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Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Durlyn Val'Sarghress » Sun Aug 29, 2010 1:19 am

"This is going to be a bloody nightmare, all these traitors and schemers gathering under that devil woman's lead, celebrating in the aftermath of a war..." growled Umrae'anna, the ancient warrior sick of seeing so much bloodshed and treachery, but still grimmly determined to ensure that her latest King would not fall to their clan's enemies.

"Nevertheless, we must be here to see what Melandra has planned...Even if I don't particularly care for the view" Cal'atar replied, averting his eyes from the brazen and colorful displays given by the performers, particularly those of Querces descent.

Bundled in his robes he looked like an ice sculpture, pale and fragile to the touch, but in reality he was a mana powerhouse, just as his father and his father before him had been, the air ice cold around him, making his breath and those of his armored escorts visible like mist.

"I'm here for you no matter what happens Milord, just as I was back then" Dil proclaimed, the young shield maiden hiding her blush behind her visor as she clanged her fist to her breast plate.

"Yes, and I'm grateful for that Dil" Cal answered, remembering all too well how savagely and brilliantly she had fought alongside him and his father during their entrapment within the Duul'screa's lair, she having been one of the shield maidens assigned to guard them.

"Careful Lass, that blush may melt even our lord's icy exterior if it gets any hotter" teased one of Dil's fellow guards, smirking knowingly.

"SSSSHHH, still your tongue sister!" hissed Dil angrily, elbowing her in the side.

"Keep your minds on the job ladies, now's not the time" warned Umrae'anna, her harsh tone enough to get both warriors back to work.

Cal then turned to be greeted by the Val Briz'esii Illharess, one of the clans still loyal to Veldrin's true queen Baelin and a trusted ally of the M'elzar, returned her bow and said "Thankyou Illharess Vaaya, my father's loss has been difficult for us all on Xia'thacmon but he still remains with us in spirit, and those responsible for his murder will face justice in time. I too yearn for peace, but only for true peace under a true ruler, not a pretender who cast this city into chaos just to suit her own ends. As for the Val D'arons, I'm sure they'll make an appearance of somesort this day, and I intend to wait for them, but if you and your advisor wish to go on ahead that is fine by me if you do not want to linger here, though I do enjoy the good company as opposed to these...Circus acts."
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Sonor Val'Illhar'dro » Tue Aug 31, 2010 4:32 am

"Not even a glimmer of her crown. Late to her own Gathering, or perhaps she wishes to have a show of brilliance in her entrance? Regardless, she is not the only one who is absent."

Xia'sol said ruefully as she surveyed the Imperial Crown directly in front of them, the Great Clan seats around her, and the Illhars below. Some of the Lower Seats were empty, the victims of the crossfire of clan war fare. Malbreena made a costly mistake in not finishing the D'arons before ascending to the throne, the lions would strike back in due time and more war would follow. She lightly turned her head to the left to look at Mora as she continued on,

"I have not seen hide nor hair of the D'arons or the Mel'zars outside, I would not blame them if they did not come but it would be no less worse if they did."


Xia'sol leaned back in her chair and drummed the table in front of her with her jeweled fingers.

"I wouldn't be terribly surprised if Varash experiences yet another war very soon. Hopefully this Gathering will not be a chance to assassinate or mark clan leaders who disagree with this new regime, I would peg the Mortaths to be wiser than that. Needless to say, I am quite interested about what will be said, don't you Mora?"
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Maria » Wed Sep 01, 2010 2:10 am

A servant girl, adorned in a plain tunic of purple, was going about serving drinks to the Illharesses and Illhars. Incubo’mora gently took a glass of wine, sipping conservatively as she listened to her ally.

“I am. But I worry.” She placed the glass on the table, moving it about ever so often. Lowering her voice to little higher than a whisper she continued.

“Mal’breena schemes. I fear she has placed dear Mama on the imperial seat only to paint a target on her back, one she herself does not want to carry. Mama has seen the moons fall, perhaps she will prove to be a voice of reason.” _ _ _

Against his better judgement Maahev moved to interrupt the two Illharesses.

“The M’elzar are indeed here, and they have brought forces of considerable size with them. Though I believe it to only be paranoia on their part.”
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Alric » Fri Sep 03, 2010 7:36 pm

Lou'hi was a bit taken off guard by Incubo'mora's enthusiastic response to her arrival, but she reacted with a hug of her own. "A comedy you say? An uplifting story should be welcome in these times. In any case, it's a fine occasion for us to meet again," Lou'hi said, smiling. "I am also pleased to see you, Lady Kimia. I have a proposal for you and your clan."

