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Beacon Academy / Re: The INKKredible room fiesta [INKK]
« on: January 13, 2019, 11:56:08 AM »
Kisha shoved the two stacks over to Ismael and gave him an impatient look. "Well then, which one do you want to look in?" She asked, then took a look in her own cards. Damn, they were good! Seven of hearts, seven of diamonds and a Queen of Diamonds! "After Ismeal picked a stack, you can start Kin."

(Okay, since playing cards is a bit arduous in an RPG, I stole a card pack and laid it all out, it'll be chaotic, but that's how it is now, I'll edit this down here as soon as Chaos has chosen his stack. The current cards are:

Kisha: Seven of hearts, Seven of diamonds, Queen of Diamonds
Ismael: Ten of Spades, Seven of Spades, Nine of clubs
Kin: King of Hearts, King of Clubs, Ten of diamond

Middle: King of spades, eight of hearts, Nine of diamond

Chaos has the next post, but can't lay a card yet, just pick the stack. Then it's Kin's turn, then Kisha. So that we don't exclude Nate we now have a conversation. I guess. Idk. What am I even doing here? )

"So," Kisha began as she looked at her cards, "How about we make it a little more.... interesting? Whoever wins may ask the loser a question or a task, you know, like truth or dare, or something like this."

The Vale Region / Re: At the mountains Summit
« on: January 08, 2019, 08:52:32 AM »
Dawn stood by one of the Bullhead's windows, watching as they passed through the craggy environment. Only at the sound of her scroll did she averted her gaze from the window to look at the holographic screen and listen to Sam's briefing.
She nodded silently as he finished and immediately turned back to the window, having no questions in desperate need of an answer.

When the Bullhead arrived at the mining shaft, Dawn grabbed her skateboard, which was leaning against the wall next to her, tucked it under her arm and then jumped nimbly into the cave. The flickering lights made it hard to get a clearer picture of their surroundings, but nevertheless, she was determined and ready to go "Well then, let's get started guys."

Beacon Academy / Re: [BSSM's] Bountiful Breakfast Buffet (Closed)
« on: January 04, 2019, 03:13:46 AM »
Mikado sipped his coffee again as the chaos around him began to decrease. Or increased, depending on how one looked at it.

Somewhere he was grateful when the manager came and told them to leave, but on the other hand, it bothered him to leave the restaurant under these circumstances. All he wanted was to drink his coffee in peace, but he can't even have that. Sighing, he drank the last bit of coffee from the cup and then placed it, neatly next to the broken plate pieces and sad looking food. In the same movement, he reached for the few items that had fallen out of his bag together with Kiro and stuffed them lovelessly back in and pulled the now-closed backpack over his shoulder.

As he got up and turned to leave, he stopped briefly again and let his eyes wander over the chaos that they leave behind. Then he stared at the lonely bag that still lingered beside the overturned table. Billy's bag. Without a thought to waste, he leaned forward and picked it up, pulling it over his other shoulder. Truth be told, with the two bags on his shoulders and the dragon on his head, he looked rather ridiculous. He gave the table one last look and then finally turned to the exit. He shook his head in annoyance as Smokey began shouting at the other customers, but made no move to intervene. Haven't they had enough excitement for a day?

Beacon Academy / Re: ABoat time [Open]
« on: January 04, 2019, 02:52:12 AM »
"Yeah, I mean, what are fireworks good for? A waste of dust, lien, time, and the animals go crazy with the noise, so do I. And with the eye I would- Hey, I'm an absolutely great Patient!" She interrupted herself in the middle of the sentence, "Generally this just happened because my friend wanted to be a Ninja during the operation and started swinging the stethoscope around. I... just thought it would be smart to get up in the exact same second. Yeah... you can imagine the rest."

Kisha was a little disappointed that she was wrong, but didn't let that spoil the mood. She admired and at the same time pitied Calen for his life. He never seems to need something, at least it seems that way but wasn't this life monotonous and lonely?

"A grudge? Why would you think that? Ohhh, no, no, not for a very long time at least. I remember a few cases where I didn't talk to someone for a day or two, but that's all in the past. Being angry is too much of an effort to be there for a long time, don't you agree?" she asked, but less to Calen and more to herself. Then she was silent, her eyes wandering over the water. "Do you want another round, or are we going to do something else? We don't necessarily have to lie to find out a little about each other, my interest has already been awakened enough. How is it to live with so many siblings? I never had any, but I wanted to always have a big sister or something like that."

Plot Zone / Re: Lets put together some threads.
« on: December 30, 2018, 11:16:53 AM »
Nice! Definitely throwing Dawn in here. She could really use some action.

