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#1Leon Nakamura-Sutherland 

Foreign Affairs [Kaiser] Empty on Thu Jul 18, 2019 5:38 am

Leon Nakamura-Sutherland
Leon felt weird being in Fiore. It was different from Ministrel. Now that is his mother was married to Simon, a man worth calling father, things would be different..or so he had hoped. The Nakamura family had not accepted him and his family due to his mother's last name. The Deaux family were family enemies with the Nakamura family a long time ago. Of course, his mother was not amongst them anymore. First, he and his little sister escaped his father's grasp and now this. There was not much to say in regards to his whole situation. The mage only gave a sigh and put on his outfit for the day. He straightened his hair in the same style he always had it.

His little sister was out in Orchidia doing a job for the family head. He on the other hand was put into a very odd position. That was not the matter. It was surely nice of LeeAnn to let him stay in her childhood home for the time being. He stepped outside quietly to let his mother sleep. Leon began to roam the streets of Era trying to see the sights and sounds. There was so much to see and do, Fiore was different from Cealum and Ministril. He had only been in the town of Hargeon for two years, luckily his Fiorian was decent enough to make simple conversation. Every twist and turn was a maze. All of the streets looked the same, he had no destination at all so that really didn't matter. First, he had to get to know the area before setting out his mission.


Foreign Affairs [Kaiser] Empty on Thu Jul 18, 2019 11:05 am



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Through the window of her hotel room, Kaiser stared at the structures that made up the Council’s headquarters. There was quite a bit of distance in between, making them appear as little toy buildings. She held a cup of hot coffee in her hands. Seeing how mercilessly the sun was scorching Era, Kaiser would have liked to stay in for the day. She felt lazy and sleepy, and definitely not fresh. It was either too hot or too wet these days, and she couldn’t go outside if it was raining because she needed keep her wound dry until the stitches were removed. A few days had passed since the most horrible thing ever happened to her, but she was dedicated to fix it. She was dedicated to fix her goddamn face. Today, to be exact.

A freezing shower brought her back to life and the thought of repairing her damaged face enthused her to the point that she was grinning like a maniac. It was a sight to behold. If anyone saw her face right now, with the stitches right across and that crazy smile, they would immediately think that she belonged in an asylum. But the reason behind the crazy grin, was even crazier. You couldn’t blame her though. I mean, what narcissistic girl who was in love with her face would leave it be after some punk lacerated it right in the center. It was going to leave a giant scar that would last for the rest of her life. Don’t believe it? Save it. She asked the doctor who stitched it up for her. It definitely will leave a scar.

The majority of her morning was spent at the hospital, and most of that time, she spent waiting for the patients who had arrived earlier than her. It was a public hospital, so basically everyone who couldn’t afford to go to a private hospital was there. Honestly, the only reason she was here was because this was where she had her wound stitched up, so she had to come back here and get the stitches removed. If it was up to her, she would’ve preferred a private hospital.

Removing the stitches took about five minutes, and everything was over in about fifteen, so naturally she was pissed that she had to wait about an hour to do something that took only fifteen minutes. Her excitement for her next plan did not diminish, nevertheless, and she set out to find the magical substance that would take away her misery—which was her face at the moment.

Kaiser navigated the streets of Era with a colorful mini-map in her delicate hands. Though the city was much larger than Astera in all aspects, it was easier to find her way around in Era, maybe because the buildings in Astera looked all the same and the town was like a labyrinth. So she liked it here. And because of all the knights standing around, she had a virtual sense of safety. The shop she was looking for was called ‘Black Cat Den’ which was odd and shady. In any normal case, she would have avoided such a place just by hearing its name, but she was kind of in desperate need of their help.

While she thought she was making the right turns, she seemed to have been walking in circles for about a quarter of an hour. Maybe she had passed and overlooked or something. Starting to feel like the heat was getting unbearable, she looked around and spotted a man with long blonde hair—oh no it was orange—and quickly walked towards him. Giving him a pat on the shoulder, she shoved the map in his face. “Hello! Do you know the way to get here?” she asked in her strange accent as she violently jabbing at a point on the map. She tried her best to form a friendly smile, forgetting that she had a fresh scar across her face.

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#3Leon Nakamura-Sutherland 

Foreign Affairs [Kaiser] Empty on Fri Jul 19, 2019 2:15 am

Leon Nakamura-Sutherland
Leon was enjoying the scenery of the city. It was nothing like his motherland. He had been in the city before, but Fiore's buildings were much more extravagant and followed a different architecture. Sightings was one of his favorite things to do, especially of the forgien arts. Art was a beautiful language that spoke to everyone differently. Some gotten a dark vibe from a painting or a joyful feeling from a statue. Everyone interrupted things differently and that's why he was so fond of the arts. Casullly, he was walking slowly watching all the buildings and the Fiorian people who would walk by. Some were more in a rush than others. He had no where to be and all the time in the world until he awaited orders from his superiors.

