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HARBINGER TO THE PATRIARCH'S DEATH[green] Empty Thu Aug 04, 2022 10:08 am



   Nana burst through the doors of the Eternal Nightmare's guild hall. She had traveled straight back to the guild without rest and her first priority was to announce the grim news to anyone currently at the guild's hall. Some would be away on quests or personal business, but she would make sure it was known. First, without blurting it out- she would quickly go to a nearby table where some stray paper and pen were laying about. To those whom may have been there, could see that Nana was visibly shook and out of sorts as she wrote down everything she could remember.

It was unusual to see the Daemon girl anything but boisterous with an unhealthy kind of energy, or her recluse moments where she would be nearby but nonchalant. No, this was a Nana that no one knew and maybe that would stir others to gather, or even ask if she was okay. Finally with her scribbling done, she would turn away from the table, with her paper in her hand and exclaim to anyone who would listen. "Odin-Sama has been murdered!" she would say as loud as she could. She waved the paper about after her exclamation, seeking someone to look at her notes and hopefully identify the culprit. "Some woman fought Odin-Sama in Hargeon Square and beheaded him!" she would finish her earlier exclamation with explanation. Surely that would garner more attention than a singular sentence, no matter how heavy it had been to say... or what it implied for the future of their guild. Would anyone believe her?


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HARBINGER TO THE PATRIARCH'S DEATH[green] Empty Fri Aug 05, 2022 2:19 pm


"Return to the Kingdom. Tell my grandfather that I will not be returning for a while and to send warriors. We're going to war."

Khalfani was furious. The truth was, she hadn't the capacity to sulk in sadness. She quickly realized that the death of her one true love, her father, meant war. Odin had a lot of enemies but his goals were righteous. Who would have thought that one day he would actually cease to exist. It was heart wrenching. The gods had once again betrayed her. There were only two people in this entire world that she would have destroyed it all for; Khnurn, and Odin Morningstar. If anybody was going to murder the Lord of Nightmare, it would have been her. Unfortunately there were others who possessed the strength to send the Daemon-Nephilim hybrid to the afterlife. The Princess could only hope that the gods would be merciful.

Samira walked alongside her highness as they moved through the streets of Oak city towards the Eternal Nightmare guild hall. Royal guards followed behind them, some sprinkled themselves beside the duo and in front of them. When Khalfani was in town, you knew. She enjoyed her status and she embraced her royal power. The eyes of the citizens stroked her ego. They loved her more than they hated her despite her relations to those the government had deemed rebels or villains. Everyone knew she was Odin's daughter, but she had proven time and time again that she was different. Now though, the Vampire wasn't so sure that she could maintain that reputation anymore. It wasn't like she wanted to anyway.

Her handmaiden and trusted friend cleared her throat. Samira already knew what Khalfani was thinking, but she didn't appreciate it. "Princess...Are you sure you want to get Desierto involved in this? Odin isn't one of us and I'm not sure the Pharaoh would approve. I know that Desierto and Fiore aren't necessarily allies but this could get bad quickly." Khalfani frowned. None of that mattered. None of it. She would risk it all to avenge her father, even if that meant her reputation in Desierto. She was the Princess after all, next in line to assume the throne since Khnurn had proved he didn't want it. "Odin is my father. By extension, he is one of us. So, you're going to go to the Kingdom, rally troops and bring them here. I don't give a fuck what the Pharaoh says, do you understand Samira? I'm not asking for advice." The vampress hissed.

"And if he doesn't allow it-"
"Then FUCKING do it anyway, Samira! Take five men and go. Now." Khalfani boomed. The Desiertan noble clenched her fists and turned towards Samira, filled with a lust for blood that she almost couldn't control. Samira nodded. She wondered how she could do what seemed impossible without betraying the Pharaoh, but her loyalty was to the Princess. Not only was she a direct servant of her, but she was also her friend. In any case, no harm would come to her if Khalfani was adamant on keeping her around. Samira wasted no time and motioned for five men from behind them to follow her.

