Fairy Tail: The Crystal Owl [In Character]

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    Current Arc

    Post-Foundation arc

    It has been three weeks since foundation of the guild and there is already some serious trouble going on as the guild just as the guild members are running out of money and there isn't many jobs at all on the board and even they won't pay that well... just what might be the solution to this problem?
    Previous Arcs
    Guild job board

    Guild job board has the current job requested posted on it, only info you can find out about the job on the board is the payment, any info the title says and the location of the employer. When taking a job, you don't need to talk with guild master about the job, this is recommended though, as guild master might have some additional information about the job.

    The destruction has come!, Magnolia, 10,000 Jewel

    Cooks needed!, Hargeon Town, 5,000 Jewel

    Shh! Help, Tenrou Island, 5,000 Jewel

    #1 Rauzi, Apr 20, 2016
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  2. [​IMG]The guild main area
    The guild house's main area is rather small, it has about 10 ten-man tables in two lines of 5 creating pretty wide space to walk between the tables. At the back wall is located a fireplace that keeps the room warm during cold days and winters. Next to the wall left from the fireplace is bar where you can enjoy drinks and food, Lisanna is taking care of the bar and she is a good cook as well! At the wall opposite of the bar is located the stairwell that will take you to the upstairs or to the basement. On the second floor is located the bedroom where guild members can rest whenever they need it, the bedroom is one big united room that has about 30 beds in it next to each other in a two lines of 15. The basement is used as a storage for all the food and drink supplies in the guild and you usually have no need to go there if you're not helping out Lisanna.

    Phyllis Thirn
    The Crystal Owl guild house

    It has been three weeks since the guild was founded. Phyllis is laying on one of the tables looking more stressed than usual. The money problems is one of the things that really gets her concerned and this time she and many of the guild members really were deep in that pit. "I just want to travel again..." she thought out loud, the jobs on the board didn't interest her at all, so she had made a decision to leave them to others.

    It was pretty cold day for being early fall and Phyllis had lit up the fireplace just an hour ago to keep the guild house warm. "Could someone add more wood in the fireplace?" she calls out as she was just feeling way too unmotivated to get up to do the task herself.
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    Eliarte Vexis

    Activity & Location:
    Drinking Intensely
    (Crystal Owl - Main Hall)

    Interactions & Tags:
    Phyllis Thirn - Guild Master - @Rauzi


    Listening Music:

    I'm not even sorry for this ♥

    Eliarte sat solomy by her lonesome, surrounded by the cacophony of the guilds other members. She wasn't in the mood to be disturbed, however, should someone come along and offer to test her drinking skills, she wouldn't hesitate to show them just how much she could put away.

    Eliarte's fist was harshly wrapped around the mug that contained today's concoction of whatever it was she was currently ingesting. At this point in time, Eliarte could care less if it were poison - she was broke, as was a vast majority of the guild. She was currently drowning in her own self-pity, rather than working; the jobs posted yielded nothing remotely worth her efforts. Without much effort, Eliarte whipped the empty mug in her hand directly across the main hall of Crystal Owl, making contact with the wall furthest in front of her. She clenched her empty hand, face turned upside down in a grovelling muse of hatred.

    She was in the process of trying to conjure up some miraculous idea for how to gain more than a couple thousand jewel. Eliarte began tapping on the wooden bench she currently sat at, pondering many ideas, setting her mind on none.

    Eliarte looked up to the small table that was host to the guild master. She wrapped her hand around the newly placed mug that had found its way in front of her, thanks to the guilds only waitress, Lisanna. She took the drink in hand, picking herself up from the bench, and making her way to Phyllis's side, before looking down on the stressed woman, sprawled out across one of the tables.

    "Not to be rude, Master... but do you intend to do anything about this job shortage?" Eliarte's hood was down, her armour somewhere else. She was currently wearing a simple pair of stretchy black pants that hugged her curves more than they should have, and a simple corset she found comfortable enough to wear on a daily basis. She pressed her lips up to the alcoholic concoction, taking a large swig of the drink, waiting on the woman's answer.

    #3 Ali, Apr 20, 2016
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  4. Not much was happening. Ona had spent her time meditating. Part of problem really. The girl seemed to have no interest in taking jobs. So she was sitting on a sizable nest egg of zero jewels and fifty five logs.

