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UniqueSoul

9:48pm Feb 14 2014

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Happy Valentine's day, guys! I hope you guys had a better luck with love and romance today than I did. My love live is nonexistent so I hung out with my best friend today because she couldn't see her boyfriend today and we had a "girl date" and went to the movies to see Vampire Academy and Endless Love. 




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5:04pm Feb 21 2014 (last edited on 5:04pm Feb 21 2014)

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Thor

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Ieroe looked to Fray and chuckled. His cheeks were flushed from being so close to the angel. He was cute, but also the fact that this angel was probably dangerous with him in this state. The angel could easily kill him if he wanted to. There was a hidden excitement that flowed through Ieroe as the two began to walk, however, his wasn't going to keep him going. Ieroe was so drained that he could barely move. He let out a small groan and his eyes closed. He fell to his side, leaning completely on Fray. He was dead weight now and his breathing was slow as if he was sleeping. He let out another groan, this one accompanied by smoke that spilled from his mouth as he breathed out.

"I'm way too weak to move right now.. The best I can do is fly a couple yards. It's easier to fly than to walk in this state. Don't ask how that even works."

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Skellig looked at the angel as she pretty much freaked out about the dark, then again, she was in a cave with a demon prince. He was literally a creature of the darkness, what was to say he couldn't just attack her. He laughed and stood up. He looked around the cave for any small opening he could find. He smiled when he spotted one.

"Jirou. I need you to shoot that rock out. It needs to go out so that there is a hole in the roof." 

The animal yipped and ran outside to climb the cave. A rock fell from the top, letting in a stream of light. 

"Now, i need you to create a couple ice crystals in here. Your ice should reflect enough light for Miss Afraid of the Dark, to be comfortable."

The animal did just that, lighting up the cave. 



UniqueSoul

7:27pm Mar 8 2014

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Laughter bounced off the cave walls and caressed the face of the angel. He was mocking her. He was laughing at her fear with such amusement as she reeked of vulnerability. Who was to say that the demon wouldn't seize the chance and kill her now? Nothing was stopping him from waltzing over and snapping her neck right then and there; nothing. Annette tried to compose herself after she heard her voice sound pitifully afraid but to no avail. She needed to show him that she wasn't afraid, that she was stronger than she let off and that she had no weaknesses -- no vulnerabilities, but it was too late. He had saw the most pitiful aspect of the angel and she was sure he would use it against her.

His voice lit the cave. It wasn't menacing or full of spite or tired as it had been before, it was surprisingly warm and held a sense of kindness as he gave orders to his demon hound. Annette didn't register Prince Skellig's words until Jirou had successfully did his masters biddings. Rays of sunlight shone through the top of the cave warming the pale skin of the angel and bringing color back into her frightened face. Crystals were formed and the cave suddenly brightened and the thick darkness hid in any corners or crevasses it could find. 

Once the sunlight had pried the sickly fingers of darkness off of Annette, she became keenly aware of the situation and Prince Skellig's actions. Slowly but gracefully, she wiped the cold sweat from her brow, straightened her posture and replaced her fear knitted eyebrows with an indifferent expression. Her silver eyes gleamed in the frozen sunlight and she observed at Jirou's handy work while she tried to figure out why the demon prince would do so much for her. Was she just a tool to gain his powers back? Was his actions solely for the intent of gaining a favor from the angel? Maybe it was all an act?
 
After a few moments of pondering, Annette drew no conclusion and slowly gazed up at Prince Skellig. His human green eyes shimmered with a faint electric glow against the ice crystals's light, "Why?" She asked hoarsely, quickly clearing her throat at the sound of its roughness. Her voice was soft, quiet, serious and cautious, Annette had an itching suspicion that he didn't just chase away her fear out of kindness, "You could have done a number of things to me yet you give me light? Why would you do something like that?" Her eyes held his and moments of silence hung between them. Suddenly, she looked away. She was ashamed of her weakness and how piteous she acted. Annette's silver eyes found something on the floor to be interesting and when she spoke it was as hushed as the wind, "And just for the record, I am not afraid of the dark." She knew it was a lie and she knew that he knew it was a lie, but it never hurt to try to convince the prince that she was still the brave -- maybe foolish -- angel who had tried to trick the twins and didn't wince against their threatening words; there was no harm in the attempt to gain her pride back.




