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  1. Ben gathered up his supplies back at home. He had been on a few different raids with his friends lately, but some days he just felt like working on his own. Well, almost on his own. His faithful familiar, Sebastian was draped over his shoulder, ready to head out on the long journey ahead. Or just lying there watching Ben work in the kitchen while waiting for something else to happen- he was a hungry caterpillar after all. Right now though, he was working on one of the Ultra Luck Hot Dogs he had purchased, adding mustard and relish on top of it- it wouldn't be a true Chicago dog without it. "OK Sebastian, let's hurry up- we want to get as much done as we can today. This buff will only last until nightfall, and I want to get it's worth." he told his silent companion as he finished up, chowing down on the finished product and watching for the buff icon to pop up. Once it did, he grabbed his readied bag and raced out the door, ready to go. [Used Ultra Lucky Hot Dog, used 'Filling' buff. +4 LD for thread] Once he left his house on the 9th floor, Ben headed into town, taking in the view of the forest from his yard as he went. It was a good choice to build here, and relaxing on his days off, but today wasn't one of those days. Today he had work to do, and he breezed his way past the empty town square, not bothering to see who else was up this early in the day. And once he hit the teleporter, he was gone in a flash. The town of Taft was on floor 11- not in the front lines, and not low enough for new players to be hanging around. Most days it only had a handful of hunters coming in and out for quests, and today wasn't much different, especially this early. The sun had barely crested over the trees by now, so most people would still be in bed.
  2. "I'm too goddamn young to give up and rot in this godforsaken game!" she shouted, visibly agitated after waking up for the what felt like the millionth time, about to repeat her daily routine again. As Hisa leaned back, falling on her bed, she stared at the ceiling in frustration. "Even Katoka ventures out, trying to advance and help beat this mmo. Why am I so scared?" she grumbled. Fearing that her only close real life friend would find out that she was a coward at heart, the anger within her grew with every passing moment, before it got the better of her. Never one to hold back when enraged, she kicked a nearby chair with all of her strength, sending it flying against the wall where it unceremoniously bounced off, causing a system message to pop up 'Immortal Object'. This was the final straw. She had to change something about her situation before this place would drive her crazy. Amidst a incredibly long string of cursewords aimed at the chair, Hisa finally gathered her courage to at least complete the tutorial. Opening the questlist, only a single one was selectable for her"<<The First Few Lessons are Free>>".
  3. "I don't even know why I'm gonna do this but I'm doing it, should I take a nap first?" he asked himself an important question. That question, however, is not a good idea to give no as an answer. The settlement of Taft was the floor that Crozeph entered after a floor boss battle. He signed up as a frontliner and managed to live through the ordeal despite having four people fight a boss with many heads. The European aesthetic of the floor was nostalgic to him, it's been a while since he entered the Taft and now he's standing iin front of a building tall and long enough to at least be called a mansion. "I am no fan of huge houses" he muttered as he sat on a staircase holding the foods that he had prepared for what would be a better way of gaining col and materials and possibly items to identify. He did another one of this may be a few days ago or a week? he was with Night and Yuki, the boot-up-yo-ass-mobs duo. He smiled as he remembered the two, they seem to be the best of friends to him "I hope she's invited to the wedding" he thought. With that out of his head, time to get things done and go home before dinner, and get some good stuff in doing so. Crozeph began eating the consumables and checked his stats while he's at it. Liquor of Light consumed +3 damage Super lucky matcha mochi +3 LD T2 ramen bowl consumed +2 EVA T1 Super buff and sight shoyu ramen +2 protein +1 ACC Crozeph [Level 43] | HP: 880/880 | EN: 86/86 | ACC: 4(+1) | DMG: 15(+5) | EVA: 1(+2) | MIT: 48 | FREEZE +1 | RECOVERY +2 | BH: 17 I LD: 3 ** Rank 3 Merchant - The Night's Watch ** WARNING: Mitigation cannot fall below 0! Hide contents [Equipment] Lamina De Skadi [T2 Rare] -- Freeze +1 - Natural critical attack rolls of 9-10 (1 slot) or natural successful attack rolls of 8-10 (2 slots) remove the enemy’s action on their next turn. Frozen opponents lose any evasion properties. Striking a frozen enemy before the effect ends will end Freeze and deal an extra (12 * Tier) unmitigatable damage. [Must hit to activate the status condition.] -- ACC +2 -- A katana with a black hilt and an azure blade like a clear, blue, lake water. The name translates into "Blade of Skadi" a goddess who also represented hunting and winter, signifying its use as for hunting or attacking foes by freezing them. When equipped, the user 's breath will be like one who is breathing in a cold place and the freeze effect is seen as some kind of water splashing that freezes upon contact with the target. Cloak of the Oath -- MIT +2 -- EVA +1 -- A black haori who belonged to a vice-president of the Shinsengumi. Enables the wearer to withstand attacks and also evade it. Caster's Mystic Code -- Recovery +2 -- ACC +1 -- A platinum band for the wrist with runic inscriptions worn by a Babylonian king who had access to magecraft. This item gives a boost on accuracy and ability to restore energy to cast more spells just like how the previous owner wanted it to work, it glows a vibrant blue when it activates through the lettering. [Battle-Ready Inventory] x2 T2 Blank Dungeon Liquor of Light +3 DMG ☻ T1 Super lucky matcha mochi +3 LD ☻ Super Buff and Sight Shoyu Ramen +2 protein +1 ACC ☻ x2 T2 Rare Ramen Bowl +2 EVA ☻ Spyglass [1/3] Dimensional Backpack Skills Hide contents Mod Count: 3/5 Katana | Passive | RANK 5/5 > Finesse R3 -3 EN on SA > Precision +1 ACC Light Armor | Passive | RANK 3/5 > Athletics +1 base damage I +(10*Tier) HP Battle Healing | Passive | RANK 2/5 > Curved Sword | Passive | RANK 1/5 > First-Aid | Active | RANK 3/5 > Extended Mod Limit | Passive | RANK 0 > Searching | Passive | RANK 0 > [Extra] Survival | +15 Regen OOC Meditation | Active I +10 EN Familiar Mastery: Fighter | Passive | RANK 3/3 +6 base damage Misc. Buffs Hide contents Relaxed | Passive | House buff >
  4. Mega Slime Farm (+2 SP); Attic +5% col from chests Itzal had finally managed to find a new familiar recently. A black feathered raven named Aldion who rested on his left shoulder. The scout/rogue was fairly certain that Aldion was a rare mob, as it's feathers had a blush/green sapphire sheen to them. Of course appearance didn't really increase any stats or make it any more powerful, as most games typically did. Instead SAO just gave players some cool looking familiars and that was about it. He didn't mind it, at least he could find the really cool ones. As for today, he wasn't going to be searching for anything. Today he was going to be training his familiar. Once he'd finished training him, then maybe he'd search for a chest or two. He wasn't sure. For now however he would just focus on the main task at hand. The two had a lot of training to get done and there wasn't very much time at all. The boss raid meeting was close, so he'd need to hurry up. That's why, the second he was done sparing in the slime field, he took a shower, double checked his attic storage, and ate breakfast, they came up to this floor to train in the dark sections of the floor.
  5. Resting on one of the higher rooftops of the Town of Beginnings, Itzal crouched comfortably, his eyes scanning the vast radius of the town region he was currently inside of. Normally when he was at this position, it was just to scout out the area for anything out of the ordinary, or locate new places of interests. Today however, he was here for a totally different reason: Itzal. Needed a new familiar. His hand flexed at the thought of Velnia dying, but for the most part he was over it. He'd been through a lot and now he needed a new companion. He was ready for it this time. And this time, he was going to try something new: He was going to look for a familiar inside the settlement, rather than find one outside of it. Knowing his task, he stood up and jumped off the side of the building, grabbing the rope that hung there so that he slid down rather than fall. When he reached the bottom he headed inside and approached the gypsy who gave the quest. "Well hello dearie~ Would you be interested in obtaining yourself a familiar?" Itzal didn't verbally answer her, simply accepting the quest and tuning out her lessons. The quest may have changed since he last took it, but after some investigations he discovered the process was basically the same. He took the food and walked outside, ready to go out on his hunt.
