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01/10/20 Mysterious creatures have appeared throughout the Kingdom
05/16/18 The Spring Magic Knigts Exam has came to an end!
05/16/18 Patch 2.5 has dropped!
08/01/18 The 4 year Time Skip has occured. New rules and regulations as well as events have all been put into place.
09/21/18 The Royal Knight Exams have begun
10/01/18 The 2018 Fall Harvest Festival will begin
10/19/18 The Fall Magic Knight Exams will begin
11/15/18 The Harvest Festival and Royal Knight Exams both end
11/12/18 The Magic Knight Exams have begun
12/05/18 The Yule Time Festivus has brought many events throughout the Kingdom!
02/15/19 The Grimoire Ceremony is starting all around the country.
04/08/19 The Magic Knight Exams have begun
05/20/19 The Magic Knight Exams have ended
06/01/19 The Diamond Kingdom has started thier invasion on Clover, hoping to end the war!
09/30/19 The War with Diamond has ended!
10/01/19 One Year Timeskip
The Messiah still wanted to get a bit of the loot that could be found in Skadia’s Shrine, and given how it had reappeared, or at least, that was what the latest reports of the region said, she had decided to give it another visit to see if she can unearth the treasures that it would have within. She felt very prepared for it too, because she had gotten a lot stronger since that first job she had taken, back at the mines, which reminded her a lot of this dungeon here. Except this place was immensely colder and was likely going to be a lot less forgiving than that first job she had taken.
She did notice that, very much like the other times that this place had been raided, there was a pack of wolves. However, she was very well prepared for this. Without much trouble, she spawned several lances made of shadow and started to pepper the wolves down with them. They would be a challenge for a Junior mage, just a treat for an Intermediate mage. But for a Senior mage like herself, it was a walk in the park. One by one, these elemental beings started to be struck down and collapse into a mere puddle of wet snow each, and the Messiah sustained the lance spells - Longinus - so that she could continue to use them further into the dungeon. In the end, when she managed to slay two of the wolves with her bow too, which had been guarding a chest - but he knew that it was a false one. "Ah... The chest..." She heard a high-pitched scream coming from an unknown direction. As she was preparing to go to that source, she heard a loud, metallic clang, which sounded even louder. It sounded like the clang of a massive rock. The Messiah was about to rush to the source of the noise when she felt a weight on her back.
The Messiah didn't bother to hide when a giant wolf's paw came down on her from behind. When the wolf gave her a gentle smile, she knew that she was finished. "Ah... Ah... Ah... A... Aaah... Aaah... I... I... I am a wolf..." she heard a low, sad voice from the wolf. It seemed to be the wolf's last words, as it had been just impaled by the Messiah’s lance, and soon collapsed like the others.
The Messiah was unfazed by the words that the wolves seem to make. To her, this whole ordeal was just another job for her, and she knew that the wolves themselves didn’t have any real soul of their own, they were just solid mirages created by this phenomenon that was a dungeon. There was no real being to feel pity for. Except herself, if she fell for it. Because she was the only real sentient being here, the rest were just obstacles in the path towards getting the loot that was at the end of this.
Her soul seemed to go black in an instant, just a flash of light,. Her mind went quiet and all that remained was a sensation that she was in a strange, unfamiliar place, like if her warm memories of her home had been completely wiped clean. In that moment, she really hated her home, and all of them, because she knew that her home was probably the reason why she was here. She didn't have to be told that this world was probably made out of black, and also was filled with the blackest of darkness.
It was due to her family and home that she had to be the Messiah in the first place. It was all a lie, she knew it, but she had since embraced it. Tried to, at least, tried to make the best of a bad situation and to do real good with what she had at hand. She hoped that she gets to see the light that lies behind the darkness. Or to at least, make her own light.
This is why she and her dad had made themselves special and made it clear they wanted her to be their daughter, to become one in return for something that would otherwise make her crazy and insane. She thought she would never find out what it was. If she ever did, she was sure to wish it for herself.
