Now that Saleth was awake, Lana had looked to the town. There wasn't much left. Whatever chaos there had been, it had gone through the night and now seemed to be over and done with. This seemed to disappoint Lana. That didn't stop her from jumping to the next idea of causing chaos herself. Well, she certainly bounced back fast. As Saleth had cracked her neck and back, she heard Lana make a comment about cracking her up. Saleth gave her a flat look in response.
"I hate sleeping in trees, they're not comfortable."
Then, Lana had summoned that stuffed unicorn again. As she did so, she explained that she couldn't sleep without it. Only then did both of them take notice of the two unconscious guards. Lana pointed them out, stating that's what happened when she had the stuffed animal. As for when she didn't, Saleth didn't want to know. Maybe Lana's powers went erratic without it and made her a danger to everyone and not just the unfriendly ones?
When Saleth asked her what was next, Lana said that she wanted to hang around for a bit. Saleth let out a bit of a sigh before Lana said that, in all seriousness, she was going back to the prison. Saleth quirked an eyebrow at her as Lana said all this. Was she able to manage that all on her own? She had used a lot of power last night. Would it still effect her now?
"Hm...are you sure that you can do this? You did use a lot of energy last night."
Post by Lord S-Sha (CTG) on Jul 27, 2014 16:45:06 GMT -5
By Saleth's response to cracking up and hanging around it didn't look like she liked to laugh. That or she didn't share Lana's love for puns. This wasn't going to stop Lana from making puns. " Don't worry about sleeping in trees," Lana told her. " Their bark is worse than their bite." She giggled a little. She then looked back down at the unconscious guards. Just where were all these guards coming from? Oh right, the prison.
Seeing all the posters scattered on the ground, Lana shook her head. " Don't they ever learn? If you can't at least get my good side the poster isn't worth putting up. How else are bounty hunters suppose to know how great I am?" Well after a good nights sleep there was one thing left for Lana to do, storm the prison and get more answers. It seemed like a strange idea, breaking into the prison she just broke out of, but she had to do it. They weren't just taking nonhumans in just fkr the heck of it. She had a bad feeling the events that happened on her home world were happening again in this world. Only this time her son wasn't here to blow the place up.
When Saleth asked her was she sure she was up to the challenge Lana laughed. " Of course I am, just watch this! You thought you saw chaos last night you haven't seen anything yet!" She cracked his hands and spit into them, rubbing them. After rolling up her non existing sleeves she wiggled her fingers a little. They started sparking with chaotic energy as she pointed to the town. She thrusted her arms forward, hoping to cast power magic over the town. Her chaotic energy poofed into smoke after leaving her hands. " Hmmm, must be jammed," she said. She tried again and again but it was no use, nothing happened. " Okay so I still can't do that much. I get it I'm still injured but you have to put me in coach!" Bandages appeared on her arms, legs, and over her eye. " Come on coach I have to play!" She batted her eyes at Saleth. " I know I can win this with the right team."
Saleth had very good reason to not enjoy laughing anymore. The only laugh others were able to get out of her were sadistic ones before ending the life of a foe. When she had said that she hated sleeping in trees, Lana simply replied in her usual manner that the trees' bark was worse than their bite. Saleth let out a sigh at this.
It was just after this that Lana took notice of the guards and then the posters. As she made a remark about the posters, Saleth inwardly sighed. Well, at least one of them was amused. Saleth would rather leave this place and go about her business.
After a moment, Saleth had asked Lana if she was really up to the task of going back to that prison. Lana stated that she could before putting on an excellent display of preparing for what she was about to do. However, nothing happened. It were as if her magic was all spent. Nope, Lana wouldn't be able to manage on her own like that. Lana attempted it again but her magic just wasn't working before Lana commented that it must be jammed. Despite that, she still seemed to make a display of it. She still found it funny, acting out like some sort of football player or some sort of sport player trying to convince their coach in letting them in the game.
Post by Lord S-Sha (CTG) on Jul 29, 2014 22:55:14 GMT -5
How dare Saleth not laugh at Lana's tree jokes? As far as Lana was concerned this was comedy gold. Was she born without a sense of humor? No that was impossible! There had to be something she would laugh at. No matter how many tries it took Lana would keep trying until Saleth laughed at one of her jokes. After Saleth let out her trademark sighs Lana tried again. " What's the matter?" Lana asked in a concerned tone. " Was that one a little too wooden for you?" She tried to keep her concerned tone with that line but she just couldn't, it wasn't in her nature. At least when she wasn't being motherly.
