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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Thu Feb 20, 2014 9:12 pm

Esria
She shrugged."Hmm...perhaps..." She said, finally standing, dusting off her robes as she did so. "And for the future...placing blind faith in others can be hazardous to your health. Especially strangers." She said. "I...suppose you can take me to a fortress nearby. I have something there i wish to retrieve before setting off. The men may return in force...they would take this attack lying down." She said, staring hard at him. he may have indeed gotten himself into big trouble, if these men turned out to be much larger than they thought.


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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Fri Feb 21, 2014 1:04 am

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the kid smiled and cheerfully replied, " why yes, I am. You're the healer right?" He remembered the man wielding a staff but couldn't recall if it was simply for looks or healing. "I'm Lucas by the way and it is a pleasure to make your acquaintance."
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Sun Feb 23, 2014 10:06 am

--Sebastian Trae--
"Sebastian. Student of the healing arts." He held out a fistful of dried fruits, in lieu of a hand to shake. "What brings you to the show?"
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Sun Feb 23, 2014 11:42 pm

Archron

The boy did not wilt under the gaze.

"I do not regret coming to your aid, if that's what you are wondering. If men refrained from doing the right thing simply because it was dangerous, my father would have never fought against Grima, and these lands would be overrun with Risen. It doesn't matter how numerous or powerful these brigands are, O will grant aid to those who need it. And as for escorting you, I would be happy to provide protection. This fortress you speak of.... that must be the old Falcon Creek Fortress, right? It's the only one I recall being near here. Is there where you are staying?"
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Sun Feb 23, 2014 11:51 pm

Esria
She shrugged a shoulder, feeling uncomfortable. A manakete traveling with the son of a well known and powerful ruler...was not a healthy combination...especially for angry brigands. "Yes.it was for now. i had come into town for provisions for my travels...and turns out these men were still sore about their comrade i ate awhile back." She gave him a crooked smile. "They tried this before, and it turned out badly for them. And yes i didn't "Eat" him, rather took a good piece of of him when he tried to climb on m."
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Mon Feb 24, 2014 3:49 pm

--Sebastian Trae--
The student risked a glance over his shoulder at Esria and Archon. He was reminded of a story he'd heard every now and again on the road, of a prince who spent his time saving dragons from ferocious knights.
"Is it just me," he said, returning his gaze to Lucas, "Or is their discussion far better than ours?"
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Mon Feb 24, 2014 4:25 pm

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he was just about to answer the healer's question but was met with another. the mage was a bit puzzled by this new question as he wasn't quite sure as to what he was talking about. He leaned over to see behind the healer and caught on to what he meant once he noticed the young prince and the lady.

"You mean the young prince and manakete's conversation? You're right it does seem to be better than ours. I wonder what they are talking about?"
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Mon Feb 24, 2014 5:38 pm

--Sebastian Trae--
"Apparently..." Sebastian gave a little thought to summarisation. "The Manakete tried to eat one of the bandits from yesterday." He shrugged. "Maybe in self-defence, somehow. And you know of anywhere called Falcon Creek?"
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Mon Feb 24, 2014 7:43 pm

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He had finished feeding Drasil and made sure the wyvern would be fine for just a bit longer before leaving to get himself some food and check on his new comrades, but found himself eavesdropping on his new employer and Esria. He almost let out an amused laugh when he heard how some idiot bandits apparently thought it would be a good idea to try and ride an untamed dragon. First rule of wyverns, and guess I manaketes too, if they don't know you, don't ride them, it's a disaster waiting to happen.

His stomach growled, bringing him out of his thoughts, followed by a shot of pain as he continued on his way. Didn't think I was THAT hungry. He ordered some food and sat not too far away from Sebastian and Lucas.
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Mon Feb 24, 2014 8:07 pm

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He let out a small chuckle when he heard what Lady Esria did. Strangely it was amusing to him. "I am sure that they did something to deserve it. Lady Esria seems too kind to do something like that without a reason. As for Falcon Creek, I think I might have read about it some time ago but i'm not completely sure."


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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Tue Feb 25, 2014 4:29 am

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The princeling nodded solemnly at the notion.

"I do not doubt it. You seem to be more than capable of such terrifying acts."

Though this might come across as offensive to the young woman, it was not intended that way. Unfortunatly, Archron had inherited some of his father's knack for not knowing the proper ways to speak to women.

