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  1. Name: Minda Last name: Aniet Age: 23 Species: Human Personality: Cold and uninviting of others at first. Not willing to give up very much information, and usually not particularly inclined to begin conversation unless someone can offer her something of interest. However, there is much under this icy demeanor. If one can get her to warm up to them, they'll find a determined and fiery friend who would pull them through thick and thin and has a soft spot for children. She's passionate about crafting magical tools and objects, and spends much of her time trying to perfect said craft. She has a rather severe disconnect with the world, and a surprising talent for ignoring her surroundings completely until they directly affect her. Along with all that, she has a habit of daydreaming whenever she gets even remotely bored- a possible contributor to the previous point. Magic?: Yes If so, what kind?: Telekinesis and mild shapeshifting abilities. Has a wand, should she want to channel actual spells. Weapon: Her wand, which she herself created. When not in use, it seems almost tiny, fitting in one's pocket. When in use, shifts to a larger shape, nearly the length of one's arm, and glows a bright blue. Appearance: Around 5'7, with shockingly long grey hair that does not match her age, nor the rest of her youthful appearance. She's frighteningly pale, as if she's never spent a day outdoors- even her eyes are an almost dulled shade of blue! If asked, she'll blandly blame it on stress and close off the subject. Her clothing is usually in brighter colors, thankfully, ranging from well worn jeans and soft blue t-shirts to dresses covered in ruffles and beautiful patterns. Her usual outfit, though, is a simple white, almost sporty dress that reaches just below her knees, and a white hair tie that pulls the masses of grey hair from her face.
  2. @Crossbone While the carnival may have been boring for Kyle, it was already exciting for A'aria. The forms people took with the masks weren't too exciting, but it was fun to try and imagine who was under the mask. There was no way to tell, and it was quite the game to her. The games themselves were new to her, and the decorations and festivity were beautiful. What could she say? Even she had to admit, she was easily satisfied. She didn't notice her bear was giving him any sort of look, and so she took the offered balls with a grin and small thanks. That faltered a moment though, at his seemingly offhanded comment. Well... I think you're luckier than you think. The beginnings of life can be difficult or even terrible, I've noticed, but... look at what you've got now! You've got the Rose Offensive! When your wing was hurt, you had access to what you needed to replace it so you could fly again. It's a matter of... perspective! Lots of people don't get second chances. Or whats sort of like a second family. This time, when she threw the ball in, it stayed. Just barely, having bounced on the bottom and nearly flown out over the edge, but it stayed, and she grinned with delight, already distracted from her previous point. Got it! I knew it couldnt be too rigged!
  3. @Crossbone A'aria giggled at that, taking the ball offered to her. Rigged? Its only tossing a ball. Maybe you just got unlucky, hm? Though she teased him, she did recognize the game could be difficult if the ball bounced right out of the basket. But she found she didn't mind- it was fun to participate anyways, and just seeing all these decorations and festivities was wonderful. In the end, who cared if they won? She still wanted to try, however, and narrowed her eyes in thought a moment before mimicking Kyle's throw, but intentionally weaker. With less force, it was less likely to bounce out than his, right? And she almost succeeded. It bounced just barely at the bottom, but enough for the ball to slip it's way out of the basket. Oh- that was close! Can we try again, please? I bet we can get it right this time!
  4. @Crossbone A'aria was always slow to wake up, yawning and rubbing her eyes to chase away the temptation of going back to sleep. It was especially tempting on a boat, the waves rocking back and forth in a soothing rhythm. Sleep could not call her for long, however, when there was something new and exciting to see, and she soon summoned her usual energy and rushed out onto the deck to see where they had landed. And what a sight the place was! Decorated all over, with lanterns and streamers and so many decorations she didn't know the name to, all in gold and silver. There were games, more than she could count and she wanted to try them all. And the masks! Before her eyes, when someone put them on, their appearance would change completely! It was fun to watch, and she suddenly desperately wanted to take part in it. The first person immediately in her sight was Kyle, and then Devin. She was sure Heather would join shortly- the girl was always close by. And so A'aria ran up to the two, giggling when the mask took Devin by surprise. While she hadn't spoken to him much, he was still someone she was getting used to seeing, and was familiar with him. A shame when he slipped into the crowd, seemingly to find something of interest to him. She didn't mind sticking to just Kyle for now, though. Could we play some of the games, pretty please? Oh, and wear the masks, too! I've never seen someplace like this before- It's incredible! I want to see it all! She then frowned slightly at a thought. Don't want to see it alone, though. It's more fun to play games with friends, after all, right?
