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Medieval Fantasy Roleplay

Middle Depths of the Forest

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a part of Medieval Fantasy Roleplay, by spirit_is_shining.

Middle Depths of the Forest

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Here is beyond the edge, where the trees begin to become dense and there is more moisture. It is a bit more hard to see the sky, and it can become a dark place at night-time.This is the 2nd layer of the Forest.
This is where Ariella's lake may dwell...and other places...
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Middle Depths of the Forest

Middle Depths of the Forest

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Middle Depths of the Forest is a part of Medieval Fantasy Roleplay.

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Raigi Fanlith [0] Friendly and a bit naive he enjoys helping others and discovering his own strengths.
Linkin [0] Vampiric yet sweet she feeds mostly on animals, and can chose to be venomous

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The ash blonde head turned to observe the newcomer, but she couldn't see much in the darkness. Turned towards Sylph and the apostate, she pondered as they both talked. Feeling the guilt in the young elf's voice, she approached her and patted her head gently.

"I'm sorry," Severyn first voiced, "that wasn't considerate of me." Then she turned her head to Zahktuthal, staying close to the graceful lady of the woods. "This forest is indeed dangerous, no wonder why she's used to reacting like that. Most creatures that she can hear that distinctly are usually harmful." Her eyes smiled directly to the girl, hoping she would feel better.

Thinking about the man's previous words on women, she knew she definitively didn't want to bring out the details of such most probably sad stories out in the open right now. Trying to lighten the mood and cheer him up, she softly tapped his shoulder, adding: "Well, I've heard most women are trouble, but I've never been with one!" She laughed slightly. "I've never been in a relationship of the such - always traveling and all -, but I'm sure one of them will care for you someday," she uttered warmly. Talking about anything else but herself seemed to dispel her shyness. Looking away in the sky, she spoke in a dreamy, low voice. "You have to go your way. This is not the kind of thing you seek for... it's the kind of thing that finds you." Going out of her reverie, she quickly looked at him. "Especially when you're not looking for it."

She smiled, looking distant in her mind and heart. Severyn was a being of freedom, nevertheless, she was bound to some things that led her life, such as memories.

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Sylph was slightly taken aback. It was a bit odd that someone would pat her on the head at her age. Nonetheless, she was comforted at the touch. She turned around to the gentle lady and smiled lightly at her as a sign that she was fine. Sylph could feel the atmosphere dropping a bit of tension it was once burdened with.

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After recovering from the startling series of events. Including Sylph's arrow narrowly missing his head Orion looks around somewhat confused. After regaining his control on his sense of events he listens to Severyn's comment on women and chuckles to himself. He says to her, "that's right and just the way it should be. Amongst the men of my homeland a woman is considered perfect if she is as pale as the ice that blankets the land in winter, as distant and beautiful as the stary sky, and as deadly as a winter storm."

He walks over to Sylph after her conversation with Severyn and places his hand gently on her shoulder to gain her attention. He says to her, "Lady Sylph, I find myself in an unusual position. And I know this will sound odd, but bear with me. I would like to thank you for almost killing me. I know most people would be angry, but I am not. You see you have aloud me to remember a very precious memory. So, thank you for letting me see the woman I loved again in something other than my nightmares."

Looking over at the strange boy who has surrendered to the group he says, "She is right you know we won't hurt you. Although I can't promise we are all good people. And yes I know this sounds odd, but I don't know how you define the word good, and therefore cannot tell you we are good."

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Sylph turned around to face Orion and frowned slightly. "You must be a long way from home, then.." she muttered to herself. She was curious about what he meant by "again" and where exactly the mage came from. Deciding it was best not to pry any further than he would reveal, she tried to ignore her ever-growing confusions and instead.. smiled at him skewly. "I wasn't quite expecting that. But I suppose it's better than you yelling at me." she stated simply, actually grateful for the fact that he really wasn't shouting at her furiously for nearly poking (( ripping )) a hole through his head. Assuming the conversation was over, Sylph turned away from Orion and pulled her embroidered hood over her head, hiding her face away from the others. She was a solitary creature.

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#, as written by Iki
And it was fair to say that the lupine knew precisely how to hunt. The basic learnings of his childhood were vastly supplemented by years of specialized training, and suffice to say, it was simple enough for his heightened sense of sight to pick her graceful movements apart from the darkness. Suffice to say, nothing short of the magickal would escape his natural senses, and even the magickal had nowhere to hide from his psychic mind. From the collaborated magnitude of the unnatural forces that throbbed deep within the bowls of the woodland, down to to the simple echo of the most tender and calculated footsteps upon the soil, there was little that eluded such a greater awareness. Ultimately, that was what drew him here.

