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Solinus Sea Coastline

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a part of The Multiverse, by Remæus.

A pristine beach covered in smooth white sand, freckles by a few large boulders and dozens of assortments of seashells. The beach looks out across the Solinus Sea, a glittering blue, white-capped promise for any adventure-seeking sailor.

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Solinus Sea Coastline

A pristine beach covered in smooth white sand, freckles by a few large boulders and dozens of assortments of seashells. The beach looks out across the Solinus Sea, a glittering blue, white-capped promise for any adventure-seeking sailor.

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Nao Urthalre [29] A High Elf dragon rider who has lost her bonded and wanders the earth aimlessly. After meeting another dragon on perchance, she fell in love with Karo and now the two are bonded for life.
Nebuchadnezzar [27] Come on Den, we got work to do me matie!
Tabitha S [21] ~Crackling boom~ Did'ya miss me?
Chris Braddock [18] "I've come to kick some ass, but I'm all out of ass to kick."
Zeilia [17] Shadow shifts and midnight drifts
Faran'nok [15] No armor can match the scales of a dragon.
Moira Tali [14] "I am here, I am there, I am anything and everything."
Zanarias [4] Mage, swordsmen, and archer all together!
Lisa [3]
Serth Yulsson [2] A young Rider from Feinster who serves as a messenger and apprentice to Master Vrael.

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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He smiled a wolfish grin, his scales crinkling slightly as his skin shifted beneath them. he looked back at Nao while speaking.

He looked back at Auric, his sapphire eyes glinting in the shimmering sunlight. He chuckled softly, the joke obvious, but not meant to offend.

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Character Portrait: Nao Urthalre

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When the subject of her bond with Tikaro had come up in the conversation, Nao lazily smiled and ran a hand along his scales. And such beautiful scales they were too, she thought to herself. They would be the last that she ever laid hands upon.

“Rash would be putting it lightly. We might on twilight shores and were bonded together before the dawn arose,” Nao stated before resting her cheek back down along Tikaro.

“I would not change it for all the clouds in the sky or the stars in the evening, however,” Nao said before letting the two continue on in their conversation.

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Character Portrait: Auric Synod

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"Yes Tikaro, I realize I am only a young dragon, much younger than yourself or Terem." he said, wanting to return to his dragon form but not wanting to make Tikaro feel smaller. "We too did not know each other for long, though I will say you two moved even faster than she did. I met Terem the day i transformed and learned much from her. The next time I saw her i met another dragon and was goaded into fighting him. When it was finished she told me of her thoughts of bonding with me." he said, not willing to say he won the fight because he was sure if it had been real battle he would not have won.

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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He hummed deeply as Nao spoke of how much she valued the bond they shared, his own appreciation reverberating to her mind from his. He wondered just how many of his thoughts she'd been able to read as he'd spoken, several of them were his own thoughts about the night prior and how much he'd enjoyed being bonded once more, even if he had enjoyed his own freedom before.

he asked, the name sounding slightly familiar, though he'd only heard of some of the more notable dragons from the area when others came out to Orak Ma'az to visit family.

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Character Portrait: Nao Urthalre

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Tikaro’s hum put the smile back on Nao’s face. She was more than pleased that she made him content, happy even. Their bond was one made in great haste and one that was definitely not seen coming. But after their first flight together, it almost seemed inevitable that they would remain together for the rest of their eternal lives.

The elf sent her love to him through their bond in all its raw form as she pressed a kiss to his scales. Turning her eyes to Auric, Nao watched him, again not saying a word as to not interrupt their talk.

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Character Portrait: Auric Synod

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"She is a racer yes, I cannot say I have heard any of her nicknames for I have yet to see her race." he said. "Tikaro, I have a great favor to ask of you, I know that when I aided you in breaking your old bond that I did not require payment from one such as yourself I now have a favor to ask. If I may request it, help me to be what I am, I find it hard to read my instincts, they do not speak clearly to me, perhaps because I a half breed." he was lowering his head as he spoke, hating to admit any form of weakness in front of a dragon. "There are times where I feel like a child around Terem, what can I do?"

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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The sudden flush of emotion from Nao caused Tikaro to snort, a short jet of flame flaring to the ground as he coped with it. He looked back at her, almost daring her to try it again, before looking back at Auric.

"Of course I will, though Nao may need to rest on the sands. You will have to fly with me so that i may teach you as I was taught, a manner not shown to those who do not share the blood of our kind. I could always show you the memories and things I have seen, giving you all the knowledge I have, but the help it would provide is not what you need.> He brought his massive head back to Nao's lithe form as she lay upon his scales, his deep blue eyes watching her gently.

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Character Portrait: Nao Urthalre

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“I refuse to be left on the sands while you leave me, Karo. Did I not say that we had to take flight again or I would be even more useless for the day to come,” Nao asked rising up to a sitting position on her bonded. She reached her fingers beneath his scales once more and tickled Tikaro’s hide.