  6. It had been several months since he discovered the grim truth. His wife, Kasier. Jenna Arno. Had died. He was worried because he couldn't find her contact info, and she wasn't returning his messages. Then one day when he was giving his respects to the fallen... Her name... He never did find out why their shared inventory didn't just give him the items. Maybe it was a glitch. All he knew was that his beloved wife was deceased. It was hard for him to process. The first month he cut all ties to anyone and spent some time alone. Near the end of that month he figured he might as well try and be productive, so he went on a walk every morning. One day Velnia was killed, only furthering Itzal's grief. And now... Months later... "ARGH!" The sound of steel piercing through the man's digital shoulder blade was the focus of everyone's attention as the seven player killers turned to look at the person who chose to ambush them. Itzal twisted the blade, activating his weapon's paralytic effect before pulling the blade out and turning the injured player into a shield against the murderer's friends. They swung their rapiers, their swords, their axes and hammers, their spears. All to no avail as he blocked them, pushing them onto their feet by tossing his victim. Itzal's movement was lightning quick, his attacks precise, his movement so ingrained in years upon years of hardening his combat skills to the point where it was more than muscle memory. It was who he was. To Itzal this wasn't a fight. It was a dance. A dance where only one was left standing. Even for those who could see through the shadows of his hood, his expression was emotionless. His eyes dead. This was his job. This was how he kept others safe. Nothing else mattered. Or rather. He had nothing else that mattered anymore... @Zandra
  7. Iron_Lion

    [SP-F10] A Long Awaited Grind

    [Lv. 10; Hidden Blade {3 DMG}; Assassin's Armor {3 EVA}; Strange Sigil {3 ACC}; x1 TP Crystal; x2 Starter Potions] [Buffs Active: +1 DMG {x1 DMG Potion}; +1 ACC {x1 Fish Snack}] The twelve year old kid panted heavily as he reached the top of the stairs leading up into the tenth floor. He'd never actually been here before, so he wasn't able to use a teleport crystal to get to any location on the floor. So, unfortunately, while he could teleport up to the fourth floor, he had to walk the rest of the way. He wasn't too thrilled either when he found out that floor five was a freaking desert. But he was finally here. He finally made it to the tenth floor. The one floor he could safely fight monsters which would drop loot on him. And he really wanted to try getting his hands on some good loot this time around. The last time he tried to do so, he was sorely disappointed to find out that there were limits to how strong monsters could get on certain floors. So this time, he'd be on the appropriate floor. He might have been able to take on the monsters of the floor below, rather than tackling this floor's minimum level monsters... But there was another reason for him to come to this floor: Mari had been the one to explore this floor. And she'd been so kind to him, so he wanted to do something in return. So he decided that he'd go ahead and explore the floor she helped unlock in the first place. Thus, even though he was panting heavily from a very very, very long run. He smiled. The first thing that he noted when he finally reached the floor was how massive it was. It was a cave, but it was a giant cave! Where sunlight or moonlight usually shown, giant glowstones littered the area, along with glow shrooms, both of huge sizes! The glowing world was so awesome he couldn't help but gawk at it. Eventually however, he got over himself and scanned his immediate surroundings. The staircase seemed to come out beside what he was going to assume for now was the main settlement. It didn't have giant stone walls, just simple wooden ones meant to divide the town. He could scale those suckers easy, likely without a sweat. But of course there were guards guarding the, town... Guards who, as he peered through the darkness.. Looked an awful lot like... ZOMBIES?! His eyes shot wide before he pulled out his inspection lens for a closer look. Sure enough, they were zombies wearing armor with shields and spears. Woah. Never thought to see zombies be the npc guards of a village. They even had the yellow cursor and everything. [Iron_Lion] [Lv. 10] [DMG:_07//EVA:_03//ACC:_04 HP: [ ] (200/250) EN: [ ] (20/20) XP: [ ] (0/3)
  8. Freyd - The Whisper in Shadows

    [F06-SP] <<The Gemini>> Freyd

    'Today was the day!' Freyd had been feeding himself the same line for nearly a year, since first realizing he was trapped in this game, along with every other player. He was convinced that the Cardinal system had somehow realized that he'd logged on with dual intentions. Like everyone else, he had been geeking out at the prospect of testing out the new nerve gear and checking out SAO's capabilities. It was as if years of gaming experience and anticipation were about to be fulfilled. The fact that he'd accepted a contract to report his findings to one of SAO's major competitors was merely a mutual convenience. It was also the only way he could have afforded it. When the sky went red and fantasy became reality, he imagined that his real-world pants suddenly needed changing. He'd hidden in the Town of Beginnings since then, terrified that some demented computer brain was out to get him. He'd only recently moved to floor 6 because he'd become desperate for a change of scenery. Most of his time was spent hiding out in shadows, or taking every grunt job he could to survive. He'd practically become one of the local NPCs, and half the players that were still around were convinced he really was. There was even a rumour going around that his icon was some kind of game glitch. He'd spread it himself, of course, thinking to keep his profile somewhere between abysmal and none-existent, lest his personal Skynet come and get him. Despite himself, 'today' had grown tired of waiting, and was about to arrive.