    "Lazy Guild Master indeed. Making young girl do the work."

    Ona sat a top the stack of fire wood, cross legged. She had been meditating only a few moments earlier, balancing on a teetering log. The petite girl lept from her perch, with grace, holding the log she had just been balancing on in her hand. She threw the log, and it blew right by the Guild Masters, at a terrifying speed. As it slammed into the back of the fire place, the whole building shook, and a few flakes fell from the ceiling.

    "Shoddy craftsmanship too. Poor choice."

    But she grabbed another, and began relentlessly filling the fireplace with wood, as the building seemed as if it was caught in a tremor
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    Eiji was walking and reading one of his many books, he was in a different position then his fellow guildmates as he was well wealthy through his adopted mother. She had offered to support him and the guild but Eiji never told Phyliss besides his mother's money was not limitless and supporting the guild could possibly even strain her deep pockets. He did not want to put her in that kind of position so he never mentioned anything, as he was making his way to the main hall before he felt the slight tremors.

    Looking up he saw fire wood being rocketed into the fireplace but he kept walking as it was Ona's doing and it was disrupting his reading. The last couple of pieces of fire wood she threw missed Eiji just barely and the one piece that was headed for his head was caught by his ink that had launched from his shadow and caught the fire wood before gently placing it in the fire place.

    "Ona we just got this guild it would be of poor judgement to destroy it so soon" he says looking up from his book.

    Turning his attention to Phyliss he walked past her, "I'm taking a job" he said calmly as his ink had grabbed a job off the board and he reached up looking at the job that was chosen at random.

    "The destruction has come 10,000 jewel... pathetic payment but you can have all the reward master I have no need for it. I'll see about finding more jobs on the way to Magnolia" he says as he continued walking heading to go out the door, he didn't ask for any help but if anyone wanted to come he wouldn't turn down the company either way was ok for him.

    @Reanimator Bob
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  6. Phyllis Thirn
    The Crystal Owl guild house

    As she heard Iroh take the job she let out a small giggle, "Have fun, it had something to do with a building" she comments paying no heed to Ona's complaining about the house, it was the best Phyllis could afford afterall, even though the location didn't help at all either. The guild house was located at the outskirts of the town on a hillside quite high, so the air was automatically colder as in town. "Thanks Ona" she says after Ona was done filling up the fireplace. Phyllis tried to think of a good answer Eliarte's question but in vain. "I honestly have no idea... and the guild meeting is still at least month away, so i can't even ask any other masters for advice either" she complains sounding a bit tired as she was bored as hell.
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  7. Came in disguise.

    Five minutes later, walking into the guild. He was barely dressed, only down to his knickers. He shuddered. It suddenly occurred to him that he could feel the air a bit better. Looking down, inspecting every inch of himself. Devo froze. His guild members were about to see him in his checkerboard knickers.

    Where had his clothes gone!?


    On the other side of town Mezmeer was sitting behind the counter of his shop. If the guild thought it important enough that he didn’t cure the diarrhea and constipation of the world. They were dead wrong. As a professional alchemist he had to make sure he had the remedies people were looking for. Too bad most of his customers were old people, with mild stomach discomforts.

    Mezmeer bit his lip. Staring at one of his older customers looking over the same two potions they looked over yeserday, and the day before yesterday, and the day before that. Let alone the fact that he had enough candy to fill two of his pockets because they kept forgetting that he was an adult. Or something like that.

    Finally the old woman came over to the counter and placed the alchemy potion on the counter.

    “I think I’ll take this deary,” the old woman said sweetly, before bending over to tell him for the eighth time this week, “does this help in the bed too?” the old woman blushed. And Mezmeer felt a shudder run down his spine every time she asked with a wink.

    “Ah, ah, I am a professional after all,” Mezmeer told her.

    “You’re so sweet, your parents must be proud,” the old woman said.

    Meer turned white for a brief moment. He was an adult for god sake. A professional adult. She put down the amount of money for the potion.

    “Something else for you deary,” she said handing him another caramel.

    Clearly he could pawn all of this candy on his fellow guildmates. Things had been slowly down at the guild and so that’s why he had focused so much time here at his shop. Though the boredom of being a professional alchemist was beginning to set in, as the old woman was his only customer. Finally toting a bag of candy with him. He headed off to the guild.

