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 Kingdom Hearts Roleplay, Location: Rolaplay Land =D
Anaia
Posted: Apr 12 2009, 12:48 AM


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Hazel eyes took in everything around her. Neon lights around every sign, one telling her that she was in the 1st district. The busy people walking to and from their destinations and to others.

Seemed to be from all walks of life, all different worlds that were swallowed by darkness. Tall, short, young, old. Animals or human, it seemed not to matter. Darkness held no prejudice.

Traverse town was certainly lively, and the girl who walk into the world hoped that she could find what she was looking for. Alxen Firebane was determined to scour this place in every nook and cranny.

And probably herd someone into helping her.

(( OOC: AND HERE WE ARE! THE KICK OFF! Not a long post but a basic vague-ness that people can walk into. ^_^ Hope it's good for anyone starting. Please enjoy this rp and have fun! ))
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Gin
Posted: Apr 13 2009, 12:18 AM


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Bubble streams up a the glass window, it was so quite, except for the instruments around even so Arc was used to them now, it felt great with a rest, it was not that often that he woke up and looked around, today though his fingers was tingling, making this sensational feeling crawl into his.


*?, Who, it can't be, this... No, Darkness devoured them a long time ago... As did it with me... I gotta look into this...* even so, Arc had to be capsuled, it was to his knowledge, that... If he was needed those in need would find him, cause after all, it is destiny.
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LordFaust
Posted: Apr 15 2009, 02:06 PM


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Kaal woke up as usual in the woods.

He found out that the old man was gone.

"Hmm he must've been up early, I should find him." Kaal told himself and went off into the woods, it didn't take long til he heard the old man scream.

"Uh... what the.." Kaal stated and ran towards the scream.
"Old maan" He said as he came to the old man which were lying on the ground badly wounded.

"eh... who did... this?" He asked the man.
"D..arkn..ess" The old man replied.

"Darkness?" Kaal questioned.

The old man crawled in pain and then stopped moving at all as he passed away.

"Geh..... AAAAAAAAAHHH!" Kaal screamed in anger and pain as tears fell down to the ground below him.
Dark energy formed creatures around him, as he opened his eyes he saw them with yellow eyes and black bodies.

"It... it was you, wasn't it?" He said as he called upon his keyblade out of wood, from nowhere it appeared in his hand.

"I'll make you pay, your kind ain't welcome... admit it, you're heartless huh!" Kaal asked them, but with no respons given.

They began mobilizing an attack against Kaal.
"Hm.. try me, I will make you go away forever, it won't matter how long it takes... you took away my master!" Kaal said and spun his keyblade.

He quickly attacked one of the heartless with a 3 slash combo, it then layed down on the ground and disappeared.

Another heartless threw itself upon Kaal's back and tried to wrestle him down.
Kaal tried to shake it off but another one was on it's way to attack Kaal with a blade formed energy as an arm. Kaal blocked the first attack and pushed it away slightly, then it attack one more time and Kaal turned his back to the attack and had the heartless that tried to wrestle him down getting killed by it's heartless comrade.

"Tss.. piece of cake!" Kaal said and then finished off the third and last one.

He just got to breathe out and another but larger wave appeared around him.

"You got to be kidding me!" He told himself, and prepared to embrace the battle.

After getting rid of a large number of Heartlesses, it came to him that this would probably end bad, he was tierd and bruised as they just kept on coming.

Suddenly a number of explosions blasted around him taking out huge numbers of heartlesses.

"Wha.. whadda?" He said amazed and looked out to see an airship.

A man with a cigarette in his mouth and two crew members stood in it, one with spikey hair, one pretty huge guy with a gun for an arm.

"Yo get up here" the man with the cigarette said as he threw a spear down towards another heartless, the man with the spikey hair threw down a ladder.

Kaal grabbed the ladder and began climbing up as the airship began rising.

When Kaal was up he recieved a greeting from all of them.

"Welcome aboard highwind" The man with the cigarette said.