" Well there's no need to be such a sap about it," She added in her giggling tone. Even after Lana's oscar winning performance Saleth told her that she wasn't going. Apparently she had enough of prisons to last a lifetime. " Okay, I get. You don't want me around that's it. Alright fine I know when I'm not wanted." Of course she was still using her giggling tone, with a hint of sassy. This wasn't how she really felt. " You would only such a DRAGon anyway."
A chest appeared behing Lana. Along with that appeared two empty suitcases. Lana opened the chestand starting packing things into the suitcases. " Not like I need help anyway. I broke out so breaking in shouldn't be too different." She packed things like bombs, chains, balls of fire, chainsaws, the works. After packing everything she picked up the two suitcases and a hat rack appeared filled with all different kinds of hats. She chose a detective like one and a red scarf. After putting them on she nodded to Saleth. " We were going to slip up eventually. I have bigger dreams in life." She was now using a snob like voice. She threw her scarf over her shoulder like she was going somewhere important. " Really is a shame too. Because I met some dragons in that prison. Some of them even had a aura just like yours. Well best of luck." She then looked down and frowned. " Now how am I goingto get down from here with these suitcases?"
Saleth just shook her head in response to what Lana said, acting like she was concerned before going into more tree jokes. Honestly, Saleth didn't find anything about them funny. As for her humor, it was difficult to find one after all the torment she had been through. This Goddess seemed to be unperturbed about her own suffering. How Lana managed to still be laughing and finding amusement in things despite what she had been through was a mystery to Saleth. She supposed everyone dealt with their problems differently.
After Saleth said that she wasn't going toward that prison, saying that she had enough of them to last for a lifetime, Lana went on about how she knew that Saleth didn't want her around. However, the way she said it sounded otherwise. Clearly, Lana didn't believe any of what she was saying. She even had suitcases that she was stuffing things into. Stuff that hadn't even been there to begin with.
Honestly, with that weaponry, Saleth wasn't sure if Lana would be able to take care of herself. A large part of Saleth didn't want to go nowhere near that prison. All it did was bring back terrible memories that she was still trying to bury in the past with difficulty.
"I highly doubt there are any others like me in there." Sure, there might be other dragons but she doubted they were the kind of dragon that she was. Still, she couldn't help be curious now that Lana had mentioned it. Unfortunately, it looked like she would have to actually go to the prison to find out. On top of it, Lana might not be able to handle it all by herself. Saleth let out an exasperated sigh just as Lana asked how was she going to get down with the suitcases she had.
"Like this!" Saleth stated as she had spread her wings, gave them a powerful flap, gently made to grab hold of Lana and gently set her down on the ground before landing, herself, a few feet away from her.
Post by Lord S-Sha (CTG) on Aug 2, 2014 21:02:12 GMT -5
Lana didn't even get a chuckle out of Saleth with that one. Looks like she would have to bring out the big guns to make her laugh. Not the big guns she had in her suitcases, you know what she meant. " You won't even laugh at that one," she said. " I thought that would get you for sure. That one was a solid as an oak!" She giggled again after realizing she made another pun she wasn't trying to make. Lana thought making jokes were the best way to go about thinge. Laughter is the best medicine after all. It was Lana's way of getting through life. It ran in the O'Malley family. She seemed to have adopted it after marrying her husband.
It had gotten her through her time in prison. That and knowing her sons were safe. One of her sons lmost always smiled, even when killing someone. He may be insane, but at least he had a sense of humor. Even if it was a twisted one. Her other son was perfectly fine with being a girl, as he stated countless times. The only time he was really upset was when someone called him tranny. If he could adjust to the other gender then Lana could adjust to almost anything.
" I don't think there's any like you," she said. " The others laughed at my jokes." She smiled at her. Saleth had an idea on how she could get down. Using her wings Saleth set Lana on the ground before getting to the ground herslef. " Thanks." She than waited a few moments. " What do you want a tip?"
She than laughed and looked towards the prison. She sat her suitcases down and pulled out a map. After reading it she then looked back at the prison. " They never look like their picture." She then put it away and looked at Saleth. Lana could tell that after hearing there was a chance of her kind being in there she was interested in seeing for herself. " You want to check it out now don't you?" She saked putting a hand on her hip. She had a huge grin on her face. It was the kind of grin someone would have after finding out someone in fact did like krabby patties even after saying they didn't.