Beacon Academy / Re: ABoat time [Open]
« on: December 30, 2018, 10:33:17 AM »
Kisha's wide grin twisted in disgust as she heard Calen answer, "I. Hate. Fireworks." she said disgusted.

There is a part of her own weapon that has a fireworks-like function, it didn't change the fact that she hated the loud rockets though. Some of them did look nice but this weird feeling of discomfort whenever they were fired constantly came over her. "These things with their NNEEEEUUUU and WSHHIII when they go up to the sky is so... Gwaah!" she said, shaking herself as if she were freezing. "But I see why you think that. I manage to mislead most people with this." she started again, a slight grin returning to her face. People often take the most obvious answer and think that something like a firework, where it is loud and colorful, is something a cheerful person like Kisha would never miss. But it was also too obvious to be true. Oftentimes the obvious option is the wrong thing in such questions, but people know that, and that's exactly why it could be the right thing in the first place. These mind games can go on forever, but in the end, it is more a question of luck and how the person formulated the answers. It's generally just guessing.

"My friend once stabbed me in the eye. Well, above the eye, but it had hit the eye itself. Kinda." She pushed a few strands of hair aside and showed a small scar over her right eye. It wasn't long and it already half faded. "We were really young back then, maybe 7 or 8 years old, it happened when we played doctor and patient. I was the patient," she told him, unable to hold back a silly laugh. Good old times.

She frowned at Calen's facts. All three could be the lie. There were quite a few students who didn't attend combat school and were trained in other ways, so this didn't necessarily have to be a lie. Did he only have brothers? Did he even have siblings? They haven't talked much about their families, or she just had already forgotten that information. So maybe the last one? He isn't a fan of the unknown so it could well be that he never went out a lot and preferred to stay home. But something bothered her at the last fact, "I say the last one is a lie, that you never left your house before you turned 15."

Beacon Academy / Re: The INKKredible room fiesta [INKK]
« on: December 27, 2018, 12:19:50 PM »
Kisha raised her hands on head-height as she saw the looks the others gave her "Hey, I didn't make that up, that's what I got told when I learned the game!" (No seriously, that's the story) she said but then turned to the cards, not saying something about Kin's comment. People are stupid these days too, it's a disease that will never die out.

Just as she was about to hand everyone to a stack, she looked again at Nathan "Do you want to watch a round first?" she asked, tilting her head slightly. While waiting for an answer she pushed a stack to Kin and Ishmael, or rather she pushed stack to Kin and two stacks to Ismael. "The person next to the dealer gets two stacks. You can look into one of them, if you like the cards you keep them and the second stack comes in the middle. If you don't want the cards, put them away and take the second stack." she said.

Everywhere Else / Re: Embers of the Hearth. [CLOSED] [BSSM Thread]
« on: December 27, 2018, 11:59:22 AM »
Still leaning against the wall behind him, Mikado watched the team's interaction with Smokey's father. He seemed to know his stuff, too bad that neither the firearms or even the small number of melee weapons interested him enough to start a reasonably decent conversation. Not that he was eager to talk to anyone, but there was not really a lot of stuff he could do in a stranger's house. Or is all this just a pretext he plays himself to socialize- No, it hasn't come that far yet.

Miko decided to use the time he had, more or less, for himself to- Oh fuck.
Only now he noticed that something was wrong. Something was missing. Mikado looked around, searching for the missing dragon. He hated when that happens. It's not often that Kiro walks off on his own, actually, it only happens when the aura creature, which is really nothing more than an empty shell without its own free will, has too much accumulated dust energy left over and has to get rid of it somehow. Even if it is just by walking around independently. The dragon would otherwise never act without his owner telling him to, but when did he last consume energy that he had to get rid of it now? The only place where that could happen was... In the bullhead from Vale to Atlas. Mikado remembered Kiro sitting in his bag for most of the flight, together with a few dust crystals he had packed.

No words could describe how stupid Mikado felt noticing it only now. At least the crystal's elemental energy won't cause a problem. Kiro won't use it in this way without a command, that much was certain. The only question was where he was walking around right now.

Mikado now began to take a look at the displayed weapons, his interest still not on the weapons themselves, but it looked like it from afar.

Beacon Academy / Re: [BSSM's] Bountiful Breakfast Buffet (Closed)
« on: December 22, 2018, 07:31:14 AM »
With a slightly raised eyebrow, Mikado watched Billy and the serial clone leave, tarried for a moment and then turned back to his coffee. Whatever was going on there would probably resolve itself... Or not.

