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Post by Bleuenn Bosser Fri Jun 18, 2021 12:01 am

"Trishna stay close and be wary of any overhanging plants. While the forests of Hoptus are full of beauty, it is also just as dangerous.... for example". Materializing an ice blade, Bleuenn slashed a nearby vine splitting it. Along with a thump an eerie hissing escaped from the vine as it wriggled around before succumbing to it's death. Flicking her hand her ice would disperse in a wave of snow just as she turned to the demonata. "Hangman's weed constricts and separates novice parties on the daily to be picked off by the woods' denizens". Although Trishna asked to be assisted on her first ever quest, the young witch doubted a hangman's weed would be very dangerous to the pure blood demonata that stood before her. However Bleuenn doubted the pink temptresses' words as she had been far more interested in her than any of the information she bestowed on the so called 'novice adventurer'.

Even so, Bleuenn was prepared to deal with any tricks or plans the woman had in store for her; just in case Trishna was like the rest. Her mixed blood had made Bleuenn a practiced hand at  dealing with others trying to take advantage of her. However, she would not judge Trishna simply by the actions of others as she had mistakenly done to Korlat. For all the young witch knew, the demonata's behavior was the norm as she had come across many others who share the same flirtatious and obviousness to other personal space.

Cracking through the woods inner shell they would come to an open field encircled within the woods as if it was hiding the ruins within. Dropping her bag and stretching the ice that covered her body simmered more intensely, accenting Bleuenn's pale features and ruby red eyes as she looked at Trishna. "Here we are the Sylvian Ruins. Not only is this where Outworlders' appear, but for some reason no monsters seem to tread on these lands, meaning that it's a perfect place to set up a base of operations". Focusing on Trishna's clothes or the very little there was, her expression shifted to concern. "How are you fairing? Have the forest's insects been kind to you"? Rifling through her bag, she would toss a salve in Trishna's direction. "This should help with any inflammation or itchiness if the bugs have a taste for demonatas. Though I'm sure this is nothing for you as our homelands are far more inhospitable". Flashing Trishna a smile she tried her best to give the older eldritch the benefit of the doubt, but she could not help but feel that she had gotten herself into something she should not have. Creating a simple chair of ice, Bleuenn sat down as she kept her eyes on Trishna. "I know that the quest is to slay a few slimes, but do you want to rest and eat before we continue or do you want to get right to work"? Creating another chair of ice, the young witch would offer Trishna a seat as the ice crystals expanded and twisted into the same chair Bleuenn had just created for herself.

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Post by Trishna Fri Jun 18, 2021 7:53 am

Trishna half-listened to her newfound mentor explain the dangers of the forests’ plant life, the rest of her attention fully enraptured by the subtle movements and shifts of the purple cheongsam as she used a frozen blade to strike down the plant that had been the topic of discussion. Trishna had to admit to being extremely appreciative of the style of dress this ice queen seemed to prefer as it beautifully accentuated that lithe yet supple body that had drawn Trish’s gaze in the first place. She subtly shook her head and brought herself back to the present as her mentor turned to address her directly, bringing her gaze up to match that of her current crush. She stared into the ruby jewels peeking out from behind the spell tag that adorned this young witch’s hat as the explanation continued, trying not to get lost in adoration of her partner in this expedition. While this area was far from the most dangerous around, it would really sour the mood if either of them managed to get hurt due to being inattentive. She nodded along to the explanation and made a mental note not to allow herself to go so long in between partners in the future if the result were going to be being unable to concentrate in the presence of a beautiful woman.

Trishna followed after as Bleuenn made to continue through the forest, distracting herself from the wholly distracting swaying of her graceful partner by keeping her eyes on the canopy and keeping track of spots that looked to be infested by the Hangmans Weeds that  Bleuenn had gone through lengths to explain on their route through the forest. She had to admit the plant was a bit more common than she might have originally thought, and even she might have been caught unaware if she hadn’t been shown as her mentor had done. Soon, though, the shadows of the canopies gave way as the woods thinned, eventually giving way entirely as they came upon a clearing. Bleuenn dropped the bag she had been holding and turned towards Trishna, shimmering and almost sparkling as the layer of frost that covered her caught the light of direct light and served to enhance her already criminally cute appearance even more. I’m trying to be good and thats not even fair…

Trish tried to focus on not becoming entirely too distracted once more as Bleuenn described their surroundings, giving a rundown of the Sylvian Ruins before her expression shifted to one of concern. The ice queen inquired about how Trish was faring with the forest's ever present pests and dug in her pack, pulling out a container of salve and tossing it to the succubus. The pink demon caught the container in her right hand, then gave her body a good look over as Bleuenn continued on about the salve. In all she had only noticed a couple of spots that looked as though bugs had tried to dig into her flesh, in all likelihood a decent bit fewer than if a human in the same outfit had made their way through the same jungle the adventuring team just had.