Saleth didn't hate Lana for making jokes and puns at everything. If anything, Saleth thought that she might be so broken that she couldn't find amusement in Lana's jokes and puns. As Lana said she was sure that one would have gotten her, Saleth just sighed and shook her head. "Sorry...I can't find humor in things much anymore."
When Lana stated that she didn't think there were any other dragons like her, stating the others laughed at her jokes, Saleth crossed her arms at that. "Sorry to disappoint." Then, Saleth managed to get Lana back on the ground. When she did, Lana had asked her if she expected a tip. "No tip necessary."
Now, it was time to head out to that prison. Saleth was very reluctant to go but she was curious of the other dragons. She might find someone familiar or...well, honestly, she wasn't getting any younger. It would be nice to find a male dragon to talk to. It would certainly make her happy. She hated humans now so there was a fat chance that she would end up with a human instead. She would rather live forever alone than be with a human.
Lana had picked up on Saleth's sudden interest. Knowingly, she looked over at Saleth as she placed a hand on her hip and gave her a smile. A smile that certainly spoke volumes. Saleth let out another sigh. "...Yeah...I don't want to...but now I'm curious..."
Post by Lord S-Sha (CTG) on Aug 3, 2014 15:37:51 GMT -5
Not even Lana's oak pun made her laugh. Not even a giggle. It seemed Saleth would be one tuff cookie to make laugh. Lana was determined to make her alugh at least one. This might prove to be her hardest mission yet. When Saleth stated that she couldn't find humor in things anymore Lana saw another chance. " Well I can fix that no problem!" She swid. A magnify glass appeared in her hand. " Here you go" she handed it to her. " Now you should be able to spot my puns."
That may not be what Saleth had in mind, but it was worth a shot in Lana's mind. Of course if it was her eyes that were the problem she would be better off with real glasses. " Well none of th3 other dragons got to eat a cupcake, so you have something over them." She said. What eating a cupcake had to do with anything was beyond anyone other than Lana.
After Saleth said she was just curious Lana shrugged. " Good enough for me." Before she picked up thesuitcases she looked back at Saleth. " Who knows, maybe you'll get lucky, eh? If you know what I'm saying." Lana raised both her eyebrows a few times before nudging Saleth. " There was this one dragon boy with pretty cool wings kinda like yours. Or with you're not on that team there was this one dragon girl with red and white wings." She then thought about something. " Judging from your reaction to my now female son still having wives... I guess you're not on that team. But there are still some pretty cool dragon men there. There's also my other son, he coukd use someone like you to balance out his insanity, although he seems to not like anyone that way. It's a shame really, he has someone from both genders who love him. Oh well just throwing it out there. " She picked up her suitcases. " Either way we're not gonna get you hitched or stop the organization standing around here."
Saleth rose a brow when Lana had suddenly pulled out a magnifying glass and handed her this. As she told her that this would help her spot Lana's puns, Saleth let out another sigh. She hadn't meant it quite literally. "Very funny," Saleth replied. She didn't look the least bit amused enough to laugh. There wasn't even an amused light in her eyes either.
When Lana continued, Saleth had no idea what a cupcake had to do with anything. Lana apparently thought handing someone a cupcake meant something to her. Of course, she wouldn't argue with her about it. Lana had her ways and so did Saleth. Apparently, Lana saw something that made her accept Saleth enough to interact with her.
"I guess you're right."
What came out of Lana's mouth next, Saleth did not expect. She seemed fine with Saleth coming along now because she was curious. As she picked up the suitcases, Saleth heard her mention something about getting lucky. Immediately, Saleth's face turned red. She had thought of meeting someone but didn't think of anything perverted. "Y-You mistake me for that. I-I'm not interested." As Lana told her that they weren't getting anywhere anyway standing around, Saleth brought a hand to her face at the mention of getting hitched.
"It's nothing like that!" Saleth exclaimed before they moved on to where the prison would be. If there really were that many dragons there, Saleth would wonder how they were all found. She couldn't find any of her kind.
Post by Lord S-Sha (CTG) on Aug 4, 2014 13:25:32 GMT -5
As they walked to the prison Lana giggled at Saleth's response. She stated it wasn't like that and she wasn't interested in that. " Your aura says otherwise," Lana smirked. Of course Lana was just teasing Saleth. Derio's mother had done the same thing when Lana first met him. Only in this case Lana wasn't serious.
