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« Reply #75 on: Jul 12th, 2016, 10:59pm »

The black haired women smiled coldly at Christopher. “Such bravery. You must have been a great knight,” she said, slowly. “Tell me, boy, have you ever heard of Emeric the Evil?” she paused. “He might have been before your time. He was a legendary dark wizard whose power was possessed a power many feared and few could fight and live to tell the tale.” She paused, and took another step forward. “His was the power to bring dead spirits back to life...in a sense at least, no magic can truly bring back the dead, of course. They were only shadows, you see, but they could still fight and kill for him, and so they did...for a time. One day,” Imbyria took a few steps backwards, towards her sister. “Emeric the Evil wandered into these woods. I found him about twenty miles from here. I killed the Necromancer, and took his power for my own.” She raised her hands and, from the ground, two creatures emerged from the soil. They were dark, murky figures, whose shape appeared and faded, flickering eerily. They held swords made of the same dark, shining material as their own bodies. They were human, or had, several years ago, been humans. “Enjoy,” she whispered menacingly, and the two spirits lunged forward, clumsily but quickly, at Christopher.

Instinct made Zyliria realize that Lyfiria was even quieter than she usually was. Sensing the worst, she leapt backwards, and pulled Caitlyn away from a tree root that had been inching towards the girl’s ankle as Imbyria had been talking just as the root snapped forward at them. The trees around them shuddered menacingly as branches and leaches whipped forward at Zyliria and Caitlyn. Zyliria dodged and whirled, armed only with her own speed, keeping the flustered Caitlyn safe from harm and out of the Lyfiria’s grip.

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« Reply #76 on: Jul 12th, 2016, 11:16pm »

It was true, Christopher hadn't heard of the necromancer before, but stayed on guard. When he saw the shades rise from the ground he readied his blade for defense, but something wasn't right. Even though mud spilt forth from the unhinged maw of the shadow creatures, it stayed slightly transparent. He saw the blade, and feared the ghostly steel.
Deciding it'd be smarter to run, he tried turning on his heels, but found his ankles were bound to the spot by what looked like roots. His sword scattered away from him as he fell, and it spun, the blade tip facing him.
Taking the blade in his hands wasn't going to be smart, but it was his only chance. He barehanded the sharpened steel, and pulled it towards him, taking the pommel in his bleeding palms, and dodging the first shade's sword, it cutting into the earth to his right, and spinning out of the way of the other monster. His blood decorated the steel, and he prepared for the worst, "Run Zyliria! Run Caitlyn!" He called out, holding his blade out, impaling one of the phantoms. It shocked him when he actually felt his blade go through the thing. Phantoms weren't supposed to be killable.
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« Reply #77 on: Jul 12th, 2016, 11:46pm »

Zyliria nodded, and, throwing Caitlyn over her shoulder, took off down the road. “Follow them,” said Imbyria, nodding in the direction Zyliria and Caitlyn had run off. Lyfiria nodded, and took off at a light jog after the two girls. Imbyria smiled, as her two phantoms battled Christopher. “Ah,” she said, leaning against a tree lazily. “Now I remember. I did sense a magic like the one your daughter’s got...only a few days ago.” She looked upwards at the sky, remembering the moment she’d seen the dark wings block out the sun for a mere second before it had vanished. “That great beast...how on earth did your daughter get that kind of magic?” she smiled, stretching lazily against the tree. “It doesn’t matter...mother loves a good fight against a dragon...we’re all ready for it. I just didn’t think it would come in the form of a little girl,” she scoffed.

Zyliria ran as fast as she could, Caitlyn glancing back as she was carried. “What are they?!” she shouted as the two ran down the path.
“Animi, like me, I told you!”
“But what about that magic?” Caitlyn was quite certain Zyliria was not capable of raising the dead or controlling the woods.
“They’ve stolen it...all the powers my sisters have, they’ve stolen it...taken it from passersby. Dark Wizards, wood nymphs...each of them control some great power.”
“Why haven’t you a magical power like that?”
“I’m the youngest...I left before I had the chance...I didn’t want to go through that process,”
“What process?” Zyliria skidded to a halt. Lyfiria was in front of them, one eyebrow raised, a wall of branches and twigs blocking the road behind her.
“We’ll have to talk later, said Zyliria, narrowing her eyebrows at Lyfiria. “Hello, sister,”
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« Reply #78 on: Jul 13th, 2016, 12:10am »

Lyfiria stood confidently in front of Zyliria, "You've always been so pathetic sister." She snapped her fingers twice, and her leafy hair rustled, seemingly communicating with the plants in the nearby vicinity. From up atop one tree, a vine shot out of the foliage, and latched itself around Zyliria's left wrist. Another copied the same path, snaring her right, and winding around her arms, lifting her and Caitlyn into the air. Caitlyn fell from Zyliria's back, and the vines wrapped themselves around the animi's neck, starting to strangle her. "It's a pity. You were always my favorite sister. Mother had such high hopes for you. To think you're buddying up with a pair of humans. Disgusting."

