Cerina Sael Not again. I had been trying to move the stupid rock out of my way for a while now, yet kept failing. The control I had over my powers wasn't strong, but I felt like it would be strong enough for this at least. Apparently not. Taking a break, I sat back and looked up at the sky. Strange to imagine some air users were able to fly. If there were any left. After the world had been mostly destroyed by one all powerful elemental, there were only ruins and ashes. Even so, the armies that had served him still roamed to destroy those who had powers. Elementals had been rare when the world was at peace; they were almost non-existent now. However according to some rumours, there was a safe haven somewhere in the world. I had been following the rumours for some days now, but with barely any luck. Most people wouldn't talk, as elementals were hunted and people didn't want to be on the wrong end of a stick. Instead they were on the wrong end of my gun. They usually talked then. Standing up again, I decided to go around the rock instead of attempting to practice my powers. No point in wasting time where hunters could catch up to me. Not that I knew anyone was actually on my trail. It was highly unlikely but you couldn't be too careful, not in a world like this. I had been travelling on flat ground for the past few days however, and hadn't seen a single soul. Nor felt anything. Which was both a good and bad sign. Gritting my teeth, I hoisted my backpack up and began to carefully tread north. The rumours pointed there, and there I would go.