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Post by The Lord Regent on Sat Aug 27, 2016 2:06 pm

Phineas a Sorcerer of the arcane fellowship, and a spirit mage snuck into one of the city's graveyard with a shovel under cover of fog and darkness, to exhume some limbs for a joint research project he was to work on with a necromancer of his lodge, on the effects of spirit to body magic on the undead
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Re: A grave night

Post by KiloSasha on Sat Aug 27, 2016 6:02 pm

The graveyard was silent, save for the occasional groaning of the wrought iron gate that guarded the entrance. Lamp posts on either side of this cast eerie yellow light along the ground, causing shadows to dance between the gravestones. Countless missing person and pet posters clung to the gate and lamps.
White eyes shone just beside the ancient crumbling stone building that once clearly was a church, locked on the stranger that foolishly stepped foot in this graveyard. The creature crept behind gravestones, silently circling the man.

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Re: A grave night

Post by The Lord Regent on Sat Aug 27, 2016 6:09 pm

Phineas found an older grave, ad started digging unaware he was being watched, he quietly whistled to himself
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Re: A grave night

Post by KiloSasha on Sat Aug 27, 2016 10:40 pm

(All I can picture is Phineas from Phineas and Feb.)
The creature made its way warily towards him, sniffing the air once the wind picked up somewhat. Saliva dripped from her open mouth; it had been a few days since a large meal had found its way to her territory. The occasional rat isnt good enough to sustain her. Phineas might hear the growl that emanated deep from the creature's chest, before she struck out and sank her teeth into his leg. From the limited light offered, her pelt appeared like a slice of the night sky, her eyes two glowing moons. She was tiny, but her legs were long and slender, tipped with claws; and once she breaks his skin with her teeth, the venom will kick in to paralyse her prey.

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Re: A grave night

Post by The Lord Regent on Sat Aug 27, 2016 10:43 pm

(Is it cool if i have them paralyze each other, and spend the next hour or so staring at eachother awkwardly?)
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Re: A grave night

Post by KiloSasha on Sat Aug 27, 2016 10:45 pm

(XD sure)

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Re: A grave night

Post by The Lord Regent on Sat Aug 27, 2016 10:54 pm

"Gah! grim stray!" The mage shouted and blasted her with a blast of spirit magic that would cause her body to seize up and hold immobile until he let her go, before her bight caused him to drop as well, both of them fell into the hole he was digging, her on top of him, and awkwardly facing eachother
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Re: A grave night

Post by The Lord Regent on Sun Aug 28, 2016 1:53 am

(want to hear her thoughts on this btw)
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Re: A grave night

Post by KiloSasha on Sun Aug 28, 2016 8:10 am

Kari had let go, and let out a high pitched whimper at the shot of magic. Her muscles seized and cramped painfully almost immediately, and she tumbled into the grave with a few more soft whimpers. It took her a moment to realise she had landed atop of the stranger, and glared at him with thinly veiled loathing. Her skin itched where it was in contact with him. It was probably the longest she had touched someone in a few years, and she despised every moment of it. A low growl rumbled from within her chest.

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Re: A grave night

Post by The Lord Regent on Sun Aug 28, 2016 9:00 am

The situation was pretty awkward for Finn as well trapped paralysed underneath the grim stray making uncomfortable eye contract with the hungry animal before their paralysis started to wear off just a bit, and he could speak he asked the hungry looking creature" you're a grim stray right, you look hungry can I buy you some meat Instead of fighting? "
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Post by KiloSasha on Sun Aug 28, 2016 10:52 am

Kari glared at him the entire time of their paralysis, growling occasionally and breathing hot hair in his face. She wasn't the nicest smelling; not having access to a bath or shower will do that to you. Her fur was matted with blood, filth and various other substances whose origin was unknown. Her muscles were stiff, even when the paralysis was wearing off, and so she got up slow and carefully. After a few failed attempts of trying to jump out of the hole, she finally managed it, and shook herself off from the dirt that covered her. Not that it helped much.

