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[RP] - - ʜᴀʟғ ʟɪғᴇ
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Calliope's violet eyes lit up at the words. Although she was not a fan of grinding, she loved the feeling of a battle. "Ah! Well then, we should get a move on shouldn't we? Did you get the Quest from Bertha (NPC) yet?" Calliope asks, looking excited. If she saw herself in-game with the new hairstyle, she highly doubted she would recognize herself. Surprisingly Calliope looked older with long hair.

Without realizing it herself, Calliope had indirectly offered to party and grind with her new-found friend.

( We'd just make up monsters and NPCs as we go ohoho )
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Wuliette gave the girl an odd look for a split moment.

"Quest? But the whole point of grinding is mindlessly killing for loot and experience points. Otherwise I would have to think about the quest while grinding and then excess thoughts will become excess and thus I can't have that golden chance of opportunity. But it would be a waste to not party because what if I experience something off? And I'm a defense type so I might not die, but I'm not exactly the best offensive player either. Although I have always believed in the best defense makes for the strongest offense."

After her half second of thought, Wuliette shook her head. "Did you?" she repeated back.
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[ btw im sorry for not logging back onto Skype. Too shit to talk rn ]

Calliope nodded, "Although all she does is ask you to kill slimes and gather their jellies for her." She answered, with a visibly cringe. Collecting the jellies was not a nice feeling. "She asks for fifteen or so," Calliope did not need to check to know that she only had 10 so far. In her previous logins, she had so much trouble USING the bow - let alone aiming - that she barely managed to kill one slime.

It took her nearly all night to get the hang of things which to Misha, was saying a lot: Judging from the fact that Misha was a bright learner, the trickiness of the bow frustrated yet made her feel oddly accomplished. "There's another NPC out in the field though. Want to check that out?" Calliope asks with a grin.
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Wuliette nodded. The task seemed simple enough. And this, Calliope, girl reminded her a bit of her brother. Constantly going out in search for quests to take. Wasn't that more trouble than it was worth though?

Moving towards the field, the girl character stretched her fingers, and warmed up her arms. Although it wasn't a physical task, per say, Mao was a very fit person in the regular, not pixelated, world.

Spotting the NPC, Wuliette pointed towards him. "Is it that one," she asked, her hand still lifted.
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"Ah yes!" Calliope cheered, racing up the hill towards the NPC. They chatted good naturedly and it seemed like any normal human conversation.

"Hey there." The NPC or Benjamin, as he said he was introduced. "You should be careful, Miss. There's a bunch of sneaky foxes up ahead and they have a knack for stealing things."

"Oh really? How so?"
"One of them had just recently stole my travelers bag. It's taking me forever to find it."
Going with the flow, and also falling victim to the sad, puppy look Benjamin was giving Calliope responded: "I'll help you find it if you like."
"Oh really? Thank you so much! I'll be keeping a look out here, so you'd know where to find me."

With that said, Calliope spied a little exclamation mark in the corner of her eye. It was transparent and faded after she noticed it. This was just a quest notification in case the player forgets. Looking around, she realized she had accidentally charged ahead first. "Wullieeee, you coming?" She asks waving her arm down at Wulliette.
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Wuliette had an odd feeling in her stomach. Acid reflex maybe? Although she didn't really care too much about the NPC's bag, as this meant even less, if any, grinding time. She'd prefer the slimes to finding a lost item quests.

Accepting the quest, albeit with some reluctance, Wuliette followed Calliope to the grounds. "I wonder what the foxes will look like," she mumbled.

Pulling out her fans from her small sack, she kept them closed for now as her legs kept moving forwards.
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From the grassy hill-filled plains, Calliope and Wulliette could both easily spy the small lake up ahead. On the further right was a thin forest like area, which was undoubtedly the place where the foxes could be found. Across the lake was a field of green bouncing things. They were rabbit sized and small crowds of players were there battling it out.

"Oh yeah, I forgot to send you a party request." Calliope says suddenly, stopping dead in her tracks. She gave a sheepish smile unsure if Wuliette even wanted to party. "I heard you get 0.1% more exp if you party with a friend. I'll send a friend request." Calliope says slowly, not wanting to sound demanding and rash. She stayed true to her actions; Waving her transparent screen before her, she sent a Friend Request to Wulliette. There was no difference aside from the fact that she could now contact Wullie VIA Internet Social Sites. Of course, this site wasn't for their IRL users but more for their In Game selves.
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Wuliette nodded, accepting both requests with a flick of her finger. The one to be in a party and the one to be friends.

