[GAME] The void between worlds page 4 (locked)

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Jacques
“Like holy shit is this tiring,” you say, leaning against a pole, out of breath. You’ve been working straight for the past 3 weeks, and you just barely worked up enough money to train that new move you thought up. You finish you final delivery for the day and head to a training center, and see Crystal Bitch talking to some kind of dragon. This town and their fucking fire specialists, it’s like some kind of failed gimmick. Oh well. I pass by, hoping to not be noticed.

 
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When asked his name, Ember grins. To dragons, names are very important. A name isn’t just to tell dragons apart; it’s partly for a dragon to relate family history, and longer is generally better, which is partly why some dragons look down on one- or two-named peoples. “Emberaknos Drakra Flarerer Greth Shatterclaw.” Expecting that construct to not understand his name’s meaning even though he is proud of it, he then shakes his head. “Ember is fine.” As far as that training center goes, Ember has no interest in it, as he prefers to train on his own with an instruction scroll at most for advice. He does continue following Laima though, for them to keep talking. “And as for how I got here, I am not entirely sure. I was in the middle of a battle, and a portal opened up under me, pulling me here.”

 
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Bella Thorne

I whistled and a dragon came. I jumped onto it and watched as I flew above the blur of trees. Dragons were faster than walking. I looked curiously at the blotches of color between trees and gasped at the electrical wire of technology. Back where I was, technology was shunned. “Thanks.” I grumbled to the dragon. The dragon grinned back at me and kept pace.

[I got tired of all my posts including running.]

 
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Laima

I nodded. “Ah. I wasn’t given a name similar to that due to the face that I was created by a human. They tend to not have that long of names, and they pass on their relatively short names to their creations, whether they are organic or not. I haven’t seen many of your kind, although, and this is not meant to offend you, I doubt you even knew my kind existed before you came here. Some people still don’t know whether or not I actually exist. Their reactions are often humorous.”

After talking with Ember for a while, I waved goodbye, heading into the training center. I payed the fee to train there for the day, and trained, specifically focusing on getting fire spells that can hit more than one target. Specifically, ones that can pierce through targets and ones that send out waves of fire.

 
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Flame trainer
The trainer decides to work on some simpler spells that reflect that, which don’t take much difficulty to do. “For a piercing flame, you really have to increase the sheer burning power of it whilst decreasing its size. This makes the job of the firebolt much easier, making it quite easy to burn through most organic substances. The waves of flame is just as simple, all you have to do is pretty much spread out the mana when casting the spell. Somehow, this does the same effect with your flames. Now be warned that using new skills the first time can be quite stressing and could potentially harm the user.”
After the length speech, the trainer has Laima try the spells over…and over…until something, ANYTHING works right. (35% on piercing flame. 42% On flame wave)