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    The Emerald Duelist
  • Birthday 06/18/1993

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    Holy Dragon Alliance
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  1. The two hulking apes that stood in between them and the entrance to the witches tower did not remain standing for long. The one Mari had landed her attack on, perished due to the searing burn of Mari's dagger while the second, that Jomei had left barely hanging on to life, was easily finished off by Mari as well. The ginger let out a small sigh of relief as both of the gorillas popped, the shards of what remained falling slowly to the rocky terrain before vanishing. "Glad thats over with." Jomei said with a smile. As Jomei began to pick himself up off of the ground, he noticed Mari's hand out of his peripherals. He looked up to see the woman was offering to help him up. Jomei smiled and took her hand, easily standing up with her assistance, "Thank you." . Once the question was raised if he was okay, the man's eyes went to his health bar in the upper right corner of his hud. The damage that he had taken from the gorilla quickly reverted, his passive healing prowess bringing him back up to full. "Yup, good as new. I don't think you took any damage, right? .. Guess we're in pretty good shape to push on then, yeah?" As Jomei stood, he sheathed his blade at his side once more. Behind them, he heard the slow sound of creaky hinges. The curved, wooden door to the witches tower unlocked and slowly opened, allowing Jomei and Mari to proceed to, hopefully, the final enemy of this quest. "Lets do this.." Jomei: 1530/1530 HP | 145/163 EN (+77 BH) @Mari
  2. "Oi!" The Irishman shot a playful glare back at Mari, after she had called him a soulless ginger, "Look who's talking" A playful jab that once bothered Jomei when he was a kid, the man did not mind it anymore.. would even go as far as to join in on the fun. Honestly, he had no idea where the idea that gingers had no souls came from, but he found humor in it. As he shot a look back at Mari, trying to look a bit offended, he struggled to hold back a bit of laughter. The corners of his lips quivered, fighting a smile. The moment passed, and the two were focused back on combat. Mari, now trying to one up Jomei since he missed, went after the target that he had tried to attack. Not only did she land a devastating hit, but also left a lasting burn effect. The gorilla yelped out in pain, patting at the wounds on its chest as if trying to snuff out some sort of fire. "Not bad, not bad at all." Jomei said with a smirk, "Looks like I'll handle this other guy then." Using his top tier sword art, Jomei shot forward with his rapier and riddled the ape's body with pierce marks, leaving it hanging on by just a mere thread. The ginger sucked his teeth when he saw his enemy still standing, yet barely. With a last ditch effort, after stumbling back from the player's attack, the flying monkey spun on its heel and delivered a powerful spinning haymaker. Its large fist crashed into the side of Jomei's temple, throwing him off of his feet and into the dirt. Hit armor had taken a large chunk of the attack, but he still took a hefty bit of damage. "Oof.. wasn't expecting that.." he said as he pushed himself up to a knee, trying to mend the tingling sensation that replaced pain by the side of his head. ID 157641 | BD 6(+4) 10 | Over Radiation vs. Elite Flying Monkey 1 14 x 18 = 252 (-35) = 217 Jomei: 1473/1530 HP | 144/163 EN | 18 DMG | 4 ACC | 4 EVA | 52 MIT | 2 Savvy | 77 B. Healing Mari 1090/1090 HP | 94/106 EN | 11 DMG | EVA 3 | MIT 43 | ACC 4 Elite Flying Monkey 1 3/220 HP | 90 DAM (45 MIN) | 35 MIT -217 ID 157642 | MD 10 vs Jomei | 92 (-35) 57 DMG Elite Flying Monkey 2 32/220HP | 90 DAM (45 MIN) | 35 MIT 188 BURN 24/24 2 Turns Bleed 24/24 2 Turns ID 157643 | MD 6(-4) vs Mari | Miss @Mari
