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    Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

    Post by Aradia Megido on Sun Dec 15, 2013 7:08 pm

    Time: Midnight
    Date: December 15th, 2013




    The snow was beautiful and cold, slowly floating down surrealistically every passing second. The moon was up, its bluish light illuminating the silver silhouettes of the group against the moss-covered cave. If only were the group just as majestic. Although, this trollian girl thought she was plenty elegant though really, cute was more her style. But what did she know? She wasn't Kanaya Maryam, nor was she anything too special. Either way, Aradia Megido stepped aside to make room for the Prinnies following her into the empty cave of which her roommate Overlord Laharl had asked her to wait for him and the rest of the ragtag group he had so carefully gathered.

    Giving a wry smile, she only wished him good luck. Did he really need it though? There were already tons of people on his side regarding this activity though the ram troll could only question the legality of the matter, not that it necessarily mattered in the first place. Today they were going to find the Netherworld, take it back and make it Laharl's. Of course, basically everyone was welcome to stay though. What could be better than staying in a literal hell at the right hand side of a demon lord who was more pure-hearted than he seemed at his first impression? Maybe a lot of things, actually, but right now, Aradia was willing to disregard such and go on.


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    Re: Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

    Post by Laharl and Flonne on Mon Dec 16, 2013 3:18 pm

    You didn't have to wait long before the Overlord in question arrived. Alongside him was the Archangel, Flonne. It was amazing how he seemed like such a more present figure due to his boasting and arrogance, but when it came down to it you could pretty much get him to do anything using Flonne. She was the one that he would usually agree to the requests or demands of. Why else do you think he holed up in one room of the Hive night by night with her and just watch movies he thought were utter shit? Oh, and normal TV. That wasn't bad.

    "Hey, Flonne! It was this cave, right?" Laharl asked. It's not like he should have been the one that knew or anything, having been the one that had organised this entire thing. He'd even gone, found everyone, and told them to shift their asses so that they could come and find it with him. "This is the one! I recognise the rock on the outside!" Flonne spoke happily, staring at a lone rock on the outside that had made an impression on her. Laharl and Flonne landed by the entrance, Flonne taking the lead as they headed inside.

    The cave was dark, but not that dark. It was still easy enough to see when you were in the entrance, but otherwise they'd need a light source. Good job Laharl could create fire with his hands, and all. "Where is everybody?" The Overlord of the Hour(pun intended) asked impatiently. He looked inside the cave, which was relatively huge on the outside but quickly got smaller on the inside. It was odd, y'know. There were multiple indentations, as if some weird ship or something had recently lifted off from this cave. Eh, no ship would be in a cave like this. Must just be your imagination.

    Still, all the same, Laharl had given everyone a Prinny to guide them here. They were taking their time, but they'd get here soon enough, right...?
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    Re: Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

    Post by Crowley on Tue Dec 17, 2013 2:06 am

    What the bloody hell is a Prinny, and why did they look like penguins? For that matter, what was one doing in his room, and how the pearly gates had Laharl figured out where he lived, since he'd departed the Inn several days ago? All of these questions had been circling in his head along with the almost irresistible desire to set the penguin on fire to see how it would react. They continued burning there while the Prinny led him where it would, and they had ended up outside of some godforsaken cave in the snow. This had better be entertaining, or there would be hell to pay for wasting his time, no matter what Laharl had said.

    The loud voice from inside prompted Crowley with the information that this was indeed the correct cave, and he gave a fiendish smile as he gave in to temptation. He set his hand on fire and it glittered with a sickly greenish light as he waved with the other hand for the Prinny to precede him, and when it showed some reluctance, hurled a ball of the fire dripping from his hand at it. The projectile stayed together remarkably well given the weather, and Crowley followed the Prinny into the cave, chuckling loudly at its even louder complaints as it fled in front of him obediently.

    He walked into the cave, using the greenish light from his hand to guide his careful steps as he followed the general sound of Laharl's voice, ending up in the same smaller chamber. He gave no thought to his surroundings except to extend a predatory grin to the Prinny that was even now cowering behind an outcropping, still complaining, and to greet the others somewhat politely. "What the Pearly Gates is going on, Laharl?"
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    Re: Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

    Post by Bun-Bun on Tue Dec 17, 2013 3:34 am

    It had been awhile since the marshmallow bunny had heard from Laharl. Heck, it had been six months! What had he been doing all this time, man? Remnants of the conversation that lingered within the marshmallow bunny's head had slowly slipped away into the bowels of his mind by the time he got the call. He encountered the most ugliest winged penguin he had ever seen. He couldn't really complain too much though, because it had something fairly if not supremely important to say...