It seemed however, that the lupine wasn't wrong in assuming this woman was interested in his own calculated path. At the very least, he was impressed that she could even discern his original loft from the darkness. Ultimately, it was his own fault; having so courteously left a physical trail so as to taunt and intrigue the man he'd glimpsed early in the evening - but perhaps there was more to this Huntress' ability that he might not have gauged otherwise. Something more than what even a veteran trapper might wield. He prided himself in being a vastly apt hunter of man and beast alike, but he knew all to well that such skill and aptitude was not shared to him exclusively. There was always a bigger fish. Even if it might take an entire lifetime to find that fish, the fact remained that there always was. Even if he held no reason to believe that she was his equal or better, he always had to consider the possibility that she could at least deter him. No matter. If things played out the way he planned, they would all meet soon enough, and one way or another, there would come a common goal.

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*Edit: Somehow ended up with a double-post.

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The graceful elf appeared beside Severyn shortly after all chimeras were defeated. Taking a first look at her wound while the lady was mentioning it, it seemed nearly as bad as it felt. Deep holes were carved into the upper part of her left arm, her muscles ripped inside. "It is", she slowly replied to Sylph, observing her arm curiously as she tried getting used to the pain and look of it. She returned the elf's smile, hers being a little smirk, happy she was still alive and had actually been able to do something during the fight. Trying to bend her arm only resulted in her flinching as she let out a quiet whine while Orion neared the two women.

"Thank you", she uttered in a low voice as she held the flask and observed its content. Severyn looked up and smiled gratefully to the powerful mage. Hearing the rest of his words, she felt pleased that she could help, quickly glancing at the others and thinking they fought well together.

Five questions, huh... she pondered silently. Lifting her eyes up to look at him, she voiced in a serious manner that also meant to thank Orion: "I'll think about it." It was curious, did he possess so much knowledge? In exchange for his offer, she said: "You can ask me anything, but I can't promise to know the right answer." Her eyes shifted to Sylph in complicity, smiling sillily. Although she doubted that she had much to share about what she had lived and knew, Severyn had nothing to hide; And however turned into a slight joke about her not being as full of knowledge, she actually meant her words. It was her way of being both honest and transparent with them. She didn't want to cause any trouble, and she was happy to be in their company at the moment.

The wanderer found it funny that Nicholas also wanted to have the '5 questions privilege'. The hunter was certainly seeking for many answers, and he probably found the offer very valuable. Then the man directed his words to her, there was a caring sound in his speech. "Yes, I'm glad you're fine as well", she replied with a soft and pleasing voice.

Looking around, everyone seemed to be alright. It felt reassuring to know that she was the only one hurt, and it wasn't something that seemed too bad. It will heal with time, she tought as she stared at the injury, the blood slowly starting to clot. The opening in the forest was in pretty bad shape. Severyn grimaced, sorry to see that the bark from several trees was torn and young branches were lying on the ground, amongst the dead creatures. The usually peaceful woman enjoyed walking in the quiet forest, she greatly liked nature and the subtlety of its life. She thought humans ought to be respectful and do like the other creatures of the wilds when they were amongst them. But she couldn't blame herself for what happened there since it was merely self defense. The chimeras were the ones that tore the place apart, after all.

Listening to Zahktuthal's advice, Severyn quickly spotted an old trunk to sit on, still holding Orion's flask in her hand. The young woman carefully opened it and drank the thick crimson liquid to its last drop. She then put the empty flask in her bag, taking out a leather flask of water to rinse her wound softly. She tore the bottom of the off-white linen shirt that she wore under her brown leather top to obtain a strip of cloth. She rolled the bandage together and put it in her bag, then jumped back on her feet to gather up with everyone. When we'll be safe, I'll cover this, she thought as she put her right hand on the wound.

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Amongst the others that hid in the bushes, Severyn held her breath and peeked through the holes of the small trees as she witnessed a large creature that seemed to be made of cinder, rock and fire. When the large monster from the dark planes had left, she joined the others and listened to them. She was not sure what they should do, but as an individual, she chose not to stray too far from the group. If necessary, she would run to stay by their side. The elf on her mount and the mage changed into a raven were ready to lead them.

Adjusting her shoulder bag and making sure her long dagger fitted well in the side of her right boot, she kneeled down almost to the ground to prepare for a sprint. She was swift and could run pretty fast, but in the night she couldn't see as well so she hoped she'd be able to follow their pace.