She never understood why, but she knew it could also be due to the way she was brought up. Her family and her mom had made sure it was the only way she knew how to be. All the time. She wanted to do whatever she wanted, but was afraid at first. She didn't want to have to worry or think about something as important. But now, what she wanted, was to do all of the good in the world that she needed to do.
And she used a final spell, Cherub, to finish all of the enemies here off.
The Messiah looked down at the wolves that she had just felled- at least, the remains of them. Mere puddles, now. A mere expenditure of mana, which she would soon recover and had plenty of - these wolves didn’t mean much to it all in the end, she knew. She looked on forwards, finding that there was a path into another room that was further into this dungeon, and with a small army of lances following with her, she made her way towards it so that she could traverse it and continue further down into this dungeon so that she could reach its end and claim the loot that there was sure to be there. It calmed her in a way that the wolves had gone down without much effort. It gave her confidence.
Messiah ventured into the next floor, and she noticed that there were a couple of beings on the roof of the place - typical. She already knew what they were, they were Koropokkus, which she had no trouble using her lances to impale with, being extremely flimsy beings as they were. The leader of the creatures looked at her with a face ashen as the sun, "You're the Prophet, you were the Prophet, the world would be better off if you stayed here. And your religion... is that true?" The Messiah’s eyes were bloodshot, and they were only halfway through the sentence, "Yes. I can explain all this for you."
She opened her mouth to explain, but the Koropokkus kept on speaking and her head jerked around. She saw a pair of tiny glowing eyes, that she had never seen before and couldn't remember what they did, stare directly into her face. She felt the air around her turn cold and she closed her eyes. The Koropokkus stared straight at her, they didn't say anything. They just sat there, staring like she did. But it was like in the movies; when your girlfriend becomes too scared of a man staring into her eyes, she pulls a knife from her pocket and she stabs them. As she closed her eyes, the Koropokkus stared into her eyes once more.
She was frozen in place, the Koropokkus were looking directly into her eyes. There was no way she could move, if she moved she would risk breaking all the air around her. She remained staring at them with eyes of utter fear. She didn't know what to do, her mind was so scrambled right now as it had been at the start, but she tried to think straight. But it was impossible. She could not think straight.
The Messiah’s spears and arrows (from her bow) flew through the air, and quickly and swiftly killed the remaining ones of the tiny frost beings that were here, or so Messiah thought. But as she had expected, the small creatures were still very fast, and even after using her magical weapons. She could not even stand up straight. What made it even more impressive were these creatures had no weapons at all. They kept running towards the soldiers of Messiah's army - her spears - and even though her army was already full of powerful people, they had to make a run for it and were unable to make an aggressive strike towards them until she made them regroup and attack in unison.
And once the Messiah had all of her lances attack in unison against these frost creatures which retaliated with blizzard attacks of their own, she managed to take them out, turning them into puddles of cold snow and dust which rained from the roof area above her. And those she didn't manage to fully defeat, she killed with a blast of her Cherub spell
She sighed, and tired and exhausted, just crouched for a moment and let herself warm herself up with the self-huddling. She waited for a couple of moments like this as she was in a very icy cave and it was cold.
And then she heard the sound of footsteps, as she closed her eyes and heard the thud of feet and the wind on her hair and she let out a huge sigh.
And then she was in a cave, just like this one.
And she was crying, of course, and there was a light, of course, and people were making a noise and she heard words, which she didn't understand, and they were saying something which she couldn't understand at all.
But she was crying, and then people just left, and they didn't say goodbye or anything. People just left and she was crying even more and then her not-husband came in, and he was with a big group of people. They gave her a big hug and then left.
It was all in her head, just imagination, trivial thoughts that danced in her head to distract herself from the immense cold that she was feeling here, until she decided to stand herself back up again once more and try to walk and venture further into the ice cave dungeon place.
Each of her steps in this cold felt immense, heavy. The cold was nearly unbearable, but he knew that the treasures that awaited her further into this cave would be worth it.
