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Forgotten Myths

Tidenor Forest

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a part of Forgotten Myths, by Pantheran.

A large pineforest

Pantheran holds sovereignty over Tidenor Forest, giving them the ability to make limited changes.

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A large pine forest somewhere in northern Europe. In the deepest parts of it locates Veraloia.
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Tidenor Forest

A large pineforest

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Tidenor Forest is a part of Northern Europe.

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Character Portrait: Jodac & Dae & Vhal (Jodhal)
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Morning had struck the lands of Veraloia, the bright green leaves of the forest seemed to glow in the haze. The skies were orange as the sun slowly snuck up from behind the horizon. All was quiet and calm, except for the random calls of birds which echoed through the forest.
However, the silentness was disturbed by the cracking of twigs and thumping of feet, stepping sluggishly across the floor.

The body of Jodhal dragged it's feet as it walked, the two tails swirling around mindlessly as the body moved, applying a form of balance, even if it helped just a little. The three heads of the Cerberus creature looked around the area, covering a 360 degree view as they looked for food.

"C'mon Vhal, you gotta catch one of 'em birds with that tail you lazy shit." Jodac, the left head, snapped at the right head named Vhal.
"'ey, why don't you do it? Ye got yer own tail." Vhal replied, bored and tired.
"Oi, you two stop fighting. Use both of your tails to catch two birds at once. We are hungry." the middle head spoke up, Dae, he was the most intelligent and vocally correct mind of the creature.

And so, Jodhal continued wondering through the forest. The tails whipped around the trees, catching birds or knocking them out of the sky. Giving the creature food as the three heads quickly gulped down the birds.
They continued, as their belly filled, their walking became more smooth and quiet. Walking as if they were stalking something, the steps creating close to no sound at all.

Where were they going? Nowhere, they were just wondering around the forest. Hoping to find something to do...

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Character Portrait: Larif Keergire
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The water was still. The trees were slowly moving in the breeze, for now the forest was quiet, all was calm. Over time the human population grew, many believed it would disrupt the calm nature of the region, but like all other things, a balance was found, at least for now, creatures of all walks of life were undisturbed, and humans were none the wiser.
A ripple in the water disrupted the bubble of calm that had been created, a bird flew from a branch, a rabbit bounded away to it's burrow and Larif Keergire growled. Much like life, Larif became annoyed when the calm was interrupted and he very much liked things to stay as they were.

He leapt from the branch he was perched on and dived head first into the river. He had been hunting, but he wanted to keep the equilibrium for as long as he could before he was forced to change it. The blur that he had become broke the water's surface and it splashed over the bank, he was gone, and the ripples began to die down. What emerged however was no man, simply an otter, clutching a struggling fish in it's mouth. The otter jumped up the bank and continued away from the river, then deeper into the forest shaking the water off of it's fur. When the fish had stopped moving the otter stood up on it's hind legs and dropped the fish from it's mouth, it was caught by a hand, a human hand, that was now in the place of where the otter's paw should have been. The rest of the otter then transformed into a human that stood up where it had been crouching.

Larif Keergire was a shapeshifter, a race of people that could transform into a number of different animals at will, a skill which he had just utilised as he always did. His main transformation however was that of a goat, giving his human form many goat-like features. The fish he had caught was wrapped in cloth and placed in a pouch that was strung around his bare torso. "Good" he muttered, "should go well with the other ingredients I got today". Content that his survival in the way of sustenance was ensured, he headed off towards the nearby town Veraloia. Although the bustle of a populated town wasn't something he necessarily enjoyed, he visited there often to find solace in the fact that he wasn't the only one who disrupted the calm.

Once again, things were as they should be, the birds flew back to their perches, the trees regained the constant flow of the wind. And the water remained still.

