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Fractured Kingdoms

Rhindeval

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a part of Fractured Kingdoms, by Zodia195.

Continent that was once peaceful, but taken over by an evil enchantress

Zodia195 holds sovereignty over Rhindeval, giving them the ability to make limited changes.

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no link available due to rpg being closed, but it's loosely based off of fractured fairytales, only without the disney element. i did get the rights to this rpg too from the original gm.

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Rhindeval

Continent that was once peaceful, but taken over by an evil enchantress

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Rhindeval is a part of Fractured Kingdoms.

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Silvia Siria Shwetz [81] The princesses with the ruby pendant
Lilith Evers [79] Good Sorceress who plans to stop her sister and help save the kingdoms
Justice Chastain [72] White lips, pale face and breathing in snowflakes.
Euphemia Isadora Apolline Regana Lavorre III [71] Seriously, just call her Reese.
Ishara Soli Eldiel [70] The Stoner Princess
Aurora Givens [66] One of the princess who tends to get lost in her own head and dreams a lot of Rhindeval
Sibylla Costrantina [64] The funniest princess on this side of Earth.
Meridian O'Donohue [63] Free-spirited princess who loves creating music
Ivelda Evers [56] Evil Enchantress currently in control of Rhindeval
Tyann Rebal [44] The Queen's Beastmaster.

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He was waking now, cold eyes peering up at the wrathful fox on the ceiling of his office. His body ached in a manner that was most unkind, and his maskless face scrunched up into a rather horrible snarl.

His bare feet slammed against the floorboards as Tyann stood up, and immediately began throwing his office apart as he looked for… something. His chair was thrown, shattering to pieces against his wall. Papers went flying, and a singular, simplistic, white and red fox mask was thrown to the floor.

Then he was storming outside, moving through the stable yards with his signature mask tightly held to his face. His thoughts were thunder and hellfire in his skull as he moved. His movements were stilted, barely restrained anger.

What had happened on interrogation day was absolutely ridiculous. It was shameful! It was mysterious and it was most of all, utterly confusing!

His life had always been mildly confusing, trying to understand other people was just… simply like that.
Animals were easier! That much was obviously tried and true! But people were just absolutely frustrating! And confusing! And ridiculous! And—

Once more did his thoughts slam to a halt, moving like a new driver in their first car. He spotted Adrian, he thought, or at least someone getting Little John ready for a ride. Or putting him up from one, and while the stable hands weren’t known for idiocy… If they weren’t Adrian… Well… The ass chewing that he would deliver unto them would be rivaled only by Gods made from pure wrath.

Except… It actually was, Adrian. Hm. He raised a hand to the man as he approached, eyes narrowed behind the mask.
Hail.




Kinera Laibon



Well… This was going poorly.

Very poorly. Almost right out the gate. Justice was seemingly incomprehensibly explosive, and while Kinera understood the idea behind taking the men with them…

Her common sense told her better, and she thought that perhaps this could be a good learning moment; for all of them. To learn how to properly communicate for one thing. If anything. … Or maybe that was her pride talking, which in and of itself was something she would keep an eye on. Absolutely have to.

And so it was with the shattering of a glass bottle, one that had been almost suspiciously shaped, that Kinera attempted to get the attention of all the present parties. It was an empty bottle, thank god, but nonetheless.

Her face was impassive, her voice clear but almost completely devoid of emotion, and her straight spine gave no inclination of whatever she was feeling at the time, beyond what some very skilled people readers might be able to tell.
Ms. Evers. Justice does have a point. You did not make clear how many people you might be able to bring with us, and she also does have a point against bringing up a sensitive subject, like her family. That said… She took a breath.

Justice. You are smart, very much so, we all know this and recognize the obvious amount of help you can bring to this entire group… But you need to slow down, and grow up some. Your attempt to manage your resources is more than admirable, and were it possible to bring these men with us, I would be the last to object. But the problem here is also that you do not think to ask those who are more capable of certain things than yourself, what they can do. Lilith was wrong to not explain herself better, and was wrong to bring up your family, but you are wrong to assume that she is all powerful.”
A pause.
“Ivelda didn’t just… take over. Not like that. I think you know this. Ivelda and Lilith are powerful witches, and can do amazing things… But they are not goddesses. So yes! Lilith needs help! But so too, do you.
Tell me if you know of another princess who’s capabilities deal in the purely magical. Please, sincerely, I would LOVE to know her, so that she could further aid Lilith.
Tell us if you know of another means by which we could get to Rhinedeval. By which we could bring your men, and by extension their weaponry. By which we wouldn’t be dropping these people, who shouldn’t even be a part of this conversation, into a world where there are those who can practice MAGIC, Justice. MAGIC. Where we know, reliably I might add, that there are creatures of otherworldly strength and speed, and terrible efficiency. My homeland had sirens, and they did not discriminate. Where we know, reliably still, that there are men and women who are trained and hired by a woman who is endlessly hungry for us to NEVER. RETURN.