  3. As the two prepared for another round of combat, Mari had prepared another round of jokes. This time, enough to make the man groan in mental pain. "Oof.. I think I took some damage from that joke" he said with a chuckle as Mari went in for the kill. However, luck did not seem to be on her side this fight, as a simple misplaced rock threw off her approach and wasted the sword art, leaving the flying gorilla unscathed. The gorilla responded with an aggressive huff of air through its nostrils and a slam with its fist, just barely missing Mari. "I've got'em" Jomei responded as he circled around the battlefield to get a better position of approach on the second of the beasts. Using his charge skill yet again, Jomei shot forward at the monkey, who was expecting Jomei to rush at it. With a few flaps of its wings, it took off into the air just above Jomei's head. The ginger's olive eyes went wide as he quickly neared the side of the cliff, needing to skid to a stop to avoid plummeting off the rocky hill. With a few steps back away from the descent, Jomei looked over his shoulder at Mari, "Oh no, you're rubbing off on me. Now I'm missing." he said with a smirk before readying himself again, "It's alright, we'll get them this time." ID 156766 | BD 1 Miss | Charge | Over Radiation vs. Flying Monkey 2 Jomei: 1530/1530 HP | 152/163 EN | 18 DMG | 4 ACC | 4 EVA | 52 MIT | 2 Savvy | 77 B. Healing Mari 1090/1090 HP | 105/106 EN | 11 DMG | EVA 3 | MIT 43 | ACC 4 Elite Flying Monkey 1 220/220 HP | 90 DAM (45 MIN) | 35 MIT ID 156767 | MD 7(-3) | Target Mari Elite Flying Monkey 2 220/220HP | 90 DAM (45 MIN) | 35 MIT ID 156768 | MD 5(-4) | Target Jomei @Mari
  4. Jomei crossed his arms and let out a small hum of a chuckle at Mari's response to him being nice to her, "Oh, you're probably going to hate me then." Unless someone gave him a reason to not trust or like them, then that was just who Jomei was; a genuinely kind person. Not only that, but it seemed he and Mari had already connected a bit on their past with Lowenthal.. and her sense of humor during combat was definitely admirable as well. With that, like some cliche moment, Mari was then able to go forth and strike down the final monkey remaining of their four combatants. Jomei clapped his hands once together, "Alright, now that they are out of the way-" The sound of large thuds behind him cut Jomei off from the rest of his thought. Slowly, the man turned around to see another two figures, much larger in stature, behind him. Another two winged monkeys, though each with an extra set to make up for their larger size, resembled more of a gorilla than a monkey. While one slowly approached, walking on its fists, the second rose to its full height and drummed on its chest with its large fists. The ginger, quickly realizing he was within range, retreated backwards to Mari's side, brandishing his blade once again. "I guess I forgot about these guys flying up there. The Witch will have to wait a little longer I suppose." Jomei: 1530/1530 HP | 153/163 EN | 18 DMG | 4 ACC | 4 EVA | 52 MIT | 2 Savvy | 77 B. Healing Mari 1090/1090 HP | 104/106 EN | 11 DMG | EVA 3 | MIT 43 | ACC 4 Elite Flying Monkey 1 220/220 HP | 90 DAM (45 MIN) | 35 MIT Elite Flying Monkey 2 220/220HP | 90 DAM (45 MIN) | 35 MIT @Mari
  5. Jomei looked over at Mari, who had completely whiffed on another attack on her target of choice. The apes, who forwent their attack, screeched and laughed at Mari's misfortune. Jomei grunted at the creatures, theses monkeys are cannon fodder, but they definitely area nuisance. The woman responded by tossing her blade to the ground, and angrily spat words of hatred out of frustration. Afterwards, she seemed to backtrack, and try and recover from her fit of anger. Jomei simply smirked, "I don't know why you're apologizing. I'd be just as pissed if I missed my attacks too.. but these apes aren't making it any easier..." Jomei turned back towards one of the monkeys, his expression a bit more serious. "Oi, you want something to laugh about?" he shouted out to one to get its attention. As its teary eyes rose to look at the ginger, Jomei used his Charge ability to move forward at high speeds, bringing his knee into the ape's chest. The strike knocked the wind out of the monkey, while also propelling it into the air. Jomei followed suit with four, powerful thrusts to the flying monkey's chest, causing it to burst. With the remains of the third monkey, in the form of data fragments rained around Jomei, he turned to the last of the monkeys, and looked over to Mari. "You've got this." ID 156354 | BD 3(+4)(-1 Charge)(+2 Savvy) 8 | Charge + Penetrate vs. Flying Monkey 3 18 + 5 x 8 = 184(-20) 164 DMG Jomei: 1530/1530 HP | 149/163 EN | 18 DMG | 4 ACC | 4 EVA | 52 MIT | 2 Savvy | 77 B. Healing Mari 1090/1090 HP | 103/106 EN | 11 DMG | EVA 3 | MIT 43 | ACC 4 -2 EN Flying Monkey 1 0/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT (-178) Flying Monkey 2 0/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT (-178) Flying Monkey 3 0/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT (-164) Flying Monkey 4 150/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT @Mari