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Character Portrait: Travis Lockwell Character Portrait: Jodac & Dae & Vhal (Jodhal)
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Travis's morning began with the sun plucking against his eyes. The sun rays begged him to awaken, but the recent robbery he conducted last night took too long for him to get at least a blink of sleep. Then again, he knew that if he fell asleep once again, he wouldn't be able to wake up. The tattered mattress he sat on almost sounded like it was creaking in a sign of relief. Travis rubbed his shoulders and stood up in his subterranean home, beginning to walk over to the next room which was filled with a few utilities.

As he entered the larger room, an open ceiling greeted him with a bright morning and Travis practically winced at the sunlight. He was so used to the dark that he literally hated the sunlight. He looked down to his torso and noticed his stomach grumbling for something to be filled with. Travis sighed and looked across the bare room, seeing a basket that he kept his food supplies. He strolled over to the woven container, yawning and pulled out an apple. He bite into the crisp fruit as he walked across the lot, walking to the front entrance of the cave.

This sanctuary was the perfect spot for Travis to be in. It was close enough to the city so that the creatures of the forest wouldn't dare go into, yet it was disguised enough by the forest to dismay the police force of Varisvaara. Travis glimpsed at this scenery and chuckled. Man is this place great. Travis felt his hair against the breeze and realized he was still half-naked. He went back inside into his home and put on a slightly-fresh tee. He grabbed a few of his things, including some of the items he ransacked from a couple rooms in an apartment complex and eyed them carefully. Next he got a knapsack and filled it with food, water, just anything he needed. He then slid on his armor, grabbed his bow and quiver and took his two knives, placing them in the loops of his leather clothing. Right before he was heading out of the door, he grabbed a map of the land around him, a compass and a pencil. He then went back to the outdoors and breathed in the clean air of the morning breeze. Travis pulled up the mask that hung from his neck on his face and proceeded into the forest, almost disappearing in the brush of that he went through.

Travis kept wandering around Tidenor Forest, searching for a couple nearby camps that were new. New camps meant that there were newcomers to the forest. And newcomers always have something worth stealing in the pockets. Travis kept going along a small pond and saw two tents with a fire that was recently put out. Pulling out his map and pencil he looked to see if he had recorded this camp already. Unfortunately, he hit this camp a few days ago. To Travis' surprise, they hadn't left since they were stolen of a golden pocket watch. Perhaps they were looking for it, thinking that they had dropped it somewhere in the deep trees. This made Travis snicker under his breath, but he kept moving on, going even further into the forest.

Minutes later, he detected a few harshly sized steps near the location he was at. He stopped moving and held his breath, attempting not to alert whatever he was near. Peaking out from a bush that he was hiding in currently, he saw a three-headed beast covered in black fur. This made Travis' eyes glisten in a bit of interest. He sat there, wondering what the beast was going attempt to do next. For precaution, he unsheathed his bow and took an arrow out of it's quiver.

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Character Portrait: Travis Lockwell Character Portrait: Jodac & Dae & Vhal (Jodhal) Character Portrait: Rayne Anaroux
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All was quiet in Tidenor Forest. Well, it was for Rayne, anyway.

The fox slunk through the trees in an attempt to find food. She hadn't eaten for a while, and she really didn't fancy going horse and eating the grass... As plentiful as that stuff was, it was pretty disgusting, and Rayne preferred the taste of meat to anything else. She pressed her nose close to the ground, and rapidly blew air onto the soil and then inhaled it again for any signs of something tasty. She kept at this for hours, sniffing and skulking and sniffing, until she finally got so hungry she decided to just switch to her horse form and be done with it.

Just at that moment, though, as Rayne lifted her head, she caught a noise that sounded like arguing. She decided that instead of going horse, maybe the arguing travelers had some food. She used her strong leg muscles to push her forward and into the air, and in rapid transformation and a flutter of feathers, Rayne spread her wings and took to the skies, looking for the source of the noise. She flew silently through the air, before she saw the three headed dog with two tails. Two birds flew away from the creature, and Rayne quickly maneuvered herself so that her outstretched talons were the last thing the poor birds saw. She dropped one on the ground for the dog-thing, before flying over to a branch, dropping the bird onto the branch and beginning the slow but less painful transformation back to her human form. Once it was over, the nine-tailed girl plucked the feathers from the small thing, and then picked at the meat. She would have preferred her meat non-raw, but it was the best she had, after all.