“That's true, our lands seem to be a bit rougher than this. I suppose bugs in these parts just prefer human blood over our own, eh?”
Trishna replied, trying to sound casual and not breathily turned on by the beautiful woman before her. It only became harder on her when she turned her gaze to Bleuenn, who flashed her a heart melting smile. Not fair at all! Bleuenn, seemingly oblivious to what she was doing to the poor succubus’ heart and libido, casually made a chair of ice to sit in. She then offered a choice between continuing with their quest right away or stopping for a lunch break, though it seemed obvious which choice the young witch was leaning towards as she made another chair of ice for the pink demoness.

Trishna, for her part, responded by gasping and excitedly replying, “Oh! You mean like a picnic?!” Trishna’s excitement seemed to grow with every word as an excited smile came unbidden to her face. For a moment at least, her straining libido was able to be completely forgotten as a sense of childlike wonder took over her. She had never really had a chance to go on an honest to goodness picnic growing up in the city of Sinhaven! It was certainly one of the things that had been on her bucket list since she were small! She jumped up and down excitedly while clapping her hands, continuing, “That sounds absolutely wonderful!

A sudden realization came to Trishna, and her mood soured somewhat. “If I had known we might stop for a lunch break I would have brought along more than just these meal bars…” She said, pouting a little. Still, even if it weren’t a perfect picnic it was a picnic nonetheless! Besides, maybe next time they could make a real picnic out of it! With that thought, she smiled and continued, “I’ll tell you what, next time we go out I’ll bring a proper meal for us, ok?”

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Post by Shen Kadokawa Sat Jun 19, 2021 2:51 pm


Adventuring 101 with a twist (Shen Kadokawa/Bleuenn Bosser/ Trishna Vileheart) M1K6MYo

The young man's gaze caught one last glimpse of the field of snow, half charred black from impacts of intense heat and stained red from the remnants of broken, mangled corpses that had been strewn in all cardinal directions, the metallic smell of the sanguine liquid present to a quite sickening degree lingering in the bone-chilling winter air. Strands of hair, died a deep shade of crimson by the cosmic power flowing through his form, flickered through his vision. Unbeknownst to him, these would be the last sensory impressions he would ever receive from Ishgar. The pain from the countless injuries that covered his body from head to toe had long since given way to a feeling of overwhelming cold, practically feeling as though it was freezing him stiff. His eyes, heavy with severe fatigue and weary from tears shed in an uncontrolled furor, closed, his consciousness fading into darkness. His form felt weightless, yet, he recognized that he could feel. Still, there was nothing around him apart from unending oblivion. Perhaps this had all been a dream, after all?

This line of wishful thinking was quickly ripped apart by the uncaring harshness of reality, the seemingly secure footing he was standing on, even if his eyes could perceive nothing other than expansive black to all sides, would break away, leaving the young man falling. He wanted to scream reflexively, though his throat produced no sound, and indeed, as he gasped for air, nothing would fill his lungs. Was this ... death? He was too tired, too confused to even formulate that impression as coherent thought, though instinct appeared to deliver this information to his conscious mind. Desperately, he tried to grasp at some invisible point that he hoped would be there around his body, some uneven edge in this seemingly endless tunnel, something, anything that could support him, could stop his fall, but ... nothing. He kept falling, descending into depths unknown, a seemingly unending abyss. Was this the end? Would he simply vanish in this onyx void?

He felt like crying, though no tears would come. What had all this effort been for? Why had he struggled as hard as he had over the past few years? If he couldn't even manage to cling to this life after relying on such measly amounts of cosmic power, if he couldn't use his discovery, this awakened body of his to fulfill his goal, what was he good for in the end? "Curse it all", a defiant shout echoed from his lips, the last breath of air that filled his lungs sent bursting from his throat. "I won't give up yet!". In that same breath, he felt something reach out to him, something make contact with his soul in a similar manner to before. It had only been a few minutes, but that feeling was not something he could forget. He had been ordered to live, and live he would.

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The air around the withered archway would begin to crackle, sending ripples of mysterious force through the ancient, long-abandoned ruins and the forest surrounding them. This state of enigma, however, would not last especially long, the passing of a few swift seconds heralding the end of this phenomenon, though it would only give way to the next strange occurrence. Space just before this broken monument distorted, then ripped apart in an instant, opening a hole into a seemingly unending abyss of darkness incarnate before spitting out something with a dull thud. Then, just as quickly as it had appeared, this rift, driven by what felt like the determination of the world to correct an inherent flaw in its structure, was sealed shut forever, closing and leaving the space where it had appeared just as it had been before, with the notable difference that, below its previous position, would lie the form of a young man.

Shen Kadokawa opened his eyes, the first sight to see in this new world an expansive sky of untouched azure. He blinked several times, sitting up from where he was lying on his back amidst a field of grass. His eyes darted back and forth, his head following their motions with rapid, shocked movements that clearly signaled his disbelief. Then, he would look down at himself, raising his hands before his face before opening and closing them. He was still wearing the charcoal-hued uniform he had worn before, minus the bullet holes and blood, strangely. Where was he? He had been in Pergrande just a few moments ago, the peaks of the mountain ranges, heavily laden with snow and dominated by icy winds, were gone, replaced instead with a summer forest. He could hear what sounded like the song of birds in the distance, the gentle, warm breeze rushing through the canopy producing the unmistakable sound of leaves rustling in the wind.

