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R'Nieth Volger

A reptilian beastman, snake to be specific. He associates with the underhanded, beacuse he is. But down let that fool you, although quiet, he can charm like beautiful snakes tend to do.

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a character in “Of Claw and Sword”, as played by EarthWanderer08

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The government of Gr'Lun.
The guild for assassins, thieves, and all other criminals who aren't in jail.

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His normal green cloak, has a hood attached, to conceal the scaly skin patterns on his face. He carries a large serrated blade as his main weapon on his back, along with a pair of dagger on his hips (others are listed).He has beautifully scally green, black, and yellow skin, except for his face. His face is mostly human, with streaks of scaly bits. Although is skin is beautiful in nature to his kind, his skills are considered the most underhanded, and the most vile non-noble of actions. A beastman of kind nature, he is very quiet, when talked to. But when in battle, he is ruthless and silent. A deadly assassin type. He will send you emotional signals and change his aura to communicate. For his kind, this is how they always communicate. With the flick of a tounge, the change in aura, the rattling of a tail, the spitting of vile acid, and the biting of deadly poison. More than anything, his bretheren communicated in another unique way, they could smell the change in atmosphere.


Full Name: R'Nieth Volger

Alias(s): Poisonous Reaper

Description: His normal green cloak, has a hood attached, to conceal the scaly skin patterns on his face. He carries a large serrated blade as his main weapon on his back, along with a pair of dagger on his hips (others are listed).He has beautifully scally green, black, and yellow skin, except for his face. His face is mostly human, with streaks of scaly bits. Although is skin is beautiful in nature to his kind, his skills are considered the most underhanded, and the most vile non-noble of actions. A beastman of kind nature, he is very quiet, when talked to. But when in battle, he is ruthless and silent. A deadly assassin type. He will send you emotional signals and change his aura to communicate. For his kind, this is how they always communicate. With the flick of a tounge, the change in aura, the rattling of a tail, the spitting of vile acid, and the biting of deadly poison. More than anything, his bretheren communicated in another unique way, they could smell the change in atmosphere.


Age: Between 60-80, Looks 25

Gender: Male

Race/Main: Reptiake (Rep-TEEK)

Race/Sub: Snake

Sexual Orientation: Straight

Birthplace: Unknown
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Date of Birth: Unknown

Marking|Tattoos|Piercings: Scaly green skin

Height: 6'5

Weight: 190 lbs

Physical Condition: Lean/Muscular

Current Residence: Gr'lun

Former Residence: Burned

Family/Relatives: To be listed

Friends/Comrades: Wolf

Enemies: The Wizard

Rivals: None

Organizations/Tribes/Clans: Volger Family-Clan

Former Affiliations:None

Disabilities: Scarred Back

Personality: He is kind for his kin and quite the lady charmer, but the problem is, he is ruthless in battle, and underhanded. Will do almost anything to win, and gain victory. Considered to be the most ruthless of his kinsman, he doesn't play. He has poor communication skills, when talking. His normative form of communications is to smell the change in emotion, hear what your saying, and then repond with the the rapid formulaic changing of his aura. He also will telepathically communicate, but realizes many get offended by this, so he keeps it to a minimun. Very likeable, but pushes away negative people. He seldome talks, instead uses sign language. If he is speaking with someone who does not know sign language, then he speaks. A true hunter, and artist/student of certain crafts, he loves to learn and seeks knowledge at every turn. Seldom taking the easy way out.

Likes: Red-Rimmed Troll Hide, Blue-Jackle-Rabbit, Kind People, and helpful temporary allies

Dislikes: Fish, Mountain Troll Meat, and spiders

Psychological Condition: Healthy

Morals: Do what needs doing to survive, and find his answers



Sword/Hidden Weapons

Tinfurs Atlas - A blade made from the teeth and scales of his kinsman, and father. The blade itself is serrated (see picture). The blade is coated in a mgic that allows him to cut through fire. It also emmits different poisons and venom when swung, or stabbed. Depending on what R'Nieth wants.

Tinfurs Atlas Poisons/Vemon

Paralysis Poison - Invisible in nature, has a sweet scent, vapor or mist format.
Blinding Venom (fast acting)- White in nature, had no oder or scent, liquid format.
Nervous System Atrophy Venom (slows your movements overtime, causes spasms) - Clear mist format, no oder or scent.
Deadly Venom (slow acting) - Clear liquid format, hazlenut oder/scent.
Deadly Venom (fast acting) - Green liquid Format, coacoa scent.

Daggers of Annihilation - Displayed on his hips. Straight daggers grren in color. Releases an acid that eats through steel, and flesh.

Hidden Daggers Of Petrification - Curved daggers black in color. Releases an Venom that wreaks havoc on your muscles, causing random
spasms and seizures.

Hidden Daggers of Malfune - Serrated straight blades, green and white in color. Daggers that can be thrown and will magically return to their
sheathes 15 seconds later. Get cut with these, you start to forget how to use magical abilities for 3 minutes, per cut.

Utility Belt - Carries smoke bombs, some laced with paralysis poison.
Carries flash bangs.
Carries grenades.
Carries cures to all his cures and poisons.
Carries rope, that can withstand 1000 pounds of pressure, water resistant.
Carries chocalate.
Carries poisons in a vile.

Regenrative Abilities

Healing - Heals at an accelrated rate, take around 145 seconds to heal minor cuts. Deep wpunds take 7 minutes,
Growth - Can grow back any blown off limb, in around 120 seconds. If it was CUT off, it takes 15 seconds.
Arcane Growth - Can grow back internal organs. He has to hibernate for a month after this.

Arcane Abilities

Hunting Mirror - Can produce a sphere like map of the immediate 10 mile radius, and track all animals within the vicinity. This works for tracking people, but he has to be within a 1 mile range of them, to combine their scent into the data input of the spell.

