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  1. "That sucks." She shrugged, accepting the offer before settling her old weapon atop the counter. "Seemed like a good idea to take this job before, huh?" Jazmyne questioned. Being a merchant seemed as boring as the rest of the professions to her. The brunette sent her money along with the weapon in Baldur's way. -25 COL from Jazmyne to Baldur -1 Basic Bull-Whip from Jazmyne to Baldur
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    PST Evaluation/Locking Requests

    Lock this please and thank you :)
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    [PP-F1] Fault Line (Creius) -COMPLETED-

    R E W A R D S 1 SP & 200 COL each (I'll PM you when I put up the continuation thread)
  4. Been busy lately ^_^ but I'm back online now.

  5. Jazmyne had been staring at the same item in her inventory for the past few days. After receiving her new whip the other had become useless and much less appealing as well. She almost couldn't believe how ecstatic she'd been to have it during the beginning of the game. If the weapon didn't go now it'd be going in the future, she decided to head over to a merchant and sell the thing off to where maybe it'd actually be worth something. It seemed that currently a trade happened to be going on thus Jazmyne found herself awaiting the moment that she could approach the merchant. Which was rare for her to do. Once she got the chance Jazmyne would say, "Take this off my hands will ya. It's a Good Item just tell me how much it'll cost."
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    [PP-F1] Fault Line (Creius) -COMPLETED-

    "You're such a dork." Jazmyne face-palmed, unable to contain her laughter in response to Creius's attempt to be even the least bit of comforting. It wasn't his fault that she was hard to please and it wasn't his fault that he probably really didn't feel anything towards anyone at all. She didn't know why she even cared in the first place and all but shoved away the feeling of disappointment. "That'll be your first and last time holding a girl's hand. You should cherish that moment and never forget it. Maybe write about it in your diary or somethin'. Yeah I feel like you'd have a diary." And she was back at it again as if nothing awkward had happened. As if the teasing and slightly rude remarks hadn't stopped. Dark brown eyes scanned the surroundings, cheeks puffed out and back slouched in a position that hinted at Jazmyne's lethargy. "We almost there yet?" She nagged in an easily comparable way to a five year old kicking the back of their mother's seat while asking the question on repeat. Walking was getting boring.
  7. Jazmyne nodded, a grin of approval flashed in Hydra's direction. For his own good he should comply with her demands and listen to whatever she said. Really she only signed up on the Help Boards for some back up in case the quest went wrong or proved to be especially difficult. It only made sense and was much, much easier than asking a friend who probably didn't want to do anything with Jazmyne considering her friends list consisted of those whom she barely knew. Her eyes settled on the two heads seemingly attached to Hydra from her current point of view. The brunette raised a brow before asking, "What the Hell is that?" After an answer it would appear that their path choice had been correct. A tiny hut swayed in the strong winds of the mountain's summit. Jazmyne knew they were nearing it due to the rising wind speed, lowering temperatures, and fog mist building up around her ankles.
  8. "Should be." Jazmyne rolled her eyes before glaring in the stranger's direction. "You should really watch over the things and people you care about." She warned, picking up a flower only to tear each and every one of its petals off in a vicious mannerism. Then again she had no idea what Velnia actually was, believing her to be a little girl. Being with someone else never had been awkward for her before so why exactly Jazmyne began feeling uncomfortable around another person had her mind going crazy in attempts to think up reason after reason. Thus a moment of silence occurred between the two before she decided to speak again. "You never told me your name."
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    [PP-NK-F3] <<Worn Out Welcome>> (Rain)

    "You could've used a different Sword Art then." Jazmyne retorted, not really sure about the topic she ranted on about though not one that went down in a fight very easily. Speaking of which, the elf charged forward once again and honestly Jazmyne felt as if she could kick the thing a mile away with one swing of the foot. But turns out the elf had a different plan in mind. It swerves past Jazmyne and rushes for Rain. The brunette lashes her whip but ends up forgetting to activate a Sword Art so relatively the attack does nothing. With a tiny spear it launches the sharpened pole in the direction of Rain's stomach. The weapon pierces the male's stomach before falling to the ground and disappearing. With a cheer the elf backs up and prepares for another attack. "Great..." Jazmyne mumbled, flipping her hair in annoyance.
  10. "It's..." Jazmyne paused, inspecting the situation. This person must miss someone and now really wasn't the kind of time to start fights. She sighed before shrugging and shaking her head. "okay. It's fine I was just being silly. Maybe I'm lonely. Eesh.." Rubbing her temples, she sat down where she was, not really caring about spots anymore. At night Jazmyne seemed to soften up. Or perhaps it was the setting. Either way the glare in her eyes had disappeared and the harshness of her tone flattened itself out. "You don't have to shut up if you don't want to." She piped up, desiring conversation so she wasn't completely bored. "What's she look like? I been walkin' out here for a while now maybe I saw her around or somethin'."
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    [PP-NK-F4] Pale as Snow .continued. (Avilon)

