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...I'm crazy. Got a doctor's note and everything.

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Location: Sierra Trailhead
Skills: Plant Manipulation





Stella could feel the tears starting to roll down her cheeks as she blinked her eyes, and then looked to the side. She could feel her fingertips brush with Andy's as the other girl reached for her, and she reached for her as well. They both needed one another's strengths at that moment to hold up the sky, the two young girls holding the weight until the Titan could be wrestled back under it. Persephone slipped in and took the sky from them and Stella nearly fell over, and she wiggled her way out from under the sky. "Thank you sister." Stella whispered to her as she slipped out and then looked at the fight, wondering what she could do.

She watched as the titan was finally tugged and pushed under the sky, taking his place once more. She wanted to celebrate, as part of the task was complete, but the fight wasn't over. Stella was pretty much drained, but she couldn't just do nothing. She grasped her scythe once more and forced the plants to wrap around the cyclopses, trying to make it easier. She let the vines wrap around their legs, and hold them to their spots, holding them there and making them easy targets. She managed to tangle up five of the monsters, and dragged them to a halt in their tracks.




Location: Sierra Trailhead
Skills: Plant Manipulation + Strength and Animal Control





Stella was glad that Andy came over to help her, and frowned as she saw the grey streak appear in her hair as well. They would have twin streaks of grey in their hair, for gods knew how long. She could feel herself wavering for a bit, but as her strength began to fail her, she looked to Andy and then felt Arbor nuzzle in from behind, and urge her to hold on a little bit longer. Atlas was being knocked and dragged back towards the sky by the two gods, and that was good to see.

However, the sound of lightning and a sickening crack got Stella's attention and she watched as Jason flew into the wall and his body fell to the ground, rather lifelessly. From the way he fell, the way his body was twisted, Stella knew he was gone... the older demi-god she had been traveling with, the son of the God of War, was gone. "JASON! NO!" She felt tears rise up in her eyes as she looked around, hoping that someone could help him, one of the gods could bring him back, but somewhere in the back of her mind she knew better.




Location: Sierra Trailhead
Skills: Plant Manipulation + Strength and Animal Control





The wind was howling in her ears as Stella stood there with the weight of the sky upon her shoulders at that point. The fighting around her was almost muted by the sounds, and she almost could tune it all out until Mary came running over and demanded to know what she was doing. "Prophecy... it said one of us had to take it... Niah and Jason busy... I'll... I'll be fine." Stella offered a small but pained smile to Marygold as she stood there, willing the plants to help keep her stable even as she became a bit distracted talking to Marygold.

"Need both gods free to fight..." She was cut off from whatever thought was next by a cyclops charging in and knocking Mary back and into Stella. Stella could feel herself nearly topple and that weight above her was suddenly threatening to topple down and smother her, and everyone there. She steadied herself with the help of her plants and her pupper and focused on holding the sky back up and grunted a bit. She really needed someone to guide back Atlas soon, as she wasn't sure she could hold the sky up for too much longer.




Location: Sierra Trailhead
Skills: Plant Manipulation + Strength and Animal Control





Stella could only watch with wide eyes as her Goddess sister went flying with a bolt of the master bolt, being sent flying across into the wall. She let out a cry as the attacks started and seemed to ignore her. Maybe it was some kind of luck or some kind of sign? Those words she had just said earlier were echoing in her brain, and she knew it had to be one of the three of them. Jason and Mary were in the thick of Cyclopses and Niah, well, was also dealing with them. She could see an opening and she ran over to the god currently pinned under the roiling sky and knelt down next to him.

"Uh hi Mr. God of Boundries, sorry I don't know your name, but uh... give me the sky. Please? I'll take it for you so that you can be free, and go fight Atlas." Stella somehow knew this could go all wrong, that this could kill her, and she would never see her family ever again. However, if she didn't take this weight, the god would stay pinned and they needed the advantage.

"...Foolish mortal, but fine. Please take this burden!" Terminus said and with that Stella slipped under the sky and went to hold it up, willing the plants to help her. It wasn't often one could say they literally had the weight of the world on their shoulders, but for that moment, Stella did. It was heavy, painful, agonizing. She could see why Atlas hated this task, and he was a titan, so he probably could tolerate the pain better than her. As vines grew around her legs to help her, her puppy darted up and nuzzled up against her, adding his strength to hers. As she hefted the sky above her, a streak of grey appeared in the front of her hair, a sign of the burden she was currently taking on.




Location: Sierra Trailhead
Skills: N/A





"So, our quest, if I remember right is: 'To find the bolt, the child of the flower, war and oaths, one must save the God of Boundaries, carrying the weight of the sky in the seat of power of the titans.' So uh..." They had reached the Mountain, and the building in front of them. It was a rather imposing building, and Stella didn't like the feeling coming from it. As they entered the building it was dark, and cold. Stella reached down to pet her little wolf, as he didn't seem to like it inside there as well. They entered the large room and the scene inside sent chills up and down her spine.

