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Bella's eyes lingered on the snake Kwami, the one that belonged to Tonya. It's not that she wanted to stare, but more like she was a bit nervous about breaking eye contact with him looking back at her so intently. Once the later spoke up, Bella nodded slightly, a relieved smile gracing her expression for a brief moment before the others came to retrieve their partners. She didn't say much as they did, only nodding quickly as a farewell, and smiling faintly when Eddie gave her a small pat on her back.

As she was about to take her leave seeing as everyone was ready to head back, Bella's eyes lingered on Alex's as her's did to her own. She wasn't quite sure what this meant, but before she could think any more on it, she was already skating towards the dark haired upperclassmen. From their last little drive back home, Bella knew that they lived in a similar direction, so walking how with Alex just made sense. Plus they were friends now!

Moving into step with Alex, Bella smiled happily as she looked up at the other.
"I-I'm glad...even though we did mess up...I'm glad we can be friends now..." She murmured before quickly looking down at her clasped hands in front of her. She was mostly quiet after speaking up, as her conversations skills were held captive by her nervous persona.

location: Vertti Household
tag(s): Mie @Rune_Alchemist
mention(s): none


Grisaia followed silently after the fox Demi-Human. Despite his expression being a bit clenched, his mind was completely elsewhere, as he was much more worried about other things. Things he'd rather forget about but couldn't for the life of him do. He only returned back to reality upon seeing his small companion relaxing on the living area's couch as if she owned it herself. It was amusing to say the least, especially with how small other other looked on the much larger couch, enough to make him want to smile, along with what she said next, but he remained emotionless.

"Of course, apologies for my rudeness, Lady Mie. I'll return with an appa spice blend. Now, if you'll excuse me." He hummed clearly before turning and walking towards the door on the left, opening it and passing through the hall which lead to the cellar. The cellar itself was stocked with bottles and bottles of different favors and time periods. It didn't take long for the blonde to grab their most popular blend from the rack, collect a glass cup and straw, and make his way back to Mie hopefully before she did anything weird.

Placing the cup down on the coffee table next to the couch, Grisais proceeded to prepare the drink, his eyes slowly wandering to the other in the process.
"Might I ask you a question, Lady Mie?" He questioned, ears drooping slightly before he continued. "Did...did you have any plans tonight? Or maybe tomorrow? Before the Mistress went missing, she said I was being 'antisocial' and 'needed to get some sun'. I don't know how to spend my time outside of this house, so..." Saia trailed of with furrowed brows as he handed the flavored drink over, tilting his head curiously in the process.






location: The Golden Quarter
tag(s): @liferusher @Althiel@Ryofu @Rune_Alchemist @BrokenPromise @Crusader Lord
mention(s): (Od Laguna lowkey)


Finally making their way out of the smelly alley, Eiko let out a sigh of relief. She probably would have brought a hand to wipe her brow if it hadn't been for Aki holding her only free hand, not that it mattered that much; just being out of that place had her feeling so much better. She took note of the other girl's nervousness and smiled faintly at her demeanor. Eiko remembered a time when she use to be like that, but now she could look out for Aki. If there even was something in there waiting to come after them, she would have noticed long before entering the alleyway and would have been more cautious about the pinkette coming any closer.

A sweet smile tugged at Eiko's lips as she saw Aki reach up to the sky and for the sun.
"It does feel great to be out here though..." She mused happily as she walked towards Aki, hands behind her back and clutching her staff loosely. "Hm, I've got a bit of spare change on me, so maybe we can buy something?" Eiko then suggested, tilting her head curiously as she wondered what the other had in mind. And while yes, the money she had with her was originally meant for herself, Od Laguna cherished those who were selfless and caring, and that's what she hoped to be.

Not receiving so much as a 'yes' or 'no', probably because Aki was far too excited to get going, Eiko allowed herself to be pulled around by said girl, an action that would usually annoy her, but strangely didn't this time around. Regardless, she didn't want to see Aki almost cry again, so that might be the reason? Once they were closer to the shops, Eiko felt herself become much more chipper at the idea of doing some shopping. She almost didn't notice the people, natives and foreigners with interesting and somewhat familiar clothing alike, standing in front of a particular shop she wanted to go into until Aki had to physically stop her. Sharing a curious glance with Aki, Eiko furrowed her brows slightly at what she had to say next. Her first instinct was to question who would hate someone like Aki, but clearly knowing better, and being biased, Eiko changed her statement quickly before speaking up.
"You think so? You wouldn't know unless you went to see for yourself. Plus, Od Laguna is on your side, so there's nothing to worry about!" She smiled encouragingly before continuing. "But we could always look somewhere else, of course. There's lots of great shops here!" She concluded as she then moved along with Aki to the closest shop to them.

Eiko had been far too engrossed in what was in front of her to take note of the other people nearby. She instead focused on the charms and specific fabrics in her line of sight. Aki got her attention a few times, showing her charms that she thought looked best on her and she even thought about buying two charms for herself and two for Aki, but as she was looking elsewhere, Aki's especially loud apology had her look up, now alert. Withing seconds, she was at the pinkette's side, dove wings spreading slightly as she bowed with Aki.
"Please accept this apology, Od Laguna. Sorry about that, might I ask if your alright?" The priestess questioned with slightly worried emerald eyes, her pink staff now in front of her, in case any of these people decided to get hostile.
I'm here too.