Detecting Camp - An orb like sheild that protects his camp, withing the range of a 200 sq ft. The sheild cant be seen from the outside, but can be seen from the inside as a strong, translucent but solid blue barrier surrounding th area. Everything that touches it, will be directed toward the other end (like a lateral jump through space), or directed away.

Hunting Stance - Allows better concentration and flow of chi and magic, for better execution of spells. This is a basic stance for hunters, when channeling magic. The stance is much similar to a prayer stance.

Armor/Protection

Worn Clothes - Can withstand temperatures equivalent to the sun or pluto's surface. Deflects most gunfire, except incendiary rounds and
penetrative rounds such as 50 cal.

Scally Skin - His skin can withstand temperatures as high as an exlposion, maybe 2000 degrees. Temperatures as low as the deepest ocean.

Abilities

Snake Speed - Strikes like a snake in a whip like fashion. Runs up to 30 miles an hour.
Telepathic - Rarely uses out of respect.
Smell Of Prey - Can smell a person up to a mile away.
Snake Eyes - Can see in dark.
Poison Resistance - Resistant to all deadly poisons and venoms, every other poison/venom works but lasts for a 5th if the time it's supposed to.
Noxous Scent - Can give off a scent in his sleep, that makes you incredibly dizzy, meant to keep others from apporoaching and killing him.

So begins...

R'Nieth Volger's Story

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R'Nieth Volger was carved into the fabric of his cloak, that had a hoddie attached to it. It served as conceilment to his face, known to most as his most defining feature. He wore a mighty armour that matched his green hoodie, the amrour was made from a the most rare of materials. He would wear that armour till he died, along with his sword, Tinfurs Atlas. Volger was carved into the hilt of his blade, Tinfurs Atlas, along with the family emblem. A large snake strangeling a mighty troll, the troll carved in shadow sillouette format, with snake in green and black detail covering the troll. This same symbol was carved into the center pice of his wrap-around shoulder gaurd that also served as his sheath for his sword. Atlas was, and has been ever since my father died in war, the only companion I have had. I very much wish to meet the person who could oppose Atlas, and not end up dead or severly injured. I never, even inthe stories my bretheren have told me, have heard of Atlas being wielded by previous owners whom died in battle whilst wielding him. Atlas is my only companion. Atlas and the mutiple pairs of daggers I own, and wield.

R'Nieth checked all his equipment, ready to leave from the cave he was held up in. He set up camp there for the night. Although he always walked alone, he had his bretheren to keep him company. He tends to sense them coming from a mile off, headin in his direction as he lets off his wave of aura communications singals, that telll them where he is. So that he could aquire all the latest on what is happening. From what is nearby, that might endanger his life, to the nearby prey he could hunt and feed off of. Even nearby caves to hold up in. That is how he found the current one he was about to leave. He packed up his supplies, and sleeping bag. He was a decent campfire cook, but he was really curious to try the human way. There was nothin like having Timham Soup with a side of Red-Horn Troll Steak. But he could just as well make that over a fire, it was just exponentially more difficult. He stamped out the remains, making sure to toss any of the remains of food, underneath the pile of ash and timber.

R'Nieth was now prepared, after another 20 minutes of talking to his nearby snake friend (a black and red cobra), to head out on his journey across the beastland Gr'lun. There was a nearby pack Feral Jackel nearby that wanted to take on. Not to many of his kind could take on one of these creatures, due to their deadly poisioneos teeth and claws. Although R'Nieth himself was immune to such poisons (any deadly kind), he knew that they also possessed a paralysis poison for playing with their prey. Which he was not immune to, he could be parylized, and that split second could the end of him. So, he would take them on, to train himself more. He would do this in a steathy surprised attack and them slaughter the rest. Making sure to harvest thier meat, claws and teeth. HE would extract some of their poison for later use.

R'Nieth stealthily headed in the direction of the Feral Jackels ready to pounce, and slaughter. Bidding the cobra adieu before he left.

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After the run in with the Feral Jackel, if you could call it run in, R'Nieth set about heading toward a large body of energy that he could sense from afar. He really didn't want to wander aimlessly, but he felt a strong urge to head in that direction. He hoped he would wander into a Master of Magics, so he could aquire to learn some more usful things. He could hunt, sneak, and stealth attack. But he wanted to build on the foundation he started. If there were ever a fight that started out of knowhere, he didn't want to run anymore. He wanted hone his sword skills, which is what he was doing with the Jackels. But really, it was all to become strongr, at basic skills, become better with transportation, surprise, and all manner of defense. If there were a way to make himself stronger, he would do it. For his people's survival, and reputation. But also for his own, escpecially for his own. He would not sit aroun be surprised, he would find a home, settle down, build a kingdom, reproduce. He would do all that and more. But not until he toook small steps first. Like learning a transportation spell, or foot technique, or something. It would help him greatly.

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R'Nieth decided that he was not going to waste time wandering through the plains without at least running into a worthy oponent, so began to reach out using his senses and reptilian friends. When he was sure that there was another safe place to do so anyways. He went out of his way to find a cave the prvious night, and did a meditative sitting, reaching out with his senses, detecting a strong magical source north of where he was meditating. He also sensed someone heading in that direction, he had a weird aura about him. So he started to head off in that direction in the night, since he could see in the dark, to try and scout out whom the being might be. He got within a mile of the being, and trailed him from behind for a couple of days. He was warned the previous night that the being was dangerous, but R'Nieth was traveling on a path dedicated towards stregnth. So the next day, which was today, he was following the being, keeping about a quarter mile away from him, to keep from detection. He was headin in a direction that was leading toward a magical source, very vast and fluctuating. R'Nieth had little idea what was in store for him.

