Pantheon: Shattered World

Hoffngard

a part of Pantheon: Shattered World, by MartinVole.

City built by mortal from the ruins of the old world.

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Setting

Crafted from the wreckage of an old city that was crumbled by the devastation wrought in the second age, this is now once more a major center for mortals to live.

Hoffngard

City built by mortal from the ruins of the old world.

Minimap

Hoffngard is a part of Aettean Ruins.

3 Characters Here

Hairviu [12] God of the Sky and Battle
Nox [6] Recently orphaned upper class of Disdain. (WIP)

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Bashemath Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn

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Creep

"I know nothing of such, I am Sublimatio Carro, um... under Ha-zar-mav-eth, nothing to do with... doomsday, But tell me... you spoke of a body... were you attacked? Are you okay? Do you requirre help?"

Hazarmaveth, he could of sworn he recognized that name. Eh. I'll remember that later. He cast the thought from his mind. He turned his attention back to the matter at hand.

"Oh, I'm fine. Not sure I can say the same of the poor guy down in the alley. He was dead by the time I came upon him. Probably a mugging from the look of it though I couldn't tell you for sure since I wasn't there long." He informed them of the situation.


"Zzsir, we are being watchzed." The ear wig informed him telepathically. He hadn't noticed this but bugs were far more canny when it came to spotting metaphorical flies on the wall. It was hard for someone to go anywhere in a place as dirty as this side of the city and not draw the attention of a mosquito or a flea.

He just took their word for it rather than ponder about the fact that they might see anyone looking at him as a potential stalker. Given that possibility he paid the potential danger little mind, keeping his focus on the group for the current time.


"Doomsday sayer! Dead body! Oh my gosh..." The pretty young blonde exclaimed. She certainly was a good looking lady. Creep definitely noted her pale unblemished skin and cute yet innocent looking face. She was the type of girl that was severely out of his league, both before and after his transcendence to godhood.

And just like that she was off, running down the alleyway he had just exited. "Whoa, hold on there!" He beckoned, deciding to follow after her. She looked rather inexperienced, naive even. He could only wonder if she had ever seen a body before, let alone one that had been partially eaten by roaches. The doomsday sayer was no good news either, this problem was only going to get worse before it was going to get better this way. Since he had a partial hand in how this was going down he felt the need to at least see it to as much of a conclusion as he's willing to follow up on.

Plus she was cute too. Cuties shouldn't be hanging around dead bodies and creeps like him.

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn

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Kana Na-Ahn
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This was getting to be much more excitement than previously thought. Dead bodies, some bug man (the overwhelming present of so many insects was obvious to an earth elemental, though she didn't understand the nature of either the insects nor the man), something called a doomsday sayer, and an over-enthusiastic girl with a harp. And as she stood there, observing, she suddenly felt Tir'Ish come close. This meant there might be danger. Just great.

"Hold on!" she cried. If this creepy guy just ran from a dead body, why in all of the Terra would you run back toward said dead body. Death means that something killed something else. And killing usually is a bad thing.

As both the harp girl and the bug guy continued to run off - possibly not even hearing Kana - she looked briefly to where she felt the energy god watching. Then, to not give away her master's position, she continued to scan the crowd. Turning then to Rey, she asked "Do you want to follow? This is already all too weird, but we can't risk that mugger killing again." With a sigh, she watched the alley and waited for a response. One thing that kept elementals alive is the ability to be cautious. Fire elementals may be the worst at that point, but earth elementals excelled. She would only go into a dark alley if it was beneficial to her mission.

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn

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Rey took a moment to realize that Carissa had turned and ran in the completely opposite direction of danger, prompting her to yell something in a guttural dialect before rushing that way as well. As far as she knew she was the eldest member and thus held within her a lot of responsibility to the others... she didn't want to let anyone down.

"Yes," she responds quite abruptly before taking off at a breakneck pace after the two, yet somehow careful not to trip upon her own robes. A few guards active around the block look but don't get involved, after all, they weren't exactly screaming. Useless slobs. "Carrrissa, this is a really bad idea!"

The alley was dark, blocking out much of the sunlight, few who came here were either rats or desperate, the others were after something, rarely good. What was before them though was a lone figure, average height for a young woman, hunched over taking off her worn cloak and placing it over the dead man. Rey comes to a dead stop, her senses, her instincts sent into a frenzy, and a smell, sweet yet very foreign fills her nostrils.

