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Urakena

Beautiful sea dragon with bioluminescent edges

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

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Dragons, drakes, and all of the lizardesque beasties on the planet Gaia

Description

Urakena stirs

So begins...

Urakena's Story

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Character Portrait: Terem Character Portrait: Urakena

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#, as written by Ikiros
Crusing softly above the cool seas was a white dragon, her wings flared wide to catch the stiff, sure sea breezes. She'd always loved flying, and considering she had a knack for it, there was no reason why she would ever want to do something else. It was almost like she could stay aloft forever, if she chose to.

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Character Portrait: Terem Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Smuxo

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Urakena skipped across the cold seas, which were gloriously calm. Plunging to and from the waters the great sea dragon got it's kicks. Up above, Urakena noticed a beautiful white dragon.

Good day to you, stream of cloud!
Urakena thought-sang to the white dragon.

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Character Portrait: Terem Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Smuxo

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#, as written by Ikiros
The sudden thought coming from below caused Terem a moment of concern. it wasn't often her mind was touched in such ways. Looking below, she saw the undulating form of one of her oceanic kin. With a bugled, wordless greeting in return, the dragoness tipped forward and tucked her wings, plummeting from the sky.

A hundred feet above the water, her wings flared wide, smashing the air below her into a compact enough mass to slow her from her dive as she pulled more level. As her altitude got lower, she eventually grabbed at the wave tops with her claws, if only briefly.

"Greetings to you, Serpent." While not inherently offensive, Terem's voice had a slightly aristocratic tone to it, and was ever so slightly cold.

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Character Portrait: Terem Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Smuxo

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#, as written by TheHaze
The kobold didn't have wings. Or fins. Or stature. Or anything approaching majesty and certainly not splendor She had a boat. A tiny, leaky, creaky boat, that was currently doing everything possible not to work. The pressure was all off, the reservoir was leaking worse than that wall next her berth, and someone had nicked her oars. She was stuck.

One would imagine fixing a steamboat would be difficult, seeing as they were generally wonderful constructions of brass and mahogany, churning the water with great paddles and laughing the face of the strongest gales. Luckily for her, that was not the case with her boat. Unluckily, it was because it was little more than a rowboat fitted with a homemade steam engine made from stolen copper cookware. She was tiny and a kobold. It wasn't her fault. She slept in a covered lobster trap, for Scale's sake. Humans were just too big, that was all. And racist. And stingy.

When the glorious pair of dragons showed up, however, she just sighed. She was covered in soot, singed, and against all biological constraints, sweaty. Forget it. The engine would be there in a few hours.

Smuxo sat on an empty barrel, gnawed the cork off of a musty bottle, and watched the dragons. The real ones. She sighed again, tossing her homemade goggles onto a pile of scrap and crude tools. The engine gave off a little spurt of steam.

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Character Portrait: Terem Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Smuxo

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On the serpentine dragon's radar was a vessel of strange design. It wasn't entirely foreign, but expertly designed from poseidon knew what, all copper and petite- yet rugged and decrepit. What was the strange vessel? It even seemed to breathe, kind of.

It was dying.

Urakena swam towards the vessel, a great ripple.

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Character Portrait: Terem Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Smuxo

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A tide had changed across the seas. The entropy of magic across Gaia was felt deep in the depths. It was as if there was a leak somewhere. Where was the magic going? Silently the sea wailed.

Urakena felt this shift; the serpentine dragon had been feeling it for a while, but now it was more prominent than ever.

The setting changes from empyrean-high-seas to Empyrean Sea Beach

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Character Portrait: Toh Shirong Character Portrait: Spaniard Character Portrait: The Ulfhednar Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Eras

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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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Character Portrait: Toh Shirong Character Portrait: Spaniard Character Portrait: The Ulfhednar Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Eras

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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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Character Portrait: Toh Shirong Character Portrait: Spaniard Character Portrait: Aquari Character Portrait: The Ulfhednar Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Eras

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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.