She knew that the treasure had a great deal of mana locked inside it and that she would soon lose his stamina if she didn’t hurry. She would soon need a break from the dungeon to replenish her mana too if she didn’t economize it appropriately.
She knew that she should be careful and cautious, but she also needed to get away from these dangerous traps. It had been days since he had escaped from the dungeon and he was still recovering a great deal of stamina from those dire times. She needed to stop this depletion from the dungeon before going back to fight. But...
She finally felt that something had to come first.
"…If I continue, I don't know what will happen, but I won't feel good. I need to be careful."
The Messiah would then walk on through a narrow hall that this floor had, and she could see that there was another room further ahead. Carefully, and trying to be as quiet as possible, she marched on and tried to reach the following room as quietly as she could so that she could have the surprise on whatever would be inside of there. Given the reports and how most of these dungeons were just copies of each other, she knew that it was likely that there would be the same that she found here, if the reports were accurate.
She slowly made her way into the next room of this icy cavern. Carefully, silently. For a long time, the room was empty. It was as silent as the darkness. There did not seem to be anything in this little room.
Then, there it was!
A small, white, metallic creature emerged from the dark. It had no face...or skin but its eyes were as red as the blood. "I guess I forgot about you, little sinner." the Messiah chuckled.
It screamed in fright. "This is no place for humans!"
Wasting no time and all and having already learnt how to deal with these kind of creatures given the way she had defeated them previously - these were just copies of those - she sent her spears and arrows out and around in unison to try to take them out, and finished them off with a Cherub spell.
All of the monsters fell away into the ground before their hands even had time to catch their breath. Now, the area was safe for a second.
"This is a game. You die here" one of them chuckled, as it fell and soon turned into dust like the others.
"And if you dare to defy the world I will end it.'' she replied, not really meaning it at all, she just wanted to sound cool. She knew that the alleged intellect of these beings, their replies, were just mirages brought forth by the convergence of mana that was this dungeon. Taking their taunts in jest was her way to deal with it. Just spouting one liners that she improvised on the spot and found to be cool.
He found herself once more to be in a fairly empty room, not knowing what to do now aside from trying to continue deeper into this place. She had a hunch that once she reached the end of this, she would be ejected to the outside as the dungeon dematerialized itself so while just going back on her tracks to go out was an option, she preferred to reach the end as that was also just a way to get out of here.
The Messiah had quite some time to think about the troubles that frequently held her company in her head.
"I have a terrible feeling about this whole process, but there's really nothing I can do about it – the Messiah is a special person, not a mere human being." she told herself. She thought a small sigh. A small one, really. She didn't like giving it away.
"But what might I do?"
She did feel sorry for everyone, but she had to consider the circumstances of the entire world. And as she thought, she thought some time about this in the depths of her mind. She felt a little confused. Just what kind of person would do something this drastic?
When did she become a human being who acted without some hesitation, as she had never acted before? For the first time ever she had to think about such things, she felt a little bewildered.
"You know, that reminds me. One time back, one of the knights in my unit told me 'you had a very special ability, your power was not to be underestimated'." she told herself, speaking to nobody. “Talking is a strange and elusive power.”
She shrugged, mimicking how she herself acted in that situation, back when that conversation happened.
“It's possible, maybe not, but it can certainly be done.” “I'm just glad I was my own person back then.” “Well, at least I don't remember that part.” “And as you can see, when I did become my own person, I became less like that.” “As if there is no place for a person like me.” “It's fine now.”
She closed her eyes, as the sensation of her emotions returned, and she felt her consciousness return, in some way. A thought of that happened to her.
She felt weird that she was talking to herself here, but without much else to do in this place right now, she felt that it was appropriate for what she had at hand, she had to fill in the time and space that she had here anyways with something to soothe her nerves and to distract herself from the fact that if she didn’t make it out of here soon she was going to likely be dead and unable to get out of here ever unless someone else came into this place and like her, was here to get the treasure and by chance they would find her body here and try to rescue or revive her or something, she didn’t know.
