The City of Townsville
The City of the Embodiments was a remarkable place. High in the sky over an ocean in some hidden section of South, it would seem as if a chunk of Earth had been ripped off some missing continent below, and pulled into the atmosphere in such a way that it permanently defied gravity, just floating there. The island itself was huge, the size of a sprawling metropolis. However; the city that rested atop was not one full of mortal inventions such as cars and electricity, for the embodiments had no need for such things. Instead, there were many streets and buildings made of precious metals like gold and silver, as well as others that did not exist in the Mortal Dimensions.
Of course, the Embodiments spent most of their time in their own realms. Besides that, this city had only been built after the creation of the dimensional plane, as Hell had for the longest time been a mere dimension, until finally being recently released from that prison and made to rest outside the plane itself, taking on the name of South in replacement of the destroyed Erebus. Why, then, did this place exist? And why were there so many mostly empty, though beautiful, buildings in this city? These were questions for another time, though just part of the mystic beauty that was this city. A neutral meeting place for the Embodiments now, its true purpose unfulfilled.
A swirling vortex of temporal energies opened on the street shortly after Faote's disappeared. From this vortex, Nek Atlas emerged, a bit flustered, his long, blonde hair slightly tousled from the journey. He slicked back his hair and straightened out his tunic as he spotted Lady Asura in her child like form, as well as a beautiful woman Nek did not recognize. Who is that..?
Nek took stock of his surroundings. Buildings made of gold and silver. Roads that looked less like means of transportation and more like works of art, filled with beautiful statues. He could feel a breeze in the air. This city was remarkably... Quiet. No cars. No shouting. None of the usual noise of a city. Just... Where were they?
The swirling vortex remained open behind him as Nek waited for Inari and Skye to come through. There was a bit of awkward waiting time in between, and Nek didn't yet dare approach Asura and the strange woman without his entire party assembled. Don't notice me. Don't notice me. Don't notice meeee... Shoot, I think they noticed me. Nek managed an awkward wave/bow to the embodiments before pretending to look away, whistling a tune to himself as he fiddled his thumbs.