"So, when would you like to leave?"
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Tue Feb 25, 2014 12:28 pm

Esria

She gritted her teeth as she glared at him at those words."Hmph. says the man who charges into battle for the sake of palying "hero", then breaks down at his first kill." She snapped, words biting. She did NOT appreciate being made out to be a monster. She had had enough of that already...and many manaketes had to put up with such things like that. That was where he had struck a nerve with her."I will be ready to depart shortly." She said stiffly, and stalked inside, robes swishing behind her. She said down next to Tycho grumbling about "insensitive pigs".
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Tue Feb 25, 2014 5:40 pm

Archron

"Wha- but, but I didn't.... what did I say?" Stuttered the surprised Archron. He had apparently offended her, though he wasn't sure how. Was it the comment about her being terrifying? Wasn't that the point of being a giant reptile that could rip people in two? To be intimidating?

Shaking his head, he followed her back into the inn. After ordering some breakfast, he sat down next to the swordsman, Alexander.

"None of the girls back at the castle were this touchy..." He muttered, "except maybe Severa. But she's Severa."
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Tue Feb 25, 2014 7:57 pm

Tycho

He prided himself on trying to be a decent person, to try and show people that not everyone in Plegia was a Grima fanatic or as crazy as their kings had been, but he had his faults, and one of them was his habit of eavesdropping. Sometimes it was for the sake of finding out what others thought about certain subjects, sometimes it was because he heard something he deemed important. Then there was times like this where he felt as though he needed to help his friends.

"Did something the young lord say offend you?" He hoped to consider her a friend, despite being one of the manaketes of legend. If it meant playing the part of the confidant, so be it.
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Tue Feb 25, 2014 8:05 pm

Esria
She sighed, shoving aside her temper. She often lied about her real age, and in that sens,e had learned ot control her anger over all those years. She took a moment ot calm herself. "Many people see Dragons, or "Manaketes" As monsters, to be feared, or to be tamed. I have tried so hard to break that tradition. Divine dragons are pretty much the only ones known to be spoken of with reverence and respect...the Fire Dragon are spoken of with Fear, and the water dragons...like myself, are spoken of as wild beasts, to be tamed or be slain. " She said."I try to beseech this to others, but some...like our LEADER over there, think otherwise." She said with a sigh. it was probably hard for a mortal to understand, but when Dragons have been around for so long...certain types tended to develop certain Reputations.
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:55 pm

Tycho

So she was trying to break the stereotype put on by centuries of what people saw dragons as. He couldn't help but laugh at this, he tried not to, but the irony of what she just said was just too much for him. "Then for all the tales, all the legends, I guess in the end we really are more alike than we think," he said as he began to calm himself. "For the longest time, Ylisse said we were pure evil just for worshiping the fell dragon. They weren't necessarily wrong mind you, but they just looked at the majority, never the few who wanted no part in it or had no choice. When we finally started putting ourselves back together, we did the same thing to them, until we saw just how far their exalt was willing to go to prove to us that she was nothing like the previous ones.

We do the same thing with many other creatures I've found. Horses, Pegasi, Gryphons, Wyverns, just about everything. But there is always the possibility for change, no matter what, it is there." He placed a hand on her shoulder in an effort to comfort her. He had no idea if this was the right thing to do, but he had to do something to cheer her up. "You'll find your way to do this Esria, don't give up just yet."
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Tue Feb 25, 2014 11:15 pm

Esria
She smiled and didn't remove it. "Hmm...i suppose so." She said, looking at him."I suppose i hadn't thought of it like that..." She said, and looked back at the table top, eyes slightly out of focus as she thought. "It is something of a side project...giving dragons a better image.." She sighed. "But...with ,men like Archron and the Bandits seeing me as Terrifying. I only act vicious when the occasion warrants...like yesterday." She said with a sigh."And such things become harder when i fight back." She said, sitting back up and looking at Tycho again.
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Wed Feb 26, 2014 12:24 am

Tycho

"Bandits will be bandits Esria, all they care about is terrifying and stealing from villagers and saving their own skins when something stronger than them shows up. And you may have to excuse Archron, while royalty may know many things, they seem to have a hard time when it comes to the smallfolk." Not exactly the complete truth, the exalt Chrom and his sister Emmeryn seemed to know their people better than most did, but one was the leader of the shepherds and the other had been a living saint.