She sat there, picking at the remains of the bird, when she saw the man. He looked strange, not like anything she had seen before. Biting her lip, she was about to call out to the man, when she saw the bow. It was pointing straight at the dog-thing. Quietly and carefully, she climbed down from the tree and changed as quickly as she could into a horse. The process was painful, especially since she had been changing in rapid succession quite a few times, but almost too slowly. She didn't want to be seen in her human form, as her tails would have given her away. And she had a feeling that showing this man what she was, wasn't a good idea. As soon as she had recovered from changing, she cantered out of the treeline towards the dog-thing, gave a short whinny and nudged it with her head, to try and signal that something bad was going to happen if they didn't move. She paused, turning to the bow and arrow and it's glint in the sunlight, before nudging the dog again.

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Jodhal continued their wondering, the sunlight had gotten brighter and was more painful to the eyes. Especially when there's the constant flashing of sunlight being blocked and then uncovered by the foliage. To combat this, one of the two tails was wrapped around the stem of a large leaf, big enough to shade the three heads from the sunlight. They continued walking.

"I'm bored."
"I don't care."
"I'm hungry."
"Funny, we share the same stomach and I'm not hungry."
"Damn..."

The arguments continued between Jodac and Dae, Vhal was just looking around the place humming to himself. But suddenly, there was a small thud, the other two didn't notice over their arguing. But Vhal did. It was a small bird that fell from the sky, dead. Yum. Using the unoccupied tail in which he was in control, Vhal picked up the bird and quickly slid it into his mouth. Ah the taste was nice. But why did it fall from the sky? Oh well. They continued walking.

And now another strange thing, a horse was running towards the creature. It seemed to be distressed, nudging Jodac's head and the shared body. It was annoying, causing Jodac to reply with a quick snap of his jaws towards the horse.
"'ey, can I ea' dis?"
"No, leave it."
"Bu' it's like... Askin' t' be killed!"
"I don't care, just continue walking."

But, the bushes rustled. A human appeared, and another ran. Whatever the situation, the running human seemed to be more suspicious, can't let it rant on about seeing the lone Cerberus and have hunters come at him.

And so, Jodhal gave off a large roar, the three heads were working in unison as the side heads controlled the tails to keep the leaf above their heads and the other to keeo balance. The middle controlled the body.
They ran after the human, growing to 3 times the average human size to seem more intimidating. The human was sitting down as if it were waiting, shit, something's going to happen, but they can't stop at this speed.
Instead, the massive body jumped, flying over the human and landing behind it. They quickly spun around the stare at the human, bracing for something to happen. Growling and sneering at the human. But, hesitant to attack.

[By the way guys, Jodhal is hated among the paranormal community because they saved a human before. And they do not want to kill or fight the humans and always gave opinions on why everyone should coexist.
That's why he's just wondering around.]

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Again, the forest was empty, deserted. All was quiet except those damned annoying birds. The tree branches swayed in the light wind while the forest continued to glow green with the sunlight reflecting off of the leaves.
Jodhal, who had already grabbed another leaf to act as an umbrella, wondered through the forest. His steps more quiet this time, they weren't tired, or hungry. They were just bored.

"Ah, this is where that other human was" Dae, who was quiet observant, spoke out as he was smelling the ground.
"So, na we go'a wai'?" Jodac asked, annoyed as usual.
"Obviously. You idiot."

While the two spoke, Vhal kept watch, well more like admiring a butterfly which happened to fly past.