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    Admittedly, A'aria had panicked and said the first thing that came to mind that meant that the woman had gone away. She was glad Heather hadn't commented on this. Or Kyle, either- she glanced in his direction. He seemed fine. The child form was a surprise, and it took A'aria a second to respond to the suddenly smaller form that had attached itself to her waist. She was always the shortest one around- this was new. With a hesitant chuckle, she hugged back. Ah... it's ok, Heather. Just... I'm going to fall once in a while! I'm gonna get hurt. You cant get into a rage when it happens. Otherwise, where does that leave us? @Alternative
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    A'aria's eyes went wide and she quickly shook her head, emphasizing the motion with her hands- a very large no. No no no, Heather- no stuffing anyone's head in a toilet bowl! Whoever it was already went downstairs, and were probably just in a hurry- besides, they only knocked us over when they ran by, they didn't commit a crime or intentionally hurt me or anything! Please calm down! Heather being so protective was sometimes scary- the rage in her expression over something as simple as being pushed and falling over was an example. The fire was an added bonus on the fear tree.
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    A'aria had nearly fallen again with that- now that was a little embarrassing. She hadn't realized how heavy he would be, and silently thanked whatever diety was above that he had steadied her so she didn't topple into him twice in one day. She glanced in the direction he was looking in a moment. Was he talking about the woman who had knocked them over? I'm not sure. She was talking to a few others a little while back, I think, but that's all I can say.
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    A'aria nearly squeaked when she found herself falling, Kyle crashing into her, and her first instinct was to shelter Heather, who had seemed to be dozing off on her shoulder in canary form. She'd only seen a small flash of black hair behind him before the fall- was it the woman who had been talking to some of the others earlier? There wasnt much time to consider that. When she hit the ground, she was surprised to find it was... not quite so hard as imagined. Kyle had tried to make sure she didn't fall, she realized. A little stunned, she hadn't quite moved until Kyle informed her he needed his wing back. To that, she quickly scrambled to get up, a small embarrassed flush on her face. I- ah, sorry! Are you alright? She held out a hand as an offer to help him get up, himself. @Crossbone
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    Kyle's comment caught her by surprise, so completely unrelated to their general trail of conversation. Her expression showed her surprise slightly, and she thought quite literally on the question. Oh! Uh.... I... well, the traveler I mentioned earlier told me when I was still little, I think. Besides that, I don't think its... something I've ever heard. Thank you! She said with a warm smile, before noting that when he hid his wings, he looked almost human, much like when she hid her ears, she could also pass as human. Did he move them so much for any one particular reason? Maybe it was tiring to hold them up all the time. She nearly had to pinch herself to keep from launching questions- she'd gotten a better handle on her curiosity, recently. And... I like your wings. Mechanical one and the original. They sort of remind me of the bats from back home, actually! They hid in the cave at the base of a bordering mountain most of the time, but when they came out, they were everywhere! And the little ones were very affectionate. They would even let one feed and pet them, stroke their wings- did you know they're quite fuzzy and small? Though I don't know if they let me do all that because I'm a nature spirit of sorts or if they really are naturally that way.... She trailed off a moment in thought before giving Kyle an apologetic look. Ah, sorry- rambled a little there, I think.
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    I don't think you're very weird. Though I'm not the best person for that, I guess. Weird was... unusual, right? Everything around her seemed unusual and new all of the time. Maybe Kyle was just more unusual by regular standards? Did that mean Raphael was also unusual by regular standards? And the others? Questions, questions. And Kyle had just asked her another. Oh! Uhm... She tapped her chin in thought a moment. I met him here. He seemed so new to me, and I had a lot of questions to ask just about anyone. So I asked him! We... I suppose we haven't separated since. She gave him a sheepish smile. Sorry if my answers seem a little plain. Except for a very small number of incidents, I don't have much to tell in way of stories. She could go on for hours about her forest, and the magic it held and the species and all the hidden places and curious glades, but... well, she didn't want to bore anyone.
