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St. Vladimir's Academy

Second Floor

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a part of St. Vladimir's Academy, by Adrian Shadoan.

Boys Dorms to the Right, Giant Living room in the center, Girls Dorms to the Left

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Second Floor

Boys Dorms to the Right, Giant Living room in the center, Girls Dorms to the Left

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Second Floor is a part of St. Vladimir's Academy.

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Delilah [0] She is a 16 year old Dragonic. That's divine power is water,and her weapon is a bow and arrow
Nickola Lee [0] Ashamed of her past...Ashamed of herself as a fallen angel
Moth [0] A floating bundle of rags, and a mischevious twit to boot.

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Kien'Vei could tell that his answer hadn't satisfied Saline. He moved on, however, to the situation of his scarf. He didn't want the old conversation to continue, prying and spilling secrets was not his forte. "This?" He said, indicating his scarf although it was pointless confirming it. "Oh, I only wear this because I prevents people making some snap judgements. Although, I guess it does invite some other things." He pulled the black material down around his neck, much like when he had first encountered Teryl and Yumiko. The mouth-less skin was stark against the artificial light from the electrical appliances dotting the ceiling.

He was about to continue and explain when his mind overloaded, something was coming to a climax in the other room. "Excuse me." Kein projected to the elf, sounding as if talking through a static filled telephone. He saved time to be polite in his rush as he moved around her and made his way towards the room. He didn't make it very far before blinding light surged out of the open door, ripping across The Silenced One's retina. More then the sudden influx of light had an affect of Kein'Vei. As the divine glow washed over him he dropped to his knees, suddenly incapable of standing. His insides surged as if he about to puke, which was of course impossible without a mouth. He could almost feel himself pulling apart as two forces yanked his soul. One half of him seemed to fill his being with power while the other part suffered and writhed in pain. As much pain half of him felt it was overridden by the feeling of agony as his very existence fought itself. 'This must have been what he meant' was his only thought as the blinding light was blocked out and he collapsed from his knees.

Kein'Vei came too a moment later, the divine power was fading. He pushed himself up, feeling odd as energy flooded his limbs. He shook his head to clear his vision as stars speckled the world. He didn't pause for a moment however. refuelled, his mind was acting a full capacity and he could feel the consciousness eking out of Teryl. He rushed into the room and caught the angle's body as it slumped towards the floor. He surprised himself, he had never moved so fast before. He lowered the limp form of Teryl onto the ground, slightly at a loss for his body urged him to act but he could not find anything to do.

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It felt like her heart was slowing down. It felt like something was telling her to give up, to let go. There was no sense in fighting it anymore. She would be taken care of. Chouko would live and Yumiko would be there with her.
Yumiko moved her eyes up again, to see the boy who'd spoken to her mind. He was with it. The mindless thing that would kill an innocent faerie without thinking twice. A sad, poor little faerie girl who was only dancing with fallen leaves and singing their favorite tribal song. The boy, Kein'Vei was moving toward her, he was almost to her when everything suddenly turned to light. A wave of sunlight overcame the room and spilled out into the hallway toward the elf and the boy.
Her breathing stopped. She tried to inhale but nothing came of it. Yumiko gasped and fought for a breath, but the light took her over. The shadow tugged at her chest and she clenched at it, trying to keep from leaving. The faerie woman knew that if she let it go, all would be lost. But she couldn't breathe. Still gasping, Yumiko looked down and saw the wretched black shadows surrounding her hand, keeping it pinned to her heart. It was fighting. But what?
Chouko screamed out in pain as she lay on the forest floor. The screams wracked at Yumiko's brain. They were high pitched, evil, hateful screams and they echoed through her mind. After seconds of this excruciating pain, Yumiko joined in the solo of anger. Her fingernails dug into her flesh, breaking through the simple white frock she wore. Tiny spots of blood seeped through it. But this pain, this real pain was better than the searing note of her little sister's cries. Yumiko couldn't stop herself. She just kept screaming and squeezing at her chest.
She could feel the light beginning to fade, and something let go of her hand. Looking down, Yumiko watched as the shadow began to disappear. The screaming had stopped, both Chouko's and her own. Her chest heaved as she drew in a breath so deep she thought she could breathe in the very life of the earth under the building. The light was fading fast and her vision was blurring the place around her. Dropping her head down, she let her hands fall to the floor, holding up her sweating, torn body. She gasped for air, taking in every single bit of it she could muster. Sweat was pouring down her face and all she could think of was that horrible, evil scream and her sister's shadowed eyes.