Jodhal not must wait, hoping for the human to appear. If it fails, then they may give up. Or even better; track this human down.

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Character Portrait: Travis Lockwell Character Portrait: Larif Keergire
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Travis saw as the Cerberus left his home and he sighed. Then there was a bit of a chuckle under his breath and he muttered, "I'm so glad that they bought the nice guy act. In all honest words, Travis didn't care about anyone but himself. He never would have thought that his deception has improved since the last time he visited the forest. The last time he had to pull himself out of a bind was when he last did a job over at the Overira Mountains. He had gotten a good bit of gold from that place, seeing that a small cave filled with treasure just begging from him to steal had to be guarded by a band of tieflings. Those men were enemies to him now, even though he did work with a couple of them at one point, it was only a truce.

As the sun began to set on the day that he was destined to hide from, he finally thought to himself that there was enough time to get to the town of Tivel by nightfall. He had heard that there was a man by the name of Larif that was yet another shapeshifter of the open forest of Tidenor. Travis grabbed his things once again, pulled his mask upward and made his way out through the forest once more. The map he was carrying lead him to a nearby stream, flowing towards the direction of the lake. He was heading on the right track, but he had tuckered himself out trying to get his way there. He climbed the nearest tree, rested against it and sighed, waiting for the moon to show itself.

But almost as soon as he had gotten into the tree, there was movement near the bushes on the other side of the river. It was a man heading towards his camp a few feet away from the stream when all of a sudden, his eyes met with Travis'. Travis tried to stay as still as possible, making sure that the shade was covering himself well. All he could do was to stay as fluid as the tree he was sitting on. He stared into the shapeshifter's eyes and waited for a reaction.

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Character Portrait: Jodac & Dae & Vhal (Jodhal) Character Portrait: Miranda
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"Hm?" Vhal's head suddenly propped up. The body of Jodhal was lying down, waiting. The other two heads had already fallen asleep after waisting their energy on arguing. Now, the one with the greatest hearing -Vhal- was in control of the body.
Jodhal slowly raised, the left and middle head hanging freely as they continued their deep sleep. Vhal took the leaf out of Jodac's tail and held it with his own, keeping the heads shielded from the sunlight.

"I swear I hear' a thump." Vhal spoke to himself as he slowly wandered towards the origin. He listened carefully, hoping to find any more signs, it could just be some rock falling or something. But it was still something to investigate. Maybe it's that "Oomen" which was spoken of before. Wait, was it Oomen? Sounds like it.

Jodhal continued wondering through the forest, slowly and carefully, little sound was made from the steps. With the exception of Jodac's tail dragging across the floor and the drips of drool from the two sleep heads.

"What should I say if it's a Oomen? 'Please be quiet, the others are sleeping'?"

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Character Portrait: Re' nura Character Portrait: Travis Lockwell Character Portrait: Shena Savel
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Travis saw the shapeshifter stare in multiple directions, not too sure whether he saw Travis or not, but he completely lost interest in Travis and went on with his business in the forest. It had worked wonderfully, the shade of the night's coming was the perfect cover with his dark outfit. He sighed and looked to the bottom of the mossy ground and thought for a few moments. That was too close for comfort. I really have to watch myself in this forest from now on. He reached for the side of the tree and slid down it, holding on to the bark with his hands and knees. He reached the bottom and continued down the river, hoping to the make it to the town of Tivel before the sun completely shutdown itself.

He got to the lake of Divan and he stopped at the lake's edge and stared off the brim of the water. There were a multitude of animals, some that even stared off in his direction. But there was a character that certainly made it all odd to him. A dwarf, retreating into the woods. It didn't give him much attention, but it still was wondering back to wherever it came from. He then looked down to the opposing point of the river and saw two bodies. They were too far away to see a facial feature, but close enough to tell that they were there. Travis took this time to slowly back up into the bushes behind him, shrouding his appearance. Travis thought to himself for a couple moments. First a hellhound and now a group of another species.