She followed this up with a heaved sigh, bowing quietly to the women on the steps. “For what it is worth, I wish you could bring them. For what it is worth, I wish Lilith was stronger. And for what it is not even close to being worth… I wish we wouldn’t even be having this type of discussion. That we would be living the life we should have been. Sans Ivelda. I wish we wouldn’t have met, because we do not meet this way as friends.

Kinera coughed then, clearing her throat and rather ceremoniously striding up to Justice with an almost comically, video-game shaped, ‘potion’ bottle in hand. She had been digging in her bag towards the latter half of her… Rant? “My gift to you was— Is— an oil that you could put in your hair. It keeps your color, keeps it alive, and most of all, can be placed onto your clothes to keep them stupendously clean.

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Character Portrait: Lilith Evers Character Portrait: Richard Livingstone Character Portrait: Aurora Givens Character Portrait: Meridian O'Donohue Character Portrait: Justice Chastain Character Portrait: Sibylla Costrantina Character Portrait: Rukaiyan Throntan Character Portrait: Silvia Siria Shwetz Character Portrait: Tyann Rebal Character Portrait: Kinera Laibon
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Adrian was in the process of unsaddling Little John when he heard footsteps. Having excellent senses was imperative in his line of work for they could mean the difference between life and death. He turned around with a hand on his hilt just as Tyann called out to him.

"Hail!"

The redhead relaxed as well as his horse. The two had a special connection so the horse could tell when his master was on guard. He was also trained to fight if need be.

"Good day Tyann. I am here to train with Sir Thaddeus. If you want to finish taking care of Little John, you're free to do so, or any of your assistants will do too if you're too busy. Thank you." he said casually as he started to leave the stables, but turned around when a thought entered his head.

"I am curious Tyann. With all the beasts you tame, have you ever needed to physically deal with them? It must take a lot of strength to do so if you do. I guess what I am trying to say is if you ever want to train with Sir Thaddeus and I at some point, I can I always ask him. Well, I'll leave you to your affairs. I'll be back in several hours."

With that, Adrian left the stables. Now the fun part, trying to find Thaddeus. Finding one of the guards, he required where the man was and was told he was at the barracks.

"Thank you. Can you notify him that I am here. I'll just meet him outside of the barracks," he said before sending the guard off.

Walking towards the barracks' entrance, he waited patiently there.




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Lilith was prepared for Justice's response, but her words cut deep. She listened to her first point about her men. Never once did Lilith mention that Justice was stupid. She started rubbing her temples for she could feel a headache come on. The next point about her magical abilities, or lack there of. This really irked Lilith. Out of her and her sisters, she WAS the weakest of the three. She even remembered her mother telling her to be more like Ivelda and Vanessa as far as magical skills went. Being the middle child she didn't get as much attention as her sisters. Ivelda being the eldest had the most demands made of her and Vanessa was innately gifted and got the adoration of her parents. Her parents were both excellent magic users and good people, but they did make one major mistake, focusing too much on Vanessa. This would earn the jealousy of Ivelda, which twisted her up inside and led her down a dark path. It had been a shock to their family when Ivelda killed their father and sister after the death of their mother. No one had seen it coming, but Lilith's instincts were always sharp, and she could see the jealousy her sister emitted but was very good had hiding her true feelings. She was very manipulative. She recalled Vanessa once confessed that she feared Ivelda. She felt like a failure for not stopping Ivelda and even more so after her sister killed the rulers of land. She more then ever determined to stop Ivelda, but she couldn't do it alone.

Thinking about her past acts, she still continued to listen to Justice who did make a point about the luggage. At the same time, she should have asked too and Lilith found her patience running thin. She barely registered the part about how she mentioned her parents, but hearing the emphasis of the word 'failed' really got to her. She knew she failed! She didn't need to be reminded of that! The straw that broke the camel's back was calling her a magical leech. Before she could snap though, the sound of glass shattering got her attention and Kinera spoke up.

