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I am a Japanese-American (half-Japanese on my mother's side) with a twin half-sister. Yes, you read that right. To explain it real quick, during mom's monthly, she dropped 2 eggs instead of 1 after 2 (or more) guys took her to bed. Each egg was impregnated by a different man's sperm.

Anyways, I'm a kind guy who really hates fighting. However, if I have to stop a fight, whether verbal or physical, I will. I'm here to have fun and be crazy with my OCs, new characters and even some canons. So far, my favorite RP I've been in on the site is the Multiverse reboot. As a whole, the Multiverse was 6 years old. I love the idea and have even used it (with a few minor changes here and there) for a few LARPs with my local friends RL.

Other than RP, I am also a Wiccan Witch following the path of Gaia and a hypnotist studying the varying effects of hypnosis on various age groups and am always taking willing volunteers.

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Sorry for disappearing. I'm back now. Still need to catch up in the IC before I post again.
Minamoto Yoshitsune
Level 5 [34/50]
Redstone City - The Baur - High Hrothgar - Ice Tunnel

Level 3 [20/30]
Redstone City - The Baur - High Hrothgar - Ice Tunnel

@Lugubrious@Dawnrider@DracoLunaris@Archmage MC@Yankee@TheDemonHound@Dark Cloud

As the samurai and the keybearer argued, it seemed their allies figured out a solution to the problem as their argument was interrupted by a large sneeze that blew each of them back a couple feet. Yoshitsune ran over to see if Midna was ok while Sora ran to the cave, looking at the bear.

When the bear spoke, both were startled. Yoshitsune readied himself to draw his weapons if he needed, though it seemed he didn't. Sora stood with his mouth hanging open in surprise and confusion.

For the most part, they stayed away from each other as they followed the party. Yoshitsune chose to stick close to the Twilight Princess as Sora moved up near Big Band.

As Midna was lighting the lanterns, the oriental warrior stuck to the middle of the path, though never far from his ally. Upon her gathering a treasure of knives, he eyed them himself with curiosity. "They seem to be good weapons," he said, passing her shoulder.

At some point, the group had lost a few members. Seeing Midna was among the missing, the swordsman looked at the friendship bracelet. He grew concerned at the dull glow but grew more and more relieved when he noticed it glowing brighter, meaning his friend was getting closer.

Eventually, they reached a stone building, one that looked ancient compared to even the samurai's time. The men inside didn't seem friendly nor did they seem hostile.

At least, not until one of them actually greeted them.

"An inner tunnel. Without the wind, I should at least be able to give off some warmth," Yoshitsune replied, drawing his fire blades.

Sora, in curiosity, looked at the other Greybeards. "Can they talk?" he asked Arngeir.

"They lost their normal voices long ago to the Thu'um," Arngeir replied. "They can only shout now. Even a whisper in the Thu'um can be deadly if used accidentally or incorrectly."

"What's the Thu'um?" Sora asked in curiosity.

"The dragon tongue. They speak and create truth. You speak the word for fire and your next breath becomes flames."

"Can I learn it?"

"I do not doubt that you could, had you the time. I believe you need to join your allies when they travel on. My apologies."

With a shrug, Sora moved to one of the fires, sitting next to Tora and Poppi. Upon hearing their conversation, he looked at Arngeir. "You can ask him. I did. He said something about the Thu'um that I don't really understand."


As the heroes began traveling through the cave, Yoshitsune stuck closer to Midna, not wanting her to get lost again. He held his flaming swords, giving them and wherever else was close enough some heat.

As they approached the icey bridge, Yoshitsune frowned. Turning to Sectonia, he sheathed his swords and bowed slightly. "My apologies," he began, "but would you be willing to carry me across? I fear my wheels are not good for this path and they would be much too loud for me to try to make this a quick pass."

Sora, on the other hand, just began walking across as if there was no problem. He stayed quiet as he looked at the giant's head, passing right past it, and continued to the opposite side. He waved back once he was safely on the other side.
Minamoto Yoshitsune
Level 5 [33/50]
Tostarena Town - Redstone City

Level 3 189/30]
Tostarena Town - Redstone City

@Lugubrious@Dawnrider@DracoLunaris@Archmage MC@Yankee@TheDemonHound@Dark Cloud

Yoshitsune wasn't the happiest with Jesse's answer but it was an option. He thanked her with a nod before moving to meet with the others. They had a long way ahead of them still.

On the racetrack, Yoshitsune used his Kamui levels to perfectly dodge the oncoming traffic, though he did choose to stay near one side to, hopefully, reduce the number of racers approaching him. Sora, on the other hand, merely cast aero on himself, allowing him to move slightly faster and be slightly shielded. Neither of them left the track unharmed. As he saw some of the others get hit, especially Tora, the keybearer used Cure to heal his allies. Eventually, they made it past the track.