He stared close and thought that one of them looked oddly familiar. He didn't know the magic user's name, but he got the appearance alright. He stared at him and knew that he had to be a Tiefling. Travis didn't think rashly, but he tried to slip through the leaves of the heavy brush, trying to get closer to the two by going around the lake, and use his surrondings as walls between him and their eyes.

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"Hmm.. what should we do?" asked Re' nura silently. "It's a good question. Do you want to go meet that dwarf? Some more information wouldn't hurt." Shena answered.

They started walking towards the pond to replenish their water supply and to look out what was going to be on menu that day. Shena was observing bushes further away from them. They moved a bit and it seemed there was some animal. It was too far away for Shena to tell exactly what it was, but it was smaller than moose for sure. Well, dinner was always a dinner.

As they were replenishing water supply Re'nura noticed a fox-girl with long black hair walking by the pond closer and closer. "Hmm.. look at there but act that you didn't notice" Re' nura kicked air in the way of approaching woman to signal where to find that mysterious humanoid seen. Shena glanced over the direction casually, like she would just thinking where to head next. Then she looked back to the bushes and took her spear in her hand casually leaning to it, just in case. She wanted to be ready if someone attacked.

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Travis stared at the activity going on across the body of water and almost jumped whenever he saw the fox girl. He tilted his head, trying to comprehend where he must have seen the creature before. The black hair almost looked of the mane of the black horse who warned the Cerberus earlier. Realizing that it was the same thing, Travis gritted his teeth seeing the Valkryie coming closer. The casual looking around the area, the creature was playing it off as if she knows where to go next. Travis knew that this was the time to act.

Suddenly his armor shuttered once, twice, and then all of the person in the body became a translucent male. Time slowed as he quickly his dagger into his hand and slid out of the bushes. His crouching and worried stepping was slow at first, but he picked up pace just as the Valkyrie got there. Travis briefly slid behind the tree, holding his breath and gripping his dagger close to his chest. There wasn't anything more that Travis hated than to be found in his camouflage. These creatures were obviously much more attentive than of the average human, and for that, Travis didn't know them as well as a human. He might as sure as well die in this forest, but he's not going to go out like this. Travis, silky like a screen, ran into the forest at a quick pace, heading south bound as he sprinted.

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Shena was leisurely walking towards the bushes but keeping an eye on them. ”Did they just move? Or was that wind?” she thought. When she was there, there was no one. But the grass had bent, when there had been weight on it so there definitely had been something.

Then she saw few footprints in the muddy ground. Many mythical creature had human form, but why they would hide from them? The footprints looked like humans. There was no mistake of it. Then Shena realized it. Those footprints were made by human. She gritted her teeth and revealed her dark gray, almost black, bird-like wings. Let no humans who sees you alive – that what it took to gain the ability to create army of death. And she was going to get that ability.

”Re'nura!” Shena shouted. ”I'm afraid that message from dwraves was true. I'm going after that who ever was observing us.” With that she turned around, rose up to the sky and flew away fast, trying to find any tracks of her enemy. ”You just made your biggest mistake.”

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"Ohh well you know humans they like the knowledge, don't they?" Re' nura walked next to Shena and took a look at the bush too. "yup there sure have been someone lying there. Dammit, we are seen and that thing is running around in the forest of ours!" Re' ura sure disliked all and every human.
After little time of cooling down Re' nura asked frustrated "Well what now?", but Shena had just flown away up to the sky.
"ahh great now I'm talking to my self again". Re' nura sat down on ground and shrugged and finally laid on the ground looking to the sky. After while Re' nura jumped up realizing the girl was still walking by the river. "Hoi you there! don't worry i wont harm you, come here we might have problem and its important for everybody to know!"

