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Eras

Dead star, evil God, rising again.

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a character in “The Multiverse”, as played by lostamongtrees

Description



There were three star-gods; Atargatis, Sagittae, and Eras. In their eternal dance, the Twin Suns dance around one another while Eras, the bloated, red overseer, skirted their duet with jealousy. So great was his jealousy that he sacrificed just a fraction of his bulk to create a dancing partner of his own, whom he named Gaia.Compared to the Twin Stars and especially Eras, Gaia was a miniscule goddess, beholden to Eras in every way. Whereas the Twins revolved in tandem, Gaia was forced to twirl around Eras’ heaving bulk on her own. The Dance continued in this manner for untold millennia, with the jealous Eras adding more companions and accessories to Gaia in form of her Tassels (moons) and Girdle (Rings).

But still, his forced dance with the tiny Gaia did not hold the same, pure beauty that the Twins’ Dance held, and so he threw his anger upon Gaia, since she could bear no more celestial adornments, though she herself had grown beautiful in ways that not even Eras had designed. For unlike the Twin Stars or Eras, Gaia had cooled and grown, coming eventually to harbor life, which she cherished. It was nothing grand, nor complex, but it was hers and hers alone, and she loved all of it. Eras knew this, and so began his designs to forever tarnish her beauty. For Eras’s anger was shapeless and uncontrolled, and though in that time his power and light was greater than that of Atargatis or Sagittae, even combined, he had neither their restraint nor their divine mindset to direct it outside of his own sphere of influence.

Now, in that time, the first peoples of Gaia were beginning to come into their first minds, and learn how to work the gifts of The Mother to their needs. Many shapes they came in, and though Alneh, Elf, and Dwarf kind generally assert themselves as the first of Gaia’s Children, all thinking peoples of Gaia emerged at approximately the same point in history. This ignition of mindfulness, and meetings of the First Kings, marks the technical start of Gaia's recorded history. The first empires of the Children were great, and stretched across the globe from Ellaria to Siv’en. To that end, so too went the Servants of Gaia, known in the oldest tongues as the Ithquent. Their wisdom was of the star-gods', and their magic was primal. It is said that they could also take the shapes of the firstborn of Gaia, and would sometimes walk the land under the guise of wisemen and sages. The Ithquent organized the first teachings of magic to mortal kind, and the people of Gaia entered into a short golden age.

Then, Eras, seeing that Gaia was growing strong with the bounty of her Gift of Life, grew jealous that her beauty might even surpass his. In retribution, he committed the Rape of Gaia, and bade the Great Colossi to rise from the surface of the planet herself. The deep wells of the seas and the thunderheads of the skies shuddered and convulsed in anguish as the Destroyers arose. Seven there were, mightier and greater in size than could be glimpsed by either man or Precursor.

Doubtless, nearly everything that the Children of Gaia had wrought before the Rape of Gaia was utterly destroyed, and the history of the world until that point was lost along with those works. Only those few scattered tribes remained, each led by one of the Ithquent to protect them with their limited sorceries.

It was not within the power of the Ithquent, who later came to be called The Precursors, to destroy the Colossi themselves. They did, however, know that it was by Eras' hand that the Colossi walked, and so they besought the succor of his siblings, Atargatis and Sagittae, to put an end to the wanton destruction.

There was a limit to what the Twin Star Gods could do directly, for Gaia was of Eras's divine making and body, and thus beholden to him. They could, however, confront Eras himself. Three times the Twins commanded Eras to cease the abuse of his Daughter, and three times Eras refused. Then the twins took long council, for nearly 100 years, causing great distress amongst the Ithquent. Atargatis and Sagittae had compassion and pity for the Children of Gaia, but they also loved their brother Eras, in spite of his vile ways. Finally, just when the Children were on the brink of destruction, the Twin Star Gods acted.

All souls of Gaia looked in astonishment as the day of the Sundering of Eras came. Eras, who had until that time been a great, red blight in the soft skies of Gaia, was shattered to pieces by two rays of brilliant retribution from Atargatis and Sagittae. The brilliance of Eras diminished and disippated into the aether of the Gaia system, and drifted for a short time before the Twins enacted their second Miracle. Upon holding audience with the greatest of the Precursors, the Twins channeled the drifting power of of Eras into their bodies, instilling them with might and power so great that it could scarcely be contained in mortal form. Under the diminished red light of Eras, the Ithquent known as Syros and Sol pledged to undo the Colossi at any and all costs, save the extinction of the people they sought to protect.

