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Tirihdil (Xanan)

Xanan Royal Guard

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a character in “Felxan”, as played by Kuron Shiro

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Name: Tirihdil
Age: 20
Race: Xanan
Height: 5'8
Weight: 150lbs
Magic: Drains the lifeforce of plants and animals arround him to further highten all of his physical attributes.
Weapon: A longsword passed down in Tirihdil's family. It's made from Iron with gold trimming on the hilt.
Backstory: Tirihdil has sworn to protect the lives of the Queen and Prince of Xana after training from when he was young
to follow in his fathers footsteps as a Royal Guard. He spent most of his life learning swordplay and training his
body physically and mentally. His father was trying to protect the Kings life in battle only to die alongside him.

So begins...

Tirihdil (Xanan)'s Story

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Rebecca hated the morning. It meant the start of a day and with it the awakening of everything. All she could hope for was that there would be clouds to cover the sun, at least. She did like walking her normal route outside the castle every day but she just never took well to the activity with the rays shining down upon her.

The morning feast was primarily consisting of a few animals her hunters had managed to catch wondering her forest. There were few animals that wondered through her woods aside from predators due to the lack of leaves or grass. Since the woods were mostly of trees and soil forsaken of nutrients hunters would often have to go as far as the edge of Orlpar forest to successfully capture food. Of course minding to not cross the boarder.

Rebecca was on the way back to her chambers when she sensed something foreign invade her lands. She not only had eyes from her guardsmen and people but she also had a few pets that were throughout the woods that gave her sight her land. Whatever the invader was it possessed little to no threat. Rebecca quickly walked to her room and was just in time to see a red cardinal perch on her window sill.

Rebecca immediately recognized the bird as a royal carrier and approached it. She knew the bird wouldn't fly off for it was on a mission. There was a letter on it's saddle and Rebecca quickly snatched the bird from the sill. She gently squeezed it and it's head being between her index and middle finger gave it little room to struggle. Rebecca smiled at the bird struggling and then it disappeared when she felt the letter in her grasp as well. The Queen took the letter and glared at the cardinal. She spoke, her voice dripping with venom.

"You are a lucky bird. I am not the type of person to kill the messenger.

Rebecca walked to the window and opened her hand. The bird quickly flew off leaving the queen with the letter. She opened it and read through the letter carefully. The royal carrier gave Rebecca an idea of who the letter came from and the family crest only confirmed her suspicion. She read the letter over a couple of times to fully understand what its message was. She then folded the letter back and thought.

The fighting surely wasn't getting anywhere. It was different than facing other threats because her people's magic didn't work on the Elves and the Elves magic didn't work on the Drow. This required much change of strategy that just resorted, primarily, to hand to hand combat.

"Tirihdil!" Rebecca called out and within moments her royal guard was at her door. "I need you to tell everyone that I'm issuing a momentary cease of action against the Elves." Tirihdil blinked. He didn't know why the Queen had a sudden change of plans but he knew she would explain. "It seems that the Queen of the Elves grows tired of the fighting as have I." Rebecca held out the letter to her guardsman and he took it. "Have my advisors look over the letter and tell them to write a reply agreeing to meet with the Queen of Felia."

"What if it's a trap?"

"This is why I need my advisors. It is us that do not have the advantageous ground. We are meeting on the Felia Queen's terms. This is war so I do not know what she intends. Even though we are royalty I wouldn't put it past the enemy to resort to lure tactics. No matter how low it would be to set up a peaceful assembly with the intentions to assassinate the opposing head. After the advisors have written the letter send it to me so that I may look it over and send it off." Tirihdil bowed and left.

It was too long until Rebecca's guardsman returned with the letter. He handed it to her and she quickly read it over.

'Greetings Ufarian,

I agree with your concern about our people's number dwindling due to the ongoing war. There is little to gain, if anything at all, at this point of the war. The battling is exhausting our people and supplies. I have called for a cease in action against your kingdom and any of your people. I hope you will do the same. Since you have made the initial plans to meet I will leave it to you when we should meet. Hopefully, this meeting will bare positive results that can aim towards our kingdoms rebuilding themselves.