Just where ... where was this? This was not the southern border, but he couldn't be sure whether this was still Pergrande or not. His mind was hazy, images of the events that had transpired over the course of the last 30 minutes or so flashing through his mind. Was this even Ishgar at all? And ... why was he unharmed? He had been involved in intense fighting just mere moments ago. As the thought occurred to Shen, he remembered his comrades, the fellow knights under his command. With a gasp, he drew in his first breath of air in this new world, standing up in what appeared like panic, though before he could take action, the feeling hit him. Intense dizziness washed over him, accompanied by an assorted sensation of nausea and headache. He had to take a moment, stumbling back a step, trying his best to stay on his feet, reflexively raising his right hand to his temple. Just what was this feeling? He could sense it reverberate throughout his entire body, like a vibration, no, almost like a wave of an unknown force that tried to push him away into all directions and pull him inwards at the same time. For a second, the crimson-haired man thought that he would be ripped to shreds where he stood, though the feeling subsided after the passing of a few moments, yet, while the pain and injury seemed to be gone, the uncomfortable sensation of inherent wrongness remained. Just what had happened here? Where were the others?

It was now that the knight raised his gaze from the verdant sheet of grass and moss to the treeline around him, the search for his friends seeming to be an instinctive goal, the man, however, realizing that this was a futile effort just a short few seconds thereafter. He knew what he had seen back there. They wouldn't come back. His surprised expression twisted into a visage of wrathful and seething anger. If only he could've been stronger for them. If only he hadn't been such a weakling when they needed him most. Then they, and by extension, Shen himself, would still be there, safe and secure. His fingernails dug into his palms as he clenched his hands into fists, unable to stop the tears this time, his frustration causing an inevitable response from him as he sank to his knees, his quiet, albeit clear voice echoing forth anew, too busy with himself and his grief to notice the other presences near these ancient ruins.

"God fucking damnit".




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Post by Bleuenn Bosser Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:37 pm

Upon seeing the complete shift in the demonata personality, Bleuenn could not hold back a chuckle. Placing her index finger over her mouth to silence herself. Bleuenn’s gemstone eyes refocused on the similar tone ones swimming in ink before her. She knew of the danger and preferred that the both of them remained professional; yet Trishna’s glee was infectious. Even if it would not be wise to lower her guard on the field even if they were in a relatively safe area. Bleuenn was more than confident in her own ability and the relative safety of the area to allow both the demon and herself to indulge themselves.

Bellowing out a confident but slow chortle as Trishna spoke of their lack of food. Leaning forward against her buckled knees forced together by her hands. Bleuenn would rock slightly, building momentum. Though the payoff was nothing but mundane as the young witch merely hopped off the chair to dig right back into her bag. “I would never let my escort or companions starve, good food is important while on the field”. Plucking off one of the bedding, Bleuenn would step forward to create an ice sheet to serve as a base before you unravel the blanket covering the smooth thin sheet of ice. Patting and smoothing the cover, she quickly hopped back towards her bag. The banging of metal echoed through the forest alarming a few nearby birds that flew off while Bleuenn wiggled out a pot out of her bag. With one big tug the shiny pot popped out, almost sending the young witch on her backside. Catching herself she would place the full pot in the middle of the covering flashing another smile to her companion as she spoke of repayment. “Perhaps you can return the favor on the travels back to the guild”. Taking off the lid, the young witch placed two large boxes with separate levels, along with a bowl. “I was planning on simply foraging for a meal over the day while we hunted to teach you even more, but I did prepare something early before we left the rest stop just in case”.

Separating and opening the boxes Bleuenn readied the spread for Trishna. All manner of simple meals ranging from rice balls formed into all manner of cute anthro designs. To salads and fried spare ribs with sauce on the sides. Bleuenn was not sure about the demon’s diet, therefore she prepared extra meals such as vegetables and fruits cut into neat patterns with egg and fish rolls with all manner of sauces. Glancing at Trishna for a moment before looking away embarrassed at the overblown meal she had prepared. Bleuenn would pause for a moment, before creating not only a bowl but the contents out of ice while she brought a bowl of fruit nearby. Clearing her throat of her embarrassment, “I was unsure of your preferences, however I prepared many dishes to make sure there was at least something palatable”. Clinking the ice and the fruit bowl together before looking to Trishna. “For dessert I thought of something refreshing, I hope you like shaved ice as other more temperature demanding desserts would not make the trip”. Resting her hands on her knees, Bleuen focused on her rose colored ally with a mix of fear and expectancy while she waited for her to partake in the food.

Bleuenn's observation of the demoness soon turned into a leer. The young witch's heart pounded, blocking out all sounds as she waited on Trishna to take a bite. While she was not a poor cook by any means, she did not know much about the lands she was supposed to hail from or it's cuisine. Even though the witch was isolated from the heat, Bleuenn's mind overheated with thoughts. I do not know what people from the outer realm eat. No doubt the food and my cadence has led her to discover that I am not from the outer realm. What will she do if she discovers my true nature!?

