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#76Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sat Jul 24, 2021 4:42 pm

Odin
Not that anyone ever asked him how he felt about these things, as they reached the end of the passageway that brought them towards what looked like some kind of ancient shrine. He had always been Odin, the unfeeling Lich that wished only to bring destruction upon the world. He was evil, he didn’t feel any emotion and had no desires beyond death. It was a very one-dimensional way to view him, and he had never been a massive fan of it. Arko had broken free from those shackles that had bound Odin. He had journeyed somewhere where they didn’t judge Odin for being a Lich, but instead had invited him to be something, to become someone better. Arko had been stronger, faster, and had felt more than Odin ever could have imagined. He had found somewhere to belong, somewhere where they would love him as much as he loved him, somewhere he wouldn’t be judged purely because of the race he had, somewhere that wouldn’t ask him what he had sacrificed, but rather ensure he wouldn’t ever have to do it again. That was where he belonged, where he wanted to be for the rest of his now limited days.

#77Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sat Jul 24, 2021 4:42 pm

Odin
But he wouldn’t be allowed that boon. Fate, as it always seemed to, had a very different plan in mind for Odin. And any plan that involved Odin would almost certainly influence Arko in a way that the young Bula did not wish for. The ancient shrine was set up much as one would imagine, but in the centre was not a totem towards some abstract, long forgotten deity or anything even remotely similar. Instead, sitting directly in the centre of the ancient shrine, was a bowl full of liquid. A bowl made of the same wood as the mystical tree in the centre of the village, possessing the tell tale silver glow that Odin had first noticed upon his arrival to the village. The liquid, in stark contrast to this, was a beautiful golden colour, mimicking almost perfectly the flames that had previously danced upon the hand of the Bula. He looked up at the stone face behind the shrine. Somehow, he couldn’t tell exactly why he knew this, Aisha and the chief couldn’t see what Arko could. Perhaps it was the sun marking granting him a different sight, but he was now different from the other Bula, and it allowed him this ability.

#78Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 5:52 am

Odin
A final depiction, one last premonition from whichever creation had first laid out this prophecy. One that only Arko could see, and so one that no Bula had ever laid eyes upon before. Perhaps he was the second person to ever see it, with the first being the magical mason, either an instrument of something greater or perhaps the great one themselves. It seemed to overwrite the final act of the other images, etched back onto rocks and visible for many hundreds of years. This was something different, a future that could only come to pass if the one who completed it did what was required of them. As much as Arko wished it was for him, that he would be the chosen one brought about to save the Bula and protect them from the fire that would consume their village, he knew it wasn’t to be. He saw the skeleton on the stone tablet, a shield in one hand and a staff in the other. Two items that were relics in their own right, ancient creations that were only owned by one man, although to call him such would be false. Arko the Bula was not to be their saviour.

#79Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 5:52 am

Odin
That honour was to be granted to Odin himself. The Lich, the Black Scourge. The Wizard Lord and bringer of death that he was. The path was clear for Arko now, as he realised his existence was always meant to be temporary. He had only lived to bring Odin to this moment. He was not to be the hero, just as Odin wasn’t destined to be the villain. They both had their parts to play, and all that was left was to make their moves. Moves that had been preordained for centuries. An infinite number of decisions, existences and coincidences to make this moment happen. Arko looked down at the golden liquid in front of him. He had to drink it, he knew that was what was required of him. The final act of the young Bula, before he would fade as a memory, not even being a figment of Odin’s psyche. He had truly been a different person. More than simply a different soul using Odin as a vessel, as Lucifer had once done. No, Arko had been the complete package. A new person, a different life, a unique soul. He had been given form through Odin, but he lived just as anyone else did.

#80Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 5:52 am

Odin
With only one thing left to do, Arko decided to take his time. After all, any decision he made was already decided right? There was no free will for him, so anything he did in this moment wouldn’t matter anyway. Nothing could stop him since everything he did was the exact thing he was meant to do in that moment. And then, in that instant, he pondered just leaving. Taking Aisha with him and running away, leaving the forest and finding a new home. Perhaps Worth Woodsea in Fiore could make for a new home for all the Bula, or maybe it would be enough to save the two of them from certain death. As his mind wandered through all the possibilities, one daunting thought kept niggling in the back of his head. He couldn’t get the image out of his mind. Aisha in the clutches of a skeletal being, fire consuming the forest around her, all her family dying in agony. No matter what Arko did, Aisha would never be safe. The only way he could guarantee her safety was to destroy himself, and her safety meant everything to him. He had to do what Odin himself did. He had to die.

