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 The Forest Children of Medicia, Pleased to welcome all
Talidara
Posted: Dec 29 2012, 03:53 PM


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Kiia shivered as she made her way through the forest around the castle. It was a cold winter night, especially this high in the mountains. Maybe it would have been wiser to go out later, when the sun would have warmed the air and the forest creatures would come out, but she preferred the quiet, almost surreal feeling of a forest by night. As she sat down next to a small river, she closed her eyes and stretched and trained her bad memories away. As the sun slowly and reluctantly left his resting place to start his long and lonely journey across the skies, her fears slowly made place for determination and composure.

With a sigh she lowered her daggers. Time had come to return to the castle. She still had to prepare for her flight, and she was sure Orvin would want to talk to her.

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Arriyen held her hands out to hold the child. She wasn't very good at taking care of children, and she could hardly understand a word they said sometimes. It was a little weird to believe that she was that small once. Well, she was still small but it doesn't matter anyway. "I'm...not good at holding children. I'm afraid I'll drop them." She said shyly and her face flushed a little with embarrassment.
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The cold morning had been a thing to despise or hate for most people, the low temperatures and the light from the sun coming up to remind people of their lives and to wake up before they froze. It was required you had a large fire along with some blankets to go through a single night, let alone whole days. But it hadn't been much rest for the Forest Children - at least the night watch - and they were still up and walking around, checking every nook and cranny, watching for any unusual movement and being ready to alert the Guardians at any time, if needed. The morning had been quite cold, though, and most of them were taking their leave as the Forest Children awoke - all but one, that is. Argoth had been awake through the whole night, partrolling through the whole camp. He was of age to be a Guardian, though he was not entitled to be one - not that it mattered too much now. The young Elf yawned, rubbing the sleep out of his eyes and taking another bite of the bread loaf which he had bought last night. His eyes were still focused, even after being up for 10 hours, and he finished the food quickly, moving to take some wood and logs from the stockpile, then throwing it into the bonfire. Somehow, this thing had extinguished, even though there were supposed to be two Children stationed at it at all times - then again, some may have decided to sleep instead of doing their duties. Anyways, it didn't quite matter now to Argoth, who controlled fire from a nearby torch, then used it to set the firewood alight. Backing away and taking a seat, he controlled the flames and caused them to increase, making the surroundings heat up a bit quickly. Most of the Forest Children should be awaking by now, so this fire would have to be rekindled, and Argoth had just been there to do it.
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"Please! I swear I didnt do it on purpose!" The man who was kneeling on the floor didnt have the looks of someone who would ever have to beg for his life. His huge arms were trained in combat and his broad sword looked like it had been used to sever countless heads from the shoulders of his opponents.
Orvin looked with disdain at the man who lay groveling on his knees before him. "Say, if i were to safe your life... What exactly would I gain from it?"
The man in front of him looked up in utter relief. "I'm rich! I can give you whatever you want! Swords, horses, women!"
Orvin leaned backwards against the wall as he purposely took his time to think it over
When he saw how the man started to worry again he sneered behind his mask. People like him were so easy to understand.
"Well, I am not a man without mercy am i not?" Of course, the man started to elaborately agree with him. "Why don't you give me one of each? Their quality will determine the time you have left..."
He laughed softly when the man slowly understood the meaning of his words.
"My lord! Please..."
Orvin interrupted him. "I am not your lord, Maverick is! And thanks to you, I have to face him with very bad news... Did you really think that i would forgive you? If so then you are even more stupid than you look... Now begone and spend your last days in a good way." As he looked how the man left the building, slow and defeated, he summoned a sprite. "Follow him. Make sure he doesnt plan anything."
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Syria gently signaled Ira to a halt and slid from the fiery mare's back. Ira snorted before trotting off Leaving Syria with Maxim and the ferret twins for company on her walk. The spirit wolf leaned into Syria in an almost questioning manner. Syria only smiled and brushed a hand through his fur. When she began her walk to her sister, Syria sent a shadow ahead to alert Cassia of Syria's arrival and a indication of breakfast.

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"It's not that hard with these two. They mostly support themselves," Keid grinned as he demonstrated his point with Ananke. He dropped his arm from supporting the little girl, who accustomed to this hung from his neck with giggles. Ananke continued giggling as her brother was placed firmly in Arriyen's arms. "Admittedly, you should wait to let them hang like this until they can successfully climb your legs."