Lana led her through the whole she made yesterday. " Lucky for you I've been planning this for a while now," Lana told her. " Some of the other prisoners have set up a strong hold in here. Some of the dragons are there waiting for my return." She put the suitcases down and transformed back into the dark elf. They were in her old cell, with the countless marks she made on the wall still in tact. " This is where they stuck me. At least I had a view of the town."
The hallway was dark and long. All the cell doors were either opened or broken. The ones that were broken had signs of claws and fire on them. Clearly whatever was held there wasn't human. " The strong hold should be around here somewhere.." She said as he caught glimpse of something.
There where glowing golden eyes in the shadows. A hand came out first. It was a pale hand with claws on it. The beast slowly came out of the shadows, revealing itself. What it was it was something neither Lana or Saleth could have seen before. The beast was a little girl. She looked no older than twelve and was stqnding on all fours like and animal. She had long red hair and two curved horns coming out of her head. Her hands and feet had claws on them and her ears where pointed. She had red and black wings coming out of her back and a long dragon tail. She growled lowly at them, showing that she had fangs.
Her secent was quite different. It was a mix of different races. Elf, demon, gale, and other things. The most notably was her secent was similar to Saleth's race and Lana. Her body was covered in scars, but some on them where healing by themselves. The most note worthy was the one on her left side, going from her arm pit tk her knee. Her golden eyes glowed as she checked their auras. She didn't expect that both of theirs would be similar to her's. Her dragon pupils got smaller as she eyed both of them. She was hoping to find someone else, but Lana's aura was nearly the same as the person she was looking for. She slowly took a step back, implying she was nervous.
Saleth gave a sigh of exasperation to what Lana had said about her aura. Maybe the Chaos Goddess was right, that Saleth wanted to meet a male dragon, but she didn't think of going that far. Even still, she would deny it. Saleth was a dragon and dragons were also known for being stubborn. No matter what may actually be the truth, Saleth would deny it.
When they had finally reached the prison, there was a hole in it. No doubt, this was where Lana had made her escape. The pair of them climbed in. As she did so, Lana had transformed back into that Dark Elf again. As she went, she told Saleth that the other prisoners here had a stronghold and were waiting for her return. In the hallway, which they had made their way to, Saleth could see that there were signs of non-human beings here as well. However, the area looked deserted.
As Lana stated that the stronghold had to be there somewhere, there was a pair of golden eyes that loomed out of the gloom. Saleth cocked her head to the side as the being let out a growl. The being, although young, wasn't anything that Saleth had ever seen before in her life. She looked to be a creature of many things. A science experiment? The little girl's eyes seemed to not be as wide anymore in the pupils as she took a step back. A sign that she was nervous?
"You needn't fear us, little one. We mean you no harm." Surprisingly, Saleth's tone of voice was friendly and warm. Even if she was gruff, she was kinder toward young ones.
Post by Lord S-Sha (CTG) on Aug 4, 2014 22:31:07 GMT -5
Out of all the things that the golden eyes could belong too, Lana would have never guessed they belonged to a little girl. It was hard to tell what the girl was exactly, she seemed to be a combination of different things. Reading her aura, she was similar to Saleth... and Lana's son Riley. The girl seemed nervous, but Saleth tried to convince her that they meant her no harm.
" We are not your enemy," Lana said. She then remembered something. She over heard some guards talk about a girl that sounded like the girl in front of them. Could she be the same girl? Why was she like Saleth and Riley? Most importantly what was she? She could have just been a demon, but she looked like an experiment made by a mad scientist. Lana didn't know it yet, but she was right.
Elizabeth looked at them again. After what she's been through in her short life she's only been able to trust one person, and Lana smelled like him. Saleth also smelled like her, which raised more questions. She slowly made her way to them, stopping a few feet in front of them. " Why do you both smell like me?" She asked in a low voice. " And why do your auras match mine?"
Lana now remembered everything. " I think I can answer that.." she said. " Some time ago I over heard these guards talking. They said their leader had finished creating the ultimate life form. She was made from the dna of different races they killed. I know what they have done. I think it's because you share the dna of our races. They couldn't control you, right? So you suffered the same fate asall the others, only you survived. What is your name little girl?"