Upon arriving at the giant sleeping bear, Sora approached slowly and cautiously. Instead of trying to find a way to wake the bear, the teenager began attempting to squeeze around it. It didn't work. The samurai chose to begin looking for an alternate path up, though found none that wouldn't be extremely hard for most of the party, himself included. It seemed nobody could think of anything yet.

"I hate the idea," Yoshitsune began, "but we could try to defeat it without waking it. I'm not seeing another way unless someone can speak with animals. Or unless this beast is intelligent."

"Out of the question!" Sora quickly replied. "He's just trying to sleep. How would you feel?"

"We don't have time for feelings," the samurai sighed.

"What about flight?" The keybearer asked, motioning towards the giant bee queen.

"And how many trips would it take for those who can fly to carry the rest of us up to somewhere we can walk again?" the feudal era man asked, motioning towards everyone else.

Delsin Rowe
Level 2 [8/20]
Carcass Isle

With the murlocs in the immediate area taken care of, Bowser seemed willing enough to help Delsin recharge. Once the flames were rolling, Delsin stuck out his hands. "Like this," he replied to the turtle as all the flames were sucked into his hands, recharging him completely.

Then there was the largest fish monster. Delsin tok a few shots but didn't feel like he helped much in that fight. "I gotta catch up," he said with a smile, offering each of them a high-five.

Once the battlefield was cleared of all monsters, it seemed as if they were gonna travel again. Just as they were about to set out, a strange but familiar feeling washed over the Conduit before he was floating again, his eyes glowing orange until he landed. With a shout of joy and victory, Delsin quickly tried out his new ability: grenade.

Seeing the small explosion he'd made, he immediately knew how to utilize it best. "That's never happened without a core relay before," he said to himself, looking at his hands.

As everyone began climbing down the ladder, Delsin jumped down on the opposite side of the well, letting himself free fall until he needed to use the hovering ability from his flames to slow his descent, landing safely at the bottom. Looking around, he shuddered, "Horror much?"

He waited until everyone was down before asking, "Where to next?"

Sora held his hands up slowly. This girl in front of him seemed to carry her weapon on her side. Nothing like his friends back home… or Organization XIII for that matter. He took a quick glance around and saw a few of his allies.

“Looks like neither of us is alone. I don’t think this is the kind of place that we should fight in. Plus, I’d totally win.”

With the last line, he gave a slightly arrogant smirk and passed his thumb across his nose. Taking a more relaxed stance, his hands went behind his head, his left foot moving behind his right. “What’s your name?” he asked, both out of curiosity and cockiness.

He frowned at her reply and stood straight with his arms crossed. “Well, that’s not nice.” Turning away, he went to the counter.

“Do you have any potions?” he asked the man behind the counter, holding up one as an example. “I don’t want to run out.”

Upon being told it was a sports store, Sora looked at the man in confusion. With a shrug, he turned to leave the shop. "I'll look somewhere else."

As he left the shop, he glanced back at the girl again, not knowing what she was gonna do. "If you're lost, we could help you find who you're looking for," he said, though more out of hope and belief than any actual facts.

Upon leaving the shop, he was stopped by a giant bee. He'd seen her on the train and back in the last place they were in, but she was just now introducing herself. "Nice to meet you," he smiled, offering the queen a handshake.

After the royal giant insect accepted the handshake, he would simply smile and move on to the next shop, hoping to find someone selling potions. Whether he'd find them or not, he'd then begin heading back to the first shop to wait outside for anyone else heading to lunch.

Delsin Rowe
Level 1 [2/10]
Carcass Isle

Delsin cheered in victory for simultaneously taking out 2 of the monsters, though it immediately stopped as he looked down and cursed at the deep water below. Treading water, he looked around at the monsters. He couldn't fight like this.

Luckily, Link was quick to come to his rescue. "Thanks," he smiled, apparently standing on ice. Once he was out of the water and could fight again, he began rapidly dashing around, hoping to gather the monsters' attention on himself. Some, he had to shoot with a burst of flames or whack with his chain, but he got as many as he could.

While trying to daze one in front of him with a few on his tail, he ended up getting tossed in the air. It was then he took stock of what all they were fighting. Not only were there fish monsters, but there were also some bigger ones that looked like sharks, though they were quickly being dealt with, and some ball-shaped things that seemed to be self-replicating.

This wasn't going to be fast.

"I wish I had bigger attacks," he said to himself, grabbing another fish monster and throwing it into the group that was focused on him.

He found it relatively easy to keep the fish monsters’ attention on him, allowing the others to pick them off. When there were only a few left, he emptied his tank of fire blasts, killing any murlocs left. He was exhausted.