#81Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 5:52 am

Odin
He looked into her eyes, knowing it would be the last time he got the chance. In that moment, just as every moment, he saw her as he had first seen her. The most beautiful creation to ever exist, both now and in the future. Nothing would come close to the beauty that Arko saw then. He didn’t even try to hide the emotions on his face, he was as awestruck by Aisha as she had been by the flames. He was seeing creation itself, the most incredible goddess that could ever be. He was seeing everything in that one moment, and Aisha knew it. Her blush just made Arko’s heart explode with love, as he ran to her, tears streaming own his face as he apologised for everything. He told her of his love for her, that he would never forget her even after he was forgotten. She would always hold a place in his heart. Aisha had no idea where it had all come from, but she said the only words Arko needed to hear in that moment. She told him that she loved him, and she forgave him for everything. Their love was as one again, everything was right for Arko.

#82Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 5:53 am

Odin
That was the most important thing that could happen for him. Forgiveness and love from the only one who could ever grant it to him. He looked at her, so proud of who she was and excited for the future of Stella. She would be incredible, she would surpass her father in every way and lead the Bula into a time of everlasting peace. And maybe, many decades from now, as her last breaths began to leave her and her soul re-joined the earth beneath them, she would think back to the young Bula she had met in the forest. The one she had taken under her wing, against her father’s wishes, and trained in the ways of the tribe. The perfectionist that had excelled at everything he had studied, because he had possessed the most wonderful teacher. He had learned all of the flora in the forest, being able to hunt and study as well as the strongest and smartest of the Bula people. Arko had been strong, he had formed a connection with the leader of the Equus, the creature once bonded to her mother. She couldn’t be more proud of who Arko had become, and the potential he had had for more.

#83Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 5:53 am

Odin
Drying his eyes, Arko bowed low to Aisha’s father, affording the elder the respect he deserved as chief of the tribe. They had not seen eye to eye on every matter, the man had exiled Arko after all. Chuckling a little at the different feelings they had felt towards one another. Suspicion, intrigue, pride. He had allowed Arko into his family, had been so pleased for the young Bula’s love for his daughter, and had wished the world for them both. The bow Arko received was just as low, something he had not expected and something that caused one more tear to fall. Whether the chief knew what was coming or not, his bow was a sign of the utmost respect and admiration. He had never bowed to anyone else, not that Arko had seen, making the moment even more spectacular. Smiling at the man that had called him son just as he had viewed him as his father, and looking once more at the woman who would have made his life the most wonderful experience that anyone could ever wish for, Arko turned his back to them, facing the silver bowl and its golden liquid, knowing he would never lay eyes upon them again.

#84Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 5:53 am

Odin
There was no way to describe the taste, as the liquid flowed down Arko’s throat as if it had a mind of its own. It had been waiting centuries for the one destined to drink it, and its magical power had not diminished in the slightest. Instantly, Arko felt nothing. He felt the release, the loss of his life. There was no way to describe it, not that he thought there would be anyone to describe it to where he was going. His existence was coming to an end in that moment and, with his death came death once more for his body. The skin of Arko began to fade with his soul, bone replacing the once blue skin of the Bula. In that moment, the final moment before his true self dissipated and ceased to exist, Arko could only smile. He had lived a short life, but it had been perfection. He had enjoyed every moment. He had lived, experienced so many new things, and even found love. That was more than so many could ever hope for. It had been a short life, but it had been an incredible one. He held no regrets, as his spirit finally drifted away forevermore.

#85Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:04 am

Odin
Odin work with a start, confused and unsure of exactly where he was. That last thing that had happened to him had been drinking a strange liquid in the centre of the demi human village. Now, as he looked around, he seemed to be underground somewhere. Two primate demi humans were looking directly at him, who he recognised as the girl that had first spotted him and the man he had assumed was her father. For some reason they were crying but the Lich couldn’t make any sense of why. He looked around the shrine, at least it certainly looked like a shrine, and saw a wall painting directly in front of him, standing proud behind the shrine. The weirdest thing about the depiction, at least the weirdest thing Odin could see, was that it seemed to show him. A Lich equipped with staff and shield just as he was, fighting off some kind of angry black mass, a shadowy figure emerging from it that the image didn’t exactly try and make obvious. Odin hated things that claimed to show the future, they were always so vague. Apparently Odin was ‘destined’ to fight something nearby at some point soon, that was incredibly useless.