Rabbah

6:32pm Mar 10 2014

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"If you prefer to fly, then I'm alright with that." Fray murmured. The angel wasn't a hundred percent sure about having Ieroe flying in this state - the demon was about ready to pass out, and Fray knew that he couldn't carry him for that long. If the demon did happen to fall, he would try his best to catch Ieroe and slow his decent, though. He concentrated his energy on his back for a second, allowing his wings to return to their proper position.

"Okay. Just tell me when you're ready and I'll let go. Once we get to my apartment, we should be safer and you can sleep or eat or whatever you need to do." At least, Fray hoped they would be safer. There were certainly more angels in the city than out here in the woods, and they would be quick to eliminate any demonic threat who happened to endanger human life. Fray just hoped that the other angels won't notice that Ieroe and Skellig were demons too.

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Kyle shook his head. "Are you even speaking English anymore? Jeeze, nothing you say is making any sense. You're giving me a headache with your confusing words; I have no idea what you're talking about anymore." The girl spoke like an intellectual, but her subject was a bratty one. He couldn't believe that she would get so defensive with that question, nor that she would throw more questions at him in return. It really was making his brain hurt.

"You make no sense." He repeated. He didn't get why she was still there trying to talk with him, clearly nothing either of them said would resolve anything and they would keep on arguing as long as they could. In the back of his mind, Kyle told himself that Akuti would be a wonderful partner in crime; she'd just have to start talking and everyone would get so held up trying to figure out what's up. But, alas, Kyle predicted that the other girl would never be willing to work with him. What a shame.

[[sorry for the crappy reply; we really haven't been going anywhere, and I thought this might move things along. And Kyle is stupid and wouldn't realize Akuti had powers even if she hit him in the face with them.]]



~rabbah
Thor

1:49pm Mar 14 2014

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Ieroe looked to his animal and waved his hand, the animal disappearing in a puff of smoke. He got himself to stands up on his own before he pushed away from Frey and his wings immediately splayed out. He flapped them hard, sending fire to the ground. The hot air helped him to get airborne a lot faster. He continued to flap his wings so he was over the trees in a matter of seconds. He smiled and looked down at Frey. He gave a smiled and hovered in the air. He looked and noticed that there was a city not too far from where they were.

"Let's go! I can't stay up for a long time. It still strains."

He smiled and flung fire under his wings, making him jerk up higher. He almost lost balance and toppled over, but he managed to get himself steady. He let out a laugh and even his spaded tail came out. It swung from side to side.

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Skellig looked at her and caught Jirou when he came up to his master, jumping into his arms. He pet the fox's fur and nuzzled his face into the animal's neck. He let out a small noise and looked at the angel. He blinked when he realized that he had no clue why he had done it. He tilted his head to the side and then hummed before he looked at her once again.

"Hell if I know. You just looked so scared~ It was fun~ But I can't see any better than you can in here. I'm not demon anymore. I can't see anything when it's below what a human can normally see."

[These are so crap... :I]



UniqueSoul

5:23pm Apr 23 2014

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Gah! Sorry I haven't posted in such a long time! I am getting ready to graduate in a couple months (28 school days to be exact) so life has been pretty hectic with all the scholarships, which college I will be attending, school, tennis, and all of that stuff. Anyway, excuses, excuses! I have actually written out my replies (what else would I do in Calculus?) but I haven't gotten around to typing them up yet. I shall have my replies up by the end of the week... Most likely on friday.




UniqueSoul

10:56pm Apr 24 2014

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Gee, it has been so long! Sorry if my characters seem weird, it feels like it has been year since I've played Annette and Akuti.

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Silver eyes watched the demon prince as he explained his instinctual act of kindness. Annette still couldn't quite fathom the idea of a demon and an angel joining forces to take back the Underground. It had been a few hours -- maybe more, maybe less -- since their agreement and since Prince Skellig sealed his powers away, but the irony of the situation kept seeping into the corners of her mind no matter how many times she shooed it away. Annette wavered on the thread that separated her trust for the demon twins and her caution; her hatred for them and her fondness; her pride and her duty. The telepathic angel couldn't just take the situation for what it was and accept the fact that Prince Skellig just might have a pleasant side to him; that she, herself, might, just have an absurd fondness for the twins and be irrationally intrigued by their situation and the secrets the Underworld and the princes lives held. No, there was always a catch, life wasn't as simple as what was on the surface, right?