Finally, the Vampire Princess of Desierto was in front of the guild hall. This building was no longer just a home to Odin's guild, but a Memoir of who he was. It was a symbol of his power and influence. It was too difficult to stare at it for too long, so Khal simply pushed the doors open and walked inside. It was no surprise that when she entered it was business as usual. She didn't expect everyone to know that Odin was murdered yet and she knew the most prominent members were never around yet the fact that they had all been oblivious is what irked her the most. Perhaps she should have been leading Eternal Nightmare, she thought. The grunts turned to Khalfani, already having known that she had changed her appearance, they acknowledged her presence.

As soon as she walked in, the most coincidental thing happened. A Woman had lifted a paper and began shouting about the death of her father and the woman's guild master, Odin Morning star. Khalfani's eyes widened. Her guards remained at the door but she slowly stepped towards the woman. The guild members were caught off-guard, surprised at the woman's name. Her name was Nana Tempest. She was an adventurer and a Daemon. At first the eternal nightmare grunts were quiet. Then, they began whispering amongst each other, some standing as the room slowly began to raise in volume. One man however, didn't seem to believe Nana. "That's insane! You think that's funny? Are you out of your mind?!" The Princess frowned. She knew Nana was telling the truth because one of her crows relayed the same information, minus the person who had done the deed.

"You fools! She isn't lying. Odin was murdered!" The guild members quieted down, most likely absorbing the absurd information they had just received from their fellow guild mate. Khal's fury was evident like she had been consumed by the fires of wrath. The looks on many of their faces made it obvious that they were genuinely confused. "Nana, you said a woman beheaded him in Hargeon Square?" There was no time for formal introductions. When the Desiertan finally reached the woman, she reached out her hand so that Nana could hand her the paper but before Khal could even touch the paper, she had been able to identify the woman...

"That's..." The vampress' golden eyes widened. "Alisa Vollan, the guild master of Blue Pegasus."


HARBINGER TO THE PATRIARCH'S DEATH[green] Empty Sat Aug 06, 2022 4:27 am

Inside a dark room within the tall spiralling tower that was the Guild Hall of the Eternal Nightmare Guild sat a young girl no older then perhaps fifteen or even sixteen years of age. The young girl appeared doll-like in appearance with alabastar white skin that seemed flawless and perfect, almost an illusion. Her hair was black as night and flowed down her back, the front cut in a princess style with light bangs framing her adorable heart-shaped face. The girl's skin was soft, nose small like a button, eyes large and round with lips small and tender. She dressed in a deep silk purple, red and gold robe like dress that was of traditional Joya and Sin fusion. Resting in the girls lap as she sat crossed leg was a giant axe almost twice her size.

The young girl was sat in a cross lessed pose as she breathed in deeply, appearing to be meditiating. The girl was called Yumi, a recent member of the Eternal Nightmare Guild who had joined not that long ago after meeting up with an old friend, Odin who had once been a guild member of Grimoire Heart at the same time as she had. Yumi was better known as the Witch of Carnage a dangerous S class Mage who had terrorised the land for close to one hundred years. She had been known to leave a path of slaughter wherever she end leaving nothing but a trial of bodies in her wake. Blood and destruction was all that Yumi brought to any town or city she came across. Thousands perhaps even hundreds of thousands of bodies had been left in unending slaughter. No one was spared men, women, young or old. Everyone fell beneath her. However since her disappearance over two years ago, people had begun to forgot about her.

The daemon meditiate on life and death, thinking over the two concepts as she attempted to gain enlightenment. However Yumi's meditation was brought to an end as a loud ringing sounded out. Someone was shouting about murder. Yumi tried to ignore it, but the voice only seemed to get louder as if trying to draw attention. Crimson red hues awoke with a shimmering gleam to them as the ruby like gems flickered. The daemon began to rise from her spoke, lifting up the giant axe and throwing it onto her back in order to go see what the noise was. Yumi was annoyed at having been awoken from her deep meditiation as she contemplated the laws of life and death.

Leaving the room that was designated for Yumi's use she approached the elevator and headed down to the main floor where the screaming was coming from. Stepping out of the elevator the daemon spotted a growing crowd as a woman shouted. The crowd blocked Yumi's path but that had never stopped her before. Sneering the daemon struck with a wide backhand hitting a nearby guild member and shoving him out of the way. A powerful burst of murderous intent rushed forth from the tiny woman as it manifested in the shape of a sickening black aura around her. Inside the aura the screams of the dead echoed as the souls of all those Yumi had killed began to appear. The haunting screams sent shivers through the bodies of the weaker guild members as they started backing away to give Yumi room to pass.

