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Venice R. Mikaelo

Major WIP. "Who I am, is my most heavily guarded secret."

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a character in “Liuena Academy”, originally authored by Victorant, as played by RolePlayGateway

Description

Venice Roko Mikaelo
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Age:18 years old
Gender:Male
Element/Type of Magic: Earth- To be one with it, blend with it and more importantly, manipulate it.
Abilities Summary:
1. Being one with it? He can be one with nature with his natural affinity towards it.. literally. Any piece of nature, a rock, a stick, anything.. can absorb bits of his thoughts and what makes him, him aka his spirit. This is why when people pass by nature.. they might think trees are talking to them or something else crazy but it's actually remnant thoughts and spirit pieces left by an Earth magic user. Most of the time warnings are left for passer bys, not for the purpose of creeping them out, but ensuring they stay clear of a section... whereas wandering there could have dire circumstances.
2. Blend with it?
-Camouflage. By touching for example, a tree? His skin will copy its form. He'll take on the bark material and it'll be as if he is a tree only, a human shaped one. He could always just stand against it and you wouldn't notice the difference from afar.
-Gear up. Rock and stone can and may break your bones. He can use this as a shield, armour or possible weapon (eg. turn his fists into stone to pack a punch)
3. Manipulate it? He can make plants grow, rocks fly and all that shizz. But this ability he has the most difficulty with.
He mainly focuses on the defensive and healing properties (from herbs) of his abilities though- not much of a fighter but he'll lose control if angry.
Weapon: Bow and arrows
Height: 6 feet, 3 inches
Weight: 121 pounds

Appearance:Venice has Cyan (blue-green) coloured eyes with matching light green hair that goes a bit past his waist with a single braid, making him appear quite feminine. His attire will always be one of his own personal creations, odd in style but comfortable in fit at least to him. Although slender, he is not to be mistaken as a woman with his low inquisitive voice in matters to be dealt with.





Personality:Venice is cold to the touch. He is not fond of people and doesn't understand how they operate, but at the same time he is obligated to be respectful to whomever shows him respect whether or not he understands your intentions and motives. In other words, he treats others the way he is treated which makes it difficult to get to know him as an individual. His only friends currently are other life forms which includes animal-life and plant-life, in some cases demon-life but humans are far too complicated to befriend or date (for now).
Despite his lack of understanding on other human beings besides himself, he values knowledge and thus is normally found reading bizarre book novels that most probably, nobody has ever taken interest in reading.
He is the guy who doesn't take sides, remains neutral and sitting on the fence unless he feels strongly about the topic or discussion at hand. Having a limited amount of friends makes it all the more easier, with no need to be protective of anyone or have a biased outlook on situations.
When he is angry though, he is very angry and it is almost impossible to calm him down and this is where his powers can go a little berserk.

When he is in the right/normal state of mind though, he is the type to go on the 'defense' rather than 'aggressive attack' or 'offence'.

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Likes:
Tea
Knowledge
Books
Mother Earth
Animals
Demons




Dislikes:
Humans
Coffee
Electronic devices
Conflict/ Violence
Coincidences

Flaws:
Anger management- Once he gets mad, it's overboard.
Anti-social- He has difficulty understanding other humans, thus has limited amount of friends and connections.

Talents:
Stoic demeanour- You can never really tell what is going on in his head by expressions because they hardly every change.
Animal handling- He loves animals, and naturally gets along well with them.
Hard working- With a clear goal in mind, he'll never give up.

Fears:
There is nothing to Fear but Fear itself.

Losing control of his magic, losing control of anything that he has the ability in the first place to be in control of.




Bio:
Venice has no family to speak of, or rather no family members he would delight in speaking about. He has never met his parents, or hold any knowledge whatsoever on whether or not they are even alive. He grew up under his grandfather's (from his father's side) watchful eye, whom was afraid of Venice's abilities. As Venice grew older, he moved out and lived a quiet life in a quaint town by a large lake, with few families living nearby and not desiring to make a living or to use his abilities for anything but leisure. He had a personal library of books he had collected or arranged to be shipped to his house. While he didn't have a job, he always got by somehow.... surprisingly, he used to be quite a socialable and charming character.
One day, a girl by the name of Cindy was selling flowers and knocked on his door. Feeling sympathy for her as she was an orphan with nothing but rags, and flowers picked from the fields in which every day she tried to sell.. as well as the fact he felt like an orphan himself with no family warming experience to reflect on, he decided to take her under his wing.
With that, Venice took on minor jobs to support them both (mostly gardening) and loved her like a younger sister but it was not meant to last.
He lost control.
After a year or two... (heck, he doesn't even remember how long it lasted) Cindy (TO BE CONTINUED)

raising a younger sister but not out of blood relation. Her name was who went by the name
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Other:OTHER HERE
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Jenkins

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Age:10 years old
Gender:Male
Element/Type of Magic:Light

Appearance:Jenkins has blood red eyes and black hair that matches the length of his Magni, extending past his waist and tied back by a red ribbon. He is always wearing a tuxedo, making him appear like a little butler as he walks behind Venice.





Personality:PERSONALITY HERE
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Likes:
Humans (especially admires Venice)
Other demons
Tea
Cake & other sweet food

Dislikes:
Animals
Not being taken seriously

Flaws:
Perfectionist- He takes too long in a lot of matters as he strives for perfection, delaying the inevitable of being imperfect.

Talents:
Perfectionist- It is also a talent, as matters he handles will be done at his utmost best.
Professionalism- Polite, and formal upfront with strangers.

Fears:
Darkness
Solitude




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Bio:BIO HERE




Other:OTHER HERE
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So begins...

Venice R. Mikaelo's Story

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Character Portrait: Kirie Askumoto Character Portrait: Kieran Flanagan Character Portrait: Connor Flannagan Character Portrait: Melody McKinley Character Portrait: Jaxon Rhys Character Portrait: Aberdeen Andrews Character Portrait: Lila Mei Kyoto Character Portrait: Seagus "Griever" Deaves Character Portrait: Nina Picket Character Portrait: Ms. Brumfield Character Portrait: Giselle Embers Character Portrait: Aidrid Dracnare Character Portrait: Alexis Saitou Character Portrait: Opal King Character Portrait: Venice R. Mikaelo Character Portrait: Jayson Goldsworthy Character Portrait: Asuka Fujiwara Character Portrait: Alvor Maximillium
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The end of normal classes was done, and so the Magni were released to their designated classes specifically for them to learn to control their abilities. Magni filled the halls of Liuena Acamdey, the halls full of chatter and accidental slip up of their abilities.

Kirie

One such sixteen year old had that very same problem, but his was a bit more troublesome as he was bound to touch someone in the crowded halls, so every time his arm or shoulder brushed against a shoulder or arm, said person would get a light shock. Very few were lucky to only get a tingle in their arm.

”dammit! Why can’t I just stop shocking everyone, everywhere I go!” came a low tone. Some peple stared at this scrawny boy, with his shock of white hair and wine-red eyes, hidden behind the glare of his oval shaped glasses. Kirie looked around for a brief moment and put in his headphones to listen to some calming music, which helped him stop shocking people.

After the halls more or less cleared out Kirie found the room he was looking for, Room254 or as he liked to call it ”the land of misfits” a smug smile appeared on his face and he stepped into the room that he had been attending for the past few years after his Nana died. Kirie nodded to the teacher, a woman of a well-defined background of Hispanic culture and a bright smile that made anyone’s day. “Have a good summer Kirie?” ”yeah, it would have been fun if Raimei would have just gone with me to the beach” Ms. Brumfield laughed at his words and went back to her work.

you know I don’t mix well with water. What if I did come with you and killed everyone, even you Raimei’s voice never rose beyond that of a loud whisper but you could most definitely hear the fear in her voice. ”yeah, I know but still I missed you. But then again I was so busy with that damn training dad put me through I doubt I would have ever had time for the beach” shaking his head, Kirie leaned back, his hands laced behind his head and took a quick nap waiting for the new as well as old students who would no doubt be a bunch of misfits.

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Venice R. Mikaelo

Venice was leaning against a section of wall outside his next class. His slender fingers flicked the delicate pages of his book with utmost care and attention, his eyes quickly scanning over the words as his reading pace was faster than the average person while other students shuffled past him, sometimes even over him which didn't bother Venice- so long as no one got near his books. It was comedic to watch from afar how students would step on his shoes and he wouldn't flinch, excluding raising his arms to and fro to avoid the book coming into contact with anyone but himself. When the mayhem died down, the book would be brought back to chest level, and he'd be reading it like nothing ever happened.

