The Glowing Plaza.   Posted by GM.Group: 0
GM
 GM, 131 posts
 My word is law.
 But I'm a cool guy :3
Thu 22 May 2014
at 05:31
Re: The Glowing Plaza


The lights and sounds of the carnival were beautiful as ever. The laughter and busy sounds echoed into the surrounding alleyways. The tents all held wondrous sights, foods, smells, and other amazing sensations. The announcer was still standing around inviting people over to enjoy the sights and come inside the main tent, informing them that there will be a big show later tonight.
Arture Davoi
 player, 77 posts
 Loner Assassin
 Tea Aficionado
Thu 22 May 2014
at 05:48
Re: The Glowing Plaza
   <<<From Bishop's Mystical Gem and Pawn Shoppe>>>


    Arture moved quickly along the roof line, making great leaps to cross from rooftop to rooftop. The scenery flew by like a blur, his dark clothing blending into the worn down tiling of the market roofs. He treasured the moments of freedom when he could open the floodgates and traverse the skyline; his body flowed with primal ease. Silently, he thanked the brutal training he had endured at the hands of his cruel tutor.

    The lights up ahead were coming into view, and he was taken aback by the cacophony of noises that were pouring up from the Plaza. Must be some kind of celebration he mused to himself. Upon reaching the plaza he slowed and carefully approached the edge of the roof, peering down into the masses. He was shocked and slightly terrified by the sheer number of people who milled about the grounds below. One man in particular was shouting out to the crowd, welcoming them to something called Bambono's "Carneeeval". He was shouting about some show about to start in the main tent.

    Arture was not usually one for large gatherings, but he had never been to a "carneeeval" he mouthed the word. Wonder what the bloody hell that is, curiosity piqued, Arture slowly made his way along the roof edge looking for a soft patch of grass to land on. A suitable sight located, he launched off the roof top and landed with a thud on the patch of grass. Dropping to a knee to soften the impact, he noticed a small flower smashed underfoot, utterly ruined by his impact. "Tis a shame to destroy beautiful things" he muttered under his breath. Standing up, he stretched his lithe form and looked about, the main tent was just ahead but the smell of food and drink was all around him enticing him to partake. He started off in search of something to eat.
Evarri Verleden
 player, 57 posts
 Nydelisien Force
Thu 22 May 2014
at 08:49
Re: The Glowing Plaza
A sigh of relief escaped her at the root pixie’s remark able to overlook the abrasive manner simply because she knew something hadn’t decided to make her shoulder their new home. “Right. That’s fine then. I wouldn’t be happy with a colourful bird let alone a root pixie making sleeping arrangements on my shoulder.” Finally Evarri had retrieved enough of her backbone to dare to look away from her shoulders occupant. After all, Evarri had no idea what it could do there but neither was she too keen on finding out.

The concept of the pixie drinking out of a cup which it could drown in was a bizarre one, but it was probably a day-to-day feud for a fairy especially if she lived in the city.

Attention quickly drawn to Manny’s stress of words, she found herself waiting as he tried to recall what he was saying. “I can say the same about you, and I think people just have a problem with branding each species as a whole.” Evarri shrugged at her bold declaration - forgetting she had a passenger on one shoulder. “But so many do it that-.. well, I like making my own opinion on things. Better that way.” Noting the pixie’s presence Evarri turned her head toward her, deciding to get a question out of the way. “Do you have a name?”
Liandra Baobab
 player, 63 posts
Fri 23 May 2014
at 01:09
Re: The Glowing Plaza
Liandra stood up on the woman's shoulder with a slight wobble. She kept herself up right by holding onto the woman's ear. Puffing out her chest, Liandra held her chin high. Proud of where she came from. "I'm Liandra Baobab. Of the Grandidier's Baobab the whole biggest tree there ever was!" She crouched low and sprung from Evarri's shoulder to Manny's shoulder. Landing on her chest as she gripped his clothing for support. She ran down the length of his arm, reaching the mug in his grasp. There was two ways Liandra can go about drinking from the mug, either bend her body over the rim and scoop it out in cupped hands, or just jump right in. The former was probably more polite.