Luo'natar looked on with slight apprehension as her grandmother's hair approached her sinuously, seemingly with a mind of its own. The child's concerns vanished entirely when the braid lightly graced her chin. Maahev's fatherly embrace relaxed the young halfbreed even further.

"It has, grandmother Incubo'mora. I brought you and daddy a gift!" spoke the halfbreed child, handing her a childishly scrawled picture of her and Maahev, standing before what appeared to be the throne room of the Val'Querces stronghold.

At that time, Incubo'mora pulled the Val'Shurri'rivvaki and Val'Tu'joltrezen Ilharesses into another hug and announced her intention of following the Val'Euol'beldroina inside the meeting room.

"The Val'D'aron? Hm, it's worth waiting…but I have matters to attend to with the Empress. But I also came here to discuss trade matters with your clan as well as the Val'Euol'beldroina," explained Lou'hi to Kimia. "I believe it would be beneficial for our clans to further expand our trade. My clan brings in goods from the surface, and conducts caravans as well as protecting those of other organizations for a fee."

At that moment, Il'ja, the commander of the Sark Amon and Lou'hi's bodyguard, stepped to the foreground. ll'ja was a powerfully built drowolath female attired in in full plate armor, colored a dark metallic blue. Long silver and blue dyed hair came from the open back of her casque, as her bright green eyes reflected awareness and keen, animalistic intelligence. Her armament consisted of a naginata, and a longsword on her belt.

"My lady, we should rejoin Lady Incubo'mora and Lady Xia'sol in the Empress' meeting chamber," she said after a low bow to Lou'hi.
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Sword Goddess » Sat Sep 04, 2010 12:11 am

Simply put, and placed, she had remained a solitary individual ever since entering the structure; perhaps for good reason, perhaps not - but Assa'rai always had reason. Reason for attending. Reason for standing the way she was, looking the way she did, being the way she is. It all boiled down to reason. And planning.

So she strolled into the inner-chamber, flowing bronze-browned robe curtaining her tall, slender frame. A set of obsidian gauntlets upon her hands and hair drawn out in a simple fashion, long and loose but well combed. No paint touched the woman's face. She wore no crown, or badge of office.

She did not so much as flutter a lash, or twitch an ear while passing directly between several conversing individuals of the various assembled families. No so much impolite as it was direct.

Immediately taking her seat, she leaned forward, resting both hands in in a stationary posture folded one over the other in her lap.
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Ax'smira » Sat Sep 04, 2010 2:12 am

Arvaneh looked over at the guard who spoke, her copper eyes wary. Nearly letting out a sigh, she held it in till after the guard had finished. Then Arvaneh placed a cordial expression on her face and said calmly, "Illharess Lou'hi we would love to discuss more of this proposal. However as your guard has pointed out it might be best to hold off the conversation since you need to get inside. Plus we will be attending the comedy at the Val'Querces Theater as well. And if there is still more to be done, then we can continue the conversation at which place is most comfortable for you."
Kimia sighed as she took her parasol from her nearby guard who bowed and then back up, "Well that is if you must depart us. I guess we will have to wait to continue, however I look forward to talking to you afterward. With a play to ease off the tension and probably good food to match it should be perfect, I know Incubo'mora will make sure of it."
Arvaneh held back her sigh and then turned to watch as Nasrin and Adish walked toward the entrance of the clan meeting building with a member of the Val'Querces clan. She vaguely remembered the bejeweled Val from her occasional trips to Theater and her time visiting Rumi, though her name escaped her now. The fact that she couldn't remember made her nearly lose her relaxed and calm expression. Her attention back as her mother said, "Though it now appears I will have to go in as well.Which is upsetting, I was hoping to see the Val'D'aron, but I guess they can't grace us with they're presence for this important meeting." Kimia gave a small disdainful sniff as she glanced around to see that much of the crowd had started to filter through the doors.
Arvaneh finally gave into the sigh that had been fighting to get out, though she managed to get her cordial face back in place.
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Zickman » Sat Sep 04, 2010 5:26 pm

After pleasant greetings with Kimia and her daughters Kaelyn discreetly stepped back, noticing the other illharess closing upon the little group. She was not ready to be in the middle of such a cluster, this meeting was like dancing upon the edge of a fiery abyss. One misstep and she would plunge to her death, that misstep was to gain the wrong type of attention from the wrong clan. Kaelyn did not fool herself, she was strong yes, but most of them were stronger. She had to be careful how she threaded.

