questions. She smirked. "Yeah, what that fox-eared woman said." Zen then extended her paw out towards the newcomer. "I better introduce myself. My name's Zen, and that beautiful mute wolf behind is my lover, Eclipse."
Eclipse heard Zen introduce them, so she faced the newcomer and waved, putting on a gentle smile. "He certainly is strange. Grey skin and pointy ears. Humans had a name for pointy eared people, but I forget what that was." she thought to herself.
Apr 26, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(If it's that stressful to major in game development, then I could only imagine what awaits me in mechanical engineering. Also, I'm terribly sorry about my posting. School is more busy than usual since it's nearly the end of the year, and I'm going to begin my robotics trip to St. Louis in a few hours from the time I write this post. With all that on my mind, it's become difficult to focus on writing a post. So once again, I'm sorry, and please forgive me.)
Apr 20, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(Gah! I do apologize for my inactivity, but there's been too much going on with school and such for me to even sit down and write up a proper post. Not to mention I'll be gone all next week for World Competitions for robotics down in St. Louis, Missouri. I'll be sure to get one up on the weekend.)
Apr 17, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(Wooh! I'm back from state robotics competition. The weather was beautiful in the city it took place (Grand Rapids, Michigan) and even the governor of Michigan showed up there as well. Despite one of the robots catching on fire, and someone getting their legs ran over by a car outside the field, I'd say it was a pretty good time. My team is even qualified for World Competitions. Now that I'm back, I can get started on my makeup work for school and to write up a post.)
Apr 7, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(I guess we're waiting on both Term and Craft. I do have some news though. I will be unable to post at all next week due to two things: State Robotics Competition, and the dreaded SAT testing. Just wanting to let you guys know beforehand.)
Apr 3, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(Yeah, specifically I play Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2, and it's expansion, Yuri's Revenge. I've played it since I was a wee young kid, so that gives you an idea of how old that game is. (Which it was released in 2000, so yeah.) I've never played Red Alert 3, so I've no opinion on it. Despite it's age, Red Alert 2 has a pretty active fanbase that makes mods and unofficial patches even to this day. If it's a simple RTS game you're searching for, Red alert 2 has you covered.)
Apr 3, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
John closed his eyes and lowered his head as he heard the voices of his friends and son on the speaker. After a long sigh, he opened his eyes and picked up the two cards. He never gave them a look before calling surrender. Fiera frowned and said nothing, picking up the cards, shuffling the deck, and passing them out again. John looked at his two cards, which were an eight of hearts and a six of spades. Remembering that this was his head they were in, he simply thought that it was a king of hearts and an ace, and sure enough, the cards became a perfect blackjack. John smiled a sinister smile, putting his cards on the table and called a surrender, once again. Fiera became furious and slammed her fist on the table. "What the hell?! You're not even trying at all. Why can't you do something as simple as playing a little blackjack, hmm?" she yelled. John sighed, doing a facepalm. "Because it's pointless. Since this is really some sort of lucid dream, we can both manifest anything in here, such as victories in a card game. We'd both be tied every single game until my body gives out." John explained, "though I could remove those clothes of yours with a single thought, that ought to be more entertaining." Fiera looked the other way and sighed, muttering, "Perverted old man..." John chuckled a little at her reaction. "Calm down, I was simply joking. And just because I'm forty doesn't mean I'm old. Now, if you were in control, you'd give me some sort of power, if I recall earlier. What is this power?" John asked. Fiera glared at him while she walked around the table. When she was close enough, she rose her fist and sent it flying into John's face. John had no time to react and flew back from the force onto the floor face-first, though he did not feel any pain. Instead, he felt hot, and as he pushed himself up, he heard the sound of flames crackling. John looked around and noticed that the whole inside of the casino was on fire. "The power I speak of is the flames of Hell itself." Fiera replied, walking around with a flip-lighter in her hands. "It can easily melt those big scary Soviet tanks into a pile of molten metal, and incinerate your fellow Man into ashes. But why incinerate a