"What are you reading?"

A curious question posed by a curious-looking child, who was actually a demon. He looked very much like an ordinary child, the only distinctive feature possibly being his blood red eyes as he stared up at the Magni hoping for an answer as an answer wasn't guaranteed particularly when this Magni had his nose lost in a book.

"30 Ways to Manipulate a Demon, fascinating topic isn't it?"

Venice replied, his tone rather neutral as he continued to flick over another page. His long green hair flowed to the side like silk as a breeze entered through the windows but his eyes remained firm and concentrated on the wisdom written down on page 14. Unfortunately for him, his demon child was growing bored at observing the masses and class was soon to begin.
Venice inhaled deeply before deciding to shut his book. As much as he disapproved of leaving a good book unfinished, it would have to be left for another time. The book turned out to be small enough to be pocketed. He then adjusted the hat on his head as the breeze from earlier had moved it slightly, then proceeded to lean down a bit in order to tighten the bright red ribbon tying back Jenkins; his demon child's hair.

"Good to go, sir?"

Sometimes, it seemed like Jenkins only made conversation with questions. Venice nodded in response, looking down at the demon with cold emotionless eyes that shined like glass, despite his emotions towards the demon being the opposite and Jenkins knew better than to think of Venice as just a cold-hearted Magni.
Venice led, and Jenkins followed. They were an odd looking pair considering from their school experience, it looked as if the majority of demons were in animal forms whereas Jenkins looked for the most part human. He had been mistaken as a student like Venice far too many times to count as well.
Venice opened the door to the classroom in a casual manner, not making eye contact with anyone including the teacher. In fact, Venice walked past the teacher as if she didn't exist and took a seat next to a random student (Aberdeen) while Jenkins sat crossed-legged on the floor in front of his desk. It was their usual routine in this class at the very least. Venice quietly cleared his throat as he looked out of the corner of his eyes at just who he was sitting next to.
It turned out to be a female with dark hair as long as his and violet eyes that spoke volumes of what was it.. loneliness maybe? Venice wasn't one to judge, and he had too poor a level of understanding on other humans to even attempt to judge so all he could do was look away and patiently await the start of class.

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Character Portrait: Kieran Flanagan Character Portrait: Connor Flannagan Character Portrait: Jaxon Rhys Character Portrait: Aberdeen Andrews Character Portrait: Lila Mei Kyoto Character Portrait: Opal King Character Portrait: Venice R. Mikaelo Character Portrait: Alvor Maximillium
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As Aberdeen waited for classes to begin, more Magni began to show up, and some of them did it through the strangest ways. While some Magni made it a point to enter the room normally and greet the class, a Magni made his grand entrance by crashing in from the ceiling (Connor) followed by another Magni walking off the wall at the back of the room (Kieran). Aberdeen admits that it’s kind of cool what the other Magni can do with their powers and wonders whether her powers would be of any use. She felt a bit embarrassed at herself feeling insecure at how weak of a power level she must be at.

While Aberdeen was resting her head on her hand, she heard someone clearing their throat softly and looked to her left. Her dark violet eyes observed a student with cyan green eyes and long light green hair to match (Venice). She nearly mistaken the student for a female due to his long hair but upon further scrutiny Aberdeen realized he was a male. He seemed to turn away upon Aberdeen noticing that he was peering towards her, making her assume that she must have had some creepy smile again that spooked him and made him turn away.

Afterwards another student, a bubblegum haired girl (Lila), stopped to greet Aberdeen just before she walked over to a similarly pink haired female student (Opal). It seemed that the two were already acquainted with each other since both Magni and their demons were engaged in conversation with each other. Aberdeen tried to pretend to be nonchalant, but loneliness crept into her skin as she observed each of the students grouping together and having their own small conversations, being totally oblivious as to whether classes started or not. Although Aberdeen didn’t like to speak much, she did want to have friends, but didn’t know if any one of these people would be willing to befriend a girl with weird tastes in the occult and death. It matched her though because of her powers of the Spirit, but it made her worried that her powers would also alienate her, even in a magic based school. Aberdeen was already shunned in her old school after she was found talking to herself in the girl’s bathroom and she did not want to repeat the experience again. Little did the students know that Aberdeen was in conversation with her long dead sister, Brooklyn, whom she likes to refer to as Brook. One of the reasons she loves her magic is that it allows her to talk to Brook and ask her for advice and comfort when she needed it. It seemed that Brooklyn felt that Aberdeen was in that time of need for she made an appearance to the seat at the right of Aberdeen that was unoccupied.

“Abby, aren’t you going to try and make some friends?”

Aberdeen carefully pretended to talk to her demon Luciana, who was in front of Brooklyn, to make it seem as though she was in conversation with her demon. Her voice was subdued so as to not give her insecurities away.

“I’m not sure, Brook. It seems that everyone is either busy or in their own conversations. Plus who would want to befriend a freak like me?”

“Abby, you know you’re in a school FULL of freaks right? Plus there’s a guy right next to you that seemed to have been interested in you if he took the time to notice you, right? Try him!

Aberdeen gazed at the cyan-eyed male student at her left, admitting that she did want to try at least a hello or her version of hello at least. Little did she notice Brooklyn winking at Luciana and Luciana motioning to the demon of the boy (Jenkins). Suddenly she heard a moan sounding like “Uugghhh!!” and knew that to be Luciana’s voice. She woke up from her spaced out self and noticed that Luciana was attempting to converse with Jenkins, but she couldn’t tell whether or not Jenkins was comfortable with Luciana’s mode of speech. Luckily, Luciana clued her in through telepathic conversation and said that she was demonstrating to Jenkins that she couldn’t speak well verbally, but speaks her best through telepathy. Aberdeen then realized what Luciana was doing and decided this was her chance. However, Aberdeen was so nervous that all she could do was poke the guy at his shoulders, gaze at him with a serious demeanor, and softly utter the word, “Hi,” as though she was the one that had trouble communicating verbally instead of Luciana.

(AMWD)

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Venice waited for the lesson to begin patiently, his eyes staring straight ahead of him at nothing in particular. Considering Liuena Academy wasn't ordinary as the class started to fill up with other Magni and their demons, many things were happening all at once besides plain bicker and chatter amongst peers. Venice had been studying at this school for only a year. It had been his first year in a school environment entirely but by now, it was just daily routine setting in. Despite all the magic surrounding him, he was closed off in his own world and didn't react to any of it as he stared on with eyes focused forward. Unlike the other students who had already started exhibiting their elements before the class even began, Venice was modest and did no such thing. In fact, it wouldn't be a surprise if nobody knew what his element was despite the fact he had been attending for a year. He had no friends to speak of or to, and he wasn't sure of the chances of other students observing him when the time came to demonstrate those powers for class exercises.

But perhaps it wasn't just modesty, but a level of insecurity in his ability to control those powers. He preferred to practice alone and out of sight but was certain that even if he did master an area of potential or unlock some new ability, he'd still be keeping it to himself or in a close circle of trusted allies if he should make any. He saw no point in being boastful or attracting attention, as he was just another Magni trying to get by. His belief was that being a Magni didn't make a person special, even if their Magni powers were exceedingly powerful compared to the rest. What made a Magni special in Venice's eyes, was how one chose to use their powers.

Tough situations call for tough choices and it is the choices that one makes, that reveal who that person really is.

Venice recited to himself, a quote he came up with one day while absorbed in a novel about 2 childhood friends. It was a tragic story where after friendship, followed betrayal because one of the friends sought out the discovery of a new power even at the cost of his best friend's life. It had been a long time since he had read that book but the fair amount of time he had right now to himself in contrary to the rest of the class socialising in groups and pairings, made him remember.

Never understood why one would allow themselves the luxury of friendship and letting their guard down, to reach their own demise..

Venice was pulled out of his thoughts by the familiar sound of Jenkin's laughter. Turning his head to view what was going on in regards to his demon, Jenkins was found to be seated in the same spot but facing another demon (Luciana) to the likes of which Venice hadn't seen before. It wore a white mask, with a missing nose which was what stood out most to Venice as a distinct feature. He compared it to the idea of a walking shadow, only with a mask on to show a face. It was rather ironic, wearing a mask to show a face.

That's a new one.