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After a time Vindis and Amrick parted directions. The jackal took to tracking down a man called Orvin. The note was to be delivered and then Vindis was to assist him with the orders as she was able. Amrick, on the other hand, set to tracking down the female shadow phoenix. A situation he just knew would be turbulent if the female knew exactly who he was. A snort escaped the male phoenix as he flew. As if anyone would recognize me as the man that stood at Her side. And the Warrior Mark has been covered with the Viridel Mark. I wonder what dear Syria would say if she saw me now.

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Arriyen gently released her arms and placed them at her sides as the boy hung on her neck. She bent a little from the weight and continued to look at Keid. "Like this then?" She said and a small smile graced her face from the children. She really couldn't resist the innocence of children. That and they where so cute!
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((quick post))

The leaves rustled from the whistling winds which cast the fallen leaves on its first flight of independence, only to die and wither a couple of days later. A short-lived life, indeed just like the dawn that has long since diminished from the sky. The whistles passed by Cassia's ears and played with her hair. About twenty feet above ground she hung on a tree close to The Forest Children's camp. Her life solely relied on the limb above her to support her weight. Out of many limbs to choose from, she has had years to perfect her climbing and acrobatic skills in the Forest. So the chance of this particular limb breaking was slim. Motionless, she hung, letting gravity do the rest, she scanned her surroundings.

Throughout her years of patrolling, she acquired the tendency to have an observant eye towards anything out of the ordinary, even on her own turf. While she was looking around she spotted a black blur weaving through the camp and directed its destination to herself.

She waited patiently as the shadow came to a stop in front of her announcing her sister's arrival and informing her that food waited back at the camp, while it slowly grew cold as the time lengthened. With well formed callouses on her hands, she pulled herself up on the limb and slowly descended down the tree. Halfway through she stopped at a rather high jumping distance, pushed off in a backflip, and successfully landed on the ground safely.

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Posted: Jan 10 2013, 08:57 PM


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((Sorry, I have been away. There were a few personal issues I had to take care of.))

Syria jogged over to her sister with a smile and a wave. Lyre and Sol, lacking Syria's restraint, darted over to Cassia chattering happily to the Guardian. Sol was bold as to attempt to climb up Cassia’s leg, while his sister nuzzled Cassia’s ankle. At Syria’s side, Maxim snorted at the twin ferrets as he bowed in greeting to Cassia. When the wolf straightened, his gaze shifted to Syria in askance. The youngest Guardian gave a gesture and the wolf bound off to fetch himself some food. After sending the wolf off, Syria simply signaled a greeting with a giggle.“Hello, sister. How is this fair morning for you?”

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Keid laughed as he watched Ophion hold onto Arriyen’s neck with a giggle. The twins being as they were quite strong enough to hang for too long, did their best to wrap their legs around their respective elder. Keid simply placed his arm under Ananke and bowed at the waste to Arriyen. “So, what say you, m’dear. Breakfast?”
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The short distance traveled had been a simple line to be cut through for Amrick. The Phoenix that landed on the tree overlooking a young woman, slide into the form of a man sitting on the branch. When it was clear to him that she had already finished, Amrick flicked a folded sheet of paper at her feet. On the paper the Mark of the Viridel was embossed in a bold black and red wax.

“If you ask me, little bird, you leave yourself too open. Cassia or Artemis of the Children will overtake you with a great deal of ease if she catches where it is. Actually, any of the Guardians could if they figured it out. You’re good, though. You could most likely deal with Syria or Alex. Get your gear, Maverick says I have to take you with me.” Amrick leaned back against the tree, allowing one leg to curl under the other on the branch. His head thudded lightly against the bark as he angled his head to look at the woman. “The full extent of your orders, if you listen, is to make sure I behave and don’t run to help the Children and to help me trail them. In case you didn’t feel like reading.”
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((Is this RP fairly active?))
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Arriyen shrugged, unsure if she should let the child hang onto her more or set him down. Though Arriyen was about to say she wasn't hungry her stomach gave her away and she sighed in defeat. "Yes, that would be nice." She said and mustered up a smile, a small one though. The phoenix brushed some of her long hair out of her face and let down the ponytail that she had going on earlier, letting it all fall down over the useless wings on her back.

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((I hope it's going to be. I unfortunately have been away for a while.))