"I did not mean to cause a disturbance," the woman says softly, running her hand through her hair and glancing at it. From what little light there was, she was a pale woman and with very long rusty red hair turning black near her scalp. "I came after the tragedy took place and found the sad one here."

"So, you just walk towards dangerr, not suspicious," Rey asks, skepticism in her tone and her guard up. "Speaking of which, Carrissa, that was-"

"The sad one did the same, he played no part in this man's death" she responds, turning her head slightly, the small creatures on her stare at Rey and the others with their beady eyes. She then proceeds to pet the creatures, their silhouettes now visible against her pale hand showing them as little more than a couple black ferrets. "Admittedly, I am the most suspicious one. Hah... I've certainly failed at being... comforting."

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn

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Tir'Ish Na-Ahn
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A single sigh was all he had time to give as Kana nodded at him and followed Rey into the alleyway. If she died, there weren't many other carriers available to take the package to the Ichor.

Kana Na-Ahn
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Upon hearing the "yes", Kana decided to follow as well. Enough curious heads were already turned, and she was ready to leave anyway. Enough towns and coin, she was ready for something to actually happen.

Rounding the corner, she remembered the brief look on Tir'Ish's face as she took off. It was one of exasperation. She knew that her death would be a disappointment to him, but not living would be a disappointment to her as well. And so, she rounded the corner and stopped a few paces behind Rey. Then, knowing her ranged capabilities were severely limited, she held to a side of the alley and slowly walked toward the figure.

"Admittedly, I am the most suspicious one. Hah... I've certainly failed at being... comforting."

With that, she stopped and crouched slightly. Not sure of what she was up to, Kana watched and waited, saying nothing. There were too many risks getting close to something so unorthodox, and it was possible that this wasn't a hostile.

Tir'Ish Na-Ahn
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Sadly, there was no time to lose. Usually Tir'Ish would follow, but if he was to protect this small ragged group then he'd want to come from a different angle. And so, he used a bit more of his precious stamina to get to the top of the buildings, then ran to take a look at the situation. He could sense that Kana was waiting for some hostile intent, and so he did the same as well. Holding his rod by his side, he lay prone on the roof and was ready to jump down at a moment's notice.

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn

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As Carissa made it to the alleyway, she was shocked to see the state of the body. It was eaten up, almost as if something devoured the poor man after his death. And there was the strange figure, the supposed doomsayer. Although she had a feeling she was not the culprit, no one would murder someone and stay next to the body. From what she explained she came her after the tragedy took place.

She seemed to be non-hostile but her appearance and the strange black ferrets around her was creepy to say the least. However Carissa took a step forward and did her best to smile, although seeing the body of the old man really did make her sad. "U-Um hi, my name is Carissa. I am here to burry the body here. Oh dear...he is missing parts of his body...I hope his family and loved one know what he looks like...oh...who could leave someone like this...this is so...sad..." She spoke slowly. She may have seen bodies from time to time, however she could never get used to death. Her body seemed to shake a little as she tried to keep herself from shedding tears. Death is such a mean thing, to be taken from everyone you know inside some random alleyway where you were then eaten. This was such a cruel sight.

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Bashemath Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn

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The woman crosses her arms and sinks her head down in reaction to Carissa's words.

"There are many reasons, few of them remotely good," she responds softly, in nearly a whisper. "I can not lie, it does not get easier with the more I see, it just hurt more inside. People say they do get used to it, but in reality most just try to push aside the pain and fear. I however, can not. The one who dies alone is tragic, the one who lives alone is tragic... everyone deserves to live in some comfort, some care. I-I do not like to see this suffering world, these suffering people. W-when I see it, I just want to... reach out and snatch the pain away."

Rey is confused, somewhat on edge yet not sure why. The person made no movements that were threatening, showed absolutely no intentions of violence yet something felt so... unnatural about this person that it was triggering instinctive reactions all inside her head. She had decided it was instead better to only watch.

"Carrissa, be careful touching the body... rather you not risk getting the blight," Rey says, reaching out and touching her shoulder. She did not want to alarm anyone and decided against directly mentioning her concerns about the woman. "Besides, ya... rreally shouldn't force yourself."