    Locking the door of his shop before skipping down the main street of town. Many people looked at him like he was a stray lost little puppy. Some people suspected even more nefarious deeds from him. Someone had the audacity to claim he was a ghost because he supposedly did not age.

    As he made his way to the guild, he found himself a bread crumb of clothing. That he slowly began to pick up. Recognizing the garish style. He snickered to himself. These must be Devo’s. He must have stripped all the way down to the guild.

    With his spellbook in hand. He lifted letters straight from the magic itself, to write in the air Teleportation. Collapsing into a pair of runes. He drifted off to the guild to beat Devo before he got to the guild. He had a great idea for a prank.

    As he entered the guild there was a stale melancholy about it. As the group sat around looking bored out of their minds. They were professionals. Professionals. No one should be standing around. Looking at the job board he snatched the Cooking job.

    “I claim this,” Meer told the group pointing to the cooking job. Though there was an odd horrified expression from most of them. They always said his food was good, but that he was a horrible chef. He didn’t understand this line of think, “Oh.”

    Meer ducked the clothes under a table, and sat on the table like a good boy. As Devo stumbled in his knickers. Meer the first one to point it out, quickly moved from the table to Devo.

    “The clothing bandit got your clothes again,” Meer tried to convince Devo it was the clothing bandit most of the time.

    “Yyyess,” Devo whined and began to get teary eye.

    “Those horrible bandits,” Meer told Devo patting him on the back, he clapped his hand, “I know!” he said as loud as he could, “Why don’t we have the guild search for those clothing bandits?”

    “Thththat wou would be nice,” Devo sobbed.

    Meer snickered inside. Poor Devo. Pathetically gullible and easy to follow in his traps. He wondered who else would go along with it, just to do something. Rather than sit around here. Looking sullen.
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    Eliarte Vexis

    Activity & Location:

    Speaking with Phyllis & Devising Ideas
    (Crystal Owl - Main Hall)

    Interactions & Tags:

    Phyllis Thirn - Guild Master - @Rauzi
    Mezmeer Hypnos Sortilege - @Clyde
    Devo Frostlite - @Clyde



    Listening Music:

    *I wasn't per say' listening to music while writing this, more so watching youtube videos. This happens to be the one I was watching white writing*

    Eliarte sighed at the woman's conclusion; it wasn't often she felt so defeated, however, today was not her day, especially when it came to motivation. Eliarte motioned her free hand overtop the guild master, muttering a soft and short incantation underneath her breath. From her bare hand fell sprigs of brilliantly green grass, which seemed freshly picked. Eliarte continued to sprinkle the grass on top of Phyllis's body, lazily sipping her beverage just as a couple proclamations of job snatches rang out through the air. Eliarte could also still feel the subsequent rumbling of Ona's vicious barrard on the guild halls fireplace. Eliarte sighed, it was times like these when she truly felt the most responsible out of all her guild mates.

    Her cosmic purple hues shifted over to Devo's practically nude form, as a disinterested smirk ran up her face, slightly accenting her cheekbones. Often was Devo close to nude, he had the habit of 'losing' his clothes regularly - Eliarte wondered if he meant to, or if it was truly some deep seeded mental issue. The announcement of Meer's acceptance for the cooking job that had been listed on the job board days prior brought Eliarte from her lazy mood, the grass she was sprinkling on top of Phyllis disappeared almost instantly as her entire body whipped to face the man, his shaggy hair hiding the devilish smirk on his face.

    "Meer. Please. Do not torment anyone with your cooking. I beg of you."Eliarte seemed sincere in her words, however, should Meer pursue the job, she'd either force someone who could cook to accompany him, or go herself, albeit the strange urge to stay within Crystal Owl and lift the Master from her depression and self-pity party. She smirked with the following comment from Meer that rang out through the guild's main hall."Oh and Devo, you really need to keep a closer eye on your belongings. Some---"Eliarte shot Meer a glance that could burn through steel, "--can be rather cruel within this little family of ours."
    #8 Ali, Apr 21, 2016
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  9. It had been quite some time since Frederick had been seen outside his room, but the constant flow of music showed him to be just fine. Currently the young man had been tending to music sheet he purchased within town from a fellow musician who was currently in the same broke boat as he was. The trade did leave him with only a few Jewels to live off of, but the he had that slight feeling that in time this would pay off into a wonderful performance with the right guidance. Eventually he did get up to stretch a bit as he had been sitting down for a good few hours trying to master this song, which he was only a forth of the way done with, he thought to head down stairs to greet the others and pick up a job would be a nice change of pace.