    It is time to reclaim…

    Reclamation had never felt so close to grip as much as it had felt now. And on the holidays, nonetheless! Reclaiming the Netherworld meant the ride back to his realm as well.  ...Was it bad that he was actually looking forward to the sickly sweet mundane scents he would encounter there? He didn't care! He used to enjoy the surface world a little too much compared to his home world but he never knew what he had until he got sucked away into an ugly blue portal to a place just as hectic as Endsville with no access back what so ever.

    Despite the frostbite from the mountains the Bun-Bun and the Prinny had endured, the marshmallow bunny was too restless to care. Like a little cold could ever wear him down! He calmly strolled his way into the cave the penguin had led him to. He was fairly surprised to have found company besides the duo once his eyes had adjusted to the dim lighting and from the sound of the different voices. Laharl's he recognized. The other guy's voice he sort of... recognized. It sounded familiar. Somehow he expected more than this as well and probably it's for the best. The Netherworld is a nasty place from what he had heard. It was probably best not to wander alone.
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    Re: Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

    Post by [ADPT.] Aqua on Tue Dec 17, 2013 8:07 pm

    December had all but grown quiet for a certain bluenette - the noise dying down after the battle of The Black Beast not too long ago in the month of November. Other than the Christmas party she was invited to that was held by a certain ram and fish troll, and the preparations of presents for the kids and other individuals, not much happened in the winter season of this year. Before fate had thrust the Keyblader from her home and into the unknown she would usually enjoy Christmas with none other than the ones she deemed family. With a faint recollection of how she ended up on the Land of Departure or where her family was Aqua just kept close to Terra, Ventus, and Eraqus throughout the duration of her stay which ticked from months to years. Now, after being trapped in the realm of darkness for who knows how long and being forced here into Gamma-X, there was no telling what this Christmas would hold.

    Aqua thought she would have more time to work on presents again for the day, listening to the Christmas music to try and slowly slide back into the swing of things. However, the most unexpected of visits came crashing through the window. Literally. The unexpected clash of a creature's face with hers sent her tumbling to the ground within seconds. After a moment or two in a daze that left her eyes in swirls the bluenette shifted herself up, her elbows being the support, to reveal an all too familiar face.

    A Prinny.

    This particular blue annoyance had wings and a wide blush across its cheeks. Oh, how this woman wished to not see one of those again earlier that day. It held a note within its beak as it simply stared at Aqua in a rather creepy manner as if it had trouble containing itself. Having grabbed the note she had kicked the creature to a nearby corner (not hard enough for it to explode of course) and read the printing of the note.

    Now here she was standing in front of a cave, tolerating the Prinny's constant stream of failed pick-up lines, before re-reading the note once more. "Reclaiming the Netherworld..." she muttered to herself before she felt a tug at her gloved hand noticing the blue penguin holding her hand. Oh, this simply wouldn't do right now. What needed to be done next was simple, and it would save the time of trying to capture everyone's attention. Taking the opportunity the bluenette threw the creature into the cave, hearing its scream, before following in shortly after. Summoning Rainfell the tip of the blade emitted a soft white ball of light to provide as a source of visibility in the darkness. In the distance she could clearly see one or two orange lights and she was sure that the others could see her white ball of light right about now as she neared the group before coming to a stop.
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    Re: Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

    Post by Aradia Megido on Fri Jan 03, 2014 2:45 pm

    It should have been more than obvious to Aradia Megido that the one dynamic duo that she was looking for would arrive after her--pronto! She had understood that he was busy organizing a ragtag group of adventurers to help them seek out what they were looking for: the Netherworld. To be honest, the ram troll didn't really know what one was aside from a vague notion of hell, which never seemed to make itself apparent in Alternian culture--aside as a childish expletive that was scarcely used (not that cursing was frowned upon by trollian society in the first place.

    "Hey, Flonne! It was this cave, right?" The voice could belong to no other but Laharl, the Overlord.

    In response was a chipper voice that could only belong to his archangel sidekick, Flonne: "This is the one! I recognise the rock on the outside!"