Her thoughts lightly touched on the impact their actions and cooperation with one another could make on all three realms if they were to succeed. They had a rough idea of what they were going to do but nothing more. Although Annette was quite the resilient little angel, the sensation of doubt was starting to seep into her heart just as the irony had her mind. She wanted desperately to ask Prince Skellig for his thoughts and his point of view, and ask if he was scared and if he thought they had a chance, but those questions were for another time and her tongue was not made to shed such vulnerable words -- especially after the scene she had just made.

 Annette lifted her eyes to the ice crystals and the opening in the cave. Night was nearly upon them, (sorry if this is too much of a time jump, I don't really know where we are time wise but this rp definitely needs to get a move on. But Rabbah, Ru, if you guys think that your pair needs a little more time, you guys could just be a couple hours behind the rest? Or something?) the stars shone dull against the darkening sky. With a sigh, Annette spoke reluctantly and with fatigue in her strained voice, "No matter, you should get some sleep, you've had a long day." Annette dropped her eyes to Prince Skellig's before they wandered around the cave. She spotted the pile of branches and twigs the prince had gathered, "I'll make a fire and cook the meat your hell hound -- er, Jirou, had caught and wake you when it is ready."  Annette waltzed over to the pile and crouched down, shifting them until she was satisfied and then started to toy around with the branches and rocks, attempting to make a fire, "I will also gather fresh water from a waterfall that wasn't too far from here. And although you insist that your wound is fine, I still think that it needs to be cleaned and disinfected. I am sure we can find some herbs around here somewhere." The angels effort to make a fire was to no avail, but she continued to try persistently, "In the morning we can continue our conversation about what we are going to do about your aunt, once we find your twin and the other angel, that is. Don't worry too much, I am sure we will find them in the morning light." 

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A muffled groan rumbled out of the girl who still sat with her forehead resting on her knees. Irritation rubbed at her in all the wrong ways but she held her tongue, she didn't want to bore him too much. However, Akuti painfully had to admit that Kyle's thoughts were true, she did ramble quite a bit but it wasn't her fault, not really. She wasn't accustomed to the whole socialization thing that most people thought to be wonderful. She was a bookworm that stuck to her fantasies rather than reality. She preferred whimsical words and beautiful rhetoric rather than being frank and blunt. Though, Akuti didn't talk in riddles on purpose. The blame was to be laid on the mountains of books that had adjusted her vernacular over the years. 

Although, Akuti accepted her part of the blame with a reluctant ease, she was quick to dump the other part of the blame on Kyle. He was the one who didn't understand what she was saying! He was just a stupid, dense, florist who wouldn't know an insult if it smacked him in the face. Heck! Half the insults she struck him with went over his head. Though even as she found his flaws, why was her trust bestowed upon him so quickly?

Despite the unnerving acknowledgement of how much she trusted the lad, Akuti snickered at the silent insult she thought of. However, her ray of joy and happiness didn't conceal the persistent irritation that had sprouted from the embarrassment he had cause her. If only he understood her words! If only he caught on to the hints she had been subtly dropping him! If only! It annoyed the mage that her seriousness was all in vain. It annoyed her that Kyle could change her mood with the drop of a hat. It annoyed her that her cheeks burned with embarrassment though she should be angry at his stupidity.

Akuti sighed. He couldn't hear her thoughts, what was the use in rambling if it was only to herself? When Akuti finally spoke her voice was strangely soft and defeated, "Geez, Kyle, how dense can you be?" She lifted her head just enough to peer at the florist with her dual colored eyes. She wanted to see Kyle's reaction when her deepest secret escaped from her parted lips. Her heart thumped rapidly in her chest and fear crowded her mind. Even though they were both blessed humans, she was terrified and nervous of seeing his reaction. She was sure that he would hate her for reading his thoughts. He would hate her for lying to him and kick her out of the shop and she would have to wander home in the dark rain. "Why couldn't you just get it through your thick skull and realize that I have been trying to tell you that--that I have powers?" Her voice was small and wavering as she spoke around the lump forming in her throat.




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