Cold crimson red hues that over flowed with bloodlust shimmered as their owned moved through the crowd. Those murderous eyes passed their gaze onto the owner of the screams. However it seemed someone else would break the silence before her. Another woman of darker skin tone. Yumi raised an eyebrow in surprise, Odin has been murdered?

"Hooo what a surprise, I didn't expect the brat to up and die." Yumi said loudly allowing her voice to echo through the chambers. She stepped forward into the middle to greet the others. "We had only just reunited under one banner and he ends up on the chopping block. What a shame, I had hoped to continue a reunion another day." The daemon didn't show a shred of loss nor any signs of acknowlodgement regarding the death of her friend. But that's just how Yumi was, she was unfleeting and often appeared uncaring regarding the issues of her allies and comrades, let alone the death of someone she had known for years.

"I suppose the question begs, who of you has the balls to go retrieve his corpses, especially from the guild master of Blue Pegasus?" Questioned the daemon as she drew her axe and slammed it into the ground, resting herself against the heavy weapon. Crimson hues scanned the guild halls showing a twinkle of amusement within them.

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#4Erebus Gresham 

HARBINGER TO THE PATRIARCH'S DEATH[green] Empty Sat Aug 06, 2022 12:05 pm

Erebus Gresham


There was little to stop Erebus in the Woodsea but the forces proved to be challenging. He made his way back from the portals that had brought forth peculiar new challengers, it was known as the Dark Universe Incursion. Demons and Angels weren’t the only thing to take portals into their dimension it seems, and while he walked down the street, townspeople clung to Erebus begging he rid them of a new monster. However— Erebus was quiet, still and calculating. He sensed something grim, perhaps the War God itself gave Erebus the indication a change in the universe had slipped the majority of our world. Perhaps these invaders weren’t what the War God meant... There was something else.

and yet... Erebus would have to deal with Khalfani the Usurper. But why was it as if he felt hatred seeping out from the West? Why was it that he could no longer feel someone here with them anymore? Nilhatak’s Courpsemourn allowed one to exist between life and death, it granted one the ability to speak to spirits, it even allowed one to commune as if they were the Reaper himself. This energy he felt however, existed between life and death, and this alarming idea in his head— it seemed to be stemming from the aspect of the living. But Odin? He would never be felt again— Erebus couldn’t hear him, and he didn’t know what was goin on. He was a Eudaemon, and Erebus wouldn’t be able to find the realm his energy traversed too— or even if it had simply disappeared entirely.

Just who died... and why did he have a feeling it concerned him.

Erebus was long past due for rest, exhausted and nigh defeated despite coming out victorious, his hood completely hid his identity as the man below. However, Oak City knew all too well who the Ace of Eternal Nightmare was— even if he tried so much as to wear a cowl for concealment. The way his feet barely pounded the ground with each step, soundless— like walking on water itself, it was the country wide opinion that Erebus had become the ultimate rogue in Fiore.

Yet here he was, showing himself all tattered & uncaring of who saw it, the human side of being an adventurer. He made it to the northside exit of town, the Spiral was in the background. He was almost home— finally the ability to lay down was coming.

But Erebus would be unable to sleep... When the news was upon him, he may never rest. The rogue was almost ready to find out... His only friend, or rather, his first real friend was dead. About fifteen minutes from the start of a new era as he walked, Odin had become the martyr. Erebus would lead slaughters in the aftermath of his master’s death. Morrigan’s plan was finally showing itself to the world. There would be no survivors if Erebus were to find out, he would stake more than just his own life to see the world burn, every droplet that made up his essence would be promised. The Nightmares’ were known to pour their hearts into their legends, and Odin was no different. Erebus was a ticking time bomb, a war machine. The time for learning was soon to be reckoned with...

(Erebus is just arriving, he hasn’t arrived to the gates yet, and thus. Has no idea what has happened yet, but he is almost there. Carry on the rotation. The distress will hit him when he fully arrives.)