  9. The last time he was out here he had found some armor and got a few mat . It was a nice small run this time he had on the Heavy Knight Armor and the cured long sword of power. He had used the blade a lot it was nice blade that an old friend had given him. Hopefully this old friend was doing ok he hadn't see him in a long time. He made his way out of the safe zone of floor two he unsheathed his blade with his left hand his green eyes slowly turned white as he looked around the area. Not seeing anything right then the winds picked up a bit blowing his semi long silver hair the air felt good as it cold the area off a bit. He stretched a bit before he made his was down the path that lead in to the forest.
  10. After Rei had returned to the Town of Beginnings with her new rapier and shield, she took it upon herself to seek out advice on how to survive in the floors above, at least, survive beyond the floor's town. Until recently, she had never even been to the floors above and the dangers to a low level player were apparent. After picking up several unhelpful pieces of advice and a couple of good suggestions, Somebody comments that, "You will need potions to survive out there, and more than just a few." Rei then asks him, "Where may I find a potion maker?" before pulling out her map of the floor. The man then points to a spot in the city, "His name is Zackaraiah" Rei thanks him and heads off to the place on the map. Character Name: Rei Level: 1 HP: 20/20 En: 2/2 Weapon: Rapier " Coup De Grace ", Shield " Ragnar's Might " Armor: Vanity heavy Misc: Skills: Rank 1 Rapier Battle Ready Inventory: Rapier (+3 damage), Shield (+2 mitigation)
  11. Quest and Stats are listed above Snow crunched underneath violet's feet as she trekked to a quest spot towards, where she could farm a few Ice elementals, which would give her the opportunity to fight the <<Avalance>>, a powerful quest boss that was a danger to the lower-leveled players. She had akame perched on her shoulder, and simply followed the Icy path through the woodland part of the tundra to get to the spot, where she readied her weapon, and started to check over her inventory, a bored look on her face. the floor was filled with mostly uneventful and weak monsters aside from the occasional loot-standard monster that came about, which was fairly rare. The ice elemental's were pretty fun to fight, though! Akame fluttered into one of the nearby tree's so she could watch her master from a safe spot.
  12. Sayori sat on her heels, her head was tilted down as she looked at the grave she made for Kaito. Even with it being about two years ago now, the pain was just as fresh as it was when it happened. Sayori closed her eyes and took a deep breath as she pushed the memories of that day down again. With a frustrated sigh in response to the self guilt and blame just surged back, despite Sayori's attempts at dispelling them, she allowed herself to fall back onto her back as she opened her eyes looking up at the sky overhead. She balled her fists as she angry with herself and with this game, despite knowing the futility of that. It was the sudden shadow being cast over her face that caused Sayori to focus and snap out of her thoughts as her eyes adjusted to try and make out who loomed over her. Part of her was welcoming death as it would provide a release from the turmoil she was dealing with, but a larger part of her quickly squished those thoughts as they arose. The hooded figure casting the shadow over Sayori spoke with a mocking tone at least that's how it sounded to her and the voice sounded like Kaito's for a brief moment "You look pretty strong." Sayori gritted her teeth as it sounded like someone mimicking her dead friend was mocking. She wanted to say something, but she couldn't find the words, so instead she just glared up at the figure. The hooded figure continued "I'm looking to test my skills. If you beat me, I'll teach you a hidden skill. What do you say?" The figure suddenly spoke with a much friendlier tone of voice then earlier, though there Sayori was sure there was a insult of mocking of her hidden in it. With a deep breath she pushed herself up to her feet as she looked at the figure "I'll beat you, if only for the fact that you sullied the memories of a good friend of mine." Jus as sudden as the hooded figure appeared, it disappeared as well. Sayori looked around as she thought the figure wanted to fight her. A brief moment later she saw a ping on her map. Sayori turned towards the grave of Kaito and smiled a little "Even from the grave you know how to kick me out of my stupor Kaito-chan" She chuckled softly before starting the trek to Starting City, so she could get on with this fight. Taking this quest Gemini's Stats Sayori's Stats