Doing her best to hide her mini meltdown an odd hue radiated off of the ruins, given the hybrid seemed reprieve from the woes of social activity. "Trishna, the ruins look"! Doing her best to act natural, Bleuenn pointed to the ruins while trying her best to hide her concerns behind her fake shock. Perhaps the witch could have truly shown interest in the arrival of another Outworlder. However, while the text claimed that such beings were rare; her time among the forests has begun to shatter that theory. Keeping her focus on the glowing stone she wondered what manner of being would appear from the circle this time. Her mind thought to Bassui and the world known as Earth, then to Kyr far more hostile means of entry. Questions and thoughts pile on top of each other while the light pooled around the circle in the center of the ruin.

Pushing her own thoughts and questions aside she focused on Trishna unsure if she was aware of Outworlders. "We've come upon something far more interesting than simple slimes". Lifting himself up she moved to the ruins that now had a beam of light shooting out from the center. Breaking through the sky the clouds parted and swirled around encircling the light just as the forest had encircled the ruin. Harsh winds began to pick up pushing the young witch. Raising her hands to guard against the wind, her mind quickly snapped back to Trishna and the food. In an instant a frosted dome surrounded the picnic in hopes to save the food. "Trishna are you okay"! Calling out to her ward, Bleuenn kept her focus and hands out reinforcing her defensive magic just as the sky cracked open unveiling a darkened celestial patch in the otherwise clear blue sky.  Unlike her encounters with Bass and Kyr this Outworlder's entry was far more forceful. Luckily it seemed to be more of a squall than a raging storm. With a final energy burst dispersing out the last of its energy it seemed like the worst was either over or just beginning.

Unsure what to make of the newly entered being, Bleuenn held her defensive magic up. " Visitor we mean you no harm, we are just adventurers dealing with an unstable population of monsters"! Placing her hand on her chest she would continue. "I am Bleuenn Bosser. I have met and assisted others like you on my travels"! Looking at Trishna and the food everything seemed to be unharmed either to her quick action or whatever secrets the demonata held. Giving her fellow eldritch a sincere smile to put Trishna at ease before focusing back towards the ruins. "Perhaps you'd like to accompany us as we were just settling down for lunch! The last Outworlder I've met was on the brink of starvation upon his entry"! The witch truly hoped the Outworlder would see reason as she did not want to fight. However, she would defend

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Post by Trishna Sun Jun 20, 2021 8:55 pm

Trish caught the soft chuckle that escaped from her mentor, as well as the subtle shift in attitude as Bleuenn assuaged the demonata’s fears of having anything but the greatest picnic ever. She couldn’t help but notice the stark contrast in the smaller witch’s actions as she somewhat clumsily brought what amounted to a small feast out of her pack, then effortlessly raised a table of frosty ice to spread the contents out upon. The juxtaposition of these two sides of her turquoise haired benefactor only served to make Trishna think she was even more adorable!

“I’ll do my best to return the favour!”
Trishna replied to her darling Ice Queen before sitting in the frozen throne that had been made specifically for her to enjoy the unveiling of this veritable feast. A soft gasp escaped her lips, however, as in between her excitement at the feast being laid before her and her fawning over her expedition partner it completely slipped her mind that the chair was literally made of ice. Trishna stiffened in surprise but managed to stifle having more of a reaction. Instead, with a bit of concerted effort, she continued, “Maybe we can go out for a victory dinner after we finish up here, in honour of my first completed mission, my treat?”

Trishna watched with delight as more and more foods were put before her, trying not to let her inner glutton show my salivating wildly. Fruits and veggies cut into the cutest of shapes, eggrolls, a salad, ribs… in her wildest dreams Trishna wouldn’t have imagined her first picnic would be this well catered! It all looked soooo tasty! If it were to taste even half as good as it looked, Trishna felt like she were about to be on cloud nine! Bleuenn certainly knew how please a demonata like Trishna… just how much better could her mentor get?

Trish looked up to see her benefactor looking away, seemingly embarrassed about something, but for the life of her Trish couldn’t understand what Bleuenn would possibly be embarrassed about. Her benefactor explained that she was unsure of what diet someone like Trish might have and so had tried to prepare something that might fit. And Trishna had to suppress a giggle at Bleuenn’s expense. Trishna was part glutton, though she understood there was no way the ice witch could have known that. Gluttons weren’t known for being particularly picky, and Trish was no exception to that rule.

“It all looks soo tasty!” Trish exclaimed, noticing Bleuenn seemed to be waiting to see the what Trishna thought of the food set before her. Trish reached out and swiped one of the fruit’s, a set of apple slices cut together to form a cute little snake. As much as she were tempted to pop the whole thing in her mouth, she resisted the urge and instead popped a small ligament of the snake off to try. She knew very well indulging her inner glutton tended to be a turn off for those that weren’t used to being around that particular breed.

She took the apple slice in her mouth and closed her eyes to enjoy the treat in it’s entirety. The combination of sour and sweet prevalent in green apples filled her mouth, crisp as though it had literally just been cut in front of her instead of before they had left on their expedition in the first place! It was an uncommon fruit to find in the outer realm, but that only served to give it an exoticness that made it even better to Trish. There was a coldness to it, likely due to a burst of her partners’ frosty powers and likely the reason it had remained as crisp as it had despite having likely been made hours ago that only served to enhance the flavours! A soft humming escaped from Trishna as she thoroughly enjoyed the first bite of the feast lost in the flavours.

