Mist Posted July 7, 2002 Share Posted July 7, 2002 [color=red][size=1]OOC: After a short periocd of time, here it is! ---------------------------------------------------------- Mara smiled as two children past her. Her emerald eyes lingered on the two figures, as they turned the corner. She shook her head, a slight and easy smile apparent on her face. She started to walk lithly through the small town, her off-white robe fluttereing lightly in the breeze. Sh smiled warmly to all those who greeted her, and even added a curtious "Hello!" every once in a while. Her curly raven hair was pulled into a loose ponytail, yet some curls fluttered in the breeze next to her foreheand and ears. Her ears were slightly angular, revealing that she was half human and half elvian. a mix of human and elvian ears, in fact. Mara walked into the common square of the town and approached her friend's house. She opened the gate gently and swiftly walked into the already-open door. A short, squat figure turned around and smiled. She stopped stirring at the huge pot in front of her and smiled as Mara removed her robe, revealing her elaborate silver dress, cut to her knees. "Ah, if it isn't Mara," the short woman exclaimed, throwing her arms in the air enthusiastically, " My, My,you've grown since we last visited." Mara smiled warmly at the short woman, bending down into her embrass. "Hello, Alditha," Mara replied, sitting down at a table in the corner, " How are you this day?" The old woman smiled, sitting down heavily across from the girl. "I am fine, child, just fine. Now, tell me off your recent journies." She replied, leaning over the table. Mara smiled and begun her tale. "I have just finished visiting Midoria. It was a grand place; everyone I had met there was so kind. I had a lovely time there at their summer fesitival; they had released a thousand butterflies at the end of the event, along with millions of fireflies that lit up the night!" Mara said enthusiastically. Alditha smiled. "It must have been lovely, dear." She replied kindly. Mara nodded. "Yes, but something was very wrong there." The old woman's eyebrows shot up in suprise. "What is it, child?" Mara shook her head. "I don't know." "Well, goodness, child, " the old woman exclaimed, "Why didn't you try to find out?" "I did." "And?" "Well," Mara said, looking blankly out of the window, "I couldn't turn back time. I couldn't forward it either. There's something wrong if a Time Mage can't even access their own domain. I'm frightned, Alditha." The old woman shook her head. "Bad times, we are having," Alditha replied, looking at the sky outside, " Those clouds have been here for the past few weeks." Mara nodded gravely. "So I thought."[/color][/size] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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