#5Jin Tatsumi 

HARBINGER TO THE PATRIARCH'S DEATH[green] Empty Sat Aug 06, 2022 1:19 pm

Jin Tatsumi
Jin rode the elevator down from the highest point in the tower. Odin's old room. He had been pouring over some of the man's notes about what direction the guild would be going in and what plans they should do next. The elevator doors opened just as a woman lifted the papers in the air. Nana Tempest. A woman he only knew from what Odin had described. Her next words sunk into the man's mind and ran his throat dry. The leader had appointed him and then had gone off to get himself killed. Stuck down by...

But why? It was so unlike him. Another burst in the door. The daughter, leader of another group but passionate about the grim news just dropped. Jin leaned against a wall, not wanting to get caught in the crossfire of emotions. Odin was dead...it seemed like they had just had their chat. Drink into the night, talking about the guild and life. Could this be another one of the man's plots?

But Khal took the image on the paper. Jin lurched forward to see it but, Khal had already deciphered the murderer. "Alisa," Jin repeated softly and approached to see for himself. It was her alright. No doubt about it.

"I can't imagine there would be anyone else in Hargeon with the power to do it." A long exhale blew from his nostrils as he thought. Time and time again they sent those they deemed as evil to jail. And now they decided to play the role of execution. How convenient. The thought was more and more infuriating as it rolled around in his mind.

Jin looked back toward the Demon Yumi, He was going to give a witty retort but the situation was too heavy for that. "Thanks for bringing the information, Nana."

"And to think. This happens after he spared the lives of those that attacked us here in our home." He stepped back to collect himself. To contemplate what he wanted to do next. His reason for being here was gone. But now he had a reason to lash out against light guilds. Against nobility. If they were murderers too, then where were the lines? He knew what he wanted to say.

"I guess this makes Blue Pegasus our focus for now. If we are to complete Odin's mission. Then they seem to be the biggest road block."


HARBINGER TO THE PATRIARCH'S DEATH[green] Empty Yesterday at 11:09 am



Nana almost made a mistake- an indiscretion that knew knew, would make the late Odin mad at her and whack her on the head. She rarely went out of her own way to do things for anyone, but the guild was her one soft spot. They were all family to her, even if some of them were distant to her or even outright disliked her. Yet despite how she cherished the guild, not everyone agreed, nor were they all gifted or special individuals. Even her family guild had a few dullards. After she had made such an effort and risked her own life to watch Odin's fight to the death and travel across the continent to return the ill tidings to her guild family... Some of them doubted her. Nana was no liar, nor did she often speak. Anyone who knew the young woman, knew that her words were almost always of necessity.

Her character had been tested and she was being called a lair by some mob guild member. She had the paper in one hand, but her free hand had slowly began to inch towards her lower back. This is where she kept her daggers.

If it hadn't been for the intervention of another, Nana would have assuredly made Odin very angry. A tall beautiful woman stepped forward and chastised the idiots. She vindicated Nana and even moved closer to aid Nana in finding the culprit's identity. That and only that, stayed Nana's hand from wholesale murder. She may cherish the guild, but Nana was also slightly unhinged in the mind. It had taken awhile for her sensei- Erebus, to tame her murderous intent.

No sooner had this woman seen the paper, that she recognized the person. This woman was Khalfani- a prominent person and associate to the guild. She was also royalty or something like that. Nana would bend the knee to no one however, no matter how powerful or self-important. A ruler was to be just and compassionate. A Joyan shogun had proven how corrupt a leader could be- ultimately ending Nana's mother's life. Her father had lost his mind in vengeance and was currently imprisoned in Joya.

That was something else entirely however. Nana's mind wandered slightly, but Khalfani's question directed to her snapped her back to the present. The green haired daemon nodded her head somberly, even as she felt a twinge of fear and killing intent wash over the room. She glanced in the direction she had felt it and saw the cause- Yumi. She was another Daemon similar to Nana: the biggest difference being, their strength difference. Nana was basically a cub lion compared to Yumi as a lioness. Even Khalfani- a princess, was far stronger than Nana. The word of Odin's death had caused Nana to be pulled into the center of her guild members and their powerful presences. The current needs of the moment told Nana that she had to remain however and help in whatever way she could.

Personally, Nana didn't like the way Yumi talked about things, especially Odin- as that was a very fresh and tender subject. Nana wouldn't let it show however and she knew... That eventually she too would become callous to the fact. Maybe it had been the witnessing of Odin's death itself that had shook her. or maybe she was just holding her rage back and trying to control herself until the opportunity arrived to unleash her fury.