“Ms. Evers. Justice does have a point. You did not make clear how many people you might be able to bring with us, and she also does have a point against bringing up a sensitive subject, like her family. That said…"

Taking a deep breath, Lilith listened. She did have a point. Bringing up old wounds wouldn't help at a time like this. And she did assume that it only be them going back to Rhindeval. It just she was so busy and even excited to get back that the thought didn't occur to her. She would make sure to be more clearer from now on.

Soon though, Kinera addressed Justice.

“Justice. You are smart, very much so, we all know this and recognize the obvious amount of help you can bring to this entire group… But you need to slow down, and grow up some. Your attempt to manage your resources is more than admirable, and were it possible to bring these men with us, I would be the last to object. But the problem here is also that you do not think to ask those who are more capable of certain things than yourself, what they can do. Lilith was wrong to not explain herself better, and was wrong to bring up your family, but you are wrong to assume that she is all powerful. Ivelda didn’t just… take over. Not like that. I think you know this. Ivelda and Lilith are powerful witches, and can do amazing things… But they are not goddesses. So yes! Lilith needs help! But so too, do you.
Tell me if you know of another princess who’s capabilities deal in the purely magical. Please, sincerely, I would LOVE to know her, so that she could further aid Lilith.
Tell us if you know of another means by which we could get to Rhindeval. By which we could bring your men, and by extension their weaponry. By which we wouldn’t be dropping these people, who shouldn’t even be a part of this conversation, into a world where there are those who can practice MAGIC, Justice. MAGIC. Where we know, reliably I might add, that there are creatures of otherworldly strength and speed, and terrible efficiency. My homeland had sirens, and they did not discriminate. Where we know, reliably still, that there are men and women who are trained and hired by a woman who is endlessly hungry for us to NEVER. RETURN.”


Her words help Lilith calm down. What she said was correct. Deciding she better say something now, Lilith looked at all those present.

"Justice, Kinera, both of you are right and I am sorry for bringing up a sensitive subject. You never had the proper time to grieve for your family. I have lost my whole family too. I don't know if any of you were notified of this, but after the death of my mother, Ivelda soon killed our younger sister and father. So she was already dangerous. And I know I've failed all of you already by not being able to stop her. This is NOT an excuse, but one of the first lessons I learned in magic school was to never exceed my magic limit and I nearly did trying to stop Ivelda. I had barely any magic left when we were banished here. I now know how she was able to defeat us all those years ago for my sister was always smart. She basically divided and conquered. If you want me to talk about it more, you can ask, but know that I will do my best not to fail each of you again, even if it costs me my own life. I will try to be more clear with all of you about things in the future, but I do ask if you're not sure about something, please ask me okay? Justice, you can bring those men with us to the state park and to the teleportation site, but that's all I am willing to promise you. I am sure Queen Eowyn will be bringing plenty of fae with her when she greets us so we'll help you with your luggage when we get there okay? If we're done here, all of you can come in. Justice, your men can come in if they need to. We just need Euphemia and Ishara and then we can get going."

With that, Lilith went into the house. Meridian and Aurora got one look at her and saw just how stressed out the sorceress was.

"Miss Lilith, are you all right?"

"I'll be fine Aurora. I am going to get some Advil though, got a small headache. Be right back."

Lilith went to her bedroom and got her medicine bag and got some Advil. She went into her bathroom to take it, all the while allowing a few tears to fall. She felt mentally exhausted, wishing she could be stronger.

Back in the living room, Aurora sighed.

"I doubt she had just a 'small headache'."

"Yeah, more like drained if you ask me. Gees, I hope she'll be okay. I wonder what caused her to be that way."

Aurora had a pretty good guess, but refrained from saying anything for she didn't want Justice to walk in and possibly hear them discussing her.

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Heavy footsteps could be heard rapidly approaching. When Adrian turned to look, he would see Thaddeus running towards him, sheathed sword clutched in his hand. A scowl darkened his features as beads of sweat rolled down his forehead. As he slowed however, Adrian in his sight, the scowl loosened some of its ferocity. It turned to annoyance, and then a slightly worried expression as he raised his other hand in greeting. If Adrian looked closely, he could even see small specks of blood still on parts of his armor.

"I apologize for the delay Adrian," Thaddeus greeted him as he gave a small bow. "I was in the middle of solving a small conflict between a couple of my men. I came as soon as I could."