It was all pretty boring, admittedly, and the sheer constant cold just made it worse for the Shadow Mage.
So she started to think about polka dancing and singing.
"There's so much great music there," she said. "I got a lot of love when I do them."
She learned a lot about the role and the history of dances from her mother and aunt, both probably former dancers. The older ladies, she remembered, always had a special bond with their subjects. "They were really good at it."
On Wednesday, there were no crowds, no music, just the sound of her grandmother's drumming. It was at a ballroom in the historic downtown district that she got a chance to witness the story of the dance. Just as she had begun to get into it, she said, someone threw the book down on the floor. The grandmother's drum began beating. And that was it. A little bit more to distract herself as she went on to the next room, ready to take on whatever may be in there, with her lances still floating around with her.
Messiah was finally in the next room of this place, still sustaining her army of lances around herself, using them as a school of fish that were moving in unison to form and imitate to be a bigger fish, and in the far end she could see that there was a lady made out of ice over there, along a couple of the smaller ice beings that she has been seeing earlier which she felt she wouldn’t have much of an issue trying to take down if she just used the same tactics that she has been using until now to take them out.
The door opens further to the next room of the cave, and Messiah can imagine the angel's face is all alone with her lance, and all the little ice beings that she had been seeing earlier are all in the front of the room, facing the wall. Her feet are all over the floor, the lance is almost directly in front of her. The angels eyes look at her, and this time they all look at her with the same emotion she saw earlier, they all want for her to stop the attack.
"You don't understand, I'm too old.” she replied. And the ice lady looked back at her, serene, calm, unmoving. Probably wondering why the Messiah was talking to herself here, but the Messiah seemed too lost in her own thoughts to actually care. "Oh, right.” The ice lady looked back down at the broken pieces of her sword, thinking. And then at her, and then at the two of them, as if saying, "Look, you guys. I'm your biggest fan, I mean, I'm an ice queen—but an ice princess, well, that’s getting a bit old for me.”
But now everything clicked.
"Then what?" he demanded.
“It's not like I don't love you," she replied. "You do love me."
She smiled! "You do.”
And then the Messiah just propelled magically her entourage of magical missiles via her will towards the smaller beings, along arrows from her bow, making them all shatter like glasses that had been thrown against a wall, and it was pretty musical and all if loud, and she would then direct all of these lances towards the main boss who would try to counter it with her own blizzard attack. But it wouldn’t be enough as the Messiah would be able to overwhelm that being’s power by adding her own spell, Cherub, and also having all of her spears impale the being and tear her up and all of the others into several smaller pieces of their being, so much so that it wasn’t recognizable anymore.
Messiah would then sigh and look around the room of this dungeon, finding it to be empty just like the other rooms she had been clearing out before this one.
And she just stared at the wall and started to fantasize as she waited for the door that would lead to the final part of this dungeon, to open.
"You sure don't come here often don't you? Well it's not like I could say no to a cute little angel as pretty as these ones."
She was speaking to an angel that looked more like a normal, not a demon, angel. She was talking to herself, really. But yeah.
She had no desire to get involved with the angels of this Dungeon itself, though she was curious about all of the other creatures living here. Even more than a demon it seemed such creatures made an appearance more than once a day in this Dungeon, as she made it up in her head.
She had only known of one particular angel in the dungeon, and after she had taken up the task of getting to know the rest of the inhabitants the angel had become interested in her. She had asked why they were here, but all she got out was her name before she could answer properly.
Interesting, Messiah thought, as she daydreamed.
She then looked at another wall and started to imagine something else, something with garlic and potatoes.
Then she remembered, "I'm still not sure what I'm going to do with my body. I was thinking of turning it inside out."
She thought that made sense and said, "Yeah, that sounds like a good idea, just take off your clothes and go swimming."
