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In Godspeed! 2 mos ago Forum: Free Roleplay
Regulus had observed what was occuring on Galbar through the Reflection Well. He became concerned about the happenings that occured in his absence. Seidhara and Larwen could no longer be found through his scrying. Gremju had created a new foul demon from himself. A new god had been born, and with it, it has flooded with the world with a volatile substance through a maelstrom of energy. And for the briefest of times, he had thought that someone had stolen the moon, through it must have been the stress of the other events.

The lights of Menagerie Castle dimmed, and then went out in instance, and then returned. Looking upon the leaves of Yggdrasil, they were all a golden hue. The lights once again flashed, and he felt something welling inside of him. It burned.

All he could do was release it. In that instance, he opened his mouth and there was the deafening sound of thunder. After of which, the light returned to the castle. Appearing back to Yggdrasil, the tree once again had leaves of ruby, sapphire, and emerald. But they were in different positions than before. The red leaves grow from the center of the tree, and to their right was the blue leaves, and to their left was the green leaves.

Before him was what he had conjured, a tiny spark of electricity. It began to spark and grow and float into the air. It quickly had grown and shaped itself into the form of a monstrosity bird, growing slightly larger than the tallest Sylvan. The lightning began to snap and crackle, as it came together to form a body for the creature. Other than its size, it had the appearance of a common hawk, other than that it had both blue and brown feathers, and its eyes were deep red and lightning would occasionally jump off from its wings.

Aurum was curious as to what was happening when the lights went off, and the strange sound, and so was draw to Yggdrasil’s chamber. When he saw the giant bird, he was immediately interested. It had wings like a griffin, but was quite different. He was drawn to it, and began to walk towards it without Regulus noticing he had entered the room as he was preoccupied.

The monstrous bird was startled by the presence of this new entity, and flung its wing backs and threw them forward, sending a bolt of lightning towards Aurum. Regulus quickly noticed this, and then noticed Aurum, and he quickly interposed himself between the blast, absorbing the brunt of the attack, but some of the lightning arc'd past him and hit Aurum.

Regulus threw his hands towards the creature, and it immediately went still, landing gently on the ground. He then turned his attention to Aurum. After quickly checking him over, he was mostly fine, but there was a burn on his right arm, just above his elbow, from where the lightning hit him.

Regulus went to heal the wound, but he was to drained of energy. He then took his spear and began to walk over towards the bird with his spear drawn, until he heard Aurum’s voice, “Please don’t hurt it.”

Regulus tensed his grip on the spear, and then loosened it, putting it to its side. This was one of his creations, he should not just destroy it. But it is to dangerous to leave within the castle. It is possible that he would have use for the creature later. He turned to Aurum, and nodded, “Very well. But it can not stay within the castle.”

He went over and touched the bird and spoke, “I name you the thunderbird. For now, you will go to the Island Turtle, and roost there, defending it and it’s young. That is your task for now.” he said, and it disappeared, only to reappear in the cave on Galbar. The thunderbird then took flight.

In Godspeed! 3 mos ago Forum: Free Roleplay
It is fine, there is something I wanted to do, but it can be saved for later. I just don't know what to do with Regulus/Aurum in absence of that collab.
In Godspeed! 3 mos ago Forum: Free Roleplay
Well, I am pretty sure Seidhara is the patron of redheads.
In Godspeed! 3 mos ago Forum: Free Roleplay
If no-one else wants to be his parent, and he is fine with it. I can have Regulus do it.
In Godspeed! 3 mos ago Forum: Free Roleplay
Regulus set to work on his final piece of preparation. He was going to create a castle, and castles require attendants. A part of Regulus want to create his children once he was in the safety of the castle, but Yggdrasil convinced him his children should be of the world should they ever wish to return to it.

One by one, he formed his children. He took wood from Yggdrasil, and molded it in his hands like clay. He took the slightly bit of dirt and sprinkled it on the wooden figurine. Taking a piece of cloth from his own clothing, he then took the scrap and placed it against the figurine back. Finally, he would take one of the leaves of Yggdrasil and press it into the figurine, and once he did, the statue began to glow, then grow, and shift.

He named his children the Sylvan. They were tall, lithe human-like creatures made of flesh and blood. One could easily mistake them for humans if not for colored markings that ran across there torso, arms and face. He created a breeding pair for each color of Yggdrasil leaves, creating them in order : Green female, Green male, Red male, Red female, Blue female, Blue male. Each Sylvan had a hair-color and eye-color of the same color as their lines, which the exception of the Green who had brown hair.

As he finished the blue male, Yggdrasil hummed to, “I have one more color of leaf. But I only have one of them.” she said, and the single gold leaf dropped from her branch, and so he created a golden male in the same way he had created the others.