Her euphoria was interrupted when the Ice Witch exclaimed about the ruins nearby. Trishna opened her eyes to find a glow emanating in the distance. For a moment she was confused, not understanding the significance of it, She looked at the glow in some confusion before it clicked in her mind; an outworlder was coming. Trishna had heard of it happening, of course, most children knew the stories of outworlders appearing. In the outer realm, the stories tended to have a more negative slant since often during the war the outworlders would become villians who fought alongside the humans every time the eldritch seemed to be making progress. Given the stories, Trishna was on guard but by her typical personality she was also extremely curious what manner of being might be coming their way.

Suddenly the glow became a beam of light shining down upon the ruins as a tempest of winds accompanied the sudden change in intensity. Thankfully her partner acted quickly, forming a shield around Trishna and the picnic at large as the torrent of winds buffeted them. A good thing too, as for a moment Trish had sat entranced by the suddenness of it all. Bleuenn’s inquiry as to Trishna’s health broke her from her stupor and she stood and made her way over to the ice witch protecting her.

“Thanks to you I am!”
Trish replied, giving Bleuenn a smile as she put a hand on the smaller witch’s shoulder. Bleuenn, for her part, called out to the outworlder who likely now sat nearby, attempting to be civil, but Trish couldn’t help but notice that her partner deigned to keep their protection bubble up over them just in case. This told Trish there was certainly a chance things could take a turn for the worse, so for the first real time that day she focused her attention on the possible danger before them and made ready to react. She kept her eyes on the ruins and she quietly inquired to her partner, “Is it usually this intense?”

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Post by Shen Kadokawa Mon Jun 21, 2021 8:18 pm


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At first, the world around Shen appeared serene, undisturbed by civilization or any signs of life safe from the remnants of these ancient structures, though the crimson-haired man was much too disturbed to notice, or care, for that matter. Just moments ago, the sounds of a raging battlefield had rung deafeningly through his ears, gunshots, explosions, and screams of unimaginable agony still fresh within his memory. The scent of blood still hung heavy within his nose, and this, combined with the sudden rush of unwellness he experienced, made him feel like the remnants of today's admittedly somewhat meager breakfast were about to part with his stomach rather unexpectedly. Still, he managed to keep his composure, for the time being, forcing back the sickness. If he started breaking down right here, right now, who knew what would happen going forward, though just as a panicked mind pondered over this in the calculating delirium of someone under threat of losing their life, these thought processes were interrupted abruptly, a voice calling out to the young man.

His head would swerve towards the source immediately, his tear-filled gaze falling upon a pair of shapes distorted by some kind of semi-transparent layer of something crystalline, yet transparent in nature. His demeanor shifted in an instant, Shen jumping back to his feet in a flash. The motion had been practiced in combat training over and over again, a countless number of times, and in moments like these, especially given the experience the crimson-haired man had just gone through, the mindless drill of a soldier took over. Shen immediately shifted into a combat stance, the adrenaline surging through his body momentarily drowning out the everpresent feeling of inherent wrongness he felt, leaving the man's mind to shift into its highest gear. Were these Pergrandean Soldiers? It wasn't out of the question at all, and given how he was now, it would be critical to strike before they could. Just as Shen debated incinerating them in an instant, however, he stopped dead in his tracks, the somewhat mundane realization that he could understand what the voice had said to him snapping him out of his daze. This individual spoke the young man's mother tongue? Shen was no mindless murderer, the possibility that he was dealing with civilians, even those from his home country, dissipated the killing intent that had flared up in his heart from one moment to the next as swiftly as it had come. It was only now when rationality returned that Shen actually processed what the voice, seemingly female in sound and somewhat muffled by the structure surrounding the two others, had said to him.

"Adventurers, huh?", the thought crossed his mind. Taking a few more moments to observe, Shen's gaze wandered over the dome, his stance shifting to a more relaxed posture. Was this ... a dome of ice? Shen understood. Not only did this explain why the shapes of the two strangers were distorted by the sheets of frigid cold, the girl's ... or woman's voice, Shen could not tell, only intermittently reaching his ears through the muffling layer around them. Still, if only vaguely, he had clearly made out the words "adventurers", "monsters", "Bleuenn", which was followed by something unintelligible, "accompany ... for lunch" and "Outworlder". He had no idea what most of this meant, naturally, but ... was this girl inviting him for lunch? What an utterly ridiculous notion. Lunch being the first thing to offer a complete stranger who had just been ejected from a portal that had appeared from thin air was simply too outlandish a thought, so Shen assumed that he had misunderstood what she said. What was the deal with her, anyway? This scenario, rather than threatening, seemed goofier, to begin with, and Shen felt a slight twinge of shame over the fact that he had gotten so worked up in the first place. For now, he pushed the images and memories from earlier to the side. What he needed now was information, and these people might have just what he needed.