"What?" she told herself
"Yes, go swimming." she answered herself.
"I can swim! I didn't think swimming could be possible," she said as she got ready to do their last swim test. "I will go with you, but you have to do it nude. I am so sorry if I make you go swimming all by yourself." she added. Her face turned pale and she said, "Well, I guess that would be better."
Then it happened.
The door in front of her started to slow creak and crack as it attempted to break through the glassy ice that was covering it, and with a loud noise it finally broke open in full with a sudden movement, causing a large powerful gust of cold to erupt from the passageway that was now open for the Messiah to venture out and explore, it was the final room of this dungeon.
She just stood in front of the door for a while, waiting for something to happen, but nothing really did. It was weird to her that she was going to finish this dungeon so soon, but that was just the reality of her situation here, there wasn’t much else she could do about it and it was actually even good that she was going to finish this because she was feeling really tired and exhausted about it all and would really prefer that it would be over already. It was so cold too which was making it all so much worse and unbearable but she had high hopes for whatever treasure she was going to hopefully find at the end of this place, she couldn’t wait. It was pretty exciting in its own way
Mana: 30 - 5 - 30 = -5 but turns to 140 from MMINGU! and Quick Breaths.
Equipment: Shadowpetal Bow Longinus mantained Cherub used
The Messiah ventured deeper down the hallway that had just opened up for her and she soon found herself in the final room of the dungeon, one which had a large lake of a sort that seemed to go on forever, which was surprisingly not frozen like the rest of the cave which made the Messiah start to doubt a lot if the water was real or something. And there was a light in the distance and a small boat. Cautiously, and already knowing how this would be like because of previous reports of how the dungeon was like (but she was still pretty creeped out by all of this), she carefully started to walk down until she reached the boat and she got herself onto it and would start to try to sail along, using a pair of her lances to push the boat along as the rest of them followed her like an ominous murder of crows that were actually not crows but lances instead. And as she got closer to the light, she would notice that the cold was actually coming from the light itself, or rather, the altar that it was on. And the altar was there in the middle of the water in a little island, and the altar itself was in the shape of some kind of goddess. And underneath the light, there seemed to be a hooded figure, some kind of mage.
“This was going to be the final battle, huh.” the Messiah mentioned.
"What have you seen? Nothing? Is the world outside of this place of any meaning for you? Do you only exist here to be an obstacle to the treasure that is here or what? Are you just… a collection of mana, creating some kind of pointless challenge?"
"… I know."
"No. You can be more than that.” the Messiah insisted, having her storm of lances still loom near her. “You have enough sentience to come up against me, right? You’d only disappear if I make you die too - correct? We can protect this dungeon to keep you alive.”
But they just shook their head. “I know that already. But I have no real personality or emotion, I may seem so to you. But my only purpose is to kill you.” it replied. And then, it summoned a large ice being.
“And this thing’s purpose is to also kill you. You see, we’re here as a test for the worthy. Do not feel guilt for killing us, because there is no guilt to be felt for us, because there *is* no *us*. Do you understand?”
Messiah sighed. Apparently calling it out on its true nature has allowed it to come out sincere with the more serious deeper meaning of what they were, but the Messiah already had a good hunch and understanding about what they were saying. She just didn’t like accepting it, within. It was disheartening for her that none of this was truly real in the same way that the outside was, all of the living beings in here not being truly living, but in the same way, it also meant that she didn’t need to feel any guilt for killing them, like the mage was saying. It was in the end just and exercise that nature had created and designed for her or someone else that would be worthy enough to surpass, like the height of a fruit on a tree. And after suprassing that height, she would get her reward, the fruit of the tree, although in this case it was more so treasure. This weird phenomenon had always intrigued Messiah, as to why the world would set up these places and things for no apparent purpose aside from to set up a sort of effort and reward system for humans specifically to exploit (what about animals? do they have dungeons of their own too?) and if there was actually some deeper meaning to all of it. Hopefully there was, and she had faith in that if she did enough of these dungeons and experienced them all, she would finally get to the bottom of this at least. But it wouldn't be easy, of course, or else someone else would've figured it out already.