Liandra isn't polite, besides she's thirsty. She bent herself over the edge of the mug and dove right in. The bitter ale made the little pixie tingly all over as the alcohol washed over her whole body. While she was submerged she took three big gulps, only popping out to catch her breath. She hoisted her body to the edge of the mug and relaxed inside of it as if it were a leisurely swim. "I like this. I usually only drink honeydew"

"To me, bigums are all the same. We root pixies and the other littlums are much better than all the rest" Liandra rested her arms behind her head as she let herself float inside the mug. "Except fairies. They're kind of pompous.... and borrowers, little thieves they are..." The little pixie seemed lost in thought for a second. "Actually root pixies are best of all littlums."
Manny
 player, 29 posts
 Minion for hire
Fri 23 May 2014
at 02:24
Re: The Glowing Plaza
Liandra's sudden arrival upon his shoulder startled the feasting rat on his other side sending it scurrying for sanctuary in amongst the recesses of Manny's threadbare cowl.

"Cor blimey, luv!" he called out in sudden protest but it was too late, the pixie was already neck deep in his beer. Evidently he'd been mistaken. The wee lass had been looking to have a bath after all. With a shrug of his shoulders (unencumbered now that both Liandra and Merv had found other perches) he raised the cup up to his lips and casually drained the tub of some of its volume.

"My but isn't you toof' pixies as modest as mewling lambs, hey Mousey?" he exclaimed as he pulled away from the frothy drink. "Where's this grandad's Bop-a-dop then? I ain't never 'eard of no tree like that before."
Evarri Verleden
 player, 68 posts
 Nydelisien Force
Fri 23 May 2014
at 03:41
Re: The Glowing Plaza
In the most vague way Evarri could describe it, was a faint nip upon the helix of her ear, a faint warmth ebbing into the area it came into contact with. That was the condensed version, for Evarri’s internal debate was trying to make logic of why the Pixie had taken hold of her ear, many rather indistinguishable thoughts swathing to and fro before one of rationalism came to mind. As she moved her shoulders, the pixie grabbed her ear for support. Prior to the sensible act of common sense Evarri went rigid in unknowing, though as soon as she had sorted through what it seemed to be she was back to normality or what seemed to be it for her.

Barely catching the Pixies name before she sprung into another fit of alacrity Evarri stared in mild awe - yet again, as to the acts of those before her.  The Pixie’s nonchalance to swimming about a mug of alcohol, not only that but Manny didn’t even seem to care to the point where he took to drinking some of it with the Pixie still bathing in it. The ‘first time for everything’ phrase definitely came about at this scene. “Well-.. that’s peculiar.” Was all she voiced, as if carelessly saying her inner thoughts.
Liandra Baobab
 player, 65 posts
Fri 23 May 2014
at 05:36
Re: The Glowing Plaza
The little pixie had to hold onto the rim of the mug as the goblin drank, warping her arms around the rim as she was tipped closer to the goblin's face. She was a little miffed that he would drink while she was still enjoying herself floating inside the ale. When Manny pulled away, Liandra tried to kick him. Aiming for any part of his face with the tip of her foot, "Rude..." She dunked her head below one more to take one last gulp of ale. Now that she had her fill she hefted her body out and shook the excess ale that soaked her rat cloak out, grooming it as a normal rat would.

Liandra glared up at Manny as he messed up the name of Liandra's beloved home. "It is Grandidier's Baobab! The whole largest greatest tree that ever was. And bigums like you are never ever allowed near it. Ever!" Each word was punctuated with a step closer to Manny's head. It was hard to tell if the water in her eyes was tears or the ale.
Manny
 player, 32 posts
 Minion for hire
Fri 23 May 2014
at 15:26
Re: The Glowing Plaza
Manny peered down at the little pixie on his arm with a look of near infinite patience that had still managed to approach within a hairs' breadth of its asymptote.

