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1 The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Mon Dec 13, 2010 1:55 am

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A large, dark pine forest blankets most of Carcen, serving as a natural defense for Ashita Academy. Many a fearsome entity may live in here, though... What surprises does the forest hold?

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2 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:19 pm

Riding into the forest Blake felt hoped that they wouldn't run into any goblins or anything of the like. The very air around them became thicker and Blake remembered that last few times he had been here. They hadn't ended very well...but this was in the name of adventure and Blake had always wanted to see the whole forest and the other side of it. Besides, there were advantages for him traveling in a dark forest.
You know what they say. Curiosity killed the cat. But satisfaction brought him back.
Let's hope I'm satisfied then. Blake chuckled to himself.

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3 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:21 pm

Vetiis entered the forest, and how strange was it that it was so dark now when it was not so at the Academy, he looked to around hearing strange noises within the darkness and he took a deep breath and walked forward, trying to stay silent but to move at a steady pace. He had trained in the mountains, and heard strange things coming from the forest, and now he may face some of these terrible things at last, and truthfully, he wasn't sure what to do if he did.

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4 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:28 pm

Gilrim entered the forest, still chuckling at the petrified goblin faces. the battle-hardened dwarf seemed to hold no fear of entering such a place, but between the chuckles his eyes scanned the forest. Presumably, he was looking for something to kill.

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5 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:34 pm

"So, Thane. Tell me. How did you get here exactly?" Blake's curiosity overcame his need to stay quiet in this place so he couldn't help but ask.

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6 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:38 pm

Vetiis heard the others entered the forest, and he didn't like that he begin to walk quicker now trying to stay as far away from them as possible. He was deep in thought and he shook his head.

Yue is going to kill me after he knows I departed without giving him a note of absence. Damn it...

As he moved forward, the forest grew slightly denser, and it almost seemed to dim the sound of the ones who were behind him. Though he had no perception on if he had gone further, or the that forest was merely playing tricks on him. Either of these are truly possible, but he decided to ignore those possibilities and move forward.

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7 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:43 pm

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Luthier groaned as his horse plodded through the pine needles.

"We picked a bad time to leave, it's almost dusk. We should probably thinking about finding a place to set up camp for the night. Better in here than out there, though. Probably won't be running into any robbers, y'know?"

He looked around.

"Anybody see anywhere?"

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8 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:44 pm

Gilrim turned from his little joke and spoke to Blake.

"That gods damned magi Azrengr teleported me here. Him 'n 'is minions bae invadin mae homeland as we speak. That bae why ah need ta git back."

Then he turned to Luthier.

"Boy we jus' got movin'. Ah cinnae afford ta wait."

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9 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:51 pm

"Yeah . . . I say we keep moving too. But Thane, it'ld be safer to stay here for now. I know you want to keep moving but we will have to sleep eventually. The farther we go into the forest the more dangerous sleeping becomes. We should stop here and set up a camp."

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10 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:52 pm

"Sleep, it ain't even been a full day yet! We go' at least 3 before we need ta sleep!"

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11 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:02 am

"Yyyeeeaaahhh see, we aren't you."

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12 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:06 am

He looked up, realizing that dusk was coming and he narrowed his eyes and then closed them and whispered a strange mantra and then opened his eyes again. They weren't their normal haze of auburn now, they were red and glowing slightly and he trekked forward, with no means of stopping.
No way will I sleep now. I will absolutely not.

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13 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:07 am

"Wot's tha' mean?"

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14 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:13 am

Gilrim scratches his balls and then starts to sharpen his axe.

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15 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:14 am

"We NEED rest."

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16 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:15 am

"An ye'll get it! No one can go withou' sleep! The point i'm makin' is et's only been ah day ye lazy bastards!"

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17 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:49 am

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Luthier considered the options.

"I have a plan. Gilrim, you keep watch. We'll sleep. That way, next morning we'll be able to travel farther. I want to make sure the horses are rested too. I don't want to try traveling through the forest at night."

He started to unpack his sleeping bag, throwing it up against a knotted tree.

"Any problems with that? It makes sure we're all in top shape." He looked at the dwarf. "You definitely don't want us lagging behind if you bite off more than you can chew in here."

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18 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Thu Dec 16, 2010 1:53 am

"Sounds good to me." Blake says.

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19 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Thu Dec 16, 2010 10:03 pm

Gilrim nods sagely.

"Ah'll make sure noothin eats yer pansy arse in the noight! HA!"

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20 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Thu Dec 16, 2010 10:30 pm

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"Cool."

Luthier nodded, getting in his sleeping bag.

About a mile off, something watched.

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21 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Thu Dec 16, 2010 10:33 pm

Gilrim stared off into the woods, hoping he'd get to spill some blood.

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22 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Thu Dec 16, 2010 10:47 pm

Vetiis was staggering and then something foul struck the air, and Vetiis suddenly put his hand to his face and his eyes narrowed.
"What...what is that smell?"
Though Vetiis was strong, and had endured lots of training, this was a smell coming from the continent of Carcen, and because the density of the air in the woods made this almost intolerable. He then became dizzy and in his dizziness he tripped and hit the ground hard. He was spinning into unconsciousness and before his eyes gave up on him, he saw a flash that he had no idea if it was him or not, but along with that flash was a sound coming distinctively from Ashita Academy. There was only one word that came from the sound.
"Ruins"
What? Vetiis thought in a daze.
What the hell does Ruins mean? Why was it coming from Ashita Academy? I can't move. Who was that? I hope the students are safe. It'd be a shame if I died here. I really hope Luthier and the others don't find me...Not...good...."
His vision was none existent and there he was, sprawled out on the cold forest ground. Unconscious. With no control over what what happen to his body.

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23 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Thu Dec 16, 2010 10:58 pm

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A dark figure moved over to Vetiis' body, pulling it from the ground where he was.

"We've been trying to find this strain of blood for a while. Hope I'll be able to take it out of him."

The voice laughed, and the figure grinned.

"Come out, come out, wherever you are. I'm watching those dear to you, Svulkaine."

Vetiis and the shrouded figure disappeared.

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24 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Thu Dec 16, 2010 11:02 pm

Pulling his sleeping bag out of his pack Blake rolled it on the floor and tied his horse to the tree closest to him. As Blake set up his make shift camp he kept glancing up into the dark forest around him.
I wonder if she's watching. He thought to himself. It would be good if she was. She could help us get through the forest, maybe even go with us. I know she's never left but, maybe she will.

Sitting on his sleeping bag Blake just stared into the darkness.

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25 Re: The Highlands: Deepwood Forest. on Fri Dec 17, 2010 12:54 pm

What Blake didn't know was that she WAS watching. Kariti sat in the tree branches, smiling as the horse shook its head. She probably should have made her prescence known a lot sooner, but better late than never? She dropped quietly from the tree, and slowly approached Blake.

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