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  1. "Is that what he was talking about?" He stretched his arms from side to side, ready to actually get some exploring done. Once they reached the bridge, it seemed quite a bit longer than he would have thought. The entire gorge or Tear, as the people called it, looked like it was gouged out of the earth by something huge. Probably Tanos in all of its wrath. Which really comes into question, who built this bridge and wall? Was it always here, or did generations of people.. The hunter shook his head. He was starting to let his thoughts wander again. Everything wasn't real; everything w
  2. The Owl Elder listened hard at the soft words spoken to him. It seemed that they may have had some affect on him, as his tense facial features seemed to relax. That was only for a moment, though. The mask had been pulled back down now, to remove Hirru's sight upon the man's features. "I know not these tales you speak of, child. Though, your words do not meet deaf ears. The Unshakeable could not have been defeated by the meer likes of man, but it's abominations are another story. We have many tales of creatures slain, to protect Haven. However, I can not permit you to enter the forb
  3. Everyone stopped and turned to look at the two warriors. Decorated in rather shiny armor and weaponry, the people seemed unimpressed. As if they've seen thousands of us before, and watched every single one fall or never come back. The elder would beckon the both of them forward, but not before a hush came to all of them. At the word of 'Tanos', whispers fell here and there. Most were related to the 'Forbidden Ones' and the 'Forbidden Land'. The elder would give a quick, but low question. "Child, how do you know of the Unshakable? The terror that sends his towering minions to destro
  4. Hirru was astounded and ashamed by the response given. He had not heard Hestia this angry before, although there wasn't much to compare to. He didn't really know much about Hestia, other than her ability to keep everyone alive through tanking and healing capabilities. From just one quest, he couldn't tell much else about her. She seemed to want to know more about everyone and everything, at least, that's what he thought. Laying witness to the npc that would give them some kind of direction, it was apparent that something was amiss. That information was incomplete. He never told them
  5. "This world is artificial, is it not?" The hunter would as in a quizzical tone. Hesitant was beginning to sound like the old him. Before he found out that everything was a lie, and that everyone here wasn't really suffering. They were made to be that way by someone, or something. They could end the main issue, but wouldn't it come back? Or, was the issue something that the players could not control? This Kayaba that Baldur spoke of, wasn't he the main creator of this castle? Could one man be able to do all this? So many questions that Hirru wanted answered, but hardly any woul
  6. Following right behind Hestia, they came to the teleportation gate that still seemed so threatening. There was a time were Hirru did not like using the teleporter, and actually ran through the old labyrinths that were cleared before. That had a stop after doing so became a chore in of itself. It wasn't so bad when he stayed around the fifth floor, but after joining the front lines, he had to teleport in order to stay with the groups. Coming up to the terminal, the blue hue forming from people coming and going was still present. Hestia called out the name of the floor, which sounded weird
  7. Summary Quest Complete (again) 400 Col 1950 Col & 2 Mats (Looted) Monkey Agility (Uncommon Consumable [potion]) A strange potion that boosts the user's Evasion by 1. Lasts for one thread. Extra Skill: <<Shatter>> Hestia (Word count = 4751) 3*4=12*(4750/50) = 1140 Exp Gain x3% = 1140x.03 = 34.4 EXP = 1140+34= 1174 Exp Col Gain equal to 10% Exp Earned (1174x.1=117 Col} Col = 200+975+117 = 1292 Col Mat = 1 Hirru Standard Exp = 200x4= 800 Exp Gain x3% = 800x.03= 24 Exp = 800+24= 824 Exp Col Gain equal to 10% Exp Earned (800*.1= 80) Col =
  8. Interested in this armor breaking technique, the hunter would attempt to open his menu screen before stopping in his motion. Who taught him this? It was so ingrained in him to this point, that he forgot that there should have been someone or something that would have taught him how to open this important tablet. Sliding his fingers down, the very familiar bubbles opened up before him. Tapping on Inventory/Equipment, he followed the bubbles that led to his skills. There he looked at all of his skills that he had reset. Frankly, they were all the same as he had before the update, except no
  9. With Hestia taking over the attention of the <<Monkey King>>, Hirru could more than easily say that they were way too powerful for this quest. Even with their stats dropped down from this <<System Update>>, they were still doing higher damages than they used to around the same level. Though, at this point, he thinks that they're actually much stronger now. Was it the two handed sword? I could have been, but it may be due to the new tier unlocked for all of them. Even with the hard set cooldown sword arts, there wasn't much that could go wrong. Except, maybe missin
  10. Sewallus nodded in agreement. It seemed he was going to leave the two of them to it, as he walked back into the hut. Hirru shrugged. Hestia was right that they would be alright dealing with the issue without the Captain of the Guard. The hunter turned to his comrade before noticing a third health bar pop up with them, under the name <<Sewallus, Captain of the Guard>>. "Wait.. wha?" Turning back, Captain Sewallus had came out with a rather large two handed axe carried over his shoulder. "I will fight. I will show you where we were last attacked." He stated c
  11. Following Hestia out of the hut, he began to rack his brain around what used to be part of the quest. This Remington was not apart of the last quest, nor was Sewallus. Whatever happened must have reset quite a few things to a more nature feel. Was that something that could happen? Could a game be made to become something more than it already was. This <<VRMMORPG>> must be something else, if it can build entire civilizations and cultures artificially. Hirru could only fathem the amount of rational information that he could find in just a single quest, but none of it helps him
  12. The man known as Remington sat on a wooden chair of unusual craftsman ship. Not exactly crude, but most of his furniture was roughly made, as if they were all hastily made some time ago. Shuffling around his chair from his desk that held many different documents, probably about his job.. 'What does a zoologist even do?' The thought came to his mind before having a puff of smoke nearly sufficate him. He only knew of a couple NPC's on other floors that would smoke, but always outside. This placed reeked to high heaven! Though, it felt.. it felt.. "So you are here to take car
  13. Coming to the hut of Remington, the zoologist, Hirru was asked by the curious girl beside him. He had forgot that she was just like him, a seeker of knowledge in any corner of the world. Was she like this in the other world too? It seemed from what she said earlier that she was having hard times remembering things from the other side too. "Oh that. I've just been having trouble with some of those details, as well. Terminology and slang that everyone keeps using. At first, I was mostly rolling with it, as sometimes it didn't all matter. Though, as time went on and I got stronger, ev
  14. His grin fell straight to what was being told to him. Baldur had not told him any of what happened after the 24th Labyrinth Guardian. It seemed like there was some heavy complications and consequences for his own actions. There wasn't much that could be now, but he needed to hear from the grand samurai. "Listen.. I.." "Are you strong adventurers?! Please help us, against the ever encrouching Monkey King!" A young elf had shouted out behind Hirru to his dismay. It was a matter of time before the next NPC would come up, but it was for the better. They were both here on a mis
  15. It was definitely her. Although they had only really met once or twice, Hirru could still say that Hestia was one of the few frontliners that he could probably trust. That is to say, if Baldur could trust her, then so could he. The first time he truly met her, he was introduced through Baldur, before the hunter collapsed from exhaustion. Other than that, he mostly knew her from all of their raid battles on the front lines. An excellent tank, and proper leader when the going got rough. It was mostly her that tried to talk the 23rd bosses down, until he.. "I've been.. not so good."
