Expedition (Mirror Kata Edition)

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Re: Expedition (Mirror Kata Edition)

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Post by Jent » Wed Sep 19, 2018 11:11 pm

Devon checked with whatever other Dragon Knights that wanted to stay on the island for now before he walked up to the port. Slowly, the longship would begin to sound off that it was about to embark. Should be enough time for whoever decided to stay on shore with the Vitrum Flexile device, so they can return back to the ship when needed.

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Re: Expedition (Mirror Kata Edition)

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Post by Swix » Mon Sep 24, 2018 12:52 pm

Mina remained on the ship for now, meditating, listening to the ocean around them. No life here was concerning.

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Post by Game Master » Sun Sep 30, 2018 1:29 pm

Once thirty minutes slipped past by, the longship breached into the icy waters for its next voyage. Everyone on deck would feel relief the further they sailed from that accursed island, with its madness eventually not registering a blip in their minds without conscious effort and skill to locate it.

The expedition force gotten themselves prepared for the journey, which Devon mentioned it wouldn't take as long compared to a similarly sized vessel's travel. It was a magical boat after all. Occasionally skipping across the waves, whilst managing most of the turbulent shakes from reaching its occupants. Though if someone was particularly prone to sea-sickness, they might still have to experience it.

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Post by BoltAscendent » Sun Sep 30, 2018 8:06 pm

At least one of those people would be poor Tox, ill suited to have her body thrown around like that. She resorted to going on top of the deck, turning into a dragon, and stretching out as best she could, so as to bother her normal body less.

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Post by Swix » Mon Oct 01, 2018 12:53 pm

Sensing and feeling the boat move away as it ever so speedily and smoothly travelled over the waves, Mina found her usual concentration interrupted by the motions. She wasn't seasick as much as her own fear was overcoming the normally so very calm Founder. In fact she could no longer concentrate eventuakmy and found hetself edging into the longships sturdy mainmast, trying not to look at or think abkut the amount of water around them.

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Post by Game Master » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:10 pm

Discerning faint trails through the soaring winds took time. Separating what might simply have led back to that accursed island, to a source which might be of significance to investigate. Devon stared onward on the deck. His insight of such madness proved ever helpful, for possessing an affinity to what he searched against. Still, the expedition force held supplies for such a sea voyage whilst the man listened. Focusing his mind to what felt unlike he experienced before.

"South-east. We head south-east!"

The Zduhać called out to everyone on board. Early onlookers would likely see nothing it first if they rushed beside him to gaze ahead. No, this be a warning once the vessel turned. For the longship began to quicken itself against the natural current, unfazed by any direction of the winds or waters that may divert its path. Devon guided them straight to a fast approaching island.

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