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  1. Charlotte kicked off her boots and sighed in relief as her feet touched the sand. "Talk about a death game, this feels more like a frekin vacation!" She exclaimed under her breath. She was currently at the small village of Zugaikotsushima. As she stretched her arms, she nearly ran away from a small figure just a little bit shorter than her in the corner of her eye. She inhaled sharply and almost exploded when the (from what she presumed) NPC approached her. Charlotte immediately recognized who this certain NPC was and grinned. She let out a sigh of relief as the NPC smiled robotically at her and walked away. Poking at the pouch warily, she eventually just shrugged it off and placed it in her inventory. Alright, I'm in the islands. What kind of familiars can I get here? Fish? Sharks? Octopodes? And octopus would be pretty cool. But what kind of familiar?
  2. Every floor was massive. They had obvious paths and locations of interest. They had hidden dungeons and caverns, buildings and structures that players could explore. Then there were the sections of the map that were ignored, or unseen by all but a few. Secret passageways. Mob spawning areas that quickly became grinding zones. Treasure groves that gave players who found them much rewards. One could say it was impossible to find everything on every floor. But Itzal, being a master scout, and utilizing his free time, had managed to map out the entire first floor. He now stood on one of the uncommon areas. Not unnoticeable but not important either. The wind blew past him, pulling at his purple trench coat, ripping through his hair. His hands were in his pockets as he stood there, his face void of any emotion as he stared down at the ground. Specifically, the verbana flowers he was in front of. Out of all the flowers in this field, the verbana flowers held the most weight for him. They were his adopted sister's favorite flower, and purple was her favorite color. Because of this he had tried to keep them around his house as a reminder of what he fought for on a personal level. Velnia was sleeping in a bed of flowers currently. Itzal had asked her to stay out of this conversation if possible, and knowing how he was feeling helped convince her to just wait it out. It was reaching dusk. The sun slowly descending the stairs of the heavens. Darkness slowly but surely creeping into the sky, and eventually, the land around. It would be a while however before darkness took them. He had messaged Zandra, asking if he could talk to here. He could have chosen anyone. Hestia, who was a very kind soul. Kind enough to want to save Domarus from himself. He could have chose to speak with Shield, who was understanding. Or spoken with Jonathan to try and make amends, bridge the gap. He could have sent for anyone he personally knew... But he didn't. He didn't message Hestia, because she would try and fix the problem immediately and get him to rejoin the front lines. This however.. This wasn't something that could fix overnight. It needed time. Shield was understanding, but he didn't seem strong in the sensitive and emotional department, and thus would probably just make this hard for Itzal rather than better. Jonathan was having his own issues he needed to go through. Zandra... Zandra had a hard time as of late. She was judged because she sided with Ariel, who had clearly murdered Lowenthal. She used to be a very sweet person but then became more twisted and dark. She was a dangerous individual. Zandra however, was not. And he needed to stay in touch with someone active. Kasier took many breaks due to fatigue. Itzal needed someone active to be with. His skills sensed the approach of an individual and he knew who it was. "...Thanks for seeing me so last minute @Zandra. I really appreciate it."