  6. Jomei chuckled at Mari's joke. He appreciated the humor she shared in the situation, especially since it seemed they were in no real danger at the moment. "Size doesn't always matter.." he said with another quick flick of his sword, meeting the bottom of one of the monkey's chins and holding it just before its throat, "As long as you know how to use it." With a heavy step forward, Jomei thrust his rapier through the flying ape, in a similar fashion to the first. Each strike seemed to destroy the beast little by little, before a final strike caused the entire entity to shatter like glass. From behind him, he heard the struggle between Mari and one of the apes, as it used the woman's ginger bob as a springboard, clawing at her face and hair and then leaping at the Irishman, falling flat on its face. "Its alright, are you okay? Doesn't look like it did any damage but...it sure did look uncomfortable." Jomei motioned himself to stand between the monkey that had tried to attack him and Mari, so at least now it was an even fight. ID 156347 | BD 2(+4)(+2 Savvy) 8 Hit | Flashing Penetrator vs Flying Monkey 2 11 x 18 = 198(-20) 178 Dmg Jomei: 1530/1530 HP | 152/163 EN | 18 DMG | 4 ACC | 4 EVA | 52 MIT | 2 Savvy | 77 B. Healing Mari 1090/1090 HP | 104/106 EN | 11 DMG | EVA 3 | MIT 43 | ACC 4 -2 EN Flying Monkey 1 0/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT Flying Monkey 2 0/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT -178 Flying Monkey 3 150/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT Flying Monkey 4 150/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT @Mari
  7. As the monkeys hit the ground, they all began to scream and screech, trying to throw off Mari and Jomei. They were just as quick on their feet as they were in the air, batting their wings every once in awhile to make them seem larger and more intimidating than they were. Through the loud disturbances, Jomei managed to let out a loud whistle. From the air above them, a brown tawny owl swooped just overhead one of the monkeys, catching its attention as she flew overhead. Jomei took this opportunity to lunge forward with his rapier. As the tip of his blade made contact, a barrage of quick thrusts followed. Each hit caused the creature to break apart more and more, before a final thrust to its sternum caused it to erupt into an array of data fragments that rained to the ground. With a quick spin of his rapier, Jomei took a retreating step back, and shifted his focus to the second of his targets. ID 156337 | BD 2(+4) 6 Hit | Flashing Penetrator vs. Flying Monkey 1 11 x 18 = 198(-20) 178 Dmg Jomei: 1530/1530 HP | 157/163 EN | 18 DMG | 4 ACC | 4 EVA | 52 MIT | 2 Savvy | 77 B. Healing Mari 1090/1090 HP | 106/106 EN | 11 DMG | EVA 3 | MIT 43 | ACC 4 Flying Monkey 1 0/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT (-178) Flying Monkey 2 150/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT Flying Monkey 3 150/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT Flying Monkey 4 150/150HP | 70 DAM (35 MIN) | 20 MIT @Mari
  8. Jomei

    [PP - F11] More Hallowed Halls

    The ginger was cautious with his steps as he made his way forward into the old, forgotten graveyard, trying not to disturb any other unrestful spirits that the two of them may run into. The overgrown foliage and broken bits of tombstone that lay scattered made traversing through the abandoned cemetery difficult , especially if one wanted to remain respectful in such a place. As their etherial friend floated forward, its head swiveling back and forth in quick, jagged motions, Jomei decided to create some distance between himself and the ghost and just explore a bit. Making sure to keep an eye on Lessa, to make sure she was safe, Jomei searched curiously through the tombstones, walking before them so he could try and read any of the names of the deceased. For the most part, many of the grave markers had eroded, pieces containing the names either completely broken off, or faded to the point where he could not make out the name in the slightest. Suddenly, the corner of his eye caught something within the next row of tombstones. A single name readable, recognizable, that he caught only out of the