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After following the unknown wolf for a couple of days. R'Nieth didn't see where he was headed. In fact, it seemed like he was just being lead in a giant cirlce. Maybe the wolf was on to him? Which normally isn't possible, but R'Nieth isn't exactly the inventor of stealth, although he was an elite stealth artist, he knew no one else to really compare himself to.. He cared little of status, so anyone calling him names, or labeling him based on skill would end up dead or being ignored. He was beginning to wonder of the wolf's abilities, however. If he could detect R'Nieth from half a mile off, then it is safe to say that the cirlce he was being lead in, might be for him to have a chance to reveal himself.It would seem, that the wolf, when he began to hunt, would hunt in a sophisticated manner. Luring him to believe that he is headed in the same direction once finished. But R'Nieth knew better, he knew the wolf would just be headin a slightly different direction, which would lead in a giant circular manner. Or at least that was R'Nieth's theory and interpretation of the wolf's movements. R'Nieth might have been given the ok to approach the wolf if that was the case. R'Nieth was a little confused by such a preposterous thought, but maybe it was worth trying, that way he would be informed on the real direction he was headed. R'Nieth has beed hunting his food along the way this whole time, but like many reptiles, R'Nieth need only eat small amounts periodically. He could do that, or one big meal for 3 - 4 weeks worth of food. Unlike his bretheren, R'Nieth need only eat so often to survive, however, he liked to eat frequently, similar to the frequency of when the wolf hunts. It used alot of energy to stave off hunger for one big catch. R'Nieth noticed that he was getting closer to the wolf each day, which wasn't his intention, but he decided to go for broke, and would meet the wolf the next day. When morning came next, he would engage the wolf in conversation.

R'Nieth set up camp, and thought about all the things he had learned from his travels on this plain. It definitly made him stronger, and his swordplay was superb now. Not on bar with speed based swordsmen, but he could damnwell cut through almost anything using technique alone, without spells. Just a well honed sword. R'Nieth was proud of his new strength, enhanced senses, enhanced speed. Everything, in this plain, has been a challenge, and has been making him adapt and become stronger. Mostly because he believed in himself and faced them head on. But he would still need to grow. He would perfect his strength, and his sword skills, then maybe move on to the dark arts. He had an affinity for it, but he would not really get into it until he had sufficient strength of body and mind. R'Nieth looked at the stars as he contemplated his master. Someone he was looking for, a master that would teach him swordplay mastery, and dark arts. Might end up being two different people. Who knows? R'Nieth was a lone warrior, looking to perfect his attributes. Like all warriors, he would need to find someone to teach him, and show him the flaws for improvement. R'Nieth went to sleep after thinking about his future master. Thinking that it would be a pure joy to just meet someone to teach him, scold him, break him, and build him. 'One day soon' he thought, falling asleep.

When morning next came, R'Nieth would pack up, and head in the direction of the wolf, hoping to catch him early before he left his spot.

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R'Nieth, after leaving early to catch the wolf that he was following, hoping to get a good look up close, and a friendly conversation. The one thing that R'Nieth wasn't very sure of, was his social skills. He was a little too direct and to the point for many snake assocciates. The problem was, they could not disobey or disrespect him. For the snakes respected power, and realize intinctively that he is a superior being. At least, in the reptialian world. There were others like him. Some not so good looking, with wrong proportions. Medusa is a prime example of that. But no one would speak of her distant cousins. At least genetically speaking. Although she is decended from a different time, and with godly blood. R'Nieth possesses some of that blood, but no where near enough for him to be able to be considereda demi-god or anything like that. He was simply part reptile, snake in particular.That is what he liked to say, because the genetic pool is confusing, origin wise. The snake was the most prominent, and obvious, so he just ment with that. R'Nieth reflected on his heritage a bit more as he got closer to the camp the wolf was surely at. He knew for sure that his direct lineage, all the way to his great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather, was a very well respected family. His family was very well accepted in the community, even if they were part reptilian. They were never shunned, but weren't treated excellent either. They had to earn their respect and wealth. Which they did eventually. But they were caring, and helpful, so they were accepted well enough.

Stemming all the way back to venetian times, he was a decended from humble beginnings. Back then, some 6 great grandfathers ago, his family was an eccentric family that was well respected for their sculpting, and mining. Which was weird, usually sculpters back then didn't mmine their own material. But that is what made his family so great, they sculpted and mined thier own material. The sculpt were so life like, that the spectators and merchants never could figure out how the sculpt were done. The first to make a sculpt for the royal family was his 5th great grandmother. Reiya Volger. She was better than her mentor, her father. She married into the family, and learned our craft so well, that she created a brand new technique to sculpt simple curves, and edges. She made sculpts for all the royal families on commission. Usually sculpts would take a few months to finish for normal sculpter, even a year or so depending on the craftsman's skill. But Reiya, no matter the sculpt, would always finish in 63 days. Two months, exactly and always. If it ever was a day over, it was because she had the materials specially mined, or imported. But she was amazing. Creating peices out of materials that never even was thought to be able to be used as an additive or accent. She eventually took to usuing materials like, silver, gold, jade, for outlining and details; but silk to dress the sculpts if requested. She was amazing.

Another part of our humble past, which is when the martial arts, hunting, and strength of his lineage comes from. The presence of the wife's skill, and money she was bringing in, eventually lead to making swords for certain empires as blacksmiths by the husband's hands.. But that didn't start until my 5th great grandfather took toward it after seeing the skill his wife weilded. His father was a sculpter, but he did not want nor had need of such things, or so he thought. So he took toward honing another skill. Crafting swords, and weaponry was what he fascinated with, so he took that up. He even took up practicing the sword to better hone and appreciate his art. Arlaniard Volger was the most unstable workaholic in the family to date. Which was a simple matter for him, becasue of his wife. Everyone wanted to support them, so they would always have them at their disposal. He was a bit insane, because he would lose many hours of sleep learning from the royal guard of nearby kingdoms, while also practicing on his own time. He would even go mining for strengthing his muscles, and then take the materials back home with overecumbering himself. So he continued to practice, and eventually had children, whom took up the mantle, and skill. As well as the training in swordmanship, mining, crafting, hunting, and charisma. They would learn all this, and take the business to new heights. A story to reflect on, for another time, R'Nieth thought.