  13. Titan

    [F1-SP] Delve In

    Quest: The First Few Lessons are Free It seemed a bit foolish, to be stuck in a game for this long without any way to drink alcohol. He had spent years, seeking the buzz but it seemed to be something he simply could not create. To be fair, it took him longer to come to terms with that fact than he tried but then again, Titan also believed this game would've been finished by now. Bumping into one of the NPCs on the floor, he quickly chatted with them to see what would the first thing to do would be. " You should go to Zackariah. He can lead you in the right direction. " Titan nodded while turning on his heel and opening the door to see the ancient man meddling with some type of of potion with a large <!> above his head. " Excuse me, are you Zackaraiah? I was told you could help me out to start my adventure into Aincraid. " He blurted out, the man beginning his monologue of a speech as Titan casually scoped out his place, wishing there was a way to skip quest dialogue. " Find me 5 materials for this very important healing potion not by combat and return, and make haste, please! " After what felt like an eternity, Titan quickly nodded as he fumbled with his spear, slamming the door of Zackariah's place and heading into the nearby forest for some weed searching. " Ah, ha. " He found one of the ingredients he needed, plucking it from the earth and placing it in his bag for now, getting five would be easy, right? Materials Found: One of Five
  14. Woah. Bleed froze in place while he tried to understand where he was. It was just a second ago when he managed to launch the game, he could swear he was laying on his bed that time... Oh, the game. ...Now what is this town? He have tried VR games before, but none can match how immersive the current VR he is in right now, he is not playing as a character, he is in the game. The healthy bunches of flowers that decorated the fancy town reeked the sweet odor of nature like those that can be found in real life, the breeze can be felt. Since when have technology reached this level? It's too realistic, no delays, very responsive system. He balled his fist and launched it forward, then he started testing his joints by executing simple body movements, stretching his limbs and hopping in place. Everything felt real, except that it took him lesser effort to execute his movements. His focus shifted from the bizarre mechanics to the massing silhouettes that glowed blue in a short delay before the forming unique facial features of each made him realize that more players started spawning. Some seem to know one another the moment they spawned, maybe they knew one another in real life, some seemed as amused as he was. The redhead quietly made his way to the sidewalk and explored the town from one side... grinning. ...Sweet.
  15. With her new armor in tow, the knight decided to journey off for herself and try her hand at some combat and also find time to harvest some materials, since she decided she would work on a craft while leveling up. Most players seemed to do so and she could make herself nifty items and not to mention sell them to make extra cash. The quest description mentioned a place where she can find materials easily. It wouldn’t be long until she found herself at the garden in the grasslands. The entrance to the Town of Beginnings was rather close, so if she needed to make a hasty retreat to safety it was but a light run away. If she got into danger, however, the new gear should be enough to keep her alive. That being said, she began looking around for useful materials. The abundance of materials in this area shouldn’t make it difficult to find a good amount. But even then, she still has difficulty finding anything usable. She won’t let that stop her, though.
  16. Cordelia's hands tingled as she walked through the calms waters that rippled under waterfall. Was she really going to do this? Face her demons? She wondered what kind of demons she even had. What if she didn't even have any demons? She didn't know. Cordelia sighed as she found a flat rock not too far away from the waterfall. Just sit here, right? That's what the people told her to do. She. . . wasn't sure how this was going to give her a new skill but hey, she didn't question it any further. She crossed her legs as she plopped herself on the rock. So she just had to. . . sit here? What an odd quest. She placed her hands together in front of her as she closed her eyes quietly, listening to the sound of the birds chirping. The water almost silently flowing. The occasional sound of crickets humming. The sound of silence.