"Well now, Mousey, here's the 'fing. Miss Evarri and me'self were having a fine ol' chin-wag until you comes along and tells us wot ain't our business and where not to go. You calls us bof' wool'eads, scares poor Merv off of his tea, helps yerself to my beer wif'out so much as a please and 'fanks, and then tries to kick Ol' Manny's nose from inside 'is own cup. Now I know Miss Evarri 'finks every duffer deserves a fair shake but to put it square, Mousey, you has a personality wot could be used to sand down a board."

"Now I doesn't know how they do 'fings in Gumberry forest or wherever yer great, big magical tree is, but 'round Todmorden I can gets enough abuse all on my own 'fank you very much. Welcome to the city, luv. Mind you doesn't get run over by a cart."


Quaffing the rest of his drink in one go the little Goblin upended the last few drops onto the ground, and stashed both the mug and the scant remains of his penny-loaf into the folds of his cloak for later consumption. Reaching into the depths of his cowl he produced the pitiful specter of a cigar from behind one of his broad, fan-like ears, slotted the dog-end on his lip, and struck a match on his tooth in a well practiced manner.

"Pardon, Miss Evarri. I hopes I didn't upset you. Sometimes you just has to be firm to be kind."
Evarri Verleden
 player, 72 posts
 Nydelisien Force
Fri 23 May 2014
at 18:17
Re: The Glowing Plaza
The spark of uproar from the pixie was bemusing in itself, such a small creature having such tenacity and viciousness to bark like that at a two creatures well beyond her size. “And here I thought I was the curt one.” She added, before Manny gestured into his much more well-rounded way of chastising the Pixie. The goblin however brought about a few thought provoking points that did give a ginger poke at the auburn haired girls own ‘thinking patterns’ with no better word to describe them. Many people had different ways about doing something, but how Evarri believed she judged someone was not by the exterior but usually how they handled a situation. How they would evaluate things, or as well how she could guess they did; that defended her resolve, well for the meanwhile.

“Upset?” She repeated in questioning tone only to shake her head. “No, no. I see nothing wrong with what you said.” Personally Evarri thought Liandra would be the one finding more quarrel with it, why would the goblin bother apologising to her?

Evarri decided to shuffle to one end of the alley to avoid the soon-to-be oncoming drifts of portable, toxic, blackened ash clouds of secondary smoke – thankful he didn’t light up immediately. However between her current precarious crouching and the gradually accumulating pain in her knees. The manoeuvre was quickly decided against instead pushing skyward her knees again deciding to share a little sound of bones clicking about one another. Once at her height she stepped to one side keeping her mouth sealed as to avoid revealing the strenuous grind of her body as it tried to rid the body of its ache from remaining in a far from comfortable position for so long. “Not going to stand in front of you when you’re about to smoke.” The admission was simply to answer why she had moved, if only to keep the air friendly.
GM
 GM, 156 posts
 My word is law.
 But I'm a cool guy :3
Sun 25 May 2014
at 03:45
Re: The Glowing Plaza
Arture could see many food stands of all shapes ans sizes. Some were there normally, and still had a nice flow of trusty patrons to buy their food and keep business good, but the rest of them moved around on large wooden wheels, each offering its own unique smell, many smells that he had never experienced before. It seemed they weren't kidding around by advertising "wonders from all around the world," some of this "food" looked amazing and alien, and some of it looked....less appetizing. One of them even seemed to have a mage cooking some kind of meat with fire from his hands.
Manny
 player, 33 posts
 Minion for hire
Sun 25 May 2014
at 21:19
Re: The Glowing Plaza
"As you shouldn't, Miss," Manny hurriedly agreed as he brought the match even with the tip of his nose behind the meager shelter of his other hand. "A fine dame such as yerself, it just wouldn't do."

A moment's hesitation followed and then a thin trail of acrid smoke began to snake its way upward through the comparatively still air of the alleyway. Casting the spent tinder aside the little goblin released a great plume of blue tinged vapor from the corner of his mouth opposite Evarri.

"Its a bad habit, I knows it, but sure if it doesn't calm the ol' nerves."

Manny held his grubby hands out, fingers splayed, as if to illustrate. Neither one noticeably tremored. He grinned, teeth clenched about the cigar.

