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the west
    The west is the most peaceful region. With fertile lands it is widely known as the bread basket of the continent, it is responsible for mainly 75% of the continents food.

    The west is also known for it's beautiful landscapes which attract many artists and craftsmen to settle down here.
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Near the enchanted river of the west region, the lady of the province stood up from her meditation. The lady opened her eyes and walked herself to the patio of her humble abode. She closed her eyes and tried to sense if there was anything odd about her land. She chanted a charm in case there was one. She sat on her knees, opened her eyes and saw the sun slowly rising.
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Vaidhurya Diva Crowe, first of her name, scoured the region in her caravan along with followers the the Goddess's Religion, backed by bodyguards, of course. They had traveled for miles and finally, the high priestess halted them before a grand river.

She was alone now, sauntering off from her crew, she stood just by the side of the river and knelt before it. Vaidhurya's hands reached down and gently patted against the surface. It was pure, she commented, peaceful. The lass hugged herself tightly and glanced just over her shoulder.
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The grand river was a source of life in the West. It was calm, beautiful, and pure. Some say the river was enhanced by mana to always remain clean and bountiful. It had saved many lives throughout droughts and famine, never once running dry throughout the history of years. As the sun drew closer towards the lower horizon, the painted sky reflected warm, ripping colours in the running water. Where the high priestess knelt, a strange man drew close towards the river.

"Ah, if we could pass-" He asked, his smooth voice muffled by the keffiyeh drawn over his shadowed face. He carried a bag over his shoulder, an empty bottle, and what seemed to be a child close to his chest.

"Sir, you must use another route to the river."

"Please.. The next path is another journey down. We've been traveling for days.. and this child needs water." The child was dressed in similar fashion as the man, covered in a cloth that resembled the attire of the Southern deserts.

"I'm afraid I must still ask you to use another path."
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She had heard her guardsman arguing with a bypasser. She had easily escorted herself away from the river side, and gently smiled toward the wanderer and the child. Her gaze turned to the men sharply. "We will not deny a child." Vaidhurya barked, "Any child for that matter." The men stiffed and stepped aside, allowing for passage for the young wander and the child in his arms.

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The man fell silent, his quiet breath drawing close to a sigh. His hooded gaze fell down on the child held close to him, her platinum locks of hair slipping past her keffiyeh. "Sorry, seems like I'll be breaking our promise.." His hushed words fell short as his eyes flickered to an approaching figure.

"We will not deny a child." She said, her words spoken with a gentle, yet deeming voice. It was apparent that she played a role with much importance, as the men moved without hesitance.

The man stared at the lucid lady, before bowing his head in appreciation. "Thank you." As he rose his head, the cloth drew away from his shadowed eyes. They were a clear jade, calm and tempered as he made his way down towards the river. Quickly filling the bottle with water, he gently tugged the cloth from the girls face and tipped the bottle to her lips. "Drink." He said, his brows grimaced with worry.
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Her warm smile curtsied her prettily thin lips as she, too, backed away for the wanderer to pass. She stood by her guards who had their swords drawn still. She signaled them to lower them, a simple gesture of the hand against the air, before turning and following the young man.

"She will be alright." Vaidhurya assured quickly, resting a gentle grin and leaning beside the man.


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Though at first unresponsive, the child drank the water and sighed. Her pretty features relaxed, as she fell back into a peaceful slumber. Brushing away the strands of hair from her face, the young man sighed relief. He took off his keffiyeh, using it to cushion the girls head on his thigh as he sat cross legged. He smiled down at the girl, his pale eyes softened with earnest care. Despite his tired and wary state, the young man's features were divine.

"Yes," he replied, returning the foreign lady's grin. The man was young, and seemingly younger than he actually was. Leaning forward, he dipped his hands in the river and splashed water on his face. The girl groaned as droplets fell over her, but relaxed as it cooled her skin. Pulling a hand through his copper hair, he smoothed out his clothes and turned to the lady at his side. "Again, thank you for calling off those men." If it weren't for the lady, a troublesome situation would have occurred, and it would taken awhile for the girl to forgive the man.
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"You are welcome." Vaidhurya said lightly, admiring the man's divinity from afar. It was strange to find people of divine features nowadays. There weren't a lot of them anymore and she sighed, knowing this fact.

