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Kylissia

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  1. Kylissia nodded her head in agreement with Sotarou. "I believe that sounds great, Sota-kun." She spoke with a smile. With that, she would pull up her menu and then send Sotarou his share of the Cache's contents. With that matter taken care of, Kylissia would then proceed to watch as Sotarou poised himself and cut down a tree with his Katana. The tree fell with a clean cut, and there would be a newly obtained material in the man's inventory. "Impressive." Kylissia complimented. "At this rate, I'm sure you'll be able to take down sturdier targets before long." What else could a weapon cut throug
  2. Miryu was proving to be successful in finding three of the five necessary materials thus far. Maybe she had a knack for it prior to her amnesia? After all, most cases of amnesia don't destroy procedural memory, which triggers for habits, developed skills, and emotional recognition, if Kylissia remembered correctly. If she had become a good finder somewhere along the line, it would make plenty of sense that this task would be no trouble for her at all. Kylissia would simply continue her search. For a locale known for its abundance in materials, the presence of three searching players w
  3. If Kylissia really wanted to go beyond just surviving here in Aincrad, she would need to set goals for herself. First, she would need to get herself a statistical foothold and get herself situated, and find a build that suits her both in skill and aesthetic. Then, she would need to do what adventurers do: Seek out to carve a legacy by fighting against evil wherever it can be found. Killing monsters, looting treasure, helping those in need...once she manages to do enough of that, she might not need to grind as much if she could get herself into a stable position in life, where she wouldn't have
  4. The conversation between Wulfrin and Zachariah gave some mild spoilage of the quest's plotline, it would seem that Zachariah was not the borrower. Nevertheless, the conditions of the quest would still need to be cleared. There were now far too many questions regarding Miryu, and Kylissia wondered exactly what happened...but there was not enough that Kylissia knew about Miryu and her predicament that would allow her to form a solid theory on the situation. The girl was an amnesiac, so regardless of whatever she'd done before, it was clear that she had little choice but to start over from scratc
  5. Wulfrin gave his theories and stated his concerns. that was all Kylissia needed to know. "Thank you for your thoughts, Wulfrin. It's good to know that I'm not alone in my concerns not just for Miryu, but the scenario as a whole." When the two players reunited with the other half of their party, Miryu mentioned her screenshots, and how she couldn't make anything out from them. "If you can't decipher them now, keep them. They might come in handy later, maybe they'll help you to remember something important, so I'd highly suggest that you don't delete them." Kylissia recommended, hopi
  6. Kylissia kept her eyes on Sotarou, and soon he would trip over a tree root...one that happened to have been in front of him, to boot. Kylissia could easily blame herself for this, as her teasing may have distracted his mind from being able to focus on his surroundings. Kylissia rushed over to Sotarou to make sure he was okay. "Are you alright, Sota-kun?" While she might potentially tone down the teasing, she certainly wasn't planning on dropping the nickname anytime soon. She helped the man up, and checked his head for any concussions, though it
  7. What a mystery Miryu was becoming...and that tremor, it actually happened. This girl would need protection one way or another. With all that was happening, it was too much to be a coincidence. Something was going on...and Miryu happened to be the only one who saw the mysterious armored figure that the wolves from earlier had ran from...and if that tremor rumor was true, and Kylissia wasn't imagining things...would Miryu somehow be mixed up in it all? Being an amnesiac, she's not likely to know how she may be connected if that happens to be the case. All that would be left to do if this odd tho
  8. Miryu's response to Kylissia was genuine. She truly had Amnesia. Kylissia's expression was solemn. "I see...You're going to need plenty of help to get back up on your feet." She began. She then pulled up her menu to send Miryu a Friend Request. "If you ever need some help or a guiding hand, just send me a message and I'll come for you." This girl needed someone to help her, and Kylissia's occasional habits of being the big sister figure kicked in. Wulfrin would explain the situation to Miryu, and Almina would add a missed, yet equally important detail into the explanation. Wulfrin then explain
