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A Virtue (Gregor, Crow)

on Tue Apr 17, 2018 7:41 pm
In the darkest corner of the ship, a dark ritual is taking place.

Shadows creep out, blocking the light from the moon. From the source it sat a shrouded figure. His face hidden but streaks of silver hair peak out from his hood.

There, hovering in front of him, was a jet black greatsword. From it a dark presence could be felt. Tendrils of darkness emerge from the sword and wrapped around the shrouded ones hands.

The tendrils pulse towards the shrouded ones hands, dark energy entering his body. Gradually the energy changes. It begins to feel darker, colder. As if the void is reavching out to him.
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Re: A Virtue (Gregor, Crow)

on Tue Apr 17, 2018 7:54 pm
CLANK!

The shield was loudly propped against the wooden panels, enough to chip but not destroy it entirely. It was that time of the night when his equipment needed care and he preferred doing it at a place where he cannot be bothered so where else but the area where a brooding silver-haired man was summoning dark tendrils. It's not like this was the first time the Paladin ever saw a dark ritual that could potentially lead to foolish choices. With his armored hand, he grabbed for a chair.

Shriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiikkkkkkkkk...

Went the two legs of the chair that skidded across the wooden panel.

Thud. Ka-chuk!

Now the paladin was seated with a rag in hand, his prized shield in between his legs and some mineral oil for polishing.
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Re: A Virtue (Gregor, Crow)

on Wed Apr 18, 2018 10:40 am
With a bang the sword disappears, and the shadows retreat back to the shrouded figure.

With his meditation interrupted the young aasimar slowly opens his eyes, reflected in them are the stars that dot the night sky.

The same eyes glare at the entity that disturbed him.

...How....rude....

Crow thought as he sat in another corner and began meditating once more.
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Re: A Virtue (Gregor, Crow)

on Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:17 pm
Pop! Pop! Pop! Pop!

There was a long pause and the sound of a dissatisfied Gregor mumbling to himself.

Pop! Pop! Pop! Pop! Pop!

Gregor flexed his fingers after cracking his knuckles one by one. Only then did he started to clean his shield. The paladin vigorously scrubbed through every surface and crevice.

Shft! Shft! shft! shft! Shft! Shft! shft!

And, on and on the Paladin went, making sure that nothing would prove detrimental for his equipment.

Shft! Shft! Shft! Shft! Shft! Shft! Shft! Shft!
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Re: A Virtue (Gregor, Crow)

on Fri Apr 20, 2018 9:49 am
Try as he might Crow could not get back into the state he was in before. The constant swishing of the cloth distracted him. He looked over the what the Paladin was doing and was pleasantly surprised.

His eyes locked on the shimmering shield.

.....How.....shiny...
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Re: A Virtue (Gregor, Crow)

on Fri Apr 20, 2018 9:46 pm
While other Sunites enjoyed nightly routines of cleansing their skin, this Sunite enjoyed the feel of a well-polished shield and blade. Gregor took pride in his work, he maintained his equipment as well as how they have served him. He expected nothing less. The shield though made out of bone, glimmered after the constant buffering. He grunted, satisfied with his work before settling it down to the si--

--He felts eyes looking at his direction.

He slowly turned to look at Crow before grabbing for his war hammer and also giving that the treatment it deserved. Gregor did not know much about Otter's brother but he sure was odd.
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