A hand slid between Arriyen and Ophion, tugging the child away from the woman. Ophion let go with a giggle, grasping Keid's hand as the male lifted him to a shoulder. Once Ophion was settled, Keid turned toward where the food was being set out. His pace was mild as he took to leading the small group."So, Arriyen. I don't believe I or Syria had gotten to ask you how you are adjusting. To being in the Camp, I mean. It can be a bit hectic, I'm told."
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Kiia looked up. Although she tried to hide it, her annoyance was clearly visible on her face. She was tired, and the dream had made her unstable, but that was no excuse. She remembered how Orvin would always tell her that. As a shadow, you are supposed to see others. Letting others see you was the biggest mistake you could make.
"They still don't trust you to leave without a babysit eh?"
She tilted her head sideways as she thought about her new orders.
"Orvin already has an assignment for me..."
She sighed. She knew Maverick stood higher in the ranks then Orvin, but still, she didn't like taking orders from any other than him. But she understood that she couldn't refuse.
As she picked up her stuff she called out to her falcon, who had been hunting deeper in the forest.
"I'll get my stuff, what kind of mission?"

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"I imagine the Guardians are the only ones Maverick trusts less than I. As for Orvin, Syren is delivering orders to inform him of Maverick’s new plot.” Amrick’s reply was bland in its delivery as the male phoenix closed his eyes again. His connection to the jackal let him know that the jackal had found the male but was working out how to approach him. Rolling his eyes, Amrick gave the Syren a mental nudge. “Take the prince out of a kingdom he’s still a prince. Same goes for husbands, little bird. We’re to track a way into Medicia that the Children aren’t guarding. After we send the location to Maverick, we are to head off whomever Artemis is sending as an envoy to the Dragons in the north.”
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Some distance from Amrick and Kiia, Syren huffed at his Bonded. Amrick was as prickly as a cactus today. Syren shook his head while darting about, before skidding to a halt at the feet of the individual he had been sent to deliver a notice to. The jackal glared up at Orvin, presenting a bound scroll on his neck to the much taller male. While waiting for Orvin to take it. Syren received the simple orders from his bonded to lead Orvin to Kiia and Amrick. Why do we have to take babysitters, Bonded? It’s rather pointless and I don’t like him. Should have let me help the birdie. I like her.

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Arryien just shrugged. "It's alight, though a lot different than what I'm used to." She sped up her pace to keep up with him, as she was much shorter than Kied. "Anyway, it's nice just to be with other people to talk to."
((This would have been in sooner but my friend was reading over my shoulder in an obnoxious voice and I had to watch stuff in class.))

