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Shadows of Brennath

Shadows of Brennath

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The kingdoms of Vidaerla and Odimur are at a time of crumbling peace. With the hidden danger looming over the two kingdoms, their fate, it seems, lies in the hands of an unsuspecting stranger... Private RP.

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Introduction

The kingdoms of Vidaerla and Odimur are at a time of crumbling peace. The invasion of undead into Odimur from the east is being blamed on the magic users of the southern kingdom. But neither the human kingdoms or, in fact, the elven lands of Aryfor Zanyr and Shadrya and the dwarven mountains of Bancor Maranward and Corela Stalburr across the oceans, are aware of the looming, hidden threat that overshadows even the large-scale undead intrusion. The fate of the two kingdoms, it seems, lies in the hands of an unsuspecting stranger...

Will this stranger use these newly found allies and powers to his or her own selfish advantage or help clear the darkness that had been gathering over the unwary humans for so long?

This is a map of the continent of Brennath.

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"I do not care whether they suspect anything or not. They are of no concern of mine; we shall depart these lands and head for the mountains I have seen towards the east, where the sun rises. He heard her mumble something about being able to handle the situation that had ensued, but the young man simply replied: "Perhaps you would have, but even I am not eternally patient. Those two had it coming. If anything, they shall come out stronger in the end, learn something. Unless there is absolutely nothing in those heads of theirs." Karad headed after Allison, following the path towards the woods again. "As for how long this journey shall take us, I do not rightly know. I am not used to travelling like this. I do not know how long it takes to reach places. The only thing I know is that I had... seen the mountains and then... It took me about half a day to arrive at the coast where I have decided to travel west towards this town, where I have also met you."

He gazed up at the sky; the sun was slowly rising to its highest point when it would start to descend against the horizon again. There were more clouds up there than the day before but it didn't seem like it would begin raining. The path ahead of them was long and winded and after a few hours, they got to a crossroads with an old, wooden sign at the side. Four arrows pointed in different directions. One pointed at the path they just came from and had the word "Glendar" written on it, one pointed towards the road to the north and said "Salkar and Amfar", while the one pointing to the east said "NATHFAUR and Kipsam". The name Nathfaur was written in capital letters far more elegant than the others; it was definitely meant to emphasise this was the kingdom's capital city. "This is the path we need to take," Karad said and pointed over to the sign that led them eastwards. They could already see mountains to the east-northeast, but it seems the young man had other mountains in mind. "We require a mountain with a stream of fresh water and trees about it..." What exactly he meant by that, he did not elaborate.

Once again, Allison's mind got filled with a strange sound, this time some kind of weird noise, as if a stream of water was running through her head. As the 'stream' subsided, a faint yet deep voice echoed: "Heed my words, young one... When the black one teaches you how to communicate, I implore you to call my name... Ask him to teach you his tricks... Remember... Taxlixiya... I will be waiting..."

After a while, Karad got tired, as usual. His new set of boots were much, much better, but he still lacked the stamina that one would attribute to a healthy, young man such as him. "I need to... rest for a bit..." he said, catching his breath. "It is difficult..." Sitting down on a rock by the road, he wiped the sweat off his forehead and gazed into the distance and the never ending path. To the north, they were now blocked by a mountain range while to the south they could see the ocean.

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Ali didn't talk anymore as they walked the road. Assuming she survived whatever they were going to do, she expected to return here. Being banned from that city would be major inconvenience for her. Specially considering Eldric was the only person she could trust with her bow.

Later on the trail, she heard that voice again. She was seriously getting sick of voices in her head, but she took a mental note to see what this was about as soon as she had the chance, not that she felt too excited about making contact with another stranger who had been searching for her. Although she didn't feel good about not mentioning it to Karad, she decided not to for the time being. Only when he asked to stop she finally broke the silence. "Already, huh?" She sat down also, and passed her hands over her eyes a few times as if she tried to keep herself awake. She was also feeling tired, although she could have kept walking.

She finally looked at Karad, she imply stared for a second, then she asked a question. "What was it that you did back there exactly? And... Were you meant to affect everyone like that or... Was that a mistake?"

She finished the question and then handed him a water bottle. "If you sweat, you lose water, so you should drink."

She pulled a wooden flute from her bag and began to play it softly, barely making a sound. Music was something that always calmed her, at the moment she needed it.

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"Yes, I need rest," Karad affirmed while rubbing his legs. His feet were somewhat sore and he felt like walking all the way to the mountains would murder him like this. He just wasn't used to walking such distances, much less in this human form. However, all of this was worth it; worth it if he could finally open the crystal. One of the obstacles was behind him now, the one he thought almost impossible to overcome, but Allison seemed like she would be worthy of the challenge...