  3. At my workshop, I saw that I had plenty of materials for the moment but I knew more people might be making more difficult orders soon and it was hard for me to make perfect items still. Maybe I should go back to the <<Garden>> that got me a ton of materials last time. I think the girl I hunted with, Kirbs, said something about inviting her gathering or hunting again, and I know Miss Neo said any time I went to get materials I should invite her because she could always use them. So I sent off two messages for the ladies to meet me at the edge of the Town so we could head out to that beautiful peaceful garden again. I was actually very excited since my last experience had been so relaxed and blissful. Maybe I could find more peace there and think over more of my plans while we searched. Quest Mechanics: Quest Requirements: Combat Stats: @Neopolitan @Kirbs
  4. Floor 24 Panareze Afternoon Post Field Boss Immediately follows conference Baldur lead @Shield and @Anemone down from the restaurant they had been eating at, and had met with the other frontline tanks, and down to the arena floor. The arena was a thing of beauty. It wasn't as large as some of the others they had seen, but what it lacked in size, it made up for in character. Water, as was the theme of the floor, ringed the main combat platform. Tiers and tiers of stone bench seating rose up all around it, filled with the denizens of the floor and the occasional other player who was just now beginning to explore the floor and what it offered. Baldur had no idea what they were in store for, but with this party, they were ready. To his knowledge, no one had yet completed any of the quests on the 24th floor. "I sent a message to @Beat as well, asking him to meet us here. As soon as he joins us, I think we can start this quest. I saw it when I was scouting around for a place to have our meeting." Turning back to face Shield and Anemone as he stood next to an NPC who looked straight out of a gladiator movie, Baldur smiled at them both. "I'm sorry that I seem to be the odd man out, but I really don't know anything more about you than you're a healer, Anemone-chan. Do you have any of the skill mods that come along with first aid? It may be foolish of me, but I assume you at least have Field Medic for group heals. And uh... what weapon do you use?" Normally Baldur could tell, but he didn't see one on her. She was in a safe town, so she may not equip it, but she could also be dagger user. "Shield here is the best tank the frontline has available. We'll never have to worry about hate generation with him around. He's also a capable healer, which will be good in case you get low from AoE attacks. Beat, his counterpart, is the best damage in the frontline. I'm not quite as flashy, but I'm also in the top 5 damage dealers on the front. So with you on our team, we have a pretty solid party. I'm hoping, that by doing this quest together, we can get a feel for working with one another and be ready for any issue that might come up when it really matters. I don't know what we'll fight in this quest yet, but between Beat and I, I don't foresee it lasting very long."
  5. Floor: 1 Town of Beginnings Lunchtime Baldur had not spent a lot of time on the first floor lately. Not since he and Tyger had closed up shop. He still went by from time to time to help gather supplies, though his stocks were dwindling due to his inactivity. And so, in his absence, the gaijin, wanna-be samurai had forgotten just how much more active the first floor was. Players who were not Frontliners did leave the first floor and populate the other floors, but the settlements on the floors above tended to be... small, and not have the accommodations for the sheer number of people the way the first floor did. Therefore, without his shop, Baldur never really had a need to go back and visit the lower levels... however, he had realized in his meeting with the Illuminati that this had caused problems, severing the ties of the players of the frontline and those who were trying to join them on the front. Now, Baldur had realized that he needed to try and reestablish that connection, but didn't know where to start. So he retraced his steps, and went to places he did not frequent. Chief among those was the first floor. Standing there, in the square where many of the quest givers tended to be, the gaijin stood out in his frontline gear. It wasn't so much that it was particularly fancy, but rather, that it was all custom. The montsuki haori hung around his shoulders and down to his mid thigh, held closed like a jacket with a burnished orange string connecting at the lapel. It was the color of the sky, but along the him at the bottom and along the sleeves were white flames that seemed to flicker when he moved. On each breast of the haori and larger on the back, was the symbol the Samurai had taken for his own, a heron wading in the rushes. Around his neck hung another item he had claimed almost as a symbol, as he had had it recreated over and over again. It was an emerald matagama, modeled after one of the divine regalia, and an artifact of Amaterasu. At his hip were two blades, and both looked... mismatched with the otherwise pleasant looking samurai. <<Shukketsu>> hung at his hip in its long black saya, with another heron on the tsuba, and the handle wrapped in red silk with a gold menuki; next to it was the legendary <<Muramasa>> the sword which broke the laws of the game. The demonic weapon was entirely responsible for Baldur being able to stand out on the frontlines the way he did, and compete with players who were out of his league. The cursed weapon had been given to him for safekeeping, because only he could be trusted to wield it. The dark, but relatively plain saya and silk hand wraps belied that something about the weapon which made it unpleasant to linger on. The smile and disposition of the man who bore them completely drove off any ominous aura of the sword. He appeared to be American, though with a more anime inspired long hair held back by the bits of orange armor that he bore covering his chest and forearms. His dark hair was somehow both unkempt and yet staying just where he wanted it to, and though his white-ness did stand out among the traditional japanese clothing, he also towered over the crowd of mostly children and asian players. Standing at a full six foot when barefoot, with his armor and hair, he was significantly taller in fact, and he wore his height and frontliner status proudly, which made him seem even taller than he was. A small gap was made around Baldur, people giving him space, but not so much space that it made them seem like they were avoiding him. It was the space you gave someone who seemed they were going somewhere in a purpose. It was the space you gave to someone who seemed about to move at any moment. And so here the Samurai stood, watching the players come and go, accepting quests, making parties, asking questions. At one point in time, he would been in there with them, answering questions, helping out, but for now, the samurai listened, and watched the crowd, looking for something to stand out to him. Someone to stand out to him. Perhaps, within this group of humanity, was diamond in the rough.
