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  1. Shyly, yet excitedly, Theo waved to the owner of the orphanage while she walked out holding Hyrdra's hand. Together the duo made their way through the crowded streets of players. There were so many levels on the first floor it was interesting to see who walked by. Theo was thankful that Hyrda was holding her hand because she for sure would have gotten distracted and lost the older women. The young girl even took notes of the shops and restaurants that had been pointed out. Blazing Typhoon was one of the them. Then they came to the alchemy shop. With Hydra's encouragement, and the gentle eyes of the NPC looking at her, Theo approached the older man with a smile. "Hello! My name is Theo, it is nice to meet you." Theo waved in greeting before continuing, "I've heard from my friend here that you have a quest that I can help you with?" Nodding, the older man--who introduced himself as Zackariah--started to tell Theo about the quest he was needing assistance with. It was a long list and Theo was thankful when he stated the first step was to receive five(5) Tier one materials through non-combat means. Nodding in understanding Theo responded that she would go retreive the materials before turning back and jogging back to Hydra. "He said he needed five Teir one materials. What are those? Do boar have them?" @Hydravion
  2. A laugh bubbled past her lips at Kat's straight forward answer. "Yyyeeahhh," Theo grinned shyly, "I wanted to go so bad, but could not make myself leave the safety of the city...that was until you came along." There was no denying that Theo was definitely hesitating when it came to entering the wilds by herself. While she desired to go adventuring--and maybe one day get to the front lines--there was still a small sense of fear about the possibility of dying. Initially, the girl had thought that this fear acted as chains that kept her from reaching her full potential, but Theo now knew that fear was not the enemy. As one of the adventures from the orphanage said, "Fear keeps you alive." And it did. Players that embraced the fear could use it as a means to stay alive by being cautious of their surroundings and making smart decisions. The fear of leaving the city alone kept her from making a brash and clearly unwise decision. It had helped her meet Kat, who dispute not having a lot of conversation with, Theo really enjoyed the company of. "How far is this place anyways?" Theo questioned, glancing around the wilds trying to find signs of another town. @Katagawa
  3. When you are trying to respond to RP's, but your cat is demanding attention...

    1. Neopolitan
    2. Macradon


      lpt: teach your cat to post for you

  4. "You did great Theo, your first steps of becoming an adventurer have now started." Those words bounced around in Theo's head. The first step had been taken. There were several other steps to take, but the fact that she had started was something to be proud of. In reality she was never sure that she would have gotten to this moment without the help of Hydra. Seeing, and hearing, the older women adventures and shenanigans is one of many aspects that got Theo to think about starting this journey. The next step was to actually go on the adventure. The young girl continued as the tri-colored haired girl stated that a player did not have to be a Ranger in order to join the guild, and the fact that some of guild-mates where going to be starting a family soon. Part of the Theo wondered if she would ever find a guild like that. The other part felt hopeful when it heard that people were continuing to live while being fouced to stay in a virtual game. Theo admired people, their tenancy, and ability to adapt. "Thank you!" Theo said, grinning wide, "I have nothing to do today and can go whenever you are available."
  5. The hollow smile was a key sign that everything was not indeed "fine," but Theo did not press Kat any further. Not only had they just met, but this game had obviously affected everyone in some form or other; it was hard not to be affected. Spacing off for that moment had caused her to miss what had been said, but Theo did see the other women started to head off and quickly followed after. Together they passed thought the arch that led to the outside of the city. There was a brief moment where Theo paused. The wind blew gently across the plain; swaying grass and tussling the loose strands of Theo's locks. Boar littered the field feasting on the grass or defending themselves against players that attacked them. It smelled fresh and unlike the town that they had just exited. It was everything that Theo had ever dreamed of. Jogging to catch back up with her partner, Theo stopped when they were side my side. "How did you know that I needed help?" Theo inquired, her curiosity getting the better of her.