She smiled gently before waltzing away and returning momentarily with some fruit in her hands. "Here, take this." The lass replied and shook her head, signalling that she would not take no for an answer. "You have a long journey ahead."


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The young man smiled at the lady as she left, yet his eyes gleamed like the surface of cold jade. Gazing at the grand river, his expression hollowed into empty thoughts and recollections. He remembered the river dyed deep red, the stench of flesh and blood, and the corpses drifting in the water. It had been two years since he had stepped foot in the west. Two years since his disappearance. In his lap, the child groaned, her expression twisted and in cold sweat. Glancing down at her, the lad frowned and placed his cold hand over her shut eyes. "You're fine," he hushed, soothing her from whatever images haunted her in her sleep.

When the lass returned, the young man blinked up at her and laughed. "As expected of a high priestess. You're too kind." Standing with the child wrapped in his arms, he accepted the fruits. "Is there any way to repay your generosity?"
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She shook her head firmly, a warm smile caressing her lips. "I want you to survive." She says gently. "You living is repaying me enough." It had almost sounded like a faint flirt exited Vaidhurya's lips, but as did most of her words. They were smooth, gentle, and somewhat sly.

Musing, she turned her attention away from the duo and too her guardsman who approached them. He held his own tough features, not as delicate as the young priestess. "Vaid, we must leave soon. We will be late for the party." At her nickname, she smiled toward him and nodded her head slowly.

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Laughter spilled from the young man's smile, as he raised the fruit to his lips. "Lucky for you, I have a knack for surviving." Sinking his teeth into its sweet skin, he approached the fair lady. "A token of gratitude, then." He said, placing a small silver coin in her palm. "It isn't worth anything, but a favor." On the surface of the coin was the lost crest of Vales, the fallen empire of old. The coin meant trash to a man unfamiliar of the foreign engravings. However to those who recognized its worth, it was known as a Blood Script. It was said to hold a bonding power of sorts, activated of blood is smeared onto its surface. However lost centuries have diminished knowledge of what power it held.
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Posted 6/11/16 , edited 6/11/16
After a day of travel
*Simon was inside the headquarters of the adventurer's guild. Speaking with Aislyn Fiore. He kept insisting to her that Prince Malik needed all the information they had on Slane Simmons because of a crime he had committed. But she kept refusing due to the rumors of this crime was actually just a dramatic play. He told her; "If I don't get it from you, then I'll just have to bother every member that entered and exited through those doors." Aislyn pouted, she was only giving Slane enough time to get to where he was headed.*

*As members of the guild entered and exited, Simon kept asking for information on his current mission. One after the other, they answered the same; "I don't know'. After hours, one member of black skin tone, wearing a hoodie that covered the back and sides of his head and had a composite bow in the sheath part of the quiver on his back and a huge number of arrows. The man also wore archery gloves that had tiny mana symbols stitched into them. Simon stopped him as he tried to exit.*

Hello good sir, my name is Simon. I need information on Slane Simmons. He committed a violent crime on Prince Malik and he must be brought to justice.

*The man looked at Simon with a cautious look.*

Info on Simmons, huh. What's it worth to you?


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Her settling smile was warm as she took the strange talisman. Her grin adjusted and eventually lost itself as the girl came to recognition with the coin.

Simply, instead of speaking further with the young man, she nodded. "I'll keep it safe." She promised. Vaidhurya allowed for Barny to assist her up the small hill at the edge of the riverbank. He lead her to her carriage and she got in, sat back, and eyes watched over the young man and the small child.

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There was constant running, scampering feet against the ground, and the young lady's guardsmen protected her securely-- until it down to the three of them. One young miss, and two bulky guards, it was. Until the guards were shot deadly through the skull almost simultaneously. Their bodies slumped and the young maiden fell with them.

"Lady Vaidhurya." A gruesome voice spoke. "There's been rumors about you. Rumors I highly believe. Someone saw you flying down in the South." The man fired his gun again and shot her right in the arm as she was helping herself up. She fell back down and as the man stepped closer, he put his foot to her back.

"An angel, they called you."

"You're stupid to believe such a thing." Vaidhurya had replied underneath her struggling.
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