“Besides,” the elf stated while leaning over to look him straight in his great eye, “You know how much I love to fly and it is how we found our bond.” Nao teased the dragon with another snippet of her desire to fly among others before letting out a small laugh. She was far different in bond with Tikaro than she had been when they met, but she was not lacking pleasantness.

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Character Portrait: Auric Synod

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"It is alright, Tikarro, if I may call upon you at a later date when it would be better suited to you." Auric said, smiling as he felt the rush of returning to his dragon form. "I must continue searching for territory to call my own, a place to 'settle down' if you will." he said as he gave the others another bow. After Tikaro had given him his answer he would turn and lower himself to the ground prior to launching himself air born, like he had discovered with Terem, she was smaller and faster in the air but he had more weight and stronger wings, making him harder to jar.

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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Tikaro watched as Auric launched skyward, an impressive sight, even to him. He'd never been very good at flying, himself, and had always wondered what it must be like to have such mastery over the air and oneself withing it. He chuckled deeply before standing once more, looking at Nao's graceful features.

He told her several things as he walked back over the sandstone and into the cave. He promised her that they would fly in a few hours and that afterwards she was free to do as she wished, as he would probably be going out to hunt for fish.

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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The sun was just creeping up over the horizon when Tikaro awoke. He lifted his head from the stones beneath him and pulled his scaly bulk from the cave. He turned to see his mate still curled on the pile of furs he used as a bed, a hum throbbing in his throat.

After only a few moments walk to the cave's entrance, The midnight-blue dragon laid himself back down, watching the sunrise as it warmed his hide. The glittering waves crashing against the shoreline, along with the music of the birds and the rustling of the nearby beach grasses put him at ease. It also, however, brought back memories of his homeland. He looked at the sand and stone around him, a sigh rushing past his maw.

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Character Portrait: Nao Urthalre

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It took only a few seconds for Nao to realize that her bonded’s warmth was no longer beside her. The elf stirred on their palette and pushed herself up halfway. Rubbing an eye and squinting with the other, Nao spotted Karo’s form on the beach with her all-too-keen sight.

She rose and pulled a linen shirt over her body for decency even if it barely covered her lower portions for modesty. She was, after all, an elf and nudity meant nothing to her kind.

Wandering out of the cave, Nao approached Karo with disheveled hair and a sore gait. It took quite a few minutes to reach him from the protest put up by her muscles. The rider would be fine once her limbs warmed up.

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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The dragon turned to look and watch her leave the cave, only knowing she was there due to the sudden feeling of wakefulness that pulsed across their bond from her. The skin around his eyes loosened a bit, the scales separating slightly to reveal his flesh beneath.

He rolled halfway onto his side, much like an overlarge cat, and offered a leg for her to climb up if she wished to sit upon his back. He didn't notice the lack of clothing she wore, as though elves may not care for nudity, there was no such thing among dragons. They were intelligent, but they never stopped realizing that they were animals. Not to mention the fact that to wear clothing would simply hinder the glory of ones scales.

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Character Portrait: Nao Urthalre

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“I always sleep well when you are near, Beloved,” Nao replied with a content smile spreading along her lips. A satisfied sigh followed after the peaceful expression. Nao made way for his head first, reaching up to him and placing her soft hands on his scales. The rider gazed into his eye for a moment before reaching up above her head in a long stretch.

After relieving more tension in her body, Nao walked along Tikaro’s frame and ran a hand along him. She never could resist feeling his texture beneath her fingers no matter they ran across flesh or scale. He was the most beautiful thing she had ever laid eyes on and irresistible to Nao.

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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He stretched his neck out towards the rising sun as her fingers danced down his scales. A soft yowling sound came from his mouth as he stretched, his eyes shut tight as he struggled not to fidget.

He began to laugh, a coughing noise, and then he thumped the ground with his tail.

He thrashed his tail again before snorting out a long tongue of flame against the sand, turning a bit of it into orange-glowing glass.

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Character Portrait: Nao Urthalre

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Nao stopped for a moment and blinked without removing her hands. She watched for a moment as Tikaro squirmed beneath her explorative fingers. There was something oddly humorous about a dragon that was ticklish. Atlas had not shown anything similar before.

“Ticklish, Karo?” Nao purred a melodic note, pleased that her mate was so sensitive to touch. The elven maiden ran her fingers along him again for just a moment longer. Once the teasing had passed, Nao climbed up onto his larger body and sprawled out along the dragon.

“I cannot say that I have ever made acquaintance with a dragon that was ticklish,” Nao said wrinkling her nose at her bonded and with a small laugh.

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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As she finally released him, he snorted out another gout of fire. He shook his head vigorously and then scraped the end of his nose against the sand. He hated sneezing.

He arched his neck and looked back at her as she lay upon his side. He didn't often extend the invitation, as his kin had long ago sealed their borders with an ancient and long-forgotten magic. On the few occasions he'd done so, twice he'd been turned down, the other time he'd never had the chance to make the trip.