"Is you from 'ere, Miss?" he exclaimed suddenly. "You look the right sort, only you doesn't act like all the rest."
Evarri Verleden
 player, 87 posts
 Nydelisien Force
Mon 26 May 2014
at 00:16
Re: The Glowing Plaza
The noticeable stillness of the pair of green hands did prove the effect of the smoke, but it didn’t do anything to wet Evarri’s appetite for a splint of her own.

“Not The city.” She admitted, looking toward the blue vapour and the course of its direction as the wind gingerly played with it. “West of here, a small fishing village. The one that-…” A moment of hesitation caught her though, immediately she swallowed the lump in her throat mercilessly and continued. “Burnt down not that long ago. So I’ve been raised in the Kingdom of Green, well that’s what helped me get my current work at least.”

“The army.” She added, having forgotten to illiterate what occupation she currently resided in. “It pays enough, and it’s work enough. You can’t complain really, especially with it all being for the betterment of the kingdom." Or so the commanders and officers said, it was a thought which Evarri had mulled over but before she had a chance to get anywhere with it she was again reminded of this 'betterment'. The commanders were nothing but tenacious with their words of merit.
Manny
 player, 39 posts
 Minion for hire
Mon 26 May 2014
at 02:19
Re: The Glowing Plaza
"Milit'ry?" the little goblin inquired dubiously. "Wot, like the King's own infantry sort of 'fing? Wiff the slashin', and the stabbin', and the bleedin', n'all?"

To Manny's mind trying to square the concept of military service with Evarri was like trying to solve an impossible equation.

Manny knew a thing or two about the art of intimidation. He knew for instance that he himself was not intimidating in the slightest, except perhaps from the lowly vantage of a careless wharf-rat or unattended foodstuff. He also knew that the woman before him, for all of her relative advantage in height, had all of the menacing demeanor of a cream puff and likely corresponding mastery over a broadsword to boot. This wasn't actually a bad thing in the goblin's books. But it did seem like one of those inescapable facts of life. And the way Evarri carried herself suggested that the young woman was both acutely aware of this actuality, and pleasantly unencumbered by it.

Snatching the cigar up in the crotch between two clawed fingers he waved the pitiful roll about assertively.

"Pardon my Dwarvish, Miss, but you isn't tryin' to take the piss out of Ol' Manny, is you?"

This message was last edited by the player at 04:34, Mon 26 May 2014.

Arture Davoi
 player, 173 posts
 Loner Assassin
 Tea Aficionado
Mon 26 May 2014
at 18:09
Re: The Glowing Plaza
    Arture wandered about the boisterous plaza, allowing his nose to be his guide. He paused momentarily at many different food stalls, a look of confusion or even disgust written plainly on his face. The variety of "food" was astonishing and shocking to someone who had led a life of such simplicity.

    The familiar smell of grilled vegetables wafted up from a simple undecorated cart; a smile cracked the normally indistinguishable face. Roasted veggie shish kabobs loaded with a multitude of colorful vegetables were piled high on the cart; Arture immediately produced his coin pouch. The old woman who was working the grill seemed thrilled to have a customer, and Arture proffered a selection of coins to the woman as he snatched up a handful of the skewers. Sinking his teeth into the first shish kabob, he was delighted with the taste. Crisp sweet peppers, cherry tomatoes bursting with juice, fresh portobello mushroom caps, sweet pungent onions and countless other life giving vegetables met their demise in his hungry mouth.

    Arture set about exploring the plaza once again, the evening was slowly progressing and soon it would be night. The main tent of the Carneeeval appeared to have opened and patrons could be seen lining up at it's entrance. I will have to go check it out soon Arture thought to himself as he took another satisfying bite of the shish kabob.
Evarri Verleden
 player, 90 posts
 Nydelisien Force
Mon 26 May 2014
at 22:05
Re: The Glowing Plaza
“Infantry, me?” The very suggestion was ludicrous, considering Evarri’s physical capabilities where she would hardly be able to fend off a lizard-stick wielding toddler let alone a seasoned veteran. She lacked the sinewy arms, and strengthened limbs to be able to do so, but that didn’t necessarily mean she was inadequate in a combative situation. “I would be a bad infantry. I’d like to think I’m decent at what I do.”