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Underneath the armor, Teryl's flesh and skin began to break down, turning into dust. With all light vacated from his body trying to help Yumiko with her problem, there was no more to preserve his body. The flesh soon turned to dust and began seeping through the cracks in his armor. In a matter of minutes, the once vibrant angel was a pile of bones in an armored suit. His wings began to curl up and covered his entire body, their feathers covering every part of his body. As soon as the draping wings covered his entire body, they slowly began to change.
From the softness of the feathers, they soon began to turn rock hard, hiding him in a rock cocoon. The winged cocoon was heavy, rock hard and indestructible. His body was now cold, quiet, and still.

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The little faerie shook everywhere, but gained a little strength and looked up, watching the elf run past her screaming Teryl's. name. The sight of an elf used to make her sick with rage and pain, but right now all she felt was... relief. Her body was weak, her skin graying with fatigue. She couldn't hear Chouko's laughter in her mind anymore. And this elf was screaming Teryl's name. Was that fear? No... it was pain. Yumiko knew that emotion well. She'd called out to her dying sister the same way.
Shaking everywhere, Yumiko stood up slowly, and turned to see the stone cocoon. The elf was bent over it, crying onto it, her tears streaking the gray rock with black. What was that? Those wings seemed familiar, and something tugged at her heart, telling her what it was, but her mind was so blurry she couldn't put her mouth to use. Slowly, warily, she walked toward the stone. Kein'Vei knelt there. He had been kind to her; as kind as Teryl had been. A gentle voice in her mind. Yumiko smiled weakly as she thought of Teryl.
Teryl... Her pale eyes moved back to the wings. Her fingers brushed over the cold stone.
"No." She whispered. "No no no... No, it can't be." Both hands touched the stone, running over the hills and crevices of what should have been thick, soft feathers full of life and light. Yumiko knew they should be warm, not chilled like that. She searched Kein'Vei and the elf''s face.
"What has happened? Where is Teryl?" Her voice no longer sounded like her own. It was deep, trembling violently, exiting from the gut of fear. All she could remember was light. Her sister screaming, full of rage. Then relief. A sudden weight lifted from her shoulders. Teryl had been just behind her, protecting her, just as he'd promised. Yumiko had failed at hers. She was supposed to protect him to, in whatever way she could.
"No!" She shook her head and looked back at the others. "This is not him! Where is Teryl?" Her fingernails dug into the stone, feeling its harshness all over her.

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Saline looked up at Yumiko with a tear streaked face, "This is Teryl," she said in a choking tone, resting her head where his heart would be but heard nothing. She shuddered at the coldness. "This isn't right," she murmured. Standing up she grabbed the tips of the stone wings and began to heave the body out of the room towards the balcony. His body was too cold to be that of an angel and she thought it was only right to have his remains stand proudly in the sun. Heaving with all her might she moved the stone inch by grating inch towards the balcony at the end of the hall.

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Everything dropped out of Kein'Vei as he felt Teryl's mind slip away into non-existance. He looked down on empty shell and solidifying wings, unable to act or think, only to watch feeling emptiness in the room. He had seen death before, a rough life had brought that to him. Yet he had never seen someone he had known and befriended in a way, die in such a way. He froze, dead to the world as he stared at the stone cocoon, eyes pained and confused. The Silenced One was lost to the anguish of the others around. Teryl was the one who had filled in the missing piece of the puzzle that was the deformed teenager's life. Slowly he returned to the world, the emotions and thoughts of those around him penetrating his unguarded mind. The sadness and desperation filling the place coupled with Kein's own sorrow. Tears dripped down from his eyes. The first tears that the hardened child had shed for over ten years. He welcomed the dampness along his cheeks, attention fully restored to the world. He placed a hand on Yumiko's shoulder, a comfort to the distraught fairy. His eyes filled with pity and sorrow.

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Saline shook her head, tears rolling down her cheeks, "I ... just.... need to do this," she gasped, continuing to heave the stone statue outwards. She glared at Kein'Vei, as she continued to struggle, "You could help you know, instead of crying," she said between breaths. She looked at the fairy then, "I don't know what happened but you better just stop, I am going to get him out on the balcony then you can do whatever the hell you want but not until I'm done, now get off him! It's hard enough carrying a bloody stone statue," she said dangerously, her eyes glinting with the threat and she could feel the vines on the walls twitch anxiously at the idea of strangling a victim, despite how small. It is rather surprising how blood thirsty plants could be.

Closing her eyes, Saline continued to drag the statue inch by grueling inch toward the balcony, intent on her goal.

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Yumiko sat back on her haunches, utterly defeated. Why were Elves so awful? Why so horrible to her kind?

Why had they killed her?

Heat rose up into her neck. Yumiko could feel something strong boiling inside her that she hadn't felt in years. It was familiar and deep. Her power had been locked away, hidden by the shadow of Chouko's death, that she'd completely forgotten what it felt like. The heat seemed to pour out of her fingers and toes and her eyes glimmered. She stood up, tears starting to fall over her eyelashes. Little drops of sunlight dipping on the stone that had encased poor Teryl.