"Back where?" he inquired absent mindedly, then remembered what she meant. "Oh, that. Nothing, really... I fed on the basic human emotions and instincts... Fear, horror, panic... I fed on them, then pushed them back into the persons. And... yes... It was a mistake," he finally admitted quietly, as if ashamed of the fact. "I am... Inexperienced in this... filthy form..." Karad didn't elaborate further, but it seemed his human appearance bothered him, like he didn't want to be mistaken for one, even though it was necessary to do so.

Looking over at Allison, he took the offered water bottle and drank from it slowly. He knew the liquid within and liked its revitalising properties, knowing they could restock on it were they to find a river stream. He found his human form held much less water at once than what he was used to and a constant battle for survival with thirst and hunger ensued as a result. The sun didn't help that day as it was hot as ever, although the clouds did help block some of the warm sunlight that would otherwise make the already difficult journey even worse. Karad had little idea of where exactly they would need to go - finding things from this perspective was so much more difficult and alien to him, he wondered how humans could expand like they did.

When his woman companion started playing on a flute, he gazed at her in a confused manner and stared at her for a few moments before speaking up: "What are you doing?" He was a complete stranger to music and didn't even realise that was one of the things humans did to pass time and entertain themselves. The tavern they were in had no bards playing, so this was the very first time he came into contact with this part of the human culture. And he would be a tough critic to please...

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Ali mumbled. "Fear...Hum... That makes sense." It was somewhat reassuring to know that it wasn't his intention to affect everyone like that. She should be offended by Karad's attitude towards her race, wasn't for the fact that she actually agreed, in some level. So, it would be hypocritical to consider herself to be any better. She took a deep breath, and kept quiet on that subject.

She started to play a random song that came to mind. Ali had a very good memory for music and she would remember any song she heard even if she barely acknowledged it playing in the background. She was completely taken in by the melody until the voice of her companion broke through the melody. Ali looked at him for little while without actually stopping, then she stopped playing to speak. "It's just music. It calms me, most times... If it bothers you I can stop playing though."

Ali really hadn't considered his presence for a split second when she picked up the flute, but she didn't exactly like playing in front of others. Music was somehow personal for her and she knew very well that anyone sensitive enough could read her state of mind like an open book simply by listening in. She was usually careful not to let herself show, not even this way. She picked up a second bottle of water and began to drink from it slowly, trying to sink some thoughts into her mind. All the while she felt as if she was walking around blinded. She was messing with things she didn't understand, and had no knowledge of. It made her very uneasy.

Ali sighed, thinking for a second about her past, her eyes wandering around the trees above her head. Suddenly remembering a question she had left unanswered, she looked at him again. "When you asked me before... What if I was the target of someone like me? What did you mean by that exactly?"

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Karad shrugged at her comment; what made sense? What did a filthy human know of his magic? What did anyone know of him?! After a moment of such perilously aggressive thoughts, he kicked himself mentally and reminded his angry self that this person was the key to his success. Yes, she was a human but desperate times required desperate measures... Memories long thought forgotten and pushed into the back of his mind came racing back; the village, the river, the cave, the mountain, the children, the rocks, the fires... Shaking his head, he gazed back at the sky and watched the clouds pass by as they idly sat at the side of the road. But he could not help it; his stamina was far below that of an average human and he attributed this setback to his inexperience - he had never before used his human form and now that he did, it was not as easy at it looked.

When Ali stopped playing on her flute and explained what she was doing, the young man simply tilted his head to the side in further confusion. In all fairness, he knew very little of any of the races' kingdoms and their cultures, a result of a life in somewhat of a hermitage, but he was still confused as to what 'music' exactly was. Was it the piece of wood she was holding in her hands and blowing into? Or was it the sounds? Perhaps both? However, she did explain how this 'music' calmed her. "If something bothers me, I shall tell you so," he announced proudly, as if the whole world revolved around his large ego.

There was a moment of silence as she drank the water from another bottle. Karad was about to suggest they move on, even though he wasn't really completely rested, but then Allison came up with another question from before. He gazed at her and smirked: "That is quite obvious, my little human; you were telling me how this clan of assassins was full of 'good' people and how they raised you well. But that was from your point of view. What would have happened, I imagine, if you would be on the other side of this story? How would you feel if you were one of the targets of your clan? Going about your daily business, unsuspecting of the murderer that was on your tail all day long?" He turned towards her to get a better view of her body signs - see how she would react to this. Narrowing his eyes, he added: "How much good and right would it be for you to have your life end because of a hired murderer?"

