Dead Gods, Living Dreams

Discussion in 'ROLEPLAY GRAVEYARD' started by Yiyel, Mar 31, 2015.

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  1. @TheColourlessRainbow

    It was mid-day when it happened.

    There was a growling heard - from seemingly everywhere and nowhere - and slowly, things began... stopping existing.

    The first thing to go was the Sun - the sky turned a deep shade of crimson, the whole area staying lit regardless through an unknown reason.

    The second thing to noticeably disappear was life. Trees died seemingly instantly, squirrels and pigeons became seemingly comatose - not moving, not doing anything - and people looked confused as the cold washed over them.

    And finally, the third thing that seemed to simply be gone was air itself - the sudden lack of pressure causing everyone to black out.


    When most of them came back to, the world simply wasn't the same - everything was in ruins, everything being bathed in the crimson light of the sky - it felt like they were dropped in the middle of a ghost town, with some sort of forest barely visible at the horizon...
     
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  2. Tyler Lime was living a long life, longer then any human. He was hitting his 120th year, and he barley looked older then a 20 year old human male, well expect for his long slender ears, and slightly bright violet eyes. He lived among a small clan of elf's in the far north forest of a large city, his mother and father died when he was young, so he spent most of his days learning the ways of his people, and gathering needed supplies from the large city. On this particular day however, he walked the streets of the large city, searching desperately for a long lost relic, one that was said to be the first Elven relic to ever be created, long before man walked the earth. It was odd, before he knew it the time was mid-day, and he heard a growling from everywhere and nowhere - and slowly, thing begun to stop existing.

    The first thing that Tyler noticed to be gone was the Sun, the sky turned a deep shade of crimson, the whole area staying lit regardless through an unknown reason.

    The second thing to noticeably disappear was life. Trees died seemingly instantly, squirrels and pigeons became seemingly comatose - not moving, not doing anything - and people looked confused as the cold washed over them.

    And finally, the third thing that seemed to simply be gone was air itself - the sudden lack of pressure causing everyone to black out.

    When Tyler awoke, the world simply wasn't the same - everything was in ruins, everything being bathed in the crimson light of the sky - it felt like he was dropped in the middle of a ghost town, with his clans home in the distance.

    "What..." Tyler started to mumble before taking off into a sprint towards the north forest,

    "Kush! lev tolne ti vanse?(My people! What has happen to the world?)" shouted Tyler as he ran.

    (Bad post, but whatever .-.)
     
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  3. Tyler spoke, but no words were heard. Everything was silent. And he ran, and he ran. But the forest never seemed to get closer, to the contrary - it seemed to slowly vanish beyond the horizon... which eventually became a gaping maw of existence - a deep abyss stretching on in front of him, with simply... nothing in it. Not even darkness... absolutely nothing. It sent a shiver down his spine. To his left, there was some hills, to his right more plains with a little bit of smoke coming from it. And of course, the abyss.
     
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  4. Tyler stood still, unsure what to do. Why wasn't he able to be heard? Even by his own ears? What has happen to the world around him, and what is this world around him? Tyler decided to look for another people, to make sure he was not the only survivor.
     
  5. It took him a very long time. He had explored where he thought people would be - but it was only a lonely trek until he had found an illuminated cave god knows where in relation to his past position. The inside smelled vaguely of beans.
     
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  6. Tyler decided to slowly walk into the cave, and unsure if the effects of being mute was still in place, he called out,

    "Hello?" he attempted to ask.
     
  7. There was still silence - however Tyler, by venturing further in, could start feeling warmth again, at least.
     
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  8. Tyler moved faster, his cold body being darned to the warmth. He was like a moth to the flame. He approached with curiosity.
     
  9. As he approached, he could notice two people huddled around a fire. They obviously didn't notice them - but he could see that they had cans of beans, including one roasting over the fire.
     
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  10. Tyler took another step towards them, kicking a pebble. He walked until he was only a foot away from the two, he tried to speak one last time,

    "Hello?" he tried to ask.
     
  11. And in the first time since he wore up, it almost worked - it sounded more like a whisper, but it was enough to startle the two people - women, it seemed. "How did you get in here?"
     
  12. Tyler smiled, a wide smile that exposed his pure white teeth. He took another step towards the women, his voice still a faint whisper,

    "I saw the light from the fire." stated Tyler before pointing to the women,

    "Do you know what happen?" asked Tyler.
     
  13. They backed away. "No we don't - we were just out camping, and then things happened... and this cave is the only place where we can hear ourselves. Doesn't matter - how did you see the fire? We haven't been able to find the exit..."
     
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  14. Tyler was surpassed by the spoken words, he wasn't able to even speak since, well whatever happened. He reached out his hand,

    "I don't know how I saw it, I was running, and running until I eventually saw a flickering light inside this cave. The exit is this way." answered Tyler as he pointed behind him, the exit still in view.
     
  15. They looked at the exit, then back at him. "Go on, exit then. As I said, we couldn't find it."
     
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