    Heading down he saw that everyone was currently within their same moods as ever as they went about their daily business. He gave them all a slight wave and small hello when he passed by them on the way towards the quest board. Stopping at the wooden board he saw that two of the remaining trio of jobs had been taken which made him bless his luck for coming down when he chose to. Taking the flimsy sheet within his hand he began to read over the request with interest as it seemed to be a call for aid.

    "Tenrou Island eh? Those words trigger my memory a bit, but sadly I can't remember many details about it." Shrugging a bit he simply folded the paper up neatly and placed it within his coat pocket. He walked over towards the table where his guild master was currently laid prone, and chose a seat next to Eliarte. "Everyone's souls are quite agitated today no? Though with being near bankruptcy and the drought of jobs I guess it should be a well placed feeling." He gave a soft sigh as he took up his treasured musical partner and began to play something in hopes of at least providing a distraction towards the negative emotions swirling within the guild.

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  10. Alexander was sat on one of the benches, his staff resting beside him as he caused small lights to race up and down the table, Mostly for his own detraction as much s anyone elses. He was not to sure on what to do, The smart option would be to go and grab a job, but there was nothing that interested him and he rarely went out on jobs on his own, as much for his own amusement as for the versatility offered by having other wizards. When the other wizards grabbed jobs he took a moment to debate before snatching up his staff and striding out after Eiji. "I might as well come with you." He said as he let the Mark of Change fall away, His voice was modulated and distorted by the helmet, sound somewhat like that of a machine. "with the jewl being that high it might be something rather interesting." he said as he walked with him. Unattended the lights continued their mad race but fell off the table top and started to whiz round the guild, every so often one would spin out or crash in to something and 'spaltter' in to glowing streamers before fading in to nothing.

    Having caugt up with Eiji he looked down at the boy "So, what exactly is this job, anything interesting or is far simpler than the name suggests?" He asked as he walked beside the boy, leaning on his staff a little as he did so. His armour, while heavy made little noise while walking as he took careful care of it due to its nature and what he needed it for. "You don't mind if I take a small share of the reward do you? only about 10%." He asked as they walked

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  11. Phyllis Thirn

    She sighs as she notices Devo walk in naked. "Again Devo? You really have to take better care of your clothes" she says, for her it was unbelievable that someone could lose their clothes that often, and how does he manage to lose them anyways? Does he just take them off or something? "But yeah, i know i'd have to do something about this, but i really have no idea where to start solving this problem. We have to somehow get more famous and earn nation's trust towards us to begin with..." she says, keeping on wallowing in her self-pity. "Frederick, Tenrou Island is located south from here, it's an ancient island that has a huge tree growing in middle of it" she says, informing him more about the island in case he had totally forgotten.
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  12. @Ali @Rauzi

    Truth be told Devo took Meer very seriously. He truthfully believed the older guild member every time. Everyone else though seemed to take him less serious than him. Meer seemed to be the only one to care, there was some kind of bandit out there stealing pop idols clothes. That could be the only explanation. Otherwise, how else did it happen?

    Except that he saw Meer’s smile fade and turned into a bit of annoyance. Oh no! Did he do something wrong? Devo was watching Meer, before his fox like smile came back onto his face.

    “Well Devo, you’re lucky,” Meer told him, “I stopped the clothing bandit on the way and got your clothes back.”

    “Ooo!” Devo was impressed. “Thank you senpai.”

    “Don’t mention it, I look out for my fellow guild members,” Meer told him, while Devo began to dress himself back up in the clothes he brought. Which was not very subtle disguise now that the guild was staring at it. A long black trench coat, and a suit, with sunglasses seemed exactly like someone trying to hard their identity.

    While Meer turned to the one who insulted his cooking.

    “I am a professional after all, I will cook the most delicious meal,” Meer told her, “You doubt my skills as a professional?”