There were still the bouncing ball monsters but enough of the others seemed to have a handle on them. With what little energy he had left, he dashed over to Bowser’s side. “Hey, big guy,” he spoke, obviously out of breath, “is there any way you could start burning something so I can recharge?”
Delsin Rowe
Level 1 [2/10]
Carcass Isle

Delsin smiled at the giant turtle, who seemed actually a bit more friendly than he'd anticipated. When his handshake was accepted, the Conduit began to float for a second, seeing a small amount of Bowser's memories, just a handful of what would explain their current mission. When he returned from his mental trip, Bowser began introducing the rest of his crew.

Once Bowser was finished and left him, Delsin was approached by Sakura for a bit, giving him a friendly greeting. She honestly acted very friendly and looked very pretty. Delsin kept an ear open as she left.

Next to approach him was a boy with pointed ears wearing blue clothes. He was offered a trident and some advice. "Thanks for trying to help but I'm more capable than you'd think," he replied, dangling his chain and letting his new power of flames engulf them.

As Link walked away, he turned his back towards Sakura and Mirage to listen in. Different worlds? Galeem? Friend Heart? He was gonna have to ask her later, though, as the group was moving ahead.

As the group headed out, Delsin trudged along with them, keeping his eyes open for anything hostile or helpful. They ran into some monsters. Immediately, the Hero of Seattle began blasting shots of fire from his hand towards the fishmen running at them. His attacks were aimed lethal, hoping to take them out fast. Swinging his chain again, he caught one of the fish monsters by its arm and swung it into another.

With a brilliant thought, he dashed over beside Sakura and laid his chain across her arm. "Throw me," he smirked, "but not directly at them, just beside one." He hoped his plan worked.

"Okay!" Sakura held the chain tight. Pulling it taut, she wrenched the chain and Delsin forward, throwing him to the left of an oncoming murloc.

Delsin swung his chain as he flew, grabbing the murloc by its ankle and swinging it into another before blasting them both in the face with fire.
Minamoto Yoshitsune
Level 5 [32/50]
Tostarena Town

Level 3 [17/30]
Tostarena Town

@Lugubrious@Dawnrider@DracoLunaris@Archmage MC@Yankee@TheDemonHound@Dark Cloud

The train ride had been a mostly relaxing experience. Tora challenged his allies to try to attack. Yoshitsune had joined Midna in one of her attacks, which turned out to be fun. Sora had offered healing to the Nopon. It wasn't needed, though.

Afterwards, the rest of the ride gave the samurai a chance to meditate. He'd changed, and not just physically. Would Shukenten be angry with him?

Sora had spent the rest of the ride running from the front of the ship to the back. He lost count of how many laps he did before deciding to take a short nap.

Eventually, the train stopped at a small town. It was full of colorful buildings, small denizens, and more people who looked out of place. Yoshitsune was, as per usual, very out of his element.

Stepping off the train, the samurai and the keybearer both had to shield their eyes from the sun. Sora was quicker to recover, though, and began walking towards the others. Yoshitsune followed soon after, making sure his wheels were locked.

Once Big Band said they could split up, Sora rushed through the town square to a nearby shop to have a look around. He didn't notice he ran right past somebody hiding at first. He turned slowly to view Ellie's hiding spot, ready to draw his Keyblade but not wanting to.

Yoshitsune, on the other hand, approached Jesse. "My wheels will make the climb difficult for me. Do you have any ideas on how I could improve them? Or cover them?" He figured someone from a future time from him would be able to help.
Delsin Rowe
Level 1 [1/10]
Carcass Isle

Delsin smiled softly as the group seemed friendly, despite the largest, and spikiest, of the turtles seeming unhappy about anything. "I'm Delsin Rowe and I'm a Conduit. Where I come from, Conduits can control parts of an element. The stronger the Conduit, the more they can do with their element. I'm a special case, though. I can absorb powers from other Conduits." Looking at the group, it didn't look like any of them had any Conduit powers he could copy. "What are your names?" he asked, curious about the possible allies in front of him. "What can you do?"

"Some time ago, I had to save my tribe from a corrupt Conduit who misused her power. I lost my brother in the process. Next thing I remember is a port town. I think it was just a few days ago when we set sail. We got caught in a storm that blew us way off course. After we crashed, weird things started happening to the crew. Nobody else survived. I've barely been surviving on the few rations left after the crash."

Looking at the others, he sighed softly. "I just want to get home at this point." He began setting up the firewood before the big turtle mentioned a ship. With a tilt of his head, he watched the ship get pulled back up and grown to its full size. It was a safer place.

With the firewood and a bit of kindling, they soon had a good-sized fire going. With a small smile, he offered the spiked turtle a handshake, not knowing of the possibility of gaining a Conduit power. He reminded Delsin of Eugene when he went "angel-mode."