Christopher swung his sword upwards, cutting through the ghoul, a black ink like substance sprayed from the ghoul's now opened up chest cavity and shoulder. It collapsed to the ground, melting back into the mud. Now that Lyfiria was gone, Christopher could focus on fighting the remaining ghoul, since the roots had stopped tightening around his legs. Christopher swung downwards viciously, fazing through the ghoul's blade, but still cutting through the roots holding him down. He dove out of the way of the creature, freeing himself from the plants that had immobilized him, as the monstrous thing tried to trample him. He rolled away from the undead monstrosity, into a bush. He hoped to god Lyfiria wasn't paying attention to where he was. He hid there in waiting for the beast to try to find him.
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« Reply #79 on: Jul 13th, 2016, 10:35pm »



Zyliria, caught in Lyfiria’s vines, transformed partially, so that instead of hands and fingers she had paws and her wolf claws. She hacked at the the vines viciously, and a few broke, but as each bit of plant broke away, more seemed to grow out of the tree to take it’s place. She was, it seemed, stuck. The vine coiled around her neck squeezed painfully, and her mind was overcome with the fog of panic. Her arms scrabbled uselessly in the vines.

Caitlyn watched fearfully as her new friend was choked and tortured above her. She had no idea how exactly Lyfiria’s powers worked, how she controlled the forest that surrounded her, but she knew that she had to something to help. She was no longer the helpless girl who’d hid when dragonfire had razed the town of Hostar. She had real power now, the power of the dragon itself, and she could do something to stop this death. She could feel her fear, the terror of watching this bizarre witch torture her friend, and pushed it aside. She could not be afraid, she needed to focus. She concentrated again, and felt another, deeper feeling, a power radiating from her that she remembered well from not long ago. The power of the dragon. She closed her eyes, focusing on that power, bringing it forward, to the tips of her fingers. She felt a warmth there, and opened her eyes to see it aflame. She gasped, and the flame instantly died. She focused again, and this time aimed her hands towards the vines as they stretched from the woods to the trapped Zyliria, hoping that fire would come forth as it had when Christopher had almost been killed.

Flames erupted from her hands, a great burst of fire in both directions, torching the vines that had held Zyliria. Zyliria dropped to the ground, and lay there for a few moments, coughing and breathing heavily.

Imbyria was momentarily stunned. She’d yet to see a blade that had not been imbued with some kind of magic cut through her phantoms. She frowned as Christopher leapt into the bushes, hiding from the second phantom, which glanced around haplessly. She sighed. “Lyfiria!” she called. When no reply came, she smiled. “She’s out of earshot...that’s good, she hates when I do this,” She waved a hand across the woods, and every plant her hand passed by withered and died, crumbling to dust like the phantom Christopher had slain. As she walked slowly forward the grass, bushes and trees fading around her until Christopher’s hiding spot was revealed, as the bush he was concealed behind simply faded into ashes. “Found you,” she said quietly as the second phantom charged at him.
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« Reply #80 on: Jul 13th, 2016, 11:30pm »

Cristopher watched as the plant life fell to rot. He watched as all the forest life went silent, and all the leaves dried up, and died. As soon as he was revealed in the dying foliage, he feared he would be dissolved as well. He was sure she would be able to. As the ghoul came forth, it vomited foul watery mud, twigs stuck out of its shoulders, one stray twig protruded from its left eye socket.
The creature's pale skin sagged grossly.
Just looking at the thing made him want to vomit. As it let out a loud scream, he panicked, and fumbled with his sword, blood dripping off the pommel of his sword. He slashed down at the thing's ankle, and sliced through its whole leg, leaving it on one foot and a stub.
The creature let out another scream, this time bloodcurdlingly so. It smashed its swollen fist against Christopher's stomach, and sent him flying through the air, crashing into a rotten stump.

Lyfiria stumbled backwards, startled by the power this child seemed to Wield. She snarled as she saw her sister fall down to the earth. Snapping her fingers once again, her leafy hair rattled again, and a single vine shot out of the trees again, this time, snaring Caitlyn's ankle, and whipping her upside down and into the air. "So, she must be the reason you decided to go solo. Trying to go on your own private venture. You were gonna do her in weren't you?" She laughed and clapped her hands. "Silly Zyliria. You didn't really think you could finish her off alone did you?"
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« Reply #81 on: Jul 14th, 2016, 7:21pm »

Caitlyn was completely shocked and entirely unprepared for the world to suddenly fly out from under her feet and hover a few feet above her head. Her powers unleashed, but she herself was completely discombobulated by the sudden upheaval. She bobbed around wildly, spewing huge bursts of fire in random directions in panic. Such an attack would never work against the skilled witch.