  9. Kylissia nodded slowly as the situation began to piece together in her mind, though not everything that was said was making any sense. Wulfrin would bring the three to a tavern, and Kylissia suppressed a smirk as she kept down the urge to make a remark on this. She couldn't stop herself from thinking the remark, however. "Taking three girls to a Tavern, hm?" She thought. "Are you hoping to buy all three of us dinner or something?" She was unable to suppress her smirk at that point. She was thinking something, but she didn't say it outright due to the implications it would leav
  10. When Wulfrin introduced himself and explained the situation, the next thing to occur was confusion. Not over the introduction, but over the girl with him that he'd intended to help out, who asked about Tolbana as if it were a person, rather than a place. Given the fact that this player had successfully taken the quest, should his word be true, it would at least explain why Kylissia hadn't found the quest herself yet. "Tolbana is a walled town, and creatures tend to spawn within the road from here to there, though most of them are of neutral temperament and will leave you alone if you leave the
  11. Kylissia woke up in the morning, mentally ready for the day, for she was itching to have something other than a typical day. She then started putting on her usual Safe Zone Outfit. She first put on her dress, which was carnation pink in color, with a Scoop neckline and butterfly sleeves, and a short ruffled skirt, with the hem being at the waist. She then put on her white leather jacket, which complimented the outfit well. She also now wore carnation pink wedges with a pair of white thigh high stockings. She then put on the necklace she'd bought from a local artisan, crafted from fine silver,
  12. "Oh, my~" Kylissia thought. "Someone's nervous...have I gotten to him?" She wondered, reveling in the thought of possibly having gotten to him so easily. Sotarou had proven himself to be unnerved just by his reaction alone. The question was, had he become scared or infatuated? Both, perhaps? Maybe Kylissia was reading into it too much...but now she was curious about him. She wanted to know more about him, especially now that in her mind, she saw him as...easy. It was tempting to make a real attempt, but she was far from that position, she didn't know enough about him just yet to know if he'd b
  13. Oh...the look on his face...adorable and priceless. "Oh, how cute!" Kylissia thought. "My words dug right down to him, and the way he's blushing...!" Kylissia loved seeing how people reacted to her whenever she took opportunities to flirt or tease, she found it all endearing. She'd been close to having a lover or two before, and she loved nothing more then making their hearts melt...and she was very fond of people she believed to be endearing. As endearing as Kylissia currently thought Sotarou to be, there was the reality that the two were merely acquainted, and to try for affecting
  14. Sotarou's impressive attack would damage both of the remaining wolves. One was slain, and the other was barely alive due to the amount of damage it had, leaving red marks that probably signaled grievous wounds on it. Sotarou offered for Kylissia to finish it, as well as a nickname option as well. "Kyli, hmm? I like it, it's a cute nickname." She thought. Now she wanted to do something for Sotarou. Considering his username and appearance, one easily came to mind... Looking to him with intrigued yet sultry eyes, and a grin that was warm yet somewhat playful, she placed her left index
  15. Kylissia chuckled, nearly a full-on laugh, as once again there was miscommunication. "Oh trust me, I haven't forgotten. I simply think there are more canine creatures that are potential familiars on this floor rather than the common wolf, is all, and some of them may be less aggressive than what we've just battled with." She noted, hoping to reassure him that she hadn't lost sight of his goal for the day. "Though I have my doubts that larger creatures like the dire wolves will be possible to ally with, from what I've heard, familiars all tend to be smaller..." Kylissia chuckled at
  16. Kylissia understood what Sotarou meant. Of course, the mind was always the strongest tool of a human being, it could understand how a world works, and either create or find, then utilize something that allows them to affect the world around them to their benefit. This game was no different in terms of how the mind could survive out here. Make use of the skills, professions, and systems of the game, that they may be used to your advantage...of course, there was indeed something in charge that would probably notice if something ever got too broken. "Well, this is one of th