  17. Xian had heard about these tutorial quests for newer players, and he was interested in getting these done to help with his leveling. He needed to grind up as much as he can, and that was why he ended up going to this shop first thing in the morning. He soon meets this man named "Zackariah", who was apparently a very friendly blacksmith who helped newer players get started by providing them with a quest that taught them material gathering, an important part of the game - as materials are practically currency. Xian walked in and accepted the quest, and soon enough he was sent to the wilderness of the first floors to gather five materials. Materials can be hard to gather for new players without any boosts, but he hoped that this would be different, because apparently while doing this quest, it would be easier to complete material gathering. Xian smiled, he had been spending a lot of time on the second floor.
  18. Mina's outfit for the date >> Floor Four, The Starglades, Night time << Mina was quietly waiting in the starglades deep within the wilds of the fourth floor, fidgeting with her long coat, a faint blush on her face from the cold. She had finally figured out where she wanted to meet up with Jon again, and planned on sending him a message soon... though she needed to wait just a little bit longer so that she could finish preparing what she had brought. Mina produced a large cloth blanket that had the bonus of feeling constantly warm no matter where you were at using it, making it perfect for what she was using it for. She produced another bottle of wine, this one a beautiful lime green bottle of wine that she had purchased for a nice sum from the very same Shop that supplied her with most of her alcohol. It was by far her favorite kind of alcohol that they made, and it certainly made warming up during the cold season a cinch. She then set out an insulated basket, a pair of plates, a pair of silverware, and a pair of fresh crystal glasses that she got with her order. She remembered the conversation that she had had with Rosario about it. The friendly girl had given her loads of support for the situation, and had even given her a few foodstuffs for free. At first she had been reluctant, but Rosa had been rather insistent on the matter. Now she was grateful for it, as she could get help from her to supply the meetup. She took a deep breath, before pulling up her menu to send a message to Jon to call him over to where she was.
  19. "take this!!" He yells as Zuekin punches the tree he has been attacking for the last hour splintering the bark on it "finally now I can..." But before he can finish what he was about to say dozens of figures start to rise from the bushes and shrubs surrounding Zuekin they appeared to be .are from the branches and twigs littering the forest floor. "Well the broker did say there would be quite a few of them but I think that this is over doing it a little" taking a deep breath Zuekin set up into his boxing stance fists raised in front of his head and feet planted firmli on the ground "at least this is going to be fun." Flashback 1Hour ago "So your telling me if I go out and punch this tree I will be able to fight these rare creatures" Zuekin stopped speaking to the info broker only to think for literally a second before shouting "sign me up" and with that she gave Zuekin the location of the tree. As he walked through the forest he sighed a little not from exhaustion or from boredom but from excitement he couldn't wait to fight these rare mobs but little did he know he was in for one heck of a fight. Present time "We'll come on already are y'all going to fight me or are we going to stand here all day" he bellowed at the creatures before four of the stepped forward. "Ha four huh I guess it will have to do, let's go"
  20. Abalasster

    [SP-F04] Winter Contingency

    (Continuation from "Once More Into the Breach") Abalasster stepped out from the portal into the frigid village that was Snowfrost. It had been a while since he had been here, but with what the NPC in the forest had mentioned, he felt driven to come to this floor, and seek out whoever the hell this "Yasha" was. He wasn't given much to go on, only that this "Yasha" was attempting to kill this NPC, and caused them to flee to the first floor. This alone was enough to tempt his curiosity. "What drives and NPC to leave their floor" He thought to himself, "and should that even be possible?" Maybe he happened upon some kind of side quest, or maybe it was something more sinister. Whatever it was, the facts on the table were that this NPC wanted another NPC dead, and the floor to search was the 4th floor. Abalasster just shook his head, "Not much to go off at all" he murmured. In his mind he thought, "Well, where does one go when they have only rumors to base things on?" And thus, he began to make his way to the tavern. "If anyone knows anything" he thought to himself, "Its that lot"...