#86Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:04 am

Odin
Then again, a deep rumble that shook the entire cave system he seemed to be in gave some indication of how soon ‘soon’ was actually going to be. Looking at the two demi humans, who he quickly remembered could understand him, the Lich commanded them to explain what was happening. They had no idea either and, when he gestured towards the image on the stone wall they claimed to be unable to see it, before closing their eyes and muttering something about an ape and someone called ‘Arko’. Quickly Odin was realising that he had assumed too much of these demi humans after all. They were a reclusive bunch and had no idea how the world around them worked. He would roll his eyes if he had any in the sockets, but for now he was going to have to get himself and the two demi humans out of the system. He needed both to complete his mission for Hildegard. After all, the chief needed to be there to sign a deal with the Lich, and he was unlikely to do it if Odin left his daughter to die in a collapsing cave. He had to get them both out of here.

#87Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:04 am

Odin
They ran back through the single passageway and into a larger cave system. Apparently there were more images, but Odin had not time to actually study any of them before the area around them collapsed, the three non humans narrowly escaping a grim fate. Well, Odin would have been fine, just extremely inconvenienced, but the other two would have surely died from the impact. The chief then took over in directions, taking them further through the caves until eventually they escaped and Odin saw sunlight once again. Apparently they were at the base of a gigantic tree, something that looked about as old as the forest itself, and possibly as tall as Odin’s guildhall back in Oak City, and that was one of the tallest structures in Fiore, so this tree was certainly tall. His time enjoying the sunlight faded quickly, as did the actual sun, which was covered by a black mist that was spreading out from some kind of epicentre. Odin’s instinctual plan was to run to the source and destroy it, otherwise he’d never be able to tan, but the chief asked him to follow back to the village, and Odin again couldn’t let him die so had to oblige.

#88Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:04 am

Odin
When they reached the village, it seemed to be in a great deal of turmoil. Many of the houses had been knocked down or destroyed in some way, and a great deal of demi humans were injured. Skeleton warriors roamed around the village grounds, attacking anyone they laid their empty skulls upon. Odin recognised the skeletons the same way he had recognised the skeletal reavers that he had previously fought on his last mission for Hildegard: they had once been under his command. Much, much weaker than the revenants he had fought, two of them alone were worth more than a small army, but able to be summoned en masse without any great tax on one’s magical power. They operated as a swarm, following their master but hell bent on devouring anything and everything in sight. They included houses and, as Odin looked on in disgust, people. Some of the skeletons were ripping the flesh from the demi human tribe, tearing them apart because they had no real way to defend themselves. If Odin didn’t do anything, and fast, it could be a complete slaughter. While his focus was ending the source, he still needed a village to be standing when he finished.

#89Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:05 am

Odin
He needed to start saving people, something he hadn’t done in quite a while, but it only required him to destroy the skeletons, and that was something he definitely could do without much in the way of trouble. He had to do this quickly and find out who was mocking him. He assumed it was the same person as last time: whoever had summoned the reavers and released the Black Plague like poison into the nearby forest under Hildegard’s regime. If that was true, then it meant that person whoever they were was following the Lich, making everything here his responsibility to sort out. Not like he was going to leave it alone anyway, he needed to figured out who was doing this so he could fine them. And, once he found them, Odin had plans to enact something gruesome and brutal onto their person. They would scream in agony once the Lich was able to wrap his skeletal fingers around his neck. No one was allowed to mock the Lich in the way this being had been, and it was about time to end them completely. Unfortunately, that would have to come after Odin saved the village and its people.

#90Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:05 am

Odin
If only he had an army of his own again. Fighting fire with fire would be much more effective than Odin simply doing it all himself. But, unfortunately, that wasn’t a feasible option, and Odin would have to deal with each and every one of them by himself. That was annoying. What was more annoying was watching the skeletons begin to play with fire. Apparently some of them had been outfitted with basic spells, fire spells to be precise, and that meant they could do a lot more damage than simply hit people until they died or eat them alive, as gruesome as those things were. They were still weak, but now they were setting houses on fire, burning the demi human tribe alive and in general becoming more of a pain for Odin, who had already activated his Greed magic as he began running towards the closest group of skeletons. All he had to do was show these demi humans how weak the skeletons were. With simple attacks they could be taken down, and they were nothing to be afraid of. If anything, the refusal to believe and follow Odin’s orders were what scared them more. That was the right choice.