To that end, the Twin Gods enacted their final Miracle, and sent the Gaia Stones to the besieged planet, borne by the first and only lifeforms created by Atargatis and Sagittae themselves; dragonkind. These legendary wyrms, larger and more terrible than tales can tell, would be fitting allies against the Colossi, and the Stones they brought with them would serve to ensnare the seething, enraged minds of the Eras’ Children.

For indeed, though the Ithquent had become mighty in absorbing the shredded power of Eras, it was no small feat to slice through a mountain, or slay the very sea itself. In this, the Colossi had one weakness; their minds. The Slayer, Syros, created a spear from the very essence of the Dark Star within himself; a fell weapon that could not only slice through any stone or darkness, but also tear out the minds of its victims. The battles, then, were epic in scale and cannot be recounted here.


Slowly but surely, the minds of the Colossi were torn from their immense bodies and stuffed hastily into the confines of the seven Gaia stones. At their removal, the titanic remains of the Colossi, though still living, became still and heedless. Though many have become hidden and shrouded by the eons, the Exalted Mountains on Siv’en mark the remains of Ni’Thorne, and it is said that a great desert of raw ice still blooms forth from the body of Hoargraskr, who was slain at the very crown of Gaia.

Then, the Star Dragons helped the Ithquent construct the The Crystal Tower, placing therein the seven Gaia Stones to be guarded for all time. Syros, weary at his battles, diminished from the world, leaving Sol the Gatekeeper to watch over the Tower and guard it with a lake of acid, so that Gaia need never suffer again the torture of The Destroyers.

Now it was that the Children of Gaia began to count their days again, and once again scattered to the far reaches of The Mother. The Precursors and Star Dragons scattered with them, mating and proliferating in their own ways, but never wholly forgetting the times of Eras’ evil. Nor was the power of the Colossi completely vanquished, but by sheer serendipity it would not reemerge for many an age.

So begins...

Eras's Story

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Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Eras Character Portrait: Sinfrost
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The winds shifted, blowing an unusually cold wind across the Weargtooth Mountains. The already chilled caps rapidly developed a white frost, snap-freezing anything unlucky enough to exist at those heights. Snow began to fall farther down the mountains than it had ever before. Eras tested his strength, pleased with it's growth. The skies turned grey.


Soon.

The setting changes from Weargtooth Mountains to Whispering Woods

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Character Portrait: Jorn Gareif Character Portrait: Smaragdos Character Portrait: Zervi, The Gentle Character Portrait: Eras Character Portrait: Sybbil Vallade Character Portrait: Kel'Var Character Portrait: Braigneth: The White Hand Character Portrait: Tarrik Vallade Character Portrait: Feyren Ithlonde Character Portrait: Jethro Foley Character Portrait: Aerlinde Ithildin Character Portrait: Joragon Faentaris Character Portrait: Laila Vencel
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From northern far, in, a deep chill seeped, to the bone, through the scale, up the roots. White pockets of fire erupted throughout- advancements made by those within and foreign tools come here for final rest ceasing to exist with a flash and bang. A lament was cried from Whispering Wood to Saggitae, to Gaia, to anyone who could hear and would, that again did Eras breathe upon this realm; and would continue to breathe, continue to inhale their realm, continue to flex chaos and destruction, until Gaia drew breath no more.

The setting changes from Whispering Woods to Ellaria

Setting

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Character Portrait: Legion of Shadows Character Portrait: Sigurd Hring Character Portrait: Seno Miyagi Character Portrait: Yukiko Takayama Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Takao Eguchi Character Portrait: Eras Character Portrait: Zhou 'Spud' Myrkul Character Portrait: Sinfrost
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From northern far, in, a deep chill seeped, to the bone, through the scale, up the roots. White pockets of fire erupted throughout- advancements made by those within and foreign tools come here for final rest ceasing to exist with a flash and bang. A lament was cried from the Bez Daha Trees to Saggitae, to Gaia, to anyone who could hear and would, that again did Eras breathe upon this realm; and would continue to breathe, continue to inhale their realm, continue to flex chaos and destruction, until Gaia drew breath no more.