Placing the sheathed sword at his side, Thaddeus nodded his head in the direction of the training grounds before beginning to walk.

"I expect no one gave you trouble?" he asked, a hint of sternness in his voice.



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Sibylla loosed the grip on her luggage, the situation being diffused by Kinera. Lilith seemed to have enough and the door was left open as she went back inside the home. It was still awkward however as the reminder, constant and pulsing, of their trauma reared its ugly head again.

That we would be living the life we should have been.

That one especially stung. Perhaps she knew where Collette was coming from in all of this? Sibylla put that thought away for now. There was still the present matter to deal with.

Should I just walk in? Sibylla thought to herself as she tapped her foot on the grass. She still felt annoyed by Justice but she didn't want to interrupt anything just yet. In fact, she stared at Silvia, hoping she would take the lead to avoid getting insulted again. Did she bring undies... What kind of question was that? What, were they five?

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“RA-RA RASPUTIN!”

”Russia’s greatest love machine!”

A chorus of two sang with all heart and no shame. Freddie and Marco, their heads and shoulders bobbing and nodding; two pale souls bewitched by the disco tune of Boney M’s hit song. Smoke belched from the beetle’s exhaust. The vehicle groaned and sputtered, with a loud, graceless noise that would make a motorhead cringe.

The car screeched to a halt in front of Reese. Marco flashed Reese a wink, his half-moon spectacles barely hanging over the bridge of his nose. “Ho there, stranger! Where you headin’?”

“Tahiti,” she replied and flung her bag into the backseat, diving after it.

“It’s a… magical place.” Freddie held up a bright pink Nintendo DS. ”I brought my Nintendogs...” The lower of two screens showed a husky puppy on its back, its paws curled, its belly open and available for virtual rubs.




The car drove away, up the roads and towards Lilith’s house. They had merely glimpsed the silhouette of the sorceress’ abode before they came upon the jet-black blockade, and the well-dressed, well-armed legion that had gathered around it. Marco’s eyes widened. He hunched over and peered close, resting his chin upon the wheel. “My, what a lively scene…”

Freddie blinked. ”This can’t be right…” She turned to Reese. ”Professor Evers… is a wizard… She glanced back towards the men in black. ”...Not an alien.”

Marco squinted, one corner of his lips poking up into a smirk. “Hooo… there’s someone up there. Hmm, a big curtain of satin silver upon a jet-black dress… anybody you know, girls?”

Freddie paused. Her lips morphed into an ‘o’ as the realisation sank in. She failed to hold back the grin on her face. ”...Lucie… say what you want… about her personality... but... “ Freddie gazed upon the scene before her. ”She never takes… half measures...”

Reese looked on out the window, forehead leaning against it and disco throbbing in her ears. Deeply unimpressed.

"Okay," she said after a deep breath, bracing herself for the absurdity to come.

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WHAM!

A loud noise erupted behind Justice a few seconds after Lilith went into the house. Marco and Freddie looked on in horror as Reese had tossed away from the conflict between sorceress and princess they hadn't dared interrupt - and launched a fist at the red-eyed killer in a suit.

She was now detained with her hands behind her back and body slammed against the back of a van.

"Cool," she coughed out, spraying bloody saliva across the van's impeccable paint job. She grinned. "I don't care how much juice the witch has to take from me. We're bringing this one."

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”The two most powerful warriors are patience and time. Leo Tolstoy.”
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As per the norm for young Ryder, the two weeks that followed the hectic day involving the assassination attempts upon the Queen were hectic, yet he handled it well. He should be able to, considering his role in their Queen’s assorted jobs. How could he be anything less than composed, when his beautiful Queen relied on him so heavily to do a job well done?

No, he could not allow for room for mistakes to be made or for stress to overcome him, for it was with his calm persona that his ranking relied upon. Mistakes were for the weak and slow, and he would be damned if he were ever to be considered either of those.