#91Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:05 am

Odin
And it worked, that was the best part of it. All it took was Odin, albeit with his almost incomparable strength, to kill a few of the skeletons before the demi humans found their footing and began a counterattack. A few of them died in the process but, surely and slowly, they were starting to push back against the skeleton horde. They were recognising their own unique strength as demi humans, using the forest and the trees around them, to take out the skeletons. They were starting to win, and that gave Odin a slight surge of relief. He needed them to win, for Hildegard but, more importantly, for HER in the future. There was so much riding on something as insignificant as an unknown, reclusive village in the middle of nowhere in Stella, purely because of what they represented. It was ridiculous when you thought about, about the importance of something so minor, because of the cascading effect it would have on so many different things, not only for Odin but for Bosco itself. The country was about to change and it would be partly because of what happened here and now, at this little village. And it was starting to win.

#92Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:05 am

Odin
It was in that moment that Odin realised he had lost track of the girl and her father. He had lost the chief because he had been going off and killing random skeletons for a bunch of nobody demi humans. The one person that actually mattered in this entire village and Odin had managed to lose track of him. He silently kicked himself as he began looking around, finding his way to the centre of the village and standing beneath the silver tree once more. For some reason, he felt more of a connection to it that he had before, but he pushed that to one side as he whistled through his bones. Nemesis was close, and perhaps he would be able to hear Odin and respond to its master’s wishes. However, almost seconds after the whistle, another horse appeared in front of the Lich, its head bowed low by way of respect as it seemed to command all of the horse gathered, its nickering sending various equines out to assist the demi humans. Without even uttering a word it took Odin away, out of the village and towards where he assumed the chief would be. He did indeed find him and his daughter, as they were in a seemingly empty shack with hammocks surrounding it.

#93Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:05 am

Odin
The girl, still crying for some reason, was frantically calling for her father to work hard and hurry up with whatever he was doing, as Odin appeared at the door, grunting so that they knew he was nearby. The turned in a panic, relieved when they saw who was there as they went back to what they were doing. Angry at the chieftain for leaving his village in what seemed to be its hour of need, Odin demanded to know what was happening, but he was ignored. A few moments later a shriek of relief echoed throughout the shack, quickly quieted by the chief so they could both avoid detection at the hands of the skeletons. Odin understood that they were likely scared, but that didn’t excuse leaving his entire village, his tribe, to die in agony through the fire of the skeletons, especially when that very tribe were now fighting back and winning. Some of them would still die, but they would win in the end, with or without their chief. The elder raised a hand to quiet Odin, as well as to stop his daughter from striking the Lich for his words, prompting a chuckle from the Wizard Lord.

#94Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:05 am

Odin
The chief explained that he had no plans to abandon his people. He would fight and, if it came to it, die with them. But he had to help fulfil the prophecy that Odin had described upon the final depiction, and that meant giving him back certain items. With a chuckle Odin realise that, in his haste, he had not even noticed his lack of staff, shield or anything else. He had apparently woken up in some kind of ceremonial garb that he couldn’t make heads nor tails of, without any of his effects actually on his person. For a brief moment, Odin wondered if he had been drugged and robbed, but conventional drugs didn’t work on him, and he doubted these demi humans, who lived in hammocks tied between trees, had anything more than simple medication. That more likely meant that something had occurred, but Odin had no time or desire to find out at the moment. He looked down at his equipment, which had served him well many times in the past, about to face what could very possibly be their toughest challenge yet. Tougher than Shichiro Uchida and anything the Rune Knights could throw at the Lich without a doubt.

#95Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:06 am

Odin
In his head, Odin imagined the scene as being much more intense than what he was actually doing. He was gearing up for a final mission, checking the equipment he wore before actually equipping it. He knew this would be a difficult one, unsure exactly what it was he was about to face but knowing that he would likely need to employ every dirty trick in the book to do so. Luckily, that was something Odin was very much adept at. He was a Wizard Lord, the greatest dark mage to ever live in Fiore. Whatever was about to be thrown at him, he would easily be able to defeat it. After all, it was only using Odin’s old abilities. He knew everything it would be able to throw at him and, at the end of the day, there was a reason Odin had discarded those powers in the first place. Each time he had gained something new, it had been an upgrade of whatever had come before. This was no different, and both Morrigan’s Staff and Yata no Kagami were ready for anything. They weren’t relics of history for nothing, and both could definitely pack a punch if the time came for it.

