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Test Fire [Hyoen][Kon]

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Default on Sun Mar 04, 2018 4:26 am

Grabbing his gun leaning on the wall, he snuck out of his room shared with his wife to be, Alice as the sun was raising leaving behind a message for her in front of the door as he left. She was still recovering after having just given birth days prior and he didn’t want to disturb her rest. His gun had been repaired and now he needed to test it out on something or someone, the most appropriate place for him to do that while in Crocus was none other than the Domus Flau, the great battle arena that typically held Guild Tournaments however those have since become absent in these darker days. He hoped there would be another mage there for him to fight as shooting at targets while sufficient to gauge the efficiency of the weapon left him unsatisfied.

The first issue he would come up against as he made his way through to the Domus Flau would be that the armed militants who seemed to be praying upon the rich or at least those that looked rich. While his clothes were non-descript in that regard, his weapon suggested otherwise with it sparkling from the light of the rising sun. Wanting to avoid such conflicts Kon took detours and went through alleyways weaving his way to the entrance of the battle arena. The staff and guards to the vast building were busy preparing for the start of another busy day and as he walked up to a more senior official trying to get a word in as the woman was instructing a new employee. Rather then even getting a friendly hello the woman instead looked at him briefly and commented. “Fighter?, Go on inside the rest will be on there way.”

Shrugging, he walked inside with his gun resting on his right shoulder while his right hand clasped the handle within the weapon. Entering the building he looked from left to right noticing ticket booths and kiosks opening up, “Did I come in too early?” He thought to himself, after all he would be shooting a gun fairly soon and it was only maybe 7 in the morning perhaps he should watch a few matches before doing anything.


Default on Mon Mar 05, 2018 10:58 am

It was around 7 am when Hyōen was located in the large colosseum-like structure called Domus Flau. It was the perfect place to put some final clicks on his almost mastered magic - up until now, he had been troubled with summoning directed fire, forming it to blades and/or orbs that he can throw, and the wings were the worst thing to summon back then. Now, he finds himself decently at ease with this weird Fire Magic, and he was more than eager to see what secrets that lied behind it. Coda was watching from the side-lines as she perched on the very fence that had the function to separate the audience from the battleground. Despite being this early, he actually got an opponent; however, the story following up to this was weird…

A militant had stepped up to him earlier when the Fire Wizard was on his way. Clearly interested in the necklace of his, the militant kept a good eye on Hyōen, and obviously, he took notice of that. It all continued all the way back up to the Domus Flau itself where Hyōen, for the very first time in his life, got to see the inside of a literal arena meant for battles between wizards. The bird boy curiously exposed the militant, naively, and asked if he wanted to help him clear out any last problems about his magic. The militant was shocked and confused at first, but then took it as an honor.

“Alright, I don’t know what ‘problems’ that you may suffer, but feel free to get rid of them through me..!”


Or well, until Hyōen actually started manifesting magic. On his right hand, a small orb of bright, orange light was visible, and he quickly rose the arm up in the air to expand the orb into a huge fireball. He would throw that fireball like throwing a football, watching it cross the battlefield with a terrifying trail of burnt earth left behind. The ball itself would crash at one point and emit an explosion that would send heat out in all directions, but the militant managed to get himself out of danger pretty quickly. Having watched the danger behind such magic, he decided not to play around more and dismiss himself. That only left the wizard with no opponent to test out his skills with…

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