The auburn haired girl’s mouth fell agape, but no sound before she immediately closed it. There was a many a time when she felt conflicted, this was such a moment. “I could show you, if you like.” The words came with their own reluctance, as if a child wished to keep hold of their precious little secret but share it all the same. Evarri outstretched her right hand toward Manny, holding her palm skyward and letting her fingers naturally cup inward. “I sound a little eerie, don’t I?” A stifled laugh was received as a loud exhale of air a tight lipped smile on the auburn haired girl. "Not too sure on how to make it sound any less, odd."

If the goblin, or even Pixie chose to take her hand it was of no consequence. She would show them, or she would not. The reactions were always the same, though there was always the fleeting hope that some would return the favour which she always extended beforehand.
Manny
 player, 43 posts
 Minion for hire
Mon 26 May 2014
at 22:37
Re: The Glowing Plaza
Manny cocked his head to the side, brow raised, and eyes wide with curiosity. It was a bit of a stretch with Evarri standing tall but the little goblin managed to close the gap on pointed toe.

"Whats it supposed to do then?" he asked the moment before their skin touched.
Liandra Baobab
 player, 73 posts
Tue 27 May 2014
at 03:04
Re: The Glowing Plaza
Liandra deflated a little when Manny told off the little pixie. She jumped from his shoulder to Evarri's, not wanting to be near the goblin as he smoked his cigar. The smell would make the poor pixie gag, and being right next to the source wouldn't help. Smoothing out a section of cloth for her to sit on, Liandra huddle into herself and hugged her knees. It felt bad whenever Liandra remembered her old home, the great Grandidier's Baobab. The Tree would climb up to the sky for what looked like miles, especially to the small pixie race that inhabited it. Sadly it was cut down long ago when the war spread. Liandra hated the bigums, it was hard to trust those she knows cut down forests to build houses or burn for a warm fire. What was wrong with living inside the tree as it lived, or finding warmth with your family and friends. Liandra sighed a little, as she stayed quiet and listened to the two continue to talk.

When the red head spoke of her old town it peeked Liandra's curiosity. She had only known soldiers on the other end of her crossbow, never talking to one in person until Evarri. "You joined another city's army when your old home was burnt down? You're a bigum, can't you just remake it? That's what your kind does. They make their homes from other stuff that they take." Liandra supposed it was somewhat similar to her own situation. But for the little pixie, she couldn't move on so easily. Littlums like her have to find trees to live in. Only the biggest will do,  fae folk have large families especially the root pixies. They breed like the rabbits they live with. The pixie shook her head, and dipped it back into her knees. "Never mind, bigums are stupid after all..." Liandra voice and tone were soft and it didn't have the fire it had only moments ago. "I would like to see what you can do."
Evarri Verleden
 player, 96 posts
 Nydelisien Force
Tue 27 May 2014
at 14:35
Re: The Glowing Plaza
“Land becomes infertile with flame. But it could be rebuilt, yes. It does not mean I wish to return though.” Her words came as a whisper, but the Pixie on her shoulder surely could hear each resonating word. “You’ll see.” At the pinnacle of Manny’s height the ‘connection’ was formed. The so called touch was utterly a farce meant to keep those around her feeling more comfortable. It was a communication aid in the tent of officials, so that they would think themselves free from constraint. How they knew so little.

It was if the very veil to the next plane tore around them, an ominous chill weaved between them brushing over shoulders and limbs. All grew quiet; the sounds of the distant carnival replaced with silence for the pair. Even if they were to try and speak, it would be in vain not being able to even hear their own voice within the dead air which had engulfed them whole. It was as if it were cautiously claiming how you saw the world for its own devious purpose, for even now a blinding white crept into your peripheral vision. The ivory tendrils clawed to the centre of your iris taking the whole wash of greys and blacks and the alley to oblivion, and soon enough; nothing was left.