"Hey, uh, so, I can't really understand what you're trying to tell me. I promise I'm not hostile, so, uh, can you get rid of your magic so I can actually talk to you? If you don't mind, I have a few very important questions I would like to ask you". He assumed, of course, based on his experience as a guild mage, that this was also a display of magic at work, not a bit of doubt in his mind that this was simply the natural conclusion to draw from this sight. Further, he tried to keep his tone steady to convey his intentions, but the culminated weight of everything he had to bear over the course of these past 30 or so minutes showed. Shen was still a bit shaky, tired, drained eyes, dull from exhaustion and red from the tears staring at the dome of ice and the shapes of the presumed adventurers inside as the crimson-haired soldier, who, unbeknownst to himself, had just become a so-called "Otherworlder", awaited a response from these as of yet enigmatic strangers.




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Post by Bleuenn Bosser Mon Jun 21, 2021 10:45 pm

Any relief she felt from Trishna words and touch were pushed down. Her inquiry into the otherworlder’s entry only built onto the witch’s wariness. Placing her hand atop of the demonata’s hand was both meant to ease her ward’s concerns while also buying time to think on what had just happened. “They are still rare even if I've encountered more than most. Excluding this one, the other one I've encountered in person was far less erratic and controlled”. Taking her hand off to ready herself for whatever they may face. “However, the Outwolders i’ve met have been friendly for the most part, odd but not hostile”. Bleuenn would have liked to say that the Outworlders lack any magic or strength upon entry; but the two that she had come across were not a large enough sample size to hold a confident confirmation.

Continuing to hold her spell and ground, her eyes fell upon a tall crimson touched man. Besides the finery that adorned his large frame; it was clear that the man was on death’s door. As he guarded himself, Bleuenn noted his form. It was clear he was well trained, but his quaking body and dull irritated eyes showed that he was in more danger of harming himself than others by continuing to exert himself. “Please stop, we do not wish to fight”! Calling out to the man once again to try to resolve the misunderstanding peacefully. “I do not know what your world or what events have led you to our world, but please believe that we mean you know harm”! Her words appeared to have reached the man as his stance relaxed though still on the defensive as it seemed as if he did not believe they were adventurers. At an impasse, Bleuenn waited for the man’s next move. She did not wish to harm him, but if he persisted she would defend herself and Trishna.

Silence fell over the area. Bleuenn’s ruby eyes faced off with the man’s own dull crimson irises. Placing her hand onto the dome of ice, spikes began to form around the dome in preparedness for what looked to be a battle. The witch wished that she could see into the man’s mind like Spire, but she readied herself of whatever the outcome may be.

Though mere moments had passed, it felt like hours had passed as the stare down continued. Thankfully though the man finally stepped out of his stance with what appeared to be a tinge of guilt or embarrassment. As he spoke up, Bleuenn’s face reddened upon hearing her mistake. In her fight response the witch had forgotten to allow for sound to pass freely from her spell. The embarrassment only compounded as she completely ignored the echo whilst speaking to not only Trishna but the man who she was prepared to kill.

With her mistake realized, the dome quickly dispersed into petals of snow while the young witch placed a hand in front of her mouth to collect herself. “My apologies, I formed the spell hastily to keep not only Trishna, but our lunch unharmed”. Curtsying and stepping aside to reveal the table she had set with her food and magic. “ To clear up the misunderstanding. I am Bleuenn Bosser”. Waiting for Trishna to choose whether to introduce herself or not, Bleuenn moved back to one of the chairs to sit. “ Questions can wait. Don't worry I am willing to answer them as best as I am able. However, you barely look able to stand”. Casting her eye to an open area at the table, ice crystals would twist and fuse into yet another chair for their guest. With an open hand she offered the man a seat. “Please join us, there is more than enough food for us all.”. Claiming a rice ball in the shape of a Neko face, Bleuenn would bite into the top of it looking at the man warmly.

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Post by Trishna Tue Jun 22, 2021 7:29 am

For a moment, things seemed calm. The wind and shining light from above abated almost as quickly as it had come on, leaving Bleuenn and Trishna sitting in an eerie, somewhat tense silence. Then a shape moved outside the safety of the crystalline safety of her partners’ ice dome, sending both waves of tension echoing through both the pink succubus and the ice witch. The movement, blurry though it may be through the thick layer of ice that protected them, was obviously smooth and well practiced. Given how recently the war between the humans and eldritch had settled into the somewhat  uneasy peace in which they currently lived, Trishna had had plenty of opportunities to see movements that mirrored those of the fellow who currently sat outside; they were the unmistakable confident movements of a veteran who had seen a lifetime's worth of battle. Whether Trishna could see exact details of the figure before them, the well choreographed movements were unmistakable.

The next few tense moments were punctuated by little more than Bleuenn pleading for an end to the hostile behaviors before they escalated into real violence and the stranger outside holding his stance but otherwise revealing almost nothing of his intentions. While Bleuenn held a hand out to strengthen the dome that protected them, Trish took this moment of seeming calm before the storm to crouch into a ready position of her own. Trish used her long, flexible tail to pick up a stone just smaller than one of their heads holding it at the ready. If this stranger decided to come crashing through her crushes protective barrier, she didn’t want to be unable to contribute. It seemed Bleuenn was ready and willing to defend them if it came to it, and it was only right that Trish helped where she could.