person? No, that's too boring for me. I like to lower the temperature a bit, light 'em ablaze and let them slowly roast." As she continued on, she started to sound insane. "To see them run around desperately as flames consume then, and to hear them scream in agony as they burn all over! And to see in their eyes as they hope that they would just die already. Why, just thinking abut it fills me with an ungodly amount of joy!" Fiera laughed hysterically as she pointed the flip lighter in a random direction and struck the flint. Instead of a small, tiny flame, there was a large, cone-like gout of flame that erupted from the small lighter, setting any tables and walls it touched ablaze. John felt a chill run down his spine as he stepped back. "You're a monster, you know." John said. Fiera smiled and looked at John, before starting to walk towards him. "John, it's impolite and hypocritical to call a lady a monster. After all, I represent your two strongest traits: wrath and insanity." she whispered to him as she stood at his side and leaned on his shoulder. For John, being this close to the insane homicidal arson was too close for comfort, but there wasn't much else he could do but stand still. "Well, she nailed one part of me down, but I don't know about being insane." John thought, but he did not ask Fiera about it. Just then, however, he noticed Firion's human form within the room with him. After hearing his message, he turned to Fiera, who was now on her knees and holding her head, looking drowsy. "Ugh... who is that freak?" Fiera asked in a barely audible voice. All of the sudden, everything went fuzzy for a second, then returned to normal. John smirked and looked at Firion. "Whatever you're doing, it's working, Firion." he said to him, before walking over to Fiera, squatting down and flicking her forehead. The whole room went fuzzy again, before returning to normal. "You see that, Fiera? Looks like I'm waking up, and with me in control." John said to her with a cocky attitude. Fiera then looked up into John's eyes with a look that screamed 'I want to murder you.' "Fool. Do you really think you won? I've only been weakened by that Firion freak. It's only a matter of time before I regain my strength. You better make sure your friends are far, far away, because I won't hesitate burning them up along with the Soviets. Heh, I wonder how that pretty boy of yours screams in agony." John got furious at the last line and proceeded to strangle her, although since they were in his head, she couldn't die. Fiera tried to laugh, but made a few guttural sounds instead. Within seconds, everything became fuzzy, and faded away to blackness.
In the real, physical world, John opened his eyes to see the gray skies above and Arith and Firion over him. He managed to push himself in a sitting position, holding his head with one of his hands. "What in God's name was all that..." he muttered to himself. His mind was quite fuddled and out of place, plus he was mostly unaware of the situation around him. As Rune looked around, he would find no noticeable enemy soldiers anywhere. Infact, the whole area seemed deserted besides them.
Parker had a very hard time trying to calm down, still shaking his father. "Father, please wake up!" He then heard Firion's mental messages, and as he looked back, he saw him in his other form (not sure what you call what Firion is currently.) Parker stood still with wide eyes. "F-Frion? Is that you? What happened?" Parker asked. He wouldn't have the time for them to be answered though, as the female tank crew member drew her handgun and aimed at Firion, shaking in fear at the strange creature in front of her. Parker noticed this, and on instinct, got up onto his feet and jumped infront of Firion, placing himself between the tank crew member and Firion. "Wait! Don't shoot." Parker screamed, earning a confused look from the tank crew member. "Boy, there's a monster behind you that is possibly a Soviet weapon. Step aside now." she ordered Parker to do, but Parker still stood his ground. The other tank crew member took notice of Trevor and walked towards him, stopping when he could clearly see the cybernetic parts of Trevor showing through his spray-on skin. The other crew member's face suddenly expressed a mix of fear and anger as he aimed his gun at Trevor. "Halt, you Soviet cyborg spy. You so dare as twitch an arm and I'll drop you here and now!" he yelled. The female tank crew member overheard that, and as such, kept her gun pointed at Parker. "A Soviet cyborg and... and that freakish monster. You must be a spy, too!" Parker was quite shocked to hear her make the assumption. However, he remained silent, for if he said something wrong, he might be shot here and now. "To think I might be killed by my own allies. That's something I've never expected." he thought. Parker glanced over on his side as he felt something heavy leaning on his side, and sure enough, it was Jacques, aiming a handgun at the female tank crew member.