"And if you ever need help proving to people you are more than what they believe you to be, I would gladly help you try to do so. I'm sure Drasil would as well, though don't expect much in the way of help in the way you are hoping for. In all the time I've had the pleasure to call him my partner, he prefers the straightforward approach." He removed his hand from her shoulder as his food arrived, digging in once he was finished his offer.
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Wed Feb 26, 2014 12:53 am

Esria
She snorted when he started eating like he hadn't eaten in days. She herself was hungry...but would probably catch her own food when they were traveling later. For now, the manakete pulled out a small knife and began fiddling with it absently. "Well, I'll be outside I suppose." She said, and headed outside. She paused briefly, thinking about something, then made her way to Drasil's stable."Hello there." She said, smiling when she saw him.
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Wed Feb 26, 2014 12:15 pm

The wyvern had been eating the feed that his rider had brought for him when Esria came into the stables. He had almost snarled as a warning to whatever intruder was coming for his little spot in the stable, as he was not in the mood for dealing with someone who wasn't his rider come to fetch him for their leave of the village. When he noticed who it was, he relaxed, still trying to accept there was something in the world that naturally bore the scent of both humans and something close enough to a wyvern. "Hello" he replied, swallowing another mouthful before giving the manakete his full attention.
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Wed Feb 26, 2014 8:18 pm

Esria
She smiled and settled down, watching him."How are you? Did you sleep well? She asked. This was the first time she had ever seen a wyvern this close, except yesterday. they were fascinating, even more so because she could somewhat understand them.She was eager to hear what he had to say, provided she could understand him properly.
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Wed Feb 26, 2014 9:27 pm

Her question made him remember just how cramped it was for him. No matter how much time he spent in one of these things, no matter how many times he had been forced to do this, he hated these things. He knew Tycho would gladly put him in something better suited to him, anything that at the very least accommodated his size, but there were few choices that offered the same luxuries as a stable. "Could be better, this place for horses, not wyverns. Get used to feeling uncomfortable though, try to adjust, but still hard to sleep, still don't like it."
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Wed Feb 26, 2014 9:35 pm

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He allowed himself a chuckle at the Lord's confusion. He'd been listening to the proceedings from his corner of the tavern and was amused the whole time. Archron's comment about the Manakete being terrifying was like watching an ill balanced cart headed straight for a pothole: you know its coming and you can do nothing to prevent it, so you lean back and laugh.

"I wouldn't worry too much. You'll find many woman are like that, m'lord. You need to tread lightly around them, without a doubt. I'm beginning to get the impression you haven't been out of the castle much?" Alexander held out some of his jerky. Archron could surely afford better, but it was worth the gesture.
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Thu Feb 27, 2014 2:35 am

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The prince accepted the jerky as he responded.

"Indeed not. It wasn't as if I was locked in, of but it was frowned upon for a young prince to leave the castle without his parents permission. And given how busy they kept me with lessons, they saw little reason to give me any particular freedom outside of the palace walls. Oh, I left often enough, mind you, but it was always to some noble's castle or another. Usually aunt Maribelle's come to think of it. The most interesting trip I've taken was to Duke Virion's castle in Valm. Even then I only met other children like me, either stuck up or, like the duke's daughter Kjelle, violently passionate about their training. I really haven't meant manny commoner girls, and the only Manaketes I've met acted either a hundredth of their age or ten times their age, in the case of lady Nowi and her daughter. Well, I suppose their is lady Tiki, but if there is a way to offend her, I wouldn't know it. Really, I don't have much experiance with normal women. All the ones I know are my elders, or are either incredibly hard to offend or very easy to offend. Are all girls like that, one or the other?

Anyway, this lack of common experience is a big part of the reason I left. Now that I'm eighteen, I want to be able to see the world, and really know how it works. To be able to help people like my father, mother, and sisters have. I can't wait two more years for that! Though it does seem like the world is in more need that I might have thought, if what we faced yesterday was common. Speaking of which, what brought you here? And why on earth would you want to join up with someone as young as me?"
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PostSubject: Re: Fire Emblem: A Quest for Glory   Thu Feb 27, 2014 12:31 pm

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She grinned at him, and at his grumbling like an old man. She personally found  it abit adorable. Many older manaketes tended to grumble like that. "I see...why not have him let you sleep in the open?Why in a pen like this? Wouldn't it be more comfortable?" She asked, tilting her head abit as she asked it.She reached out a hand and gently began stroking his snout, petting him gently as she watched him.
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