    Aradia cocked her head to the side when she looked at the two, almost cloaked by the shadows in the cave. As a troll, she could function--therefore, see--better than most within the night. She didn't need any light. The Prinnies, of course, stood attentively beside her as soon as their superior arrived at the entrance. The reincarnated sinners stood put as Aradia listened to the archangel cheerfully chat about the one rock that had made an impression on her. The ram troll waved politely at them; waiting for the others to come forth as well, as tonight was going to be an exciting search for the Netherworld Laharl had sought for a very long time, even way before she came.

    She sighed in boredom as she tapped her little feet, waiting for the others to arrive. With all honesty, sometimes even Aradia could be just as impatient as her brash roommate. Nonetheless though, she put on a polite smile and greeted the two, "hell0 guys i think the 0ther pe0ple will c0me pretty s00n! 0h i think i see cr0wley c0ming right ab0ut n0w" The cave was as smaller than it looked, having the appearance that it'd be only as big as a master bedroom in some fancy dancy mansion or something. She also found some strange indentions, as if this were a thing to store some kind of weird spaceship, whichever meets your preference, but for now, maybe it was best to try and ignore that.

    Seeing greenish light illuminating the darkness, Crowley came into full view, nearly surprising her. Aradia, to be honest, didn't know the full details of who was coming and who was not. That never seemed to worry her one bit. After all, she was just one bored adolescent girl when it came down to it looking for some amusement, and maybe a little adventure down to Hell would do the trick, eh? But she had to keep in mind that there was more than plenty of people who would be coming here would only be interested in the reclamation of the underworld, unlike her.

    Maybe Bun-Bun would count. Oh, the Aries troll wasn't too sure of that. Why on Earth would he come? Was the Netherworld some kind of Candyland or what? She didn't know. As mentioned before, she only had the slightest idea of what hell could possibly be like. Maybe it was the Netherworld; maybe it was Candyland. Or maybe it was the Netherworld conquered by candy people or vice versa. Either way, the place would be just as fiendish as it was thought up to be by the various people who had feared it. However, Aradia wasn't one of them.

    Laharl probably put a lot of thought into this; he wasn't dumb in the slightest, but for days, Aradia Megido had been too distracted, too absentminded to notice that he even made invitation notes (she didn't need one since she was his roommate after all). In fact, she was too absentminded to pay much details to the others who had arrived in quite a jiffy. And she had only noticed her dear friend Aqua's arrival once the bluenette had tossed a low-life penguin scumbag into the cave before entering it. The only way Aradia could decipher that it was indeed the female human was that she could see Rainfell's blade emitting a pure white ball of light. Yep, definitely caught her attention right there, but why wasn't the curly horned troll so surprised this time?

    Regardless, she gave a little laugh and asked, "well is every0ne ready?"

    She sure was, now that she was attentive for once.




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    Re: Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

    Post by Laharl and Flonne on Mon Jan 06, 2014 3:26 pm

    (A lot of us have been lazy over Christmas, y'knoooow~ *okay, it's probably just me*)




    "Hi Aradia!" Flonne beamed, hopping into the cave as she extended her wings. Her Archangel wings were huge, and gave off a warm feeling, as well as lighting up the cave a bit. Honestly, being a high-ranking angel had so many perks you wouldn't believe it. You could argue that being a high-ranking demon had similar perks, but all it really meant was that you had to protect the Netherworld and you had to fight a lot to protect your status. It was odd until you remembered that it was the Overlord of the Netherworld, and demons loved violence. Well, except King Krichevskoy, Laharl's dad. He was... eccentric.

    "Everyone's arriving!" Flonne announced, causing Laharl to turn around. Oh, there was Crowley. What was that Prinny so scared of? Hah, what a little knobbly Prinny. Still! Crowley was arriving, and he was first! Odd, Laharl had expected Aqua to arrive first. Eh, specifics! "We're reclaiming the Netherworld! Did you even read the invitation I sent out?" Laharl asked. "There's no way it's not here! I got the Prinnies to check everywhere else, too! Etna's Prinnies and Mao's Prinnies are mine to command, as well!" There were hundreds upon hundreds of Prinnies on Portal Breach. They were good at hiding and were spread out all over the place, which was why it seemed scarce. They never gathered in one place, either, which was... probably for the best.

    And there was Bun-Bun. "Apparently, Prinnies keep disappearing around here. Someone is taking them! They're my servants!" Laharl told no-one in particular. Today, they would find out, anyway! Hell, maybe they were fleeing to the Netherworld so that they didn't have to be Laharl's servants. If that was the truth, then they were just delaying the inevitability of them remaining under his reign for longer. You're here to pay off your sins, not sit around and run away! Dumb Prinnies.