Venice thought, allowing Jenkins room to converse or so he assumed it was demon conversing. It was difficult to tell since neither of the pair of demons were even opening their mouths, save a few laughs from his demon. Jenkins appeared to only be nodding and laughing a little bit now and then but Venice was sure the demon child was having a spectacular time. He had known Jenkins for long enough to read his emotions, even though Jenkins was more uptight and formal compared to other demons at that young age of 10 that Venice had encountered thus far.

It was then that Venice felt a bit of pressure applied at his right shoulder and turned his attention away from the demons over to whatever was responsible. It turned out to be a poke from the girl (Aberdeen) seated next to him which was odd. Venice couldn't recall the last time someone ever poked him, if ever. Classes normally went on with nobody bothering him, but it was a welcome change of pace.

"Hi."

A greeting was even more rare and it made him start to wonder if he did anything wrong to bring it about, considering it was an unusual situation.

"Hello."

Venice greeted back politely but with a tone that lacked emotion. His eyes naturally looked over her facial features since prior he had only managed a side glance without staring too much. She appeared younger than him, and he did not recognise her from last year's classes or maybe he had just missed her? He wasn't the most observant of the lot. Venice felt a pair of someone else's eyes on him and turned for a brief second to realise it was just Jenkins. Jenkins was probably eager to see how Venice would even handle a conversation should one ensue after the small tap on the shoulder.

"May I be of assistance? or have I inconvenienced you?"

Venice inquired. Thinking further on what he just said, he felt as if Jenkins' conversational skills on asking questions all the time was beginning to rub off on him.

Like demon, like Magni.

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Kirie

He cracked open a single red eye, looking about the room as new and old students poured into their last class of the day, the class that would teach them to control their abilities. Ms. Brumfield greeted all if not most of them with a simple smile or greeting.
So when a student spoke softly about not killing someone, he opened both eyes in amusement. fat chance they would let you get away with it newbie a smirk planted itself on his face. After that things got a bit more exciting as the veterans of the class came in, and a few newbies as well. But he decided to go back to his nap, leaning back his hands laced behind his head, you could easily tell just how relaxed and at home he was.

Suddenly the ceiling broke and a kid (Connor) fell right on his stomach and then a fox looking thing (Hans) landed on his head. This made Kirie just about jumped right out of his seat but relaxed upon hearing the voices of which they belonged to. Then another student (Kieran) came in with a rather grand entrance if you asked him about his thoughts. This student walked right off the walls and Kirie rolled his eyes at how comical the twins were.
I don’t see how that could amuse anyone. If that had been me I could have electrocuted him. Raimei decided it had been best that she keep hidden from view and in her own world but kept that telepathic link with Kirie so the two could speak. ”Nah you would have been fine I trust in your ability” giving his demon a smile or at least he thought he did as he wasn’t quite sure where she was around him.

The seating of an obviously new student (Aidrid) caught his attention, especially the guys demon (Decenti), who could have passed for a human if it weren’t for the crow like wings poking out from his back. Raising a brow Kirie leaned forwards in his seat, glancing at the guy from the corner of his eye. Raimei then flickered into becoming visible with each flicker and stared at the demon with the wings ”I wish I was like you then I wouldn’t have to worry about hurting anyone” her voice quiet and sad.

”nah don’t be so hard on yourself Raimei I like you just the way you are.” this earned him a grateful smile from Raimie who at the moment wished she could hug her beloved Magni but would have killed him. Kirie then turned his attention back to the student who sat beside him ”so are you new here, I don’t think I’ve seen you around before?”

But before the kid could reply Ms. Brumfield stood up from her desk and walked to the board writing out the words Lessons on Magic Control in big loopy letters on the board. Then turning to the class she cleared her throat authoritively and waited for them to quiet down. After a few minutes however she frowned, and clapped her hands. Suddenly a loud thunder clap echoed throughout the room making some if not all the students’ jump. Smiling at having their attention or at some of their attention she spoke “okay so now that I have your attention who can tell me why you’re here for?”

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”Hello.”

Aberdeen’s violet eyes widened for a bit until she quickly narrowed them at the student that had responded to her attempt at making a greeting without lacing it with some creepy remark. She was surprised that poking someone and greeting “hi” with a serious face and tone of voice actually worked and didn’t send the person running to the nearest exit. That was the usual response she was given back at her old school, though it was probably because of the rumors that spread about her that she doesn’t want to recall again. Although he seemed to be polite, the student spoke without emotion, and Aberdeen wondered if this was just part of his personality.

”May I be of assistance? Or have I inconvenienced you?” the student spoke once more.

Aberdeen then clenched her fist and continued to stare fiercely at the light green haired student. She was trying to mask her intense nervousness and shyness that she couldn’t help but feel when confronted with the opportunity to speak to someone. Luciana then came into Aberdeen’s thoughts who asked, “Abby, what’s wrong?”

“Lucy, I don’t know how to respond.”

“Just say anything.”

What Aberdeen would’ve said in response to the guy’s question was, “No inconvenience. Rather, I feel this is a much convenient method of meeting you rather than my usual stalking methods.” However, a deafening clap of thunder roared throughout the room, causing Aberdeen’s nervousness to get the better of her and causing her to unintentionally turn invisible in front of her inquirer. She looked towards the front to see her teacher smiling, waiting for students to pay attention to her class. “Dammit…” Aberdeen mumbled to herself and quickly went back to her seat to collect herself and turn visible again. She dared not to look back at the guy with green eyes, not wanting to embarrass herself any further. She called Luciana in her mind to come back with her, who moaned “ Uhhhh…” in a sad tone. It seemed her conversation with the boy’s demon went well.

Then the teacher asked,“Who can tell me why you’re here for?”

“Same thing as all other years, because some people here can't control their magic.”

Aberdeen then stared down into her notebook, thinking about how true that was for her. She had to silently breathe in and out to make sure she wouldn’t turn invisible again. Ever since she learned invisibility, she had trouble trying not to turn invisible whenever she was very nervous or embarrassed, and had to hide it by running away from people before it happened. Sometimes she stayed invisible for too long and she would knock out and wake up in the infirmary with the nurses asking her what happened. Obviously she couldn’t tell them that she fainted because she stayed invisible for more than ten minutes. It got to a point where her parents were concerned and inquired her about it, but she couldn’t tell that to them either along with the fact that she can see Brooklyn.

“Why I’m here...” Aberdeen thought, “...that’s because of Grandma Alma. “ Aberdeen remembered that it was her grandmother that introduced her to the Academy. When her parents told Alma about Aberdeen’s fainting spells, she had suspected that Aberdeen had trouble controlling her magic and inquired her about it. Aberdeen denied it until her grandmother had shown her an old medal with “Liuena Academy” on it. She learned that her grandmother was also a spirit magni just like her and has also been able to see Brook accompanying Aberdeen. It was Grandma Alma that suggested Aberdeen study at the Academy to master her spirit magic. When Aberdeen asked why her parents never told her, Alma said that it was because the magic skipped her father’s generation and that her mother, Madison was not a magni. However, it seems that Aberdeen had inherited the magic. Aberdeen then went to the Academy with her grandmother covering for her and telling her parents about how good a school it was minus the magic.

Recalling why she was here, made Aberdeen calm down and remind herself that she need not be embarrassed because everyone in this class had the same problem as her. She decided not to give that whole answer she had in her mind on why she was here because she did not want to talk in front of the class and because it was such a long story that she did not want to use energy in telling. Instead, she simply looked to the front with serious eyes, wondering what she will learn in this class.

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As his classmates reacted to his spectacular entrance, Connor flashed a huge, cheesy smile and flipped the thumbs up. He loved how his ability to brighten up a room hadn't changed. Suddenly a lot of things happened at once. His roommate Alvor caught his attention by tossing a crumpled up ball of paper at him which he caught one-handed before opening it to examine its contents. It was a comprehensive map of the school, complete with air-ducts, secret passageways, and a few things Connor hadn't seen before. The looked like whole secret rooms. He would most certainly have to test this map out. "Awesome! Thanks Al! This is sweet!" Connor waved at his roommate, thanking him for the map. Then, another pair walked up to him, first a cat, who introduced himself as Tama, followed by a nervous looking boy who said, ""I'm sorry, Tama here kind of likes to talk to whoever he finds interesting." After saying this he put Tama inside the collar of his shirt and awkwardly held out his hand. "Well my name is Jaxon Rhys, as we're to be classmates you can call me Jax." Connor took his hand and shook it. "I'm Connor, this little ball of mischief is called Hans, and we're glad to meet you." Connor said with a huge smile. "But Connor, we're not glad to meet him, or at least I'm not. I suppose meeting isn't a bad thing, but I wouldn't say that I specifically am glad to meet him. Stop lying Connor, dad told us it was bad." Hans said, his voice full of it's usual sarcasm and derision. "Sorry about him. He likes to pretend he's super aloof and hard to get along with. The little fuzz-ball actually loves people, so I'm sure he's glad to meet you." Connor explained.