    "Oh I know..." Jazmyne muttered, rolling her eyes while face palming. "I forgot how innocent you are, Avi." The brunette sighed before moving over to her friend, bending down to grab the pink-haired girl in a hug, lifting her up from the ground. "It was only a joke y'know. I actually care about you okay? You can tell me whatever. But you gotta know that I joke around sometimes and you need to grow a backbone too. If anyone ever saw you do that they'd take advantage of you in a split second. Trust me." Jazmyne felt bad for her friend for being so vulnerable. She hadn't realized the severity of the issue at hand. But she'd teach her different ways to see and do things eventually, Jazmyne planned. Avilon needed her help and she wasn't going to leave her new friend alone anytime soon. For both of their sakes. Even if people bowing at her feet happened to be what she wanted, right now it was from the wrong person. Without another word Jazmyne would take Avilon's hand once she would stand up on her own feet, leading her to their room. "You can sleep in my bed if you want." The brunette offered out of instinct, hardly believing nor realizing what exactly had escaped her lips, and honestly not caring. Sleepiness was taking over.
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    [PP-NK-F3] <<Worn Out Welcome>> (Rain)

    Jazmyne hadn't been paying attention to Rain, expecting her companion to swing and get things done. But when no combat could be heard she turned in time to see him taking a swig from some kind of bottle. "Really?" The brunette questioned, quirking her eyebrow in annoyance. "Drinking on the job instead of working?" She shook her head as if a disappointed mother before beginning to slow clap. "Nice nice." The elf attempted to attack thought the attempt was futile and pretty pathetic. It had Jazmyne laughing in seconds. Swinging her whip idly over a shoulder the brunette decided to take a break and skip her turn. "Still waiting for you to go hun~" She teased.
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    [PP-NK-F3] <<Worn Out Welcome>> (Rain)

    "Oh shush." Jazmyne moved to flick Rain's shoulder, sticking her tongue out at him and spitting in protest to his words of warning that she simply ignored without care. Though she was grateful for the savior she would never, ever, say anything, naturally. With two hands pushing against Rain's back she shoved the male player forward, further into the depths of Floor 3 that become shrouded with a light fog and darker grasses along with a spookier atmosphere. "Oooohh, I bet you're scared out here~ You seem the type." Jazmyne teased, wiggling her fingers around for added effect of annoyance. With another elf appearing Jazmyne prepared for attack, but she failed to land it and had to turn her head to hide a blush conjured out of a mix of embarrassment and disappointment. "Psh whatever..." She mumbled, falling back so that Rain could take his own shot.
  14. With a shrug Jazmyne, after ensuring that her weapon was equipped and ready for action, responded with a, "Yeah sure." She wasn't a professional in combat or anything but it was an entertaining past-time in such a boring game for many, including herself. Plus it really worked with stress-relieving and proved who happened to be best at what they did. Hardly waiting for either of the two to begin walking she set a brisk pace in the direction of the gates that lead to the fields of Floor 1. She'd been out in them, and in the town itself, so many times and for so long that the map of Floor 1 had become more familiar than the back of her own two hands. Jazmyne hadn't even gotten outside enough during an entire lifetime of living in the same city in Japan enough to memorize the neighborhood let alone city thus her memory was an extraordinary feat. "So what weapons do you specialize in? I'm a whip user." She touched her weapon that currently sat in its hilt, a bit ahead of the rest of the group but wanting to create conversation once again out of boredom mixed with curiosity.
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    [PP-F1] Foundations (Kiru)

    "Psh," Jazmyne rolled her eyes though still chuckled in betrayal of her stoic look. "I would've never guessed." She commented in reaction to the other female player's statement, eyeing the otherwise attractive appearance in deep thought, second guessing all of her previous assumptions. "Singing is easy. I could help you if you ever decide to become... well whatever species she was." Though Jazmyne wouldn't mind being flaunted before a crowd and showing off her spectacular voice, she certainly wouldn't choose the route of becoming a dramatic diva in such a lousy game. Perhaps in the real world, but then again that would take effort and work and too much socializing. It seemed the other had the crowd taken care of with her down-to-a-point glares thus Jazmyne remained staring ahead in the direction of the scene, arms folded and expression relaxed. "Personally I'd rather watch you, you seem far more interesting Kiru. Nice to meet you, and take it from me when I say that I'm definitely not lying." Jazmyne felt the need to mention the fact that she was trustworthy and far from a liar simply because Kiru seemed like someone who'd be gone in a second and if you didn't say all you wanted to say then you'd be left wishing you had taken the chance to speak more. The brief history given reminded Jazmyne of what Sword Art Online truly was. And that made her all the more confused since Kiru seemed so young and a girl who had just as much a chance in the world as Jazmyne. But if Kiru didn't seek pity then Jazmyne would give her none out of respect. "Well," The brunette flipped her long locks behind both shoulders before turning in Kiru's direction. She was getting bored of the current scenery anyways, dark eyes now focused on the figure before her. "I don't have anything else to do for as long as we're stuck here. Go ahead and explain I'm actually interested. I''m used to a little... competition anyways." A smirk should set the mood, and so Jazmyne plastered one on her face to further express interest.