The setting changes from Ellaria to Iskjerne Bay

Setting

Characters Present

Character Portrait: Yoko Kayabuki Character Portrait: Shimizu Takayama Character Portrait: Sigurd Hring Character Portrait: Seno Miyagi Character Portrait: Yukiko Takayama Character Portrait: Erling Snake Character Portrait: Takao Eguchi Character Portrait: Eras
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From northern far, in, a deep chill seeped, to the bone, through the scale, up the roots. White pockets of fire erupted throughout- advancements made by those within and foreign tools come here for final rest ceasing to exist with a flash and bang.

As if the gods themselves were angry at this transgression of their divine order, a massive thunderbolt struck down out of the blue, destroying much of the Taiyou gear and production facilities in the dead of the night when the craftsmen were away from their posts. Miraculously, everyone would escape injury, but the guns and other tokens of Taiyou affection were melted into slag heaps or damaged beyond repair. Many crystalline powered weapons were not left to spare, too suffering under the wrath of who?

A lament was cried from the Bez Daha Trees to Saggitae, to Gaia, to anyone who could hear and would, that again did Eras breathe upon this realm; and would continue to breathe, continue to inhale their realm, continue to flex chaos and destruction, until Gaia drew breath no more.

The setting changes from Iskjerne Bay to Kadota Peaks

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From northern far, in, a deep chill seeped, to the bone, through the scale, up the roots.

As if the gods themselves were angry at this transgression of their divine order, a great dark cloud rolled in. Thunder and lighting lit up the Kadota Peaks. White pockets of fire erupted throughout- advancements made by those within and foreign tools come here for final rest ceasing to exist with a flash and bang. Many crystalline powered weapons were not left to spare, for he who did destroy did so not out of rage as it may seem, but out of necessity. Artillery powered by the forces of Gaia was no match for Eras's clenching fist. It seems Eras's focus had been wrongfully honed across the sea, where the people seemed to have long forgotten that which truly threatens them.

It was here new Gods threatened to make permanent homes and forces yet unseen penetrated the realm he wished to rule. It was a good sign, as Gaia had clearly grown weak to allow such impact, but it was also bad news. Eras was not the only one with his eye on Gaia. He was not the only one hungry. He had woken up too late.

Eras drew breath again, inhaling the power of the obsidian Gaian stones, noting their refined nature made them all the easier to absorb. He again pulled power from the stones, draining the to half, marveling at the ease. These people, they refined this process?

The rainbows blinked out from the sky. Eras drank from the beauty of the Kadota peaks, the great dark cloud spreading. He chose to leave the strange Viking newcomers with few of their black powerful stones, with a smile.

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  1. you might be posting in the wrong mountain range : unless they traveled up the coast or teleported from the souther range, to the northern range?

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#, as written by Sigurd
Later that same day...

Prince Hrollaug had wasted no time in putting a crew together for the Hregg Drekki, and was just about to start it up when all of a sudden, the temperature dropped. There was a strong surge, and suddenly all of the black glowing crystals were drained or shattered as if by some divine intervention. There was no way the dragon ship would be able to fly now, and by sea it would take double the amount of time to reach their destination. "What in Hel's bane?!" Gwyneth shouted. "Keep your teeth together. Everybody out. Let's push!" Hrollaug jumped down on to the rocks and started to push.

Suddenly, another large object could be seen approaching from the distance. From out of the great chill came what looked like an avalanche from the mountains. A huge cloudy mist started to close in on the viking settlement as a large blanket of snow started to cover the area. As it approached the viking village, suddenly a dragon's head appeared from out of the mist. Then the dragon's neck, and finally the Taiyou and the Vikings would see the whole creature. It was a dragon ship, the largest one the vikings had ever built. Hrollaug had daringly sailed it down the mountainside and towards the bay area. As the ship slid across the blanket of snow, one could make out a crew of about a hundred or more vikings. They were being led by Hrollaug, and by Gwyneth the shield-maiden, who shot a whistling arrow towards the invading knights, jumping on to the tower as soon as the large sailing vessel ploughed into Iskjerne's outer wall.

The setting changes from Kadota Peaks to Empyrean Sea Beach

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Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: The Ulfhednar Character Portrait: Eras Character Portrait: Toh Shirong Character Portrait: Spaniard
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A rumble came from the south.