“Can we leave now?” Primus demanded as his scowling eyes rested upon the group of illharess. Unless his ears were deceiving him, they were discussing something about a………play? Primus fought to the very strong urge to shout out and draw blade. “We leave when the meeting has concluded.” Kaelyn replied sternly. “Now be careful of your ire. Not everyone is as tolerant as impertinent males as your mother. Glaring at an illharess like that is cause enough for them to take your eyes.”

“Yes,” Primus replied sarcastically. “And I of course, being timid as a rabbit, will simply stand there and let them.”
Kaelyn smirked despite herself as she led her son pass the chattering group of the most powerful females in Varash. She decided not to wait on Kimia, she could discuss some of things on her mind with the Val’shurri’rivvaki illharess at a more appropriate time; in other words at a time when there were no prying ears. “I mean, are you listening to them? They are discussing plays! This is a fucking waste of time!”
“Language boy!” Kaelyn snapped. “Contain yourself. You are of a noble clan and you are among the ambassadors of other noble clans, conduct yourself accordingly lest you wish to shame your kin.”

Primus settled into dark muttering as they passed through the doors to the meeting hall. “You should have brought Meshekal.” He groaned out. “She would have gotten off on all this uselessness and meaningless prattle.” Kaelyn almost laughed but manage to keep her stern visage in place as she took her son by his arm and led him through the lavishly decorated room. “Its her duty, not yours, to oversee the clan in my absence.” Kaelyn scolded. “But what’s this? My son, legendary champion of the clan, responsible for the death of hundreds of enemies and monster, afraid to be at meeting for three days with the most beautiful women in Varash? Do you then prefer the company of males?”

Primus spluttered in indignation and Kaelyn released her pent-up laugh as they climbed a staircase of hammered gold.
“I merely jest son of mine,” Kaelyn continued in a lighthearted tone. She realized with a pang of guilt that this was the first time she and Primus had been together like this in almost twenty years. “We both know of your amour for Nasrin Val'Shurri'rivvaki.” Kaelyn noticed how Primus stiffened beside her and her grin returned, so her agents in the Streeaka had been accurate as usual. “I must say that this pleases me, thought I wished that you would have aimed a little higher……” a union between her son and the heir of the Val’Shurri’rivvaki would be a major stepping stone to Valhood. For once Primus remained silent as he walked beside his mother, if his mother already knew then there was no longer any excuse to not act. He resolved then and there, that before the meeting was out Nasrin Val’Shurri’rivvaki would know exactly what he felt towards her.
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Maria » Wed Sep 08, 2010 4:47 am

((What's with the silence people D: ? ))
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Avalon » Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:44 am

As the clans were gathering and/or making small talk, a small group of human warriors (about half a dozen, and of varying ages between late teens and early fourties) approached the council building. They were representatives of Bloodsnow, the band of mercenaries that has served the Val'De'vet since just before the war. While the De'vet had remained neutral throughout the war, Bloodsnow had never-the-less seen action, protecting De'vet lands from incursions by the war's actual participants. Mostly, it had been largely bloodless due to said incursions having mostly been honest mistakes due to the fog of war, though Bloodsnow had also had to deal with the occasional patrol who had thought it was a good idea to take a shortcut through De'vet lands to get at their actual enemies, as well as the occasional stray demon. Yet, despite having seen little action during the war, Bloodsnow had never-the-less become considered to be an honored part of the clan, in no small part thanks to them having proven their skill and bravery beyond the shadow of a doubt.

They had originally intended to arrive alongside Assa'rai, the Val'De'vet Ill'haress, but she had insisited on going ahead without a visible escort to show that she had nothing to fear from the other clans, though Bloodsnow would still send a small number of soldiers led by the Bloodsnow commander Avalon* to arrive shortly after the Ill'haress's arrival. While Assa'rai, having no actual enemies, did feel safe enough to go alone, Bloodsnow still wanted to have a symbolic force with her, just in case.

"Seems like not all clans have arrived yet" one of the soldiers notes. "But where's Lady Assa'rai?"

"I can't see her in the crowd," Avalon* noted "so she's probably already inside."

With that, the group entered council building, where they found their Ill'haress in the inner-chamber. They walked over to her and made a silent salute, then stepped back, just far enough her the room she desired, but still close enough to spring to action, should Lady Assa'rai need them.

(*The reason the commander is named after myself is because I couldn't come up with a better name when I first created Bloodsnow ^^; )
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Sword Goddess » Thu Sep 09, 2010 10:32 am

For the first time since she'd come into the meeting, taken her seat and become comfortable, the woman finally broke that calm exterior. As Bloodsnow's representatives entered her lips formed a somewhat private smile. She had not even asked them, but as was typical, they seemed to know what her desires truly were and acted accordingly.
And it's why they were part of the family. And honorably so.

