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  1. placehold, basic attack rolling Dire Wolf: -2/10 (-3 HP) DEFEATED! Dead before attack. Drazyn: 20/20 (EN: 0/2) uses a basic attack. Hit! (-1 energy) Roll for Basic Attack and Dire Wolf attack: LOOT ROLL: REWARDS: 30 Col (HP*3 col) 4 T1 Mats (LD odd, CD odd) <<Unidentified T1 Perfect Light Armor>> (LD 19 / CD 7) <<Unidentified T1 Perfect Trinket>> (LD 19 / CD 7)
  2. As the battle continued on, Drazyn was definitely finding more success than before, and the wolf still couldn't pull off a hit. At the moment, it seemed like the battle was going to be a quite quick and easy victory for the rapier-wielder. Just keeping bringing it's HP down, you can do this! Drazyn thought to himself while he kept his mind focused on the battle at hand. Even a small mistake or error could mean death in this game, and he had seen the countless names that had fallen prey to the game's murderous ways on even just the first floor. But Drazyn had to do something more than just sit around. He had to make sure the ones that were still alive made it back to their homes, where they want to be, safe from the death game. Drazyn wanted free, but the more he thought about it he had no one to go back to. But these people did. They had families waiting for their safe return, dreading a not-safe return. Dire Wolf: 1/10 attacks. MISS! (-3 HP) Drazyn: 20/20 (EN: 0/2) uses a basic attack. Hit! (-1 energy) Roll for Basic Attack and Dire Wolf attack:
  3. Drazyn actually felt a bit more frightened this time by the wolf's charge, even though it had the same gleaming red eyes it seemed more angry than it could've been before. It's hatred towards Drazyn definitely showed. The wolf quickly came at Drazyn while attempting to hit him with a running tackle, but it would prove futile once more. Drazyn barely managed to avoid the Dire Wolf's attack. Drazyn had definitely gotten just lucky enough in his ability to dodge the attack. With the wolf's missed attack, it left the beast vulnerable towards Drazyn. With the wolf wide open, Drazyn pierced his blade once again into the wolf, straight into the left side of the creature. It let out a loud howl, clearly not happy about the pain it was feeling. Drazyn got excited as he saw the Dire Wolf's HP bar dip into the orange zone. "Just a bit more!" Drazyn smirked at the wolf, as he was beginning to find a route to success in this battle. Dire Wolf: 4/10 attacks. MISS! (-3 HP) Drazyn: 20/20 (EN: 0/2) uses a basic attack. Hit! (-1 energy) Roll for Basic Attack and Dire Wolf attack:
  4. Drazyn knew at level one he didn't have enough energy to use much in the terms of Sword Arts, so his first failed attempt at one was the only chance he was going to get in this fight. Now he had to keep using just basic hits to fight the wolf, which was okay he thought because of the wolf's very slim HP bar. Now if he could just land a hit, maybe this fight would be going better. With a quick three step process, Drazyn approached the wolf so quickly that it didn't have a chance to react or move. Moving with swift motions, Drazyn pierced the Dire Wolf with his rapier, <<Breath of the Forest>>, but the wolf backed off quickly. Drazyn watched as the wolf's HP bar decreased, not quite into the orange yet though. His attention was quickly adjusted to a snarling, somehow even more unhappy wolf. Dire Wolf: 7/10 attacks. MISS! (-3 HP) Drazyn: 20/20 (EN: 0/2) uses a basic attack. Hit! (-1 energy) Roll for Basic Attack and Dire Wolf attack:
  5. The battle wasn't going well for Drazyn, but it certainly wasn't going well for the monster by any means, either. Neither Drazyn or the Dire Wolf seemed capable of landing a hit on the other, no matter how much they tried. This could end up being a very long fight if it kept up at this pace. Maybe it would have been worth it for Drazyn to buy some item with an accuracy enhancement before he headed out into the wild? Of course it would've been worth it, but it was no time for Drazyn to be having regrets. Another weak (but potentially dangerous to the level one player) charge was given from the wolf, but Drazyn quickly dipped to the side just in time, attempting to jab the wolf himself in the process. Drazyn's hit, however, was also incapable of finding its mark. If nothing else, Drazyn could definitely use this fight against a pretty easy monster as experience in the future and learn from his mistakes. Dire Wolf: 10/10 attacks. MISS! Drazyn: 20/20 (EN: 0/2) uses a basic attack. Miss! (-2 energy) Roll for Basic Attack and Dire Wolf attack:
  6. Well gosh dang! This isn't going as planned. Come on Drazyn, you can do this... Drazyn thought in his head to himself as he got himself back off of the ground as quickly as he could. The wolf hadn't done a good job of utilizing the error Drazyn made, and the young newblett of a player was lucky for that. The wolf wouldn't give Drazyn long however, even if it had given him a chance to get back on his feet again. The wolf quickly made a mad dash towards the standing player, giving seemingly all the speed it had. All it took for Drazyn to dodge it was a slight shuffle to the right as soon as the wolf got close enough. the wolf slowed down and spun back towards Drazyn as soon as it could, almost tripping itself in the process. Drazyn tried to take the advantage of the wolf's slow turnaround by jabbing it with his sword, but he just missed as the wolf dodged to the side. Dire Wolf: 10/10 attacks. MISS! Drazyn: 20/20 (EN: 0/2) uses a basic attack. Miss! (-2 energy) Roll for Basic Attack and Dire Wolf attack:
  7. As Drazyn turned around to see what snarling creature had approached him, he found himself looking into deep read gleaming eyes. "Ah crap!" Drazyn jumped backwards and immediately drew his Breath of the Forest, it seemed it was the best environment for it to be used in anyways. The monster, that seemed to be named a Dire Wolf, was not happy by any means for Drazyn's 'intrusion' into its forest. The wolf wanted Drazyn dead, the player could tell. It seemed like there was no way Drazyn could escape unless he won the battle against this monster. The wolf snarled again, reminding Drazyn of the danger ahead of him. "Alright," Drazyn said, "Let's dance, Mr.Wolf." Drazyn prepared his first ever sword skill, Rip Ravine, to attack the wolf. As he steadied his blade, his feet quickly began to make work of the few steps that stood between him and the wolf as the wolf got ready for an attack its way. That quick footwork turned out to be a bit of an embarrassment however as him and his shining sword tripped over a root on the ground, hitting his face on the ground. The Dire Wolf swiftly took the chance to make its own attack but Drazyn shifted just enough to dodge the lunge attack in time. Dire Wolf appears! (HP: 10 DMG: 3) Dire Wolf: 10/10 attacks. MD: 5 - MISS! Drazyn: 20/20 (EN: 0/2) uses Rip Ravine [x2] Sword Art. BD: 2 - MISS! (-2 energy) Roll for Rip Rivine [x2] and Dire Wolf attack:
  8. Drazyn looked around the forest as he walked, staying on the clearly-used and meant for use path through the trees. He hadn't come across any mobs yet, well, any close enough to have been a threat to him. He saw a few monsters in the distance in the grassland area, but Drazyn hadn't approached them at all. But the more he thought about it, how was he going to get stronger if he was too scared to fight a dang weak little boar? He kept an aware eye as he continued the path and finally came to a halt when he found something that looked like it could be a material. It was a small plant that shined in the dimmed light. It was mostly green with a hint of red on its flowering surface. This time, as Drazyn went to pick the material, it stayed in one piece, and was added to his inventory. "One down!" Drazyn said as he stood up to begin heading back on his way. But as he stood, he heard a small snarl from behind him. Whatever it was didn't seem too happy that Drazyn was taking the plant. "Uh oh." Roll: (LD 14 - Success!) | Total Quest Materials Found - 1 Mat
  9. Drayzn continued to walk and he eventually found himself at the entrance to the forested area. As he walked, he was cautious, ready to grab his rapier without a moment of hesitation. Drazyn, new to the SAO combat scene, wasn't sure if the monsters out here in the forest would be any stronger than those typically found in the grasslands surrounding the Town of Beginnings. With a rapier like his, even if the monsters were a slight bit stronger, he knew he could still probably take a mob or two down pretty easily if it came down to it. Upon entering the forest, Drazyn found his environment becoming a bit darker with the tree shade, even with the morning sun trickling through the small cracks in the leaves. Honestly, so far, the forest seemed pretty calm. He could hear the small song of a bird taking flight among the quiet and constant sound of small insects ( that presumably preferred the darker environment of the forest). The same small breeze he felt out in the grasslands traveled into the forest, making branches wave and leaves falling slowly. Roll: (LD 2 - Fail)
  10. As Drazyn was walking, he approached a flower that perhaps looked like something good old Zakariah could use in one of his potions. It was a short flower, with almost fluorescent white colored petals that seemed to call out to Drazyn. Drazyn knelt his knee into the wet grass to examine the flower closely. He went to pick it up, hoping it could be his first material, even if he hadn't been searching all that long. Instead, as Drazyn picked it up, the flower crumbled in his hand. "Darn it!" Drazyn said to himself, slightly disappointed in the failure of a material. He then stood up and made a quick scan of his surroundings. As he looked around, he tried to think of where he should head to look for more materials. Not so far in the distance, however, Drazyn saw a forested area. It definitely would seem more natural to find materials there. Drazyn still feared for running into combat slightly, but he decided it was worth it. He began walking in that direction, ready for whatever would be awaiting him. Hopefully, an abundance of materials so he could finish the quest and get whatever rewards the old alchemist dude would give him. Roll: (LD 5 - Fail)