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Character Portrait: Aquari Character Portrait: The Ulfhednar Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings

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Urakena raised her great head from the waves, extending her serpentine neck so that the ocean cascaded off of her scales. She extended forward, but not too far, and gave Hethel and the horse a gentle sniff. Just beyond the dunes Urakena sensed another presence. Nobody here, it would seem, meant her any harm. A sign better than any of the others she had received as of late. As she rose her head and neck above the waters, Urakena exhaled a mist onto the beach, breathing deep the airs of Siv'en for the first time in a long time. She flexed her talons in the wet sand, enjoying the sinking feeling that came as the waves washed back over her shoulders and out to sea. However she had little time to enjoy such things. She came here for a reason, and wasn't soon to forget it.

The edges of her scales glowed faint in the dimmed daylight. Beneath the surface of the water Urakena's bioluminescence rippled into effect. The waves cast an aurora of light on the beach surrounding Hethel and his horse, having magnified Urakena's blue-and-green projections. She turned her head ever so slightly to look beyond Hethel and his village, beyond the dunes, to the Vale and what lied beyond. On the horizon, for a moment, the sky had turned white.

In that moment, a prophecy had been fulfilled. Urakena directed her attention back to Hethel in the dancing lights. Her voice was a deep cut with a whisper, like hot magma folding, steam rising into a boiling sea. Her voice rolled into the dunes and coastal grass, but the wind cut it off before it could carry too far. She was sure to speak so the hiding figure could hear.

"The sky has broken, child of man."

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Character Portrait: Aquari Character Portrait: The Ulfhednar Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings

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Urakena raised her great head from the waves, extending her serpentine neck so that the ocean cascaded off of her scales. Hethel was a statue, raising his head to look up at the enormous creature as she extended her neck, towering over him. Even the large white horse that Hethel brought with him now seemed dwarfed by the dragon's size, and yet even now she had not fully emerged from the waters. She extended forward, but not too far, and gave Hethel and his horse a gentle sniff. As gentle as one could be with nostrils the size of the viking jarl's head. Hethel stiffened his back and remained steady, gazing into Urakena's large blue eyes.

As she rose her head and neck above the waters, Urakena exhaled a mist onto the beach, breathing deep the airs of Siv'en for the first time in a long time. The horse was shaken a bit with fear as Hethel Svensson's long flowing hair was blown back by the dragon's hot breath, but the jarl kept his composure and did not move an inch. He gazed up at her, marveling at the beastie's bioluminescent colors as the water near the shore started flickering and glowing around her; purple, blue and green scales shimmering beneath the surface. This was a different kind of sea dragon from the other ones Hethel had seen. She was very horse-like and leafy with colorful appendages, having strange fans or fins which made her difficult to identify. Her body was wavy and serpentine, almost transparent, and she had glowing bright blue ridges which gave her a sort of magical illuminating presence.

Nearby, and unbeknownst to the vikings, there was another presence in the midst. For nearby behind them in the tall grass, hiding within one of the sand dunes was a small female sea elf, watching the lone viking and the giant dragon on the beach as they looked eye to eye with one another. Aquari became increasingly curious as she made her way towards the strange settlement and closer to the dragon. The edges of Urakena's scales glowed faintly in the dimmed daylight. Beneath the surface of the water Urakena's bioluminescence rippled into effect. The waves cast an aurora of light on the beach surrounding Hethel and his horse, having magnified Urakena's blue-and-green projections.

"The sky has broken, child of man" the dragon said mysteriously, her low pitched voice being very soft yet still enough to echo over Hethel's shoulders as he gazed up at her in bewilderment. "Broken?" Hethel called out, almost shouting so that the giant monster could hear him. "What do you mean the sky has broken?" he shouted, his Nordic accent still not as loud as the dragon's whisper. The flame on his torch would flicker as the dragon exhaled, causing Hethel to sway slightly. He would raise the torch in front of him to get a better view of Urakena, the reflection of the yellow fire glinting off of her large blue eyes as she peered over him into the horizon.

Engöll was still watching the encounter from the window of the great hall. The thick wooden beams supporting the walls were enough to muffle whatever the dragon and the jarl were saying, but Engöll could see that they were saying something, just by the way that Hethel was moving. The rest of the vikings in the great hall were still sound asleep, but Engöll kept a watchful eye, mentally preparing for the worst. Still, there seemed to be no sign of any danger to the viking settlement, at least for the moment.