Zyliria dodged a fireball that roasted a nearby bush. “Careful girl!” she shouted up at Caitlyn, who did not seem to pay the slightest attention. Caitlyn was now between the two sisters, and Zyliria was unsure of how to free her. Her claws had been largely unsuccessfully at slicing the vines, and any way past Caitlyn would be to risk death at the hands of a child who did not seem entirely control of her wildly dangerous powers. She scowled. It would be the only way. She certainly could not defeat Lyfiria, but Caitlyn’s firepower seemed to be able to make short work of the plant matter Lyfiria depended on. Dodging another fireball, she lunged at Lyfiria, intent on distracting the witch long enough for Caitlyn to free herself from the vines and get another fireball in at the witch.

As the phantom limped after the stumbling Christopher, Imbyria kept her distance from the fight, watching closely. “I can’t help but wonder,” she said, calling out over the clash of steel and whatever the phantom’s sword was made of. “What made Zyliria join your little group. She always was the weakest of us, but Mother thought she was promising, though, she was always waiting for the right magic to bind to her.” She paused, and grinned. “Now I see. Little Zyliria went and found it herself. The power of a dragon. And now you’ve sent the poor girl off with her.” she laughed. “You will die alone at the hands of the dead, while she faces a fate much worse than death at the hands of the woman you foolishly thought you could trust,” she taunted.
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« Reply #82 on: Jul 14th, 2016, 9:45pm »

"You're lying! Zyliria wouldn't ever hurt her!" Christopher dodged as the ghouls sword split the rotten tree in two, and splintered in all directions. He saw imbyria leaning up against a tree. Christopher's hands shook, and his face went pale as the creature came up close to him. Since it was walking on a leg leg of sorts, it would be easy to maneuver around it, but something wasn't right. Why wasn't Imbyria summoning another monster? Was she that confident? Or were there only two bodies in the area?
Christopher noticed that in order to stand up stable, it had its legs parted in a defensive stance. This was the perfect opportunity. He swung his sword upwards in a vicious swing, cleaving the creature's stubbed leg clean off, dropping it to the ground. It let out another ear splitting shriek of... Pain? Before Christopher could make the finishing move, it swung it's ghostly sword at the inexperienced knight, managing to cut his shin. There was too much adrenaline running through his body, and he didn't feel the slash. He swung down, and ended the dead creature's existence.
"K-kill this!"

Lyfiria was startled by the sudden attack by her sister, and raised her eyebrows in surprise. She simply swung an open hand in the direction. Of Zyliria, and a tree branch mimicked the motion, knocking Zyliria out of the way. Zyliria's plan had somewhat worked, as she'd lost focus on Caitlyn, and dropped her to the ground. "Very clever Sis. Tell me what did you really plan to accomplish by running at me like that? Surely you didn't think you could catch me off guard did you?" She laughed, almost maniacally, and made a motion with her hands as if she was grasping some imaginary object. As she did this, roots underneath Zyliria came to life, uprooting themselves, and tangling themselves around her, fettering her to the ground, and slowly crushing her in their grasp. "Squirm!"
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« Reply #83 on: Jul 15th, 2016, 8:44pm »

Zyliria, caught in a network of roots that was quickly suffocating her, could do little to respond to Lyfiria’s goading. She could only thrash in her bonds, trying and failing to keep the roots from her neck, where they began to strangling her to death. She looked up at Lyfiria, and hardly recognized the face she’d known and loved for so many years, now contorted in rage and vicious triumph. Of course, she’d seen that face a lot, When Lyfiria had caught a deer in her vines, a meal for the pack, or when she had a merchant hoisted by one ankle by a vine and She could only hope that the girl who’d moments ago been blasting out fireballs every two seconds had the energy to hit Lyfiria with the same sort of firepower.

Caitlyn blinked blearily, the world righted. She was back on the ground, though a little shell shocked from having been unceremoniously dropped there as Lyfiria’s vines instead wrapped themselves around Zyliria. Zyliria’s tactic had freed her from the witch’s grasp, but now it was she who was wrapped in plant life, and Lyfiria was far more brutal with her sister than when dealing with Caitlyn, Caitlyn thought. Sitting up on the ground, Caitlyn determined her next move. Burning away the vines that had attacked Zyliria the last time would presumably result in the same result as the last time she’d tried that. No, if she was to be truly successful, she’d have to go for the source. She aimed both of her hands at Lyfiria, and fired a powerful blast of fire towards the witch.