"I've wasted enough of your time," the woman says with a sigh after observing Rey's behavior and begins walking away then stops and looks back, more specifically at Creep. "And... I'm really very sorry I frightened you... or made you feel worse through my foolishness. Just... hah... I wanted to say... no life is worthless... that is all."

With that the person continued heading away from them, Rey feeling gradually more at ease the further she got.

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Bashemath Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn

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Creep

He'd of rather not come back there but here he was, standing amongst a group of girls looking at the strange redhead.

"I came after the tragedy took place and found the sad one here."

The sad one? Well sad and pathetic can be considered synonyms so I guess it works.

"The sad one did the same, he played no part in this man's death"

"Yep, that's true." He confirmed, more than happy to dispel any suspicions that he might of murdered someone.


Now he was standing there, they were all looking at the dead body and apparently according to some stray fleas that were around some guy was hiding up on a roof. In addition there were fleas that had come off the garb of the lady they were talking to. They gave him an impression of what they saw and it was quite unnatural. This was quite clearly something more than just another human doing stuff.

"There are many reasons, few of them remotely good. I can not lie, it does not get easier with the more I see, it just hurt more inside. People say they do get used to it, but in reality most just try to push aside the pain and fear. I however, can not. The one who dies alone is tragic, the one who lives alone is tragic... everyone deserves to live in some comfort, some care. I-I do not like to see this suffering world, these suffering people. W-when I see it, I just want to... reach out and snatch the pain away."

There it is again with the irregular talking He was stirred out of his internal monologue as it seemed the blonde who's name was apparently Carissa was on the verge of tears. He was tempted to go over and give her a hug, comfort her some but he decided against it as it could be construed as creepy. Creepy was a common thing around him after all.


"Come now, let's not get worked up. We really oughta leave this to the guards, they've got a procedure for this." He tried to console the girl as he attempted to gently usher her away from the scene. His attention was only turned away from this briefly as the weird lady with the black ferret critters seemed to be talking to him directly.

"And... I'm really very sorry I frightened you... or made you feel worse through my foolishness. Just... hah... I wanted to say... no life is worthless... that is all." She seemed to say as she receded from their group.

"Yeesh, she sure does love her philosophical stuff." He casually brushed her parting words off, not giving any real sense of care for what she meant. He turned back to the group, addressing them as a whole.

"So yeah, I'd definitely say this whole dead body business is much too grim a thing to dwell on for now. I'm sure most of you are probably busy with important stuff seeing as you were all huddled together and what-not a minute ago."


His attention flaked off towards the earthen girl that, now that he was able to see her more clearly, was definitely made of earth.

"I must say I've never seen someone made of dirt before, let alone one who drinks alcohol."

This was probably not the best time to point that out. His future self would probably agree, looking back on this time wherever he might be.

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Bashemath Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn

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Kana looked over to the boy who addressed her, processing what he said. "Well now you have. I have never seen a fellow with so many bugs before. Do they eat you?" She wasn't sure if he knew that she could sense the creatures of the earth, but questions like that usually stop further questions, so she felt fine returning her attention to the situation. The lady who they thought could be hostile seemed more....sad. Downtrodden in a sense. She took at glance at her, at the dead body, then up to the roof where Tir'Ish was hidden. The danger had probably passed, so she gave a nod and then turned to Rey.

We need to get to that Ichor. Situations like these gather too much attention, and attention is dangerous. We should leave, and sooner rather than later.

Even for her elemental mind, it was taking a moment to go through everything that had just occurred. Dead body, a peculiar figure standing over it, a bug man, a cat-woman, a girl with a harp, and the god of energy watching the group. On top of that, she had a solid sphere of energy to throw into the Ichor once she got the chance. This is not what she was expected when the sun rose this morning, but Kana was glad for the new distraction in her life. It was just time to get moving.

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Bashemath Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn

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Carrisa felt something on her shoulder and heard Ray speak to her. She told her not to force herself to go to the body. The unknown person who had found the body suggested that they leave this to the guards and gently ushered her away from the scene. With two people trying to comfort her, she soon smiled softly and felt as though she was not going to cry. "Y-Yeah! The guards can finish up here! Also miss, I agree with you. All life is precious! You did not scare me though...I was more sad at the state at the man. But...I feel much better now. Catch you later miss!" She waved back as they left the Alleyway.