In the abyss of your mind you could feel or touch nothing, it was as if it were a wakeful slumber. Yet soon enough the sound of an ocean blue greedily lapping upon land came about. A moment later the sting of salty sprays across your arms, body and limbs. The musty scents of the sea flooded your nostrils, and now the white sheet covering your sight faded-.. dimmed shades of blue coming into fruition before the scene of the ever stretching ocean was shown before you. Underneath was golden sand, littered by a minority of smaller pebbles, cobbles and even some shells. The first most notable trait was the realism of it all; you could even feel the afternoon sun’s rays beating down on you from above, the sand beneath your toes if you decided to move. Behind was a towering cliff face, it's walls chalk white with debris scattered among it's base. You could just about make out the tufts of grass at it's peak, but the sheer size of the wall was daunting to the tallest of humans let alone a goblin or pixie.

However, if either decided to move they would see they made no footprints and if they tried to remove something they would find themselves with an unwavering resilience. It was if you couldn’t change this place, as much as you wanted too, or willed it. Nothing would budge. Yet another oddity was that the area appeared to be vacant of all humanoid life beside Liandra and Manny, a variety of sea birds dawdled among rocks and in the sky but otherwise you could see nothing of distinct life.

This message was last edited by the player at 17:41, Tue 27 May 2014.

Manny
 player, 45 posts
 Minion for hire
Tue 27 May 2014
at 16:52
Re: The Glowing Plaza
White light suffused all of creation. Terrifying and awesome, it was perceived not so much by the naked eye as it was felt upon the mind like the lifting of a veil. Before its brilliance fled all sensation. In its wake came nothingness.

Manny screamed but there was no voice with which to produce a sound. There was no Manny. There was only dazzling oblivion. The end of time. The end of self.

And then, like a memory emerging from the shrouds of the mind, returned the senses; sound, touch, scent, sight. The world suddenly manifest was impossibly vibrant.  A forlorn seascape, perfectly imperfect and utterly immutable like a moment crystallized in time.

The surging surf welled up around his ankles but left not so much as a ripple in the water where he stood. Manny took a shuddering step forward. He could feel every grain of sand beneath his tread, and yet his footprint made no sound. It left no impression either. It was as though he could bear witness to this alien realm, but the world could not recognize him in turn. He didn't belong here.

"Is you seein' this, Mousey?" he asked uncertainly, for Evarri seemed to have disappeared. "Where does you 'fink we are?"
Liandra Baobab
 player, 81 posts
Tue 27 May 2014
at 17:56
Re: The Glowing Plaza
The white light and the wave of cold rushing through her small body made Liandra flinch. She crouched low on Evarri's shoulder and she dug her claws into her skin, waiting for the sensation passed. As if an instinct Liandra clawed at the empty nothingness hoping to scare it away. It was terrifying losing all your senses. The pixie cried out but nothing escaped her mouth.

Then her senses came back. Liandra peered around the world that slowly revealed itself, and it was beautiful. Liadra had seen the ocean before, but nothing as picturesque as this. The dingy harbor of the city was nothing close to this. Jumping off Evarri's shoulder, who had seemed to disappeared, Liandra softly landed in the sand. Liandra scurried around the sand, sniffing the fresh salty air, listening to the birds in the distance. She didn't noticed the sand not shifting beneath her feet. Manny's question barely even registered to the pixie.

Turning to the goblin, the pixie's face was aglow. This was the first time in a long time that Liandra felt... not as homesick. Sure the forests outside the city were big but they felt contaminated. The bigums rush about it heading off to the stupid war. This seaside felt untouched, as if it was trapped in time.

"This is amazing! I don't care where we are." She ran over to Manny's feet.
Evarri Verleden
 player, 102 posts
 Nydelisien Force
Tue 27 May 2014
at 19:29
Re: The Glowing Plaza
A soft pitter patter of footsteps entering the edge of the swash could be heard to the north of them. Soon a small shadowed figure came into view, it running headlong toward the pair though it appeared oblivious to them. As it neared you could see two slithers the shade of bisque beneath, a dimmed shade of grey just above stretching up. Finally, it was topped off with a small crescent of copper.