There were two men in the room that drew her eyes first. One was pinned by what looked liked the sky, crushed by the weight of the sky. The other was the man in the suit, looking smug and holding a crackling bolt of lightning. If the quest was right, the guy being pinned was the God of Boundaries, and the one in the throne was the Titan, Atlas. Either her, Jason, or Niah would have to hold up the sky to free the God, if the prophecy was right. "Oh boy... this isn't good."




Location: Sierra Trailhead
Skills: N/A





Stella was glad that someone had heard her asking for help, and when Niah came over, she did as she was instructed. She did wince a bit as the wound was cleaned up, but that was normal, as it stung. Thankfully that was over quickly and she was munching on the ambrosia piece. It reminded her of her otou-san's miso soup, the one he made every day for her and her father. The one she remembered having for every time she had been ill or had a sore throat. It made her miss her father's even more painfully in that moment, and she had to blink away tears.

"Thank you Niah, that feels loads better. And thank you Andy for the supplies." Stella stretched a bit, her back feeling much better, and the wound having healed up, no longer causing her issues or bleeding. Sure, her shirt was ruined, but that was alright for the moment. They did need to get moving. "I'm ready when everyone else is. Thank you for waiting."




Location: Sierra Trailhead
Skills: N/A





Stella could tell that the fight was still going on for the moment, until... that loud cry of pain and the shower of monster dust that had been the leader of the werewolves. The fight was quickly over at that, with the rest of the werewolves running off now that they lost their leader and pack alpha. She was thankful for that, as she wasn't sure if she could keep fighting right then and there at that point. She put her scythe away and winced a bit as her back was still aching a bit and bleeding.

"B...before we move on, uh... can I have a bit of that stuff that is suppose to heal me? I know we got a bit when we left and I can't... remember which is which." Stella could feel her back getting stickier, and she didn't even want to know how bad it was. Maybe she was making a bit of a mountain out of a molehill, but she had never really experienced anything like this before. She really wanted to make sure she was in the best condition, since there was another fight coming up, that was for sure.




Location: Sierra Trailhead
Skills: Scythe Attack and Pup Attack





Stella had been riding a bit of the adrenaline high from killing that first werewolf that had grabbed her to notice the other one behind her. Maybe it was something about not really having any good combat training before leaving, but this was the second time an enemy got her back, but this time was worse. She let out a cry as the claw dug in and tore apart her flesh, leaving a nasty gash that was bleeding. She could barely remember that they had something that might fix that in their packs as the pain ran up and down her body. It stung and burned at the same time, and she could feel tears swelling up in her eyes.

Arbor turned and growled and lept at the werewolf that had just attacked his master. This attack landed with a minor bite to the werewolf's arm, causing him to reel a bit. Stella turned to face that same one and lunged forward, stabbing at the monster with another attack, which landed true. The werewolf disappeared with a howl and a poof of dust. Stella reached behind herself to feel her back and felt something sticky and warm and wobbled a bit. "That's...not...good..."




Location: Sierra Trailhead
Skills: Scythe Attack and Pup Attack





Stella had thought she had been ready for an attack, watching the werewolves move in around them. However, it seemed that she hadn't been ready for one to come from behind her, as it snuck in behind her and lifted her up from behind. "Put me down!" She cried out as the wolf turned to carry her off to the castle ahead of them. She swung wildly at that point, her first blow missing as she was more panic flailing at that point. She didn't want to be carried off and away, or worse. Could these things change her? Werewolves were real too, so what was to stop her from becoming one as well?

Arbor seemed to realize what was going on and chased after the wolf, snapping at the werewolf at that point. Stella could hear her pet and decided to swing again. This time the scythe hit, managing to land a pretty bad blow. The werewolf cried out in pain, dropping Stella, and dropping a bit, and presenting its neck to Arbor. The plant wolf took the chance, and dashed in and landed a strong bite on the werewolf's neck. With a painful yelp and cry, the werewolf vanished in a shower of gold dust, like any slayed monster. "Good boy." Stella reached over to brush some of the dust off of him before she dashed to join back with the others to help them.




Location: Sierra Trailhead
Skills: N/A





Stella turned the scythe over and over in her hands, feeling the smooth handle in her hand, and traced the indents in the heft of it. She took step after step, even as her pup seemed to hide behind her, as if he sensed what was up ahead. Stella reached down and pet his head, to try to calm him as she heard the howling as well, and her steps started to go slower as her body tensed up. These howls didn't sound friendly and it clearly didn't fill Arbor with feelings of friendship and welcome.

As they walked up and saw the pack of Lycans, Stella tensed up, especially as he spoke. His voice sounded wrong. Everything about them was just wrong. She held Arbor close to her, and her eyes narrowed. He was clearly trying to get a rise out of Niah, and Stella could tell that this wasn't going well. He had done something to one of her friends. Was it the same friend that was gone? She didn't know. She couldn't ask now. All she could do was hold her scythe tighter and wait, and hope that this wouldn't turn to fighting. It probably would... but she could hope.
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