As the sun peaked through the dark clouds, a golden ray of light seemed to hover over the beach. The whole sighting was majestic, almost surreal in that moment as Hethel tightened his grip on the horse's reigns, stopping the wild animal from bucking at the sight of the dragon as she moved. That was the very reason Hethel never mounted the horse to begin with, foreseeing that it might get spooked easily by the dragon's very nature. At that minute, something else crossed the jarl's mind. He was standing face to face with a dragon, something few vikings had ever been privy to, and for a brief second Hethel wondered what the monster felt like to touch. He didn't dare to try, however, instead thrusting his spear into the ground and wrapping the horse's reigns around it. It was a pure white stallion, wild and without blemish. The vikings themselves rode different horses, but this particular one had been set aside for just an occassion such as this. Wild horses were used by the vikings for sacrificial and ritualistic purposes. This horse was specifically bred for the slaughter, a very ancient tradition that was still being practiced by the vikings even now.

After tying the horse off to the spear in the ground, Hethel slowly stepped back. He wasn't sure if Urakena would accept the offering or not, but the gesture of hospitality was important to Hethel, and appeasing to the gods. It was the viking way, and very often the vikings would leave offerings for the gods and land spirits. To them it was the gebo effect, an act of giving, as sacred to them as life itself. Hethel stood by quietly, watching the dragon with caution.

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Character Portrait: Aquari Character Portrait: The Ulfhednar Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings

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Aquari couldn't help but stare up in awe as the sky flashed white. What did this mean?

"The sky has broken, child of man." came the dragon's words almost at the same time as the light in the sky.

Sky has broken? How can the sky break? The words confused Aquari. Why in the hells did dragons have to be so damn cryptic all the time?

It seemed that the man echoed her thoughts into words as he spoke with the strange seahorse looking dragon. Aquari crept closer to better and see what was going on. The strange man it seemed was offering his horse to the dragon. Some sort of peace offering or perhaps a eat my horse and not me type of thing.

Aquari shrugged off the thought for now as she crept forward staying in the shadows of one of the buildings and below any windows just in case others like the man on the beach where watching. Though she figured the dragon could sense her Aquari wasn't sure it was safe to show herself quite yet.

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Character Portrait: Aquari Character Portrait: The Ulfhednar Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings

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Urakena glanced at the small woman as she crept closer along the beach. Her eyes did not linger; the woman was not perceived to be a threat. The sea dragon returned her attention to Hethel. She brought her great maw, though yet closed, closer to Hethel and the white horse. Urakena regarded the viking again. She looked him over closely, seeming to look through him, down to the depths of his life force.

From the belly of the dragon, a soft hum. Urakena closed her eyes. Her scales rippled with light again, dazzlingly brilliant for an entire moment. As they faded to their normal glow she opened her eyes again to gaze down upon Hethel. There was something changed about those eyes. For a moment lightning seemed to dance behind them.

The waters of the Empyrean sea frothed as, in one fluid motion, Urakena unhinged her jaw to close it over the white horse. She reared back and again regarded Hethel, and swallowed. For another long moment the sea dragon and Hethel stood as such.

The offer had been accepted.

Urakena began to descend into the sea. The waves churned and crashed over her form as it plunged back into the depths. She let out another sigh. Bubbles and foam boiled out from her face forming a little puff atop the waves. As the last of Urakena disappeared below the crashing waves a cloud of stark white seafoam floated to shore; and while the bubbles would first reach Hethel, it was not for he they were intended. Within the mass lie something unable to be grasped by any other than a being blessed by a sea dragon.

However the sacrifice of the Vikings did not go unnoticed by the stars, or forgotten. In the sky a cloud formed, taking the shape of a great white horse. It pranced in a circle, lightning hoof-prints and a great neigh of thunder, before taking off south towards the Exalted Mountains- towards where the sky lit up so brilliantly just minutes before. A chill blew in from the north, on it's breath a name, Hethel.