He blinked a few times, the sun now fully risen and burning brightly against the pale blue of the ocean sky.

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Character Portrait: Nao Urthalre

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“And you could handle a few days without having to mate with me,” Nao said with an arched brow while holding back her laughter. Silence came while deep thought was commenced. He had offered to take her to see his home—to see other dragons. It was more than an honor and Nao’s emotion for Karo swelled in her heart. The deep and unshakable love the elf had for the dragon was passed into him through bond.

“I would love to see your home and I believe that I am fit enough to ride for more than a day now,” Nao said while admiring the color of his scales. That same peaceful smile lifted the corner of her lips and Karo’s mate placed a kiss on them.

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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If his blush would have shown through the unyielding color of his scales, Tikaro's cheeks would have burned beep red. He coughed once out of embarrassment, then steeled himself and look back at her. Only to have the depth of her love for him crash against his mind like a wave upon rocks.

He hummed out of instinct, vibrating his sides and the ground with enough force to cause the sand to ripple and distort for feet in every direction. As soon as he'd recovered from the sudden swell of emotion, a few gem-like tears rolling from his eyes in happiness, he looked at her again.

He craned his neck back to her and licked her cheek gently, humming and the yawning once.

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Character Portrait: Nao Urthalre

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Nao captured her bottom lip between her pearly white teeth as Tikaro hummed beneath her. It took the elf a moment to regain her breath after having not realized she held it. That had been hardly fair at all, she thought to herself while her brow knitted together. Due to the timing of her sitting up just seconds before the hum, Nao was almost certain that he had done it on purpose.

His words almost did not register in her mind through the images surfacing even if she heard them clearly. Nao’s mind was muddle and corrupted for the short period until Karo’s tongue had graced along her cheek.

The rider opened her eyes and gave him a look that said she knew that he wasn’t innocent in his actions.

“Very well, Beloved. We shall leave after I dress properly to ride.”

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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He grinned a bit and then laid his head back against the sands. He could tell she'd had some thought about him that weren't exactly polite, and although he'd not meant to cause them, he wasn't against her thinking them.


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Character Portrait: Nao Urthalre

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The elf deftly moved off of the dragon and made way for their cave. It did not take her long to pull on her leather leggings, slide her feet into her long boots, and then tug on gloves that would protect from chaffing on the long ride. Nao paused and looked at her swords for a long time. She had not touched them since meeting Tikaro. There was an impulsion to take them with her, but now that she was bonded, there was no need for Nao to carry weapons.

The elf touched them with only the tips of her fingers and let them stay. Nao then made her way out of the cave once more to meet Karo after grabbing a satchel filled with miscellaneous supplies.

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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As his mate dipped back into the cave they called home, Tikaro lifted his bulk from the ground and walked out into the ocean's waves. He waded out into waters deep enough that he could actually swim, and after a few minutes he was snaking his way across the surface of the sea.

He dove deeply, at one point, aiming for a small, sheltered overhang of rock. He got below it and the rose, hi head lifting into an air pocket only large enough for his head and a bit of his neck. With a single motion, he lifted and gem from a small pile, swallowing the foot-long crystal with ease before diving again.

He would have surfaced as Nao came back outside, but he decided that he'd rather not drag himself across the sand once more. Instead of swimming to shore, Tikaro broke the surface of the water and shot into the air, droplets being flung from his wings and body as he made his way skyward. With a single bugle of joy, he made a loop and then landed beside Nao, making sure to keep all but his feet off the ground.

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Character Portrait: Nao Urthalre

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Nao’s heart thumped a little more quick in her chest as she watched her bonded fly across the sky. There was no rider that was more fortunate than herself. As he landed, Nao wasted no time in mounting her mate and she occupied her usual position on top of him. Her knees pressed lightly against his scales and her hips hung loosely to allow their bodies to synchronize when Karo began to move.

“Perhaps …” Nao began as a memory flitted through her mind, “ … you should be more wary of how you take off this time, Karo?” Images of their first flight together flashed through her mind which led to the memories of that night spent together as well.

Nao could not help but to laugh and spread her fingers beneath his scales to touch the flesh beneath.

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Character Portrait: Tikaro

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As she lithely bounded up to her spot between his neck and back, Tikaro chuckled a bit, both mentally and physically. As she though back to their first flight, so too did he. It had been...something else. That was absolutely certain.

He spread his wings out to either side, making sure she wasn't on them, though he shouldn't have worried. She'd been doing this for longer than he knew, and was probably more adept at keeping of his wings then he'd ever be able to do.

Once he was sure she was set to go, he began to jog, then run across the sand. His strides were long, almost like a horse cantering, but as he moved forward down the beach he flapped his wings. After about two hundred yards, He pushed off the ground and pulled his legs up to his body, flying over the sand before lifting himself higher and banking to face the morning sun.