  6. Hei

    [F7-PP]Calming Soul

    The quest for the essence of steel, and all that had happened that day had been three weeks ago when Hei woke up late and knew what he wanted to do with his girlfriend. Saphira had gone home to her shop the day before, so Hei was alone and it felt cold. Not the kind of cold that made one shiver because of temperature, but the cold of heart. Even with them being together for weeks and nearly always walking sticking to each other he didn't know much about his love, and that made him feel a little angry. He knew she would talk to him, but he never knew how to ask her anything, as soon as she was around. - Today will be different. I'll finally make a move and learn about her. But how will I do this? - this was what he wondered about all morning, and when he had lunch he finally had the idea. As he always had loved hiking, and it was the perfect opportunity for talking without anybody being close by. He remembered that he had been to the seventh floor once and that it was the perfect mountainous range for hinking without many others disturbing them. As soon as she had decided that he wanted to do this, he opened the message tab of his menu and typed: Hey my Darling, I hope you have slept well and are rested. I wondered if you'd want to share some precious memories with me and learn about what I like. If so, meet me at the teleporter in two hours. Yours Hei @Saphira
  7. Secret Medicine of The Forest : Spangie walked peacefully around the small village. It feels nice.. she told herself happily. Only a few minutes ago she had accepted a ques from an old NPC that requested her to get this sort of item that's supposed to be medicine, and the only way to get it was to kill a thing called a 'nepent'. Whatever that was.. she said to herself soon after she had gotten the quest. Her familiar was resting peacefully on top of her head, ruffling the blondes hair, but she didn't care. "Maybe I should get some help.. it is a quest to kill sometching after all.." she spoke to herself. She peered around the village, it certainly wasn't much. Few players an NPCs were scattered across the area. She sighed and continued to skip around the settlement, not finding much luck. After a few minutes of looking, she stumbled upon a familiar violet haired girl. "Is that really you?" she squealed excitedly, clapping her hands. Apricot gave a shake of her head and tilted her head at the unfamiliar player. @Arabelle
  8. After the unfinished business in the sixth floor was taken care of, Vigilon, Krysta, and Vigilon's real world friend, Amelia(known in the game as Kanari_Kakaze) headed over to the eleventh floor, and entered one of the floor's restaurants to discuss what they were going to do next. The day was still young, after all. There was still time to do something else. "Who knew that Wyvern Fangs could pass for Dragon Fangs? Well, in some cases, that is, from what Scilla told me." The potion had finally been made, and he was told that it could cause certain things to be clearer, depending on the situation. Vigilon guessed that it would apply to things like being in his mind while resting at the Waterfall of the sage, or even make it possible for these weird dreams he's had to make sense. Either way, he wouldn't be drinking the potion until later. Much later. "Maybe, these weird dreams I've been having could finally make sense...then again, when have my dreams ever made sense?" Kanari_Kakaze shrugged. "Beats me." @Krysta
  9. As I appeared in Tomoika, I was amazed at the way the houses were built into the stalagtites. I had made my way here to meet Miss Neo for a gathering quest. I sent off a quick message to her saying I was ready to start the Nature’s Treasure quest on Floor 21 whenever she was before traveling to the edge of the town to wait. This was a real adventure, risking myself far beyond the safety of the floors I had found so far. But Miss Neo had said there was a <<Cavern>> up here similar to the <<Garden>> I found on the first floor that was just filled to the brim with materials. My skills as a crafter were growing quickly and I would need higher levels materials soon so this was a great chance for me. As I reached the edge of town I doubled checked my gear and made sure Sunetra and I were ready for the challenges we’d face today. Quest Mechanics: Quest Requirements: Combat Stats: @Neopolitan
