The tone of her voice suggested teasing, but Kael ignored it. "Thank you, miss." She couldn't be a player, not with those ears and tail. "Are you an AI?" From his senses, she felt like an AI. Sometimes Kael wondered if he was an AI, programmed to have memories of the real world. Memories that he was forgetting, not purposefully, it was just... happening.
"Yeah! You guys lookin' to party with a Wavemistress?" She asked coyly, twisting her hair around her little finger. Her staff was held firmly at her side, and she was looking innocently at the two players from her peripherals.
Post by Rhiannon Vega on Nov 10, 2005 13:44:20 GMT -5
She could already tell that this one wasn't going to be much of a talker. More of Linsaari's mind wandered back to her haven, where she began sorting the endless stream information that came in from the World. Hm... Destiny. It would appear that she was with the other player, Kael and his partner, Armand. Linsaari wondered if now might be the right time to approach her "daughter". Accident though she might be, Destiny was powerful. One it would be good to have as an ally.
Post by Skye Onasi on Nov 14, 2005 22:35:24 GMT -5
She must be an AI, but masquerading as a player. Or something like that. Kael nodded, that made sense, but said aloud, "That's right, Kael Swiftblade." He looked in the dungeon's direction. "Can we go now?"
Twindeath felt a slight shift in the tunnel of purple light in which he free falled. His grey eyes narrowed into a cold glare. Something had changed his course. Suddenly, a light. Below Twindeath the tunnel ended. His body left the tunnel. Bright light flooded his vision. He saw three black figures in the light. The two from the tavern, Twindeath reconized, but the third, the third was a stranger. He followed them. Silently, secretively. He looked back at the tunnel. It was still there. Strange, the tunnel was supposed to collapse as he left it. Twindeath realized something then. Glitch. His eyes narrowed even more into slits as he looked toward the trio in the dungeon. They have no clue what they're getting themselves into. Twindeath knew of glitches well. It was a glitch that had left him stuck in 'The World' and unconcience in the real world. He began to run. Towards the dungeon, the trio, the glitch. The run turned into a full-on sprint as he blew past the trio. His right hand shot backwards, grasping the Assassin Spear on his back. Passing by the NPCs, looking as if he were just running between them. When he broke through the last of the NPCs, they all fell and disappeared.
Post by Rhiannon Vega on Nov 17, 2005 16:21:26 GMT -5
Linsaari kept the tunnel open while she followed Twin. She felt surprised, Destiny was here. Walking past Destiny and her companions, she looked into her eyes, giving her a slight smile. I should get to know her better. She made a note to herself, putting it in the foremost part of her memory, so it would be easier for her to "remember" it. Make contact with Destiny, while she's alone. Linsaari broke into a trot after Twin through where the NCP's had been, drawing her weapon, in case anything jumped out at her.
Before he slammed into the 'shield', his mind raced, trying to think of an action. Having no time at all for a conclusion, he simply jumped. His scaled boots landed on the wall as he ran along it. His feet touched the ceiling just before the shield. He bent, skidding along the ceiling. Before the ceiling ended, Twindeath pushed off of it, landing safely on the ground with both feet. He kept sprinting. Twindeath looked behind him for once.
You don't know what's on the other side of this dungeon. I do.
He turned back, still sprinting. He skidded around a corner and began sprinting down long winding steps.
Armand tilted his head.He thought to himself "This girl has the disappearing and reappearing apilty.I thought i was the only one who knew this.Maybe i might keep this girl here for a little while longer."Armand disappeared and reappeared behind Destiny.