It was a low hum beneath the soil, barely enough to constitute readings of a true quake. The unsettling thing about the rumble was the length for which it did last. Three entire days the rumble persisted. On the third and final day, there was a noticeable shift in the air. The magical entropy, growing across the lands of Gaia, was felt to the reaches of the lands.

From the north seeped in a chill.
It wasn't cold enough to cause snow, but the sea darkened, and the sky to the north and south had building clouds. Rain closed in from the horizon. It barreled towards the settlement, a rolling mass of gray.

The setting changes from Empyrean Sea Beach to Exalted Mountains

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Character Portrait: Nealaphh Character Portrait: Highlord Dorant Magthulia Character Portrait: Brishen Character Portrait: Torggrim Argaald Character Portrait: Elder Kardal Steelheart Character Portrait: Thane Riak Steelheart Character Portrait: Eras Character Portrait: Aetheria Moonblade Character Portrait: Sireth Character Portrait: Kadessa Confederation
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The rain continued, the dark skies seeming to have no end. Every now and again a clap of thunder, a flash of lighting, but the purpose of the rain was not to bring the doom and gloom - though it did help. All throughout Gaia, ages ago, seeds had been planted. Seeds which would wait for the great waters to return before they would bud unto this realm. Eras flexed his glory.

A great rumble grew from beneath the Exalted Mountains. Here, though still so subtle the humans were less to notice, it permeated most strong. Some of the bridges, sturdy as they were, vibrated from the rumbling. It seemed the floating rocks themselves as well had taken on a new life.

Eras looked down on the Kingdom of Skyfall, confident he had within his grasp the pitiful humans and their worldly toils. Half of them didn't even believe in dragons! He turned his attention elsewhere as rains poured into the lesser valleys of the Exalted Mountains. Sooner than later , places would begin to flood.

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When the catastrophe struck in the Exalted Mountains, an ancient dragon come to commune, the great Valley of Dorant was created. Many tunnels were crushed, cave systems ruined- just as many were created and revealed. Pockets of crystal became easier to access, attracting local miners and boosting certain economies.

A great cloud rolled across Gaia, a chill sweeping in from the north. Not many took to notice, considering it to be a rare spell of bad weather. That is, until a great rumble could be sensed beneath the mountains. Here, in the Valley of Dorant, those on the surface could truly feel. The trees began to whisper to one another about a stirring deep beneath their roots. The skies opened, and the rains poured down on the Valley of Dorant. It was rain colder than it had ever been before. Some of the trees, survivors who managed to cling to life and recover from Dorant's visit, remembered.

Static began to build in the center of the valley. Unlike the static in the Golden Vale, this gathered up high to form an illuminate brilliance. A slice of lighting struck down at the centerzz z z z z z z z z z z z z z z a p !leaving a ring of fire. As the smoke began to clear, in the center of the ring something stuck out from the ground. Despite the rains, the ring of fire persisted, though the dazzling light soon dissipated back into the clouds.

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The planet by this point was mostly obscured with clouds and storms. The had rolled in starting from two places unseemingly connected; somewhere in the Weargtooth Mountains, as well as the Exalted Mountains. Before long Gaia transformed from a green globe to a gray one.

Lightning spidered across the planet to strike somewhere on Siv'en. It spidered again to strike, this time over in the Kadota Peaks. Again the lightning struck up in the Weargtooth Mountains. Purple sparks beneath the clouds sprung up for an instant over what was north Ellaria beneath the clouds.

A force grew stronger across Gaia, and as it did another force weakened. There was a quake - though barely able to be sensed, something deep beneath the ground stirred in Siv'en. The clouds there illuminated, sky breaking for a moment to reveal a valley bathed in light, before a great flash and the light dissipated, dark skies again closing in to obscure the view.

The dead star Eras shifted ever so slightly. Nobody but the greatest mappers of these stars, having had tracked them for a millennia or more, would notice anything irregular about the movement. It was slightly, oh so slightly, faster than usual. Eras's great mass moved fully into position, placing the great Soja directly between the dead star and the planet. With this stellar line formed, Eras' power could truly grow. The magical nature of the Chousin called to Eras, well within his grasp. He tested the waters, pulling power from the Chousin as he did the stones of the Iskjerne Viking settlers, of the Taiyou weapons, of the Whispering Woods and the Bez Daha Trees. He took a little sip, and liked what he tasted, and went to draw more.