She looked up at her"...Elizabeth.... O'Malley..." Lana let out a small gasp as the girl said her last name. Just which O'Malley did they take dna from? She shared the same aura as him, but they couldn't have taken it from him, could they? It was the only way, they had to have taken dna from Riley. " O'Malley, then that means.... my son...is.." Lana was on the verge of tears. She couldn't handle the thought of Riley being dead.
Saleth could see the nervousness in the girl decrease somewhat as Lana also told her that they weren't her enemies. It wasn't long before she slowly came over to them, asking them questions about why they smelled like her and why their auras were like her's. Her voice was low, soft as if she were normally shy or just not used to social interaction.
Lana was the one to answer the girl's questions. Saleth had never heard of it before so she looked between Lana and the girl. So, the little girl was an experiment. She was created from the DNA of a number of races to become the ultimate life form. According to Lana, the people that created the girl couldn't control her. She suffered the same fate as the others but had managed to survive. Finally, Lana had asked her what her name was. It wasn't long before the little girl told them that her name was Elizabeth. She, too, was an O'Malley. That seemed to worry Lana then.
Lana was brought to tears, thinking that her son might be dead because of the fact that they had taken DNA from him. Saleth, on the other hand, wasn't so sure. If she were in Lana's position, she might be afraid and think the worst happened. Since she wasn't, Saleth thought of the possibilities that the people who made Elizabeth could have obtained DNA from Riley.
"Lana...they might have only wounded him or obtained his blood from an injury during a battle he had and collected the blood. That doesn't mean that your son is dead even if it is a possibility. There's still a chance that he's alive. He could even be here somewhere within, if there's a lab in this prison."
Post by Lord S-Sha (CTG) on Aug 5, 2014 21:26:57 GMT -5
When Saleth spoke Lana wiped the tears from her eyes. She then remembered what her son wore for clothing. It was a very strong possibility that they did get a blood sample from him without killing him. It was a much better solution than him being killed. She looked at Saleth, realizing she just tried to cheer her up. " I hope you're right," she said. She shook her head, trying to get her thoughts back together. " He has to be alive, he's an O'Malley after all!" She wanted to believe this, but it could have been either way.
Elizabeth didn't expect this kind of response from Lana. She had to be related to Riley to act like that. How she was related Elizabeth didn't know yet, Riley never said anything about her. " Daddy.... isn't dead," she said. " I was.... created four months ago. He found me a few weeks ago after I was sold to a different world. They took him," the sound of footsteps made Elizabeth stop and look to the right. With her eyes glowing she checked the aura of the person coming. She didn't recognize it. She ran off and disappeared into the darkness.
" Took him where?!" Lana called out after Elizabeth. It was too late, she was long gone. From the other direction a dragon boy came. He had blue and green wings that had holes in them and a matching tail. His hair was long and blue and his eyes were green. He looked to be around Saleth's age and same race of dragons. Although he seemed a lot more laid back than her. He came over to them. " Zeuiye, there you are." He said talking to Lana. " We were worried you weren't coming back." He then noticed Saleth. " Who's the stick in the mud?"
(Totally didn't make a male dragon so I could practice relationships. Nope not at all)
Saleth had been able to at least get the chance to think on the situation more. There was a chance that Lana's son, Riley, would still be alive. It was a fifty-fifty chance. Knowing this, Saleth told Lana this to let her know that despite her fears that there was still some hope. It was the only way that she could think to comfort the usually giggling Goddess of Chaos. Saleth wasn't the sort to embrace someone though. Yet, she hoped her words would reach through to Lana.
When Lana said that she hoped Saleth was right, the dragon nodded her head. She, too, hoped that she was right. Saleth knew what it had been like not knowing about family. She really hoped, for Lana, that her son would be alive still. It was then that Elizabeth spoke, referring to Lana's son as her father. She claimed that Riley was still alive. Saleth looked over at the little girl curiously. Only then did she reveal that although she was twelve in appearance, she was just four months old. Someone took Riley but who? Before Elizabeth could say anything more, she took off into the shadows in fright. Saleth turned to watch her go before turning toward what could have spooked her.
There was a dragon boy about Saleth's age. There were holes in his blue green wings, his tail matching the coloring of his wings. His hair was long and blue and his eyes, green. As he walked over, he referred to Lana as Zeuiye. It took Saleth a moment to peer over at Lana a bit confused before realizing he had to be talking to her. Lana, after all, said she never revealed her true identity or name to others except those who had earned it. Saleth soon dropped the expression on her face, trying to act as if this were something she already knew as he approached. As this dragon spoke, he said that they worried she wouldn't be coming back. Only then did he take notice of Saleth. Unlike him, her composure was definitely stiff. That might have been the reason why he had called her a stick in the mud.