  16. Information gathered seemed to tell that the NPC that gives this quest is some researcher. He will talk to those that answer the call of help from some of the towns people. That was what fascinated Hirru now. From his old knowledge, he could just go out and find the Monkey King on his own. There was no need to talk to anyone, or anything. Now, the world has become quite louder than usual. Voices and conversations could be heard here and there, and NPCs would run to you, out of nowhere, and request aid. Although, they used to do that before, now they seem to have more lively issues about
  17. A great change had taken hold over the floating castle, Aincrad. After the Catastrophe, many floors geography and mapping have changed, or mixed together from other floors. This would be the case in, what used to be, the jungle floor. It has now become a verdant tapestry of elvish fauna and flora. Sprawling towns, once simple tree houses interconnected by wooden bridges, have now become ripe with unusual architecture. Elves, and Treants, now populate this floor, where they once resided together only around the 3rd floor. Was everything thrown back together in haste? Was this someth
  18. Current Level: 57 Current SP: 259 Link to SP Tracking: [Journal] (Note: Heavily Outdated) [SP Record] (Up to date) Item Upgrades: 2.6 | PRE-CONVERSION 3.0 | UPGRADED ITEM #1 Item Name: Bulwark Item ID: 102962 | 102963 | 102964 Item Tier: 3 Item Type: Heavy Armor Item Rarity: Perfect Item Enhancements: Mitigation / Mitigation / Mitigation Description: A suit of dark steel metal plates which are thick and sturdy. On the left breast plate is an engra
  19. Character Name: Hirru Character Description: Age: 25 Gender: Male Hair: Green Eye: Green Reference: Dart Feld - Legend of Dragoon (Minus the green hair) Character Journal: [link]
  20. Hirru

    3.0 and all its information!

    This is an unexpected surprise.
  21. Hirru didn't even know that this place even existed. Sure, Shield was another merchant, like himself, but the man had turned his business into an enterprise, or so it would seem. The entire building was worth more than his entire cart five times over. In terms of Merchants, he was already at the top. Entering the lavish estate, the hunter would behold the splendors that Shield had accumulated over his seasoned ventures. In the many amounts of quests that they had been on, he figured that it would all come to this. Searching around, the hunter found some particular weapons and armor.
  22. -On the outskirts of town- On a snow covered hill, overlooking the town of Snowfrost, a lone man sat idly by as he watched the merriment from far away. His attire contrasted that of the snow, in a black sleeveless turtleneck, and dark pants. The only thing that looked festive on him, was his green hair. He carried nothing that would be construed as red on him, except the symbol for his guild; one that he wished to temporarily part with. The fourth floor was as beautiful as ever. The snow from the mountain was constantly falling, even more so than ever before. The weather didn't
  23. A sudden flash of light came from Shield which messed with his vision slightly. The darkness was seemingly easing out, but the light which now shone from Shields hand made the farther reaches become that much darker. Though, the bright side of it all was their current vicinity was well lit to a couple mel. Whether or not it would help more with locating this sub-dungeon would be all on how they both were able to interact with their surroundings. The hunter was sure that, by now, Shield would have started to carry his own on search. Luck easily gains more materials and non-invest items, an
  24. "I would agree with you on the darkest areas part, but.." Looking around at his surroundings as they met. "I haven't been to this floor yet, so I wouldn't know about any goings-on up top, or wherever you were talking about. I'm assuming there is more to this floor than another underground area." From what he could understand, this floor was a two parter with the Underdark and another above ground part. The hunter wondered why so many dark elves, as he would so eloquently name them, seemed to be in quite large numbers in this crowded space. One would think that they would sett
  25. The hunter found himself in a rather new area. Although it had the near damp dark feel of the 21st floor, he could tell that it was incredibly different. This time around, everything wasn't as illuminated as it was on the previous floors. It seemed smaller too, like they were all cramped together with the residents of this floor. This also brought the hunter to the notice of the dwellers of the dark. White, nearly silver, hair adorned the heads of people with long sharp ears. He recognized the elven ears from his exploits on the third floor, but he had not seen a single trace of them fro
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