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・・・】 God: E'na
・・・】 God Slayer: @Ataraxy
・・・】 OOC: Thread


E'na crashes through the city of Avylon searching for her enemy. The people flee while the Zodiac Knights make attempts to slow the God down. Her zealous vigor keeps her afloat; she flies through the streets, the holy light emanating off her form boiling hot and blinding. 

   
         
     

 

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Lilith

It wasn’t so much that Lilith found herself itching for a fight—she rarely got much thrill from physical altercations in any case—but that there was an urging in her mind to obtain some form of vengeance. Not for her or hers, but for the new voice intermingling with the Lunar Daughters that bounced around her mind. 

Asteria. The daughter of a Titan and once beloved figure whose spirit turned malevolent enough to bestow such extraordinarily powerful energy to her crown, now sitting snugly upon Lilith’s head. 

Her once holy and divine power had become something just as dark and corrupt as Lilith’s own. And the one who had betrayed Asteria, the one who had set her up to fall, whose conspiring with mortals had inevitably led to her murder, was once again walking the land of Nehalen. The urge Lilith resisted was on par with the Soul Stone’s pressure, a deep, ancient need which has a need to be fulfilled. 

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Lilith

“Get her! Use my power to eradicate her existence,” Asteria said, using the crown’s power to float next to Lilith in an incorporeal form that can only be seen by the one wearing the crown. 

Red eyes landed on the cursed ghost, the mere strength of the glare was enough to silence Asteria. It was a silent command. An order from a master to a servant. It wasn’t something Asteria was used to, Lilith knew, but the goddess was dead. She had no lone power and thus was subservient to Lilith’s whim. Just like the other voices in her head. If she wanted to keep what sanity was left, her only choice was to exert total dominance over the voices. A task of increasing difficulty ever since she’d razed a good portion of Nu Martyr to the ground. 

However, testing her newly obtained abilities against a modern goddess was, in fact, rather appealing. The one thing Lilith had always wanted more than anything was power. And then she got it. But that power was relative to the mortals and immortals who walk Valucre. She’d never actually fought a god before. 

It would certainly change the scale. 

Lilith turned to look at Asteria. “Lead the way.”

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E'na the Glorifier

Impossible. How could she be alive? E’na herself had been there when the mortals had torn apart Asteria’s body. She had gone out of her way to remove Asteria’s celestial defense so that mortals could kill her so. Everything had gone as planned. 

Or so she’d been led to believe for centuries.

Damn her. Asteria had always been a clever goddess. Not the most powerful of body but her strength of will and mind had been a threat to E’na and the Titans. Her supposed favor with the All-father had also been worrying. Since the first time she’d met Asteria, E’na had sensed something dark within the goddess. 

She just hadn’t believed it was her death which would awaken it. E’na had believed herself lucky in that while the power was awakened, it was locked away in a relic too powerful for most to even tough, much less wield. 

Judging from the approaching presence of that very same goddess, perhaps she’d been wrong. No, she’d definitely been wrong. The only question was wrong about what? About Asteria’s death? Or about Valucre lacking a person powerful enough to withstand that crown’s power enough to use it?

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Lilith


Anger rolled off the rampaging goddess like a ragged cliff during high tide; ferocious and eternal. A Zodiac Knight leaped forward, sword at the ready, with apparent intent to cut an arm off the goddess. Even for Lilith the goddess' response was hard to catch, it's speed passing that of the mortal capacity. A single hand flew outward with such strength that it didn't knock the Zodiac Knight flying backward, no, it eviscerated him on the spot. The force of her movement crushed every inch of the Knight back into a molecular form. 

It reminded Lilith of the Peacekeeper she'd fought in Casper. The priest. As it were, those with the most cruel methods of annihilating their enemies tended to be religious. Despite her callous nature, the irony of that situation was not lost on Lilith. 

"So you didn't die after all," E'na snarled their way, almost spitting the mortal sounds already thick in an unknown accent. "For such a heathen-like existence as yourself to continue living among the All-Father's creation, it's simply disgusting." A sword was held and pointed toward Lilith. "And you, witch, dare to carry divinity upon you like an object? Prostrate yourself before me and perhaps I'll spare your life." 

Lilith just laughed. Not her usual, albeit rare laugh, but one as cold and cruel as a rusted sword slicing ragged lines through the neck of an animal. "You should have stayed in your world, goddess."

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