Saleth, of course, was not amused. Sure, it was true but it annoyed her to be insulted like that. Saleth bared her teeth a little in response as her pupils turned to slits. "Watch it, pretty boy."
Post by Lord S-Sha (CTG) on Aug 5, 2014 23:12:12 GMT -5
As the dragon boy spoke, Lana almost forgot the name she gave everyone. He was one of the people she had plotted with while being here. " So you guys doubt me?" She asked. " What faith you all have. Keyblade masters need rest too. Besides how fast do you think I was going to go back to a place I just broke out of?" She than giggled at what he said about Saleth. It was true, but knowing Saleth she wasn't goingto take kindly to that. " Drake, meet Saleth. You two seem to be fromthe same race. She may be a party pooper, but her heart is in the right place."
Drake gave Saleth the same stare back. He had a serious look in his eye. " I would watch it, but the program in front of me seems.. how should I out it? Dull and complete lack of charm. Not even the slightest bit of humor or enjoyment. Why anyone would keep watching is beyond me." He was of course referring to Saleth herself, not a tv show. At least how she appeared on the outside. After Lana spoke Drake laughed and dropped his serious look. He took Saleth's hand and shook it. " Just yanking your chain man. If Zeuiye says you're cool that's good enough for me. If she thinks you're okay then there must be something you're keeping from me. Nice to meet you Saleth. Name's Drake." He let her hand go. " Zeuiye here has been plotting with some of us to break out and get revenge on those who put us in here, and those who killed our love ones. Nice to see my race isn't all dead."
Drake then put his hands behind his head. His eyes returned to a laid back go with the flow look. " You sure made a mess of things last night Zeuiye. Took us forever to set up a strong hold with all the guards on high alert and all. But we managed to set up shop in this part of the prison. We freed a few more people. Unfortunately not everyine was for an attack. Some went off back home or in search of a new one. Ungrateful bastards. Not even a thanks from a number of them. The nerve. They were almost as dull as Saleth here."
As Lana spoke, Saleth could see the other dragon keeping his gaze fixed on her with an equally as serious of an expression despite what Lana had said. It was true that she was rough but she wasn't going to let Lana go by herself anyway even if she made it seem like she wasn't going to the prison. Saleth would have trailed behind her and followed her in. She was rough but she wasn't one about to let someone die.
When the male dragon spoke, Saleth had to hold herself back. She wasn't sure why but she was tempted to punch him. She hadn't done anything to him and already he was getting under her skin about nothing. It was true, however, that she wasn't exactly happy go lucky but she had her reasons. She was serious because of the turmoil she endured. When Lana had said that she was fine, he didn't seem to listen at first with that insult. It made her bare her teeth again. What happened next had taken her off guard. He had shaken her hand introducing himself as Drake after stating that he was just yanking her chain...and calling her a man. According to him, Lana had been plotting with them to break free and seek revenge.
"So I have been told..." Saleth trailed off, letting herself simmer down some as Drake spoke to Lana under the alias she had given them. Saleth crossed her arms, listening to him as he explained what happened while Lana was gone. When he stated that those that left were almost as dull as she was, her anger flared up again.
"Keep it up wise guy and I might decide to knock your lights out!" Saleth growled at him in warning.
Post by Lord S-Sha (CTG) on Aug 6, 2014 0:03:28 GMT -5
( drinking game: take a shot every time he calls Saleth man)
Lana couldn't help but laugh at Drake and Saleth's interaction. After Drake filled her in on what has happened she shook her head. " I doubt that," she said. " Saleth at least sticks around." He then winked at Saleth. She than rubbed her hands together, the thought of revenge was too good after hearing what happened to Riley. Even if he wasn't dead she was sure taking his dna was a painful process knowning the people who took it. " This is going to be fun." She then leaned in towards Saleth. " you're not going to win anyone's heart with that attitude." She said so low only Saleth coukd hear her in a joking manner. She then giggled.
Drake laughed at Saleth's response. " Your threats are almost as amusing as the sense of humor you lack man." He said. " Well unfortunately for you I didn't bring any lights with me. But I promise you can have first dips on the first light bulb we see." He held his hands halfway up and leaned back a little." Whoa whoa just take it easy man. Relax man we're all friends here." He referred to her as a man not to insult her. He just called everyone who wasn't an enemy man. It was just how he was. Unlike Saleth he was a lot more open and friendly on the outside.