Connor was just about to answer his brother, and call shenanigans because he doesn't walk anywhere, when suddenly the room was filled with a thunderous boom. The teacher, Ms. Brumfield, had walked in and clapped, signalling the young mages to sit down and get ready for their class. Connor took his seat and turned his attention to the board which had the words: Lessons on Magic control written in big loopy letters on the whiteboard. She directed a question at the class. "Okay so now that I have your attention who can tell me what you’re here for?" She asked and was immediately answered by both Kieran and a blonde haired girl Connor didn't quite recognize.

First was the blonde girl who said, "Same thing as all other years, because some people here can't control their magic." There was just the littlest bit of derision in her voice, as if she held disdain for anyone and everyone she didn't like. It was strange. Then Kieran answered, and his version made Connor have to stifle a laugh. Kieran deliberately provoked their teacher. "Well Mrs. Brumfield, that is quite simple, I am here supposedly to learn how to better control my magic. But let's all be honest here, I am probably just gonna goof off and cause trouble for you, all in the name of a few laughs out of my classmates. The same thing I did last year, and probably the reason that Mrs. Gregory said she could not teach this class again, I guess Connor and I are just too much for some people to handle." He finished with a smirk on his face. Connor buried his face in his notebook, attempting, and failing, to hide his laughter. It was just too funny. Finally, once he'd contained himself, Connor sat back in his chair and actually prepared himself to take notes. Connor would never tell Kieran, but he felt like... actually trying this year. Connor wanted to get better at controlling his water magic, the pranking capabilities with water were endless, especially because water was such a harmless medium. Further, it gave him an excuse to keep his ability to shapeshift to himself. The better he got at manipulating water, the less he'd have to rely on shifting. WHat connor didn't know, however, was that soon, shifting would become his entire focus.

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Character Portrait: Kirie Askumoto Character Portrait: Kieran Flanagan Character Portrait: Connor Flannagan Character Portrait: Melody McKinley Character Portrait: Jaxon Rhys Character Portrait: Aberdeen Andrews Character Portrait: Lila Mei Kyoto Character Portrait: Seagus "Griever" Deaves Character Portrait: Nina Picket Character Portrait: Ms. Brumfield Character Portrait: Giselle Embers Character Portrait: Aidrid Dracnare Character Portrait: Alexis Saitou Character Portrait: Opal King Character Portrait: Venice R. Mikaelo Character Portrait: Jayson Goldsworthy Character Portrait: Asuka Fujiwara Character Portrait: Victoria Winter Character Portrait: Alvor Maximillium
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Giselle Embers
Giselle looked at her desk offically bored and ready to leave. She tried to think of an excuse or a drama she could cause to get her out of here. She looked at the teacher's drink and put a tiny barely noticeable white hot flame under it. If she heated it enough the Teacher would be burnt and leave the classroom and then Giselle could disappear out of her lesson.

She focused her attention on making the glass hotter and hotter making a flame vanish whenever the teacher looked near or around the drink as to not be made the prime suspect later. Her eyes had gone an autmun red in colour since she had started heating the glass and any sign of green was almost entirely gone apart from little flecks around the inside of her iris bordering the pupil.

The teacher looked straight at Giselle and in a instant the flame and red iris' were gone and she looked like a normal kid not paying full attention to a lesson. Then when the teacher's burrowing gaze left Giselle the glass was being burnt again by a short little white spark.

Giselle played with her ginger hair as to not look like she was being menacing but her eyes never left the glass until they had to and her attention was entirely focused as if she were in some sort of trance or under a dark spell.

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Character Portrait: [NPC] Bartender Character Portrait: Kirie Askumoto Character Portrait: Kieran Flanagan Character Portrait: Connor Flannagan Character Portrait: Melody McKinley Character Portrait: Jaxon Rhys Character Portrait: Aberdeen Andrews Character Portrait: Lila Mei Kyoto Character Portrait: Ms. Brumfield Character Portrait: Giselle Embers Character Portrait: Aidrid Dracnare Character Portrait: Alexis Saitou Character Portrait: Opal King Character Portrait: Venice R. Mikaelo Character Portrait: Jayson Goldsworthy Character Portrait: Alvor Maximillium
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Kirie

He too jumped but wasn’t all that bothered until he remembered Raimei. "Raimei you okay?" looking about him without being to obvious about it. His eyes locked with the kid (Aidrid) who sat next to him and acknowledged his nod.

I’m okay i guess. I should have gotten used to her doing that her sigh came out as a small crackle of electricity as it ran along the outline of Raimei’s shape. Kirie knew his demon could be scared very easily, often losing shape for a moment as her body went haywire. well I guess that’s what happens when your body is made entirely of electricity Kirie frowned but smiled at Raimeis reply I heard that Kirie. It doesn’t help. her voice was now barely a whisper.

"No it didn’t but I trust that you won’t electrocute me" another crackle came about but this one sounded nicer and he realized for the first time Raimei had laughed. An equally happy smile plastered itself on to his face and Kirie faced forwards.

Except the answers Ms. Brumfield received were semi-correct and just plain rude. Kirie shook his head at their answers but decided not to put his input as it wouldn’t help anything. Ms. Brumfield could tell that some of the students showed discomfort by her question as well as from the answers she received from the older students.

She began to chuckle but she wasn’t mad at all as some had thought she was. “Well I see you’ve done your homework. But yes that’s what your here for and don’t worry Kieran it won’t be enough to drive me away. I can assure you have my means to put you in place.” A kind smile that contradicted her words that sounded very much like a threat.

“But more to the point some of you think I’m just going to give some boring lectures about how to control them but I won’t give you hands on experience. But today I’m going to give all of you hands on experience. Each of you will be paired with another student and it will be random so no complaining.” Ms. Brumfield looked over at Giselle her gaze narrowed as the girl tried to hide her activities. Turning back to the board Ms. Brumfield began to write up the names: Connor Vs. Melody, Lila Vs. Alexis, Aidrid Vs. Venice, Giselle vs. Alvor, Opal Vs. Aberdeen, and Kirie Vs. Jayson. Then turning back to face them Ms. Brumfield leaned against her desk about to reach for her coffee but could feel the warmth radiating from her mug.

Then a better idea came to mind, “Giselle could you taste this for me, my tongue is very sensitive to heat. See if it’s too hot, and considering your fire elemental I’m sure you can handle some heat” passing the mug to Giselle, to taste. Then turning back to the class Ms. Brumfield smiled, “well there’s your pairings. Now if I catch you overdoing it, there will be severe punishment, and you will not like what it is” her smile turned cruel as she snapped her fingers. Electric sparks danced across her fingers, this caught Kiries attention and a smile twitched at the corners of his lips. I do not want to be at her that lady’s mercy at all . Kirie knew full well just how painful a shock could be but for her to have been able to create that loud sound she must have built up a lot of electricity.