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Character Portrait: Aquari Character Portrait: The Ulfhednar Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings

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Urakena glanced at the small woman as she crept closer along the beach. Her eyes did not linger; the woman was not perceived to be a threat. The sea dragon returned her attention to Hethel, who did not appear to notice Aquari as she crept closer behind him. Hethel watched speechlessly as Urakena suddenly devoured the wild horse right in front of him. The unwitting stallion didn't even know what had hit him as the serpent seemed to swallow him whole with one quick snatch, breaking the horse's reigns over the mighty spear shaft. Hethel was stunned, and could only watch as she descended back into the waves, followed by a splurge of bubbles.

All of a sudden, Hethel thought he heard someone call his name from the distance. He turned to look around at the great hall, just one blink after Aquari hit the ground to hide in the tall grass just outside the outer wall which enclosed the viking jarldom. Hethel never saw her. At that point, a great white cloud formed taking the shape of a storming horse. It pranced in a circle, lightning hoof-prints and a great neigh of thunder, before taking off south towards the Exalted Mountains and towards the sky. Hethel could feel a slight chill moving in from the north as he peered up towards the white sky, deciding at that moment that he should leave the settlement and go up into the mountains.

Engöll watched with relief as the sea dragon descended back into the water. It was at that moment that he spotted something else from the window of the great hall. There hiding in the shadows crawling around the outside sheds was what appeared to Engöll to be a young girl, or at the very least, a short woman. She seemed to be snooping around, and to him she looked to be sneaking around the settlement. Engöll watched Aquari quietly, taking a sip of hot tea before setting his cup down on the table and turning to look at the bow and quiver on the wall above the hall entrance.

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Character Portrait: Lord Bandos Character Portrait: Robbie Wings Character Portrait: Emys'i Character Portrait: Jess Thresher Character Portrait: Axinn Sparkcross Character Portrait: Thad Mulchrone Character Portrait: Mokou Character Portrait: Sora Uchiha Character Portrait: "Spaniard" Character Portrait: Sayanne Grace Hurra Character Portrait: Duri Golzar Character Portrait: Isla the Tribble Character Portrait: Toh Shirong Character Portrait: Yoshiaki Saito Character Portrait: Maegan Davenport Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Echo Wolf (Alex*)

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 “ Who am I? you may ask, and this is what I shall tell you;
I am your Guide, Your Omen, Your Guardian, I am your Follower, Your Leader, Your Protector, I am in your Nightmares, yet you love me to your hearts content, I am Afraid, yet strong. I am the Echo Wolf ”

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Character Portrait: Lord Bandos Character Portrait: Robbie Wings Character Portrait: Emys'i Character Portrait: Jess Thresher Character Portrait: Axinn Sparkcross Character Portrait: Thad Mulchrone Character Portrait: Mokou Character Portrait: Sora Uchiha Character Portrait: "Spaniard" Character Portrait: Sayanne Grace Hurra Character Portrait: Duri Golzar Character Portrait: Isla the Tribble Character Portrait: Toh Shirong Character Portrait: Yoshiaki Saito Character Portrait: Maegan Davenport Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Echo Wolf (Alex*)

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Echo Wolf (Alex*) Wanders Around

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Character Portrait: Lord Bandos Character Portrait: Robbie Wings Character Portrait: Emys'i Character Portrait: Jess Thresher Character Portrait: Axinn Sparkcross Character Portrait: Thad Mulchrone Character Portrait: Mokou Character Portrait: Sora Uchiha Character Portrait: "Spaniard" Character Portrait: Sayanne Grace Hurra Character Portrait: Duri Golzar Character Portrait: Isla the Tribble Character Portrait: Toh Shirong Character Portrait: Yoshiaki Saito Character Portrait: Maegan Davenport Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Echo Wolf (Alex*)

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 “ Hmm.... Where are all of those Humans I saw Earlier.... ”

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Character Portrait: Aquari Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Echo Wolf (Alex*)

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Aquari's jaw dropped when she saw the Sea Dragon eat the horse in one fell gulp. Such power... What happened next was a bit confusing to Aquari. The dragon left almost as soon as it had come and it was replaced by a cloudy horse that seemed to catch the man on the beach's gaze.

Now is the time too move Aquari thought looking to the sea.

Aquari started to move when she noticed some kind of creature a ways off a wolf perhaps. It was talking and seemingly looking for something or someone.. Hoping it would catch the attention of the village she scurried out keeping low and heading towards the sea foam unawares that someone was watching her every move.