  10. “Um, are you Zack?” Jade asked nervously. “I-I’ve come for the quest, um, the first, the first few lessons are free?” The buildings light was dimmed, the wood looked old and vintage, some exposed nails raised a few safety concerns. “Indeed, I am ‘Zack’. I can help you get started in the land of Aincrad. But first I need you to do is to bring me five tier one materials.” The man went on about the rest of the information about the quest. “O-ok…” She said, her voice calming. Ghost walked out of the building onto the paved streets of The Town of New Beginnings as a turmoil of voices filled the air around her, she wasn’t in her combat armor yet, she simply wore her casual getup. She looked into the sky, it was changing into a orange to pink gradient as it became dusk. She let out a long sigh before saying: “I just can’t talk to people today, can I? Not even an NPC? Hehe...” Jade tried to form a smile, but she couldn’t. Mind as well get this over with. She thought before heading towards what she though was the direction of the fields, she didn't make it that far without getting lost in the streets. @Jun
  11. Itzal stood on the other side of the room leaning against the wall. He was looking down at @Pinball, who was currently chained up. Itzal's sword keeping the chains, and by extension him from going anywhere. Itzal said nothing for a while. He simply rested there watching him through the shadowy mist that covered his face. His real face being expressionless as he thought about the entire situation. Pinball had committed murder. Mercilessly from what he had heard. Even assaulted another player. And yet his face was showing grief, shame, guilt, pain. So the question was. Which was the more dominant? His guilt and love for his friends? Or whatever murderous intent had started this whole affair? He could never return to the life he knew obviously, but there was a chance... A chance he could somehow save the man. He didn't know how to start it off however, and thus remained silent. Keeping guard until Hestia returned. He was really hoping he'd win the raffle too. He needed good gear if he was going to be taking on player killers from now on. The main issue however... Was where the hell they'd keep them? Itzal had completely mapped out floors one through ten.. Perhaps he could collect teleport crystals and test out every zone he could. Starting with any and all places of interest. If he found one he'd send Hestia a message telling her where to set up the prison. After that, he could hunt down player killers and send them to prison.
  12. Kirbs rubbed her chin and groaned, I need to do a quest, specifically the medicine one. She sighed and sent out a message to someone random in her friends list. Her finger landing on Mortambo, she gave a shrug. It could be worse. After sending the message, she fell back down on to her bum. Kirbs sat on a brisk rock with a pointed look. I can't wait for Kat right now. I really need to finish this quest, sorry Kat! She let her familiar curl around her arm and sat up, only to hit something and fall back on to the floor once again. "Ow, the hell, mate?" She rubbed the back and looked up. An unfamiliar player was standing there, and she had absolutely no idea who he was. "Oh, banana cheese balls." She looked up at him with a nervous smile. "Sorry about that pal, I guess I wasn't looking where I was... standing?" @Ptolemy @Mortambo
  13. Domarus sat in front of the pool and waterfall of floor six. Specifically he sat on a carved stone meant for meditating in front of it. People didn't usually come here unless they were trying to complete the quest itself. That was actually Domarus' original plan when he came here. To try and see if he could take the 'Calming the Soul' quest again. Not for rewards, but for the actual hands on experience... There was much he had to work on. However the system didn't seem to be in his favor. And thus, he figured he may as well take the time to try and find some peace while he could. Before he got to work. He had placed a photo of his mother he gained from the quest 'What We Fight For' in front of him. If he lost focus, or became unsettled at all, he'd just look at the picture and relax. It was difficult for him to get to a state where his mind quieted. He still hadn't mastered it. However he was hoping that one day. He could learn to quiet the raging voices in that stormed through his mind. Unfortunately, today would not be that day. Even his practice would be interrupted very soon... @tricolor_mina
