In Irvinheim, the final preparations were completed, and hundred of mercenaries disappeared during the night while those with wyverns prepared for a long flight. Ivanko arrived shortly after Ixion finished their preparations. When the morning finally came, Ivanko, Ixion, Miranda, O'Donnel, Stephanie, Damian, and four other wyvern riders began a group warp that placed them just outside of Worthington. Ivanko and Ixion had come to make sure that Irina and Levski were gathered up, while Miranda would assist if necessary. O'Donnel and Stephanie were simply a means of transportation each baring some of the load. Damian was simply being returned to the group.
Ixion: Alright then. O'Donnel, Stephanie. You're free to roam about for a short while. Do not cause any trouble though. Damian, you and these four are with me. We'll go to the inn and assess the situation before proceeding. Miranda. You stay hidden and don't allow yourself to be detected until I decide what to do about Isotov.
Ivanko: I'll stay here for now. I don't need Victor tearing up the place.
O'Donnel: Forgive me for asking, sir, but why on earth did you bring that thing?
Ivanko: Do you really want me to leave Victor somewhere unsupervised by either myself or Ixion?
O'Donnel: ... never mind.
Ivanko: Let me know if you need anything. And someone bring me back a meatpie.
OOC: Beyond this point are simply character placements.
Meanwhile Viveka was asleep in her bed still, seemingly on the verge of waking up, but covered in a cold sweat. She was having another nightmare. When she did awaken, it was sudden, with her shooting up to find that Jasmine was the only other person in the room with her. She sighed in a bit of relief.
Viveka: ... dammit. Killed by that monster again ... and no strategy works, not even the poison ... though ... ... though I didn't actually get a chance to use it. Oh what does it matter. My dreams are just hell and the only escape is being awake ... here in reality. What a curse ....
Irina woke up with a headache. She wasn't sure why at first but quickly remembered what had happened the previous night ... some of it. She had gotten her drink mixed up with alcohol or something and everything was a blur from there unfortunately. She figured she could simply ask Lev and get an answer.
Levski was downstairs fully clothed and armored with his hands together and elbows on the table in deep thought. The look on his face was like a soldier preparing for war. The happy go lucky Lev most would expect to find simply wasn't there anymore.
The wyverns had woken within a few minutes of each other. The pink one spent the night on the roof having gone unnoticed in the dark. Kiev slept by the stables, and Krinkov in an alley next to the inn. Kiev woke up somewhat happy. His brother had a competent rider, he was finally going to be able to consume that annoying chicken, and he managed to tell the humans things. Today was going to be a good day as well. Kiev could already tell
Edited by Phoenix, 17 March 2011 - 10:17 PM.