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Character Portrait: Aquari Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Echo Wolf (Alex*)

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Hethel could feel a slight chill moving in from the north as he peered up towards the white sky, deciding at that moment that he should leave the settlement and go up into the mountains. Engöll watched Aquari quietly, taking a sip of hot tea before setting his cup down on the table and turning to look at the bow and quiver on the wall above the hall entrance. Aquari the sea elf was unaware that she was being watched as she headed down towards the water, but soon Engöll would step out of the great hall and exit the main gate, following close behind her elven footprints in the sand. Meanwhile, Hethel would make his way back up the bank towards the ringfort, using his long spear as a walking staff as he headed towards the viking fortress.

Aquari kept low as she tried to go unseen, but Engöll was already on to her presence. He followed downwind, his strong sense of smell detecting her scent in the high grass as he followed her tracks on the ground. At that moment he also caught another strong scent, and one that was quite familiar to the ulfhednar. It was a lone wolf, a common animal in these parts, and one that the wolfcoats could relate to. The vikings on the Empyrean Sea Beach were all members of the ulfhednar, a cult of pack hunters who lived, breathed, ate, slept and even sometimes looked or acted like wild wolves. Engöll himself was wearing a grey wolf's pelt as he sank low, crawling on all fours through the tall grass in an effort to sneak up quietly on the elf in his sights. To the unweary traveller, Engöll himself would appear like just another wolf in the area.

But after a few minutes of following Aquari silently, Engöll got close enough to see his target in full view. It was at that instant that he caught a glimpse of Aquari's face for the first time through the tall grass. To his dismay, however, she did not appear to be threatening to the settlement in any way. Still, he had to find out why she had been snooping around the tool sheds, acting so suspicious. Engöll took a deep breath, notched an arrow to his bow, closed one eye and drew back his bowstring. "Stöðvaðu, ekki hreyfa þig" he said, stepping forward from out of the tall grass about nine yards away from Aquari, keeping the bow and arrow aimed at her torso.

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Character Portrait: Aquari Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Echo Wolf (Alex*)

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Unusually enough, the stark white seafoam mass stayed upon the sands when the rest of the sea retreated. It picked up on the wind and floated. Small little distances. No more than a meter or two at a time. There it bobbled and swayed towards the sea elf. It caught a gust and rose up higher than the heads of Hethel and Aquari. It slowly floated down just as again lightning coursed through the sky, illuminating something within the sea foam.

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Character Portrait: Aquari Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Iskjerne Vikings Character Portrait: Echo Wolf (Alex*)

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Aquari had been too focused on whatever was calling her toward the sea where the dragon had been that she almost didn't sense the viking coming up behind her. She silently cursed herself for not paying attention as she turned around to see the viking with a bow and arrow pointed at her. He spoke some strange words that made no sense to her at all.

Aquari looked to the sea and then back at the viking. She could make it she was sure. She thought of the trident on her back or the sword on her hip... no would be too slow. The blue stone in her bag pulsed as if it sensed the danger and was ready for it's power to be released...

Aquari though took a step back raising her hands before her she said. "I mean you no harm i was only trying for the sea...unseen..."

The setting changes from empyrean-sea to Tartarean High Seas

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Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Tartarea

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As the storm raged in the Empyrean seas, the Wyrm's gleeful whispers snaking through the waves, Urakena shuddered. The signs were all present and she was not sure all that she could do here under the sea. She was but one dragon. It was then a glimmer of purple shot from somewhere over there, north over the home of the originals.

Urakena followed the periwinkle, knowing the signs when she saw them.

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Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: Tartarea

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As she swam through the celestial lights in the waves, Urakena might have noticed her own glow beginning to fade. It seemed her vibrant blues, as she swam through the purple, were left behind in the light. She grew darker as she went, her beauty fading as if she was sinking.

The setting changes from tartarean-high-seas to Ellarian Tartarean Coast

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Character Portrait: Urakena

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Deep beneath the tides and waves, a great dark form of a dragon drew closer to the coast.

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Character Portrait: Urakena Character Portrait: The Turqoise Dove

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 “ Will you answer the call for the Champions of Gaia? ”