He came upon the camp, and saw that he just missed the wolf. The trail that was left behind, was obvious enough. R'Nieth saw a pile of tender, and wood burned fully out. With some remains of recent eatings. He bent down to sniff and examine the remains. 'Warmonger Bullhorns' he thought...Very elusive and dangerous boar like animals. If the wolf could catch such a thing, he was very good indeed. He also noticed that it wasn' a full meal of the food either, so the wolf knew how to preserve, as well. A clever companion he would be indeed. The trail was made from the leftover bones of the beast. Which was clever, because he knew I was coming, and wanted me only to follow. R'Nieth got up from his croutch, he looked in the direction that the trail led. He could actually see the wolf from afar. R'Nieth would make an effort to catch up with him today. Sprinting to get to the wolf, so that he could catch him and ask some questions.

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Wolf, finally having found the disturbance, stood almost motionless with only his ears moving at an extremely fast rate. As he heard R'Nieth coming down the trail he had left, Wolf summoned a shadow barrier to prevent the lizard, that he did not know yet, from getting in the danger Wolf now stood in. There was a large stone looking beast that seemed to move only slightly, but was letting out a constant hum that normally kept life away from it. This giant being was sleeping by the looks of it, and Wolf took no chance of waking the moving pile of stone.

As R'Nieth got close to the barrier, it began to move, ripping stone out of the ground and standing at total around 50 yards tall. Now the humming had stopped. This moving stone pile looked at Wolf and R'Nieth, who was still behind the barrier, with what looked to be a head arranged from the stone. Its fist then came raging up from the ground, destroying anything it touched. Wolf then spoke "What and who are you?" to which the monster responded "Great Golem Gutieritium, most powerful being from the Ice Ways." Wolf after a second of thought, lowered the barrier that blocked R'Nieth and and asked Gutieritium "Why are you here Great Golem?" After some thought from the stony being it replied "To do the thousand year check on the squishy ones." Then, without a moments notice, Gutieritium was gone with some snowflakes dropping from where it stood.

Wolf now turned to R'Nieth "So, you are the one who has been following me. You are quite good, I never heard a sound from you. Now your scent, though not much, I could smell from a good distance." after a small pause Wolf continued "I am Wolf of the Grand Forest Fun'Nor. Who are you?" Wolf said with a distinct look of curiosity.

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"I am R'Nieth Volger of the Volger family, I don't really hail from anywhere, but my family is extensive and quite famous blacksmiths. I am their decendent, and most capable fighter, and hunter. The one thing that you should know about me, is that I am friendly unless betrayed. But I don't exactly know how to be friend. I never had one, except the snakes. So, nice to meet you, but what was that thing?" R'Nieth looked at the place where something was just a moment ago. Thier was a huge crater there. R'Nieth is just as likely to get into a fight he doesn't need to, but that was just it. He was stealth. He was training to be a more open based fighter, one that is out in the open. One day, he will be a grand battle/mage who specializes in stealth. A bit different he knew, but he was very well going to do it.

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"As it goes, although I have a affinity for magic, I don't have much practice of it. I have an extensive theoretical, and metodical encyclopedia of knowledge on it...but I'm a stealthy swordsman at most. However, I am to learn magic once I find a proper master. Another reason I am traveling these roads. To find him, hopefully I find one in this kingdom, or I will travel to the next to find him." R'Nieth indeed did not know much about magic. He wanted to learn more, but that would take time. R'Nieth examined the crater, seeing a blue residual plasma inside it. He blinked his eyes, to see into th ultraviolet spectrum. He had the ability to see into any spectrum, low, high, infrared, ultraviolet, even ma'at. The dimension that parellels this world, but only those with an affinity for egyptian magic can see. "I reckon this residual energy, or plasma, must be from the transfer. I bet his contitution is comprimised everytime he does that. Maybe that is why he was humming energy like that, to build up enough of it to make the transfer. He is obviously using an advance delayed teleport technique, but I doubt he can do that without leaving some of his atoms behind. Which is what that must be." R'Nieth pointed at the blue plasma.

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A fine observation indeed. This guy, would make a great sompanion, he could learn from thier partnership indeed. "You thinik maybe that creature is of a mythical kind? Maybe some kind of creation made out of neccessity for one reason or another? Like how there is a protector of the nile river? Borne from nothing but the will of river, and hope of the people. The neccessity to protect the people from bile, and contaminents, flooding and such. You think that is what he is? A protector of some land?" R'Nieth sasked.

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Very interesting, R'Nieth had not heard of such a species. Indeed this would be a powerful being. "Why would such a being, having lived in seclusion for so long, and as a way of life. Come all the way out here?" R'Nieth inquired, it didn't add up, unless the golem was really checking up periodically. But if that were the case..."What do you suppose it checks every thousand years?" So many questions, and theoretical possibilities. R'Nieth would research more into this phenomenom when he had the chance, maybe his future master will have some knowledge of this. R'Nieth took a seat in the crater, and started to meditate on an answer. Waiting for the wolf to reply.

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"Why? If you were secluded and knew that there was life out in the distance, wouldn't you at least try to check on it? As to why they only do it every thousand years, you would have to look into how fast their time goes." Wolf answered, thinking out loud. "However I am not surprised that you have never heard of them. But it does mean one thing, you have never met Antorunir Geny'p. The beasts entire life is devoted to beasts that no one ever hears about." Now Wolf seems to closely examine R'Nieth with his eyes for the first time. "You said that you wanted to learn something of magic. I am no master, but I have a lot that I can teach and I guarantee that you will learn the practical parts of magic, if you care to travel with this young beast to go and study the humans." Wolf said before falling backwards and finally reaching deep sleep.