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Character Portrait: [NPC] Bartender Character Portrait: Kirie Askumoto Character Portrait: Kieran Flanagan Character Portrait: Connor Flannagan Character Portrait: Melody McKinley Character Portrait: Jaxon Rhys Character Portrait: Aberdeen Andrews Character Portrait: Lila Mei Kyoto Character Portrait: Ms. Brumfield Character Portrait: Giselle Embers Character Portrait: Aidrid Dracnare Character Portrait: Alexis Saitou Character Portrait: Opal King Character Portrait: Venice R. Mikaelo Character Portrait: Jayson Goldsworthy Character Portrait: Alvor Maximillium
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Giselle smiled at the Teacher confidently and took a gulp of water. “Yep, it’s perfect Miss, Not too hot at all. Bit bitter though..” Giselle knew she was being tested here and she knew how to handle it...maybe she could convince the Teacher to drink it still. After pushing the mug dangerously close to the edge of her desk she looked at the board and looked for her name.
Giselle VS Alvor Giselle arched an eyebrow and her eyes searched the room for Alvor. Giselle was a competitive girl and didn’t plan on losing at all and it was fairly clear by the amused but determined look on her heart-shaped face. She turned her attention back at the mug decided at some point she’d accidently push it off the desk. Then she noticed a red dash by the window and her head moved noticeably quick towards the window.
She could see easily it was Vix by the animals speed and elegance not to mention her petit sizing and bright red fur. Vix sat down and gave Giselle a warning glare through the glass of the window and Giselle felt herself sinking into her own skin. Vix intimidated Giselle with her wisdom and intelligence but Giselle wasn’t one to listen most of the time. She looked at the mug then at Vix then jolted her leg up into the desk sending a slight vibration through the wood. The mug crashed and Giselle muttered ‘Ow’ rubbing her knee.
It’d been half accidental and half on purpose. She’d meant to knock the mug but not hit her knee so hard on the wood. She glared at the table as if it were the table’s fault then calmed down enough to have her skin stop being bright red and her eyes stopped being narrowed at the table.
She sent little sparks off her fingers and she searched out her duelling partner with bright eyes. She tried to ignore the pulsing and throbbing in her knee and focused her attention on getting in the right sense of mind for a spar or duel- whichever you’d rather call it.

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Character Portrait: Kirie Askumoto Character Portrait: Kieran Flanagan Character Portrait: Connor Flannagan Character Portrait: Melody McKinley Character Portrait: Jaxon Rhys Character Portrait: Aberdeen Andrews Character Portrait: Lila Mei Kyoto Character Portrait: Ms. Brumfield Character Portrait: Giselle Embers Character Portrait: Li Wen Character Portrait: Aidrid Dracnare Character Portrait: Alexis Saitou Character Portrait: Opal King Character Portrait: Venice R. Mikaelo Character Portrait: Jayson Goldsworthy Character Portrait: Alvor Maximillium
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Kirie
The fact that he turned into a dragon made him smile, a chuckle escaped his lips but stopped when Ms. Brumfield glanced over at him. damn she is going to be a tough one shaking his head Kirie listened to the other students exchange about duels but he was more so focused on his opponent someone by the name of Jayson.

wonder who that is, she must be new if I don’t know them a frown crept its way onto his lips as Kirie leaned forwards to listen closely to what the teacher said next. Kirie stifled a mocking laugh at Giselle who knocked over the teachers mug, shaking his head at her clumsiness.

Ms. Brumfield

“aye dios mio!” sighing Ms. Brumfield shook her head bending down to clean up what was left of her coffee. Standing back up she dropped the remains into the trash bin and faced the class again, her gaze settled on Giselle for a moment before returning back to the others. Kieran caught her attention by the fact that he turned into a cartoonish dragon, which surprised her but not really.

“Kieran sit down, just because I didn’t put your name up doesn’t mean I forgot about you. But seeing as I didn’t put up Jaxsons name either ill leave it be for now.” but Ms. Brumfield wasn’t done, with a slight flick of the wrist a small bolt of electricity was sent right towards Kieran and shocked him. “Now back to the issue at hand as I have already said we are to be doing practice duels, you fail or break the rules(Check OOC) you will be punished” smiling at her students.

Then a late student appeared, “ah Li Wen good to see that you made it. Next time try not to be late. We are going to the practice arena for practice duels. Everyone is in pairs but since you’er late you’ll have to sit this one out as punishment and simply because there is no one else to pair you up with”. Giving Li a kind smile.

Ms. Brumfield then walked out from behind her desk and towards the door, “now let’s go to the practice fields no use in doing it in here”. Soon enough the students arrived in the practice arena. The place was huge with giant archways in front of the stands. Ms. Brumfield stood in the middle of the field and motioned to the first two pairs of oppenents. “start when you are ready, those who are waiting your turns go sit in the stands and devise a plan of action until then be silent, cheer if you must but do not give those fighting any help”. So with that Ms. Brumfield stepped back for those who would fight waiting for when they were ready to start.

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It appears that I lack your social skills Jenkins..

Venice and his demon exchanged glances. He wasn’t sure how to handle the situation between him and the girl seated beside him (Aberdeen) as she stared with such a fixed gaze, that it was almost as if she was glaring. Under Venice’s poor interpretation of these sorts of things, he assumed he had made an error of speech and tried to figure out how to rectify it. Although Venice’s face was a puzzle as it remained as expressionless as ever, he was concerned about how to respond to a person who wasn’t responding to him. He was aware that turning away was an option, but it felt impolite to do so. After much mental debating, nothing happened. Alas, neither Venice nor the girl (Aberdeen) got around to the opportunity to utter another word as a loud sound similar to that of thunder, roared across the room. With a mere blink, the dark-haired girl (Aberdeen) he was facing had vanished unexpectedly. It was more of a surprise to Venice in comparison to the teacher’s clap. Confused, he directed his attention to what he was sure about which was the start of the lesson.

“okay so now that I have your attention who can tell me why you’re here for?”

Venice was unfortunately not the type to share his thoughts with anyone, let alone an entire class so he did not answer the teacher’s question in any shape or form. He had never done so in his past year of schooling and today wasn’t going to be any different in that regard. Believing he had overheard a slight mutter coming from the empty seat, Venice checked it out to find the mysterious girl (Aberdeen) had returned.

Ah, of course. We’re Magni.

Venice thought almost scolding himself for feeling so surprised originally about the occurrence. The social opening had probably tipped him off his usual self more than he thought it would but the lesson was serving as a good reminder of reality as the topic of ‘control’ was discussed; his greatest fear. Some students responded realistically, while others took the opportunity to make a joke out of it but Venice took into account all differing views while clinging onto his own.

We are either here to learn how to control, or to be controlled..

It was quite an accusation against the academy but Venice wasn’t the most trusting. In his attendance, he had been recorded and noted as a good pupil but he still had his doubts on the motives of other human beings in general. It was what he grew up to believe plus all the books he had read in his time, only furthered the idea that human beings tended to be selfish and look out for their own- most seeking control rather than giving others control. Maybe with the amount of Magni who had gone wrong with misfired powers, the academy wasn’t keen to teach them control but to teach them how to use their powers, in order to maintain control of society. A group of inexperienced Magni adolescents would definitely prove to be an ‘out of control’ situation.

“But more to the point some of you think I’m just going to give some boring lectures about how to control them but I won’t give you hands on experience. But today I’m going to give all of you hands on experience. Each of you will be paired with another student and it will be random so no complaining.”

Having heard Ms. Brumfield crystal clear, Venice waited patiently to listen to the random pairings assigned to the class. He wasn’t the biggest fan of team work or rivalry but being the requirement for today, he would follow the process. Consequently, His cyan eyes were drawn towards the lettering upon the board as he read his pairing: ‘Aidrid Vs. Venice’. Venice wasn’t familiar with the name but he was pretty confident to conclude it was a male.

“well there’s your pairings. Now if I catch you overdoing it, there will be severe punishment, and you will not like what it is”

The punishments while serious, was a far cry from why Venice would do as he was told. For the most part, he was just a peaceful and humble person. Additionally, if the academy could help him learn, understand and master his element, then he would be grateful. If the academy could not assist him, then he would be thoroughly disappointed but not to the point he would seek to cause trouble. It was a wonder why students were present at all with some already wreaking havoc in minor things. They were most certainly attending for a reason, were they not? In his belief, they were only making things more difficult for themselves.

It wasn’t long before all the students were gathered at the practice arena and Venice was left to wait for his turn against an Aidrid fellow.

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Character Portrait: Kieran Flanagan Character Portrait: Melody McKinley Character Portrait: Aberdeen Andrews Character Portrait: Ms. Brumfield Character Portrait: Li Wen Character Portrait: Venice R. Mikaelo
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Venice sat in the stands close to no one besides his own demon, as most of his peers engaged in talk with each other. Some were making commentary on the ongoing battles while others appeared to be doing the smart thing by analysing their upcoming opponents. Venice did neither. Although he had opinions on the duels himself, he kept those thoughts to himself aware that analysing people was far from being his forte. His demon Jenkins on the other hand was having a glorious time with his mouth at times, left hanging open as his little fists were clenched and waving around everywhere in encouragement. Venice continuing to be unmoved at the current events, pulled out his earlier pocket-sized book to continue reading until the time came whereas he'd be the one being watched instead which he really wasn't looking forward to. As outrageous as his clothes were, he didn't like drawing attention to himself that served as quite a contradiction.