The stranger suddenly released his tension after what felt like far longer than it probably was, and soon both he and the ice queen were dropping hostilities and lowering their guards. Bleuenn offered apologies and introductions, so Trishna took her que and followed suit.

“And I am Trishna Vileheart, it’s a pleasure to make your acquaintance.” She said cheerily, standing to her full height and offering a warm smile of her own. She held her hands together in front of her, continuing to smile and look friendly as Bleuenn went on to offer the strange beat up man a spot at the table with them. Her smile faltered for just a moment when she remembered her tail still held the rock she had been fully prepared to throw at the redhead only a moment before, and she attempted to tactfully set it down without looking too unnatural or hostile.

It struck her that her mentor had commented that the stranger looked barely able to stand, and Trish had to agree with the assessment. Either the fiery-maned man before them had literally just come from a warzone, or the trip into their world was far more strenuous than Trish remembered ever being mentioned. Either way, Trish had to agree with her mentor’s assessment; the man looked half dead. Being who she was, Trish couldn't help but wonder if the man would be good looking after a bit of rest and nutrition restored his vitality… perhaps she would be staring down quite the treat soon herself!

“I mean no offense friend, but you really look like shit.You really should take my friend up on her offer, my girl here makes a hell of a spread…” Trishna said after a moment of studying the man in front of her, gesturing to where Bleuenn sat with a riceball. “Would you… uh… would you like a hand getting to the seat she made you?”

Trish made ready to put one of the mans arms over her shoulder and help him to the table, if he were willing to accept her help. She would then find her way to her own seat and begin to dig into the magnificent feast before them. If he were still too wary of them, however, Trish would simply find her way to her seat, and dig in regardless. No sense wasting good food!

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To the young man's surprise, the figure encased in the dome of frozen cold complied with his request immediately, the spherical object of magical genesis fading into a scatter of pristinely pure snow, revealing the two shapes inside now revealed. The first proved to be a girl, just as assumed, or, rather, a young woman, her distinct eyes, which were of a hue not unlike those of the knight, scanning him intently, while the other one, also apparently a woman, proved to be decidedly more ..., for the lack of a better description, pink side. As in, her skin literally being a very much extraordinary shade of vibrant pink. Shen momentarily raised an eyebrow in a motion of clear surprise, though the impression would fade almost as quickly as it had overcome him. Naturally, while this wasn't something you would see every day, the knight was not unfamiliar with the quirks and oddities a magical world could produce. And he assumed that, wherever this was, it was also a magical place, based on the fact that the girl with the rather strikingly azure hair had displayed a power that appeared like magic. There was also the fact that, even if it was faint, Shen could sense the flow of cosmic power around him just like he had in Fiore, though the concentration left much to be desired. Nothing he could do about that for the time being.

The young woman introduced herself as Bleuenn, while the other appeared to be named Trishna. It seemed that culture and etiquette here seemed to be on a similar level to his home, leaving him wondering if this wasn't somewhere in Fiore, after all, but finding such a dense forest in Fiore proper would be difficult. Perhaps somewhere near the border ...? He had to find out. "Yeah, pleasure. Name's Shen Kadokawa. I-". Before he would get his chance to ask the questions he had prepared in his mind, though, the young woman steered the conversation in a completely different direction, throwing the young man off considerably, and despite the fact that he wanted to be direct, albeit not forceful in his approach, all he could muster was stunned speechlessness. The azure-haired girl really was inviting the knight to lunch, it turned out, Shen's mouth opening slightly, remaining agape in silence before closing once more. What was she thinking? Food was the least of his worries right now, indeed, nothing could've been further from being a path of action to consider. Before, however, this could be discussed, the other woman would also address him, speaking in a manner that appeared really quite frank to the young man. Shen appreciated it, realizing that the battle and the journey here had probably taken a lot out of him. He felt it, after all, the accumulated fatigue of the battlefield reminding him that he could really use a little bit of rest with every beat of his weary heart. He still didn't exactly feel hungry, though the man briefly closed his eyes, sighing inwardly. A break couldn't hurt, the crimson-haired knight nodding lightly with a somewhat begrudging "Fine", thereafter witnessing yet another display of magic from the girl called Bleuenn. Ice-Make, perhaps, or rather, temperature manipulation? Shen couldn't tell. The exact intricacies of arcana were lost on him, but it was a power that appeared just as utilitarian as it was flexible. Not a bad skill to pick up, certainly, leaving the man somewhat relieved that these two didn't appear to be hostile, and indeed, the woman named Trishna even appeared friendly, reaching a hand out to Shen to help him to his seat.