    "Huh, Aqua's last." Laharl noted as she arrived, the light she gave off working as a solid reminder. "Late! Penalty!" He yelled, a cocky grin on his face. "I'll decide what your penalty is later. Now, we move forward!" He looked into the cave, lifting his fist up as it burst into bright red flames. These flames lit the tunnel as he lead the way. As he walked forward, they came to a long tunnel that branched into three separate directions. "Hey, Prinnies. Which way is it?" He asked.

    "I don't know, dood..." One of them replied. Three of them grouped up in front of the party. "We understand... we'll look, dood!" Spinning like ballerinas as they moved, the Prinnies all went into separate entrances, disappearing from sight. From the left tunnel, you heard a scream and a panicked "DOOD" as the Prinny ran back out. "N-NOT THAT WAY, DOOD!"

    From the middle way, you heard a quiet: "Wow, what's this?" You then heard what sounded like rock moving, and you just heard another scream getting quieter and quieter as it went. "DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood..." You weren't seeing that Prinny again. Oh, but you could hear it. The entire cave shook and rumbled as you heard a large explosion, some distance beneath you. Do you need to be told what happened?

    "It's this way, dood!" The Prinny on the right poked its head out. Flonne lead the way this time, as she was furthest right, and as they walked through the tunnel. Where did this tunnel lead? This tunnel lead to a large, circular room. This circular room had no exits, nor entrances, aside from the way you just came.

    "Ooooh, I know! There's something here, but it's hard to find! I'll light it up with my wings, and you can all search! We can be Team Sherlock!" But not in the way that the Prinny back there was.

    "That's an awful name! But, searching sounds like the only way on... I don't trust the Prinnies to do a good job, either" Laharl kept his fist lit as he walked to the wall to the left and looked around it.

    "What, dooooood?" Came the distraught cry.





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    Re: Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

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    Re: Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

    Post by Bun-Bun on Sat Jan 11, 2014 8:12 pm

    Laharl wrote:"Apparently, Prinnies keep disappearing around here. Someone is taking them! They're my servants!"

    Bun-Bun heard this upon walking in, but hey like he wanted any of those prinnies. The marshmallow bunny kept his remarks to himself however, not wanting to stir trouble with him if he was going to help him. Last time he insulted an ally, he got him killed! No-good dirty traitor...

    The last person who walked in was some girl he barely cared to know. Laharl made quite the commotion out of it. Maybe she'll become his little vassal or something. Anyway, Bun-Bun accompanied the others as they were lead by Laharl's self-made light. The group eventually stumbled upon a fork in the path, leading to the prinnies doing the dirty work for them. One prinny got scared senseless, the other prinny blew up, but the last one claimed that it was the last cave all the way on the right. He took his word on it, considering the other two were probably death traps.

    Finally, they approached a dead end. Hm, he expected more than this. He had a doubt, but he dismissed it for now, looking around anyway and seeing if there was more that met the eye...

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    Re: Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

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    These so called Prinny penguins were particularly gifted in the stupidity department. Not to mention the volume department, as these far off caves in the middle of bleeding nowhere were abruptly filled with screams of panic and wails of distress that the majority of the company did not react to at all. In Crowley's case, they were met with a wince and a fervent wish that they came with a volume slider attached to the voicebox. In their dead-end situation, people began walking around the room, some in confusion and some in a purposeful meander, trying to find the way forward. The angel was at least as loud as some of the Prinnies, but at least she had useful wings.

    Forgoing using his own wings as they would probably do little more than make it darker in the room and blow some Prinnies into walls, Crowley began to prowl around with an eye on the ground, his main hand held out to the side, dripping that vitriolic substance that was somewhere in between fire and sick looking sludge that cast a green glow just barely bright enough for him to see the surfaces he was looking at.

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    Re: Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

    Post by [ADPT.] Aqua on Wed Jan 15, 2014 5:36 pm

    A penalty...?