  6. As the young blonde waited for the other girl to accept the offer, but when she glanced up from her menu Theo could not help but notice the distant gaze in Kat's eyes as she reviewed her. Without intending too Theo's eyes softened. It was a stare that Theo was familiar with. There had been a couple time she experienced it, but mainly it was the children at the orphanage as they obliviously played in the premise of the church. They had not realized what they were missing. Many of them were young and had adjusted to the circumstances of the game. There were brief moments of clarity though, moments where they cried for their parents and family, and moments where they yearned for their real beds. In all those moments Theo did her best to sit with the children and let them feel what they felt; it was important that they did, but it was hard because she also related with those thoughts. It was hard to just sit back and do nothing while so many suffered. That is why she was here though. It was her driving force. "Kat," Theo stated to get the women's attention, "Are you okay? You have a distance look in you eyes..." There was a thread of softness interlacing within Theo's voice as she asked the other girl the question. Of course Kat was not okay, they were stuck in a game of death and destruction, but in that moment it felt appropriate to ask. @Katagawa
  7. As the other girl started to explain what Nepent's could possibly be the young girl paid close attention. She agreed with the assessment that Kat had provided; plant types would most certainly have some type of vine attack. Perhaps a spear would be a perfect weapon to use again them, with the distance and all. Only one way to find out. As the older girl continued to talk Theo realized that she was also planning on trying to protect her as well as attack. There was a slight frown present on Kat's features while she talked until she realized that Theo was watching and then the frown turned into a smile. Feeding off the determination exhibiting from Kat Theo allowed a determined glint to enter her orbs. "No, they won't. We can, and will, do it." Without further hesitation Theo opened her menu and sent a party request to the other girl. It would be hard work, but worth it. Theo refused to allow Kat to do all the fighting and defending, but she would not vocalize it; getting that feeling that Kat would not approve. Together they would win this quest and save the town. @Katagawa
  8. For a few seconds the words struggled to get past Theo's consciousness...and then they did. Orbs lighting up Theo grinned while she tightly gripped the teddy bear in her small hands. This was it. Suddenly, an icon with Hydra's features popped up. Ocean orbs followed along as the women explained the menu to the young blonde. She saw Hydra's information appear and the strange effect it came with; she also saw the small logo. The Garnet Rangers. Theo had no idea who any of the people named were, but the warm tone to Hydra's voice pointed to the fact that the older women felt a sense of closeness and companionship with them. Theo wondered if she would ever have that kind of relationship with anyone, but now was not the time to think about. There were steps that had to be taken in order to get to that point. The first step was getting out on quests and getting stronger. Amara, who was tired once again, came running over to the now duo. The small girl warmly greeted Hydra with a hug and then turned toward Theo. "I need teddy back now. He's done resting." Nodding, and realizing how hard she was gripping the bear, the blonde gently handed it back over to the younger girl. Once Amara ran off--teddy in arms--Theo turned back to the task at hand. Without hesitation she hit the 'ok' button. "I'm sure people will wanna join. Do you have to be a ranger?" Theo inquired, curiosity getting the best of her, "Also, when do you have time to do this quest?"
  9. Ocean orbs glowing with delight Theo hung on to every word as if it was the last sip of water in a desert. When Hydra taped her nose she laughed and grinned from ear to ear. There was nothing more Theo wanted to than to be part of the those adventures. She wondered what it was like to meet new people, make a connection, and fight along their side. It was like a book she read long ago. It was the very end that really caught the young girl's attention though; something about the "lessons around here." If the young girl remembered correctly that was one of the quests that she was thinking about inviting the older women on. Now was that chance she had been waiting for. It was now, or never. "Lesson quest? As in beginner quest, right?Where is it is at? Do you know if it is hard? Would you go on that quest with me?" It was like a switch had flipped at the mention of the quest. Before Theo could help it one question poured out after another. The final one was the question she really wanted to ask, would Hydra go with her on this quest. Theo had not intended to ask that question so forthright, but the words had come out before her mind even had to chance to calculate what it was saying. She had been too excited. Well, what was done was done. It was now up to Hydra to answer. If she no, Theo would understand; after all, the women was busy, but if she said yes...well, Theo would just have to wait and see.
  10. Upon hearing that Katagawa, or Kat, would partake on a quest with her Theo internally jumped about 5ft in the air. It was a relief to have some company. What Kat, had stated was indeed true. Theo had not really thought about it before now but every game she had played prior to this one usually included some easy beginner quests. After all, games were meant to be beaten...well, that had been the thought until this game arrived. Theo was still unsure if Kayaba had really intended for anyone to beat the game, but those thoughts were for a different time. Shaking her head slightly the young blonde refocused on the other player. "Based on what I heard there is a small town near here in need of medicine," Theo turned her face toward the gate to stare out into the vast wilds of the first floor, "It is up to us to get them that medicine. We have to defeat something called a Nepent? Have you heard of those?" While posing the question the girl started to think about something else. She had informed Kat that that prior to this experience she had never been in a fight. Never even touched the spear in her inventory. Maybe before this it would be a good idea to take on one of the boar that roamed the wilds freely. Just to get a taste of what it was like. Theo did not want to let Kat down.