She sighed. This was certainly an easy dungeon, but she couldn't let herself get too distracted now.
So she gestured a bit, causing the rain of lances to fly through the air and immediately charge towards the two beings, using her finesse with these spears in order to split them appropriately so that they could all deal their damage if they hit, and with them being so many, it wasn’t too difficult for her to overwhelm her opponents with them, even more so as they were bathed in the power of her Cherub spell which she had also now just activated with a snap of her fingers, which sounded like a loud clack in the darkness, echoing throughout these hallow halls as an omen for what was to come. And they whistled through the wind, the other mage tried to block them with its own spells, but it wasn’t enough, because the Messiah’s spell was too strong via that Senior mage’s own power, they were too many and nearly all at once, all of the Longinus spears would impale the mage, turning their body into a pantomime of a human shaped cheese from all of the holes that they got, and the same would happen to the golem that they had summoned, causing them to become also an imitation of cheese.
Mana: 140 - 30 - 5 = 105
Equipment: Shadowpetal Bow Longinus mantained Cherub used
The Kingdom needs to see that the common people are just as important as the nobles, or else the kingdom will crumble.
1511 | 1511
Yuurei was in front of Skadis Shrine right now as he could only shake his head right now. He wasn’t sure if things were fine here, but he had to go out and make sure that nothing bad happened. He would enter the place without a problem and he was on the search for someone. He heard that Messiah had gone into this place, which worried him. If she was on her own here, then that meant that she could be in trouble. He wasn’t sure what was going to happen, but he figured that he would find her to make sure that she wasn’t having any trouble. He would make it to the first area of this place and he would look around he would notice that there weren’t any mana beasts appearing right now. He had forgotten how big this place was and he remembered the first time he had come here.
He had just joined the Black Bulls, and now he was here again as a Silver Eagle. It was more than that as he was the Captain of the said squad. He was looking around trying to remember it clearly and he was weaker back then as well. He didn’t remember it being this cold, but at the same time, his wind magic would blow breeze like this as well. He missed his freeze magic because it was nice enough to stop these cold times from happening. Still, he was moving through the area and he could only wonder if Messiah was still on the first floor. He didn’t tell anybody that he was coming here and honestly, he didn’t think it was a problem. Yuurei knew that this would be a simple and fast trip, and he knew that if he found Messiah and she needed help hat he would be here to help her.
Yuurei looked throughout the floor though as he was admiring the scenery. He had forgotten how big this place and now that he wasn’t fighting a bunch of monsters a he could look around. It was made out of ice and it reminded him of his previous spells. He couldn’t use that type of magic anymore, which hurt him, but he had to move on. He figured since there weren’t any monsters coming at him he would continue to move on. The wizard would start moving and he would soon find the place that led to the second floor of this place. He would smile because throughout his whole entire walk he didn’t find Messiah.
“That’s good that means she made it through the first floor, so hopefully, she is fine when I head to the second floor.” He said to himself as he started moving through the area.
Yuurei wondered what Kouhei was doing as he had left the man behind in his mansion. He knew that Kouhei would have followed behind him if he knew where he was heading and that wasn’t what he wanted right now.
Yuurei would continue to go venture through this place as he was now onto the second place of Skadis Shrine. He didn’t feel any signs of Messiah right now, which meant that she wasn’t close to his location. That meant he could continue to move and he wouldn’t have to fight anything on his way there. Yuurei kept moving through the place as he could see that there was a lot of ice around. There was more ice throughout this tavern than there was on the first floor. It was magnificent and he could only look around in awe. He was enjoying the place as he was looking at the pillars that went all the way up to the ceiling from the ground. It was a beautiful sight to see and he could only wish that he could do something like that again.