As soon as she left the alleyway, she felt herself regaining her composure. Knowing that the guards could do that and the comfort two people gave her allowed her to recover fairly quickly. "W-Well! With that business over with, lets talk while we walk to the forest! I have music to comfort us while we walk!" Carissa spoke happily as she returned to her normal bubbly self.

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn

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Rey had begun to creep out of the the alleyway, peaking around the corner expecting guards to be watching their suspicious activity but instead finds them, and various citizens gathered together looking off into the direction of Ertse'gart, eyes wide in wonder and confusion. Rey walks into the crowd with a series of "excuse me"s and and "sorry"s, until coming to the front. What she saw was a brilliant display of lights going through the woods, a light show of such the beastkin had never before witnessed. Had she not worn her mask, she'd have resembled a deer caught in a cart's lantern light. Gradually it dies out and Rey finds herself carefully walking off towards the gate.

"Never before seen the likes of that before," a lanky guardsman says to his fellow compatriots, before turning to a stockier one. "S-should we spy upon it?"

"Ours is to this city, not in those accursed woods, s'pecially not at this time," he responds with a pensive stare into the distance. "Should it come here, however..."

"What," she mutters walking to the gates, it was the first clear word she could force out from her throat. After that, a more cohesive thought came to her sobering her to the reality that it was on their designated path. "We... we need to go, now."

With that she heads off beyond the gate towards the massive forest, much to the bewilderment of the guardsmen.

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Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Hairviu

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Hairviu sat high in the grand palace of clouds that he had made. It as a place apart from the divine city, whirling and hardening the clouds to alls and floors and ceilings, bending the light with fragments of rain so the furniture appeared to be of the deepest wood. Nothing there was as it seemed, but yet it did function that way. He had given himself an oath after the sixth time he was about to restart it that he would not leave until it as complete. That did not mean that he did not look down on the world below nor did it mean he had not listened in on the meeting of the gods. Their words were carried distantly by the winds of the sky to his ears. Looking down on all that happened beneath the sky he saw the heroes of gods gathering below watched how they ran to danger and thought to insulate them from that threat. He would give them each a tool a gift befitting the quest that they would undertake.

Looking down from above he found they were in the city. Arriving there would be to obvious for him. Once the Demigod of Duels, his face was well known by those in certain circles from several high profile duels. Still looking down the others had shown a willingness to take a risk they would need the tools to survive. As Rey made her way out of the city and into the deep forest he waited only for her to be out of sight of the guards. The odd smelling winds of the high blowing down to the ground before her, hooking around a tree they became a god. Hairviu's wings flared as he appeared before the beastkin. "You have been sent on a dangerous mission. I have no champion to aid you, but please accept a gift may it keep you safe from the harm you find yourself in."

He reached back and called to him the armor he had made since he meeting. A full set of steel armor breastplate, shoulder pouldron, arm guards, leggings, and boots. It even had gauntlets, but if one were to inspect it they would see slits for the claws to be able to extend through. It lacked a helm for he would not want her vision obscured. The armor was sleek to look upon, clearly unused. "It was crafted of air and on the night of the full moon it is light and will bend with your movements. It will feel to you no more restrictive than cloth and will protect you more than any leather. This gift I offer that you may succeed in your quest." He continued to hold it out in offer to her as he stood straight and tall.

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Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Hairviu

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Kana Na-Ahn
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Kana noted that Rey likes to move fast. "Fair enough," she thought. "The faster we go, the better." With one last nod towards the roof where Tir'Ish lay hidden, she took off in the direction that Rey left in. Earth elementals have excellent endurance, but they are not exactly fast. Even though she was fairly unaffected by the flash of light, it still was nigh impossible to keep up with the beastkin.

Kana lost sight of Rey for just a moment. When she got back in view, there are a strange figure standing beside her off in the distance. If groaning was something that Kana did, she would have done so. They did not need another "mysterious person" to make this journey even weirder. Was it so hard to grab some basic supplies and go investigate some swampland? Apparently so. With some apprehension, she pressed forward towards Rey and the figure.


Tir'Ish Na-Ahn
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Everything was safe for now. No attacks in sight, nobody hurt, and Hairviu was apparently making the rounds. Tir'Ish smiled, noted the nods from Kana, then dissipated into mist. Maintaining a physical form was exhausting, and he wanted to keep his stamina up just in case there was trouble when they finally left the city. So, he floated calmly in the direction of the gate, watching the proceedings below. This was slightly more interesting than he first thought it would be.