Considering everything that had been occurring over the last couple of weeks, things had been going rather well for the castle. It did not fall upon blind eyes, however, the fear that resonated throughout the citizens of the kingdom. His little ‘birds’ had been in diligent communication with him, and the rumors and whispers that fell upon his ears were odd and he was unsure of the level of concern to which he needed to be. Whispers of princesses and a woman were circulating throughout the kingdom, and if there was one thing that Ryder knew of rumors, was that no matter how far-fetched one may be, there is generally at least a shred of truth underlying them, for in order to have a basis to attach itself to, one must find even the smallest shred of truth to go off of. He would be lying if these rumors were not worrying him, for the discourse within the kingdom was already so high that they would be better off avoiding another rebellion. He would also be lying if he were to say that the tactics in which his Queen was using to rule were of a nature to which he could not in a right of mind stand behind. Of course, he was still the ever-loyal subject, but he worried for her and what could become of his Queen should she cross the wrong person. Her tactics of ruling with fear in her subjects was riddled with chances of rebellions and anger that he wished she would not take, but alas, to say so would displease her and she would undoubtedly not listen to him anyway, so he came to the conclusion of it better left going unsaid.

Tearing from the reverie that had taken him for the moment, Ryder focused on the situation at hand. He was busy preparing for the Queen’s upcoming expedition across all of that which was Rhindeval, and the current issue was who could be entrusted with the Queen’s personal items. The maids that would go with were the obvious choice; however, that would be difficult as the personal belongings would be traveling in a separate carriage and would not leave room for anyone to sit inside of the carriage with them, leaving the suggestion to be the one driving the carriage be placed in charge of such a job. That, however, would divide the driver’s attention from driving, leaving room for an accident to occur. Currently, the head lady in waiting was bickering over what the protocol was with the head butler, leaving an annoyed Ryder standing between their argument with an ever-growing-frustration coming off of him palpably.

Finally, when he was beginning to feel his head hurt over their squabble, Ryder had decided it was enough and cleared his throat rather loudly to gather their attention, right hand raised with his palm out to signal their silence. Once the two had quieted, both looking a bit sheepish over their petty quarrel, Ryder lowered his hand and clasped them behind his back once more.

”We cannot risk the driver being distracted, as that could cause an accident and therefore delay the journey or possibly cause injury to someone nearby, at worst, the Queen herself. We also cannot force someone to sit so uncomfortably within the carriage, as that would not be fair to them. Therefore, ensure that the carriage transporting her majesty’s personal belongings has a double seat in the front, and assign one of the guards to the duty of riding along with the driver. That way, should any bandits attempt robbery, there is a guard with her majesty’s items. Assign two ladies to wait upon her on her travels, and ensure that enough of the royal guard is provided by the Head of Guard. Tell him not to hold back on guard members, as we can more than supplement their food and income, as we do not want anything to happen to the Queen after the recent weeks.” Giving them both pointed looks to relay the message of how important these orders were to be followed to the letter, and then with a wave of his hand, they both bowed and scurried away to follow his orders.

Letting out a sigh of frustration over the pettiness that was the palace’s employees, Ryder ran a hand through his hair and approached his desk which currently sat bathed in the warmth of the sun’s rays. Dropping into the chair with a light thud, Ryder rubbed the bridge of his nose to fight off the headache that had started to build and closed his eyes.

To say that he was troubled was an understatement. The Queen was insisting on going on her journey despite the dangers that he warned her of following this recent assassination attempt. It would be unwise for her to travel as it would leave her more vulnerable to attacks, he had insisted. In return he had received either a wave of dismissal of his worries and a reassuring smile, or an annoyed look for him to stop his fretting as she was not going to budge on the matter. Added into that was the fact that these rumors circulating throughout the kingdom were baffling. No matter what he had done, anyone that had been found to have been talking of these ‘princesses’ would refuse to talk when confronted by him or one of his ‘birds’, and he did not personally believe in torture. Seeing the fear in the eyes of the people was more than enough for him to know that whatever it was that was happening, whoever these ‘princesses’ were, the situation was so massive that no one could speak of it, otherwise something horrendous would occur. These people were afraid, but why was the question. Who were these princesses and why were the people of the kingdom so frightened to speak to him of it?

Opening his eyes, Ryder let out a groan of frustration and straightened in his chair. He needed to stop thinking about that and focus on his studies. It wasn’t like he had a lot of free time to read nowadays, so he had to take the chances when they arose, and right now was one of those rare chances. He had about an hour of free time, and had already ordered the kitchen staff to bring him his breakfast in the next half an hour or so. The book before him was one on the study of the sky and the stars, but mostly the stars and other things that people had found throughout the ages. Astronomers and Astrologers, the study of constellations, and many more interesting subjects were listed in this enormous book, and he was only about a fourth of the way through it. Grabbing up a nearby quill and ink jar, he settled in to work, taking vigorous notes as he read.