Gaia called to the champions. Time was running out.

The setting changes from Gaia to Empyrean Sea Beach

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#, as written by Sigurd
Sjonn the Skald was just finishing one of his poems about the Battle of Bravellir when suddenly the rock he was sitting on began to vibrate. He stopped playing his lyre and looked down at the ground in front of him, noticing that the ground was moving. The other vikings at the Empyrean Sea Beach settlement would experience the same shakey feeling, accompanied by a very feint humming sound which seemed to come from underneath. "Loki's bellowing," Furdørn whispered, everyone stopping to listen closely to the low pitched feint rumbling. It wasn't the first time the vikings had encountered an earth tremor. But what was odd about this particular tremor was the length of its duration. For three long days Hethel's men encountered this phenomenon, until finally one day it stopped.

"Praise the gods, it stopped!" Stryder Alvirsson shouted with a sigh of relief. "What was that?" Engöll Corysson asked. "We will soon find out, I am sure" Jarl Hethel answered calmly. Furdørn would wrap the bearhide blanket around himself, looking at the others quietly. "Hey, does anyone feel that?" Sjonn said as he walked into the mead hall with a smile, removing his snow cap. "Ay, the bellowing has stopped" Stryder said. "No, I mean the air, do you feel how cold it is?" Sjonn set down his lyre, grabbed a log and threw it on top of the central fireplace before sitting on the ground in front of it. "Sjonn is right, the air grows colder" Furdørn commented. Hethel Svensson stood up and walked over to the window, looking out over the beach. "Dark clouds seep in from the north. It's going to rain" he said quietly, hitting his weed pipe. "Good, maybe I'll finally get some sleep" Furdørn said, rolling over and closing his eyes.

Engöll stood up and walked over to Hethel, resting his hand on his shoulder. "I will stand watch with you tonight" he said, looking out the window at the barreling dark clouds rolling in over the sea. The vikings made preparations and prepared the best they could. They put the animals in the manger and horse stocks, and dressed appropriately for the weather, as most of them had brought warm clothes and waterproof leather hides aboard the dragonship. Soon the winds picked up and a drop in temperature came with the misty rains. The vikings had all gathered together in the great mead hall, where they waited for the storm to pass.

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Urakena had noticed the lingering of winter weather even as the summer was supposed to be setting in. The clouds persisted for months dropping rain across the lands and the seas of Gaia. The magic slowly drained. It seemed to be going somewhere on Siv'en, but Urakena couldn't be too sure.

It was when the rumble began that she knew something major was amiss, as well as what was going on. Fear struck deep into her heart. She made pace for the coast of Siv'en. There, a settlement had erected. She watched from afar, when suddenly the rumble stopped. Knowing this was a worse sign Urakena decided to act.

A ripple moved through the sea. On the coast, a safe distance from the settlement, a small surge lapped up on the sands. When the water retreated, the head of a great sea serpent emerged. Though her head was as tall as three of the adult people standing atop one another, she didn't give off an air of hostility.

Instead, she cast great blue eyes upon the people milling about. She calmly watched them and waited for them to notice her.

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#, as written by Sigurd
During the darker hour in the midst of the rainstorm, the wolfshirted warriors found time to relax. Many of them were motionlessly laying about in the great hall, the only sounds being the occasional snoring produced by Furdørn the Wise and others sleeping around him. The vikings didn't have individual houses like many other people had. Instead, they all slept in the great hall, a large building which accomodated all of them. Everyone was laying about on the floor on different blankets, all of them sleeping around a dimly lit central fireplace as Hethel and Engöll stood guard. Hethel himself had started to doze off, but a sudden chill awakened him. He seemed startled and slightly disoriented, as if by some unreal nightmare he was having.

Engöll was still awake as he walked over and sat down next to him near the window, offering the jarl a cup of hot tea. Hethel took the cup and nodded, taking a sip of the much needed sustenance. "It's still raining," Hethel said, peering out of the window towards the shore. "Ay, since this morning" Engöll replied. "And the clouds appear darker with each passing hour" Engöll added, looking out towards the sky. "What do you think it all means?" He asked. "Something, nothing, who knows?" Hethel replied, taking another hot sip of tea. He wasn't concerned with the strange weather at that moment. Hethel's mind was elsewhere thinking, when suddenly he spotted something in the water which looked like a surging wave.