corner of his eye thanks to a bit of light that trickled through. Seeing the name sent a chill down his spine, and as he turned to get a better look at the grave marker, he saw it was, in fact, a name he did not recognize. Simply a generic name, maybe linked to some old, abandoned quest, or maybe an easter egg. Jomei stared at the tombstone for a moment more, his brow furrowed before he turned to see how Lessa and the ghost were fairing. The spectral figure had stopped and hovered a few, mere inches over a marker that, from the back, seemed to be completely put together with no signs of wear. Jomei quickly moved up alongside his companion and stood there with her, looking over at the ghost. At first, she could have been mistaken for mourning the loss of someone.. like anyone would do at a loved one's burial site. Jomei took in a deep breath, before taking a few steps forward towards the floating figure, so he could get a better look at the tombstone. With another step forward, Jomei suddenly felt, through the overgrowth, the lack of earth below him. The ginger reached out to try and catch his footing, grabbing onto anything he could, but the vines and bushes failed to hold his body weight, and the man plummeted. He did not fall for long, however, as his side and shoulder crashed down into the dirt at the bottom of a six foot hole, with nothing in it but Jomei himself. "You could have warned me there was nothing there..." Jomei grunted under his breath to the spectral figure that still floated there, as if Jomei had not just fallen into an empty grave below her.
  9. Jomei's stride halted as he felt the grasp on his arm, holding him in place and causing his head to swivel and look down at Mari. Her words were stern, but backed with care. The man stood and listened, before releasing a heavy sigh, as if what she had said broke down the wall that held these negative feelings at bay. "You're right... You're absolutely right." The corner of his lips rose into a small smile, "I need to stop letting these thoughts fester. As much as I cared for Lowe, he's been dead for awhile now. And while his memory will always be with me, I can't let myself, or anyone else for that matter, make me think it was my fault. Neither was it ever yours. But I suppose thats what we do, when we care about people, we always consider the 'what ifs' that we could have done to hopefully prevent their deaths. But in the end, if its their time, then theres really not much we could ever do." Looking back to Mari, who had recoiled away as if she thought she had overstepped her boundaries, Jomei placed a gentle hand on her shoulder, "Thank you. As simple as it seemed, it was exactly what I needed to hear." Shortly after, Mari handed Jomei a small damage crystal. "Thank you." he said with a nod, before crushing the small object in his hand. Just as they finished their conversations, a loud screech sounded out from above them. A handful of creatures, which looked like grey skinned apes with large, feathered wings began pouring out of some of the tower's windows, circling in the air above them like birds of prey. The ginger's hand quickly went to his rapier, ripping it from his hip, "Looks like these monkeys are finished with listening to us talk" he said with a small chuckle. Four of the creatures broke off from the circular motions and swooped down to the ground, surrounding the two players. "I can take care of these two if you handle the other two." His eyes shot up to the two that still remained in the sky, keeping a vigilant eye, "Hopefully, we can take these guys out before their friends decide to join us." ((If you want, I can control two of the monkeys if you want to take the other two)) New Stats: Jomei: 1530/1530 HP | 163/163 EN | 18 DMG | 4 ACC | 4 EVA | 52 MIT | 2 Savvy | 77 B. Healing @Mari