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Allison looked at him serious for a second, then she broke down and laughed. She wasn't laughing at him, or the question. She simply amused by the irony. "You know, no offense, but that is a very human question right there." She had been used to people trying to argue that the only reason this was right it was because she was the one doing it. Of course she imagined that was not the reason why she was being asked this question now. "I'll set aside the fact that, if someone managed to follow me around unnoticed that person would deserve the right to kill me, since no one has ever managed to do such a thing. I'd have to say that it's a job. If an assassin was after me it would be because someone hired that person. Should I hold a grudge against a professional trying to make a living?"

She smiled. "Being capable of taking a life is not as bad as wishing someone dead and not even having the courage to do it yourself. We are mostly good people, however we are a living reminder of the evil people carry inside themselves. For that reason we are hated." She sighed. "Of course I can only speak for my own clan."

Then she started to play again. The melody that carried a lot of grief inside, but then she realized what she was playing and stopped again. She couldn't always control what would come out when she played. She put away the flute. "If you had enough rest, maybe we can get going. If you have any other questions I'm pretty sure my tiny human brain is capable of walking and speaking at the same time." She smirked while standing up. She couldn't help by finding it funny how someone who knew so little of so many things can consider himself so superior.

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He narrowed his eyes even further when she mentioned that his question was something a human would ask. Karad didn't like being compared to one in any way, even when necessary, so he simply stayed quiet instead of lashing out. When Ali finished explaining, he nodded with a judgemental look and said: "Yes... You are only a tool and thus not responsible for your actions, correct? Simply a sword with which you murder. The sword is not to be blamed but the people who use it." He paused and looked at the expanding landscape in front of them and the oceans beyond. Somewhere to the south, far across the great water, the elven lands resided; very few humans or dwarves had ever travelled there for those lands were considered sacred by their native inhabitants and only those of great importance did ever set foot on their islands. "So typical of you humans... Throw logic and responsibility aside, humility is simply a facade... Your kind is too brash in its decisions and ideas of morality..." Karad shook his head and shrugged: "But I have not come here to lecture on such trivialities, my purpose is far greater than that..."

As she stood up and asked him to move on, he got up and started walking further east. They still had a lot of land to cover and they weren't getting very far very quickly. With darkness coming, all sorts of dangerous creatures crept out at night... "Indeed... Let us proceed towards our destination. I would very much like to arrive there sooner rather than later and," his eyes trailed over to her, "begin your much needed training..."

There was a flock of birds flying over them consisting of perhaps hundreds of birds, all flying in harmony to wherever they were going. Karad couldn't help but watch them yearningly as they flapped their wings, obscuring the sun with their small bodies. The wind was their ally up there and the skies their playground; the lands beneath a mosaic of colours nature had painted... It was a view that kept creeping back into his mind. The flock was in a triangular formation, flying towards the ocean and then onwards - it seemed these small animals did not fear the sea as the sailors did; they simply flew over to the elven lands... Some people suggested such birds were actually elven spies, bringing them back news of the human kingdoms and how things fared but Vidaerla's Seer had already denied such accusations as baseless superstition...

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Ali resumed walking, and nodded. "I never said I don't consider myself responsible. Guilt and responsibility are two different things to me. I do consider myself responsible and accountable for every life I've taken, since it was my choice to lead this life. I am a lot of things, but I am not a coward to the point of denying my own actions. And I'm certainly not a tool. Not for any amount of gold, or magic, or glory. And don't, by any means, assume I can be easily used against my own will, or we might have problems in the future." She stared at him seriously. It didn't matter if he actually didn't understand what she meant, and she didn't care one bit how powerful he could actually be or what his purpose was. This much she wanted clear.

After a second of silence she elaborated a bit more. "What I meant was that, in spite of being responsible for my kills, I hold no guilt because I did not wish that person dead, or have any knowledge of the reason why one would want that person dead. Like a soldier, for instance. He is responsible for who he kills, but he was not the one responsible for whatever war he is fighting. Unlike soldiers we do not kill anything other than our target, we don't consider ourselves heroes because of this and we do not act as if it's something to be proud of. Death deserves respect, it's supposed to be quick and painless, and not something to brag about. Sadly not everyone sees it."

Ali sighed, thinking maybe she was dumping her frustration on Karad, and went silent. Not that he didn't actually deserve to hear it, but she would rather not go there for her own sake. Still, his words had angered her a little. And that wasn't exactly an easy thing to do. She muttered to herself. "No one calls me a tool."