"What's that?" he asked, setting the cup of tea on the table. Engöll would glance towards the shore as suddenly, a large monstrous head of a serpent appeared from out of the waves. It appeared to be another dragon, something these particular vikings had seen many times before. Sometimes their encounters were peaceful, but often times the vikings had been forced to defend their ships from the large winged creatures, making it difficult for them to decipher friend from foe in such trying times. But the beastie seemed to just poke its head out and snoop around without posing any real threat to the vikings. Hethel and Engöll stared at her quietly for a long time, trying to decide whether or not Urakena was a real thing, or whether she was just a ghostly apparition in the waves.

After some time of watching her, Hethel and Engöll decided that she wasn't a mirage, but an actual figure in the water. "What should we do about this?" Engöll whispered. "What can we do?" Hethel responded, turning to look around the hall at all his sleeping warriors. "It looks like it's waiting for something," Engöll whispered. "It's probably just hungry. Go out there and feed it, will ya?" Hethel said with a smile. Engöll didn't find the comment funny. Nor was it intended to be, for Hethel was being serious. Engöll just shook his head. "Why can't you have Stryder feed it?" he procrastinated. "Stryder's asleep. Why, are you scared?" Hethel nudged. Engöll just gazed at Urakena's bright blue eyes with awe and disbelief. Hethel sighed and stood up, grabbing his spear. "Fine, I'll go feed it" he said as he stepped quietly around all the sleeping vikings and towards the main doors. "If I get eaten, stay inside" he said before wrapping his wool cloak around himself and stepping out into the cold.

Within a few minutes, Hethel would fetch one of the wild horses from the stables and walk it down to the beach. To his surprise, Urakena was still there. Hethel stood on the high point at the top of the shore and gazed at the monster from a distance, her head alone being three times larger than Hethel's entire body. He held a spear and lit torch in one hand, and a rope in the other which he had tied to the horse. Hethel would stand there quietly, unmoving, waiting for the dragon to emerge from the water and approach him. All the while, Engöll watched silently from the window inside the great hall. He was nervous, moreso even than Hethel himself as he waited to see what would happen next.

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This strange turn in the weather and the slight drain she had be feeling in her magic had caused Aquari to make her way back to the sea. She hoped someone in her home village would know what was going on. As she came closer to the sea a fear came over her as she saw the storms and waves... She hoped that her village was still safe.

Aquari wondered on more until she caught sight of strange ships and buildings along the coast. She slipped into the taller grass before the dunes and kept low so that hopefully no one would notice her. It was then that she felt her Blue Sea Dragoon stone warm and saw a slight glow of blue from the pouch it was held in.

There must be a dragon here Aquari reasoned.

Slowly she made her way towards the strange settlement and closer to the dragon she sensed nearby.

The setting changes from Empyrean Sea Beach to Dorant Valley

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Psychoportation of a soft speck of servitor in coal-skin through the Way network to Gaia was expensive to Myrkul but both creatures were ever curious. Adolefactus as Spud's architect needed regular examinations, in any case, to see how the isolated servitor handled a metaphysically isolated realm the new psi-seed was for. Serpentine wobbles down walls along the deep crater and a few ten-meter falls showed a particularly dauntless curiosity. That its head ended buried the antlers rammed into stone yet proved otherwise largely unharmed. Spud chewed at interesting things swishing its long pointed red tail around its feet. The spine a similar glow as pumping gills exhaled component elements and excess aether. Folded crimson space of a disjoining engine used as the stomach destroyed low entropy objects to spit out constituent parts. Most of the magic spud could not store simply vented to aether. The best effort of native psionic creatures to make organic life he had thumping organs, small brass clockwork cubes, fibrous fluid sacks of interconnected motes, all next to layers of sparkling white silt where fat might be in meatier creatures. Just enough that one with detailed awareness could tell its makers found organics inherently foreign.