  10. It seemed Jomei was wrong about Mari being present, and she had a damn good reason to not be there. Azure Brigade, when they were around, definitely were a group that one would not want to mess with. And Mari had done something to get on their bad side, he didn't want to know what. He was just thankful that the guild was no more, despite some of the members being players they could have relied on now. It was possible, then, that Mari's name was brought up at the meeting, and that was where his memory of her stemmed from. No point in stressing over it, if his memory was failing him, that was on him. Jomei's mention of Lowenthal seemed to have brought up some old memories in Mari's mind as well, reminiscing over his care free, positive attitude. "Yeah.." Jomei said, his voice hinting sadness, "Lowe was my best friend. I was.. away for awhile when he died." The ginger let out a heavy sigh, remembering the zombified form of the man that he had encountered during the Halloween event, "I don't know if its my own mind, or the game playing tricks on me.. but it's trying to make me believe that I am to blame for him dying. I mean.. if I was around, if I was more careful, I could have prevented him from doing something so stupid." He knew it couldn't have been his fault.. but then why was it feeling like it was. Luckily, conversation shifted, slightly, to the frontlines current condition. Another topic that plagued his mind after the disaster that was the last boss fight. Jomei had decided it time to start making their way upwards before touching on the topic. It's dwindling a bit, sadly. After that happened with Ssendom and Zelrius, its just been a slow decline of the top players showing up to fight. We've managed, this far, but things have been a lot tougher since we lost so many people." he chuckled, "The last fight was a disaster.. only maybe four or five of us stayed until the ending. I just barely made it out of there myself.. and I was the one that ran the meeting, and devised the plans. So all of those lives that could have been lost were on me." Jomei looked up towards the sky, overcast clouds had formed above them while in proximity to the tower, "I really gotta stop being so hard on myself.." he said, softly, to himself. Once they were nearing the top, Mari mentioned an item she had used on herself, and if Jomei needed anything of the sort to help him out. Flicking a hand upwards, he took a quick look through his inventory at all of the consumables that were currently housed in there. A few that could come in handy, but nothing he truly needed. "No, I should be fine. Unless you have a spare damage crystal, that could always come in handy." Jomei heard the slowly rising chattering of creatures calling out from the top of the tower, and a piercing screech of an ape. They were not visible yet, but it seemed they would soon have company to deal with. @Mari
  11. Jomei's nose scrunched, remembering the hand in the punch situation. He had not seen it himself, but if it wasn't for Cordelia, he would have consumed a glass of it without thinking twice about it. "Yeah.. Good point." he said with a small chuckle. He couldn't blame her for scarfing down as much food as she could, given her circumstances. Jomei did not mingle much with players who sported an orange crystal, for obvious reasons. He recalled a few of his friends that had one at some point, Ssendom, Zelrius, Lowenthal, Opal, and he trusted them --most of them-- at least. Though, none of them spoke about the fact that they could not enter any settlements, which meant not being able to visit any of the shops, restaurants, or even reap the ability to warp between floors. Half of his lip pursed, feeling a bit bad about the situation, despite what she had done to put herself into this spot. After revealing he had been in her presence before, Mari told Jomei that she did not recall much from back then. Jomei nodded, understandably, "I think it was a meeting on the Tenth floor.. maybe for the raid on the boss guarding the Eleventh. I was merely a representative of my guild at the time, and just tagged along with Lowenthal." he shrugged his shoulders, "I don't even think I actually fought on the frontlines until Floor Twelve." Now that the introductions, and recalling of how they may have once met was out of the way, the two were ready to get down to business. Mari, it seemed, was also ready to take on the Witch and reap the rewards of the quest above them. Jomei looked to her and nodded with a slight smirk, "Ready when you are." The path up the side of the hill was paved, the beaten dirt made it simple to follow in the steps of past travelers who have made their way up to the tower. The road curved like a snake around the side of the hill, the sides becoming rockier and more jagged the higher up they were. Finally, the path widened and straightened out, leading directly to the mouth of the stone structure. Olive eyes scanned the pointed rocks, like small, threatening mountain ranges meant to scare off wandering players. From the large windows at the top of the tower, he could sense the peering eyes of multiple creatures, waiting for the two players to make a move. Jomei's hand cautiously moved across his body towards the pommel of his rapier, "Be ready.. I have a bad feeling about this" @Mari
