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located in Alfheim, a part of Deliverance, one of the many universes on RPG.

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Character Portrait: Ellen Winter Character Portrait: Korhya Filia Character Portrait: Crescent Winter Character Portrait: Shiro
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❝As long as you believe in hope, you can reach for the stars and smile.❞


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|| Girl Inside || Mika Kobayashi ||




"Are you really sure about this, Aya?" Heron had taken her to the tunnel that lead to the Blossom Tier. "You don't want me to take you the rest of the way?" Aya shook her head, her knees trembling. "Aya can go rest of way." She said, patting her bike's engine. She needed to go home to her father and tell him that she was going to become a knight and work. Wouldn't that be wonderful? He would be so proud of her, it would be as if nothing ever went wrong. Maybe she could find Aspen and the real Aya too, and tell them that she'd become a Knight of Ashia. "If you're sure, but don't think I noticed that limp of yours." Heron pat her head for some reason. "Remember, you're my cute squire in training now, so I'm not gonna let anything bad happen to you, okay?"

For some reason the iittle squid was blushing and she didn't know why. Still, first things first, she needed to go and tell father the good news. "Um, Aya's going now." Heron grinned, waving a little hand. She was going to be late for work, but she insisted on escorting Aya at least this far before parting. "I'll give the registry to King Azel for you to become my squire so I can train you." Heron flashed a fanged grin. "You'll receive a special invitation in a few days, it'll allow you through the gates to the Untouchable Tier. I expect you at the barracks for training by the end of the week, got it?" Aya nodded, sitting on her gravity bike and she set off through the tunnels.

It didn't take long for her to reach the Rubble Tier. Zipping through the city skies on her nice clothes was something, but now she was back home among the dirt and garbage like she belonged. It hurt to pee, it hurt to do much of anything. Itward was a terrifying monster and Aya was almost afraid that Heron was going to be just as bad. But even so this was the only way Aya could become strong enough to protect Cress. "Father?" She called, opening the door, limping her way in, hobbling on her weak shaking legs. "Are you here?"

A punch in the stomach announced his presence to her. "You were gone quite a while, weren't you?" He growled, glaring at her. "What a bad daughter you've been. Aya always comes back home to father, don't you know?" He kicked her in the side as she fell to the ground, grimacing, holding her stomach. "Get up, I need to teach you how to be a good child again." He lifted her by the collar, growling. She went limp, because she knew how to do this. Smile and don't resist, and he'll get bored eventually. Wasn't that always how it worked? "I'm going to become a knight." She whispered, as if saying it again would make it true. "I don't know where you got that idea, but Rubbles can't become knights." He muttered. "A good daughter doesn't go seducing nobles. You're going to stay home with me where you belong."