He primarily stayed quiet, watching the others interact with each other. He didn't know what to think about them. He just hoped he didn't regret joining them.
Delsin Rowe
Level 1 [0/10]
Gateon Port - Carcass Isle

Delsin stood on the dock with a frown. It looked nothing like home. The last thing he remembered before this new place was the memorial he'd made for Reggie. He had began searching for Fetch, Eugene, any of the Akomish tribe, anyone he knew. He'd even take a DUP as an ally if it meant getting back home.

"You ready, lad?" the captain asked, starting Delsin.

With a hand to his chest and a slight chuckle, the Conduit nodded, "ready as I'll ever be."

It was supposed to be a few days' travel to the nearest port across the water. They had barely lasted a single day before they were set upon by monstrous storms that drove them south into the dreaded Bottomless Sea. They crashed, stranded on an unknown isle. A few of the men decided to try to scavenge for food and useful items. Instead, they brought back a disease, one that transformed them by something referred to as the "Pelagic Plague" into what the others called fishmen. They were monsters. Big, fish-like, animalistic monsters. There was nothing left of the men they used to be.

That was 3 days ago.


How long had it been? Delsin was huddled in the corner of the ship. He was in a strange world without his powers, left alone. Was anyone coming for him? Did anyone even know the ship had crashed? It didn't seem like anyone even knew he existed.

It seemed like a week ago and a few hours ago at the same time when the crew of the ship he'd been on began changing. Some type of disease. The captain had protected him.

Looking across the room, he saw the spot the captain's body had turned to ash in.

He had to get out.

Moving from his corner, he began walking around, just to stretch his limbs. It was at that point he heard voices. After grabbing some of the dry, broken wood that would really only be useful in a fire, he followed the sounds, though he had to sneak by more than his fair share of the fish monsters that used to be people.

It had taken a while but he did find the group making noise. At first glance, they all appeared to be people. As he got closer, starting hidden behind large rocks and trees, he noticed some of these people weren't humans.

Some of them were definitely turtle-men, another who looked like a robot, and there was no telling how different even the ones who looked like normal people were.

At least they looked like they were setting up a camp. Maybe they were friendly? There was only one way to find out.

But could he do it? Was there a chance of them becoming fish monsters too? Would they accept him?

"Reggie, help me," he whispered.

Delsin approached the camp, appearing non-hostile. "Room for one more?" he asked with a slight chuckle. "I got firewood."

He stood near enough to be seen and heard, though still far enough away that he could easily still make a run for it if he needed to. He hoped he didn't need to. It was difficult enough with the monsters who moved on instinct. He didn't need intelligent enemies chasing him. Where would he even go?
Minamoto Yoshitsune
Level 5 [30/50]
Al Mamoon -

Level 3 [15/30]
Al Mamoon -

@Lugubrious@Dawnrider@DracoLunaris@Archmage MC@Yankee@TheDemonHound@Dark Cloud

Yoshitsune was well rested after the previous night. Climbing from his bed, he thought of the dream he'd had. It had all started with a bright, white light that-

He froze. Looking down, he saw the wheels. It wasn't a dream.

With a stretch, his mind began bringing back details of the previous day. The spa with the ladies, the fights with the resistance, his swords at the smithy…

His swords! "I can't leave those behind!" he exclaimed, moving quickly but carefully so as to not hurt anyone, rushing from the inn he'd stayed at and down the road to the smithy.

It wasn't a long trek to the smithy from the previous day. Upon arriving, he smiled at the man, getting him with a bow.

They discussed things for a bit once the samurai had his blades back, though the smithy was curious about where the extra arms came from. Yoshitsune shook his head softly, afraid to tell the man.

Not long after that, just as he was about ready to leave, the samurai was greeted by the Twilight Princess with the promise of a spar.

The fight itself was held in a safe area, a place where nobody else would get hurt. Holding his new arms behind his back, he used the sparring match as a chance to teach Midna a little of what he had learned over the years. Then Yoshitsune tested Midna's defenses using all 4 of his swords. It was strange to get used to at first but he soon showed his skill at the blade with an extra pair of arms. Ultimately, he won, though used her mistakes to teach her how to improve.

Then it was time for the train. With his father's swords hung beside the new pair, Yoshitsune joyfully raced through the city, meeting up with the others, with Midna at his side.


Sora ran through the streets with a frown. Despite his time in the city, he still didn't know where everything was. Everyone had said to meet at the train station. He'd ended up having to ask for directions multiple times.

When he finally arrived, he was happy to see people he knew. Gasping for breath, the keybearer nearly collapsed in front of his comrades. "This place… is a maze," he said, breathing heavily still.

Once everyone had arrived, he took one last look at Al Mamoon before boarding the train. Things were so confusing. At least he'd made some friends.
@Lugubrious Alright, minor edits coming tomorrow morning.
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