  12. The orange bob turned in his direction once she took notice of him. She gazed in his direction for a moment before speaking, recognizing him from the gala a short while ago. Jomei nodded his head, "Yeah, that was me. I saw you there as well." The man recalled seeing her there, and then a small smirk crept onto his face. "I gotta say, I don't think I've ever seen someone eat that many strawberries in one night. An impressive feat." After his small comment, the woman answered his question about the castle, stating it belonged to a witch that was causing trouble for some local players. Jomei's expression turned sour as he glared up at the dark, stone structure. Since as long as he could remember, Jomei always made it a point to help out players in need, or help to get rid of something that was causing problems. "I guess someone should do something about it." Jomei said, looking back down to the other player, his ginger brows raising with another small, but confident smirk. Bringing up her HUD with a swish of her wrist, she shared some of the information she had received about this witch with him. Jomei took a few steps forward to meet her, leaning forward to look over her shoulder to get a better look. He tapped at his chin with his knuckle, his other hand resting on his hip, "Can't say I've seen it. I was never a big fan of the classics." he started, before quickly scanning through the description. "So its a quest, huh? Should have figured.." he rose to a full standing position again and crossed his arms, looking back up at the tower. In a quick manner, the woman introduced herself, and Jomei's ears perked. "Mari?" he looked back to her, "I'm pretty sure I've heard that name before.. in fact, I think we've been in the same presence at a boss raid meeting once." he brought a hand up to rube at the nape of his neck, "But, I think that was a long time ago. Anyway, I'm Jomei. Its nice to formally meet you." he stuck a hand out towards the woman in greeting.
  13. The Twenty Second floor was probably one of the most peaceful floors uncovered in Aincrad so far. The monsters were less vicious, the scenery was beautiful, and the weather just always seemed to be nice. It was the perfect place for Jomei to just relax and mediate. The man had found a dock that lead out onto the floor's largest, central lake. Taking a seat at the very edge, Jomei let his legs dangle over the edge, his boots just barely hovering over the surface of the water. Leaning back, he let his back and shoulders rest on the warm, wooden dock staring up at the blue sky above him. Releasing a small sigh, the man let his eyes close. He listened to the sounds of the environment-- fish breaking the surface of the water, the wind passing through a cluster of nearby trees, a monkey screeching overhead. Wait.. a monkey above him? Jomei's eyes shot open, a bit confused at the sound he heard. In the sky above him, he saw a creature flying, its wings like that of a bats, but the body of a muscular, blue monkey. "What the hell..?" Jomei said to himself, pushing up into a sitting position. He followed the flying ape in the sky until he saw its possible destination, a decrepit tower atop a hill in the distance. Quickly getting to his feet, Jomei let out a sharp whistle, summoning his tawny owl companion from the trees. "Adere, follow that monster. I want to see where it's going. I'll catch up to you." With a quick loop, the owl took to the sky and followed after the monkey, keeping low enough to the trees for Jomei to follow easily. The ginger was able to keep up due to him enhanced speed and agility thanks to a few skill modifications. He zipped past trees and kept his eyes to the skies, making sure to follow the path his familiar was taking. Eventually, as the two approached the hill on which the tower stood, Adere perched in a tree just before the treeline broke and released a small screech to let Jomei know she was there. "Good girl." Jomei said with a smile, stepping outwards from the trees to get a better look at the castle. It looked old and abandoned, but that creature flying to this location said otherwise. As his eyes lowered to where he walked, he saw, just before him, another player. The crystal, which he spotted first, caused him a bit of a start. His hand opened and motioned towards the hilt of his rapier. However, as his vision continued to focus on the figure, he recognized her as the girl from the party he had seen from afar. She seemed harmless then, so he was most likely safe. His stance relaxed as he took a few steps towards her. "Hey," he called out to her, "Any idea whats up with that castle?" @Mari