  14. Ryo has been walking around with her new weapons around her hands as she was walking on floor one, the hand wraps are good to use in combat for hand to hand, but useless while she was using her war hammer. She then puts the hand wraps into her inventory and walks around again. Ryo seemed to have a good time walking around without doing stupid in her eyes, Her pink and yellow air flows on the wind that came around and Ryo lets out a small giggle. The time on floor one was getting better and better for her but she was more likely to be ashamed by her actions than anything else. She took out a food item and started to eat it while walking around, It was good to have food around at all times. She wanted to find a spot to start singing undisturbed and peaceful but, Then she hears Music being sung, Where is this coming from I have to find out, Where, where is it. She started walking to the music and came to a house that looked like a studio, she walked in and started to listen to the singing. there was no one in the front of the shop but the singing happened in the back Ryo wanted to know who was singing and moved up to the door at the back. However, she did not go inside and just stood there putting her ear on the door wanting not to disturb the lady behind the door. @Katagawa
  15. As I walked through the town of Deepedge on Floor 7 looking for the Tacet Cibum cafe I thought back to the kind of strange girl named Neo who guarded me on my way to find Sunetra. She was certainly an amazing fighter, but never said a word, only sending messages through the system. I heard she owned the cafe I was headed to and I wanted to thank her again for helping me find my companion. Sunetra's company was so wonderful when I was out adventuring on my own I feel like I owed her another thank you. Finally spotting the café, I saw the subtitle “Where our toast is as golden as our silence”. Huh, it sounds like a place to stop and shed your worries and just exist for a little while. I’m sure we could all use that. As I stepped inside the cafe, I felt Sunetra, inside my hood, shift slightly to get more comfortable. @Neopolitan
  16. Ghost

    [PP-F1] Being Normal

    The sun's rays shimmered over the trees, the wind soft but present. Causing the leaves to move in a hypnotic pattern as they tried to pull away from the branches. Jade walked down the dirt path leading to her quiet place. She didn't own it, it was just so isolated, that she thought no one would find it. She made a swift ninety degree turn off the path and into the underbrush. She continued this direction for a little while until she came across clearing, it was a small hill with short grass, and a tree at the very top. Jade got out a checkered blanket and laid it down. She sat down on the blanket, her back against the tree and began reading a book. "I wish I had a normal life..." She said outloud, which she tends to do when she thinks she is alone. "...just like the characters." Jade continued, enving the book she was reading. She looked up from the book and let out a long sigh, then resuming reading the book. @Ennakai
  17. As I stepped foot out from Urbus, a nervous chill ran down my spine. While the second floor was still far from the front lines, it was the furthest I had dared to venture. I still was finishing up some quests on the first floor, but I had heard that if you sought out a certain NPC in the Southern Mountains of this floor you could learn the Martial Arts skill. I put out an open call to form a group as I heard this quest can be particularly hard to solo. Very quickly, I had plenty of responses and we formed up and headed out to the spot in the southern mountains. As Urbus fell away in the distance, my anxious energy turned into excitement. As the hills to the south of town began to turn into the foothills of the mountains I realized my adventures had finally begun and I didn’t have to live in fear anymore. Quest Objectives: Combat Stats: Party: @Dustin @Neopolitan
  18. On the first floor, as I was looking for materials, I ran into an old gypsy woman that just appeared out of almost nowhere. "Well hello, young man. I see your trying to work on your Blacksmithing." I replied rather warily "Um, yes, why do you ask?" She smiled a rather off putting kind of smile and said "Well, I have something that will help you make the most out of all your hard work. A familiar." I had briefly heard of familiars. They were creatures in the game that could be trained to help with certain tasks either combat or healing you. "How will a familiar help me with crafting?" I asked the old woman. "Take this food, find a suitable familiar, and train it to work at your forge and you will see." "All right", I responded