This is kind of a stupid question, and it might be posted somewhere, but plot threads can warrant the change of characters right? I ask this because Manic has a workshop thread and I was wondering if I could use it to upgrade my 4th year character for future threads (obviously they wouldn't carry over to threads where the character is already engaged in combat or conversation).
"Nathan?" asked Auric, though the tone of his voice barely suggested that he was asking a question. He momentarily stopped walking before looking at his scroll again, then looking at the stage. "Of course. Why don't you go on to the stage and make yourself comfortable. I'll go get Nathan," he said to Zabar.
With that, Auric turned around and headed away from the stage, towards where Zabar had earlier mentioned. Looking through his scroll for a picture of the finalist, Nathan, for reference, he once again scanned the crowd, trying to find the boy. Before long, he spotted someone he believed to be Nathan Eau and approached him. "Nathan Eau?" he began, arm outstretched for a handshake. "My name is Auric Herz. I'll be conducting the interview. Won't you come join us on-stage? Mr. Aga is already waiting for us."
It's fine! I know that life has its way of getting in the way of things we'd rather be doing, but you don't need to worry about it. Just glad to see you back!
Glas chuckled softly. "That's the ticket. Just don't go 'round talkin' down yer talents and you'll keep gettin' better at it all. Not like I got to be this good at nappin' by lyin' around, after all."
He'd pause for a little bit. "Actually... don't think about that one too hard. Point is: you don't need to be hard on yerself all the time. If a hobby's not fun for you anymore, it kinda beats the purpose of havin' one, doesn't it?"
Climbing was also something Glas found to be pretty enjoyable too, but he'd be sure to drop it if it ever became less than enjoyable for him."A quiet place is definitely good to have, yeah. It's where climbin' really comes in handy every once in a while. No quiet places around? Make one. Bound to be a tree or small hill or somethin' to get on top of for some R&R. I can give you some pointers on it if you ever need 'em."
She could probably even give him a few pointers on how to deal with being part of a team as well. Glas sure as heck didn't know the first thing about that. "But y'know, a few other people in my life would say I was a bit too relaxed. Can you believe that? I don't think there's such a thing."
Calen was apparently making his exit from their little chat, and Glas nodded at him with his hands still firmly planted in his jacket pockets. "Be seein' you around, Calen. You just might need to nudge me a bit if I don't respond or something'. I'll most likely be... Well y'know."
Which then left Glas to carry on his conversation with Diana. Kind of like how their whole conversation began in the first place. He had to chuckle a little bit at that.
All my OC's weapons are loosely based off some other weapon, be it cartoon or real, but I have to say Kei's lance-rapier hybrid stands out among them. May not be able to transform into a gun, but I'm still happy with the concept and design. Lunae was originally outfitted with miniguns, but was denied for obvious reasons. Still want to use that one day.
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What about their weaponry? Any of your OCs that have a weapon you're particularly pleased with? Any type of weapon that you havent used but want to at some point?
Mechanics Workshop, Beacon Academy, 3:36 PM.
The long wooden workbench creaked under the pile of metal, tools and blueprints Setsuna dropped on the uneven surface. It was just after his lessons finished for the day, and he was eager to get some progress done on his prototype design for a weapon. And where better to work than the mechanics workshop?
With the walls covered with every type of tool any hunter could need, ranging from the most simple file and sandpaper to blowtorches, saws and hammers, the northern wall formed part of the long rectangle room. The eastern side of the room was mostly occupied by a Dust-powered forge and hydraulic press, for when human strength wasn't enough. On the far end of the room, away from the door, lay stacks and piles of scrap metal, plastic, wood in any shape, size and color, remnants of projects hunters had either finished or gave up on. Under a window, cans of spray-paint lay in disarray, scattered all over the floor from the last lesson.
Setsuna loved this room. It was a treasure trove for him to dig through at his leisure, discovering old designs for various projects left behind for him to gain inspiration on. However, he wasn't here for that today. If the training sessions were any indication, even his teched-up gear wouldn't cut it out in the field where stuff would be much harder to deal with. Sitting down on the wooden bench, he spread his blueprint for his new weapon out and got measuring. In fact, he wouldn't be surprised if other students came in to work on something or other.
Taking a few steps to the left so Catalina is not pinned in front of the rest of their little group Calen threw another two knives before advancing slowly. 'I appreciate your concern miss but we are huntsmen-in-training, what could possibly go wrong? Calen replied giving Silica a slightly sympathetic grin
Stopping around eight to nine meters away at the very tip of his range Calen managed to get some reasonable speed behind the thrust even as his legs started to shake.
Throwing Knives 2x3%
Calen's Battle data: Aura: 14%(No Change)
Fatigue: 40%(No Change)
Wisteria groaned as the consecutive strikes hit her, it was all too fast and for the most part she didn't expect Lyssa to get through the blast at all. First a stomp to the her raised arm, next a shot to her side followed by slash. The attacks felt way harder now that she was regaining her cool which, oddly enough, was now that she was in the heat of battle. Talk about ironic.
Snapping back into action, Wisteria used some kinetic dust to power up her dash away while preparing a blast of lightning. She spread some ice around the ground once again but only as a sheen clear surface, already begining to melt.
[Color=9966cc]"Is that the best you can do?[/color] she jeered, zapping a bolt towards Lyssa, keeping her other arm slightly near the ground.
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Catalina takes note on what he can learn from the battle. Since he didn't know what lead to the fight, he didn't cheer for either of them.
"Yeah, that's a move I do too."
Cat decided that it's not yet time to intervene, but it's time to call in his weapon. It is going to take some time. He needs test his new rounds too.
Suddenly, Lyssa couldn't see her opponent. That was probably a result of the fire that had surrounded her for a brief moment, her aura taking a hit as well. Still, the fireball hadn't stopped her kick from making contact. As she felt that, she pushed off of Wisteria, starting to spin her weapon back around. After landing on her feet again, she fired a shot at the girl from the rifle end of her weapon before turning it around yet again to make a diagonal swipe with the bladed side.