Vestige

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  1. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "For a purported scion of justice, you're rather soft-spoken, aren't you miss? Here's the thing though," he said, walking over to Oshea and clutching him by his collar. "You might be right in saying this fraud over here can do no harm, but you're quite dismissive of the harm he's already managed to do. I'm not quite sure I like that. Now, I don't know about the Prince, but I myself am not too keen on handing over a prisoner of war to a band of delusional self-righteous clowns for free," he said, pulling Oshea up. "And I humbly regret to inform you, but we're at war now. And wars are not won by being charitable to your enemy. If you're as fair as you are just, then surely you'll find it no trouble to offer something of recompense for the life of this man? You seem quite eager to save him after all, and I wouldn't want to give up a master strategician for free." He had a smirk on his face. Here he was, thinking the man was all but useless and then a bunch of jokers show up, ready to save him. What a riot. "You should know he was pining for you lot. Every other sentence was the justice friends this, and the justice friends that. I imagine this is something like a dream come true for the man. If I were you, I wouldn't want to shatter his dreams by being stingy when he's so close to salvation." "... Another thing you should know. Unlike some of my companions here, my fealty is primarily with the Queen who you've so openly slandered. While this fighting has left me rather weary, I wouldn't mind judging one last soul. A casualty of war, if you will. I'm sure we'll have some time leftover to talk about the politics of right and wrong afterwards," he finished, his right hand rife with dark energy.
  2. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "What's wrong commander? You seem awfully quiet all of a sudden. Where's your gusto now?" Alain sneered. For all his boasting, Oshea had failed to deliver any promising results--a true pity for his men. "Letting him go free would be ill-advised should he manage to reconvene with Deiran forces. But somehow I doubt Deira would care enough to pay a ransom for him. Perhaps we should just let the surviving Myrcian villagers have their way with him. I'm sure they might have a thing or two they'd like to say... "
  3. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "I'll try and hold back--for your sake, Commander." Alain to (17,6) attacks Oshea with Balor.
  4. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "Don't be so harsh on the man. I wager he'd play a fine game of chess. After all, what are a few pawns to secure the safety of the king?" "Ah but alas, a true pity for you Commander... I believe we've reached checkmate." Alain moves to (16,3).
  5. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "Your kind is so uncouth." Alain to (17,6); Invites Bandit #1 to Oblivion.
  6. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "A shame you won't be needing this any longer, sir," Alain said, plucking the dark tome from the old man's incapable reach. He had a strange mark carved onto his hand--the same that Constance brandished on her cloak. I see... I should have realized sooner. It was curious that nobody had apprehended Constance for her bold display, but perhaps the meaning of the mark was lost upon most. Without any further delay, Alain took his prize and emerged from the house, ready to enter the fray once more. Alain moves to (15,8) attacks Fighter 2 with Balor
  7. 1. Too many sword lords 2. Lets make sword OC's 3. Lets not add Ike and Roy because we have too many sword characters 4. ??? 5. Profit? First FExSMT, now this. One disappointment after another.
  8. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    Alain to (11,7). Visits house.
  9. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "If I require aid from Engel's acolyte, I'll be sure to ask. Until that time comes, you'd best warn your friend to keep their help to themselves and concentrate on the battlefield. Honestly, you both talk as if it were your given right to fight in this army--as defectors to your own kingdom no less. Pah. If you want to talk about respect, try to earn it first," he scoffed. Alain moves to (12,8) and thunders the General.
  10. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    Finally--he'd found freedom at last. For months he'd restrained himself, focusing on his infernal magic only in the utmost secrecy. But now--on this battlefield--he had finally relinquished himself of that burden once and for all. It was for that reason that Accolon's proclamations amused Alain to no end. He looked towards Accolon, his gaze completely level with the rider's axe. "You think I've come this far just to go back to Engel with my tail between my legs, begging for forgiveness? Sorry, but I've done enough begging to last me a couple of lifetimes--so I'll have to ask you and your Lord to keep your favors to yourselves. But thanks for caring," he said, waving Balor in front of the rider. "I should warn you however, before you get any funny ideas. I act in accordance with the decree of her Majesty Queen Ethel herself. I've got a lot to prove in this war, and I'll not be kept from my goals by an overzealous turncoat like yourself. If you value your life, and the life of your comrade--you'd best learn to leave the holy crusading for somewhere other than my presence," he spat.
  11. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    More Wyverns, huh? Alain frowned. He and the rest had found themselves in a bit of a pinch. Falling back put them at the mercy of that damnable magic, but advancing forward was hardly an inviting option. He sighed. Still, showing cowardice to the Deiran's would prove troublesome as well, so he supposed the answer to the dilemma had been decided. First impression mattered, after all. "Come then, it's time I had Belial show me his worth." Alain moves to (9,7), attacks Reliant 2 with Balor.
  12. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "No promises, but we'll try. Hopefully these bastards don't decide to set the entire village on fire before then," he said to the woman, chewing his lip as he looked towards the smoldering remains nearby. "You should find somewhere to hide for now, it's not safe in the open," he added. Alain moves to (7,10) and attacks Archer #3 with Thunder
  13. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    Alain moves to (4,11) take drops the villager from bottom post
  14. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    Alain arrived to the battlefield not as a mere diplomat, but as a soldier. It was always amusing to compare where he used to be as a child, and where he was now as an adult. Here he was, about to embark on a campaign to liberate a country and topple a kingdom. Back in those days, all he ever cared about was trying to liberate his stomach from the "rumblies". Sometimes he wondered what life would be like if he hadn't been orphaned. Would he be where he was now? A better spot, or worse perhaps? He shook his head. Ultimately, those kinds of thoughts mattered little now that the battle was about to begin. Another time, perhaps. For now, focus. He just needed to focus. Alain deploys on (1,11) and begrudgingly hands over the Frost Tome >:(