Jacques was sitting there, watching everything that was happening before him, including the whole situation with the panicking tank crew members. He was still pretty weak, but he was strong enough to pick himself up and walk over to Parker, seeing his friend in a sticky situation. As he got to him, he leaned on his friend's shoulder for support and drew his handgun, aiming it at the female tank crew member. "Hey, I'm just as confused as you are on everything that's going on, ma'am. But there's no need to be pointing that at anyone. Lower it, and calm down. Perhaps John over there can explain everything, he seems to be waking up." he said, looking over at John who was now sitting up.
The engineer, who was next to the tank along with Elizabeth, was rubbing his eyes as he had to take in everything that he has seen. "Teleporting enemies, and that white fluffy fox thing? All of this defies logical explanation." he muttered to himself.
Elizabeth, who was next to the engineer, was crouched down on the ground, closing her eyes and holding her knees close to her body. She was scared out of her wits, and wanted nothing to do with what was going on right now.
Zen smirked as she heard Endie speak. "Oh yeah, looks like you guys did get that thingamajig to work. Wonder if we should try it on my lover here, hm?" she said, looking mischievously at Eclipse.
Eclipse gave a silent laugh and shook her head as she heard Zen mention trying the device on her. "I don't really want to try it. I mean, I'm mute for a reason, right? If I try it, what would the Greater Alphas think of me? But it's technically not speaking, so I shouldn't worry. I mean, I'll be able to actually start nagging at Zen for a bit, hehe. Still..." Eclipse thought to herself, conflicting between her religion and curiosity.
Scraps turned around to face Juno for a few seconds, before spying the shelf above the bed. Scraps readied itself and jumped up to get on the shelf, though he would soon be caught midair by his owner.
Eric chuckled to himself as he saw Juno jump onto the bed. It was a bit silly to see something with tiny legs jump pretty high. He turned his attention back to the shelf and .glossed over the items on display, putting a hand on his chin to think. "The sword is the most noticeable, and one to have quite the story behind it. There's some small trinkets under it as well, some of which appear quite valuable. I'll ask about the sword." Eric thought, inspecting the sword now from a distance. "It's unlike any sword I've seen. The blade is made of some unknown red metal, and the crossguard is uniquely shaped with a glowing center. It's like the glowing desert crystals found in the Great Dryad desert. I've heard that the Roskus kingdom uses those to light up it's streets at night, but I highly doubt it." Eric looked at Minera and pointed at the sword. "What's the tale to tell on the sword over the shelf, Minera?" he asked. As he said that, Eric noticed that Scraps was getting ready to jump on the shelf. "Scraps!" Eric yelled before rushing over and catching it in midair. "Goodness gracious, Scraps, if you got up there, I can only imagine what mess you'd make with Minera's trinkets." he scolded his mechanical fox, holding it and sighing. "My apologies, Scraps here is quite playful, and nosy." Eric said towards Minera as he put Scraps back down on the ground.
(Forgot to put this part in the previous post of mine with Chris' group. Whoops.)
At the wall, some of the Allied soldiers were standing near Sukina, Sevon, Lilith, Sarah, and Duke, keeping watch over them until Guns' helicopter arrived. They looked around awkwardly, unsure of what to say to them. Their strange appearances were unlike any that the soldiers saw before, but they were friendly, according to Osaku, so they watched over them. Pretty soon, the sound of helicopter rotors could be heard as the group's custom Warhawk flew over them at low altitude. It took a few minutes due to the buildings around, but the Warhawk was able to land on the street a short distance away from the wounded Legion soldiers. One of the allied soldiers rushed over to the Warhawk and opened the door on the side. Another one of them walked over to Sukina. "Ma'am, your ride is hear. Do you need help getting those two on the gunship?" the soldier informed and asked Sukina.
Mar 31, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(I,p sɐʎ ᴉʇ,s ɯoɹǝ lᴉʞǝ poʍusᴉpǝ nd' qnʇ ʇɥɐʇ pǝdǝups ᴉɟ ʎonɹ ɟlooɹ ᴉs ɐɔʇnɐllʎ ʇɥǝ ɔǝᴉlᴉuƃ ʍɥᴉlǝ ᴉu ∀nsʇɹɐlᴉɐ˙)
Mar 29, 2016Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
(Most likely it will end in a large final battle, and I'll find a way to demoralize the guys before it.)
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