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R'Nieth looked on with intrigue, listening to what the young wolf had to say. He was really interested in all the information being given. He though of what the wolf said about the migration proccess for anylizing the people of this world. I honestly don't know what he would trael this far for. If he wanted to anylize, thier are many of spells for that. R'Nieth was beginning to think that there was more to the equation than just the anylitical purpose, for the golem. The golem was propably checking more than just the magical residue of the earth the humans polute, but also maybe the magical reserves of the earth. It would not surprise R'Nieth in one bit if that golem was perhaps helping the eart regenerate its reserves, or maybe even cleanse it. Now that is a thory....

Before R'Nieth could voice his theories, or even answer the wolfs inqueries, the wolf fell aslepp. R'Nieth smiled, sensing the wolf go into slumber, although R'Nieth was still meditating, sensing any irregularities in the environments, and the plasma goo. But now, he got up, and made a camp, so that the wolf would not be in danger of any kind. R'Nieth set up a tent, and a protective perimeter, consiting of marked territory, by way of scent, and magic. R'Nieht knew only the kind of magic to keep him alive, which is hunter casts, and barrier casts...neither of which were extremly powerful. They were actually the kind of casts that he was ok at. Not great, but just 'ok', mostly because they were light arcane magic...his weakest affinity. Regardless, R'Nieth scoured the perimeter, making sure to call upon his reptilian froends to help with intell on danger. As well as any potential hunts/game for him to catch if need be. He had reserves, but he wanted to save it. R'Nieth made a fire, and settled for camp, making sure to keep watch throught the entire night. R'Nieth didnt sleep, and made sure to make Wolf as comfortable as possible for the entire time he was sleep.

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Wolf woke from his sudden and deep sleep to notice the tent around him. In his daze he slowly sniffed to ensure that he was in no form of danger, after which he walked slowly out from the tent to see R'Nieth sitting on the log where Wolf had fallen asleep on. "I can see that you wished no harm come to me R'Nieth." Wolf then began to look around at the barriers "Well, for most this is impressive casting, but for magi, this could use some work. How do you stand when you cast?" Wolf asked with a look of curiosity and the stance of a trainer.

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"I did NOT wish ANY harm upon you. I am indeed one who is looking for comrades. A comrade would not have left you to fend for yourself." R'Nieth got up from the log, and walked over to where Wolf was standing. As if he was going to spar, or show him something proper. Much like R'Nieth's father used to do. Hopefully nowhere near as rough as his father once did. R'Nieth took a stance, legs slightly seperated, but parrallel to each other, he put his hands into a conjuring position, where his hands where inchese apart in a semi-circle (something he was told to do since he was an amature, something about it being the simplest way to gather ki and magi). He began to summon some magi into the area, per his regular training regime, a ball of swirling blue/green tendrils began to form inbetween his hands. "This is my normal way of conjuring and summoning, I know there are several different methods to do what I am doing right now, even though it is so simple and basic. The one who taught me was a traveling mage, who told me I had potential, and taught me this and all of the barrier spells I know. It is the most basics of basics, yet I have not mastered it in the month that I have learned it." R'Nieth threw the tendrils at the barrier, to stregnthen them.

Then he took up his second basic stance. He put one foot 6 inches back, and raised his left hand in a waving manner, he swirled his right hand in a mimicing motion, but in the opposite direction. Creating a circle of energy upon three rotations. The circle created a clear mirror of the land around them from a birdseye point of view, it showed up to 5 miles of their immediate location. The picture was crystal clear, and adjustable, it left no residual magic nor where thier any sloppy magi seething from it, it was undetectable to the average mage. Anyone adept enough could tell the amount of magi being put into it, an excessive amount, showing he didn't use an altering algorythms or adjustment spells to keep effeciency. Anyone adept enough could tell how much of an ametuer he was. But would know he was very good for what he accomplished in the time he learned the techniques. "This is my Range Mirror, a hunting skill I learned to help me survive. It's an advance technique, along with the barriers I know, but they are both still sloppy. If I was not using dark fire magic to conjure these, they would fail everytime. It's only because of the nature of the technique that I am able to use it. Apparently I have an affinity for dark fire magic. But the castes themselves can be used with light-fire or dark-fire, even though they are light arcane in nature. I still don't understand it, that is what the wizard explained to me. I have kittle knowledge of hybrid magic. Which is apparently what this is, and what I have an affinity for. Hence why I am looking for a master, an companions who might assisst in my learning and understanding."

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"Let me teach you a bit harder of a stance. This one focuses on casting through focus, reducing magium use and, for those who are good at focusing, difficulty of casts. Now you stand with your feet together and your hands about a foot apart just above the belly button." Wolf takes the stance, breaths deep, and then just outside of R'Nieth's barriers appear barriers that seem quite a bit stronger, and then Wolf breaths out, getting out of his stance. "You see, for hunters like you and me, this stance is perfect. It hardly draws on our magium and allows us to cast with much greater ease, but for those who don't have that excessive level of focus or who are in combat this stance is useless. Now take the stance, breath in, and focus on the spell you wish to cast. We will see then just how much of an affect your stance has."

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R'Nieth took the stance, and breathed in deeply, focusing on the task he wished to get done, which at the moment seemed to be just strengthen his own barrier with pouring an excessive amount of magium into it. He concentrated, and concentrated, until several moments later, his barrier turned a darker more solid blue. The barrier would be stronger, and more solid, as well as harder to detect. R'Nieth let go of the stance, looking a bit nauseous. as nauseous as a snake can look anyway. "This is harder to do, maybe because I focus on magic more than...well, focus. It may take me time to master that, I feel more easy of cast though, it is just the focusing part. It takes more concentration on a different source of energy, or does it? Am I still drawing on the dark-fires?"

