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Kira

This tiefling rogue who cooperates when the price is right!

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a character in “Warriors: Reign”, as played by Writress

So begins...

Kira's Story

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Even in the dark, Kira could see decently. Her dark vision allowed her to see in pitch darkness as if it were merely dim light. She couldn’t make out minute details, but she could make out the rough outline of several other figures hunched over. Some were whimpering, others were resolved to their fate and hunched over defeated. Overall, it was pretty gloomy. Obviously she didn’t let it get to her... the people who imprisioned her really had no idea who she was, otherwise they would’ve known better. She sat calmly and waiting for an opportunity to escape.

She wasn’t frightened, she was bored. If the others around her were more than just humans, they probably would’ve seen she was a devilish looking creature called a tiefling. Although not a true devil, her appearance would often startle the people of this land because tieflings were not very common. It made it hard to blend in to places like humans could, so she got used to using her looks to her advantage.

She heard a shuffling of feet coming from outside the door. A few of the others in the room whimpered and crawled away from the door. Nothing came of it this time, and the sounded of shuffling feet echoed down the hall and faded away into the dark. Kira rolled her eyes and sighed. She had gotten up her hopes that they would’ve opened the door by now, expecting all those inside to be too week to defend themselves.

They would have to come and give food to the humans sometime soon, otherwise they would have a lot of bodies to deal with. She would use that as the moment for her escape.

Until then she would just have to be bored. Even though she was blindfolded on the way in here, she could clearly remember her way back by counting the steps as she traveled in. By the gentle slope downwards, she also knew she must be underground.

She had her route planned out, now it was a waiting game.

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Kira heard the sounds of dangling chains and shuffling feet coming from outside the door. Those inside moved father closer to the back, while Kira tried her best to stay in the most shadowy part of the cave so she could glance at her captures when they opened the door. The sound of clicking could be heard as the intricate locking system fell into place, taking several seconds to fully open. She had seen something like it before; the one who was opening it had to have two physical keys and seven individual combination locks. Something she wouldn’t be able to brute force without the proper tools. She was only able to smuggle a few basic tools in. Nothing to handle that door. She would have to wait until they opened the door, and gauge the situation from there.

Finally the door unlocked to the sound of more whimpering and some frightened cries for help, which were swiftly silenced.

It looks like another ship got captured, Kira thought to herself. She counted at least a dozen more people shuffled into the dark room. The waddled around blindly, tripped over themselves and over rocks strewn across the ground. Kira even saw a few small children. She had a soft spot for children, so that changed things a bit. Before, it was all about her, but now she had to figure out a way to get them out too. Might as well just get everyone out at that point. What a pain.

The captured were gruff looking humans. There seemed to be 7 of them, too much to take on a head on right now. She would have to be patient and hope that they send less guards next time they open the door. It only made sense that they would think as the people grew weaker, they would need less people to guard them.

It looks like it was going to be another long night in this dank, cold cave listening to the sound of crying and whimpering. Such a pain. She was going to enjoy getting out of here. But she knows how to be patient.

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It had been an hour since the newbies had been brought to Kira’s little holding place. Some of the were sitting in small groups holding each other while they cried, others stayed all by themselves. There were a stoic few among them, but most just looked broken and resigned to die. What a pathetic way to live.

Kira heard the sound of once again more feet coming down the passageway, probably to disperse paltry amounts of food and water to the prisoners, barely enough to keep them alive. In fact, probably not even enough for that. They probably wanted a few to die out so they would be easier to manage.

Once again, the locking mechanism sounded as the door began to be unlocked from the intricate locking system. Kira only heard 2 pairs of feet shuffling outside, so this was her time to strike. She was right to think that they would send fewer guards once they thought everyone was too weak from starvation and thirst to fight. Not her; it would take several more days until she would need to eat. Tieflings were like that.

The door opened while she hid in the dark corner near. A bright light filled the room as the lantern light was the brightest thing many of these people have seen in days. Some recoiled from the light.

The two marched in, and Kira was waiting for them. She jumped out a struck at them with a rock she had found on the floor.

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With the guards quickly incapacitated and their seperate keys stolen, Kira was able to easily make it out into the dim hall. The others behind her and no idea what was going on because they couldn’t see, but a few put it together that one of the prisoners had knocked out the guards, and went blindly towards the now open door. She couldn’t have the wondering around in a panic, alerting all the guards, so she shut the door back on them, locking only one of the locks. It was for their own good after all! They just didn’t know how to take of themselves in this situation. Kira would find a way out and then come back for everyone. Somehow.

Many problems arose immediately, they would need a vessel enough to accommodate everyone. There was a real chance that no one had any sailing experience.

She’ll have to make this up on the go.