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The first rays of a new day's sunlight peek through an open roof flap of the fairly sized back section of the long tent that was used as the medical area; any and all sick or injured came to the open space in the very first section seeking aid. Those that were not serious were treated and sent back to their duties or their own tents to rest. However, those who were so bad that they required constant care stayed in bedrolls and cots set up in largest and middle section of tent. There were a few bedrolls curtained off for anyone assisting in the care of the patients, but the very back was reserved for those few who held substantial healing knowledge or magic to stay on medical duty almost full time. This is where Nenileth had her own personal bed. Hers was in the left compartment of the roomy, triply-divided back section.
Nenileth sleepily opened her eyes as she felt light warming her face in the morning chill and let out a large yawn. She wriggled around for a bit, stretching her muscles to urge some energy into them. The mountain of furs and hides piled upon her seemed to be alive as Nenileth shook off the heaviness of the previous night's sleep.
She felt a poke in her side and heard a low grumble as she accidentally rolled onto Tassin before quickly rolling back.
"Get up, Tas. It's morning," she said as she threw back the covers and crawled out of her bedroll.
A little longer. I had a long night, he projected as he snuggled deeper into the little fur nest he had trampled down in her bed.
"You had a long night because I had a long night of treating one of the new Children. Therefore, you have no excuse. Jakiri is already up and about. You should get up to," she replied, nudging the nest with her toe as she wrapped a blanket around her shoulders.
Jakiri is always up before dawn. Something about the early cat gets the worm or whatever that phrase is.
Nenileth shook her head and smiled. "Fine, you can sleep until it's time to go to breakfast. But no complaining when I come back from early morning duties to fetch you."
Yes, yes. Whatever you say... Tassin sleepily replied.
With that, Nenileth splashed some cold water from the small basin that was set up in her 'room' onto her face a few times then dried off. Picking up a small oak comb that had been carved for her by one of her former patients from the simple table next to the basin, she ran it through her long locks until they were untangled. Nenileth put down the comb and took up a dark blue ribbon and with a few deft maneuvers, had her hair tied up in the bun she preferred. Sure, the bun was simple, and her mother would have been adamant about her letting her beautiful mane flow free, but the bun kept it out of her face when she was doing her daily chores and combat practices. Nenileth then changed out of her linen nightgown and into a pair of brown trousers, white blouse, and fur boots.
As always, her first task of the day was to check on those patients that were staying in the medical tent. It didn't take long because there were only a few patients that were in serious condition and the main steps had already been taken to start them on the way to recovery. But she still needed to make sure that they didn't need anything or that something hadn't gone wrong in the night. They were all as comfortable as could be expected, and so she left them, satisfied that she didn't need to be there right this minute.
Now she could attend to other duties, such as making sure Silme was fed and watered and warm, and checking on the younger Children who had come down with a small cough or fever, but weren't sick enough to stay in the med tent. To go out in the chill air, she elected a thick, woolen robe instead of her usual blue vest to wear. Now fully dressed and prepared for the day, Nenileth went out the flap that served as a door in the back of the tent that led outside and blinked, allowing her deep violet eyes to adjust to the bright light that shone down through bare trees in the winter. A few moments later and she was heading to the separate, sheltered area that the larger bonded animals stayed in to check on Silme.
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((totally in love with the male elf example mijikoi wub.gif ))
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The small hut in the middle of the forest seemed desolate. Nobody had removed the snow around it, and ivy had used the walls as an easy support for its way up, covering half of the hut in a dark green camouflage cloth. Yet there were several clues that someone was using this small hideout right now. The door opened in, so there were no traces from snow pushed aside, but a small heap of clear white snow had fallen from the roof, indicating that something had moved. And although it was silent around there, if you stayed still and listened for a while, you would hear a faint sound. Like someone wanted to groan in pain, but was quickly disrupted by someone else.
Though for most people these clues were too subtle to notice, the dark black wolf standing at the edge of the clearing didn't even need them. The smell of fear was all around. It excited the monster, and his red eyes turned into glowing cinders as he made himself ready to attack. The man dressed in a dark cloak, softly stroked the back of his bonded and forced it to calm down.
"Not yet..."

Slowly the man stood up. As the hellish wolf laid his head in his neck and let out a cry that instilled fear in whoever heard it, the man gave a quiet order to two men, who stepped away from the trees behind which they had been hiding. When the cry had slowly died down, they made their way through the snow. Not long after reaching the hut, the loud screams of the couple inside scared up flocks of birds, that flew away, not paying any attention to the jackal who was patiently waiting for the men to finish their business.

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Kiia nodded. "It will take me some time to gather my stuff. I will be at the castle gate in a hour"
She looked up as her bonded falcon landed on a tree branch above her head. "Change of plans? The bird didn't seem all too happy "Not my choice..." She replied grudgingly. The tone of her bonded didn't really help her raise her mood.
She turned her back to the man in front of her, and after transforming in mid air she took off towards the castle.
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A lazy hand bid Kiia farewell, even as Amrick himself settled into his bond with Syren. The little Jackal was entertaining himself with creating tail patterns. A flick up, a dart to the side, and circular motion kept the little tail in motion while Syren exercised any potential boredom. Amrick chuckled at Syren’s antics as the jackal lost his own game and pounced on the feather adornments attached to his tail. The feathers were an array of colors, each color a phoenix feather the jackal had been gifted with. You think she misses us, Bonded? Ah, never mind, I know she does. So, how long will we be gone on this trip, Bonded?

“We’ll be gone for as long as it takes, Syren.” Amrick gave Syren an eye roll and a huff of annoyance. The phoenix ignored the mention of the woman; not liking the direction his Bonded was head, but unable to bring himself to reprimand the jackal. A moment later, his lips twisted into a grin that betrayed his crueler nature to all that would have seen him. “After all, it would be such a shame to waste such plentiful opportunities for mischief and what better way to pay Artemis back for banishing me.”

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A red-eyed, black dragon hissed in agitation as its partner carried it toward where Syria had ordered. A golden hue glinted off of black scales as glowing green eyes rolled at the draconic obscenities. A scolding chitter resounded between the two dragons the one being carried pouted. When the medical tent finally came into few and the red-eyed dragon began to struggle until a sharp mental command sliced through the little dragon’s mind. Green eyes twinkled in triumph as the partners glided through the open flap. Honestly, Kiva. One would think you don’t want to have that wing mended. I am not going to carry you forever if it falls off.