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"No, no, no. You need to focus on the spell, not on the cast, and not the energy source. You are obviously thinking too much on the what has to be done and not enough on the actual spell. You must focus on the output, not on the input or the process, that is if you are only doing one cast at a time." Wolf said with a teacher's tone. "Now let us try again after you feel recovered. Use your abilities of a hunter, and focus on the output of the spell."

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Abilities as a hunter? R'Nieth sat for a second, concentrationing on a quick rejuvination. He really thought he had it, but maybe that was not the point? Maybe it was a thing of completion, rather than the task. R'Nieth was always taught the journey is worth more than the destination, but maybe this is a case where the completion of task determines the quality of the journey. That made sense. R'Nieth decided to go about trying again after poundering upon this. The got up, and assumed the stance again. He focused on the output, like the walf said, concentrating on what he wanted to happen, rather than the method of doing it. After visualizing a strong vibrating barrier that would keep all predators out, several things happened. The first being, R'Nieth felt a small surge come from his body, but seeing how as he had his eyes closed, he knew not what it looked like. The second thing, he could feel a formula in his mind and soul complete itself, as if whatever method that was used to cast, completed itself without thought or provacation. The third, was a vibrating feeling imminating around him. He could feel the barrier erect itself, with a strong vibrating aura. Anyone looking at it from the inside would see a gree/blue aura pulsating as a barrier. The outside would see nothing. The fourth thing was R'Nieth coming to realized he could sense the barrier in its completion, along with the barrier that was erected by the wolf. It was not a strong feeling, just an awareness of it's presence. The last thing, was an overwhelming feeling of exhaustion. Not because of the cast, but because of all of the feeling's and realizations happening at once. R'Nieth fell forward from his stance, after the completion of the cast. Hopefully, the wolf would catch him.

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Wolf grabbed at the back of R'Nieth's cloak and caught him from his fall. "You are the third person who I have seen that perfected that stance on the second try. The first was me, seeing as that was when I was first being taught magic after hunting for some years, and the second was an older hunter who needed help to hunt due to his age. But now you see how your background as a hunter helps with the stance." Wolf paused again, making sure that R'Nieth was standing on his own. "Now you have learned the first practical thing that I can teach you. Do you wish to know exactly how the stance works?" Wolf asked with that sound of someone who likes to show others new things.

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"Y..yes." R'Nieth had to catch his balance, because the world was spinning around him slightly. The feelinf of it all, the awareness, overwhelmed him greatly. It was all too much to take in. HE gathered himself slowly, breathing in deaply and making sure to not fall once he was not being held from slaming into the ground. "Thank you for catching me." R'Nieth was not one for embaressment, so although he isn't one for pride, he gave respect where it was due. But don't let him be caught in an awkward situation, or just a situation he should not be in, it would not matter to him.

"I would like you to show me, please." R'Nieth took a step back, and a deep breath and. Catching his strength, so that he was prepared for anything. HE was not used to passing out, even if was for only a few seconds. That is considered more of a black out right? He was not used to blacking out.

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"You are welcome for the catching." Wolf gets his legs into the correct position for the stance. "Having your legs like this allows you to absorb magium from the ground, and if you have not noticed we are near a conduit line which presents a large amount of magium for absorption." Then he puts his arms into position. "Having your arms like this allows the absorbed magium to for, where your thoughts of the output will form its shape. The reason that the hands are kept right above the belly button is because the belly button was once a place where everything went in and when you are born it becomes a place where things are easily channeled through. Then the rest is either focusing or helping with the focusing, this is what causes the magium to form into the cast. That is why this stance is so useful and unique, as it allows someone with almost no skill in magic to cast with ease, so long as they can focus on the result. While most other stances force you to think of the flow of magium or of other parts of the casts forming, this stance makes you focus on just the outcome. But your first try at the stance did show a good basis for a caster." Wolf explained.

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"I see. That explains the second cast result." R'Nieth decided it would be best if he could somehow learn all he could from this wolf. It would present much of a good basis for the magics of casting. Although he is not the master R'Nieth is looking for, R'Nieth will not pass him up as a companion. "Would you mind if I travel with you for a while? You are knowledgeable, and skilled. So I don't have to worry about you dying around me. I also dont have to worry about any unforseen backstabbing either. My guess is, I can learn the basic from you." R'Nieth was not trying to be forceful, only direct. As is his nature, but he would provide reason for thier companionship. No sane person would not plead a case for something they wanted, unless they just werent the types to do so. In which cse that ie completely understandable.

R'Nieth decided to sit down for a bit, he was slightly overwhelmed at the informational overload from earlier. It was night, so it would be ok for him to sleep. Although usually he would be up and about, and only sleep 4 hours. As is his nature, for being part snake anyway. Wolf had slept clear through the day eariler, so they had a few hours to rest and do some talking after R'Nieth took a nap. "Do you mind if I power nap for a few hours?" R'Nieth didn't exactly wait for answer, he pulled his hoodie on closer to cover his face, so that there were only shadows showing. He then sat back against the log and dozed.

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Wolf, knowing by the look of R'Nieth, knew that there was no way to wake him up now. So he decided that a note would be the best way to do this. "Yes, it is always good to have someone who is loyal and able to hold their own when exploring new areas. Do to the off sleep schedule we had today, we should be leaving around noon. We will be following the Duricion Conduit Line, and then branching off along the human roads close to the Ut'Res Conduit Line so that we don't get lost. We will wait about a month before entering human cities so that we can learn enough about them to not offend them or break any of there laws." Wolf then left the note by R'Nieth's head before going back into his tent to sleep. Fortunately for him, being part wolf meant Wolf never had to worry about not being able to sleep.