"This is Cloud and Barret" The man with the cigarette said pointing first at the man with the spikey hair, then at the man with the gun as an arm.

"Me... I'm Cid" The smoking man said.

"... th thank you so much." He told the 3 strong heroes.

"No problem" Barret told Kaal and gave him a smile.

"We will take you to a friend of ours, your Keyblade will help him out." Cloud said.

"That's d*mn straight" Cid told Kaal.

"Huh... why me, my keyblade is just plain wood for all I know" Kaal told the 3.

"Heh, well yeah if Yggdrasil is just plain wood then sure, but it's not... it's enchanted. We will take you to Yggdrasil first, then to our friend." Cloud told Kaal.
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Vaidia
Posted: May 6 2009, 07:11 PM


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((Whooo, in the game I am. Sorry it took a bit long, school is busy.))

Pain… Throbbing, agonizing, terrible, head pain. Why was there pain? Today wasn’t a training day, and it had been years (well, one) since any sibling of hers dared play some… bloody prank or even dare mess with her. Had they decided to shorten their life span by the remainder of now? What newt of a sister was extremely lucky that whatever they did hurt so ruddy much, her life was extended. Oh, was she going to kill that brat… well, at least mostly. Committing sistercide was an act punishable by death, via angry mother and furious father. Getting killed herself would lead nowhere happy, well not counting the few minutes of her own demise where revenge was being cherished. Oh, why oh why did her head ache so? Perhaps she should open her eyes and try to find out?

Mar groaned softly as she attempted to open her eyes, the physical recognition of the world bringing many more pains of the body with each moment of consciousness. Every fiber seemed to detest waking, screaming fire wreathed complaints as she slowly forced herself to become aware of her surroundings. The ground was a relentless solid beneath her, its dense and unsympathetic surface likely part of the cause of her discomfort. With another groan, the girl attempted a move, flopping in a roll onto her back with distinct “oof” and clenching her hands into fists. Grit collected on her hands as fingers with nails unevenly trimmed scrapped on the ground, occasionally catching on a gap in the stonework. A distant thought nagged at her mind at the lecture she would get if, once again, she went back home looking as if she had a fight with an angry hitchermoose in a mud pit. That would be, of course, after she was killed for killing…

Home.

The thoughts of open skies and boxed in classrooms vanished, replaced with the blurred vision of starlit night and city street of what appeared to be a rather unconvincing reality. The former seemed much more likely where she should be, Mar never before setting foot in a city, especially one that seeming to be so… strange. A towering building of at least three stories towered above her stably; and from the looks of the cheerily lit windows, was occupied. Anyone of their right mind in her village would not enter anything that tall without a substantial dare of money backing them; anything being more than two stories being an archeological masterpiece. Of course, there where such buildings in cities, but she lived nowhere near one… which lead to two solutions. One: she had gained mysterious teleporting abilities and the soreness was result from using it/prior sabotage, or two; hallucination. There was one good way to check if she was going bonkers in the sight department, and that was a good eye-rub.

“Bugger,” Mar muttered sharply, one eye now watering from the dirt so conveniently grated into it by her hand, and then she repeated herself as a fresh surge of pain waifed through her in response to the movement. She blinked a few more times, allowing an irritated tear to stream down her cheek, finally clearing her vision. The night sky remained, as did the probably unsafe building. The girl sighed, and repeated herself a third time. Why did she have to develop random teleporting abilities at such an inconvenient time? With what— —she was almost a psychic. She hated psychics, with their silly stuck up ‘I am the best, newt’ ways, it just infuriated her. Gits.

Just to figure out where she was now, and how to get home. Then rub it in her siblings faces that she developed a new power and saw a city. Oh, would they jealous. Perhaps that would be enough of a revenge on whoever pranked her like this, the pain, which considering it, she should be trying to deal with. Yes, before the grand adventure begins, one must first stand up. And then walk. Maybe even run. Perhaps skip, too, if the mood would strike, though she was never much of a…

Mar snapped her eyes open, the alien surroundings unfortunately snapping back into focus. Goodness, she almost fell back to sleep there. Who knew what could happen after that? These cities were supposed to have all sorts of folk, some of them rather unpleasant. Minding the fact, if any of them did try to… they would come out worse off the lights— Again! Yes, she best act now, else this… plague of the unconsciousness would seize her and he whispered… Blast!

