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Taking Out a Wizard

Deep in the water is a large void of space that is always drawing water towards it. This has caused a massive whirlpool to form above it. Things that get pulled in are never found, ever.
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Taking Out a Wizard

Mon Jan 27, 2014 6:13 pm

The hum of a turbine engine could be heard mixing with the sounds of a waves as the General blasted towards the Abyssal Whirlpools on the back of a standard Dominion Hovercycle. Closing in on his destination the General would slow the hovrbike down and use his HUD's to scan both above an below the waters for any signs of the Dark Mage.


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Re: Taking Out a Wizard

Mon Jan 27, 2014 7:47 pm

►As tG rode across the waters, he would notice the ruff waves that crashed across the surface of the water, yet there was no other sign or source of wind to the causing it. The sky itself was also black, high above the stirring waters, thick black clouds ushered above, a sure sign of an approaching storm. As tG scanned the area, there would be no exact sign of the mage him/herself, however he would notice there was multiple pockets of very dark energy dotting the underwater landscape, the largest of them was inside the void of the Abyssal Whirlpool, which, apart from the dark energy that tG would be able to detect, was completely blocked from his view. The other pockets, upon further examination, also seemed to be veiling something from view, although if tG wanted to know what it was, exactly, he would have to take a much closer look. A signal ship, merchant in nature, was also approaching these waters, its direction and speed seeming to indicate that it would cross very near the whirlpool within a 10 minute window of time (within three of my posts).◄
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Re: Taking Out a Wizard

Wed Jan 29, 2014 5:06 am

the General would skim across the water a bit higher now, he wanted to at least keep the hovercycle safe for now. His HUD would begin picking up pockets of energy deep below the surface. Suddenly, a merchant ship would appear on the General's HUD, instantly, he would begin hailing it hoping the captain would pick up.

"This is the General, Represetative of the Dominion Federation, it is advise you turn your vessel around and head to the nearest port, I repeat, head to the nearest port, these waters are not safe" the General would say.
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Re: Taking Out a Wizard

Wed Jan 29, 2014 11:27 pm

►The ship didn't seem to be getting tG's signal...perhaps something was blocking his transmission. The ship continued on its course without deviating. Meanwhile, the waters around the abyssal whirlpool began to stir unnaturally. A small pulse seemed to be emitted from the pocket of dark energy in the void below and simultaneously smaller eddies branched off of the main whirlpool and began to move across the ruff waters towards the path of the ship, growing larger as they went. Still now there was no sign of the wizard, only the strange dark energies that lay in pockets underwater.◄
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Re: Taking Out a Wizard

Fri Feb 07, 2014 11:14 am

After the General had sent his hails, the ship did not respond. the General would then have a holographic version of himself head towards the ship to inspect it. He himself was about to go diving, but that ideas didn't last very long before the General's HUD picked up anomalies in the water that were heading towards the innocent vessel. Without much time to think about it, the General would drive the bike towards the ship. As he moved towards it he would call forth the Core Blade and ready it if needed.
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Re: Taking Out a Wizard

Fri Feb 07, 2014 4:27 pm

►As the hologram of tG approached, a sudden shift in the ocean began to occur. A pulse broke across the surface, originating from the center of the whirlpool itself, then moved outwards. Once the pulse moved past where the ship was, the entire area of water suddenly and very violently shifted. The ocean surface suddenly went from generally flat (with a few waves) to the inside of a cone shaped funnel, the water level suddenly skyrocketing, as though the entire area of the ocean was suddenly trying to swallow up the ship. Currents would swell throughout, pulling all the water down towards the main center whirlpool, dragging the ship with it naturally. If the hologram was to reach the ship at any point in time, a sudden burst of greenish energy would engulf it, as though it had hit a wall and been dissolved. Otherwise, it seemed as though the ship was making no progress in fighting the currents that were suddenly and very rapidly pulling it towards the Whirlpool.

If tG wasn't careful, the sudden change in the ocean surface would no doubt cause him to be suddenly submerged and pulled into the currents, dragging him towards the main center Whirlpool, and the Abyss below. Meanwhile, at the same time that the Ocean changed, the pockets of energy had began to open, but instead of releasing energy, seemed to pull energy from the main Abyss that was below the Whirlpool. These would continue to do so as the event progressed, draining the energy of the main abyss and pulling it into the various other pockets that were positioned all along the rim of the newly formed cone, although underwater still. And still, as before, the wizard remained out of sight.◄

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