still a little weirded out, but I put it in my inventory and looked up and the gypsy woman was gone. Where could I find a suitable companion? I pulled out the New Player's Guide to the floors that were handed out. Level 9 was filled with fire and lava and so something good for working with steel and the forge would probably be there. But Level 9? I needed someone to go with me and be sure I didn't get killed. Heading back to the Town notice board, I put up a post about wanting to form a group to gather materials and search for a familiar. I got a response almost immediately and headed out to meet them on Level 9 right outside Yōgan Village. @Neopolitan Quest Objectives: Quest Mechanics: Quest Rewards: Quick Stats
  19. Standing at the teleportation plaza of the 21st floor, Macradon was fully clad in his full plate armor, covering his entire body in finely crafted steel plates he made himself. In his back a very large sword strapped on a harness to keep it steady. He was awaiting someone, someone he had written a few messages with after reading the bulletin boards about material gathering. He wasn’t too sure who would need a bodyguard at situations like this, but it seemed like it was a low leveled player since they needed a bodyguard to roam safely on the 21st floor. Macradon would exhale deeply and await the appearance of this other player that he weren’t too familiar with, not even knowing what the person looked like. He would just have to rely on his senses and make a guess that his client would notice the man standing in full plate, that this person would be the one to be a bodyguard. Appearence:
  20. "Come on you overgrown bug if you don't attack then you'll never win" Zuekin laughed as he said knowing full well that his thorns would take care of it, but they required a direct attack to activate so in short if it attacks it dies "well if you won't come to me then I'll go to you" he said as he charged the poor defenseless insect. As he reached the side of it Zuekin brought his fist above his head and brought it back down with enough force to tear it's head from it's body effectively killing the giant waspand causing it to shatter into pieces. "Welp thanks for the fight hahaha" laughing again for the millionth time today he loved a good fight more than anything. That's mostly the reason he was out here to have some fun, but to also finally find this quest he had been looking for. Supposedly there was an NPC on top of one of the mountains here on the second floor but wouldn't you know it there were dozens of mountains on this floor but that was fine by him that just meant more fights which equals more fun. He wasn't paying any attention to where he was stepping as he looked around at the surrounding area and one thing caught his attention there weren't any mobs to be seen unbeknownst to him he had stumbled onto the fields of crossing "huh that's weird I guess I've wandered into a natural safe zone" pausing only to notice smoke coming off of one of the numerous mountain tops "that's gotta be the..... ahhhh" his sentence getting cut off as he tripped over what seemed to be a player laying in the tall grass and land face first into the dirt "tch tch, aww my face..... Dang that hurt what the heck did I trip over"
  21. Ghost

    [PP-F1] Morning Routine

    Early morning sunlight entered the Inn’s windows, cutting through the darkness. The small particles in the air visible in the beams of light. “Ah, no.., It can’t be morning already…” Jade said, throwing a pillow at one of the windows. Jade got upright and groaned as she got to her feet. She quickly went through her morning routine: Shower, Brush, Get Dressed, etc. After this, she has some time on her hands to think about the previous day or the day ahead of her. Then she goes to get some breakfast from one of the restaurants or shops nearby. She reluctantly left the room and went out the front doors of the Inn, heading to the closest source of available food. This place was so comforting the first day, then everything took a turn for the worse. She let out a long sigh. Thats went she saw one of the restaurants workers walk out with a sign. “Wait, what time is it?” She quickly opened her menu to see eleven twenty-nine staring back at her. Her eyes widened. Looking up she began running towards the restaurant. “It's not too late, it's not to-ahHH!” She yelled, running into someone, Jade face planting in the process. She looked up at her still open menu. “11:30”. “It’s too late…” She whimpered, immediately remembering the person she ran into, her face turned bright red, she swiftly got to her knees and faced them. “O-oh! I-I’m so sorry! A-Are you ok?” @Kyot0