Fortunately, Mikado still had the cup of his coffee in his hand before the table was flipped over, emptying all the food, that was 98% Smokey's, onto the floor.
As the table was flipped over so beautifully by Serin, his backpack, which he had leaned against it, also fell over and emptied parts of the contents through the still open zipper, this including a little black dragon.

Briefly, Kiro lay there quietly between the book and Scroll that had rolled out the backpack with him, then the dragon began to climb on to its owner. He stopped at his shoulder and laid down around Mikado like a scarf. Mikado ignored him. He took only one long sip of his coffee.

'This is fine.' said the voice in his head as ironically and sarcastically as possible. Mikado took another sip. This. Is. Fine.

Beacon Academy / Re: ABoat time [Open]
« on: December 22, 2018, 07:13:18 AM »
"Calen, aka, Captain Moodkiller the fairy lover, try to say that 10 times in a row" Kisha joked as she leaned back and stared into the distance. How far away the shore looked was in some weird way really incredible.
Here they were, floating aimlessly on the water and nobody cared. Wonderful! "But yes, fairies are pretty cool, even though personally I don't esteem them as much as other mythical creatures... Wings and magic are really great and... Well, charming, but they're always posed as peaceful and playful folks who would like to plant flowers all day long. At least that's the way it is in most stories." She averted her gaze from the shore and turned to Calen, "Dragons and Sphinxes? Close but not quite right, I love phoenixes, beautiful birds, which, when their lives come to an end, they go up in flames and are reborn out of their own ashes. An eternal life with infinite beauty, so dreamy and at the same time so sad" She swarmed as she went more and more into the narrative. Phoenixes were always their number one and there was probably no book under the sun about these mysterious creatures that she hasn't read.

Kisha sat down next to a pile of fishing gear and held her arms up in the air "I love two lies a truth! I played the game almost daily with my friends, but after a while, we couldn't remember any truths that were not completely obvious" she took a short break and her gaze swept across the water "Do you mind if I start?" She asked, but without waiting for an answer, she already began to enumerate facts.

"Well, first of all, I'm a huge fan of fireworks, secondly, a friend has kinda stabbed me in the eye once and, thirdly, I have a cat allergy, what's the truth?" She gave Calen a confident grin. Admittedly, the answer was more or less obvious, but nevertheless, she was very interested in what Calen would say and gave him an intense stare.

Beacon Academy / Re: The INKKredible room fiesta [INKK]
« on: December 16, 2018, 10:48:56 AM »
((*Shrugging* happens))

Beacon Academy / Re: Big Game Hunting [Closed]
« on: December 16, 2018, 10:46:14 AM »
Kisha laughed triumphantly as the two arrows sank into the Grimm, killing them. She then turned her head, with a confident smirk on the face, to Tieren, and Diana, both of whom also brought down one of the Grimm. Four down, one more- It was then that Jima's yell echoed through the Colosseum and the next wave of creeps stormed in. An annoyed groan escaped her when the low-level Grimm entered the fight she. She already used enough of her arrows on them, do they have any idea how much work it is to make them?

Just as she was about to step forward to plunge right into the wave of creeps, the ground crumbled beneath her and eventually burst open. "Ihhhpp!" Kisha shrieked as she sprang away from the just emerged source of danger. Fortunately for her, the Deathstalker tail wasn't aimed at her, giving her the opportunity to build up some distance between her and the tail. All the more unfortunate for Smokey, who seemed to be the one targeted and hit by the attack, but when Kisha looked up to see how he was doing, he seemed to be totally fine. Kisha then gave him a challenging grin, "Heh~ Good question Smokes. What do you think, are 10 appropriate?"

Smokey seemed to be in control of the situation with the Deathstalker, and if things got rough she could still step in, but for now she was focusing on the group of weaker Grimm. With a slight chuckle, she threw her bow forward in the air and jumped right after it. She grabbed the handle of the now-transformed dagger again and stormed forward, right into the bunch, ready to kill each of the creeps herself.

Attack Log:

-Charging at the wave of creeps with her dagger. Planning on stabbing like... 2 of them


Aura: 100%
Fire Arrows: 8/8
Ice Arrows: 8/8
Energy arrows: 8/8
Normal Arrows: 6/8
Signal arrows: 3/3
Semblance: 100%
Smoke grenades: 3/3
Hydrogen grenades: 3

Approved Characters / Re: Kisha Miles
« on: December 13, 2018, 08:03:43 AM »
We all got a life outside the forum, so it's fine.

Quick note to the dust part, Kisha can (already before I did the edits) only carry a limited amount of dust-types with her (which are three + the arrows with no modification) and there shouldn't be any difference with the amount of her using the arrows in a fight.