The shape kept coming closer, the sound of feet hitting water becoming louder the outline of this vague shape now defined. It was a girl, auburn haired and dressed in a commoners dress, a harsh grey in contrast to the beach surroundings. The girl in question didn’t seem plighted by this however, a large grin on her face as she kept up her pace soon to meet with the smaller pair. The figure now only a dozen or so meters away could easily be distinguished as a child, no older then the age of ten.

The child finally came to a halt, now only a mere meter away from the pixie which scurried about the goblin’s feet. The auburn haired child raised its right hand between heavy breaths only to give it a little shake – commonly referred to as a wave. “G’day to you!” The child beamed,  “It's amazing here, right? So many pretty birdies!” She exclaimed, eyes alight with a pure serenity which only came from a moment of utter bliss.

This message was last edited by the player at 19:29, Tue 27 May 2014.

Manny
 player, 47 posts
 Minion for hire
Tue 27 May 2014
at 19:42
Re: The Glowing Plaza
"Is that you, Miss Evarri?" the little goblin exclaimed in amazement, although he was quite certain this was the case. All of the expressions and intonations were there - just sort of younger. "My, but wasn't you the sweetest little gaffer. Where has you brought us to then?"

Manny paused here and took another look around the expansive vista, his gaze traveling across the open miles and back to the rounded face before him.

"Only its not a where, is it? More like a when sort of 'fing. Right?"

This message was last edited by the player at 19:45, Tue 27 May 2014.

Evarri Verleden
 player, 103 posts
 Nydelisien Force
Tue 27 May 2014
at 20:12
Re: The Glowing Plaza
“This is my most favourite-ist beach. Just a bit east of my village.” The child spun on her heel, bangs cascading right as the girl pointed in the direction she had come from only to revert to her original position looking at the two. One of the girl’s brows arched at the Manny’s insight, her grin turning into a very broad smile. “This Goblin is clever, very, very, very clever. Ten years ago, bit more maybe I hope this place looks the same, but it probably don’t.”  An exasperated sigh escaped the small girl, as if she were suddenly weighted by more than a child ever should be.

A moment later though, her shoulders rose up and her eyes brightened as she looked over the ocean blue. “It looks like this now though, in me.” Evarri merrily patted her chest, gesturing to her heart. “Or maybe here.” She added, now jabbing an index finger into her forehead. “Same both ways!” A piece of gleeful laughter took the child her cheeks flooding red from the mirth alone.

Manny
 player, 48 posts
 Minion for hire
Tue 27 May 2014
at 20:32
Re: The Glowing Plaza
"Your village what B-" the goblin began but hurriedly cut himself off lest the spell be broken and the world revert to its proper, unidealized state. He wasn't ready to go back there quite yet...

"Sure is beautiful, Miss," he continued wistfully."Very loverly sort of place to keep in your 'eart."

"And kind of you to share a 'fing like this,"
he added almost apologetically as though he'd been caught prying into affairs that were none of his concern.
Liandra Baobab
 player, 83 posts
Tue 27 May 2014
at 21:25
Re: The Glowing Plaza
The little pixie's eyes lit up. "You can go where your mind pleases and make it real?" Liandra rushed over to the younger Evarri. "If you can do this sort of thing why would you not want to stay?" If Liandra had her way she would go back to the time where her forest was still intact, and live in the dream. Like so many of those druid's she had met, meditating for weeks without food or drink.

"You said your village burnt down! And and..." Liandra rushed up the girls leg so she can perch herself on the young girl's shoulder. She leaned out as far as she could so that she may look Evarri right in the eyes. "Your homesick ain't you? If it was me, I would live in my head. Keep staying her where it is nice and not overrun with bigums. Before the place got destroyed. Instead you ran away and never returned. Why?" There were so many questions rushing around in the pixie's head. The one she wanted to ask the most is if the red haired woman could take Liandra inside her mind. Take her to the forest she remembers, where the biggest tree that ever stood still stands healthy and strong.