Signed,
Rebecca, Queen of Xana


Like in the letter Rebecca received, she sealed the letter with her family crest. Her own courier was already waiting on the window sill. The bird was a crow with the top of it's wings being red. This made it stand out from the rest and with Rebecca's power she could see it through its mission.

"Make haste, little one." With that the bird flew off heading for the Felia castle. Rebecca felt uncomfortable. She wasn't used to waiting on someone else. She had mixed feelings about the meeting. Then a thought came to her head. Tirihdil was still standing at her door from giving her the letter.

"Tirihdil.

Yes, my lady.

"I want you to bring our best archers to the this meeting. If anything happens that I don't agree with then I'll give a signal for them to kill the Queen. But remember to only do it on my say so, unless I'm dead. Rebecca turned back towards her window as her Royal Guard left to relay her message. She smiled. It was good to regain some control of the situation.

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Tirihdil left the Queen in her quarters and walked down the hallways of the castle. Even though there are Guards placed outside of her chambers Tirihdil still felt on edge leaving her, especially with the Felian's contacting her. "What if the letter was just used to distract our eyes and ears while they snuck in close to assassinate the Queen" He thought to himself as he walked at a steady pace towards the barracks which were located underneath Xana's Castle. He couldn't turn back to be there with the Queen because of the Queen's orders so he must continue with the small yet important quest she gave him...

Finally he reached the barracks. The barracks was a large place that used to hold the armour and weaponry of every warrior in Xana, but the wars have only left us with a few soldiers left now, probably close to 50 men which are mostly made up of new recruits. But there were still about 5 - 10 veteran archers. Tirihdil entered the barracks and the soldiers all bowed in respect for their higher up.

"The Queen requires aid from the archers. There has been some... News. The Felian Queen has requested to meet with our Lady and it is our duty to protect her! Get your gear prepared we will be leaving on her say so."

Tirihdil left as the Soldiers muttered among themselves and hurried back.

He then returned to the Queens quarters to inform her of his completion of the task she set for him. As he entered the Queens room he kneel'd down in front of her "My Lady! The Archers have been informed and are preparing to leave on your word" He stood up and looked into the Queens eyes to help convey his feelings on the situation "My Lady... This meeting. How can it be trusted? I understand that they don't have many numbers amongst their ranks anymore. But... What if they have more? and they are just trying to get you out in the open... You should consider sending someone in your place to represent you, it's the safest option."

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Rebecca nodded her head in agreement. She understood how risky this was.

"While I share your concern, Tirihdil, I have to consider the possibility of this meeting being true in its intentions. What if the Elves really do want to meet with us and form a type of peace between our people. While I don't mind war we are stuck at a constant stalemate and it is only resulting in a higher body count."

"And what if it is a trap? I cannot risk our Queen's safety on a possibility." Rebecca smiled. She was glad to have such a loyal person as her royal guard. Not only was he good with a weapon but he also had a head on his shoulders, which is not a trait shared by most of the other warriors.

"I will have my animals stationed throughout the area. If something looks even remotely out of place we will know before the Elves have a chance to initiate a trap. I have no plans on dying. And if things do go south then we still have my son, Karst, to take my place at the throne. But I trust you will ensure that nothing will happen to me regardless. Rebecca turned and walked to her window. "You may leave." She called without turning.

When she heard the door close behind her Rebecca pulled back her sleeve, revealing the throwing daggers attached to a bracelet. With a flick of her wrist a dagger would slide into her hand. She had this bracelet since she was a young girl as a form of defense. She could still throw with deadly accuracy but the edge of the blades were lined with a deadly poison, only Rebecca had the cure to, just in case the blade itself didn't kill the target. If the Queen of Felia didn't give suggestions to Rebecca's liking then she would take it upon herself to eliminate the Elf Queen. They were in a time of war after all...

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"Good morning, Altonree. This is about the bird, isn't it?" He asked, standing by a window and looking out over the castle grounds; dusty, dry and infiltrated by half-dead vines that grew across and around stone; gripping and snaking as though to squeeze life from every object they could find. Trees stood gnarled and disfigured, but their leaves were coloured as red and murky yellow, adding a flavour to the Castle that could not be found elsewhere in Ufaria. Karst found it calming to stand beneath them and think.