  21. Birds chirped over the houses on the first floor in the Town of Beginnings. Not much was happening after the big event with the invading fleet of water kin. The sun was high in the sky this morning. The sound of the birds was joined in with the sound of the busy streets of the town on the lowest floor on the flying castle Aincrad. A clinging could be heard beside the Rank 10 Blacksmith shop from the backyard of the plot. Stirring in his coffee, Macradon sat on a stool, relaxing after the big fight against an entire army, against a ton of minions, their handful of commanders, and their one big king. Taking a sip from the coffee, the knight contemplated “It was just like that time, back when we fought Lenoidas and his 300 soldiers … but back then I actually enjoyed fighting … now it’s just like a job that I’m somewhat forced to do. If I don’t do it, I’m not helping, if I do it, I want to do it less … what now …” he thought, struggling with the thoughts of the future. Stats:
  22. Bingo Book Mob Detail: Baldur Stats: The scene outside the circus tent was straight out of a b-roll zombie flick from the 1980s America films. NPCs were running helplessly through the streets only to get caught up by zombies and they themselves to reinforce the growing horde. Undead suddenly began to climb from fissures that rent the ground around Baldur, causing the gaijin samurai to stagger for a moment before catching his balance. "Well then, let's get to this..." He opened the bingo book and scanned through it. "Last hit on 50 seems like a lot. Better to just let them hit me and heal the damage. But I might as well see how tough they are first." Reaching down, Baldur gripped the <<Muramasa>> and focused his eyes on the nearest zombie, still off on its own, and vulnerable to the wanna-be samurai and his gorilla tactics. "Here I go!" Baldur called out, as he streaked towards the first. (Baldur uses Yui's Tear (a donor reward) for this thread)
  23. Stats are above lovelies~! Mina jumped down from the balcony, whooping as she charged out. She wasn't scared about the current situation, she was freaking Excited about it. This was so, so SO much more lively than the whole business with Miraak that had happened a while back. She had forgone wearing her armor, knowing that these creeps probably couldn't do that much to her, not with how they seemed to act at least... Oh well, not something that she was focused on. She noticed with a start that there were a few zombies that had zeroed in on some of the NPC's, and were preparing to feast on them. Not something she would just let happen, not even in a million years. She jumped from her perch in the stands, and landed near the NPC characters, and Prepped herself for this event. "A lovely Spectacle, this much is for certain... but I refuse to allow any of you to beat down any more of these poor NPC's!" she hissed, popping her skull mask onto her face. "Stupid Zombies, Shall I educate you on the difference between you and I, Ne?"
  24. Abalasster meddled with his rapier as he stood at the threshold between the Town of Beginnings and the open wild. He gazed out, captivated by where he once used to frolic, but now was too scared to leave the safety of his walls. His desire of adventure was clashing with his opposite desire to not take a risk. It was an easy decision to make, but Abalasster remained planted at the edge of civilization and chaos. "Oh c'mon" Abalasster said under his breath, "It's not that hard, just choose". But his own goading words weren't enough to sway him either way. Instead of taking a step forwards or backwards, Abalasster moved to the side, and took up the vacant spot against the wall. He leaned against it and let out a sigh. "My oh my your pathetic" he thought to himself, "Just make a decision". Abalasster turned his gaze from the open outdoors and looked back to the city. He could hear the hustle and bustle of other players and NPCs as they worked, chatted and went about their days. And it was this camaraderie that beckoned Abalasster back. "Maybe I should just go back and tidy up the shop" Abalasster spoke into nothingness. Just as he was about to take a step back towards the city, he felt something collide against his neck. It wasn't terribly hard, but it was sizable enough to notice. He looked down and the bump was a product of his familiar, Khepri. "What?" Abalasster asked, rubbing his neck. The scarab shook its head, and pointed out towards the open plains. Abalasster was shocked. "You wanna go out there?" Abalasster asked, to which Khepri responded with a firm nod. Abalasster looked back out towards the wild, and took a deep breath. "Well, here we go then"
  25. Marianne

    [Event F1] All hallows eve

    Stats are in the spoiler! Mira grimaced at the amount of zombies ripping their way out of the earth, a disgusted look on her face. Apparently even the undead monsters weren't bothered by the situation, though that was probably just because the damn things didn't even really have a proper AI! she could probably program something better with half the budget that Kayaba had, but that was besides the point. She was more or less focused on the achievements, which she wanted to get just for bragging rights... and because she wanted to get a particular item from it. the sticker looked freaking awesome~! She was busily devouring her Funnel cake, which would boost her damage by a large amount, making this much easier for her. She took note of the flame-based defensive enhancement that would boost her defense, and provide a type of psuedo-thorns against her enemies.