He kept moving as he was looking throughout the room and he didn’t see any signs of Messiah. He also didn’t feel the presence of any mana beasts in this room, which meant that he didn’t have anything to worry about. It looked like Messiah had gone through this area without a problem as well. That was good. He kept pushing as he noticed that this area had gotten colder than it was before. It was weird feeling the weather, but at the same time, he was used to it due to the fact that he lived in the mountains, the majority of his life. He kept moving on though as he didn’t have time to waste. He figured that he would find Messiah soon enough and hopefully she wasn’t in any danger.
The last time he had hung out with Messiah he knew that she didn’t have any use of spells. He understood where she was coming from and it was something that happened to him when he lost his grimoire at the beginning. Still, he figured she wouldn’t come unprepared to a dungeon, so he figured that she had something up her sleeve. He would keep moving through the place and soon enough he would reach the third room of this floor. There wouldn’t be anything waiting for him here. Instead, he would see that it was empty with nobody to be found. He sighed because there was no sign of any monsters to find, which meant that he was perfectly fine with walking forward. It also meant that Messiah didn’t have trouble moving through here.
Yuurei had a smile on his face as he wondered how much stronger she had gotten since last time. This was nice, but a year did past, so it was expected of her. Still, he continued to push forward as he was making it to the last floor of the dungeon. He remembered that much and he knew that he would have to go on a boat that would be waiting for him. Then he thought about it and wondered if the boat would be there if Messiah had taken it.
When he got to the third floor he would notice that Messiah had indeed taken the boat across the water, which had led him with no way of getting there. His grimoire would float into the air the moment he figured he would need another way of getting there, and soon enough it would stop to a page.
“Wind Magic: Quetzalcoatl.” He said out loud and soon enough his wind golem would form out of his grimoire and be flying into the air.
Yuurei would look at it with a smile on his face and he figured he would give it the order it needed. He would jump on its back without a problem and soon enough he would have a smile on his face.
“Quetzalcoatl take me to that island over there.” He would command it and soon enough the golem would start flying towards its intended direction.
When he got there he would see that Messiah was there, but the mana beasts that were supposed to be there were no longer there. It seemed that she had killed everything here and he had come here for no other reason. Yuurei would rub the back of his head as he was embarrassed that he had come all the way through this dungeon for no reason. She had this under control and she had taken out all of the mana beasts that were in this dungeon on her own. He would walk towards her as he figured that he would at least let her know that he was here. He also felt that it was much colder than it was on any other floors that he had been on.
“Hey Messiah; I heard you were going dungeon exploring on your own, and I came to help you.” He paused as he looked around the area as he all of the mana beasts that she had taken out were disappearing.
“It sucks I came for no reason as you had this all under control. Still, I need to let you know in the future, you need or you should always have one other person in the dungeons with you. You may never know what will happen when you venture into these things, so please promise me you will always go in here with another person.” He said with a smile on his face.
Yuurei had made it all the way down here even though he didn’t do anything but enjoy the scenery. Still, he figured since he was down here he might as well reaped the rewards that would be down here.
“Still, I’m impressed you made it here and did everything you needed. Let’s get what is down here and let's go back home to base.” Yuurei would say this to Messiah with a smile on his face and he wondered if she was fine with his sudden appearance in the dungeon.
Name of Golem: Wind Magic: Quetzalcoatl Spell Element: Wind Spell Rank: Grand Type of Golem: Balance Range and Speed: 396 meters & 94 m/s Mana Cost: 50 | 25 Health of Golem: Intermediate Applicable Perks: Armament | Focused Golem | Puppet Master Description: The user will create a golem made out of wind. The wind is compressed to actually look like that of a Chinese dragon with wings instead of arms. It is still wind and when the golem deals damage they will deal multiple slashing wounds towards their target when an attack lands from them. The golem’s body is long and scaly like that of a snake and the wings allows the golem to take flight and move around in the air. It can be summoned to be a small golem of about 1 foot and can grow up to as big as 10 feet in size. Its attack can destroy the ground and everything under it. Quetzalcoatl can also knock back targets up to 36 meters away from them. Power Durability Sensory Stat Pool 40 40 198 88 40 40 110 70
Rank & Element: Intermediate | Spatial Class & Type: Magic Item |Accessory Magic Specialties: Supplementary Transport | Healing Appearance & Lore: After adding a fragment of each of the sigil stones, the ring is able to naturally pick up on the ley lines of the world. This allows the rings to tap into powerful spatial magic.
