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Wings on the grass (social: Tsubaki)

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#1Elk 

on Sun Nov 26, 2017 11:14 am

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Elk walked down the hillside, away from the bustling parts of Baska and into the less bustling hillsides of Baska. They supposedly had unmatched beauty. Sliding down a steep part Elk came to rest at a stream bed. He sat under an overhanging cliff that was held together by a tree’s roots. Laying back in the cool shade, he closed his eyes. Out of all the places he’d been, this was by far the best place he’d seen and been. Grabbing a handful of dirt he let it crumble through his fingers, it was cool and damp compared to the dry, dusty dirt of the residential area.

Sitting back up he propped himself against the side of a rock. He sat calmly and watched the beautiful river flow by, there was something soothing about it.

It wasn’t that he didn’t like Fiorw, but he himself wanted to return to his home world Elphesia, where his grandmother grew up. Fiore was safe now and he needed to return their bloodline back to Elohesia, it was his goal in life. But at the moment, his current goal was relaxing

#2Tsubaki Blossom 

on Sun Nov 26, 2017 1:41 pm

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"Just how confident are you?"

Tsubaki thought she could have a little bit of fun today instead of going to her normal thinking place up in the quiet mountains. She was going to take the spot and turn it into a really fun place, but only for that day. She was planning to make an awesome slide down the mountain that would stop in the stream bed, as that seemed the safest place to stop. She had been planning this for quite a while now, maybe since she had first arrived, seeing as when she explored she had found the place and had come up with the idea in the first place. She already had her inflatable raft-like boat that she was going to use to slide down, and she had already been smoothing out a mountain for the last few weeks so she had everything ready.

She walked up to the top of the mountain, her shadow stretching far across the grassy terrain. She slowly blew up the boat, laughing at the same time just thinking about how many times she could slide down and have so much fun. Luckily she got a boat that had handles so she could hold on instead of flying off when she started sliding.

Once she had finished, she put all of her stuff at the top of the mountain and stepped inside, then pushing herself down. As soon as she felt herself going down, she grabbed onto the handles and her hair flew back behind her. She was going so fast, and as she went down she realized how far the drop really was. "Woohoooo!" she yelled, echoing throughout the mountains. As she reached the bottom she could see someone sitting in her thinking place. She pulled up on the handles, taking her off track and falling straight down on the stream bed, popping her boat. Luckily, she hadn't gotten hurt and her cosplay wings had slowed the fall down just a bit. "Who are you?" she asked the kid, looking a lot younger than herself. He looked different, like no one she's ever seen before. "Another odd one out I see...." she thought to herself as the boy spoke.

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#3Elk 

on Mon Nov 27, 2017 5:16 pm

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Elk was sitting down, enjoying his relaxing shade, until a girl with pink haired appeared and asked who he was? Elk wasn't particularly glad that someone had been rude and interrupted him, but he was going to be the bigger person and be polite, "I'm Elk, since you asked, I'm a member of Blue Pegasus, because you're obviously going to ask more questions, and my question is,
who are you?"
He said, only the slightest tint of saltiness in his voice. Elk had no idea how old this girl was, and he wasn't much of a fan of people over the age of 35, she obviously didn't look 35, but he had met many a person who had been tainted by the judginess of the elderly. Picking some dirt up he crumbled more of its soothing feel in his hands. He made sure to watch the girl's eyes, not in a creepy way, but eye-contact was a way to understand people better.

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