Whispering a strand of curses that would do her mother shame under her breath, Mar heaved herself into a sitting position, planting her hands onto the ground as beams of support. Her head spun, throbbed, and threatened to dissolve any link of wakefulness she still had. She was running on will power alone, knew it and did not worry one bit. She didn’t gain the position as top dog amongst her siblings by asking nicely; it was all fight. And, fight she did against the chills and oobie-goobies that came with making such a bold move. Who knew that sitting could be such a challenge? The last time she had this many issues was Fey Fever after the day-long training marathon—Thunk.

Once again, Mar felt herself drift away. It seemed sitting was not enough to keep her awake. That left drastic measures: standing. And, lucky for her, she happened to collapse against something that would very much help her: a barrel. By putting the two together, she had a solution. A-maz-ing. A miracle, even. She must be a genius, one who needed—

“—to get her lazy bum up and act,” Mar uttered fiercely, an irritation at herself for continued lack of obedience adding to the willful fuel that now propelled her to flop her arms onto the barrel and, with a strained intake of air, heaved herself to her feet. She wobbled for a moment, and almost fell, but caught herself on the barrel, slurring out a more few ill-tempered curses. She looked around, once again, at the surroundings of the city. She may need another support to catch herself with, if her walking remained so poor and if her vision remained so loopy. What could certainly be a calming and pleasant thistle of scenery was something quite obnoxiously obscure. Layered rings formed around every light source, and some seemed quite multi-colored, though that could be actual town scenery. Who knew? She didn’t, but there was thing she was certain of and that was—

“—to get her lazy bum moving and act,” the girl mumbled, pushing herself away from the barrel and wobbling forward. Each step seemed to disagree more and more with her body. Whether it be the spinning of her vision, the sharp jabbing pain in her head, the nausea that slowly waddled down to her stomach (and hopefully not bringing anything up), or the pain of her legs themselves. Yet, that was just… soreness, the ache of her body (keep walking forward). The real culprit (step) in this mess was (step) the smarting that was emitting (careful, with that step) from her head.

Straining an arm (and hand) up, Mar reached to where the (stepping here) soreness seemed centralized. Her fingers (step) expected to meet the thick bristle of hair; instead was a matted mess of crusted something… and an unpleasant dampness. A fierce, electric jolt shot through her as she touched that-which-should-be-hair, the pain cascading away from where this wound was, as if someone had taken barbed wire and dragged it through each blood vessel of her body starting from the head. Needless to say, Mar stumbled, nearly losing her footing and falling. A sharp gasp, and muffled whimper of pain forced themselves from her mouth as she found herself leaning against the top of a rail for a stairway with no recollection of getting to it or, for that matter, even seeing it. Was this silly bump on the head really messing with her so much? It couldn’t be that bad, could it (if the people gaping at her like oxygen deprived fish weren't an indicator)? Dreadingly, the girl looked down at her hand, and saw it shaking before realizing her entirety was gripped with a woozy shiver not born from cold. Yet, it was not this that made her gasp feebly, her knees lock, and her body crumple onto the ground: it was the sight of the blood on her hand from the rather unplesant gash-something upon the back of her head.

Bugger.
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Anaia
Posted: May 6 2009, 08:33 PM


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Just after a minute of seeing the fallen girl some people shook their heads and mumbled on about something or another and continued on their way as if nothing had ever occurred at all while others remained in a fix as to what to do.

A bad taste was left in her mouth, and Alxen didn't like it. Already this place gave her the chills and the state of the poor girl... woman... made her feel just that much more disturbed.

Feet carried her onward looking about to see if there was anything she could do at all.. Plenty of people, yes, but no one else seemed to want to lend a hand.