Imbyria was stunned to hear a BOOM echoing across the forest. She turned, away from Christopher, to stare off in the direction the blast had come from, the direction Zyliria and Caitlyn had run off to. “I never should have let Lyfiria take her on directly...the girl’s powers are well suited to burning out her powers.” she paused, and said, a little louder, now talking directly to Christopher “Well, I think your girl’s got more power than she knows…” she turned back to him, stepping into the shadow of the blackened remains of a tree “Keep a close eye on her, boy...I know I will,” and, with a flash of her golden halo, she vanished.
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« Reply #84 on: Jul 16th, 2016, 12:49am »

Just as Christopher had swung down with his sword, prepared to slice through imbyria, but she melted into shadow, fading away before the sword was able to bite into her neck. He let out a frustrated yowl, enraged by her words. That's when he remembered what she'd said about Zyliria doing in his daughter. He sprinted in the direction the fiery roar was coming from, hoping he wasn't too late.

Lyfiria's eyes lit up greedily as she saw the two plumes of fire coming her way. It took her too long to realize she should dodge out of the way. She dove away, narrowly avoiding getting consumed in flame. Her leafy tail wasn't so fortunate, as it caught flame. She shrieked in pain and panic as her tail went up in flames. "Imbyria!" She wailed in pain. She rolled back and forth, trying to put out the fire.
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« Reply #85 on: Jul 16th, 2016, 11:24am »


Zyliria, still tangled in the now still roots, hacked her way out of her bonds, sitting up shakily, stretching her arms awkwardly, trying to regain some feeling in her fingers. Lyfiria had very nearly killed her, and Zyliria had no way of knowing whether Lyfiria had truly wanted to finish her off or if she’d simply intended to knock her out and take Caitlyn. She looked up to see Lyfiria, her tail on fire and smiled nostalgically, remembering days long gone by.

She was curled up on a rocky cliff, next to her mother. They were looking out over the clearing, where Lyfiria stood, in her human form, nervously looking away from them, her fists raised. Fire blasted across their narrow clearing. Lyfiria yipped and leapt across the clearing, screeching in pain as her newly obtained leaves burned. There was a sigh, and a spout of water doused the animus, putting out the fire. “So, I guess we shouldn’t put you up against anyone who has any control over fire,” said the witch who’d conjured the water. She was in her wolf form, though her magic had altered it alarmingly. She was a light shade of blue, and her tail was now a thick, powerful fin. “Well, maybe she should go up against you, Vapyria,” called a voice from opposite side of the clearing. The fire witch who’d ignited Lyfiria’s tail stepped forward. She was also in her wolf form, her fur a triumphant orange with a golden mane and tail.

“Now now you two,” said a voice beside Zyliria. Her mother smiled warmly down at the three of them, in her human form, her pink hair pooling on either side of her as she sat on the rocky edge of the cave all of them had been raised in. “Let’s be civil here...but yes, I do think you should try your new powers on Vapyria, Lyfiria,” Lyfiria nodded, turning to face Vapyria, who transformed into her human form and lunged at her.

“Moooom!” a voice called out from the other side of her mother. Two young wolves, strode over to their mother, transforming into their human forms to sit beside her. “When will we get our powers?” one of the two boys asked. Their mother smiled, and hugged him. “Soon, my child, soon...one day we’ll go out on another hunt for you both,” the boys grinned, and watched the Lyfiria and Vapyria spar.

A small hand on Zyliria’s shoulder jerked her out of her memory. She looked over, and saw Caitlyn, looking concerned. “Thanks, Caitlyn that...that was perfect,” she said, pulling herself to her feet. She took a few steps, only to fall back down, still slightly tangled in the roots.

Caitlyn knelt and quickly set about unraveling the roots that were still tangled around Zyliria’s legs, keeping an eye out at Lyfiria, still on fire. She felt a little sorry for the burning witch, but she had tried to kill the both of them, and did not appear to be in any mortal peril. She did feel slightly pleased with herself. She’d saved her friend’s life from a witch. However, she was still a little confused on why exactly Zyliria’s sisters wanted to kill her.

