Aislyn's Bakery- The Shop.   Posted by Leaping Lemur.Group: 0
Mazi
 NPC, 16 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:01
Re: Mazi's Bakery
One might think that a merman would make a terrible baker because why would a merperson ever bake? They live in the ocean. Sure they might learn how to use fire when they come to shore, and maybe even cook, but a merman baking is ridiculous. And it is.

Mazi took what resembled loaves of bread from the oven with the long oven paddle and set them on a cooling rack. If one were to try smelling the bread it would smell like high tide, and probably taste like licking a beach. But it was what merpeople liked so who cares if land people never give him any business.

Mazi heard the door to the bakery open and spun around holding the oven paddle.
Millie
 Player, 302 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:04
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Millie had both hands wrapped around the ax handle, hopefully to be able to swing it better. "What are you doing here? Why did you come back now and without ever coming to see your wife and children?" she demanded.
Mazi
 NPC, 17 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:07
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Mazi stared at the girl, trying to match her up to the names and descriptions Onyi had given him. Dark haired, violent, talking. This had to be Yehudit, that terrible nagging woman's daughter.

"It's none of your damned business." Mazi said. "You're trespassing, get the hell out!"
Millie
 Player, 303 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:12
Re: Mazi's Bakery
"It is my business!" Millie snarled. "You have hurt my mother on a very deep level, I don't know if she will ever be herself again. You abandoned her, you abandoned your family." Millie took a deep breath. "I never ever thought I would say this, but you are a horrible man!"
Mazi
 NPC, 18 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:17
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Mother? This girl was one of the bastards Aislyn had with Nelek. It had to be Millicent, the oldest girl. Mazi thought he should have handled this differently but supposed it was not too late to fix it. He lowered the oven paddle and hoped she would not try to use the ax on him.

"I'm not a horrible man," Mazi said condescendingly. "But if you think about it, your mother is a horrible woman. Now why don't you get along to your dresses and I can get back to my business."
Millie
 Player, 304 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:23
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Something snapped inside of Millie when he said her mother was a horrible woman. "You bastard!" she roared as she rushed him with the ax. When she got close enough, she swung the ax at his neck.
Mazi
 NPC, 19 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:26
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Mazi barely got the paddle up in time to deflect the ax. He instinctively swung the handle of the paddle down on Millie's head.

It is a folly to talk to women, it only encourages them to speak out and behave irrationally. Mazi thought.
Millie
 Player, 305 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:34
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Millie crumpled to the floor, blood trickling from where the paddle had struck her. Her hands remained wrapped around the ax handle and, barely conscious, she began to inch her weapon beneath her body and out of his reach.
Mazi
 NPC, 20 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:42
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Mazi deliberately stepped on Millie's hand. He took the ax from her and set it on the work table. He looked down at her, considering what to do. She was really messing up his day. He could not just make her leave the bakery. She would go whining to someone about how he hit her and make it out to be his fault though she swung first, and with an ax no less! Looked like he would have to hold on to her, lock her in a closet perhaps.

Mazi reached down to pick her up when he noticed that she had gotten blood on the floor. Mazi sighed. He did not want to clean that up.
Millie
 Player, 306 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:45
Re: Mazi's Bakery
What would Sileas do? Millie wondered when he took her weapon. She shook the fog from her mind as best as she could before she shoved her elbow into his gut and stomped down on his foot as hard as she could.
Mazi
 NPC, 21 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:48
Re: Mazi's Bakery
"Little bitch!" Mazi hissed as he dropped her. He wished he had hit her harder. He swung at her again with the oven paddle.
Millie
 Player, 307 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:50
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Millie ducked this time and ran as fast as she could for the door. The minute she opened it, she began screaming as loudly as she could, repeatedly. Hopefully her aunt or uncle would hear her, or perhaps hopefully one of the guard was patrolling near by.
Mazi
 NPC, 22 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:52
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Mazi wished he had killed her the moment he had seen her. He wrapped an arm around Millie's waist and clapped a hand to her mouth. "Shut up or I'll cut out your tongue!"
Millie
 Player, 308 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 04:56
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Millie bit down hard on the palm of his hand and twisted so she could knee him in his manhood.
Mazi
 NPC, 23 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 05:06
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Mazi swore again and tried to bash her face into the doorjamb.
Millie
 Player, 309 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 05:12
Re: Mazi's Bakery
"AUNT LIA!" Millie screamed as loudly as she could. She stomped on his foot again, then reached for the broom by the door. She jabbed him in the gut with the end of the handle.
Mazi
 NPC, 24 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 05:16
Re: Mazi's Bakery
"That tongue is coming out." Mazi threatened.
Millie
 Player, 310 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 05:17
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Millie started jabbing him repeatedly, with force, with the handle of the broom. If she couldn't drive him back into the room, she hoped she could put at least enough space between them to get out the door.
Mazi
 NPC, 25 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 05:22
Re: Mazi's Bakery
This land girl was impossible! Mazi did not envy the merman who wound up with her. It would take a while to break her. He swung the paddle at her again.
Millie
 Player, 311 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 05:28
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Millie managed to block the blow with the broom but the handle snapped in two. I can do this, I've seen Sileas do this.  She smacked at the backs of his hands as one foot went out the door. Her throat was sore from screaming but she wouldn't stop until her voice was gone. 'AUNT LIA! HELP!"
Mazi
 NPC, 26 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 05:43
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Mazi really did not want Liadan here. Liadan was the most hated and reviled land woman of them all. The broken broom handle stung his hands. He tried to hit Millie in the head with the paddle again.
Millie
 Player, 312 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 05:49
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Millie had had enough. He had insulted her mother and tried repeatedly to kill her. She ducked and moved to the side. She spotted a shovel near the door and with all of her force she slammed the iron portion into her father.
Mazi
 NPC, 27 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 05:54
Re: Mazi's Bakery
The blow knocked Mazi of balance and he crashed to the floor.
Millie
 Player, 313 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 05:56
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Millie took off running, keeping the shovel and her two pieces of broken broom handle. She paused long enough to  close the door and she shoved the bench against it before she raced to the inn.
Mazi
 NPC, 28 posts
Sat 7 Mar 2015
at 06:06
Re: Mazi's Bakery
Mazi got up and shoved the door until it opened but by then the little brat was gone. Damn her, and damn Aislyn for being unfaithful and having children with another man and spawning that girl. Mazi looked around the now messy bakery. That girl should be made to clean it but she probably was telling Aunt Lia about how terrible her father was being for not letting her chop him up with the axe. Mazi decided he should get out of the bakery for a while and come back later. He exited the bakery, locked the door and headed for his house by the beach.