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In the world we call Aerth only one man has successfully predicted the future, at the time it meant nothing but when the skies fell. The words suddenly held humongous weight.
When The skies fall, a lizard king will conquer all.
Angels from the sky will need the help of those below,
Or darkness will consume all we know.
Our story however begins three months after the islands fell from the sky. It was pure coincidence for the six to meet inside Dunwel... two humans, a hobgoblin, a elf as well as a dwarf, last but not least, a beastkin bird.
(on a mission from the king!)
These six for whatever personal reason they may have, succeeded in reaching the fallen island of Chlokoka.
The Elf Ayda and her flying broom being a crucial component of the plan, she planted the warp stone that allowed the rest to appear via teleportation. (She even had mana to spare!)
Agnis, Azal, Farr, Gruntus and Udgirr arrive in the beautiful (and deadly) Forrest of chlokoka, with only minor problems such as small headaches or slightly upset stomachs. Foreign flora as well as odd noises can be noticed all throughout the new location marked on the map of Barrak. One would need to take a moment to fully appreciate it, but it would seem this moment isn’t it.
Weglas eedit, the tree elf who hired this motley crew of randoms appeared last and was quick to complain. “Urghhh, can never get used to warp stones... ok people”
the thin face grunted at the end as he dusted himself off and looked around in a curious manner.
“Protect me as we move forward. We must not alert the savages who live here” his condescending elvish tone was somewhat called for, the indigenous skyracers may decide this party is intruding.
While weglas hired the team for what he called a expedition. Two in the party had a idea of the tree elf’s motives.
Farr had orders to document anything of importance on the sky Island, but the only thing he could worry about was the constant subtle noise of rustling. As if something is moving about the treetops...
Scanning the branches and leaves trying to spot whatever was giving him the creeps.
“Something is watching us” he stated bluntly resting his hand on a dagger by his side.
Weglas responded quickly “well I have all you to remedy that now don’t i” he also drew a small dagger in false confidence.
The light of the warp stone made it easier to see their immediate location but harder to spot things that hide in the shadows that are cast.
“Should we keep on moving or make sure the stone is safe left here?” Farr stated to all about as he glanced carefully.
Being a bit close to the edge, the light of that stone should remind them in the direction to head. To or from that.
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