  11. It genuinely was a wonderful day on the first floor of castle Aincrad. The sun was shining with just the right amount of white, poofy clouds spread across the deep blue sky. The morning weather couldn't have possibly been better, with a slight and just right breeze blowing through Drazyn's brown hair. It was the type of weather that would make the fairy tale character of Goldilocks happy. It wasn't too far into his walk, but Drazyn hadn't had too amazing luck searching for materials across the grass land. He needed to find a better spot to search for Zakariah's materials, but he really didn't feel like leaving the grasslands quite yet. He wasn't quite that willing to head out into a situation where it could be much more unsafe than out in the grass. He still had that same voice in his head as he had previously. The voice that gave Drazyn some reasoning, but maybe the same exact voice that holds Drazyn back from what he could be. The voice that always had held him back from what he wanted to be. But, Drazyn was driven. He was driven to make that voice die. He had something he wanted to do and he wasn't going to let that very voice stand in his way. Roll: (LD 6 - Fail)
  12. Drazyn was brave crossing the gate and walking right out into the grassland area, but with every step he took in the dewy and soft green colored grass, his bravery and courage was questioned in his mind. Was it really worth putting himself into this danger, where he could die and lose everything? But, the more he thought about it, Drazyn realized he really didn't have much to lose. His mother and sister were gone, he didn't have any friends since the move way back in middle school, and his remaining family were all abusive to him. I mean, really - why not play the game it was meant to play? The more he thought about it, the more Drazyn wished he had been actually doing stuff all the months he spent in isolation in the Town of Beginnings. He wanted to prove to himself that he really could help everyone clear this game. It wasn't for himself though, no. It was for the countless individuals besides him that lived in the Town of Beginnings full of sorrow. Drazyn couldn't fix what happened to his mother. But in a way, he felt like by helping these people get back to their own families that were still alive, he would make her proud. Roll: (LD 10 - Fail)
  13. It had been a while since Drazyn had actually done much in the game of SAO besides simply walking around the Town of Beginnings, with fear of death on his mind. But now, here he was about to leave the massive town, having accepted a quest from an NPC named "Zakariah". The quest seemed simple enough; Find the old man some materials so he can craft with them and probably get nice reward, Drazyn wasn't interested in searching an info brokers list to find what the quests reward would be. If he was going to do something in this game, he wanted the reward to be a nice surprise. Something he could actually be somewhat excited about, a feeling that Drazyn had seemed to long forgotten in the past. Drazyn also saw the quest as a way to help himself change. He wanted to help clear the game. He wanted to get through it. Heck, he even wanted to play the game he had saved up money to buy. But the fear of death was just so haunting to the young adult that he hadn't let himself out of his shell. He didn't want to die. If he was going to die, he should've been in that car when his mom and sister got rammed into, not like this. He thought about how much he wanted to be with them all the time. All together as a happy family again. He had his rapier in its sheath at his side, the Breath of the Forest, in case if he stumbled upon combat. He really was hoping it wouldn't come to that. Drazyn stopped walking out of the town right when he stood before the gates. He let out a big breath, closed his eyes for a moment, and thought about why he was here. In any case, he really should've found the game much more appealing than living with an abusive family.. Drazyn tried to tell himself that all the time, but always felt like it was his fault they were that way. He opened his eyes as he began to walk forward again, out of the safe zone and into the grass lands. "I can do this!"
  14. Drazyn


    Bumping this since it is finished now, and am going to use this seperate post in the future for roleplay/arc descriptions. Thanks!