    The quick answer was yes. But Meer had a lot of himself to prove. He was not going to let someone tell him he could not do something. It was his size that offended her, he was sure of it.

    “I get it, you’re jealous of my size, and my youth,” Meer told her, “But I am professional.”

    Devo turned to Phylis practically launching himself onto her, and seizing a bit of her clothing.

    "Phy-chi," Devo whined, "I was on my way to the guild and the bandit took my clothes. I was admiring how well I looked in them. The trench coat was made by me. It took days to sew and I thought. Wow I look like a super spy."

    His trench coat went sailing, landing on Meer as if he were a coat hangar.

    "Oi!" Meer said handing Devo the trench coat, "The joke is over with."

    "What?" Devo asked Meer.

    "Nothing, you just need to be more of a professional," Meer told Devo.

    Devo's eyes sparkled.

    "Yes Senpai!"
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    Eiji opened the guild door to leave and that is when Alexander came stating he'd come along, and Eiji didn't mind the company but to be honest he never liked Alexander's armor but Alexander did have one of the most unique types of magic he had ever seen. Eiji just nodded giving the ok "So, what exactly is this job, anything interesting or is far simpler than the name suggests?" Alexander had asked.

    "Honestly I don't know but it pays 10,000 jewel so its probably nothing interesting if anything it was given that title to lure mages hoping for some grand mission but any mage with common sense will know that this is nothing amazing" he replied.

    While thinking about the trip, the sun was out and Alexander wears armor and he didn't want to slow down because of Alexander. He didn't like to be lazy and use his magic for fast travel but its not like they were going to get into a fight. He allowed Alexander to walk ahead of him as he created a magic seal and darkness began to envelop Eiji and crept towards Alexander... "Alex your gonna wanna take a deep breath" he warns before it envelops Alexander as well.

    This spell turned them basically enveloped them into the shadow-like substance and they can move at high speeds. To get to Magnolia took all of 10 minutes and they emerges just a few feet from the home of the person who posted the job. Eiji was a little weak emerging out of the shadows as this was not meant for long distance travel mainly quick evasion and short distance but he burned up a lot of magic power. He sat on the ground to regain some strength, "Sorry but I wanna get this job over with" he says.

    After 10 minutes


    A old woman came their way, and she was quite a lively old woman because she was pulling a large wagon with a lot of lumber. It was actually comical as one wouldn't think a woman would have such physical strength but she did not look all too happy. She saw Eiji sitting on the ground and he looked a little weak and saw Alexander standing there so she decided to speak to him. "You guys here for the job, well here ya go fix my house, chop chop" she ordered pointing to a destroyed home.

    Eiji: "Mind giving us a little information... the job said the destruction has come"
    Old woman: "Yea the destruction to my house these dark guild mages came through town causing trouble I wasn't having it hit one of them real good with what little magic strength I have left in these old bones. The idiots destroyed my house so if you want the 10,000 jewels fix my house" she says leaving the wagon before them.

    Eiji stood up, "To answer your question you can take 20% of the reward since this will involve lots of labor, and you might want to lose the armor" he says standing up removing his shirt and grabs some lumber and starts walking towards the home to get started.
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  14. It was time for her to actually get to work. And besides, there's a certain someone who has entered in. So innocent, so meek, so scatter brained. She had to have him as her own. And it seemed Fredrick was taking a job himself. It seemed more up her alley than the others. Besides, Frederick made nice music. Easy to meditate. She walked behind Devo, grabbed him by his collar and began dragging him along.

    "Me and Devo with Frederick."

    Hey club was all the way across the room.

    "Force Pull."

    The club came hurtling across the room, whizzing past everyone between her and the door, before finding it's way gracefully into her hand. She didn't even budge with the massive weight of the club
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    Eliarte Vexis

    Activity & Location:

    Speaking with Phyllis & Devising Ideas
    (Crystal Owl - Main Hall)

    Speaking with Frederick
    (Crystal Owl - Main Hall)

    Playfully fighting with Meer
    (Crystal Owl - Main Hall)

    Interactions & Tags:

    Phyllis Thirn - Guild Master - @Rauzi
    Mezmeer Hypnos Sortilege
    - @Clyde
    Frederick Heindall - @Blitzfang43
    Ona - @Reanimator Bob



    Listening Music:

    *I wasn't per say' listening to music while writing this, more so watching youtube videos. This happens to be the one I was watching white writing*

    I shortly swapped over to music...because I couldn't help feeling the nostalgia'. ♥

    Eliarte brought her hands up behind her head, connecting them behind her neck and resting them in a weight-supportive stance. Her drink down on the table before her, she stood pondering just what to do for the guild's well-being a future income. There was no way she was going to be apart of a lack luster guild, that was for-sure not going to happen; Eliarte had more pride than that, and she was sure a vast majority of the others did as well. She looked down to Phyllis who had seemed to practically give up at this point, for a moment, Eliarte felt like pouring her half finished drink on the master, however, her self integrity and self preservation won over - though she had only ever once seen Phyllis fight, Eliarte didn't believe her magic refined enough to challenge the woman, and she was under the impression that pouring her drink on top of Phyllis would elicit such a reaction.

    Eliarte turned to the new person who had taken a seat beside her, realizing almost immediately it was Frederick. She sighed, hoping for a more level headed inclusion to this conversation.
    "Everyone's souls are quite agitated today no? Though with being near bankruptcy and the drought of jobs I guess it should be a well placed feeling."
    Eliarte sighed, realizing Frederick's point was only going to keep this attitude within the guild going.
    "Unfortunately, you are correct. This needs to end." Eliarte looked over to Meer who had seemed to be boasting about his height - with a confused look, she squinted her eyes, watching the boy. "Meer, last time I checked--" Eliarte look down to her toes, then back up to Meer, "--I'm taller than you...". The woman smirked with a laughable expression to her face. She took a moment to imagine a large, cartoon finger, gloved in it's appearance above Meers head, it appeared shortly after, floating in the air directly above the boys head. Now poke him, she thought. It was fantastic to see Meer in a tizzy.

    Eliarte shifted her attention over to Ona, who had subsequently taken Devo by his shirt, pulling him god knows where. Eliarte herself was about done with the whole situation, and had decided in that moment, she needed to go. "I'm coming as well." Eliarte interected. She stood from the table, taking one last look at the pitiful master before retreating to her room upstairs to obtain her armor. With it now in hand, she equipped the entire ensemble, leaving her hood down to be respectful within the guilds halls, and made her way downstairs to the small group of three that were about to depart.

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  16. In one swift action, Devo was dragged off by the she devil child.

    While Meer remained at the guild. Only to be informed he was short. He was not short, he was the perfect size for getting into small areas. Before he could respond she too walked off. He looked at Phylis. Who was the last person he could approach.

    “You don’t think I am short do you?” Meer asked her.

    All though the raise of her brow, and the wide grin on his face meant the both of them knew the real answer. Even if it were the answer. It didn’t stop him. He was a professional after all.

    “Well Phylis, I’m off to do my job,” Meer said, sauntering off by himself. In truth he may or may not wanted her to follow him. Except that he never be so straightforward. If there was a large beast involved. Or if there was anything that wanted to pound him into meat size shapes of Meer. He have no protection.

    But with Phylis. He could use her broad, womanly tones, to keep himself guarded. Meanwhile, the guild like to keep an eye out on him because of the things he liked to do. Clients coming back with complaints about their shampoo being replaced with shaving cream. Which the guild humbly denied had anything to do with him.

    Yet, they knew exactly it had everything to do with him.
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  17. Phyllis Thirn

    She watched everyone taking their leave and as Eliarte left as well, she sighed to herself. Hearing Meer say that he was taking his leave as well was too much for her. She jumped up from the table and quickly waved a goodbye to Lisanna before walking after Meer. Upon catching him she moved to his side "Well guess i come with you then.. it's not like i'm going to stay at the guild alone" she says and put her hands in her pockets, just because it felt more natural to her and that she was totally prepared for any ambushes there possibly could be. "So cooking? You can take care of that, i'll watch after you" she says boldly, Like i could leave you without being babysitted, it has been only three weeks and every job he has done we have gotten complaints from clients afterwards.. she thought, "Which town were we even heading for?" she asks.
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  18. "Ah I see! Thank you master for jogging my memory." Coming to a close within the song Frederick finished on a high note before placing his violin back within her case. The isle that they were bound for did have quite the bit of mystery and history behind it, but he'd have plenty of time to read up on the way there. He was rather nervous as this would be his first mission within a group, and hopefully his magics were good enough to keep pace with the others. Picking up the case he made his way towards the entrance towards the others who wished to accompany him along the quest.

