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Sorry, didn't catch that. Disregard!
Ghalen's plan at this point is to land outside of town and hoof it or fly to the factory/base by other means. His combat armor does have all the bells and whistles for visual enhancement, he'll make use of those on arrival. Waiting for confirmation from Jeran at this point, or any other suggestions from Elektra...I can wing a flyover post though just to keep things rolling...
While Jiminy watched the reports of the uninvited guests at Avalon, a staffer buzzed him on his com.
I dunno if Jiminy has ever met Casseus, but that's who it is.
The Prismatic Band wrote:
Queue Aananda freak out in 3...2...
Mentor, City of Knowledge. It's beautiful white and gold architecture greets the dawn with gleams of hope for a better way, and a shining example of applied knowledge. Breaking the skyline of the city are the many spires of the mentor University, each of it's separate outlying spires dedicated to various branches and studies of magic. Water spray from the majestic fountain in the square in front of the school plays with the new day's light as well, shimmering like diamonds.
In market square, shopkeepers shake out rugs and set up their wares for a new day of commerce, either in their own shops and stores, or with carts along the corridor through the Market. Selling all manner of things from nick knacks to produce from outlying farms, the organized chaos of calls to buy or shouts or things for sale will shatter the morning quiet as the sun continues it's climb.
Nethyan hostels will open their doors, the priests begin their morning rites and summoning food and water and providing shelter for the homeless and wayward poor. Last night's visitors will be encouraged to seek their own way, but are never refused re-entry if they need shelter the following eve.
On the borders of the aristocrat and merchants districts, lies one of the cities most famous (if not the most popular) upper class inns. The Gilded Coach is owned and operated by Cordelia la Montez, widow of the former owner. Also here at the inn are visitors from the Avalon School for the Gifted, one particular one, her step-daughter, Kagiero. Cordelia has been gracious enough to provide room and board for their stay in Mentor, at no cost. They stay in one of the private wings, that used to house the family when they lived here. Cordelia is no-nonsense, and doesn't abide fools in her inn, but isn't the typical step-mother level of meanness. She has about 10 staff working for her, barmaids, cooks and house maids. Gurman, the head chef delights in cooking for permanent guests, and her major domo and hostess Leria appreciates work that keeps her and her maids busy. Cordelia runs the bar, waitstaff her self, enjoying the interaction with her patrons. (Cordelia is a little apprehensive about the sentient cloud of bees, and asks that he keep to the private areas as much as possible, and to come and go discreetly).
As the morning grows, calls from Leria will awaken the guests, and let them know breakfast is ready...
I completely missed this, sorry. Do the tracks Al found at the last scene match Repps tracks here?
Agarthian Storyteller wrote:
Have you seen the movie Equilibrium?
Imperial Chronicler wrote:
No problem, just wanted to make you aware of the new face :)
Tyrrin Denulia wrote:
The arrows will lead her to his room...
Jessa Mar'Niell wrote:
You mean like the wards?
Lurch the Narrator wrote:
Nala studies the readings from the close scan, and the activity taking place inside Jessa is fascinating, and more than a little disturbing. The nanites are doing their job well in keeping the virus from being able to survive in an environment other than Jessa's body, and though the coordination indicative of sentience is lacking, the viruses seem to be trying to undo the changes imposed by the nanites. Once the nanites currently in her bloodstream expire, the viruses will eventually be able to undo the changes. A periodic reapplication of the nanites will be necessary unless a more permanent solution can be found.
Microscpic helm of reverse alignment!!
Nala Zamarosok wrote:
Ryuzo-clone is still there, and will help restrain her if needed.
Ghalen's dreamscape appearance...probably looks like an amalgamation of himself and a red dragon. A really old one...like he flickers in and out, hard to tell where one ends and the other begins. His silver eyes are probably more intense or luminescent on his dreamscape visage...he identifies as a soldier or a knight, so his armor is orbably very visible as well, probably.
Uhh...Ryuzo and Nala are also associated with the elementary school, and Krays might fill in in a pinch...other than Ryo, I dunno who an actual back-up for Ephebe would be...
Cool, thanks for the reminder
Agarthian Storyteller wrote:
Ghalen stands roughly 5'11". IRL, he'd look of Greek or Roman ancestry: Black hair, light olive skin tone, prominant, but not unflattering nose. He is a handsome specimen. You'd probably also be able to see common physical features to your own, as far as skeletal structure. In that respect, you could be genetic cousins.