Imbyria stepped out from the shadows next to Lyfiria, and Caitlyn instantly stepped forward, between Zyliria and her two sisters, her hands raised protectively. Imbyria gave her a scathing look, and attended to Lyfiria’s burning leafy tail. The leaves on fire fell away, as dead as the chunk of forest she’d killed earlier in her fight with Christopher. She rose, a hand on Lyfiria’s shoulder, and turned to Caitlyn. “‘till we meet again, girl,” she nodded curtly, and the two witches faded into shadow.
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« Reply #86 on: Jul 16th, 2016, 7:10pm »

Christopher came rushing in, but paused as he saw the torched forest before him. Whole trees were burnt down to their stumps, and some branches were caught aflame. He saw Caitlyn standing by Zyliria, and he rushed to his daughter's side, and pulled her back away from Zyliria, a shred of doubt was in his mind from what Imbyria was saying. "What did she mean?" He shouted, "she said a fate worse than death! What did she mean by that?" He put himself between his daughter and Zyliria. He noticed that her tail seemed to have been crushed, and her ankles were still tightly wrapped. "I'm not going to help you out till I get some answers!"
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« Reply #87 on: Jul 17th, 2016, 11:06am »

Zyliria scowled at him, before hacking at the roots with her claws. “I don’t need your help,” she said, angrily. For a few minutes, she slashed at the roots, until she was able to stand. She was noticeably nervous. She’d kept this crucial information from him, and it had almost gotten them all killed. He had, she supposed, a right to be angry. That did not change the fact that she was now slightly angry with him for getting between her and Caitlyn, who she’d almost gotten killed trying to protect. She rose, slowly, her ankles crying out in pain. She ignored the pain, giving Christopher a furious expression. “Well, Christopher,” she began, before faltering. It was still a topic she still did not want to talk about. “Well, my siblings and mother...they used to be like me, shapeshifting animi.” She paused, taking a few steps backwards to lean heavily against a tree. “But my mother developed a...a process by which they could gain magical abilities.” she paused again, breathing deeply before continuing. “They could take the powers of a magical being they came across. The...they would be absorbed, essentially, their magical ability drained, along with their soul,” she shuddered, and looked back over at Christopher. “It’s..It’s a very painful process,” she said. “After that, they become witches, capable of the magic you just witnessed.”


Caitlyn looked around her father at Zyliria, still tangled in the roots, before looking up at Christopher herself. She wasn’t entirely sure why he was suddenly afraid of Zyliria, especially after she’d just tried to save her from her own sister. She stood up, and placed a hand on her father’s shoulder. “You can trust Zyliria, Dad, she saved me from that Tree Witch just a minute ago. She was almost killed doing it!” she pleaded. “She’s not like them, I promise!”
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« Reply #88 on: Jul 17th, 2016, 11:23am »

The knight felt his face becoming pallor, and realized that if it wasn't for Zyliria, his daughter truly would have died. He brought Caitlyn back in front of him, and knelt down in front of the wolf girl. He bowed his head, and said regrettably, "im so sorry I doubted you. Please, forgive me for ignoring the truth in front of my eyes. You could have done that last night during your watch, but instead you chose to go against your family... Is that why you were trying to leave the forest? To escape your family?"

Meanwhile, miles away, lyfiria howled in pain as her tail stung. "You know I hate it when you do that to the forest, why would you do it to me!" Tears streamed down her face as she cried loudly.
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« Reply #89 on: Jul 17th, 2016, 11:52am »

Zyliria paused. “I...yes, I couldn’t...I didn’t want that to happen to me. I didn’t want to do that to someone. Least of all her,” she said, gesturing to Caitlyn. She shivered again, before rising to stride over to Christopher. She rested a paw on his shoulder, turning it back into a hand. “I forgive you,” she said quietly. “And I apologize for not telling you about them,” she looked over her shoulder anxiously. “We should move, though...I think your horse has run off, and I have more siblings than just those two,” she said.

Caitlyn smiled, despite herself. It made her happy to see Christopher and Zyliria back on good terms they’d come so close to combat. However, she did feel uneasy at the idea of being ‘absorbed’. She could only hope that she didn’t get caught by the sisters when she was alone.

Imbyria scowled. “It was the best way,” she said, before amending. “The quickest way,” She smiled, and gave her a hug, a move less comforting when delivered by the disturbingly cold dark witch. “There there,” she said, soothingly. “Don’t cry.”

“Yes,” said another voice, and a long thick, white tendril curled around Lyfiria’s shoulders. Both witches turned, and bowed their heads.

“Mother,” Imbryia said. A soft laugh echoed through the clearing. “We found Zyliria.”
“But didn’t bring her...why?” Imbyria shivered.
“She was accompanied by a...a girl. A girl who has the powers of the dragon I saw a couple days ago,” the laughter ceased instantly.
“Well,” said the soft voice, even smoother, and somehow even more terrifying. “I do love a good dragon fight...It’s been so long,”
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