#96Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:06 am

Odin
The skeletons could do nothing to Odin for as long as he had Greed magic activated and, as he prepared to ride out into battle, he ensured the magic would protect him from any and all foes he was about to face. Nothing would be able to stop him. He had access to any magic and the ability to alter those copied spells. That alone made him stronger than any other mage who currently existed, and likely any who would exist for centuries to come. There was a reason he had been chosen as HER champion, he was stronger than any other cultist, stronger than the Bishops themselves, and better suited to lead the cult to their true objective. To many of the Bishops were focused on amassing their own power, staying hidden so that they would never be found and would be content to squander the gifts that they had received from HER. Odin would purge them from existence, and give the new Midnight Cult a true leader, and an even truer goal. But first, he had to stop a skeleton invasion from destroying Stella because a small half elf who happened to be in line for the throne of Bosco had asked him to draw a map.

#97Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:06 am

Odin
It was certainly comical, but Odin thought nothing more of it as he rode out on the black stallion once more, trampling all the skeletons that he passed by and marvelling at the speed at which the demi humans were beginning to take back their own lands. They were clearly stronger than Odin, or perhaps even themselves, had given them credit for. As he rode past, shield strapped to his back and staff gripped firmly in his right hand, he heard a chant begin to erupt from the demi humans. Just a single word, but one Odin had never heard before. Arko! Arko! Arko! It made little to no sense to the Wizard Lord but, due to where he was going and how he had helped rout the skeleton horde, he felt that he knew the true meaning of it. Even if he didn’t understand why they were chanting it, he knew what they were trying to say: Hero. He was their hero, their saviour, and he was to be the one destined to put an end to the black mist that had been tormenting him for some time. He was going to kill whatever demon plagued him, and save the village in their hour of need.

#98Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:06 am

Odin
Dismounting the equine creature, who nickered reluctantly at the Lich’s decision, Odin went on alone as he reached the black mass’ source. The depiction had shown only Odin, and to betray what was written would be folly. The horse had been good to him, in ways he would never understand, and so it deserved to make it out of this. Odin would press on and reach the centre, pausing as he saw who was standing there. Perhaps not a skeletal creature, but a being taller than many could ever be, more imposing even with its hunched back and maniacal smile that made even Odin’s look friendly. Ryuk, God of Death. A being Odin had once called ally but had banished after giving up his magic. He had been hunting the Lich ever since, only recently gaining physical form once more after his banishment, and using the old powers of the Lich that he still had access to due to their previous connection, looking to get Odin’s attention and, most importantly, get his own revenge. Apparently one did not simply banish a god of death, and it was infinitely harder for said god to ever punish you if you were incapable of dying.

#99Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:07 am

Odin
The Shinigami, as he had always preferred being referred to as, wasted no time with words as he sent out a torrent of poison magic towards Odin, the Lich simply swatting it away with his shield. Then came the Black Plague which, again, was nothing in the face of the Wizard Lord. After all, he had upgraded every time he had changed. His old powers could do nothing to him, and Ryuk was starting to understand its folly. It had become overconfident in its copying of Odin’s powers, using its ability as a Shinigami to gain an advantage and spread fear throughout the demi humans village, and Hildegard’s sworn protectors. It had done all of this to get to Odin and, now that they were face to face, it was regretting its decision. In a last ditch effort, while the Wizard Lord laughed at his superiority, Ryuk summoned a swarm of skeletons to surround and devour Odin. Once again he used an old ability of Odin’s, and once again it was all for naught. Aiming his staff directly at the Shinigami, Odin fired off one magical bullet, using Morrigan’s ability to change the arcane bullet into Light magic. It pierced through the horde, and destroyed Ryuk instantly.

#100Odin 

Embracing Nature [Support: Hildegard the Beastmaster] - Page 4 Empty Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:07 am

Odin
Odin knew the Shinigami wasn’t dead, it was impossible to truly kill a God, but Odin had severely weakened him and it was likely he would never try anything as stupid as trying to get to the Lich ever again. He had failed in his mission, and the black mist subsided, sun beams piercing through and drowning Odin in light. Walking back to the horse, he rode back to the village, greeted with showers of praise and gifts. The chief and his daughter smiled with a pride that Odin would never really understand as they spoke with him, agreeing to map out the area and assist Hildegard in her quest for the Bosco throne. Whatever Odin wished of them, they would assist him as much as they could, as supporting the half elf was the simplest request after what he had done for them. And then, weeks after he had first left, Odin returned to the makeshift shack he had called home, having never run out of Mana, or losing to his foe. His destiny had been changed, and he had won. Perhaps Arko would never again see the light of day again, but his impact on the world had changed the Bula forever and, perhaps even, Odin Morningstar himself.

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