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location: Swan Songs Music Event (Tuesday)
tag(s): None, open to anyone in Swan Songs
mention(s): Toasty, but he isn't with him


The blonde college student suppressed the intense sneeze forcing its way out of his nose as he tapped the door that he knew for a fact belonged to Swan Songs. He spent a lot of his free time there, especially when he was coming back from his classes so there's no way he could miss it. It was a good place to help him unwind and relax, and he even filled out an application to work there after school, one that he could only hope gets accepted. And even if it didn't, he'd probably still spent most of his time there just to zone out and forget about everything. However, ever since that huge storm and going through such an odd experience followed by a nasty cold that had yet to leave him alone, Capella's time with the place was cut drastically. And despite still being sick, he took the chance seeing that there was an open mic night going on. Listening to live music always helped with colds...right? Too bad he had to leave Toasty behind because of how many people he assumed would be there.

And that there were, Swan Songs was crowded, not that Capella needed eyes to know that. The sounds, smells, and feeling of other people bumping into him as he pushed his way through were more than enough stimulus for him to know that. The blonde smiled regardless as the familiar sound of a wooden chair connecting with his walking stick brought relief to his jittery frame. Ensuring that no one was on said seat before plopping down, Capella immediately began twiddling his thumbs seconds afterwards. Of course he wanted nothing more than to walk around and see what other people were up to, maybe make a few new friends but his presence was enough of a hazard, and coupled with this many people? He wouldn't even dare..

Capella had to admit though that it was a little bit lonely hearing everyone around him talking and having a good time. Normally he'd have Toasty with him or something to distract him with but now he only had himself and his thoughts while he waited for a performer to show what they had in store for the crowd. It was boring, but the anticipation as well as his clouded sick mind were enough to dull out that feeling he had, if only a little.

Shaking his head to and fro, Capella attempted not to unconsciously eavesdrop as he waited for what was in store.
Oh wow, that's a lot. Thanks, I'll have Capella go to Swan Song's since it's the most logical place for him. Post will be up soonish.
@PrinceAlexus Actually a recap would be really nice, just to get an idea of where everyone's at and what's going on ^^
@PrinceAlexusAh okay I see, well I might just wait it out since I have people at home and I'm heading back to school on Monday so we'll see. Thank you!
Just curious if there was going to be a timeskip of something in the near future? I want to bring in Capella again, but not right before a timeskip :)

|| Akira Kurusu || Day Three - Morning || Boo's Castle || WC: 542 || Level 2 ||
|| Six @Majoras End, The Heavy @ONL, Slayer @Lugubrious ||

Experience: |||||||||||||||||||| (15/20)


The feeling that came with kicking the incorporeal blob was something Arika couldn't quite comprehend. It might have been the little boost that Arsene gave him, but it felt pretty unreal punting a ghost like he did; and despite the pain coming from and pulsating throughout the side of his face, Akira couldn't wait to tell his friends about it when he got the chance. Landing in a slight flourish, the trench coat resting on his shoulders billowing unintentionally, Akira kept his guard up, not taking the lead Boo's words lightly; although the 'plumber wannabes' at the end did leave the frizzy haired teen a bit confused.

Seeing the final Boo head off towards Slayer, Akira did the same, hopping from platform to platform until he was at their leader's right hand side. Since it took a little longer to reach the dandy vampire then it appeared, the phantom thief only caught a few of the tail end words, the one sticking out the most being that they would have to weaken whatever would come at them next. Okay, that was simple enough, and the last Boo even opened the door for them. And what he saw inside only brought more flashbacks to that retched Palace...the one that put him where he was now...except now it had a blue hue to everything that was once red and gold...

A little disgusted with the new scenery he was forced into, Arira looked to Slayer as he spoke, nodding silently in understanding before following sightly behind the man a few seconds later. He took what the other said to heart, glancing around the slightly barren room as a sign that he had been listening. The first thing that he thought of using was the torches that wrapped around the wall and that's exactly what he did, sprinting off to the side as Slayer distracted their large target by utilizing the floor they were standing on. Immediately the teen pulled out two torches with red gloved hands and encased both flames in Eiha, the dark energy causing the flames to take a darker shade of blue and also appear more like static then a true flame. Since the flames appeared to be growing in size with the King Boo's power, Akira pointed one of the elongated flames towards their target as he sprinted towards them, hoping that would keep them in place as Slayer and the others tried to attack. Once he was close enough, the boy shifted the second torch he got to the same hand as the first one and grabbed his trusty dagger. He then jumped in between the large mass or rock coming at a pretty fast speed towards the target ghost and the target in question, performing Cleave with his dagger in tandem with Slayer's uppercut, the momentum of his jump sending him out of the line of fire or any danger almost immediately. Before he touched the ground again, however, the phantom thief threw the second Eiha torch at the massive blob, wanting nothing more but to give more opening for his companions to deal stronger attacks. He kept the first torch in his hands though, since he wanted to have at least two weapons he could work with.
Been working on a post since I got accepted (still need to move her over too) but I'm about to head back to school within the next few days so the post will be out within the end of next week ^^
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