"I saw it leave earlier, then a short while ago it was followed by Mother's crow. Why have you come to me and not her? You must know I know nothing about this," he lied, implying his sharp mind hadn't already deduced the most obvious likely answer to the riddle.

He shrugged slightly, then turned his back to the window-still and leaned lightly against it. His clothes were as regal as one would expect; with a style all of their own. His worn coat was not simply soft and adorned with all the fancies the tailors could think of, but looked as though the wings of a dragon were winding around his arms and torso and keeping them safe from the cold.

"Well, I should probably go and speak to her," he grumbled, not really wanting to approach any business that could be considered official - especially so early in the day. "I imagine you want to speak with her too, right?" He asked, pushing away from the window and then beginning his walk up towards the tower.

When he reached the winding stairs, he began to climb up to the highest room. It took a good few minutes to finally reach his mother's quarters, but eighteen years of running up and down those stairs from childhood to adulthood had given him strong legs and he felt no fatigue when the door was finally in his gaze. He saw Tirihdil leave the room as he went up towards it, but said nothing to the guard directly. He only gave a slight nod of greeting and approval, before turning towards the mage - assuming he had followed - and ordering: "stay here until we give you leave to enter."

With that, he pushed open the door and slid inside, closing it behind him.

"Hello, mother. I hope you're not planning to leave me in the dark again," he greeted, moving over to the Queen's bed and sliding down on it lazily, his arms crossed behind his head and his eyes on the ceiling. If Altonree had joined him in climbing the tower, he would also casually point out that, "the mage is outside, by the way. I think he wants to talk to you."

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Tirihdil gave a slight bow to the Prince as he walked past towards his mothers chambers. He decided that while he had leave he would take a stroll around the perimeter to make sure there were no spies or decoys that followed the messenger. The castle doors were opened for the civilians to enter and leave when they wanted, there were only some civilians that still lived outside the walls of the castle and those numbers fall everyday. Luckily the castle is large enough to house what survivors we have left. The Queen believes that if we are all in one place close to one another we can keep moral higher and the guards can focus more on the castle and its occupants.

The sun was fairly low in the sky and the day was still young. Tirihdil left the castle doors and continued to survey the area keeping his eyes open for any surprises that may occur. There was a steady stream of people leaving and the castle at these hours, about this time people would be heading to work or would already be there. The Queen insisted for them to stay but they just cant sit by and do nothing, for some people their work is the only thing they have left. The people of Xana are fairly clean and a lot of them are young.

After a quick lap around the outside walls of the castle Tirihdil came back inside with a sigh of relief. He started to wonder back up to the Queen to see if she had anything for him to do and to check back in on her as he's been gone a while...

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Tirihdil ascended the stair way to the Queens chambers, and knocked on her door before opening. He noticed three people inside, The Prince, His personal bodyguard and The Queen. They were talking about something but had stopped upon my entering. "Excuse me my lady" Tirihdil stepped inside and closed the door. "I have just done a quick walk around the wall and the castle looks secure."
Tirihdil sensed the atmosphere of the room "It is my duty to protect you my lady, and my lord. Is there something i must know here?" Normally a guard wouldn't ask questions like this, but Tirihdil often does because of his loyalty to the Queen. He must protect the royal blood of Xana as that was his oath. He''s not afraid to ask questions as long as it helps him with his job as the Queen's guard.

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Rebecca nodded her head at Tirihdil.

"Yes. We have come to discussing what our next plan of action is and what we should do after this peace treaty is carried out. Ordrin suggest we seize the opportunity, while the elves have their defenses down to end them once and for all. Prince Karst feels this treaty should be followed through since we are not likely to worry about the elves betraying their word."

"I am on the fence about this what we should do. I only want to do what the people would want but of course no matter what I decide there will be those that are against my actions. Some my want peace, while others want revenge for their fallen family and friends. So I ask you of your opinion, Tirihdil. What do you think we should do?"


Rebecca also considered telling her people about this as well. It was very important. The fate of the entire kingdom shouldn't just be decided by a few individuals. Also, it would be easy to see who would rebel depending on what choice was made if there was a ballot of votes from each person. It would save for a much bigger headache that could ensue down the rode but first Rebecca wanted to here what her royal guard had to say on the matter. His advice was always sound and Rebecca needed him now for his opinion as much as she did when her husband died.