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*Thump, step step, thump, step step, thump* Between he thick, green leaves of the forest, a dark, capeclad, croked figure could just barely be spotted, thump stepping along with a walking cane. At first sight, one would just assume it was an old woman wearing a headscarf and layers of fabric, but something was off about her shape and speed upon closer inspection. Either the old woman was very hunched over, or her head was abnormally large, and the feet looked to belong to a very large man, both in size and the choice of shoes. The backpack she was carrying looked like it might have belonged to the same very large man, both in choice of style, and how much to large and heavy it would be for an old woman with a walking cane. The walking cane was wery long, and was wrapped in polystyrine and ducttape, and had a tennisball attached to the edge. Vrag didn't rest on her "cane", but made it look so, and made way with great speed.

Still, she'd gone undetected like this for a very long time, passed through multiple busy cities. She'd done things no one would be proud of, but she'd made it. She was a surviver. Why she was even out her, was something she constantly questioned. But she'd come by a rumour, that she wasn't alone in this world. That there's might be other like her. The last couple of weeks, she'd slowly been moving further into the forest, sleeping up in trees, or under rocks when the scenery allowed for it.

At first, moving out into the forest had been a decition she was reluctant to take, and maybe that was why she'd been putting it off for so long, making sure she would find what she was looking for. Everytime she fell asleep on the soft ground, she would dream about the first time she did. Feel the despair of being left alone, with no knowledge of what to do, where to go, all alone in the world. In time, the despair had grown to hatred and pride, and her knowledge greatly increased, but she had still been alone. Multiple times over the last couple of weeks, as she'd been cautiously wandering into the forest, she'd seen people... creatures... But she always hid away. She liked to claim that she was just cautious, but that would be a lie. She was also scared that, even if there might be creatures like her, they would shun her away. This, ofcourse, she would never admit to herself, she was just cautious and careful, a true surviver. And now, she was closing in on the heart of the forest.

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Travis cringed at every footstep that he made in the marshy surface of the ground. There was a way to disguise his appearance but not his weight. Travis pushed passed trees, trying to find some sort of clearing as he saw the trees starting to lose their effect in cover. Soon enough he reached some sort of edge to all the vegetation, heard the sound of rubble being moved and the smell of exhaust. The scent burnt his nose but he noticed the familiar yellow cockpit of a backhoe loader. Travis had hit a construction site, or rather... a destruction sight. No wonder these creatures of the forest were so prejudice towards the human race. They were destroying their home! Travis almost felt like taking this opportunity to let his pursuer know what his real intentions are. He sat on the edge of the destroyed dirt and sat quietly, almost waiting for the strike in his back.

Knowing it was a bold and daring move, Travis disabled the invisibility on his suit and stared at the men at the lot. A few of the construction workers darted their heads towards the suddenly visible man and stopped whatever they were doing. He stared up at the Valkyrie and pointed towards the men with hard hats. His hazel eyes weren't filled with any fear or deep struggle, but they were glossed over and Travis practically told the flying humanoid that she'd better be wary of her actions. He kept his mask on and turned his head to the men, waving his hand a few times. Even more people paid attention towards the mysterious fellow dressed strangely. But Travis didn't care at this point. He'd been at this for years. It was only a matter of time before he would suffer the strike of death. So, with this thought running through his mind, he waited.

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Travis swung his legs slightly as if he was bored with the day's events. He wondered if his chaser was ever going to finish it, but he waited there and sighed. Travis looked up at the blue hue of the sky and said something out in the open, "I've been observing this forest for years and I always expected to be hunted down because of it. I just never though it wouldn't be the police."