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"Oh, but you are a tool," Karad argued, "you have said it yourself. A tool paid for by a certain amount of gold. You have said the responsibility of murder rested on the ones wishing it upon the others. The victims are... victims. Which leaves us with you - what are you other than a tool in this situation? The murderer pays gold for a tool that kills the victim. Just like a soldier gets his sword to kill, no? But no matter, I see you are not very fond of this conversation and neither am I. There are more important things to think of that human frailty and morality." He raised an eyebrow when she warned him about trying to use her against her own will. For some reason, it amused him to no end: "You are afraid. Afraid of not being in control of your life. Understandable, but not always possible." He chuckled and added: "But fear not, Allison, I do not possess powers to control people. This I leave to others..."

The long road led them closer to the ocean, but still continued east. Karad had found his second wind hidden in his tired body somewhere and pressed on towards the night. As the sun descended and the skies turned dark, dotted with stars, the young man could walk no more. "I am too tired... I require more rest," he said, sitting down on the soft, cold grass. The presence of the ocean meant the air was cool and moist, the sounds of the waves crashing against the beach always prevalent. The road east looked very much the same as the road back from where they came - endless expanses of land, ocean, mountains and a dirt path. In either case, Karad needed sleep to regain his energy.

Laying down on the ground and putting his hands behind his head, he kept staring at the starry sky. He worshipped no gods, no humans, dwarves or elves... The stars were his guide; they and their eternal beauty. They sparkled and shone, moving over the sky ever so slowly, and he always loved watching them. "We must be getting close... Tomorrow, we should get off the beaten path and head for the mountains themselves - find a river stream and follow it up into the mountains until we can climb no more. The higher the better..." he said absent-mindedly. Extending one hand up towards the sky, he drew lines between the twinkling points.

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Ali nodded, afraid was the one thing she was not. She was, however, annoyed. "Well, a tool has no choice in what it will be used for. If that is what you believe you're dealing with, we might have a problem." She smirked. "I may know nothing of magic, but I sure can outrun you." She nodded. "And how, by your twisted sense of logic, a soldier not a tool? Those idiots fight simply for the sake of it. Most of them have no brains or will of their own. However I myself have never drawn my bow unless I willed it. I will be sure to die before that ever happens."

She snickered as he mentioned victims. "Victims are victims, huh? You know very little of humans indeed." She didn't elaborate on that. She was done banging her head against the wall. Ali didn't believe anyone to be innocent, or a victim, and she surely didn't believe in morality. Morality was nothing but an illusion those fools of the city blinded themselves with while ordering hits on each other. No... Humans had no sense of morality, but at least Ali was honest about it. All she had was a clean conscience,

She simply kept quiet for the rest of the walk until he asked to stop again. Stopping this much actually bothered her, but then... There was nothing to do about it. She sat down, decided not to talk anytime soon. Ali never liked arrogance, and she believed it was extremely foolish to actually depend on something you are unwilling to understand. If Karad actually needed her for this, then he was a fool as well. She felt much less than comfortable following a fool.

She laid her self down on the grass also, and simply proceeded to look at the stars in silence.

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Karad moved his head to look at her, then he laughed heartily: "Outrun? Me? Human..." He shook his head: "I do not know what ideas are beginning to form in that head of yours but... I have no intentions of killing you. You are too valuable." And that was the truth; he needed her to open the crystal and should she decline to help him or otherwise cease to exist, his search would begin all over again. Admittedly, now that he had touched her magical potential, it was far easier seeing others that were alike, but the search would still have to commence once more... Before this, it was as if he was searching for a faint light in the middle of the ocean at night, where every shining star could seem as a distraction.

He thought it useless to try and argue with her own logic, much as it would be impossible to argue with the two guards back at the town they were coming from. But perhaps he was too brash; although he hated to admit it, he was still young and inexperienced. Yet these lectures... they were not what he came to these lands for.

As the darkness encircled them and his human vision adjusted to it, everything looked far more familiar to him; the darkness was his friend and, in times of need, he would call upon it for comfort. It was far easier to concentrate and channel his magical energy at times like these, not to mention the shadows that embraced him felt as if he was somewhere familiar.