"Please," she whispered, her voice echoes of the trees and flowers, "please, Elf, let me try." But it had been so long. Yumiko knew the only reason this was happening was the anger, the sorrow, and the hopelessness building inside her. The light within her couldn't be stopped nor controlled. She needed help, but she didn't know from where. Would anyone be hurt? What did her power, at this kind of potential, hold? The light kept dripping out of her eyes, off her fingernails and trickled down her body pooling onto the ground. It was all glitter and gold as it snake and slithered toward Teryl.

"I can't..." She gasped as she fell to her knees. "I don't think I..." Her words never finished as she fell forward onto the statue. It was like watching something filled with gold water be thrown upon a wall. Yumiko disappeared in a current of sunlight that fell onto Teryl and the Elf trying to pull him away. It was warm and sizzled across the stone that was stained with tears from both the Faerie and the Elf.

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The gold water began to sizzle on the stone. It was as if it were acidic, but it was far from it. The statue began to grow bright, replacing it's grainy, stone texture into the smoothness of his wings. The cement like product began to crack away as the light got brighter and brighter, lighting the whole room once more with the searing, holy light. Teryl could feel his muscles start to fill the gap in between the emptiness in the hard, armored shell he had on. The dust blew away and slowly, a new body started forming inside, filling the crevices underneath the wings.

Teryl opened his eyes and jumped up in the room, releasing his now straight and vibrant pure white wings. He stared down at the room and withdrew his sword, ready to kill. This was normal for him. He was trained to always think he was under attack, so his first instinct was to attack. The light was still shining brightly, his armor heralding the holy cleansing. Yumiko's light prowess gave him his full dosage of light and then some, making him strong and nimble.

He raised an eyebrow after seeing Saline and Kein'Vei, remembering what happened before and putting his sword away. He floated back down towards the floor and began brushing off the dust on his suit of armor. "Huh, I'm guessing it must be morning?" He asked and looked over at the door, but still seeing the moon. Now he was confused... without the suns light, how did he come out of his comatose state? That's when he realized the new addition of Saline. "Oh... uh..." Teryl began to rub his helmet, trying to remember, "S-Saline? It's Saline right?" He hadn't seen her for awhile and had almost forgotten she was still in the school due to all the chaotic events. "And Kein'Vei, what are you doing here?" It was then he began to look around, "And where did Yumiko go?" Teryl was shrouded in confusion, unable to understand what just went on.

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Kein'vei was silent in response to Saline, he didn't understand it all himself. His hand was still on the faerie's shoulder as she begged with the elf. He too looked at Saline with pleading eyes, unwanted tears still forming in his eyes "Give her a chance." He said as he began feeling the power that he was so recently empowered with draining out of him. He looked down in surprise at the kneeling figure of Yumiko, she was draining him of all Teryl's power he had absorbed. He let her, as he watched in amazement as golden, liquid light flowed from her. Begging that whatever she was trying to do would work.

As quick as it had started Yumiko dropped, surprising the now weaker Kein'vei. He dropped to his knees and tried to catch her falling body it struck the angel's stone sarcophagus. Light flourished, much like it did earlier, except the impact of the magical liquid gold thrust Kien'vei back. He struggled to his feet and turned his attention to the sizzling stone. Watching in wonder as the grey material seemed to absorb Yumiko's light, glowing and cracking the rock. He stepped back, looking around for Yumiko, she was nowhere yet the Silenced One could feel her presence. He stumbled back as Teryl seemed to explode from his imprisonment. The angel floated in the air, sword drawn in very much a majestic manner. As he descended and returned the sword Teryl spoke, sounding confused. Kein'vei stared, relief filling him as Teryl finished his array of questions. He stepped forward and clasped the angel on his armour plated shoulder "We thought you were dead." He projected telepathically. "Yumiko, she..." He hesitated in puzzlement, turning around and looking to where he felt Yumiko's mind. Motes of the faerie's golden light seemed to float suspended in the air across the roof of the room. "She is here," Kein continued "I can feel her mind but..." He paused again, unable to complete his answer. He didn't know what had happened, only could guess with little knowledge.

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She was so calm. Her face felt like it was covered by a warm, plush blanket. With her eyes closed, she could still see the light shining through her eyelids and she wanted to look, but the blanket would not move. What was this beautiful feeling? Where was she? Where had everyone gone? The last thing Yumiko could remember was Teryl...

Oh no... She hadn't saved him. Something awful had happened and she'd failed. The warmth did nothing to stop her frown and tears slid over her pale cheeks. The weight of Kein'Vei's hand was still on her shoulder. There was something about that feeling that kept her close to the world she had just left. Was she supposed to go back? How could she face them? She'd failed miserably.

And this warmth... No one of a sane mind would leave behind such light. It wrapped around her like a mother's hug and she felt safe here.