    Devo and Ona were an eager, yet also odd pair that he would need to get used to if he wanted to use his abilities to full effect. Just as he was about to greet them he heard Eliarte speak up about tagging along which made him feel a bit better as he felt more comfortable around her than the others. "Well I guess it shall be quite the little adventure in store for us yes? I look forward to helping out within the fields of reason." He did a slight bow towards the other two as he waited for Eliarte to come back down from her room.

    He did have a slight want to obtain the sheets from his room to practice them on the road, but he decided against it shortly to save the others the trouble of going through his learning process late at night. He took out a map to assure himself of the best path to take for their trip into Tenrou. Just as he finished making a mock outline he saw Eli come back down ready to go. "Well we are all prepared and ready to move out? If so then lets get started as traveling by night hasn't been too safe in my past experiences." He gave them all a wide smile and took his first step outside the guild hall onwards to hopefully a rather simple and lucrative endeavor.
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  19. Alexander looked around at the shadowy substance and almost reached out to touch it, but then remembered that it was someone's magic and it was probably a bad idea to poke it while they were inside it and presumably travelling at high speed. He waited out the time patiently and in silence.

    "Couldn't she just hire some builders?" Alex asked Eiji as he started to draw a symbol in the air this one glowed a bright red, the same red as freshly spilt blood. It was a strange shape, a flat topped triangle with two lines extending from the top and two more lines above them. After finishing it it snapped in to his chest and he stretched, joints cracking as he did so. "I cannot remove my armour, It is part of the system keeping me alive." He explained as he drove his staff in to the ground where it stood quivering as he walked towards the cart of wood and started to sort the logs by relative size. He handled the logs with ease, seeming not to care about their weight in the slightest. "Pointless manual labour.... any prefrence on how we do this?" He grumbled then looked to Eiji. "Lets go after the dark guild. bet it'll be more interesting and don't the magic council pay a bounty for defeating dark guilds or something?" He said, it was pretty clear he had a smile on under the helmet.
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  20. @EddiEddi

    Eiji was surprised to learn that his armor was actually keeping him alive so he didn't bring it up again. Alex was getting the lumber while Eiji was hammering away at the side of the house. "Yea well it's cheaper to get a Mage to do the work a professional would cost her around 4 times as many jewels" he said responding to Alexander's inquiry... "Besides not like the whole house is destroyed it will take some hours but it can be done just keep handing me the lumber and I will take care of it"

    After sometime Alexander mentioned that it'd be better going after the dark guild and that there is a reward for defeating dark guilds.
    "You know what Alex that's a great idea and it could help our guilds money troubles... Let's do it" he says dropping the tools

    "Now I can track the gu..." He began to say until the old woman interrupted
    Old woman: "Hey why'd you to stop working?"
    Eiji: "We decided to go handle that dark guild for you we can take them out and use some of the bounty to get your home fixed professionally"

    Eiji turned back to Alexander to explain how they can track down the mages and a stone fist hit him in the side of the face sending him airborne luckily he was able to land on his feet and his fist turned jet black as he looked up and the old woman had used takeover magic to turn her fist into stone.


    The takeover spell began to deteriorate "You just lucky I'm not as young as I use to be or you'd be halfway across fiore by now. The job is to fix my house not play hero besides you two will be beaten before you know it. NOW FIX MY HOUSE." She says then turns her attention to Alexander while the rock fist crumbled "You want some of this to you talking suit of armor" she threatened but any Mage could see she only had one good strike in her and she'll have to replenish what little magic power she had left.

    Eiji walked up to her glaring "No matter we will fix your house as promised lady but we're gonna take down that dark guild" he says as the lady turns and leaves.

    Eiji gets back to work "come on Alex let's finish this while my living ink will track down the remnants of the magic the dark guild members left. It will take some time but when it finds them I will know" he says as he creates a magic circle and a black line stretches out and slowly gets longer then goes invisible to the human eye.

    "Damn old woman either way that punch hurt. The trail will show itself when whoevers lingering magic we are tracking is found its ordered to locate the source of the magic that did this damage" he explained
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