"Venice, Venice, you're missing out!"

Jenkins exclaimed from the edge of his seat. Venice flicked over a page and looked up from his book for a split second to see what all the commotion was about before returning to his book. He had just managed to spot what appeared to be the teacher Mrs Brumfield's demon interacting with the students and despite it being a quick look, the image was fresh in his mind. It was black and red, a very darkly-looking creature as if straight out of the depths of hell. He did not envy those who had the pleasure of getting acquainted with it. While he did like demons overall, he wasn't sure if that type of demon would be much fond of him.The sound of a girl (Melody) screaming is what had originally attracted his attention. She had blonde hair and blue eyes, seen tightly clutching onto a boy's (Kieran) arm after being so startled. Venice continued to observe as she turned away from the boy she had grabbed in a cute manner. Not wanting to appear nosey, he turned away. Venice being as stoic as ever, did not give off an expression though that could count as a reaction anyways. Jenkins must be excited.. he said that in statement form, not as a question as per usual. Venice concluded as he moved onto the next page.

"Venice? Are you listening, sir?"

Jenkins asked Venice formally, but with a tone of impatience. While Venice naturally preferred to continue getting lost in his book that had reached a particularly fascinating theory, he was also obliged to grace his demon's question with an answer at the very least.

"Yes, that I am."

Venice responded briefly, flicking over another page and sparing another glance only directed around the arena this time as if admiring the architecture. He had been here on a number of occasions, and he always sat at the same spot with nobody but his demon for company. Venice spotted a familiar face being the girl he sat next to from earlier (Aberdeen) engaged in conversation with a fellow (Li) he had never seen before, or if he had, failed to recognise. Hmm, makes me realise I don't really know anyone's name except the teacher's. Returning his sights to the pages of his book, he continued conversing with his only companion.

"If I recall the rules correctly, when my duel takes place.. you are to stand down."

Jenkins sighed exaggeratedly.

"I understand, sir. But if I may say so, I believe you to be quite poor in combat and I worry for your health."

Jenkins expressed his concerns as his face grew serious, almost matching stoic Venice's own expression.

"There's hardly any combat involved from the likes of what I have managed to overhear... mostly bickering and threats- of which don't apply effects on me."

Venice said matter-of-factly, displaying that he did use his ears to listen in even without watching the duels with his own eyes. Jenkins only chuckled childishly in reaction.

"You never cease to amaze me, sir."

Venice looked up from his book with a kind-hearted smile for a change.

"Ah well, I could say the same for you."

Venice replied, ruffling the demon boy's hair like a fatherly figure.

"Just today, you started talking to me with statements and not just questions. Consider me amazed."

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Character Portrait: Connor Flannagan Character Portrait: Melody McKinley Character Portrait: Jaxon Rhys Character Portrait: Lila Mei Kyoto Character Portrait: Ms. Brumfield Character Portrait: Giselle Embers Character Portrait: Li Wen Character Portrait: Alexis Saitou Character Portrait: Venice R. Mikaelo
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Ms.Brumfield

looking to Connor with a smile on her face she understood his reasonings. "sure Connor however you want to do it is fine by me just give it your best shot. now go sit back down alright" gently pushing him back towards his seat. Ms.Beumfield still wasnt in the best of moods, not after what Jaxon did and the way Amon acted towards his students.

sighing her attention was needed else where when Hwang yelled out for help. looking for the small dragon she glared at him finding him down in the arena area. "dammit Li what are you doing down there i told everyone specificly not to go down there but to atay in the stands-" running down the stairs and into the arena Ms.Brumfield now knew why Hqang called for help.

seeing one of her students on the ground unconcious made her worry as well as bring some unpleasant memories to come up. "oi what happened? tch he'll need to go to the nurse" looking around Ms.Brumfield realized she couldnt leave her students alone it wasnt allowed. "ah lets see what to do. . . " then spotting Connor and Melody an idea popped into her head. picking Li in her arms Ms.Brumfield laid him out on one of the seats. "Connor!Melody! come here for a moment" when and if they did come she would have asked the two to take Li to the nurses office and stay there for a little bit until coming back to the arena. once the group was to leave MsBrumfield let out a sigh glad she got it over with.

then she remember something else she hadnt done yet. Jaxon scowling she looked for the boy and saw him on top one of the pillars. cupping both hands around her mouth after getting as close as possible to him she called out to her student."Jaxon! get your butt down here! Now!" shaking her head once. if Jaxon was to follow hwr directions she would have had him go with Connor and Melody and have the two take him to the HeadMasters office and let Connor explain what happened. Ms.Brumfield would have asked the two to wait while Jaxon came down and so she could explain their new added instructions and once she told them she would send them on ther way.

glad she got that done with only one duel was left and she wondered how Lila would defend herself against Alexis's shard of ice. "but only one duel is going hmm whos next" she mumbled to herself. going back to where she originaly been standing Ms.Brumfield looked at the pairings and smiled. looking up the teacher searched for Giselle and found her talking with her demon. "Giselle its your turn to get up so start heading down to the arena so you can start your match. remember no demon is to help you if i find out your demon tried helping you even from the stands you will get detention." Ms.Brumfield liked giving certain students detention because unlike most teachers hers was rather strange.

But now to find Venice, and she found him. walking over towards her green haired student she smiled at his demon. "Venice its your turn to go up so start heading down to the arena your oppenent should be there waiting for you" gently pushing him towards the arena.

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It wasn't long before the moment between Magni and demon concluded with Venice returning his attention to his book and Jenkins realising one of the fights he had been watching had already ended- the verdict of which he had just missed out on. The demon child grew bored again as he was seated upright, his posture quite perfected. It was then that the teacher Mrs Brumfield was without a doubt approaching them as they sat separate from most of their peers. Jenkins smiled at the lady teacher as she smiled over at him followed by turning his head hoping Venice had noticed. Venice acknowledged the teacher's presence with a polite nod of his head as he rested the book he was engrossed in temporarily on his lap to show he was paying attention. "Venice its your turn to go up so start heading down to the arena your opponent should be there waiting for you" Mrs Brumfield had gently encouraged Venice towards the direction of the arena and if it wasn't for that slight shove, Venice would have probably taken his sweet time getting down there as fighting wasn't really his thing. The book he had been reading had fallen as he was directed to the arena, which Jenkins took the liberty of picking up and dusting off on his Magni's behalf. Venice out of concern, turned around to find Jenkins had already picked up the book much to his relief as he continued to make his way for the arena.

When Venice had arrived, the first thing he did was adjust his sleeves a little higher up out of convenience and practicality. If he was going to use any power at all today, he didn't want to waste time on minor things like making sure his sleeves were out of the way. It was barely noticeable the change though, as he had only made one slight fold in the cloth to leave his wrists out and showing from under the material compared to before.
The second thing he did was look over at his opponent (Giselle) who had arrived sooner than himself who turned out to unexpectedly be a female. It appeared there had been a change in plans. Venice did not like the idea of going against a girl, not because he deemed the gender weaker or anything in comparison to males but because there were certain areas he would have to be sure to avoid when in combat otherwise it would give off the wrong impression. If he was going against another male however, he wouldn't have to worry about such things. Another odd thing worth mentioning was that the girl's demon was in the arena with her but Venice knew the rules which required no demons to take part.

Instead of saying anything about his intentions and observations though, Venice bowed like a gentleman and introduced himself. "My name is Venice Roko Mikaelo.." He tipped his hat then straightened up to end the bow, casually tossing the hat over to the side and fixing his jacket before continuing. "Before we continue, may I know your name? I believe it is only polite." His hand left his green flowing hair as his arms returned to his sides ready to move in case the girl refused and decided to engage in battle head on. He had to be especially wary of this one as he didn't know what her element was or what she was capable of.

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Character Portrait: Kieran Flanagan Character Portrait: Connor Flannagan Character Portrait: Melody McKinley Character Portrait: Jaxon Rhys Character Portrait: Aberdeen Andrews Character Portrait: Lila Mei Kyoto Character Portrait: Giselle Embers Character Portrait: Li Wen Character Portrait: Alexis Saitou Character Portrait: Opal King Character Portrait: Venice R. Mikaelo
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Aberdeen took a quick look around her to make sure no one suspected anything strange about her. It seemed that Connor and Jaxon were carrying Li to the nurse’s office and that Melody and Kieran were trailing right behind them. Opal seemed to be watching intently at the matches and Ella and Lucy were having their own conversation, so it seems like no one noticed. “Thank goodness,” Aberdeen thought. She didn’t want to look suspicious in front of her classmates. For now, she decided to keep the situation with the ghosts a secret and pay attention to the matches.