Drake then shook his head. " You get angry to easily. You need to learn roll with it man." He told her. " once you learn that you'll be able to handle almost anything. You might even become more likeable. Although we'll have to work on your body language. It's too closed man. You need to let the world in and be more open. You'll just turn people away man. You don't wanna be alone forever do you man?" He then started walking back before stopping. He turned back to them. " We should get to the strong hold. We'll be safer there, plus everyone else will be glad to know you're back."
Saleth was at least a little glad that Lana was on her side. She took a deep breath, trying to simmer down again after threatening Drake. When Lana stated, in a low tone so only Saleth could hear her, Saleth narrowed her eyes at her. She looked away, trying to not explode from anger. Why the hell did he insist on making comments about her? The nerve of him! She clenched her fists, trying to keep herself restrained but it was difficult.
Then, Drake just had to continue, stating that her threats were almost as amusing as her lack of humor. At this point, she was ready to wring his neck. She might not appear threatening in her current form but she certainly knew how to kill in this one just as much as her dragon form. Okay, maybe killing him would be overboard but she knew right off that she didn't like this guy one bit. Then he kept referring to her as a man and from the sound of it, didn't seem to realize he was calling her that or did out of habit. Or was it mockery? She wasn't sure, he didn't seem amused when he had held up his hands as a sign of peace in response to the death glare she just gave him.
Then, Drake decided now was a good time to try and tell her to lighten up. That only made Saleth angrier. "Hmph, after decades of torture, excuse me for not laughing at everything I see. Then you have the nerve to tell me to lighten up? Mind your own damn business!" No, Saleth was definitely not a fan of Drake's. When he told Lana that he would show them to the stronghold, Saleth crossed her arms, narrowing her eyes. She didn't move until Lana did, making sure to keep well away from Drake.
Post by Lord S-Sha (CTG) on Aug 6, 2014 0:55:17 GMT -5
The nerve of Saleth, to yell at Drake like that after he tried to make peace. How dare she? " Well, excuse me miss sunshine," Drake said. " It's not like you're the only one who has been tortured. Laughter just so happens to be the best medicine. I may not me a doctor, but I prescribe a lifetime supply of it for you. At least your wings still work." His tone, despite being yelled at, was still clam. He then rolled his head. He walked off in a very over the top fashion. He went down the hall until he couldn't be seen anymore.
Lana looked down when Saleth gave her the stare. She was only trying to help. After Drake walked off she hugged Saleth. She looked up at her. " I'm sorry," she said. " I was just trying to help the only way I know how too. Drake is... a bit too laid back. He's almost as laid back as an O'Malley that was born in the family. Me being married into the family means I'm not as laid back as they are, but I'm pretty close." She than let Saleth go.
" Trust me, my husband is worse than him. He probably wouldn't have gone back in here with me. But you did. Heck Riley is so go with the flowy that he's not even bothered with being a girl forever now. Let's just go, they need me." Lana than skipped down the hall after Drake. Further down they hall they was a large area that was open. It was filled with dragons, elves, demons, and many other races. There was not a single human there. When they all saw them they all cheered for Lana, calling her the same name Drake called her. She seemed pretty popular among the prisoners. Drake was waiting for them.
Conrí: Okay. *cracks knuckles* I looked over things! I'm likely off to get tea and food, and then, I'll try to...y'know, be a decent student, lol.
Mar 7, 2019 17:12:26 GMT -5
Conrí: But, I'm so happy about all the new activity! Great job on such thoughtful characters, everyone! They will be fun to RP with.
Mar 7, 2019 17:13:25 GMT -5
Mega: *dances in celebration*
Mar 7, 2019 20:27:47 GMT -5
straxeragous: so, a while back Hood and i were on another kh rp site on devientart. and we may have sent this places link to our friends that we still keep in touch with so they can join.
Mar 8, 2019 0:52:56 GMT -5
Conrí: Awesome! Thanks, Hood and Strax!
Mar 8, 2019 10:32:04 GMT -5
Alma Taschner: Been a long while since I did stuff here. Currently considering the idea of coming back and making a new character.
Mar 19, 2019 0:32:43 GMT -5
Alma Taschner: I know I won't be using this old version of Alma if I do.
Mar 19, 2019 0:34:13 GMT -5