  17. Trees were everywhere on this floor, not much stone to find and break down... While it was true that there are some more organically sourced parts for trinkets that exist, Kylissia would need precious stones and metals for the profession she was aiming for. She looked around the area as Sotarou was trying to cut a tree down with a katana...unless the world and weapon logic was the same as that in Breath of the Wild, that wasn't likely to work. Just as Kylissia noticed an odd stone nestled at a tree trunk, Sotarou made his attempt, but the entire tree was destroyed. Kylissia felt sorry for the
  18. Kylissia was learning more and more about this boy the more she stuck around him. He was hopeful and intelligent, but terribly unlucky. He would not like Gacha Games... Oddly enough, Sotarou seemed to have the impression that Kylissia was aiming for a Tank Build. "Oh, the Thorns? I have that on my armor because it can't use Evasion properly, I'm more of a damage dealer myself, the armor was just personal choice." Kylissia explained. "I'll definitely think about my build as I improve, of course, so maybe someday." She added. He really wante
  19. Kylissia focused on climbing up and getting back onto solid ground while Sotarou attempted another attack. Once she'd managed to climb up and gat a footing, she noticed the wolf dodge Sotarou's attack... This was her chance. Kylissia wasted no time in activating her sword art. Her weapon glowed, she took position to swing... "Peekaboo." The wolf turned it's head just to meet Kylissia's weapon head on, it would not be around to see tomorrow. Kylissia sheathed her weapon, now that all active enemies were slain. She sighed
  20. This wolf was a clever one, being able to tangle with Kylissia in a way that kept it from taking too many hits...but it's HP drained anyway because there was nothing it could do to prevent the thorns damage it suffered with each successful hit. However, based on what happened next, it seemed like it was taking this problem into account and trying to make a last ditch effort to give itself a small chance of winning. The wolf began to circle around Kylissia, who just stayed on guard, waiting for the opportunity to strike where an opening is. The wolf gave itself a false opening,
  21. The wolf looked to Kylissia after Sotarou spoke, it was probably making a connection to the situation...that is, that's what Kylissia had guessed when the wolf caught her blade in its jaw when she attempted to attack. "Oh...so you want to play then, do you?" She remarked, as her eyes narrowed and a smirk formed on her face. Taking full grip of the hilt, she was ready to keep this from going to the wolf's advantage. "Very well then, let's play!" She said as she began to swing around, to the point where the wolf could no longer hold a grip on her weapon, being flung a fair distance in meters. It
  22. Kylissia wrenched her weapon free from the tree, just in time to witness Sotarou's sword art. Impressive as it was, it was apparently dodged. Both wolves remained. Kylissia took a second to plan out her movements, wondering how would be the best way to defeat them. When Kylissia activated her sword art, the larger wolf was preparing another attack against Sotarou. The other wolf dodged her attack, mainly because her focus shifted to the more immediate threat. Kylissia's weapon hacked, slashed and struck the larger wolf before it could reach Sotarou, and her weapon was
  23. Sotarou's attack caused the wolves to split their gazes of aggression. One of the wolves was killed, three remained. Kylissia would take this chance to attack while they were disoriented. The greater wolf would once again leap out of harm's way, but one of the wolves was not so lucky, and met its end at Kylissia's blade. One wolf turned out to be a bit more clever, waiting for Kylissia to reach it, before leaping backwards, in which her weapon would get stuck in a tree. Kylissia let out a strained grunt as she struggled to try and free her weapon. She was able to use her
  24. Kylissia watched the enemies appear. It was clear they'd figured out their surprise had failed. The aggressive gaze of the monsters, their healthy appearance, despite their yellowed fur...if this game was as lifelike as it was claimed to be, then they weren't exactly hungry. Of course, carnivorous animals and predatory hunters could still be hostile to travelers if they felt threatened or were too territorial for their own good. Regardless of which possibility it was, the pack's leader did not look willing to let the players have a chance to leave their hunting grounds.
  25. Crossing the bridge, which appeared to be outstretched tree trunks that crossed over the gap to the other side, would be how the two players left the safe zone, it seemed. The safe zone's guards looked at the players as the two passed the border, looking upon them as though they were an unusual sight. The guards didn't appear to be human, so it made enough sense, maybe humans were rare on this floor within its lore. Kylissia simply smiled warmly and waved as she kept walking alongside Sotarou. After crossing the natural bridge, Kylissia would take in the sight of her s
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