Looking over at Lila’s match, Aberdeen made a sigh of relief that Lila had escape the sharp ice shard’s path, but she turned her head sideways after Lila tripped over her feet and landed on her buttocks. Lila’s eyes seemed to be wide open in shock and she called out to her opponent, “Hey, careful with that you could have actually killed me yah know!” with fluffy cheeks. Even though she just stated that her opponent could have potentially ended her life, Lila’s face depicted a smile. “What a nice smile she has,” Aberdeen thought. She wished she could smile a lot more like her rather than maintain such a serious or cold complexion, but she felt uncomfortable letting herself go like that. Lila then stood up from the ground, shrugged off some dirt that was on her skirt, and then stepped back with her arm pulled out as though she was getting ready to pitch at the next batter. “Batter up!” Aberdeen thought in her head. She knew she could be more lax, sarcastic, and open, but she chose not to, instead maintaining a serious face as she intently watched Lila’s next move. With a bright smile, Lila launched a ball of light towards Alexis and following up with larger balls of light.

Although she wanted to see the outcome, Aberdeen hated light so she turned to look at the next group of people that were going to match. It seemed that it was Venice’s and Giselle’s match. She overheard a couple of names that Ms. Brumfield mentioned, but never turned to see how the opponents looked. A girl with medium bright flame red hair stepped into the arena accompanied by a red fox which leaped forward in front of her. “Aren’t the demons supposed to be sitting down not participating?” Aberdeen thought. Afterwards, a familiar green haired young man stepped into the arena adjusting his sleeves. After he introduced himself as “Venice Roko Mikaelo,” he tipped his hat, bowed, tossed his hat over to the side, and fixed his jacket. “Ah, so that’s his name,” Aberdeen thought, remembering him as the guy that she tried to have her first conversation with. Thinking about what had transpired earlier, Aberdeen struggled to keep herself visible, clenching her fists together. “I can’t believe I made a fool of myself in front of this gentleman! Ugghh I hope he doesn’t see me.” After realizing that she was clenching her fists for too long, she looked back down at her hands and noticed she couldn’t see herself anymore. “Not this again…” Aberdeen grumbled, struggling to become visible again.

Meanwhile, Lucy was enjoying the opportunity of talking to Ella. Although Ella growled and hesitated at first, she quickly snatched up the offered treats and crawled back down in the bag. After chewing on most of the candy that was stuffed inside the bag, Ella responded, “Thank you for the candy, even though it was already mine to eat to start with. I guess we can be friends, though you are a little creepy. I’ll think of it like an adventure!”

“None taken. It’s an honest response to my appearance. Heh, speaking of adventures, would you like to know how I got my latest mask? It’s a riveting story, though for me not and the poor soul who had to lose his mask.” Luciana then thought for a moment to the events of the past looking upwards. “Actually, I think I may have taken his face too. I’m sure I had Aberdeen pack it for my pillowcase, at least she better have.”

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As Giselle's opponent arrived Giselle was busy pinning her hair out her face but she was more then ready otherwise. An excitement and positive aura bubbled inside her and any doubt or worries weren't very apparent on her face. When she looked at the person she was against she noticed they were male and polite because he was quick to offer his name. She laced her hands behind her back and listened until she felt it appropriate for her to reply.

"Hey, my name is Giselle, nice to meet you!" She gave a friendly smile as Vix went to sit and spectate and keeping her hands behind her back and invisible to her opponent's eye sparked a small flame letting it gradually increase in size and heat but the flame was jumpy and almost died completely a few times. Deciding not to take any more chances her palms came forward and the flame was released. It danced forward leaping like a dragon's fiery breath but it's temperature wasn't as high as her original flame. Damn.

Vix watched a look of admiration and awe as her best friend released the beam of fire but she wasn't going to get hopes up and expect Giselle to win because Giselle was reckless and thoughtless which meant she didn't think tactically after her first few moves. Vix personally felt like she could predict everything Giselle did but she kept utterly silent and sat like a statue, because rules are rules.

The red fox pawed the ground and curled up lazily watching with sparkling emerald eyes and the pride of a mother not that Vix was a mother but she treated Giselle more like a daughter then a friend sometimes.

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Venice R. Mikaelo

"Hey, my name is Giselle, nice to meet you!"

Venice nodded to show he had heard the girl before loosening his position, one of his shoes moving back to provide shoulder length of space apart from the other shoe. With his sleeves still slightly folded, his hands moved a bit away from his sides to show he was ready to use them but still seemingly peaceful as they were not up in fists but with palms faced downwards. Now here came the tricky bit- who was going to initiate the duel?
Venice kept his position and decided to wait it out. He decided that waiting had its advantages as he would be able to see Giselle's element first before revealing his own. On the other hand, that meant he needed good reflexes to react in time as he didn't know what to expect in regards to element or fighting style. For all he knew, she could be a non-stop aggressive type that wouldn't give him ample time for a breather whilst he on the other hand, was more of a defence reliant user unless he lost his temper and control.

The wait didn't last long as Giselle presented her palms in front of her and a flame was released headed straight for his direction. It was only then that Venice realised he required an exception to school duelling rules. His left palm was shakily focused on the ground in front of his body as cracks started to appear while Venice's eyes stayed focused solely on the flame heading right towards him with speed.

"Requesting permission to-"

Venice managed to yell out but with not much time available to him in order to finish his sentence, the left hand was raised as the ground underneath raised along with it. The block of ground matched Venice's height as the flame rushed right into it, only to be absorbed.

"-be an exception to the rule of school property as there is no other means that would allow me to engage in a duel. However, I will adhere to as minimal destruction as possible and only use what is necessary."

After Venice completed what he was saying, his left arm swayed in a horizontal fashion to slice the air in front of him as the block of ground reacted by also being sliced and toppling over. Venice then proceeded to wiggle his left hand's fingers above the block as if controlling an invisible puppet as the block began to take on a new form. Beads of sweat trickled down his temples as he applied intense concentration. His efforts were not wasted as the new block form rose, it was evident that he had produced a shield made of rock. Venice raised his right arm in front of him as his left hand made a gesture of 'come hither' and the shield obeyed his orders, attaching itself to the right arm he had presented.

Keeping his shield up and ready, he rolled back his shoulders not used to the atmosphere of battle. Actually, he was hoping this duel would reach a conclusion shortly. Despite wanting the duel to end quickly, he did not initiate an attack as it wasn't his forte. Whenever it came to initiating an attack, he would most indefinitely screw up. Defence and keeping distance was what he was really good at and he knew it.
Venice looked up at Giselle by now well aware that her element must be fire and started to drift in thought concerning that element.

Fire.. an element that is somewhat entrancing and magnetic as it has the ability to draw you in or pull you closer just as it is when sitting by a bonfire. While it can provide warmth, it can also provide burns and I believe there's a type of eucalyptus tree which actually relies on the very intense heat of fire to produce a forest fire that will bring forth new life and growth again..

With that in mind, he looked over at his female opponent whom he believed suited the element she was bestowed with not only because of the colour of her hair, but everything about her as an individual of personality and appearance gave off the vibe of fire. It was a wonder he didn't assume it as her element initially, but that was probably because he liked to keep an open mind regarding people not being the best judge of character overall. Especially, not with a girl he had just met a few minutes ago.

Come.

Was Venice's last thought as his green eyes shimmered, not wishing to be forced to attack and prefering to keep on defending till the end.

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Character Portrait: Mallory Ellis Banks Character Portrait: Kirie Askumoto Character Portrait: Amaya Sokeitsu Character Portrait: Kieran Flanagan Character Portrait: Connor Flannagan Character Portrait: Melody McKinley Character Portrait: Jaxon Rhys Character Portrait: Aberdeen Andrews Character Portrait: Cassandra Lillian Banks Character Portrait: Seagus "Griever" Deaves Character Portrait: Ms. Brumfield Character Portrait: Li Wen Character Portrait: Opal King Character Portrait: Venice R. Mikaelo Character Portrait: Jayson Goldsworthy
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It’s been a few(3) day since the field trip to the Human City. While there a monster arrives and begins to terrorize the city, decimating a quarter of it. In turn the visiting Magni took it into their own hands and tried to stop this monster. After a long battle the Magni finally defeated this monster now known as Maledict, however it came at a terrible price. The life of Connor Flanagan the brother of Kieran lost his life in fighting Maledict.