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"Their vengeance means nothing to me," spat Karst, somewhat suddenly and somewhat harshly. "My father died at the sword of their King, just as their King died at the sword of ours. Vengeance has been nullified through mutual destruction and now, as heir to the throne, my will is to continue the proceedings of peace until such a time as further action is required."

He turned towards his mother, looking to her for some support in his argument. "Is that not what you want for your son, Mother? To be King of not only our realm - but theirs too? Without violence, no less? No matter the path we choose to take, the ending destination will be the same. Surely it makes sense to travel the easiest path - while preparing for such a time when we might need to take the hardest?"

He looked to Tirihdil, then Ordrin, both valuable allies if they would submit to not only his mother's reign, but his own too. "They say that before the war, our kind could live for hundreds of years. Maybe longer. When was the last time one of ours reached a hundred? One of theirs? I know of none. Our people have been so few, the fighting so fierce, that it has been impossible to not die from a grievous wound, or poison, or deadly illness for as long as any of us can remember! I barely reached adulthood myself, so dangerous is our world.
"I could unite our two peoples and lead us into an era of prosperity that lasts an age. Our numbers with bloom back to their pre-war thousands, hundreds of thousands. We can rebuild and reinhabit the abandoned towns and cities and create a vast, powerful army with which to turn our natural need to conquer onto those who lie beyond the borders of Ufaria."

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(Should be in Castle Xana)

Ordrin stood pensively, going through everything that was being said. Maybe he hadn't quite been clear in his statement. He could explain himself more, but let them think what they wanted. Maybe his response would clarify things enough.


Rebecca seemed indecisive. While he would not argue with what she decided, that did not mean he would follow it. Especially if it went against his thoughts. A queen had to be confident in her decisions, able to deal with problems as they came without faltering. While he would have liked to say something regarding that matter, he had promised Karst that he would cease being "disrespectful" to his mother. Karst may have been vexing at times, but Ordrin would follow him down whatever path he chose.

"Whatever is best for our people, Prince Karst. I trust in you to lead us, whether through war or through peace, however uneasy a peace it may be. What you say- and what you say, my queen- shall be my final goal until otherwise." The means to reach that goal would be his however. While Karst may feel the blood debt between the kingdoms settled, Ordrin did not think so. He would have it, no matter the cost. As long as it did not destroy Xana. Civilization brought safety, however destructive a one. Without civilization, they would be little more than animals.

Steeling his face, he cleared his throat. "There is one more thing, something that it is imperative we investigate, if what I found means anything. Something I've never seen," he spoke seriously. Unclasping a small pouch resting on his hip, he withdrew a small violet orb supported by a twisted silver pedestal. Setting it on the table, it oozed a shadowy substance that dissipated quickly. Any light passing near was snagged by the object, leaving it almost unseeable. "I have never seen something like this. While it is similar to our magic, it is far more destructive. It does not seek the balance of life with death; it seeks to consume everything. When I found it, all nearby was rotten, husks of their former selves even by the standards of our spells. Closer- and closer is a relative term, I traveled almost a mile through this- everything was simply disappearing. What was not simply a structure of shadow flickered in and out of existence. You have more knowledge of this than I, my queen. What is it?" He gazed at her intently. He would get an answer of some sort before leaving.

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Upon being asked the question Rebecca peered closer into the orb.

"According to what you say, I'd believe this entity to be a consumer. It devours energy in whatever form it may be. Unfortunately, there are no texts that explain exactly what it is or what its origins are. As long as we are clear of the path it's taking we should be fi-" Rebecca's eyes went out of focus for a second but she quickly returned to normal.
"It seems we have guest. My animals have picked up to stray elves that just crossed into our territory. Despite the peace that was asked for, it seems we are having several invaders today. The orb will have to wait. Its path is predictable. The elves are not. I want them captured alive, if possible. I must know if they act independently of their queen before I decide what shall be done with them. Who knows? If they are defiant of their Elf Queen and we turn them over then surely that would earn us favor in her eyes."

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"Of course making allies with the Elves would be beneficial... And they are trustworthy... However the Xanan population are still filled with hatred for the Elves. I wouldn't know what decision to make..."

Tirihdil listened in on the conversation.

"..Elves? Hmm... This is unusual for the elves to go back on their word and attack us..."