A nice gesture, certainly, but he was not so frail that he couldn't take a seat by himself, the young man declining with a short, but obvious wave of the hand and a polite, yet slightly startled "Ah, no, but thank you". Perhaps it would've been wiser to accept her help. His steps felt heavy, though, in the end, the young Knight managed to find his place in the seat prepared for him without much issue, albeit looking somewhat shaky in the process. Now, the three were seated around a miscellany of obviously well-prepared foods, a picnic, yes, but ... what kind of a coincidence was it that he had reappeared practically right next to a duo holding a miniature feast? The whole situation that played out around him was simply too much to work out, the young man deciding to just go with the flow for the time being, though the determination to inquire about the things that bothered him was greater than ever. Still, he was understandably unsure how to proceed, deciding that the direct approach would be the best option. "So, uh, not to be rude or anything, but these questions are really bothering me, and it's pretty important. Would you mind answering some of them?". The question was directed at both of them, he would accept answers from either one, of course, though the two would have to be up for it, obviously. If he couldn't get the answers he was looking for, well, he would have to find some alternative means to acquire them, even if that would prove to be difficult. Was there any civilization here to speak of? Not that the young knight could see. There was thick forest all around. Naturally, that meant he couldn't simply leave and ask someone else. He still had no idea where the hell he was, after all. "Guess I'll have to be at least somewhat approachable with these guys, huh?", Shen thought, wondering what other eccentric shenanigans the duo would come up with. He hoped that it wouldn't be too crazy ...




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Post by Bleuenn Bosser Fri Jul 02, 2021 3:34 pm

Hiding a smile behind her meal, Bleuenn took in Shens sheer disbelief in her offer of a meal. The oddity of her offer, the area and the coincidence was not lost on the young witch. However, she had gotten so used to coming upon outworlders on her travels, that the ambormal began to feel normal. Continuing to mow down the rice ball, Bleuenn watched as Trishna offered the man her shoulder to her surprise. Forming a toothpick with her magic she continued to watch the exchange with great interest as she plucked a heart shaped fruit. Nibbling on one half, she watched Shen stubbornly refuse and simply looked on as the man shambled his near dead body onto the freshly made seat.

There is plenty of food so do not feel the need to hold back”. Sliding the fruit off the pick she pointed to the myriad of shaped fruits, meats and anthro face rice balls that were spread along the table. Pausing for a moment, Bleuenn quickly realized she had forgotten refreshments. Hopping off her chair she rummaged back into her bag retrieving a water skin. While returning she began to form a pitcher and glasses for herself and her guests. While she filled the pitcher with water her eyes lazily looked over to Shen. By his lack of interest in the food she knew that his mind was clearly on his world. “Nothing someone says before the word but really counts”. Slicing a lemon into the pitcher her eyes focused on Shen’s as the witch brashly seated herself.

With a sigh Bleuenn closed her eyes. With a simple wave a plate formed out of the table by Shen’s side while hands and tools sprouted out from it plating his meal. While the act itself seemed simple enough the ice acted more like an extension of Bleuenn than a creation. Such control was almost uncanny as the young witch seemed unhindered by the multiple acts taking place before her as she spoke. “I understand that you are confused and concerned about where you are and the state of your allies. I would have liked for you to eat and partially regain some of your strength; yet I would more than likely be doing the exact same thing as yourself if I was in your situation”. Taking a sip of her own drink, Bleuenn thought on how best to explain it to the man. “I am sure you are more than aware that you are no longer in your world. The world you now find yourself in is known as Vyldermire, though more specifically Mirinah”. Looking over to the ruin and the partially intact circle set in the middle of it. “My knowledge is lacking when it comes to Outworlders, however for some reason the veil between worlds seems to be thinned within the forests of Hoptus”. Focusing down at the food Bleuenn’s expression darkened. “I am sorry to say this, though to my knowledge, none of those who have come to our world have ever left”. Poking at her food, Bleuenn’s body and mood fell further. “I also cannot say or learn anything of your world or how whatever battle you were part of went. All I have to offer is the food before you and knowledge on my own world”.

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Post by Trishna Sun Jul 04, 2021 10:22 pm

Trishna made her way back to her frosty chair after the red haired man waved her away, taking her seat again gingerly. For the first split second the chair felt cold, though as before it quickly became oddly comfortable to her. Trishna couldn’t wrap her mind around how her partner managed to make furniture made of her ice not only comfortable to the touch for someone who could be sensitive to the cold, but seemingly melt proof to Trishna’s considerable body heat! Trishna didn’t marvel at the fact for too long as the red haired man made his way over to the table and took the third seat that Bleu had made for him to join them for the feast.

He introduced himself as Shen, and Trishna half listened as the two began to converse about outworlders. Trishna herself was out of her element since she really only knew what little had been taught to her growing up in Sinhaven, so she mostly contented herself to enjoying the feast before her. She greedily took pieces of almost everything on offer, admiring the little details and designs her partner had worked into much of the meal. In stark contrast to the seriousness of the mood between the two that sat with her, Trishna couldn’t help but begin to hum happily as various tasty treats made their ways into her mouth. She closed her eyes as the two continued their serious conversation, focusing most of her attention on the tastes as they made their way past her tongue. Before long, she was slowly and happily bobbing her head to the left and right while her tail moved in tandem behind her. She had no idea that her partner could cook, much less this well, and this surprise pleased her to no end.

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