He stared into the forest and stated, "Y'know, we want the same thing... pretty much. You want the humans to stop damaging your forest. I want their... authorities to stop bothering me. But either way, if you kill me you won't be helping your situation. Sure you'd have one human out of your forest, but then what? What about this collection of workers here? What are you planning to do after that?" By this time, the construction workers were attempting to get the attention of the suspicious human in their territory. Travis waved at them slightly and they we starting to leave their vehicles and come closer

Travis chuckled as he got on his feet, "Its actually quite funny when you think about it. I haven't done anything to hurt you, but you still persist on seeing me dead." He began to walk back into the forest leisurely and said, "Your forest hasn't been exposed on my account, but hey... I'm just another human aren't I? 'You can't trust me. I'll expose you.' That's probably what you're thinking right?" He kept on down the length of the forest and lost the attention of the construction workers in the crater. "I'm a wanted man by the humans of this area... who would I spread this information to?"

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Travis felt the edge of the warhammer against his neck and cleared his throat. There really is no getting through this woman, is there. Travis thought it was hilarious, how his opponent felt the obligation to end the life of a man who didn't do anything to harm them. Travis stated, "Alright. You want to kill me. So we'll fight... but" His appearance began to tremor and become translucent. He smiled as he put on his mask on his face. "I don't play fair." Travis said, as his body suddenly shuttered out of visibility. He rushed below and tripped the creature by placing his ankle behind the creature's left leg. He swiftly moved his foot back into place and got some distance from his opponent.

At this moment he took this time too take refuge behind a distant tree to the left of them. It was a hearty oak-like tree that intertwined with a collection rocks down below. He slid down the roots and eventually made it to a small clearing where he could see the lake again. He ran quickly, knowing that the Valkyrie would soon be after him. He sprinted into the forest, the flexible grass beneath his feet much different than the coarse, brittle grass that would collected his footsteps. The grass left a small indent everytime he stepped, but the grass fixed itself in the calm wind. Travis sighted a small creek next to him and sprinted until he found another tree to slip behind.

Noticing that he was somewhat safe, he spied on the Cerberus that he had seen earlier he stopped breathing for a moment and his transparent eyes widened. He could only hope that his armor wasn't faulty at the time. He grasped his splintering dagger and held onto in tightly. It was slightly less effected by the enchantment of his clothing, but it still showed some level of invisibility.

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Vhal caught a scent of something familiar, his great sense of smell caused his head to dart up and look in the direction of the source. There was nothing there... What the hell? Did this being take a piss there or something? It doesn't seem like something worthy of waking the other two up for.

"'Ooman! Where are ye?" He called, keeping his voice low enough for the other two to sleep.

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Sudden, very faint noices caught the hunched figure. Vrag narroved her eyes and held her breath to hear more clearly. She started tp carefully, quietly make her way towards the clearing. She was close enough to see, but not be seen when she noticed, humans! And machines! She was about to turn around and leave for good, thinking that this could not be the safe haven she had hoped after all.

Sudden movements on the oposite end of the clearing caught her attention. The workers were staring at a man, but somehow didn't seem to notice the winged creature flying above the trees. So there were others! Vrag's was filled with hope, before the feeling changed to stress. She had to talk to this winged creatue, but the humans seemed to want the same as the man and the creature disapeared out of the clearing. Vrag took the opportunity to scurry over to one of the digging machines left is vacant, whispering and consentrating her hardest on the spell, but it wasn't easy, seing how distracted she was by the urgency of the situation. At the first attempt, nothing happened, but at the second, the little flare she hoped to create blew up the whole machine. Vrag covered here face in the cloak and ran on the outside of the clearing.

A short minte later she met up with the winged creature and the... human? She wasn't sure what the man was. Her first intention was to warn them about the workers, but she just ended up staring at the great big wings.

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Travis was just about to slid over to the Cerberus but he heard the flapping of the Valkyrie's wings coming over towards this area, his fist slamming against the tree as he thought, "Dammit!" He figured the best solution would be to lean against the tree and wait until she left. But there was a glimmer in my mind when she said, "Tell me where did you hide him."

Travis strung out his bow, it still cloaked by the armor as well and he waited to see what she would do. He didn't need to kill it, or injure it. It would look bad on him in the forest community. But with the ways things were, he wasn't just going to let her finish him off.