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Silvia simply smiled and stayed quiet when Justice answered her. The idea of Justice trying to ride a wild pegasus she happened to see was amusing. She imagined maybe you could buy pegasi, but would they be able to find enough funds for that? Silvia wondered if they’d be provided funds by the fairy queen for their needs or if they’d have to find odd jobs. She couldn’t dwell on the thought as then Lilith came out and began to speak. As Silvia listened to them speak, her right hand went to the choke on her neck. She held the ruby between her index finger and thumb to rub it gently. It gave her something to do during this conflict that didn’t involve her.

When Lilith finished speaking, Silvia stayed right where she stood. There was no way she’d go inside before Justice got to reply. Justice had just been told no, which she assumed was something she was not used to hearing. Silvia noted to Resse how things were not going Justice’s way if the moment presented itself. She never even glanced at the door as Meridian appeared. A smile graced her lips, but she did have to hold back a laugh at her teammate’s reaction to Justice’s entourage. Her full attention returned to Justice as she began to speak. Things started off entertaining enough, especially when Justice stomped her foot.

As Justice continued to speak, she couldn’t help agreeing to an extent. She didn’t agree on everything obviously. 1) Silvia’s dad had given her a gun with ammo. Obviously she’d run out of bullets, but she’d rather have the gun then regret not having it. 2) Lilith’s magical ineptitude was their problem as they needed her to get them to Rhindeval. All the princesses had magical ineptitude as well. Silvia had tried to work on her power, but it was difficult. 3) Did Justice not have enough commonsense to know when a certain amount of luggage was too much for the situation they’ll find themselves in Rhindeval? Although...Lilith should have been more specific with someone like Justice as part of their group.

She couldn’t help feeling sympathetic towards Justice when she mentioned her parents. It seemed her heart wasn’t completely frozen, maybe the topic was a sore one for Justice. It was one for Silvia. Silvia herself was happy and sad when she remembered her parents. Her eyes widened when Justice continued to speak. It seemed she was blaming Lilith for Ivelda killing all their parents and everything that followed.

She didn’t dwell on the accusation as Kinera began to speak. She made very good points, which she hoped would help the conversation between Lilith and Justice move along. Silvia did have to bite the inside of her lip to keep from laughing or smirking. Kinera was saying things that should have been obvious to Justice in her opinion. She wondered if Justice would take her words as offensive. When Kinera mentioned sirens, Silvia couldn’t help the huge grin that formed on her face. Justice and Silvia did share a memory where sirens would have killed her if it wasn’t for Silvia. It seemed Kinera could potentially be a peacekeeper for the group. It seemed Kinera may even get on Justice’s good side as she was already offering her a gift.

It wasn’t surprising when Lilith gave her reply. As she spoke, the grin left her face. Lilith had an unfortunate past like the rest of the group. She was glad to learn Ivelda was able to defeat them by dividing and conquering. It meant they’d have to not allow themselves to be divided and conquered. She felt like it would be difficult for this group. Silvia saw the group as divided already...thanks to Justice.

Again, she wasn’t one eager to follow Lilith inside. She couldn’t help, but wanted to wait for Justice’s reaction. Her attention did go down to Sibylla’s foot as it moved. It wasn’t long before she looked up from Sibylla’s foot to her face. Despite Sibylla staring, she gave her a friendly smile. Staring never bothered Silvia. People stared all the time. Silvia didn’t get to speak to greet Sibylla properly though. Reese came and so did a bit of chaos.

Was Silvia tempted to try to fight the guard off Reese? Yes. The only issue was that she knew her limits when it came to fighting. Attempting to fight 11 armed men was a bad idea. She shifted her weight as she wondered how she could help Reese. Her eyes slowly left Reese and went to Justice. She knew talking to Justice would not work. They weren’t exactly on friendly terms either. A smirk appeared on her lips as she had an idea. Threats always worked. She didn’t plan on threatening her with pain though...not initially anyways.

Silvia acted as if she was simply going inside, but instead she walked up behind Justice. A second later she hugged Justice from behind. She laced her fingers together to lock her hands securely over Justice’s crossed arms. Silvia made sure her grip on Justice was firm and not easy to break.

“Justice. Please tell them to let go of Reese. If they don’t let her go...then I won’t let you go. Although, if they take too long to let her go, I am sure I can find a better way to make you, make them, let her go,” she stated.