Murmurers from passersby...

'Really, someone needs to call for help... she looks really hurt.'

'I bet it is those black creatures again. They are always causing trouble.'

More mutterings about heartless seemed to follow after the last, but Alxen ignored those. Her feet carried her now to the feminine form curled up in what seemed to be a fetal position.

Eyes grew wide with worry and panic after seeing more of the state the girl was in. She rushed forward, "Oh my goodness! Are... are you alright?" dropping down to the side of this girl she saw the blood and then looked around to see if there was anything close or available to try and rest the girl on.

Nothing at all.

Gods, this girl was a down right mess, wasn't she?

Frowning she stood and murmured, "I'll help you... just hold on..." raising her hand up in the air a blade appeared. A writhing bits of orange and violet flames up a shaft with an axed tip. The keychain dangled down from it and Alxen called out in a loud and clear voice, "CURAGA!"

A green light began to emit and engulf the injured girl in hopes that it would heal her and put her in a right state once more.
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Vaidia
Posted: Jun 17 2009, 01:57 AM


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((I LIVE!!!!!))

Pain… Throbbing, agonizing, terrible, head pain. Why was there pain? Today wasn’t a training day, and it had been years (well, one) since any sibling of hers dared play some…

Wasn't this familiar?

...physical recognition of the world bringing many more pains of the body with each moment of consciousness. Every fiber seemed to detest waking, screaming fire wreathed complaints ...

Hadn't she already--

The thoughts of open skies and boxed in classrooms vanished, replaced with the blurred vision of starlit night and city street...

Home.

That was right...

...as if someone had taken barbed wire and dragged it through each blood vessel of her body starting from the head.

...city street and bells. Warmth, voices speaking, but to her? Where-- no, she already knew that. Didn't she? Was knowing that you didn't know where you were still knowing? A city... that's right, she teleported to a city, and all her siblings were going to be jealous of her. And if they weren't, she'd make them.

Oh yes, wasn't she in pain?

The once fierce and terrible ache had seemed to of vanished, leaving only the wincing memory and the expectation to feel its hot-iron clamp on mind and body once again. It was almost odd, being in this strange place without one of the things she'd come here with. Not that it was something to complain about; by all means she would be jumping up and down in jubilation from whatever, whoever had...

Did this mean she was cured? Her mom was good at curing people, the best she knew (well, she was the only one in her village). Perhaps she was back at home, and all that stuff was a hallucination. Even if it meant not being able to brag about having a new power (she could still salvage her city vision), it would be bleeding nice just to be home. Of course, not for the sibling brat who did this to her.

The ground was rigid beneath Mar, but her mind felt the various edges and jutting corners as the plush mattress of her home. The thin line of blurred vision shown in hues of wooden roof, rather than a saturation city lights. The air became seasoned with memories of noise, sounds of taste, and a stench of comfort. And, as her eyes and mind opened to absorb the entirety of this, the one who had healed her was the mother she missed so. A sloppy grin crossed the girls face as memory born strength raised her from the bed that was not there, and Mar did as she always did when her mother helped her so. A hug, tender embrace.

"Thanks, mom..."
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Gin
Posted: Jun 17 2009, 12:21 PM


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"Screw destiny..." Arc felt it already, he needed to get out of the capsule, a blast emitted through the capsule making a blast out finally releasing him,

"I have to get above ground again, they seem to be... Everywhere." He summoned his keyblade, *Welcome home friend* he thought and dashed out of the room, up from the basement and finally down a stair to the great hall, *Almost there* he thought rushing outside the mansion.

*Keep it up...*
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LordFaust
Posted: Jun 17 2009, 03:25 PM


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((ooc: i dunno what to do with Kaal....:())
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RagingSkyKing
Posted: May 26 2010, 08:52 AM


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*A Door to Darkness appears out of the silent hallway*

"Hehee, Now shall we have some fun?"
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Posted: May 27 2010, 10:56 AM


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The shadows around the room started to move by them selfs and
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