Yeah, kinda suspected that there would be some flaws with that. It's okay, I edited it out.

Beacon Academy / Re: ABoat time [Open]
« on: December 09, 2018, 06:10:07 AM »
"Hey, being a mood killer is your job now, Captain!" Kisha replied with a big grin on her face, then continued to beg for another presentation of his semblance. And her wish was granted. Overexcited, Kisha happily clapped her hands together, like a small child that had just seen a magic show for the first time. Hopping, almost jumping, she made her way to the boat's rear, just as Calen advised her to, "Don't hold anything back, kay?" she called to him as she held on patiently and waited for the push. The patience gnawed at her as it took a little longer than before. Well, it didn't take THAT long, but with the excitement going on inside Kisha, it felt like an eternity. She swayed from foot to foot as she just stood there and waited for the boat to be turned and ready. Just before the launch, something flashed in Kisha's eyes and her grin turned into a smirk. This will be great!

When the boat finally launched forward Kisha did the unthinkable. She lets go. Just a shrill "WWwhhhiiiii~!" echoed through the air as she swiftly bypassed gravity and flew through the air and out of the boat. She stretched her limbs out, enjoying the wind and the water coming towards her and completely embraced the feeling of weightlessness. For the short time she had. Barely a second after she left the boat's airspace, she opened her eyes, which she had closed during her 'flight', forming one circle each with her two hands, one facing the boat, and the other centered under her. The second she made contact with the portal underneath her, she came out of the other and straightened up directly, arms stretched out to both sides as if she just finished an acrobatic performance. She even bowed at the end of her presentation and let the portals behind her disappear shortly after.

Kisha looked up from her bow, "Again!"  she called out, but this time with a silly laugh. That was just as great as she had imagined it, but she didn't miss the obvious exhaustion on Calen's face, which is why she quickly added, "just kidding!"

She trudged through the half-submerged surface of the boat to Calen, soaking everything down to her ankles. Yep, she's going to have a cold tomorrow. "Augh, Captain!" Kisha began with a faked indignant voice, "I've already told you to refrain from politeness, Miss Miles sounds so important, Kisha is totally fine!" With that, she turned away from Calen again, but didn't stop talking, "Ever heard of the word 'Yolo'? Personally, I don't like to use it, but the meaning describes me quite well. You only live once, Damn it! I knew what you do with the boat the second time, but I still made it exciting. Knowing what's going to happen is not bad, don't get me wrong here, but let me tell it to you again, live a bit riskier. Besides, you're here in Beacon, you can't get through this if you're planning everything." She paused for a moment to take a deep breath, that topic was going on long enough, "But okay. Either way he wants." She finally finished. As she spoke, she had crouched down and looked at the water inside the boat. She reached out her index finger and stuck it in the water, marking a small circle on its surface. Like the portals before, a blue disc-like creation appeared where she had painted the circle in the water, but nothing happened yet. Kisha straightened up and walked to the edge of the boat, repeating the process, placing the second portal well out of the boat's reach. As soon as the second portal appeared, the water inside the boat drained. The boat was not completely freed from the water and the entire surface was still slippery and damp, but it was better than nothing.

"Black." Kisha said out of nowhere as she watched the water drain, "I always liked this color," she added. Her clothes were about 95% brown and beige. The only black on her were the gloves and pants. Well, maybe her brown hair looked black in the darkness of the night. With the water largely back in the ocean, Kisha closed the portals with a quick wave and turned back to Calen, "What about you? My money is on gray," she said as her eyes scanned his clothes from top to bottom. "Well, if we're already on a question-and-answer session, favorite animal? Oh, no, wait! Favorite mythical creatures!?"

Everywhere Else / Re: Embers of the Hearth. [CLOSED] [BSSM Thread]
« on: December 09, 2018, 05:19:51 AM »
Mikado nodded silently as Mr. Emberstone said his name. So Smokey had told him about everyone. Good, that saved him from doing so. He followed behind the others into the building, nodding barely noticeable at Billy as she held the door open for him.

The interior decor surprised him relatively little, but he couldn't help but chuckle. He knew that Smokey had a preference for firearms and this room was filled with all kinds of guns. But he couldn't really return the enthusiasm that Serin and Billy had for the collection of weapons. Although Pock also had a built-in shotgun, this wasn't the main function of the weapon, and only served to build and maintain a distance between him and the opponent. His gaze shifted to the smaller assortment of melee weapons. They didn't interest him too much either, but it was better than the argument behind him. After Smokey had disappeared, Mikado leaned against the wall behind him and watched the conversation of the others from there.

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