As he created his children, they were drawn to Yggdrasil, and Yggdrasil granted them their name. Except his youngest child, who attempted to escape the safety of the cave before being stopped a griffin and Regulus lead him back to the tree to be named.

He looked around the cave and made sure that all of his Sylvan, and the griffins that followed him into the cave were still around. Once he completed the head-count, he took his spear and gently tapped it against Yggdrasil, creating a portal that opened in a bright flash of light, engulfed everything in the cave, and then closed in on itself.

Once Regulus had returned to regular space, he was in a large spacious castle, the roots of Yggdrasil running through it. He opened his divine sense, and it appeared nothing was lost in the journey. His Sylvan had made it, his griffins had made it, his reflection well had made it, and obviously his Yggdrasil made it. He named his realm, Menagerie Castle.

He would later resolve to make a food supply for his children and griffins in this castle, but for now, Yggdrasil could support the small population using its magic to sustain them.
He gathered up his children in the center room of the castle, a large corridor-like room that housed Yggdrasil at the far end of the hall. The room itself appeared more like a garden than anything you would expect instead a castle. He then assigned each of his children a role. He assigned the two Greens the task of maintaining the castle, and supporting Yggdrasil. He assigned the two Reds the task of defending the castle, and maintaining the Griffins. He assigned the two Blues the task of using the Reflection pool, and keeping an eye on the planet that they had just left. When he got to the his one golden children, he had nothing, and merely said, “I will assign your task later.” to which he appeared disappointed. But for now, he had alone all of his children to rest and play. They were just born, they should not immediately be put to work.

In Godspeed! 3 mos ago Forum: Free Roleplay
Regulus sat in his cave, pondering the three times. His focus caused him to lose his perception of time, he was unsure if minutes, hours, days, years, or decades had past while he sat in thought. What did it truly matter to a god. His focus was constantly pulled towards the fungus, and the question of whether he had a soul, and if he did, where did it come from.

In his mediation, he had felt his power return to him. Perhaps he could use his godly power to illuminate the answer. He took Anhur in his right hand, and Stormcaller in his left hand. Holding Anhur over the ley, a piece of wood grew from it and dropped on top of it. He then carefully poured some of the water from his horn on top of the ley, careful to keep the water spirit from splash out. He then imbued it with his divine essence, and demanded of it, “Show me my soul.”

A golden, crystalline leave sprouted from the ley. It was then followed by a emerald leaf, then a ruby leaf, and then a sapphire leaf. The moss then began to burst with emerald, ruby and sapphire leaves. The branch grew and contorted, growing branches that bound to the leaves, and grow root that buried themselves into the ground. The leaves organized themselves by color, the emerald leaves bunched up aligned with the trunk of the tree, to their right was the ruby leaves, and to their left was the emerald leaves. The tree hummed to life, it did not use words, but its message was clear, “I awaken Master Regulus.”

Regulus recognized the tree as his avatar. He felt a deep connection to the tree, far greater than even his connection to his griffins. But this was no place for his avatar, there was no room for it to grow, and the world was dangerous. As in response to his thoughts, it hummed, “You do not need to worry for me. There is a clear solution.”

The god nodded, “Yes, that will work. But I need more preparation.” He looked to the soul still in his horn. “I can’t very well leave you there can I.” to which to the tree hummed with an idea, “Yes, that can work.” he said, using his powers to mold the stone up around the base of the tree into a well and pouring the water into the basin, filling it beyond what water was actually in the horn. He then waved his spear over it and blessed it. “Water Spirit, I imbue your dormant form with purpose. You will grant those who gaze into the pools visions of distant areas, and be able to send messages to distant listeners.”

He looked up at his avatar, “You need a name, I name you Yggdrasil.”, to which the avatar hummed approvally.

In Godspeed! 3 mos ago Forum: Free Roleplay
@Kho In the next few turns, I am planning on creating shamanism. Since you (Kho) created animism, do you want to co-create it with me. I guess this could go to anyone, but Kho is the one that did the thing that set up shamanism. (And by shamanism, I mean full-on magic stuff with invoking nature spirits, though I guess spiritual stuff will also be there too)

@Double Capybara I do want to do a collab with Regulus and Kam, I will leave it to you when you want to do it. It could be this turn, next turn, or really whenever. If it is any time after this turn, I can have Regulus be the one that starts the conversation.
In Godspeed! 3 mos ago Forum: Free Roleplay
I want Regulus to eventually talk to Kap, and now that he is contemplating the nature of souls might be a good time.
In Godspeed! 3 mos ago Forum: Free Roleplay
Siehdhara has already given pretty much everything souls.
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