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Nari-Lanreth

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  1. Sorry for trying to kill you all those years. Her eyes flicked towards Dustin, her face void of any emotion. It was not what she expected to hear, especially from a player ringed in green. A sudden tingling up her spine, as her eyes flicked between each member of the group, tension causing her movements to become stiff. So this, is the glorious frontlines… “So, you two know each other as well? I’m starting to feel like the odd one out! Although, I guess that’s to be expected…” Her voice carried a tone of attempted cheerfulness, likely ringing hollow due to her unease. She’d felt herself n
  2. She threw a quick glance towards Koga’s process, watching as he struck down one of the Red Cloaks. Her elation didn’t last long, as another of the creatures rose to the challenge of facing them. She felt her enthusiasm slip away as the newest creature joined them, her shield sinking slightly as she wondered if they hadn’t walked into something far more dangerous than either of them could handle. No, trust Koga. He’s been through this before. If he says we’re alright, we’re alright…I just need to keep their focus on me, and away from him… “Alright, let’s do this then…fucking zombie-assed-s
  3. There was tension there, of that, she was sure. What had caused it, was beyond her – but the newcomer, Pinball, had assured her there’d be no trouble. She knew entirely trusting that was beyond belief. That orange marker bespoke of concern all by itself – but it didn’t necessarily mean that they were in danger. Her eyes darting as the other three spoke among one another, she hesitantly took an offering of the feasts, almost regally taking her time to complete her portion, before offering her thanks to the questionable player. “It’s very kind of you to share, especially knowing how difficu
  4. The hand on her shoulder caused her to jump slightly, the unexpected touch pulling her attention from the creatures in front of her. She glanced over, noticing the tension in the other player’s frame. His words took a moment to reach her ears as she considered his attention to the field, realising – not for the first time – how capable of a fighter he was. “Sorry – habit…it’s nothing super interesting, anyways…but I’ll try in the future…” Her words fumbled as she returned her focus to the fight at hand. With a smile, she answered his implied question without turning around to look at him.
  5. Shop Post: Dreams Pt II Cost of Transaction: 1 materials Crafter's Profession: Performer Crafter's Rank: 4 Item Name: Dreams Pt II Item Tier: 4 Item Type: Debuff Song Item Rarity: Uncommon Item Enhancements: Hypnosis [1 Slot] Craft/Appraisal/Obtainment IDs & Rolls: ID209623 Item Description: A small ice blue octahredon that seems to glimmer with the reflected sunlight. When played, the soft celtic tones of Dream
  6. The longing carried on, tearing at her. It had been a long time now since she'd last seen NIGHT - too long, as far as she was concerned. She'd begun to avoid certain parts of the house, areas where they'd made some memories. Her eyes lingered on the spot where NIGHT had begun her guitar lessons, the sound of those first awful strums still echoing in Nari's memories. Sighing, she turned to the one solace she could still find here - the piano, and the songs that it promised. Her activities outside the house had been lax lately, perhaps the drive slowly receeding as she found herself in comf
  7. As the taller blonde approached, Nari felt herself shift. She’d seen the woman before, quite some time ago – yet she’d never officially met her. Nari wondered if the other remembered her, and the incident, before shaking the thought from her mind. There was no need to focus on that now, nor was there anything to be done if they did remember. She smiled as Lessa introduced herself, before giving what was likely a horrid rendition of a curtsy. “It’s a pleasure to meet you both! You can just call me Nari, if that’s easier. The handle can be a…bit of a mouthful…Oh, and this is Yuki!” She
  8. Shop Post: Óró Sé Do Bheatha Bhaile Cost of Transaction: 1 material Crafter's Profession: Performer Crafter's Rank: 4 Item Name: Óró Sé Do Bheatha Bhaile Item Tier: 4 Item Type: Debuff Song Item Rarity: Perfect; Masterpiece Item Enhancements: Perpetuate [1 Slot; Instant] Craft/Appraisal/Obtainment IDs & Rolls: ID209585, 209587, 209590 Item Description: A small sapphire octahredon that seems to glimmer with the r
  9. Nari's hand ran along the edge of the piano. The recording studio was dark - the moonlight from the exterior the only cause for visibility inside the room. The silence rang out, almost in an overpowering way. NIGHT had once again been away - for numerous days now, and Nari was starting to feel the disconnect. Her heart called out, her desires left unanswered. Sighing to herself, and knowing there was nothing she could do to alleviate it, she instead turned to the one thing she did still have - her music. Sliding into the piano seat, she touched a few keys gently, before launching into her
  10. Shop Post: Sí do Mhaimeo Í Cost of Transaction: 3 material Crafter's Profession: Performer Crafter's Rank: 4 Item Name: Sí do Mhaimeo Í Item Tier: 4 Item Type: Support Song Item Rarity: Uncommon [Masterpiece] Item Enhancements: Monsters' Fortune [1 Slot; Instant] Craft/Appraisal/Obtainment IDs & Rolls: ID209568, 209573, 209575 Item Description: A small golden octahredon that seems to glimmer with the reflected s
  11. The soft blue sunlight of the evening had filtered in through the large windows, basking the recording studio in a wave of blue luminescence. She sat quietly at the piano, lost in thought as she considered what had recently occurred in her life. She’d gone through so many changes since Sword Art Online had started… Shaking off the thoughts, she turned back to the instrument, knowing that her time would be better spent being put to work. Her fingers sliding across the keys, carefully caressing the tops of them, before she launched into her work – the recording crystals glimmering softly in
  12. Nari opened her eyes, the alarm she’d set finally dinging with enthusiasm hours after she’d awoken. Her sleep had been restless, constantly filled with numerous different dreams and concepts that she’d prefer not to revisit. She wondered if her tiredness showed on the avatar’s face, or if she’d look her usual self. Uncurling her feet from beneath her and forcing herself to stand, she made her way to the washroom in order to complete her morning routine. She knew that she only had so much time – the alarm had been set for just a few hours before the meeting time that she herself had posted
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