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R'Nieth dreamt that night, he dreamed of the time he spent with his father hunting. Happier, simpler times. Before the deaths. Before the tragedies, all of which he wanted to forget, but could never allow himself to. For he felt responsible. R'Nieth had grown weary on his travels, being alone took a toll on his mental state. He only ran into the occasional hunter, and wandering wizard. Outside of that, it was just his reptilian buddies, roaming the lands, that he communicated with. His dream started simple enough, that is, with his father, hunting and learning. He was young then, and totally aware of the dangers of the world, but not quite all of them.

R'Nieth was croached in the bushes behind shrub, and low branches. There was leaves and other things to conceal he and his father's presense from roaming wild life. By this point, R'Nieth had master the art of hiding. But as always, with his fathers standards and accelerated learning courses, R'Nieth always had more to learn. Arlaniard Volger was a very strict teacher, he didn't tolerate rookie mistakes. Often times, there were harsh punishments to not doing something correctly. So if you were to learn from him, you would have to learn to pay close attention. Focus was a definite ey to working alongside him. Wether it be in smithing, hunting, crafting, or even cooking. You had to learn to keep up with him, or pay consequences. R'Nieth's father was a very disciplined and skilled hunter, who learned from his father. Arlaniard was telling R'Nieth how being stealthy didn't always mean not being seen or heard, because sometimes, that is what is going to drive someone into forgetting about other more clever traps. Something about subterfuge, R'Nieth didn't quiet understand this advanced tactic. But he would learn soon.

"R'Nieth my ssson. Understand, that you will be caught in sssituations, where you have to sssscavange for food, and there will only be prey availible, that have the wits to sssurvive. Outsmarting them, requires clever thinking. Take this lumbering jackel-rabbit here." Arlaniard pointed to a figure 100 meters away. R'Nieth could barely make out the outline of the beast as he was approaching from afar. Arlaniard could see up to distances as far as a mile away. But it was straining work, and at his age, its really more like 3/4ths of a mile. R'Nieth was working on such feats. "This is a creature I am going to teach you how to hunt today. These are creatures that know their way around foreign, and familiar territory, due to thier enhanced sssense of smell and thermo-vision. They can see patterns of foots prints that have been stepped on from as old as a week. Which is unheard of really, my ssson. Honestly I don't know how they do it, must be sssome crossbreeding thing...heh...getting back to subject, these creature can see a ssshort distance of 100 meters, about as far as we are. But the difference here, is that they have a few weaknesses. They can't run ina zig zag pattern, due to their immense forward running speed, when in jackel form. Right now, it's in rabbit form, we will take it in this form, but it will be difficult. You want to get it in it's more vicious state. It's not to cautious or fleeing, and it wont try to outsmart you, just escape or lure you into an open area once it's pissed enough to transform." R'Nieth looked upen the jackel-rabbit as it came withen a reasonable 50 meters, at this distance, R'Neith could make out the look of the prey. It was small, about a foot tall, and 2 feet long. It was chubby, and looked to have elongated claws, for digging, and long hindlegs. The color of it was odd, it was white in the body, but the long ears and legs/feet were black and red respectively. It had green eyes, and what seemed to be a very cautious and timid look to it. R'Nieth couldn't quite grasp the danger of such a small looking creature, but knew from his experience with tranformative beast, that this was probably a ruse for it to draw prey to him. R'Nieth would not fall for it. "Understand, my ssson. This is a beast you want to take head on when by himself, and from the sssshadows when in a pack. Right now, I will teach you the ssshadow way of taking him down." Arlaniard backed up a bit, and jumped to a low branch, then proceeded to run up the tree, over to the next with amazing speed. The trees were bunched together, being a forest and all. R'Nieth followed his father and teacher, finding it not so difficult, for they have done this before. His father stopped in a tree, that was overlooking the jackel-rabbit from about 10 meters away, but they were a ways up, about 2 stories.

"R'Nieth, I am going to provoke it, and make it want to run, it'll run into one of the traps we have sssset up nearby. Understand this is ssssomething you need to learn, how to trick your prey, or enemies into believing that they have either the advantage, or that they have a chance of essscape. You will learn to ssshow them otherwise." Arlaniard stated. After he finished stating the lesson plan, he hopped down from the tree, and began the demostration. R'Nieth new there were 15 traps, in the surrounding area of a mile, that were set up before hand. R'Nieth did a mental sweep of the area, making sure to follow the movements of the now surprised jackel-rabbit. The transformation did not start immidiately like R'Nieth thought it would, in fact, the rabbit simply bolted in the opposite direction. Being surprised by a 6'8 man with nothing on but a damn loincloth, with green skin and a murderous gleam in his eyes, would leave R'Neith surprised as well. Arlaniard ran after the rabbit with surprising speed and agility, dodging branches, and completely hopping over 4 foot high fallen trees. R'Neith followed in the trees above, making sure to keep track of them both. Arlaniard got ahead on the left side of the rabbit, and threw a dagger at the rabbits feet, missing on prupose, to coax it into the western traps. "Yea, come on you meaty prey, lunch will be ssserved with you in a sssstew!" My father yelled, having far too much fun, and leaving R'Nieth thinking 'What part of this is fricking stealth? I may be 12, but I know screaming about food while hunting is not the way to go.'