"Should i ready the archers?" Tirihdil asked the Queen

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"Of course making allies with the Elves would be beneficial... And they are trustworthy... However the Xanan population are still filled with hatred for the Elves. I wouldn't know what decision to make..."

Tirihdil listened in on the conversation.

"..Elves? Hmm... This is unusual for the elves to go back on their word and attack us..."

"Should i ready the archers?" Tirihdil asked the Queen

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(BTW, the Elves are in neutral territory not Drow territory. :P)

"There's only two of them, yes? Then they're likely hunters, or a small border patrol. They might even be envoys, but I won't know until I get there," he explained, standing tall and beginning to fasten up the coat he wore; fastened into the style of dragon wings winding around his form. "Myself and Ordrin will go and watch from a distance and approach them if need be."

He had no need to go personally, but when Karst was bored there was little anyone could do to detain him. "Ordrin will follow me, hidden and prepared to strike if there is danger. Guard, receive an order!" He called through the door, at which point one of the standing men of the castle watch entered the room and bowed. "Prepare my father's horse and sword, have them ready for me by gate. Have a horse for Ordrin prepared too."

He turned towards his mother and Tirihdil, lost in thought for a moment. "I imagine you're going to have Tirihdil follow me. That's fine. I don't care. As long as I'm not even aware that he and his men are present, for I do not want this simple scouting session look to be a serious patrol or attack. Nor do I want him to act unless we are beset upon by hidden enemy forces. No doubt the enemy will be cautious and hostile when we arrive in these neutral lands and I will not see them dead simply for drawing a sword or bow."

He turned, not saying another word as he left the room and made his way out towards the gate. He would continue this, unless someone stopped him.

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Upon learning that a group of elves had been detected in the neutral territory and that they were to go investigating, Ordrin began smiling. A weak smile, but one nonetheless. He had hoped to rest a bit more after returning from his trip through the forest, especially when he had been carrying the consumer with him. While it seemed to not be completely active, it was nevertheless taxing to carry the artifact for any length of time. Karst barked his orders and left the room, leaving him there with Rebecca and Tirihdil.

Turning back towards them, he picked up the small purple orb, gazing into its depths before tearing his gaze away. It would do no good to have himself die. Setting it back down, he addressed Rebecca, "My Queen, if it is your desire to keep the orb for further study, I shall leave it here. If I am to retain it for the time being, send it down to the stables." Bowing shallowly, he backed out of the room. Leaping down the stairs three steps at a time, he swiftly made his way back to the room in which he resided. A fortunate thing that he had left the haversack packed as it was.

Picking up the bag, he retrieved the hand-crossbow and the accompanying bolts from the drawer in his nightstand. While the forest would limit the effectiveness of such a weapon, it was usually beneficial to carry some sort of ranged weapon in case of emergencies. Stopping in the act of leaving the room, he laughed. What were they doing? A prince, his bodyguard, and the Queen's bodyguard going to investigate a simple incursion into neutral territory. So easily they could die and none would be the wiser until the bodies were found. If they were found.

With that, he proceeded to the stables where Karst was waiting for him. Bowing as a greeting, he moved immediately to the matter, "I presume you will not be turned from the matter. In that case, I shall do my best to preserve your health my prince. How would you like me to follow, behind, ahead, or to the side? Each presents their own risk and options. Myself, I think it is best if I scout the path so as the find any dangers." Waiting for Kart's response, Ordrin attached the haversack and crossbow to the saddle before mounting. Time for another adventure.

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"Don't worry my lady i will go with him and make sure things go smoothly" Tirihdil said as he left the Queen's quarters.

Tirihdil reported to the stables after gathering a small amount of supplies for himself. The prince and Ordrin were also at the stables getting ready to head out. "My Lord" Tirihdil bowed slightly as he walked in respect for the Prince. Tirihdil's respect for the royal family was in high regard as he was brought up to be that way by his father who had died alongside the king. "Count me in on your scouting mission, i'm good in a fight and in the shadows" He continued to sattle up the horse "I think your mother would prefer it if i came and don't worry. I'm not bringing anyone else, so lets just get this thing scouted and come back." He jumped onto the horse "The faster we come back t
he less your mother will be worried"
Tirihdil added.