Type: Trigger Rank & Specialization: Junior | Magic Supplementary [Transport] Mana Cost: 8 per cast | 4 casts | 15 recharge Range & Speed: N/A Stats Affected: N/A Description: Allows the player to open a portal roughly 5 meters in length and width. The portal can act as an exit for yourself and others, for this thread. The portal will always open up to one of the four sigil stones [Wild Lands, Volcano Zone, Shepard's Crux, Town Silva].
Type: Trigger Rank & Specialization: Intermediate|Healing Mana Cost: 16 per cast | 5 uses | 30 recharge Range & Speed: 20 meters from caster Stats Affected: N/A Description: The wearer will open two portals anywhere within the space of the spell. These portals will only be 3 meters in radius. A person can step in one of these portals and exit out the other, feeling refreshed and healed. It will instantly heal a junior rank upon exiting the portal but the magic seems to linger for a short duration after. This causes the spell to completely heal a intermediate rank spell during the course of its use.
Rank & Element: Grand | Blood Class & Type: Weapon Magic Specialties: Restraining | Hex Appearance & Lore: A whip that appears to be made of some sort of liquid, perhaps blood. The whip has a nasty passive ability but also boosts some powerful active ones as well. Being struck by this whip will cause Grand rank damage. The whip can move about at 70 meters per second up to 15 meters away.
Bad Blood: If struck by this whip, you’ll take additional junior rank damage every post for the following four posts. This cannot stack but new blows to a target will refresh the duration’s limit. This can be cleansed by an intermediate rank healing spell.
Type: Trigger Rank & Specialization: Senior | Restraining + Attack Mana Cost: 24 per Use | 6 Uses | 45 Recharge Cost Range & Speed: 80 Meters Range | 40 Meters per Second Stats Affected: -50% Speeds Description: The user causes the whip to expand its gurith at an extreme rate. This causes the whip to explode the blood, covering the space before it in blood. Those in this area will instantly feel the blood clotting, trapping them in a shell of dried blood. The force of the explosion aspect is strong enough to cause a person to take senior blunt damage. Being harmed by this attack will trigger Bad Blood.
Type: Trigger Rank & Specialization: Senior | Hex + Attack Mana Cost: 24 per Use | 6 Uses | 45 Recharge Cost Range & Speed: 80 Meters Range | 40 Meters per Second Stats Affected: +6 Power | -9 Control Description: The user will lash out with the whip causing it to spew blood in a crescent moon shaped attack that expands up to 50 meters in width and 15 meters in girth and will travel the full distance of the spell unless stopped. Those struck will take a -9 to their control stat for the following round and will take senior rank slicing damage from the blood itself. They will also be placed under the Bad Blood status condition.
Type: Trigger Rank & Specialization: Senior | Healing + Restraining Mana Cost: 24 per Use | 6 Uses | 45 Recharge Cost Range & Speed: 40 Meters AoE | 40 Meters per Second Stats Affected: +6 Durability | -6 Power Description: The user will cause the whip to quickly extend filling the space of the spell in a manic manner. It will pierce through all those that are left in this space when it is activated, restraining them to that position if they are unable to break free from the restraint. During this time the whip will also inject itself into the user’s body, naturally healing them a senior rank worth of damage over the course of the post.
“Yeah, it was sort of reckless” the Messiah replied, to then scratch the back of her neck as she chuckled nervously to her Captain. “But I was pretty confident that I could take this dungeon on, because it’s pretty low level you know? Oh well. Yeah, let’s go.”