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    None of that growing back? She'd... noticed with his wings, and knew limbs didn't usually grow back, but teeth and nails? That sounds like an awful lot of trouble. As long as something isn't burned completely off for me, it can grow back. That was why she still had had burn marks on her arms from... their encounter with Heather's father and the dark elf. It had healed somewhat, but was of the few injuries that would never fade. His logic made sense. With happiness, why look for what you already have? When he asked about her childhood, she unconsciously fiddled with the fabric of her cape. It wasn't that she'd had a bad childhood, she supposed, but it was... empty. Ah... It was alright. Nothing like yours, really. But nymphs are social creatures. There are usually a few protecting a forest, but my forest was new with magic and only one species of plant took to it. So I was... alone. A traveler passed through one day and took to telling me stories, though, and teaching me a lot! She's the reason I traveled and came here, really.
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    She'd giggled slightly when he quickly stopped himself from laughing in what seemed to be ebarrassment. Then... covered his face slightly with his wings. It was almost silly- something she hadn't thought of him quite yet. Huh. Then... a horse and a person? She didnt want to question that. Maybe there was just... something else she didn't know. She settled for that. As he continued, though, her mind was quickly redirected. She'd had, to some extent, something like a family because of a kind traveler, and she'd assumed that was what families were like. Yet she kept hearing about ones that hurt their members more than they helped them. First Raphael, then she suspected Heather a little, and now Kyle. Her cheeks puffed out slightly in frustration- they all deserved better than what they'd been given. Well, I think your wings are perfectly nice, so... so prophecy and father be- uh, you know. Damned felt like a curse word, and she... really didn't like those.
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    Oh! Ah.... He seemed sad for a moment- well, more than sad, but the expression had switched back to his usual one before she could pin exactly what it meant. Was everyone in the Rose Offensive hiding something that hurt them? They really needed a hug, eventually. For now, she elected to ignore the flicker in expression and answer his questions. Well, Nymphs are born from plants embedded with magic, I think is the easiest way to put it. We don't exactly have families, so last names... not usually. There's usually only a handful of nymphs in an area at most, and for that it needs to be buzzing with magic. I came from... well, I'm not sure if you've all named it. It was new, and I was the... first. She didn't mention that a nymph was supposed to stay, protect a forest with so much magic. Ironic, when she'd just considered he'd kept something quiet himself. And you came from... horses? Pegasi? That bit admittedly confused her a little. She was fairly certain he was not a horse, or a Pegasus. Wings? Yes. Hooves? No?
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    A'aria had been completely confused by Heather's sudden transformation, the bursts of light momentarily fascinating her, and had then stood awkwardly a moment as the girl-turned-fire-canary found herself a comfortable spot on her shoulder. It was nearly uncomfortably warm, but A'aria elected to ignore it for now. Heaven knew Heather needed a break. She almost jumped in surprise when Kyle addressed her. Admittedly, she'd been so distracted with Heather that she'd forgotten the others in the Tavern, for a moment. Ah... not really. I'm not much of a teacher, and I know less about elementals than most of you! Ironically. I think she's just tired. Emotionally, physically, likely a combination of both? A'aria wasn't sure. She didn't want to ask about it right now, though.
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    A'aria had been confused when Heather approached her so suddenly, but as she began to explain, she could begin to understand her haste. When Heather finished, A'aria hesitated to respond. She wanted the girl to be free, yes, but Heather seemed... disappointed. Almost a little lost. She chose not to focus on that, right now- they could discuss that later, when they weren't surrounded by others in the tavern. She brought one hand up to lift Heather's face back up, at the very least enough to face her directly. Silly to her, since Heather had to look down for that anyways, but she did so with a reassuring smile nonetheless. Don't apologize for something like that, Heather. It isn't wrong, and on top of that it isn't your fault! I, for one, don't care if you're weaker or stronger, as long as you're still my friend. We'll look out for each other, ok?