  14. Jomei

    [PP - F11] More Hallowed Halls

    The ginger brushed dust and small bits of shattered statue off of his clothes as he got back onto his feet. Once he had returned to where Lessa stood, both of their eyes locked onto the spectral figure that hovered in the doorway. It looked back at them with gaping, black holes for eyes.. but its expression was not one of ill intent. She almost seemed as if she was waiting for them. "You have a point.. we might as well follow along." Jomei agreed. Hearing the two players decide to put their trust in the ghost, the figure turned and began to float in a different direction. Lessa took to following the ghostly figure first, and Jomei followed soon in her step. Light quickly faded as the two continued on down the proceeding hallway, and eventually the two continued on in complete darkness. Jomei hurried his step to follow closely behind Lessa before losing sight to her in the blackness. His eyes darted around the corridor, hoping to catch a glimpse of something.. some sort of clue to show them the way to go. It was pointless, however, he might as well be walking with his eyes shut. The man reached a hand forward towards where he believed Lessa to be, cautiously walking so he would not crash into her in case she stopped. Suddenly, a loud thud echoed throughout the corridor, and Jomei felt his hand meet Lessa's back. "You alright?" Jomei asked, taking a step back to allow Lessa to recover from whatever she had bumped into. After listening to her feel around for a moment, she managed to open the door the two stood in front. The corridor was immediately illuminated, and Jomei felt a breeze pass through the open threshold. "Finally." he said to himself, his eyes adjusting to the bright light before them. He had believed they were out of this ... but it would seem they were wrong. On the other side of the door was a graveyard lost to time. Vines and greenery had taken over much of the area. Jomei stepped past Lessa into the old cemetery, "It'll be alright, lets just follow our friend.. maybe there's a reason she led us here." Jomei slowly followed behind the figure as it floated farther into the graveyard, the tips of her feet passing right over the lines of tombstones. Jomei looked up at the ghost and noticed that her head was slowly turning, back and forth. Jomei fell back a bit to walk beside Lessa, "Is it just me, or does it look like she's looking for something?"
  15. Jomei

    [PP-F11] Opening Up

    When Teion revealed that her visit was simply just a check up on her new friends, Jomei could not help but smile sincerely, yet softly. Before he could truly answer the woman, she requested the two talk. The smile slightly faded, his brow cocking in curiosity. "Yeah of course, come in," stepping to the side, he held the door open with one hand, while extending his other arm towards the staircase leading to the second floor; the living room. Once she had entered through the threshold of his abode, he shut the door behind him and followed the purplette up the stairs. "Well, welcome." he said with a small chuckle, "Please, make yourself comfortable. I'll get you something to drink." Excusing himself to the kitchen, which was visible through an open doorway and a large window cut out of the wall, Jomei prepared himself and Teion a glass of water. He heard Teion's question from the other room, and given any other day, he would have taken it simply as a check in on friends. Jomei let out a small sigh as he placed two empty glasses on the counter top before him. "In general, I'd say we are both doing fine," he started as he began to pour water from a pitcher. The man moved himself from the kitchen again and placed one of the glasses of water on the table before Teion, before taking a seat himself that sat perpendicular to Teion. "But.. you're talking about the mansion.. aren't you?"
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