  11. Without even realizing it Theo had been mindlessly fiddling with Amara's teddy bear while the thoughts bounced around in her head like a rubber ball. There had been so much that the blonde had not even recognized that the person she had been waiting to talk to had entered the premises. Nor did it dawn on her that the very same someone had sat next to her until a gentle pat was placed a top her head and a harmonious entered her conscience. That voice was all too recognizable. It was none other than the tri-colored haired women herself--Hydra. Rapidly turning a focused gaze from the teddy bear to the women a wide, child-like grin decorated Theo's young features. "Hydra!" Theo exclaimed, placing the teddy bear back down her lap; ocean orbs shining with enthusiasm, "I'm so glad you here! Do you have any new stories for me?" Although the young girl was eager to ask the older women to go on a quest with her it was not the right time. Theo was not quite sure when the right time would be, but the young girl was sure that it was not now. After all, Hydra had just arrived and the other children would be eager to see visit. This was also a place of rest and who knew what adventures the older women had been on. Plus, if Theo was being honest, she really did love the stories that Hydra brought back. @Hydravion
  12. Suddenly, a gentle voice appeared to vocalize out of thin air. Stopping in mid-step the blondes attention turned from the grass on the ground to the person in now standing in front of her. Upon first sight the other girl didn't appear to be much older, but there was an air about her that had a certain degree of maturity. There was no way they were the same age despite being around the same height. Sheepishly grinning so that the band-aid on her nose wrinkled, the girl brought a hand to scratch the back of her blonde locks, "Welllll, if you offering then yes." The young girl approached the other women with an excited air. "There is this quest I wanna do, but I've never done a quest--never even fought anything--and they recommend level 5 and up but I'm only level one,-" Taking another deep inhale Theo was about to start going on again when it dawned on her that her mouth was running faster than a river after a storm. Closing her mouth she took another breath and then met the other girls aquamarine gaze. "I'm sorry," The young girl sighed with small smile, "I'm told I get too excited sometimes. Let me start over. My name is Theodosia, but people call me Theo." With that said the young girl stuck her hand out. "It's nice to meet you." @Katagawa
  13. After eating that morning at the orphanage the blonde hair girl decided it was time to go into The Town of Beginnings. Taking a deep breath she moved through the crowded streets as carefully as she could. In reality she was no more obvious than a tangerine in an orange groove. If someone really wanted to find the small girl, they could, but no one was looking for her which allowed her to move through the sea of bodies like a shadow. If one were to watch Theo they would observe that her facial muscles were tense and a slight frown was on her face. The ocean blue orbs were intently focused on finding a way through the masses. This wandering into town was for a purpose. The blonde girl intended to partake in her very first fighting quest. She had informed the volunteer at the orphanage that she was going out and may not be back for awhile. The women was barely able to stutter out words before Theo was gone. Part of her did feel bad for taking off, but in order to meet her goal it was necessary. She would apologize later. If she made it back. Coming to the edge of town the young girl hovered around the gate that led out into the wilds. Pacing back and forth she intently focused on ground under her feet. "This would be so much easier if I had someone to go with me." The girl muttered under her breath.
  14. Shrill laughter filled the air as a group of about five children ran around the orphanage playing a thrilling game of 'freeze tag.' Sitting against a nearby tree was another young girl. Clear, ocean blue orbs observed as the other children ran around without a care in the world. A small grin would appear on the girl's face every time one of the kids would become unfrozen and continue the game of tag. it was all going well until suddenly one of the smaller children--named Amara--split away from the game and ran toward the other girl sitting peacefully under the tree. Amara was breathing heavy, her little face had turned the color of beet, but she was grinning from ear to ear. "Theo," her small voice shrilly cried as threw herself next to the other girl, "Would you hold my teddy bear? He is getting too tired to play." Innocently Amara held the brown patchy teddy bear an arms length away in Theo's direction. Without hesitation the other girl, now known as Theo, gently grabbed the teddy bear and placed it in her lap. "Don't worry. I'll look after him." Without waiting any longer Amara hopped up like a rabbit and joined the group once again. Sighing, Theo stroked the teddy bear's ear mindlessly. Sometime she wished that she could be like them. So carefree. So happy. So innocent. Only she wasn't. As much as the girl hated it she was fully aware the situation they were in and what was happening in the world they now lived in. It had taken years for Theo to come to this conclusion, but she needed to joint the fight. She needed to venture out into this world and do what she could for those she cared about. And today was the day to do it. Today was the day that Hydra was coming to the orphanage. The multi-colored haired women was an adventurer who had seen the world and what it had to offer. Not only was she experienced, but she was a great teacher. If someone could start Theo's path to adventuring it was Hydra. Despite those thoughts Theo was still nervous. She had never left the orphanage and was ill equipped for an adventure. There was still a glimmer of hope though. Through some of the takings around town the blonde had heard of a quest that was more about looting that about fighting. It was the perfect quest. Now to wait until Hydra arrived. [OCC: @Hydravion]
  15. Theodosia


    Thank you for the warm welcomes. :) I can tell I am going to like it here. @Shark CONGRATULATIONS ON GRADUATING SOON!! You are so close. @Neopolitan I would love to do an RP with you to get started. I'll shoot a message now.