The students and teacher later realized that Maledict was in fact a young Magni who had fused with his demon and thus created the alternate persona; Maledict who thought only of protecting its Magni at first. Now after all that’s happened Ms. Brumfield was greeted by a room ransacked for what no one will really know. But it seems the new transfer student Li Wen had a hand in it as the Headmaster has sealed his abilities away for the time being and is now on probation along with Seagus their trial student who along with Li had his abilities sealed away. Their demons own abilities have been restricted so they will be unable to perform at their best.

Now that a few days has passed since then Ms. Brumfield has brought her students to the arena where they once had to fight one another, but instead of a duel the students are to participate in a game of capture the flag. The usual rules still apply and you have permission to use your abilities however you cannot use them once you reach the area around the flag which is a neutral zone.

The teams are as listed below:
Team A (May make a name of their own if they choose to do so)
-Kirie Askumoto
-Melody Mckinley
-Cassandra Banks
-Opal King
- Kieran Flanagan
Team B (May make a name of their own if they choose to do so)
-Jaxon Rhys
-Jayson Goldsworthy
-Mallory Banks
-Amaya Sokeitsu
-Venice Mikaelo

No one is allowed to sit out on this no matter the reason. The only ones however who will be unable to participate are Li Wen and Seagus Deaves due to being on probation, the only acception to this rule is if one of the teams is short on a player during the game. As well as Aberdeen Andrews who has been holed up in her room since the trip back from the city. No one has seen the young Magni very much not even the demons have seen Luciana very much either. Ms. Brumfield has left that alone under the impression Aberdeen is sick for the time being and will not delve into the girls business.

3 new students have been welcomed to Ms. Brumfields class which are Amaya Sokeitsu, a clumsy red head who is an acquaintance of Kirie, and the two sisters Cassandra and Mallory Banks, whose father is a teacher at the academy and is known for his inventions.

The setting starts off with both teams making plans on how to win Capture the Flag. However due to the circumstances of some of the Magni, namely Jaxon Rhys and Kieran Flanagan, whose abilities allow them a means of teleportation without any interference from the opposing team. They are given the handi-cap of not being able to use said ability if they are in possession of the flag.

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Character Portrait: [NPC] Bartender Character Portrait: Mallory Ellis Banks Character Portrait: Kirie Askumoto Character Portrait: Amaya Sokeitsu Character Portrait: Kieran Flanagan Character Portrait: Melody McKinley Character Portrait: Jaxon Rhys Character Portrait: Aberdeen Andrews Character Portrait: Cassandra Lillian Banks Character Portrait: Lila Mei Kyoto Character Portrait: Seagus "Griever" Deaves Character Portrait: Ms. Brumfield Character Portrait: Li Wen Character Portrait: Opal King Character Portrait: Venice R. Mikaelo Character Portrait: Jayson Goldsworthy Character Portrait: Victoria Winter
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Two days earlier…
Mallory got off the plane to find the airport in complete chaos. “Wow…what happened?” The National Guard was here, too…no doubt to help secure this place. But still, wasn’t this a bit much? Well, that’s what she thought at first, until she saw the footage of the city, entire buildings destroyed, the obituaries, and the mysterious events that caused it. They were claiming a hijacking did all the damage; apparently 3 hi jacked planes smashed into the city. Or, so the story goes. “Mallory?!” “Oh, Captain Rhodes!” “How’s my little snowflake?!” The captain, Randy Rhodes, had been a family friend of the Banks for years and years, every now and then watching Mallory, or Snowflake, as he called her, due to her hair and skin tone. Whenever her father went on a business trip, Rhodes was there to watch her since her mother had walked out. The two hugged and laughed when two soldiers ogled her. The captain looked at them sternly and they looked away rather quickly. “So, how’s your dad doing?” “He’s doing great! I heard he’s working on some new stuff!” “Heh, I owe that man my right leg, literally. If he hadn’t fixed me up, I’d be in a wheel chair or crutches. So where did you come back from?” “Germany. It was alittle cold but it was a wonderful trip.” “Ja?” Mallory laughed. “Ja!” “So, I take it you want to go to your dad’s house?” “Yeah, but this security is so thick. What happened?” “The city was attacked; a lot of stuff went down during the event. From what I know, they’re still looking through the wreckage. You…want to go to the school don’t you?” Unlike much of the military, Randy Rhodes knew all about the Magni. He had to; otherwise he would not be able to watch her when she was little. He also, after much consultation between Henry and the Headmaster, was entrusted with a key to the portal for emergencies only. The captain and Mallory gathered her luggage and loaded up a military jeep. Rhodes turned off the GPS before driving Mallory to the school.

An hour later…

“You know, I’m used to all this magic stuff, but godamn! It always freaks me out.” Mallory chuckled. “Your reaction is pretty understandable. In fact, it’s a great reaction. My mom…walked out on my dad and I when she found out. You, on the other hand, just get a little freaked out.” This was their conversation while unloading the jeep in the Academy. They carried the luggage to her room. “Now, I have a post to return to.” “At ease, Captain!” They saluted and smiled. Then they hugged one more time before Captain Rhodes exited the Academy. Mallory began unpacking when a rather large shadow appeared in her doorway. Then someone tackled her and both her and her attacker fell on the bed. The attacker grabbed a weapon and hit Mallory in the head with…a pillow? Mallory looked up to see the grinning face of none other than Cassa. Mallory pushed her off and grabbed a pillow and they both engaged in a pillow fight, laughing their asses off while hitting each other with bags of bird feathers. Finally, after about 20 minutes of being less mature than 5th graders, they hugged and laughed. “Welcome back!’ Cassa shouted, her strong embrace slightly crushing Mallory’s rib cage. “I missed you too, Cassa!” Mallory said in between breathes. Nass, who was on the ground, was looking up. “I missed you t-AGH!” Cassa gave Nass a well deserved kick. “Cassa, you have to tell me everything that’s happened since I’ve been gone!”

Down beneath the school…

Professor Henry Banks had always welcomed the unexpected. However, that doesn’t mean he always liked what he found. A young man, no doubt a Magni, was brought to him for medical examinations. What he found, or rather what he HADN’T had surprised him more than anything. This child, this young man…had no organs. And yet…he was alive? How? No doubt his powers have some role in it, but to possess no functional organs? It was beyond belief. “Hmm, I suppose that’s what happens when you don’t eat or drink for an entire year! And you said he was a fusion?” “Yes, Henry. For the 500th time, he was a fusion.” The Headmaster examined the X-rays and the MRI scans. “Why do you take such interest in that topic, Banks?” “Well, not only is this the first fusion Magni to be seen in centuries, but he’s ALIVE! Fusions usually die once the spell is deactivated. Either that or their powers burn out. What I’m seeing here, however, is neither. You said he still had powers to seal away, and from the looks of his body, I can see why the seals didn’t need to be that powerful. His powers…they’re being used as a life support system. In a way, he’s not alive at all.” “Yet, you can change this?” Banks looked at the headmaster with a look that screamed, ‘are you serious right now?’ The headmaster shrugged. “Very well, fix him up.” “Just so you know, sir. After I fix him up, you’re going to have to fix those seals. No doubt, his powers will be quite improved once I get his body repaired.” “Noted. Also, your daughter is back from Germany.” “…Really? That’s great! I’ll go see her as soon as I get this started!” The young man, now known as Seagus Deaves , was place on a circular platform. Its twin hung 15 feet above it. Henry pressed a button and both platforms roared to life as Seagus was lifted by an invisible force produced by the two discs. Once Seagus was upright, Banks slowly turned a dial until it was in full power. Seagus, unconscious, was now in the center of a bright column of light, a powerful beam of radiation and Banks’ magic, permeating his body and skin, slowly rebuilding his organs. With a satisfied nod, Professor Banks went to go see his daughters.

Present…

Mallory and Cassandra have geared up for capture the flag. Both Disturbix and Maelstrom present, they headed to the arena to meet up with their team mates. “Good luck, Cassa!” “You too, Mal. I won’t go easy on you.” “Good!”