    As Laharl made his announcement, loud enough for the whole group to hear, she was put in the spotlight for a few short seconds. Thank goodness it was short lived for this little Keyblader didn't like being put on the spot so suddenly. The mixed emotions of shock and surprise were clearly portrayed on her pale complexion, with what little the different sources of light had to offer, being each individual's only way to see Aqua's reaction. Even though this wasn't a surprise coming from the Overlord himself, and his usual bouts of causing a commotion, it had been a rather long day for her; in turn it lead to being easily caught off guard when exhaustion kicked in. However, as his words finally clicked in the depths of her mind, words of a punishment of sorts came to.

    What? Punishment? Oh no...

    Composing herself hastily ocean blue eyes widened a fraction at the proclamation. The child inside of her wanted to exclaim that the statement was a tad unfair considering the task beforehand that she had taken up, but the adult told her to shrug slightly and press on. "I guess I just lost track of the time, working on your Christmas presents and all. I'm sorry about that." she said without an inkling of what consequences were to come out of this quest. It was useless to perform any signs of protests or sigh in disappointment for herself, so the best thing to do was to press on. Suddenly, shrieking and screaming echoed loudly through the hard walls of the cave causing a hushed gasp to escape Aqua's lips as the Prinnies were stripped away and to their demise.

    It was all so sudden and the bluenette did feel sorry for them. However, what had happened needed to be accepted. Pressing forward down her own path as the others separated from their own Aqua hoped to find anything to help the group out in their quest for clues. If the Prinnies were being taken at random then there was something wrong for certain. Considering the amount of those little creatures here, if Laharl had noticed, then quite the number was stolen from under his nose.
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    Re: Prelude to the Subterranean Conquest

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    "Next time we go out, you have to buy us everything! And we'll go to a fancy café!" Laharl added, staring at Aqua. He wasn't an ass, he was just trying to get a free meal out of you. Actually, forget that first bit. He WAS an ass, AND was trying to get a free meal out of you. Still, he probably wouldn't even LIKE that much. It'd probably just be best to go along with it. Unless you wanted a huge argument over TEA to happen. Which inevitably would, if you DID choose to argue. You knew Laharl, Aqua~!

    Bun-Bun and Crowley struck gold, too; Bun-Bun found an odd switch in the wall. "Oooh, a switch! Well found, Bun-Bun! Now... nothing ever progresses in games if you don't press these~!" Flonne rushed over, and shot her finger forward, smashing the button and pressing it. Good job, Flonne. Good job. With that button pressed, an entrance opened in the front, with a hallway leading to an incredibly visible room even from where you were, that had a shining circle on the floor that was left unguarded. Not very well hidden, you assumed? Well, it was well-guarded.

    "There's an energy field around it. Touch it and you'll get vapourised, huh...?" Laharl mused. "That should be no problem for the power of the Overlord!" Of course, however, his thunder was stolen. Crowley found the right switch, pressing it by accident. "What the hell?! It faded? Huh... you had a switch there, too? I guess that disabled it. They probably put two in here so that people would find one and think it either did nothing, or that they'd finished already, and then either left or got destroyed." Weren't expecting FLONNE, though, were you?And a party of six! That's bigger than a Final Fantasy Party, but smaller than your typical ten-man Disgaea party. But, away!

    "Haaah-hahahahahaha! That portal... it took months of searching to find that thing! I had to search the whole Breach." In case you couldn't tell, there was little magical energy here, despite the portal. It would've naturally been very hard to locate by using magical energy alone. What an odd portal, huh...?

    "Let's go!" Strolling into the lead, Laharl leapt into the portal. So reckless, eh? Flonne smiled at everyone, leaping in too. The Prinnies followed suit. Even YOUR Prinnies. They were the only Prinnies, after all.

    Well? Would you follow?




    Two hits, huh? Good job. That was... exactly how many I needed, actually. Anyway! Post one last time, and I'll make a new thread!

    On a side note, PACING IS NOW IN EFFECT. YOU HAVE THREE DAYS TO REPLY, OR YOU WILL BE SKIPPED. You don't necessarily receive anything FOR being skipped, unless it's a battle, in which case a possible extra slap to the face. So, essentially...

    PACING (ACTIVE): THREE DAYS
    STRIKES: INACTIVE

    I SKIPPED ARADIA'S POST BECAUSE I'M AN IDIOT AND FORGOT THE ORDER A MINUTE AFTER I WROTE IT. Due to my cock up, Aradia will now come RIGHT AFTER Laharl/Flonne. This means the order is:

    Laharl/Flonne
    Aradia
    Bun-Bun
    Crowley
    Aqua

      Current date/time is Wed Sep 20, 2017 8:42 am