As Karad slowly drifted off to sleep, the voice in Allison's mind spoke up once more. At first, it felt as if it were a slight breeze in the distance, which slowly turned into whispering. There was no one else around them but it sounded as if a person was standing right by Ali and kept whispering into her ear; this turned into a quiet voice after a few moments, but it didn't seem like the young man sleeping beside her heard it. This time, the voice heard could also be distinctively distinguished as that of an older female... "You are losing time, young one. Finding you through the ether takes time and is difficult to maintain... Each time the dark one uses his magic, my link is broken and you disappear as a drop into an ocean. I can not teach you to 'speak' through the ether, but it is important you learn it, for only then can I lead you to me..." The voice paused and incoherent whispering took its place until it returned once more: "You must not help him open the crystal or the world will suffer for it... You must bring the crystal into my safe keeping..." The voice faded away just as it came and all was quiet again...

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Ali chuckled. "Well, I can surely run for longer than you. And I hadn't thought about it, even if I had... Death never scared me one bit." She smirked, facing him and speaking in a clearly sarcastic tone. "It is nice to be appreciated though."

Getting tired of the conversation, Ali closed her eyes to try and get some sleep. She wasn't actually tired, but... There's nothing left for her to do. It didn't work though so she opened them again. Looking at him, Karad seemed to have fallen asleep. She couldn't help but envy him. She did always sleep better in the forest, but lately that had become extremely difficult for her. With all that in mind, she knew she required sleep, or she wouldn't outrun a piece of rock in the morning. She kept her eyes opened and watching the shadows of the leaves dancing on the trees above her, she kept breathing slowly... Slowly she felt herself calm down, and become more peaceful... And then she heard that voice again, and sat up quickly.

Ali covered her ears with her hands, knowing very well that wouldn't make a difference. This was starting to freak her out now. She decided that is about time she started asking some questions. And she would make them all in the morning, no matter what the results would be. She couldn't act as if this was just some favor and did not involve her.

Ali didn't really care all that much about the world, and she wasn't afraid of losing her life one bit, but someone was telling lies, and she wanted to know who. Simply because... She wasn't a simple tool. She didn't want to go into something blindly like this. Although it seemed to her that her companion had no idea what he was dealing with. His knowledge of humans seemed to be based on assumptions, most of them... Well, not exactly accurate.

She took a deep breath, and closed her eyes, hoping the nightmares wouldn't come back this night also.

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The night was quiet, save for the crashing of the ocean waves in the distance and the rustling of the leaves of the nearby lone tree. The sun gave way to the brightly lit moon which cast a grey light over the lands, illuminating them in a surreal way. Here and there an owl hooted away but there was little else that happened. The road remained empty throughout the night and not even messengers passed them. It was as if they had chosen the most deserted road in the land to travel on.

With morning sun also came the morning light and warmth. Even though they had little to cover themselves during their sleep, the warm temperatures were enough to keep them from losing too much energy. The ocean waves kept crashing against the shoreline tirelessly as the first birds woke up and started singing and flying about. It was not until the wind started gushing past Karad's hair that he awoke. It was a night he slept throughout but not without his dreams he usually had. He was once again alone, by the river... He could see the person right there, right by the edge... Tripping, falling... And later, fire. Lots of fire, destruction and mayhem. This was the same dream he had been having for years when he could remember him. He couldn't call it a nightmare, but it was a memory he would rather have forgotten.

Rubbing his eyes, he sat up slowly, taking in the morning surroundings. They were the same as the day before; the forest, the mountains behind them, the road and the ocean on the other side, but lit with the morning sun rays. He preferred the night time but in this human form, he felt somehow compelled to sleep more often than not. And since most of the normal people did everything by day, he, too, adopted this. Today was the day when he hoped he would be able to reach the place in the mountains where he could finally begin what he wanted to all this time. Get the woman to become magically proficient with some of the magic he would imbue her with and then help him unlock the crystal. It was a long shot but one he was willing to do if it meant he would be able to open the secrets in the magical vessel...

He gazed over at Allison to see if she was still sleeping. There was still a long way for them to go and he wanted to get there as soon as possible. Unfortunately, his legs and feet felt like they were on fire if he put pressure on them and he was unsure as to how he would manage...

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Ali's night was not a peaceful one at all. It was filled with screams, fire, and pain. She woke up before the sun was out, but didn't move. At least she would rest until morning came. She kept quiet until she heard movement Then she sat up, rubbing her temples.
She could barely remember what she had dreamed about, but... She had this strange feeling of grief inside of her, as if she had relived something extremely painful. She didn't know what that could be though.

Pulling food out of her bag, she pushed a piece of sweet bread and an apple to Karad and helped herself to the same meal. She began eating the apple quietly. Trying to breathe the uncomfortable feeling away.
Finally after a few minutes she sighed and looked at him with the corner of her eyes. "So, you think we'll get there today?"

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[OOC] Shadows of Brennath

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