He heard footsteps and a voice call out to him. She seemed to be in a hurry or frustrated. The heat was probably getting to her. Leon was more immune to it than most people due to him being a fire mage and extreme training in hot weather. She held a map of Era. Upon looking at it, he looked stunned by how big Era actually was. LeeAnn had never mentioned the size of the city. The woman point to something on the map called the "Black Cat Den". He had never heard of such a thing. There were street names along the map. He was asked if he knew where this was. "I can try my best, let me see your map" he offered, his french-british accent starting to show. The tall, young man took the map gently.

Above their heads was a sign with the street names on them. He looked around the map for the location versus where her destination were at. It took him a few minutes. "It looks to only be a few blocks from here. I can walk you there to make sure you get there, if you'd like
he spoke. He handed her back the map. Leon said nothing about her scar and only made eye contact. His eyes didn't drift too far from where he was staring.


Foreign Affairs [Kaiser] Empty on Sat Jul 20, 2019 3:25 am



The Nullifidian

Kaiser was more than pleased with the stranger’s response. He didn’t give much of a reaction after seeing her scar, which was also very nice of him. She would have probably exploded on the spot if he reacted badly or made a negative comment, since the heat was already enough to bear. She allowed the man to have her map, fanning herself with her hands as she waited. There were street signs at every corner, and Kaiser had of course been following their directions, but she just couldn’t seem to find her destination. She had a feeling it was meant to be that way, seeing how they sold some questionable products. Moments later, the stranger offered to walk her there, which she thought wasn’t such a bad idea. She didn’t like having a stranger take her places, but it was so hot and she just wanted to get there fast.

“Alright, sure,” she said and gestured for him to lead the way. If he tried anything funny, she was very capable of handling him anyway, which was why she agreed. Of course, she wasn’t aware of how strong or capable the strange man was, but her self-confidence had no limit so she almost always assumed that she was stronger in most cases, unless there was a very good reason for her to believe otherwise.

They reached a section of the road that Kaiser had already passed, but something caught her eye this time. She stopped in her tracks, squinted—that made her face hurt and didn’t really help her see anything—and said, “There it is.” It looked like a shop that had been abandoned from afar, but the movement inside said shop was what grabbed Kaiser’s attention. She could see a tiny figure bobbing around through the dusty window pane, like a little black blob that was alive. At this point, Kaiser had already forgotten that she had company when she walked towards the shop and peered through the grimy glass. The blob seemed to notice her arrival and bounced down...into the floor? No. There was a hole in it, that was immediately closed shut after the blob disappeared. “Welcome to Black Cat Den,” she mumbled to herself with a grin and looked for a way to get in.

There was no way in. Which was strange, because even if Black Cat Den took over a shop that used to be here, wouldn’t there have been a door before or something? Weird. Kaiser came to the conclusion that she would have to break the glass to get in, but she didn’t want to scare Black Cat or whoever ran the shop away because that was going to make some noise. Taking a few steps back to look for something to break the glass with, the stranger who brought her here came into vision. “Oh, you’re still here. I forgot about you. Anyway, a little help?” she asked, cocking her head towards the glass.

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#5Leon Nakamura-Sutherland 

Foreign Affairs [Kaiser] Empty on Sat Jul 20, 2019 3:40 am

Leon Nakamura-Sutherland
Leon remained calm. He spoke of nothing on the way there. The heat really didn't bother him since he was well...a fire mage. Summers really never bothered him much at all. There was nothing he could do to help relieve the young lady by his side. It was apparent that she was strong by the amount of magic energy coming from her. He knew better than to not doing a single thing to a woman. Afterall, his sister, mother, and worst of all, LeeAnn, would have his head if he ever thought of a thing. The walk was not the long, but pleasant for him at least. They arrived at the their destination.

The building itself looked upkept and rotting away. Leon gave a little bit of a disgusted look, why would she want to go here? He shrugged and followed her. He simply gave a look around, trying to see through the windows. They were dusty and covered in dirt. He could barely see anything through them, but he saw a figure. A figure saw them and disappeared through the floor. He flinched back a little taken a back. Was that a spirit? Or did he disappear through a trap door. Leon's slate gray eyes looked over at Kaiser. She seemed to not find a way in. Her comment made him feel a little left out, but that quickly changed. She pointed to the glass and asking him to break it so they could get in.

So much for staying on a low profile...