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Re: A grave night

Post by The Lord Regent on Sun Aug 28, 2016 10:57 am

"Because if you need food and a shower i'm happy to help" The mage managed  to say as he stiffly climbed out of the hole as well
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Post by KiloSasha on Sun Aug 28, 2016 11:07 am

Kari responded with an ungrateful growl, before trotting off. She didn't want to risk the previous situation of their both being paralyzed to repeat itself. She wasn't used to this happening; usually those who wander in the graveyard have very little methods of defense they can use. She'd just find some mice or something, even if they didn't fill her up.

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Post by The Lord Regent on Sun Aug 28, 2016 11:13 am

Phineas left but soon returned to the graveyard with a few pounds of raw meat for her. He felt pity for the creature and set it down for her
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Post by KiloSasha on Sun Aug 28, 2016 11:23 am

Kari watched his return, the scent of the raw meat permeating her nose, and making her mouth water. She approached warily, keeping her gaze locked on the stranger to make sure he wasn't going to pull anymore tricks. She soon reached the pile of meat, and gobbled it down greedily. It was probably the best quality food she had eaten in a long time, and she licked her lips, sniffing at the ground as if searching for more.

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Re: A grave night

Post by The Lord Regent on Sun Aug 28, 2016 11:35 am

Phineas afterwards started to leave, he's dig up a grave somewhere else
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Post by The Lord Regent on Sun Aug 28, 2016 11:41 am

Phineas left for the night, but in the nights to come often visited the graveyard, and brought food for the creature he pitied and found fascinating
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Re: A grave night

Post by KiloSasha on Sun Aug 28, 2016 11:49 am

Kari awaited every night for his return, partially hidden amidst a collection of crumbling headstones, until he would set the meat down. She had never once shown him her human form; in fact she had stayed in this form since she had arrived. It kept her warm and stealthy; there were little positives to her other form. Due to her almost daily feeding by the man's hand, she was able to leave any children alone that dared each other to enter the graveyard, unless they came too close to her, in which case she would chase them away.

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Post by The Lord Regent on Sun Aug 28, 2016 12:05 pm

After a couple weeks of feeding Kar, Phineas once again headed for the graveyard, unaware he was being followed by a deadly beast, A large wendigo lurking by the graveyard caught his scent and began sneaking in
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Post by KiloSasha on Sun Aug 28, 2016 12:22 pm

Kari was snoozing when Phineas strolled in, but the shifting of wind brought the scent of him, the meat, and... something else. Her ears shot erect, and she raised her head, trying to figure out what else had wondered into her graveyard. It certainly wasn't anything she had ever smelled before, and she didn't like it. She approached the gate carefully, ears flat to her head. A growl emanated from her chest, which probably alert Finn that something was up.

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Post by The Lord Regent on Sun Aug 28, 2016 12:36 pm

Fin turned around to look at the gate as she growled by now he knew she didn't growl that way at him anymore. unfortunately this left him open for the wendigo to rush him from behind
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Post by KiloSasha on Sun Aug 28, 2016 12:44 pm

Kari let out a mix between a bark and a growl. She met the large creature half way, rushing in to bite at its legs, as it was the highest point she could reach. Even if she didn't manage to get a bite in, she would be sure to distract it to allow Finn time to retaliate.

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Re: A grave night

Post by The Lord Regent on Sun Aug 28, 2016 12:53 pm

the creature let out a snarl as it was bit and dug its claws into Kari's side, though was soon hit by a firebolt from Finn, not a powerful one but wendigos are weak to fire, so it instantly went up and flames, running off screaming. Phineas meanwhile ran to check on Kari
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Post by KiloSasha on Sun Aug 28, 2016 1:15 pm

Kari felt a sharp pain in her side, eliciting a shrill whimper from her. She retreated back to the safety of the shadows, jumping slightly at the creatures screams and pressing her ears flat against her head. Blood seeped from her wound, and dripped to the ground, though appeared black in the dim light. The young grim reaper trembled slightly, and attempted to lick the blood from the cut, but wasn't able to quite reach as it was close to her ribs.

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Re: A grave night

Post by The Lord Regent on Sun Aug 28, 2016 1:20 pm

"Let me help" Phineas said approaching her slowly "I can help you heal up at my place if you'll come with me"
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