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Edna Wytrix Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Azeal Character Portrait: Hairviu

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Creep

"Well now you have. I have never seen a fellow with so many bugs before. Do they eat you?"

"Regularly I suppose though it depends on how you look at it." He answered frankly, not really dressing his answer up yet still not giving a particularly informative response.


"W-Well! With that business over with, lets talk while we walk to the forest! I have music to comfort us while we walk!"

The girl who's name was Carissa as he had heard earlier in the conversation with the creepy lady who lurked by the dead body in the alleyway mentioned as they continued along towards the gate.

Aw, how sweet. I wonder what business such a friendly little lady has in the forest He wondered, charmed by her youthful innocence.


"That does sound quite good. I can't say I've ever heard harp music before. Most bards tend to go the route of the voice or the lute. I once saw a fellow play the xylophone once though" He spoke casually as they continued on whatever destination this lot was on. He refrained from mentioning that the xylophone player was in fact a small humanoid lizard creature, a member of a swamp dwelling tribe of similar creatures. They had nasty temperaments and often came to blows with any neighboring species, including farmers not far out from their lands. Case and point: The xylophone was actually just somebody's rib cage repurposed into an instrument.

As they started getting into the fields he was receiving some strange reports of distant lights from some crickets in the area. Something about big bursts of pretty lights, information which wasn't exactly helpful but then again these little fellows were doing their best. Rich descriptions were mostly made by humans, most creatures caring little for relaying information.

As the masked lady got ahead the earth lady made started speeding up to catch up to her. In the distance he could see a fellow or was it a couple fellows? It was really too far to see right now. Could of been both. He waited 'till he got closer to get a better look.

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Edna Wytrix Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Azeal Character Portrait: Hairviu

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As Carissa began to walk along with the group, Creep soon talked about music and with that she grew a smile and seemed exited. "Yeah! Not many people use harps because its usually an instrument reserved for concerts and the like. Since it usually is big and massive making it a chore just to lug it around. I was lucky as mines was a magical harp which can turn big or small for easy transportation or for smaller crowds. I just like the harp because of the sweet and slow music it can produce." She spoke with renewed vigor.

Of course as they continued to proceed she could actually hear very faint talking up ahead. Maybe a couple was here enjoying a peaceful lunch in the woods! Or maybe it was a pair of bandits! She wondered what was ahead. So instead of trying to continue conversation she decided to stay on the quiet side.

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Rey froze as the sudden gust of wind brought a scent to her nose and the leaves of the trees rustled as the branches swayed in the breeze, this was enough to snap her attention above her. What she saw astounded her, the winds assuming the shape of a winged man no, a god. Her eyes widened, for such as her who had, in her mind, lived such a lowly life from a lowly breed, to be suddenly greeted by one from up high was staggering.

A gift for me, she thought as the God of the Skies and Battle spoke to her, and soon presenting perhaps the most well crafted armor she had ever beheld, and by the sound of it, was such an elaborate process. Most of the armor she had seen before, to be honest, was from other beastkin that was little more than leather and scraps of metal, but she felt this god's craft would be difficult to contend.

"Thank you, you... honorrr a lowly one as I with... such handiwork unrrivaled," she responds with a bow, taking the armor into her arms, being certain to be as courteous as possible as to not be rude, despite her doubts of her own worthiness. She is, after all, fully aware that she is still but a beastkin, a race known as cutthroats at worst and thieves at best. She looks in shock at the gear, raising her head to be sure she was actually holding it as it is, indeed, light. Not only light now that she gives it a more thorough study, it is more than well crafted, but well crafted specific to her. Bashfulness aside, she takes another deep bow. "You honorr me greatly."

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Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Hairviu

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Hairviu listened as Rey spoke. It was clear to him by the time that she had begun that she as awestruck to be addressed by a god. Standing on the air grandiose in his pose he let Rey take in the armor that he had given to her and examine it. He took a certain pride in his work and though there ere certainly pieces far more than its equal in the realm of the gods he as happy to hear that his workmanship. He too could tell that the woman was uncertain about something and so he sent her off with a blessing. "Go with your awe, seek what you would seek, and find that which will bring you honor."