He looked around to see if anyone was around. He saw no one on the abandon street. He raised his fist and broke the glass. It took a few tries before he could get some sort of reaction. After a few tires, the glass broke and shattered. The mage slide through first to make sure there were not broke shards or anything. He didn't want her to get hurt. "It's all clear" he called. He lit the whole room with his fire mage. A small flame burned on his finger as he took a look around.


Foreign Affairs [Kaiser] Empty on Fri Aug 02, 2019 3:42 pm



The Nullifidian

It was very interesting how the strange man agreed to help her break into an abandoned store so easily, but Kaiser was glad that even if she got into some trouble, she wasn’t going to be alone. That’s the kind of person she was. The glass shattered under the impact of his punch, and Kaiser stepped over the broken pieces to get inside. The odor of unused furniture made her scrunch up her nose in disgust. Each step caused the floorboards to creak ever so eerily. The last thing she expected was for her companion to be a motherfucking wizard.

“Impressive,” she said, her eyes reflecting the light of his flame. Though she wanted to know more about his magic, and his journey as a wizard, her focus at this moment was to get her face fixed, and approached the trapdoor through which the blob disappeared. “How to get in…?” she mumbled, mostly to herself as she lightly knocked on it.

Without further inspection, Kaiser forcefully kicked the door down, essentially breaking the entrance to their little hideout or whatever and making her arrival known to everyone underneath. Motioning her new friend to follow her, the starlight mage took careful steps down the shaky stairs that led them to a room full of bewildered creatures, all wearing vibrant colors.

“Sorry about the noise! I’m here for a potion to...change my face?” Kaiser wasn’t sure how they called it in their terms, but she tried her best so that they could easily understand her. Unlike what they saw above, the interior of this gigantic basement was absolutely dazzling. She couldn’t take her eyes off of the different types of jewelry that each and everyone here wore on their bodies. It was quite amusing too. She couldn’t wrap her head around the idea of this little underground party where no one was human, everyone wore diamonds around their necks, and not a single one of them looked like they cared about anything going on outside of here.

Of course her loud entrance caught all of their attention, and it was kind of awkward because they were still just standing on the stairs. “And this is my friend...John,” she added, tilting her head towards her companion. She couldn’t think of anything fast enough to blurt out and not raise suspicion. They were still doing some shady stuff down here, so she didn’t want them to kick her out for bringing someone without informing that she would beforehand.

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#7Leon Nakamura-Sutherland 

Foreign Affairs [Kaiser] Empty on Thu Aug 15, 2019 3:49 pm

Leon Nakamura-Sutherland
Leon simply noticed how he was a bit impressed by his magic. He could only give a small nod to ensure that everything was right. Magic was something hard to come back as a mage. He showed no interest in the shop itself. Kaiser found the trap door. Leon leaned forward to give her some light. The trapdoor would not budge at all. It took some force from Kasier. A loud crunch of the wood was made from the trap door breaking.

Leon jump a little at the soun.d His blue eyes lifted to her Kaiser, who jumped down where the blob had gone. Whatever she wanted from this shop was through that hol.d she slipped through without a problem. Leon followed her quickly without a sound He could only give a look when he landed. There was someone down there. She looked a bit pissed. Leon did not blame her. She explained what she was wanting. A potion for her face. Leon nodded. When it came to the introduction. He gave a small look like htat was the wrong name and it was. Thought it was the fact that the name was something so generic almost not believe able.


Foreign Affairs [Kaiser] Empty on Mon Sep 02, 2019 5:54 pm



The Nullifidian

No one at the underground party cared about what Kaiser was saying. Only at the mention of the potion, a head poked out of the crowd with a curious look. The head belonged to the owner of the shop, who didn’t really looked like she owned anything to be quite honest. She looked like she was here to carry one of the guests’ belongings or something, which was why Kaiser didn’t notice her at all in the beginning. Only when Black Cat approached the sorceress, did she see the small neko who had a petite form and looked very young.

“Oh!” said Kaiser, digging into her purse for money to pay for the potion. Black Cat reached out as if asking for payment. She held the potion in the other hand and didn’t speak a word. “Can I see it first?” she asked. The shop owner handed her to little vial that held a sparkling pink liquid. Kaiser shook it a little and looked at it from all angles. Once she was satisfied, she paid the amount for it and said, “If it doesn’t work, I’ll be back for a refund!” with a delightful grin and turned to head out. “Alright, let’s go John. Our business here is finished,” she told the orange haired man. Black Cat was left speechless, not that she was saying anything in the first place.

As soon as they were out of the building and back on the road, Kaiser popped the vial open and gulped down its contents. “Well stranger, that was fun. See you again later maybe!” she said gleefully and headed back to the hotel. She was pretty hyped to find out what her new face was going to be like.

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