You say that like you mean it, Seral, but I know better. Kiva’s smug response caused her companion to glare at her coolly before dropping her unceremoniously on a cushion near Nenileth. Kiva snarled in anger as the broken wing was further agitated by Seral retaliation. Said dragon, however, ignored the gesture and settled near a ink bottle and parchment. The tip of a gold tinted black tail dipped into the bottle, emerging with a solid black coloring. Seral brought the tip of the tail and began the work of following Syria’s silent instruction to penning out a request for the Child. When the dragon finished its shaky work, the words were far from Syria’s neat and swirling script. As far removed from his Bonder’s precise writing, Seral was pleased when Syria commented it would be suitable for the situation and was wobbly legible.

Bonded is too nice to you, Kiva. The small dragon beamed in pride before passing over the short note. While he waited for Nenileth to take said note, Seal recited the script to his partner. Dear Nenileth, If it’s not too much trouble, my dear, please see to tending Kiva. I fear my darling made a mess of her wing and I am unable to fix the damage myself. If you need any assistance or are unable to heal Kiva, simply call for one of my scouts and any of my scouts will assist as you need.
In your debt, Guardian Syria


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“Well, soon you’ll have ample time to talk with a number of Children. Syria has set the anointing ceremony for a few Childrenthat stand on tradition. Well, provided she can get her siblings to agree to holding it today.” Keid, himself was not fond of the Anointing due his history with it. He clutched the twins closer to himself as a tense look crossed his features. Ananke stopped in her excited chatter with Ophian as both children touched Keid on a cheek. Startled by the twins, Keid looked at them with a crooked smile. “Yeah, I know.”

Keid gave a wave to Argoth as he noticed the other male. As a thought struck Keid, the human turned his head to look at Arriyen. “Have you decided on a Guardian to give you your Mark? Or are you going to leave it to chance?”

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The big hut were the children slept was almost empty when Veraly woke up. As the sunbeams softly caressed her cheek she wanted to turn around and sleep some more. Then it suddenly hit her. Today was the day she had been looking out for! As she quickly stood up she felt her rear legs tangle and she stumbled forwards. Ugh she hated this so much! Why couldnt she be an elf? For someone like her, 6 limbs was too much to handle it seemed...
No need for those kind of thoughts though, she had to hurry! As she grabbed her stuff and raced outside the only thought that kept racing through her head was: Today is the day! Today is the day I will finally be able to join the Warrior ranks!

Nima looked out of the window at the small figure that flew towards the castle. As it landed on the bailey she stood up to greet it. "Hii~!" She let her voice ring when she greeted her best friend. "I heard the news! Probably earlier then you." She quickened her pace to keep up with the fast striding shadow phoenix. "You're going on a trip with that hottie eh?"

((sorry for the short post))

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Kiia looked at the girl that tried to keep up with her. She remembered how she used to ignore her in the hopes she would go away. Years ago it seemed. Right now she tolerated her presence, and strangely enough she started to feel warmly towards the lively girl, sometimes even considering her a friend. That would make her my only friend she thought wryly. It was her own decision to keep others at some distance, and it was only through Nima's perseverance that she had given up doing so with the girl as well, but she had to admit that sometimes, though not often, she felt strangely lonely...
"You call everything that moves a hottie, so yeah, in that context. I'm going on a trip with 'that hottie'..." It didnt even surprise her anymore that Nima knew of these things. She seemed to consider it her job to know everything that happened around here. "I'm outta here!" her bonded told her "You should really quit that unhealthy habit of the Ground-bound to bury themselves in big heaps of stone! Kiia sighed. She doubted she could ever convince the proud bird there were good sides to wingless beings too. "Thats okay, I'll call you when we leave."

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Orvin reached down to retrieve the note. Seeing the seal his face lightened up, till his lips curled up into an almost childlike grin. Upon opening it however, his mood swiftly dropped. "I understand, Mavericks orders are more important then mine. I will arrange someone else to take her job." He smirked sarcastically, it hurt him that after so many years of loyal service he hadn't been assigned to lead a big expedition like this. It was all that rats fault. Why on earth did Maverick trust that guy. How could someone like that, who had proven himself to be not to be trusted gain so much trust and rank in such a short time. He hated that man to the bone. And now his dear pupil would go with him as well...
As a sudden thought hit the man he slowly started to grin again. Maybe this situation wasn't so bad after all... It all depended on her though. But he knew she could be trusted. He'd better get prepared now.

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