He then looked to the next person as they appeared. The earth elemental sent there. Her weapon he had thought was an odd choice a short blade worked well for the strong in a shield wall, but on her own it was not the best weapon of battle she could have had. Hiarviu moved a hand behind his back and when it came forward, it held a long Testubo. It was clear to any that knew about craftsmanship the Tetsubo and the Armor were forged a world apart. "For you I grant a weapon. One that can channel the strength needed to make a difference. I offer you this The Ruin of Mountains." He held the heavy weapon out for her to examine.

Along the length of it could be seen The portrayal of three great deeds the first as a giant clasping the end of it and using it to slam huge stones flying at the shore back into the sea. This formed the isles along all the shores. In the center is a image of how it was used to hold apart two mountains. The third portrait was that of a man spending day after day, knocking open the door to the gates that blocked out the sun. The weapon there in offer to the earth elemental as she approached.

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Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Hairviu

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Kana Na-Ahn
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This god was very different from Tir'Ish. Whereas the god of energy was simple, straightforward, and unassuming, this god had the pose and aura of majesty. Kana wasn't fazed, but certainly awestruck. Today has been considerably more eventful than previously thought. Silently, with only a brief hesitation, she took the weapon offered her. It was elegant, strong, and had such an intricate design which surpassed anything she had before seen. Testing its weight and design, she held it out in front of her, horizontally, in a defensive type of pose. It was better than any blade she had yet wielded.

"Thank you," she said. "This is beautiful. Why the gift? And who are you, exactly?" While she could sense that he gave off the same signature as Tir'Ish, Kana had never heard a description of this particular figure. Unfazed but curious, she looked him dead in the eye while asking her questions.


Tir'Ish Na-Ahn
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Tir'Ish watched the proceedings below, and saw the gift bestowed to Kana. "Much gratitude for your gift, Hairviu. It's good to see you," he projected by thought towards the god, remaining well above the proceedings in his mist-form.

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Character Portrait: Creep Character Portrait: Edna Wytrix Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Bashemath Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Scire Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Azeal Character Portrait: Hairviu

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Creep

He nodded, listening on to her discussing her love for the harp's music. He could hear the talking going on in the distance as well, noting that Carissa went quiet so as to not alert any listeners. He looked around and also noticed that the other two had separated from her, going off somewhere.

Holding out his hand a cricket jumped into his palm. From it he got several impressions of the people it saw in the nearby forest.

"Szshe szays that two who werre wearring cloakzs were recievvving thingzs from a winged man." The ear wig put the cricket's message into words Creep could understand.


He looked over to the direction he could hear the talking coming from. There was more however.

"Szhe alszo szays that therre arre szevvverral beingzs also speaking not farr off." The ear wig continued. He couldn't know just who was talking but given how weird things were happening he was prepared for the unexpected. He continued on, his newest acquaintance presumably accompanying him as he continued towards one of the groups of people talking.

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Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Hairviu

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Hairviu watched Kana as she looked over him first a good sign that she knew to judge an opponent before accepting something from them. When she took the weapon and held it it would be solid. elegant, but possessing a great amount of weight to it. that weight clearly much of its purpose. the weight was well distributed, however, to be called nothing less than perfectly balanced. Hairviu stayed where he was as she spoke to him his bearing that of general, both tall and strong, both formal and caring.

"You are welcome. It is beautiful and the gift is to aid you in what is to come. While it is hoped you will not need it it never hurts to be prepared for battle should it come upon you. As for who I am. The patron that sent you here is my peer for where we stand I will say no more on that, just know that what he sent you to do I am here to aid you." His words done being spoken, he gave a nod to Kana, though its speed and depth seemed to suggest that it may have been an acknowledgement of the thanks give by Tir'Ish.

Carissa was the next one to approach, the final of the three that would be sent out to go and discover the root of what was growing. One chosen by Edna. She had been anxious to enter trouble to aid another her compassion the firs characteristic that had been made clear to him. For that he thought about which gift he wished to give to her. She leapt before she looked so what good would eyes do her. he decided on the gift that he would bestow upon her just as she arrived. His hands making a small portal, he reached through it and pulled out a pair of white gloves holding them out to the woman as she approached. The material is white, but it seemed fluffier than silk, thinner than cotton they weighed almost no more than the air and felt like there was nothing at all there when held. as the light passed through them it left rainbows in odd patterns on the other sides of them.