It was then that another individual appeared and had things to say as well. It was Jin. He thanked her bringing the solemn information and she nodded her head to him- still unsure of what she should say next. Yumi offered the solution however and Nana was secretly ashamed she had left Odin's body and ran away. "I was there and I left his body. I should be the one to go retrieve it... i just fear that my strength alone may be insufficient." she said bluntly, her eyes scanned each one of them preset- wondering who would volunteer to go with her to retrieve the deceased guild master's corpse. Where was her sensei, Erebus though? Nana knew the man quite well, even if he did still hold many mysteries. Odin's death would be like a foundational support crumbling.

WC- 714


HARBINGER TO THE PATRIARCH'S DEATH[green] Empty Yesterday at 12:46 pm


Slowly, members of note in Eternal Nightmare began to trickle down to the main floor where Nana had broken the news. Khalfani was immediately able to identify the culprit; the one who had stolen Odin from here. Truthfully, the Princess felt as though she had been robbed of something sacred. Her beloved father would join the dead and she would be left with his underlings. It just didn't feel right. Alas, her serpents had never failed her before. This wasn't just some hoax created by some stupid kid or someone who hated Lord Morningstar, this was reality. She could feel the chaos caressing her rage, whispering to her despair and yet she somehow remained composed- at least on the surface. The Princess gripped tightly onto her golden staff and began to mentally prepare herself. Odin had taught her a lot when it came to leadership. She had always been a calculative person, but her politics was taught to her by her first love.

It was for that reason that she already decided what she needed to do. Khal felt Jin over her shoulder, but wasn't bothered of course. What bothered her the most was Yumi's response to it all. The Desiertan turned slightly and glared at Yumi. She probably believed herself to be amongst the strongest in the world, but in this room she was nothing. In fact, nobody in this room mattered much to the Princess with the exception of Jin. Sure, they were all extended family, but the Vampress had yet to see how loyal they were to her father. In the days to come, Yumi would prove to be a valued asset, so she held her tongue for now. Nana on the other hand had watched Odin die. Khal turned back towards her after hearing Jin's remarks about Blue Pegasus. Her golden eyes flashed a vibrant red for a second as she gazed into Nana's soul. The Princess hadn't known this woman personally but she was already angry with her. If it weren't for the power of the World which gave her the ability to identify someone's politics, she may have started at war with Eternal Nightmare herself.

The members throughout the guild hall watched the three of them talk, waiting for direction. With Odin gone there was no ruler of Eternal Nightmare, Odin's legion of cultists, or Oak city. The more Khalfani thought about it, the more frustrated she became. Then, to make matters worse, Nana hadn't even picked up the body of her beloved leader. "You left my father's body...beheaded... for all to see?" Khalfani glared into her eyes with a twitch. She took a deep breath. "I can send my serpents to retrieve it and you can pick it up from them in the Outskirts of Oak if that saves time." She began before shifting her body so Jin and Yumi could see. "Jin's right. Blue Pegasus is enemy number one. I'll assist in anyway I can to destroy them but you should all know that they have a pact with Fairy Tail, Noel, and possibly Konyo and Karisa. Then there's the Rune Knights... so if we're going to do this we have to be wise. I'm sure they're already expecting us. In any case, there are a few things that must happen first..." She spoke.

She wasn't Eternal Nightmare's leader, but she was Odin's daughter. Her tone and the way she spoke merely reflected her sense of obligation to him and it was clear that he had taught her most of everything she knew. Khalfani drew strength and wisdom from him. Nothing more, nothing less. "Father needs a proper send off after Nana obtains the body. I'll organize that. In the meantime, you all need to figure out who'll lead this guild." The members of Eternal Nightmare whispered in th background. Perhaps the people in this room would think of her as stuck-up, but really she was just an angry bitch. She had been in Eternal Nightmare when she was younger back when Odin had pitched her as his choice to assume Fiore's throne. The more she thought about honoring him, the more she wanted to aim for that crown again.

"And where the fuck is Erebus?" It was obvious that she was feeling a to of emotions at once. She spoke so quickly, almost as if she had been in a rush. Really, she was just anxious- holding back tears even.

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