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Return of the Emblem Chapter Five: The Retrieval

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"Ah that's kind of you.....But I think I'll be staying alone here and trying to patch him up a good deal more. Just so that when he wakes up, he'll be able to go right back to sleep again without any problems. Anyways I don't think we've actually introduced ourselves, did we?"- Chelsea replied to the soldier.

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Helping out with the cooking preparations was enjoyable for Ranyin as it gave him the nostalgic feeling of helping his mother prepare the neccesary ingredients for the tea house. Finished with his share of the work, Ranyin decided to seek out Bert. He knew the pegasus rider had some stiches that needed to be dealt with.

Counting the roll of threads he had manage to purchase along the journey, he knew he was well stocked enough to look after the clothing of five people for a week if they fought battles like today's and live everyday. Recalling he last caught a glimpse of Bert on the deck, Ranyin headed to the stairs.

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Deadweight:

Nanahm groaned as the aches in his back began making themselves known, attempting to move his arms slightly. As the weight pinning him to the ground loosened, the fighter gave up the struggle to stand up and simply rolled onto the floor.

"Ugh, blessed air," he mumbled, too dazed to complain about the rocking ship. Nanahm opened his eyes, blearily observing a face hovering in the distance. Clearing his throat, he made a second query. "What's going on? Did we find that Fallen yet?" Nahm asked, wary of the answer. [i]Don't tell me I missed out on again.[/i]

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[b]Shadrak

[/b]Shadrak smiled 'escorted' Raquel to the galley, chuckling at her astonishment at his little act. "So, ignoring this bit about the item, how are you holding up with being a leader?" he asked her, smiling and generally being friendly.

[b]Zel

[/b]Zel nodded, and gave Chelsea a slight bow. "Zelatus Drak'thul, Knight of Ursium, at your service m'lady" He introduced himself in his most knightly tone... the entire scene probably seemed rather corny.

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'Huh? How long has he been under there?' John wondered, surprised. ''Well, we have the Fallen on board, and we're heading back to Ursium right now. You must have spent the whole time... down there.'' He answered.

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[b]Raqy[/b]

"I'm not sure I'm holding up at all really." she said with a nervous chuckle. "I think I've just been blessed with cooperative allies ... though I guess we have our moments ..." she added thinking to little incidents, mostly times when people missed important battles or Gytha's public gun moments. "I guess as long as they get paid, and we don't lose sight of our goals, we'll be fine, hopefully."

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Confusion:

"What?!" Nanahm exclaimed, slamming his boots into the floorboards as he stood up. Too quickly, he realized, when the wyvern rider before him drifted out of focus. "Tomatoes be damned, you've got to be kidding me!" he growled towards an invisible enemy. Shaking his head to clear out his thoughts, the fighter only felt worse. [i]Another battle? What is this, the second one I missed? Veronika said not to worry about it, at least I'm alive….[/i] Nanahm shut his eyes until he felt less dizzy, not caring how silly he must've looked to John by now. Crazy even.

"Yeah, I wandered down here by accident, and hit my head on that," opening his eyes to narrow slits so he could point at the loose board. "Then I tripped and knocked myself out on a sack," bending down to rummage around for the offending object. "Aha!" he cried out triumphantly. "There's got to be something metal in here that made this whole mess," he muttered. "I ought to tell the captain about it," looking for some way to open the burlap.

"Say, John," as he found the carving knife in his pocket. "How did the battle go? Any casualties?" he tried to ask calmly. [i]What if me being absent led to someone dying? What if they needed an extra person there? [/i]Nanahm tried to convince his subconscious otherwise. [i]One more person can't be that important, right?[/i]

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''Well,'' John began. ''How should I put it? We certainly were lucky there. There were monsters, and two Fallen there. We were lucky the Fallen focused more on the mercenaries we were looking for, but can't say the same to them. They all died except for this girl.''

''Anyway, we did fare well against the monsters, but got beat up pretty bad, and now the Fallen had their eyes on us. When all of a sudden Axel unleashed an explosion. This granted us a chance to escape, getting the most injured into the mounts and quickly head back here. Fortunately we all managed to live... well, Axel seems to have not, I'm not sure. Looks like he was too close he got caught in that explosion as well.'' He explained as best he could.

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Below deck:

"Oh," Nanahm blinked. [i]Axel blew himself up? Smart, real smart.[/i] "At least you're okay, and alive," busying himself with the sack. Eventually the fighter ripped a hole in the thick fabric, yanking out a metal cup. "For Raguni's sake, who would put a stinkin', lousy cup in here?" Shaking off a few grains of wheat, Nanahm was tempted to throw the thing overboard. [i]Unless they miscalculate again, I'm not getting any pay for the Fallen. This is all your fault,[/i] he glared accusingly at the unresponsive drink holder.

"I'm keeping this," Nanahm said to John. [i]Gonna have some explaining to do,[/i] sighing as his stomach started rumbling. "Let's go eat dinner, I'm staaarving," he drawled out. "And thanks for helping me out, who knows how long I woulda been stuck underneath that pile," eyes darkening for a second.

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''Sure, no problem.'' John said. ''I only wound up here since I was heading for dinner actually, and got a little lost.'' He laughed. ''But yeah, let's go and eat.'' With that, he walked out of the room.

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