The rabbit apeared to be at a lost, as he was having daggers being thrown at him, left and right, as if he was being purposefully hearded. Eventually, it got frustrated, and came into a landing. After which, it turned around, and stood its ground. He looked very peeved, and was going to transform. It's face started to elongate, and it started to loose some of its fur, the fur retracted into the body, leaving small rough hair. The color began to turn from white, to a blackish color, the red from the ears and feet began to blend into streaks along the body. Arlaniard came into the landing right before it finished, R'Nieth on his tail from above. Arlaniard yelled out to R'Nieth for him to throw the daggers that would trigger the trap. R'Nieth threw the daggers, four of them at the jackel-rabbit, impaling it 2 of its feet, as he was instructed to do with all his prey if they were transforming. R'Nieth had missed the other two, or rather, the jackel seemd to have dodged them, he was sure to get scolded about that later. The jackel rabbit stopped mid tranrformation, looking confused and very angry. It didn't seem to register the pain right away. R'Nieth spotted the wires from his spot and threw two more daggers, severing the wires that would make everything fall into motion. Arrows came flying out of the tree branches, in a predesignated fashion, showering the clearing to kill anything as big as a troll. But they were flying in a shion that would aim for the knees, and eyes of the trolls. If the troll was not in a specific area, the arrows would keep flying, and sever another wire that would trigger more arrows. It was a clever trap, that only needed one trigger. It would self trigger after that. The jackel-rabbit looked confused and tried to dodge the first few arrows, as it saw them coming, but got impaled, due to its feet being inpaled from earlier. The jackel bit three arrows from the air, surprisingly, even through it being impaled from left to right. The trap was clever, in its self adjusting manner, it was set up in a way that would kill different types of creatures, but if certain arrows did not hit, it would just stop sending arrows for that specific kind of kill, and just send arrow for the next pre-thought out kill that the hunter prepared for. With all creatures, they needed only be impaled in certain places for immobilazation, and then the death strike.

After about 45 seconds of arrows flying. They stopped, and the jackel had been impaled in its body 7 times, in its head once, and in its feet by R'Nieths daggers. But the jackel had apparently caught a few of the arrows in its mouth, clearly able to keep up with the speed and tragectory of the barrage, but could not withstand the sheer number of arrows. "Now, ssson. Come down here." Alaniard commanded. R'Nieth obeyed, jumping down, and gazzing up at his father. R'Nieth stood at his father's side at about 5'4. Short for his reptilian race, tall for his age. "This is the result of clever coaxing, and planning. Lure your enemies and prey alike into your traps. Whilst ssstaying weary of other traps, prey, opponents, environmental hazzzards and people in your sssurroundings. Ssstealth does not always mean you will need the advantage, nor does it always mean you have to sssstay hidden. Remember that, my ssson." R'Nieth remembered smiling at his father, as his father looked at him with pride. Arlaniard puth his hand on his sons shoulder, an d started talking. But now words came from his mouth. R'Nieth started to look confused, as thememory became blury.

R'Nieth's dream skipped to another scene. He was traveling, after his village was raided, whilst he was out hunting for his family. He was not there at the time of the raid, and he was devestated by what he found he gotten back. He began traveling a week after this, hoping to find a wizard, who could teach him to go back in time and prevent the deaths. IF only he was there. It didn't matter that he was 13 when it happened. He blamed his father, after he found out that his father was nowhere to be found at the time. His mother died in the squarelling, and his sister, who survived, tole him about what happend. The villagers drove the raiders out, after having been taught to defend themselves by the local rayal guards, due to Reiya Volger's efforts, and hard work. R'Nieth loved his mother Reiya, she was always there to care for him after a hard weeks training with his father. His sister loved her even more than he did. After Reiya died protecting her daughter, Lexaiya Volger, my sister, told me about what happened. R'Nieth had mad sure every one was ok, apparently there was only one death thanks to the local guards help, from a tip off. No one knew who tipped the guard off, but after they came, no one else died. They were too late to save Reiya, which R'Nieth hated them for. But it was not thier duty to protect her, it was his father's and his. So R'Neith set out to find a local wozard, who often helped with enchanting the stones, and steel for the families crafting. His father was always in contact with said person, and R'Nieth was determined to find out where his father ws during that time, and what he was doing. R'Nieth had just started to think of possible leads, when one of the local merchants who works at the docks of the next city over, told him of the dealings with their family and the wizard. He being a friend of the family, made his a very trust worthy person. R'Nieth would start his journey by finding this wizard.

R'Nieth awoke slowly, being stirred by a spider that had crawed onto his hand. He looked at the spider, as he regained his conciousness, and remembered that he fallen asleep from exhaustion. He raised his hand, and looked at the spider carefully, recognizing its breed, and put his hand down to scoot it along. The 7 inch spider was of one the rare breeds of its species. A desert spider that wad a friendly nature towards reptiles, and most larger animals. But it's poison was potent, and R'Nieth often collected it when ever he could find them. This particular spider had been following R'Nieth for a month, taking a liking toward R'Nieth's scent, and kind nature. Aparantly, although he could directly speak with the creature, the creature could communitcate with his bretheren. They would tell him what the spider was feeling. So R'Nieth would allow the black-blue wolf spider to follow him how he saw fit. R'Nieth looked at the camp that was set, and noticed the barrier was still up. Looking strong. R'Nieth also noticed the sun breaking the horizon, and saw that the wolf was asleep, or so it seemed. R'Nieth woutld get up from his relaxed sitting position, and do his mornign work out routine. He put his sword down on the log, and began stretching. One he did that for 15 minutes, he began to flip in place, and then spring to lunges then pushups. He did 5 reps of 45 of those. He proceeded to practice his taichi and wingchun routines, mixing them together, and seperating them again. He picked up his sword, mid sweep of a pose, and drew it into his practice. This would continue until the sun rose completely.

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When R'Nieth had put his sword on the log, the minimal audible sound of the blade hitting the sheath sent sent Wolf strait up and into the tree above him. He had launch himself up into the tree with his right arm while grabbing his bow with the left arm. The odd thing that was now obvious, to anyone who paid attention to Wolf's leap, was that he had planned where he put his bow and where he chose to sleep.

After realizing that it was R'Nieth who woke him, Wolf slowly got out of the tree and walked lazily into the woods. "We will be needing some food here soon, or at least I will. I should be back around sunrise." Wolf said to R'Nieth.

With almost clockwork timing, Wolf appeared back at the camp with two extremely large jackel-rabbit. "You would not believe the size of the local jackel-rabbits! Something here must be causing them to grow quite quickly." Wolf started to have that teacher look again. "You want to learn a type of magic that doesn't even require a stance?"

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