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Hikaru

Hikaru

Member Since 13 Sep 2013
Online Last Active Today, 11:20 AM
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In Topic: Rule of Nines (CLOSED, Backstory)

Today, 02:01 AM

Almost as soon as the contract started to burn it started repair itself. The reason? There were two contracts now, duplicates. But little had Inari known when she cast her spell that duplicating a blood contract didn't just make a real and a fake. No. The blood and magic of the contract was real. It instead simply extended the contract. As long as one existed, so did the other. They would both have to be burnt.

 

The attempted burn of the contract did do something however, as once it was set afire the magic signatures in the blood of this contract went out in like a beacon, and the signatures of the other contract responded, showering a number of thousands of weak magic signatures there in the room, and further in the castle, where the library lay.


In Topic: Rule of Nines (CLOSED, Backstory)

Today, 01:34 AM

The contract read as followed: "I agree to surrender to Hikaru Tyris, Eldest of the Sage Three, my complete ability to lie and agree to do her every command. If I should disobey or lie, I agree to the terms of this contract that I should immediately lose my life by fire. This contract cannot be changed, modified, amended, or edited in any way except by the person who created such contract, that being Hikaru Tyris of the Sage Three, herself.."

 

Underneath the words of the contract was a huge space where every being had signed their name in blood.


In Topic: Rule of Nines (CLOSED, Backstory)

Yesterday, 11:28 PM

Despite the large crowd from the previous day. The castle for the most part was empty now except for the stray magic student that Hikaru had picked up. Just like Hikaru normally liked it. To be left alone. Within the the main room where the execution had taken place, it was also empty. Within the center there floated one copy of the blood contract. Glowing innocently as if daring anyone to take it.


In Topic: Piecing Together the Fragments of Time

Yesterday, 09:56 PM

"Oh, well..." Asura gave a smile as she fiddled with her staff. "Do not worry for the rest of the list. We no longer actually need it.. as the um.... visitor decided to not come. There are far more important tasks at hand now." Asura nodded as she tried not reveal it had all just been a distraction. .. Well there may have been one thing on that list that was important... Especially if he was to be a Templar. There couldn't be none of that.  "Well ... except for one thing on the list. Did you get the clocks?"


In Topic: Piecing Together the Fragments of Time

Yesterday, 05:44 PM

"Well you are the Templar Elder...." Asura replied matter-of-factly. "Thought between you and I, though I am supposed to be neutral... I still much prefer you personally than the old guys of the past." She looked to the side a moment as if in thought once more. "With your eagerness to always save the universe, or do the right thing... You remind me of someone also left in the past... Very much so."

 

Asura then walked a distance away from the table, staff in hand. "I sent him on an errand to fetch a list of things. A long list. Simply one he would not complete for a while. Just so it would give me time to figure what to do about what he was pointing out." She tapped her staff to the ground, sending a pulse through the personal timeline of Halsey to call him there. "I do wonder though how much he did manage to find. It was very long after all."