He extended his hands down to Carissa when she arrived offering the pair to you. "And for you I offer these cloud-weave gloves. you will find with time they have all manner of uses." they gave nearly complete control over the air around the gloves for a few feet around her. It could be compressed to bend light in all manner of patterns or channeled into gusts. The manners they had been used were astounding in their number. Without practice though, they were far less useful. "Be sure to stay true to your task. These will bring you wonder well into the days to come."

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Character Portrait: Rey Jihara Character Portrait: Carissa Asheton Character Portrait: Tir'Ish Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Kana Na-Ahn Character Portrait: Hairviu

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As the group carried on, Carrisa soon encountered a new person. Hairviu. She looked at him for a good minute trying to remember when she saw the man...she knew him from somewhere...A really important man..."Oh! I know you! You are Hairyiu, The God of Sky and Battle! Pleasure to meet you!" She smiled as she gave a short bow.

Carissa watched as Hairyiu opened up a portal in his hands and pulled out a pair of white gloves. He then offered the gloves to her, a pair of cloud-weave gloves. As she accepted the gift with a smile she was already liking the gift. It was so soft! And so light! It even made rainbows! "Thank you so much! These are so beautiful! They would do so well when I perform on stage, or even dance! Thank you Sir Hairyiu!" She excitedly spoke as she carefully put on the gloves.

Her first instinct was to spin around with her arms in the air, letting the light hit the gloves as she spun around a rainbow was formed above her. However instead of it being stationary it twirled with her. She had aa smile on her face and looked up at the colorful display the rainbow created. This would really make her pop out more during a performance.

After finishing her rather sudden solo dance, she blushed a bit before speaking. "Anyways...thank you for the gift. It was very thoutful. I wish you the best. However I must remember to stay vigilant, we are on an adventure for the Gods. Again thank you." She bowed again.

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Haiviu looked on as Carissa seemed to look at him quizzically. When she did recognize him he was not terribly surprised. "A pleasure." He said, a slight bow of his head toward her. It did please him that he was known, what was more it pleased him that she was enamored with the appearance of the gift he had given her something that would bring her joy like that. As she continued to smite them even going into a very simple dance, a little fun twirl about, one just to explore the tool that she was given.

When she finished, he gave her a smile, yes there are quite beautiful and have a most dazzling effect. Do not forget to practice your control over the local air. He lifted hiding up and flapped pushing himself up into the sky sending dried fall leaves up into the air. Taking hold of the wind, he pulled the leaves around him. Grabbing each lesson its own little current off air, guided them to whirl around him spiraling around him on their tiny currents. As they closed in on him, the kaleidoscope of colors began to organize themselves. Green to yellow to red, the colors organised into swirling stripes. The leaves got tighter and tighter around him until the closed into a sphere. The leaves sealing for just a moment before blowing out and fluttering to the ground. Where Hairviu once was, only gifs voice remained. "Go with my gifts and my blessing. May the sky hold over your peaceful times.

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Creep

He just sort of stood by, watching on as the three strange humanoids went forward and received gifts handed to them by some sort of... God? He couldn't remember the fellow in the slightest, there wasn't many he'd recognize right away even if he'd met them before.

After the man was finished distributing goodies to the mortals he flew up, turning into a rainbow of sorts before disappearing whilst leaving his little goodbye message. Creep mostly just stood by, hands in his pockets.

Guy really didn't notice me just standing here huh?... I must be really unremarkable. Not surprising. He thought to himself, just kind of looking at the quirky scenario before him.


He might not of been the sharpest blade, metaphorically speaking, but he could listen well enough to know they were on a mission for the gods. That fact was also not surprising. He was usually prepared for unusual things to be the result of some god or goddess screwing up or acting strange yet again. That way he could still be pleasantly surprised by genuine oddities. Then again there were also those times were genuine oddities took to being gods themselves. Those were also disappointing.

"So I see you're on a quest for the gods." He opened, hopefully making himself heard once again to the three who seemed to forget his presence. "I hope you won't leave me to keep guessing the goal they set you?"

He cast a glance over to the person who was now revealed to be a beastkin who had changed into her armor over in the shrubs. "Hm, a beastkin." He muttered under his breath with a curious note. What god could she belong to I wonder...