Looking at the forest, Wuliette couldn't stop a bigger smile creeping up on her face. For sure this was her favorite part, although it made her sad that her brother wasn't there to experience it with her.

Taking a quick step forward, she called out a, "Shall we go then?"
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"Sure thing," Calliope grinned. Her large long bow was now in her hands rather than slung behind her back. It's blue runes shown like liquid sapphire in the sunlight. "You sure you can take the foxes though? They're trickier than the slimes." Calliope answered. Although she never fought with one of the foxes, from the obvious differences in HP and Levels, she could only assume that they were harder to kill.

"I guess it's better this way too since we're in a party," She thinks silently to herself.
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The girl gave a soft giggle. "I'll give the question back to you," she answered. Although this was Wuliette's first fight on this game, it wasn't her first fight in general. How hard could it be?

Not wanting to use her primary weapon, Wuliette bit loose the knot on her fans and spread them open. The binds were a dark brown bamboo and the cloth was an eye catching red. Although, since normally she fought with her partner, Wuliette readjusted her methods in her mind.

Standing on the forest's border, the girl wondered if the mobs would auto attack them or not. Not that she would really mind, either way, Wuliette slightly preferred that they would though.
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Unlike Wulliette who seemed to want to wait out for the foxes to take the bait, Calliope entered the forest, with her violet eyes narrowed at a nearby fox trio. They did not seem to have noticed the two girls, and Calliope was very glad for this. She preferred having the first attack.

With the arrow drawn, she whispered a charm in her irl language and let the arrow fly. It struck the foot of one of the foxes - definitely missing the chest where Calliope had aimed. Now that they had sensed her, it was clear to anyone that the fight had begun. To the foxes' surprise, the arrow would had sparked and ignited into a small flame which ate away at the fox's HP.

Calliope grinned. Although she did not have the skills to create fireballs or flaming arrows yet, she could at least cause small fires in places her arrows had landed. They flicked out easily but it did not faze Calliope much. The burn status was enough for her.
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Moving to another side, Wuliette went right in, pulling along fox after fox after fox until she drew up a small crowd. Holding the fan tightly with her hand, she strengthened the bamboo in it and knocked one fox at a time into trees or boulders.

The other foxes leapt onto her and compiled atop Wuliette, covering her entire body until she couldn't move. But the girl smiled and used that chance to rapid grow the bamboo in her fans and pierced stakes through their virtual bodies.

Although the damage she had to take was greater than she was used to, Wuliette smiled. It was better this way.
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While Wulliette was building mountains of fox carcasses, Calliope busied herself by agilely running around and shooting her arrows when she had the chance. There was a casting time for her fireballs to be lit, thus leading her to evade most of the attacks the foxes were trying to land.

If this had been her real life body, Calliope would've had her bleeding limbs removed permanently from her body. Although her dodging skills were fine, she did not go undamaged to the scratches and the bites from some lucky foxes. Still, the smell of burnt fox meat roasted freshly in the forest. She had only stopped and run back to Wulliette after her inventory ( She has a bad habit of looting before aiming at another mob ) was filled with fox felts just waiting to be sold.

"Need any help?" Calliope asks, fitting another arrow on her string. She mentally notes to buy more Mana Potions on her way back to the merchants.
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Wuliette hummed a little tune as she collected her loot from the stack of dead foxes and readjusted her fans. Shutting it, the girl used her teeth once again to rebind it and put it back in her sack.

Reaching her arms up for a stretch, she heard Calliope's voice and turned to see the girl coming over. Wuliette had completely forgotten she was in a party, much less one without her brother.

She shook her head, lifting what looked like a traveler's bag. "I found it, did you find one?" the girl asked. Wuliette was getting the impression that she was being looked down on. Which led the girl to yawn and stretch more.
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Calliope shook her head, although she was discouraged she laughed it off in her reply. "Nope not yet. Unlucky, I guess." Calliope shrugs her shoulders, stretching herself. She did not yawn though which lead to her asking Wulliette if she had was tired.

"You don't have to answer of course. I can assume that it's late in your time zone anyways," That was the weird thing about the game. Day and Night happened on different times in Altelia. Sometimes Misha would log out in the afternoon seeing that it's night time, and log in five minutes later only to see that it's already day time in game.

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