  15. Drazyn


    Faceclaim: Somewhere similar to Gary and Green Oak, Pokemon Series Drazyn's Profile Username: Drazyn Real name: Matsuda Tsuneo Age: 18 Gender: Male Height: 5'8" About Drazyn has messy brown hair and light emerald green eyes. He looks a tad bit older for being eighteen, but has a cleanly shaven face. History/Personality: Drazyn spent his youngest years in a smaller town several miles north of Tokyo. He had a happy childhood there, with his younger sister, older brother, and parents. Drazyn had been an energetic kid, always wanting to be outside and always running around the small town with his friends. His family would go on weekly bike rides down to the park together and would all play basketball, among many other activities the family would. He had lived a pretty darn good childhood up until going into middle school. It was during his second year at the school there when his happy days began counting down, without even having a clue something would happen. He didn't even know what had happened. Drazyn had walked home from school that day as planned, with a pretty chipper attitude. School was out for the weekend, so hey, what wasn't the kid to be excited for? Clouds surrounded the blue sky but the sun found a spot to peak through. It seemed like a good day. Opening the door to his home with the same lively feeling, he found an eerie silence awaited him, when usually his parents and siblings would be home by now. The school his younger sister went to was about ten minutes away by car and got out about an hour earlier, so his mom would normally pick her up, and Drazyn would enjoy to walk home from school. His brother had his own car, so he would drive home from high school on his own. Thinking about it, he hadn't seen his mom's bright red car in the driveway like usual. "Hello...?" Drazyn asked in the house. It was almost as if it carried a dreary echo throughout the lifeless living room, through the empty kitchen, and right back at him. He started to walk up the stairs towards his parents' room to see if they were there and what he found was a scary thing to see. His father knelt down on his knees and trying to hide his tears. Two empty bottles of wine laid down on the carpet next to him, leaking whatever was left onto the closet carpet. It was a mortifying sight to the young adolescent. Drazyn didn't go to school the next week. His mother and younger sister had died that day on their way back from school; they had crashed with a driver too busy looking at their phone to look at the road ahead. After the funeral, the family moved to a much smaller apartment in Tokyo. Drazyn's brother became very abusive towards him, and his dad became abusive as well. He didn't talk much, but when he did, it was yelling. Otherwise, all he did was go to his new job, come home, and drink. Living in the bustling capital of Japan, Drazyn often found himself lost amidst the busy streets along the city. He became quiet as he grew up in the city, and found a new feeling of anxiety he hadn't felt before. He picked up a after-school job at a local computer parts store, not only just to have some money for himself, but so he could stay out of the house. He was a very smart student in school, even with the abuse. Drazyn found himself getting lost in video games to hide from the abusiveness of his family and to cope with the reality around him. It was his senior year when we went out and bought Sword Art Online. As he plugged in, He had the intent to hide himself and his emotions inside the game as often as he could away from his father and brother, but as it turned out when he first said those cursed words, he was stuck for a much longer time. "Link Start!" Virtues: Caring. Regardless of how socially awkward Drazyn is, he is truthfully caring for those close to him. Even though his father and brother are abusive to him, Drazyn would never forgive himself if something happened to them, regardless of why it happened. He partially blames himself for his father's alcoholic ways, and really wishes he would stop. Drazyn has always been a caring type of person and would do anything for those close to him. Resourceful. In most situations, Drazyn has a very analytical mind when he just puts it to work instead of letting his emotions do the talking. He is a very good problem solver in hard situations, so he could be a great member for a team of players to have on their side. Drazyn had hopes of going to school to get a degree in Computer Science since he first peaked his interest in computers, and loves thinking through any kind of complex problems. Courageous. Drazyn, even in the face of fear, is courageous, and will not back down if it means helping another person. He will fight until the very end and will not give up when the going gets tough, and likes to inspire those around him to know that there is a way through it. That laying down and dying is not the only option. His rescourceful-ness and courageousness is something that can work together very nicely. Flaws: Emotional and Recklessly Impulsive. He tries to keep hidden any emotions he has in general as much as he can, but in private, Drazyn is really impulsive and emotional. He cries a lot still about how he misses his mother and sister in private. He's sad about not having any friends, but clearly tries to keep that to himself. This may lead to Drazyn acting somewhat recklessly when on his own, and potentially putting himself into dangerous situations because of his impulsive misjudgments. Anxious. Stemming from when Drazyn moved after the day his mother had died, he had a new sense of anxiety. In the smallest of situations, Drazyn may find himself panicking and not knowing what to do sometimes. Drazyn is also really socially anxious and somewhat tries to avoid other people for that reason, even if he really deep down wants to have friends, he is scared. He is scared of holding people close and letting them in and then losing them, or even letting them down. Drazyn always felt like he had let down his abusive father, and his brother always let him know how much of a failure he was after the move. Those were the only ones close to him after they moved to Tokyo, and it scares Drazyn because he doesn't want to let anyone else down. Mentally Unstable. Drazyn has lots of problems with where he puts his head and where his thoughts go because of the traumatic abuse from his father. Sometimes, Drazyn will flinch and get scared for a moment when you go for a high-five even, out of simple reaction. The head-space he has because of the abuse sometimes makes it feel like life really isn't worth it to Drazyn, and he assumes others don't want him around, but he tries his hardest to keep himself pushing. He tries to think about the better times when they would go on those family bike rides once a week, all as a family and happy. Drazyn Inventory/Skills/Col Log - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1uxVhDKLJp3UO9kcqJCintIkNUqrrNeG4VK3jCKgz0M4/edit?usp=sharing -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------