  22. "Sound simple enough." Grimm said to himself, turning to the player request board immediately. He grabbed a blank piece of paper and hovered over it for around thirty seconds as he used the text box to fill in the request. "Alright, there we are." He began walking out of town after placing the paper on the board, admiring the sunny day on the way there by taking off his hood, though he decided to leave his face-mask on. Once out of town he sat down, his back against a lamp post with a few flyers on it for some various shops or quests in the area. The message he left read: Hello everyone! Grimm here. I need some help with a quest, specifically one called "Secret Forest of Medicine". I'm too low level to take the quest alone. I'll be waiting outside of the town where you get the quest by the road. Thanks. @Ghost @Frank @Zuekin
  23. Domarus and Keres had argued for multiple days now. Keres was demanding to know why he was just abruptly decided to end his conquest. Not only in the virtual world, but the real world as well. She demanded to know what happened to the aggressive and cruel man she clung to. Just because she couldn't feel pain in this world, didn't mean she wanted to give it up in the real world. Most of the time Domarus simply brushed her off. Not ready to talk. Recently however he was being pressured into telling her everything even more. Domarus was going through everything in his shop, which was now of course closed. He was currently in the secret room he had created for Keres. An underground room connected to his shop where her alchemical devices and such were. She hadn't practiced in a long while, so she was still a very low rank. Either one or two. This was where he was forced to reveal everything to Hestia. The woman barged into his shop showing evidence of his dark side. He had to drag her down into this very room, seal it, and push and threaten her to not say a single word. No matter how much she wanted to. That was also the day her sister Raven discovered the truth about him. He sighed as he heard Keres' footsteps as they descended. "D**n it you will tell me EVERYTHING Harken." He sighed. Would this never end? Even after he chose to let go of his hatred towards everyone. The envy he felt. He still couldn't find peace.. @Cosi
  24. Ghost

    [PP-F1] Daybreak

    Early morning sunlight entered the Inn’s windows, cutting through the darkness. The small particles in the air visible in the beams of light. "Mmrrr..." Jade grumbled, throwing a pillow at one of the windows. Jade got upright and groaned as she got to her feet. She quickly went through her morning routine: Shower, Brush, Get Dressed, etc. After this, she has some time on her hands to think about the previous day or the day ahead of her. Then she goes to get some breakfast from one of the restaurants or shops nearby. She reluctantly left the room and went out the front doors of the Inn, heading to the closest source of available food. "Yaaawwnnnn... I woke up... To early..." Jade opened her menu checking the time. "9:34 AM" Jade tilted her head. "Yep, too early." Jade lumbers over to the local cafe and sits down in one of the seats, waiting for a waiter of waitress. It's oddly packed today, almost all the seats and tables are full. Jade realised she was the only one in the resturant at a table with no one else at it. She crossed her arms on the table and placed her head on top. Trying to savor lost sleep, or just the though of staying on bed all day, it's not too late for that, is it? @Huginn
  25. Kirbs plopped a sushi roll in her mouth groaned as she stepped out of the inn. What is this, my third time trying to get a bloody familiar? The last time I tried, I was stuck in a bloody cave for a day. She looked around and groaned again. I need time to bloody pass this thing, I can’t do this by myself all over again! She mentally shrieked, putting the pouch of food inside of her inventory. Ugh, screw you social awkwardness! I don’t want to go anywhere! She kicked the hard ground and sulked. I’m never gonna go anywhere... why can’t the universe just give me a bloody familiar already?! Screw you universe! I call blasphemy! She went back to sulking and sighed. Wait, why the hell am I back on this floor?! Wasn’t I dying if frekin’ heat stroke last time I was here? Oh no, no. No! I call bull! I don’t want to do this quest anymore. Dang it! +1 Super Lucky Sushi Roll @Hazado