She waved slightly and then shifted back in her seat, eventually arching a brow at the still flowing conversations around her.
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Zickman » Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:24 pm

Kaelyn entered the meeting chamber, where the three day long negotiations were to be held. Despite her best effort to hide it, her awe at the beauty and lavishness of the place still showed. It was unlike anything she had ever seen before. The place was so big it looked like you could fit three cathedrals comfortably into it, and it was multi story as well. The gleam of gold caught the eye from all directions and diamond mana lamps gave the room a multi colored and steady glow of illumination. It seem that every clan, no not just clan, guild, organization, alliance, every association of any note or renown had a place in the room. The room was basically empty except for a few minor nobles and dignitaries and hundreds of slaves and servants running to and fro to make last minute preparations.

Primus on the other hand viewed the lavishness of the room in a completely different way. “Waste,” he sniffed. “The poor and the beggars in their city runs to the tens of thousands, and yet they use their resources to create a gigantic and extravagant room that is only utilized once in a blue moon.”

You are just intent upon being negative today aren’t you?” Kaelyn asked arching an eyebrow, she agreed completely but there was no reason to say that.

“Its true.” Primus replied defensively.

Kaelyn shook her head and led him onward, deeper into the massive room. Her eyes brushed the room alertly, taking in every detail. Soon she found that indeed, the Kel’tahk was not the only clan that decided to head in early.

“Val’De’vet,” Primus said to his mother as he too surveyed the group as they strode pass. Kaelyn shook her head in wonder that illahress Assa'rai actually trusted her life into the hands of lesser beings. But then, if her intelligence were correct Assa’rai also fornicated with a gray fox and used the technology of her clan to clone herself. That was the thing about informants, when they were simply nothing to report they felt honor bound to ‘earn’ their pay by giving a bunch of bullshit information instead. However, seeing the woman sitting among her halme pets dressed like a pauper was enough to make Kaelyn give thought to the considering the claims as fact.

“Mad as all the rest,” Primus grunted. “These Vals…..” he broke off and shook his head.
Kaelyn didn’t pay the other clan a second glance as they passed them by.

“Tell me Primus,” Kaelyn said quietly after a few moments of silence. “Using your military expertise and what you know of the other clans, scant as that knowledge may be, which clan you think poses the most threat to all the rest?”

Primus reflected upon the question, it was a deep one. The clan that posed the most threat did not necessarily have to be the strongest clan. They just had to be the most determine to succeed. Primus grinned when he grasped at his mother’s implication.

“We.” Primus answered with a little chortle. Kaelyn gave him a brief grin of her own in return.
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Ax'smira » Thu Sep 09, 2010 7:11 pm

Nasrin and Adish followed after Philomela jovial skipping and her guard sisters, in much more subdued manner. They walked by the entry way and stairs that lead to the clan meeting chamber. Nasrin eyes found the unmistakable glint and paint of Primus's armor. "Don't even go there," Nasrin turned her gaze toward Adish as they neared the turn that would lead them to the stair to the Viewing Room. "You know, we can't go there with our Illharess and even if we could...he doesn't fit you anyway."

Nasrin glared at him as he smirked and shrugged. "I haven't the faintest idea of whom you are talking about." She muttered back to him.

Adish gave one last glance as he noted the group of human guards go in. He, then allowed his eyes to dart to the close by Kel’thak. "Of course you don't. You know...I heard it from somewhere that he isn't fond of these types of gathers. In fact, he isn't overly fond of most things you find interesting and entertaining."

Nasrin rolled her eyes, but she didn't responded back. Instead she just looked after Primus's retreating form. Finally, she murmured, "Since you have come to this notion that I have an interest in our ally's son, I will remind you that you have no room to talk. Plus, politically there is neither an advantage or disadvantage to my interest, where as yours could have risk our Val'hood."

Adish didn't reply, however his mocking mood vanished. Nasrin would have been please with that, if it didn't leave a bad taste in her mouth. She gave a last glance before turning her head forward.
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Alric » Thu Sep 09, 2010 8:12 pm

"Very well then, we shall head inside. Come, Luo'natar," spoke Lou'hi as she led the two other Tu'joltrezen inside the grand chamber. "Of course, Arvaneh. There is much time before the Empress arrives, after all. Have you ever considered the possibility that we could aid you by trading your goods to clans and individuals in other nations? We Tu'joltrezen travel far and wide in search of new possible trade partners. We're willing to trade your goods to other parts of the world, as well as offering protection for your trade posts within Varash and elsewhere."