As the red light tore and fissured a plant in his small stubby hands stuffed into his mouth they hung out then fell as the lightning hit. Mouthful of flowers forgotten as the power and thunder washed over spalled white silt from leathery coal-grey skin. All four ears straining upward to listen. The flowers shuddered then fell away as the antlers atop Spud's head flared into flower petals.

Flashlight-mouth beamed joy along with the red beacon under its wide flat-black eyes, "BOOM! BIG BOOM!"

Little velcro-slaps of a four-legged dash moved down the chasm toward the ring of fire.

The setting changes from Dorant Valley to Iskjerne Bay

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Character Portrait: Yoko Kayabuki Character Portrait: Shimizu Takayama Character Portrait: Sigurd Hring Character Portrait: Seno Miyagi Character Portrait: Yukiko Takayama Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Takao Eguchi Character Portrait: Eras
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The great shadow centered, stopping it's slow shift. To the south, no longer shone a light. Chaos brewed, and where chaos brewed, strength drew to Eras.

The stones powering viking weapons grew weaker still. The spirit of the foreign blade breached, yet to truly be tapped. It had the same signatures as that which loomed above. Alien power.

Eras grinned as the other frowned, unable to do little more.

A great clap of thunder shook the Weargtooth Mountains.

The setting changes from Iskjerne Bay to Ellaria

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Character Portrait: Legion of Shadows Character Portrait: Sigurd Hring Character Portrait: Seno Miyagi Character Portrait: Yukiko Takayama Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Takao Eguchi Character Portrait: Eras Character Portrait: Zhou 'Spud' Myrkul Character Portrait: Sinfrost
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It would seem to be a dream. The top of the clouds, facing space and beyond, took the faintest bout of pink around the edges. Eras, the dead star, was slightly off position behind the massive structure looming beyond Gaia's atmosphere. To the closest observer, they may notice the dead star beginning again to glow.

The setting changes from Ellaria to Gaia

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Character Portrait: Shimizu Takayama Character Portrait: Imperial Taiyou Navy Character Portrait: Gary Mandolera Character Portrait: Alistair Nahan Character Portrait: Houpetorlivaij Character Portrait: Karasaad Vidathari Character Portrait: Medya Character Portrait: The Precursor Character Portrait: Zeblithtlar Character Portrait: Robbie Wings Character Portrait: Eras Character Portrait: Jess Thresher Character Portrait: Jack Krutz Character Portrait: Paul-Henri Chevalier Character Portrait: Saxom Character Portrait: Brickel Character Portrait: Ry'nn Traeger Character Portrait: Sol and Ebony Character Portrait: Axinn Sparkcross Character Portrait: The World Spirit Of Gaia Character Portrait: Sol Siegmund Character Portrait: Demi Edenhelm Character Portrait: Ferno Vlade Character Portrait: The GM Character Portrait: Orion Draketh Character Portrait: Ealan Character Portrait: Mikhail Kahldmek Character Portrait: Morim Ithlond Character Portrait: Sagittae Character Portrait: Emys'i Character Portrait: Rham Character Portrait: Elysia Character Portrait: Axinn
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Eras finished his great move. In position, the dead star continued to drain life from the forces of spirit, magic, and power surrounding Gaia. The great alien structure was a main target for Eras. As he drew from the Taiyou ship, drew from the Viking's forged stones, drew from Gaia herself, and the sword far below, Eras grinned.

It was very faint, but a new light emerged in the sky. Not so much new as newly awakened.

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The great dead star began to glow. Unnoticeable to the naked eye, however Ellaria on Gaia far below saw a pink hue about the edges of the clouds obscuring the continent.

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Something approached the ring of fire. As the something drew close, the ring turned white hot. Blinding flames licked at the sky. There were whispers coming out from the fire, a woman's voice, soft...
THE END STIRS FROM THE DEPTHS OF WHERE BURIED IN TIMES LONG PAST BENEATH THIS EARTHEN PLANE
AS THE NORTH GROWS PINK AS THE DEAD BREATHE AGAIN
PROVE WORTH OF SELF THROUGH CLEANSE OF STARLIGHT
LOOK FOR THE HALF TRUTHS BEYOND THE SKIESARE YOU THE ONE WHO WILL DEFEND THE VALE?
Again the sky lit up with lightning, the rains stopping abruptly though the cloud above remained. Far to the north, the horizon was the faintest of pinks.