Lou'hi entered the Empress' meeting room; the throne at the opposing wall was of course still unoccupied. The Tu'joltrezen Illharess sat down in her designated chair besides Incubo'mora, giving a respectful nod to the two other Illharesses present. "I take it the Empress should be arriving soon? All but the D'aron have arrived. I take it they're still upset over the outcome of the clan war."
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Ax'smira » Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:16 pm

Avenah and Kimia still stood near the front door of the Clan Gather Hall. They were intent on seeing whether the Val'D'aron would appear. Though Arvenah looked over her shoulder at the departing Vals of the Tu'joltrezen. "Interesting proposal, isn't it." Kimia said after they had been quiet for a minute.
Arvenah just nodded. It was a great proposal, one that would aid them greatly. However Arvenah wasn't sure about the motives behind it. The Shurri'rivvaki appeared rather wealthy and they were wealthy. However that didn't mean they had nearly endless pockets. This offer was great, but what would they have to give in return and how much. Arvenah let out a sigh as she scanned the thinning crowd, from they're whispers she knew that the Val'D'aron party hadn't been seen yet on the road and no one had heard from them. "Let us go inside, Mother. It appears the D'aron want to make a grand appearance with no one to watch them." Arvenah said glancing down at her mother. Kimia showed a face of mild interest, but even she knew that at the movement of the others meant that more important conversation lay inside.
"Fine, Let us go inside. I'm tired of standing anyway," Kimia gave her parasol a final tap before turning and walked inside. They were silent as they head inside and up the stairs to the Clan Meeting Chamber. Arvenah noted a few minor clan leader milling around, a clear indication that the Empress hadn't yet graced them with her presences. ]It appears we might still have some time. The others are simply milling around, should we head for our seats? Or would you rather mill around as well?"
Kimia gave her daughter a stout look before she turned her gaze around. "I would love to go chat with Kaelyn. We're barely got a word together before her and her brooding son bustled inside." Kimia said as she spied them at the same time Arvenah did. Kimia glide over while Arvenah came up behind her, "Kealyn, dear."
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Re: Varash D'Veldrin Chpt 2: Scarred Shadows

Postby Zickman » Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:19 pm

Kaelyn and Primus stopped at the Kel’thak section which they identified because their banner floated directly above. Kaelyn noticed that they were arrangements for several dozen other people, but she did not regret her decision to attend the meeting with only one companion. Her reasons were simple really, nothing in mass she could have bring to this gathering would be impressive enough to match with clans that had more ada than what they knew to do it. Her troops armor was crafted by the best Dwarf smiths of the Stonebreaker Clan for practicality, not frippery. To have a retinue of them here with her would have displayed their standing of a minor clan, while coming alone solidified her as a strong illhar not afraid of her peers and not requiring a show to prove that she was on the same level.

Kaelyn sank into the foremost seat and ran a finger down her jawline as she contemplated in silence what needed to be done before this meeting was out. First and foremost she needed to solidify the Kel’thak’s bond with the Val'Shurri'rivvaki by formally pledging Alliance to Kimia, pompous jackdaw that she was. Kaelyn knew she was only saying it out of habit now, she would kill herself before she admitted it aloud but she was sincerely fond of the older Drowolath and found her company pleasant. She also wanted to speak with illharess Xia’sol Val’Euol’beldroina, apparently the Val’Euol’beldroina had lay claim to most of the mines and gem veins in the area, maybe a few of the choice ones could be purchased at the right price……….

“__Mother!” Primus repeated once more, irritation thick in his voice. Kaelyn shook her head, jolted out of her reverie.

“What?” She answered as irritably, annoyed her train of thoughts had been dashed.

“I request your leave.” He mumbled his eyes flickering to a spot beyond Kaelyn’s shoulder. The illhar turned in her seat and observed Nasrin and Adish Val'Shurri'rivvaki entrance into the chamber.

“Go then.” Kaelyn said with a nod. “But I swear to Selune that if you do anything to deface us, through an idle word or action, I will eunuch you myself and give you to Nasrin as a present.”

Primus knew it was not an idle threat, he nodded his obedience bowed briefly then turned and made a beeline for Nasrin and her brother a charming smile upon his face and hand riding upon his sword. Primus realized that this might be one of the few times he actually might get to speak to her, surely she would be too busy when the actually meeting started. His eyes ran over Adish once again, now if only he could get rid of the third wheel.
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