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Utterly A False HopeThe Songless [SG] joined chat.
Flushed Queen [<3] joined chat.
Flushed Queen [<3] is now The Signless [♋].
SG: ((I'VE BEEN SO LONE-))
SG: the wrapped up woman looked over, her eyes widening a bit at the sight of the cloaked man. she began to sign, 'h-hello.'
♋: *Signless smiled beneath his hood and said,*
♋: Would you feel more comfortable if I signed too? Or is my just talking fine?
♋: I do not with to upset you or anyone.
SG: 'oh no! it's perfectly alright. do as you please!' she signed, and smiled a little under her... cloak, so to speak. all but the woman's eyes and horns were covered up in a turban like wrap, which, of course, was black.
SG: her horns curved inwards, resembling a bass clef in music.*
♋: *Signless smiled and nodded*
♋: I haven't seen you at any of my speeches. Are you familiar with my sermons...
♋: *he trailed off, silently wondering her name*
SG: the woman's maroon eyes
Undead Care (Chapter 3)"I'm a monster!" She moaned, burying her face into her hands, more tears spilling from her eyes as she sat in the snow.
"Troubled." He simply said, loud enough for her to hear.
"Hm?" She uttered, looking up to him.
His hand was already extended towards her, but she didn't take it. The distraught blue-blood decided instead to curl up and squeeze her eyes shut, another wave of tears about to spill-
Only to be gently scooped up in the strong arms of The Exorcist, bridal style.
"I am the true monster here, dear Troubled."
The sky blue-blood opened her eyes and looked up at him, anger crossing her features.
"But I killed my-"
"That does not make you a true monster. I have shattered thousands of matespritships, morialligences, kismesi, and auspitences because of what I do. I'm practically a hitman. Now, in my work, I have partially caused your undoing, and I know what you have done, and what ales you. I have seen and done things you wouldn't even dream of. If that does not ma
Undead Care (Chapter 2)The Exorcist sat and thought for a while, before finally deciding to take it upon himself to care for this broken mess of a troll.
It's not like he needed to be heard from again, right? He may have met the same fate as The E%patri8 had he reported back having failed the mission.
Or rather, not completing the mission (he was sure that in The Empress' eyes, it was failure.)
Either way, he stood up and approached her slowly, (he had already long backed up to give the duo some space), as if one sudden movement meant her demise. His scythe was now partially buried in snow, but The Exorcist didn't care.
His current mission was to reach out for her.
If he was honest with himself, then he would say that...
He needed her.
And he was sure that she needed him.
He knew she needed him, now.
Bracing himself for the worst, he called softly, gently, so as not to startle her,
Her body was hunched over and shaking with grief, her unkempt white hair trailing in front of the top of her
Undead Care (Chapter 1)Her condition was pitiful.
That once proud sky blue-blooded troll, now a sobbing, broken mess.
The subjugglator frowned. This would not do.
Not at all.
The Empress had sent him on strict orders to cull the ice blooded troll, once known as The Retained.
The she-troll was now known as The Troubled. And according to Her Imperious Condescension, The Troubled was disgracing her caste, and saw that her life was no longer needed by society.
She had to die.
It honestly wasn't fair. Them having ended up like this.
She had been at least accquainted with the closest followers of The Signless in his revolution, that much he knew. However, it was their little secret.
The Troubled- far back into her youth when she bore the title The Retained -had some connections with that mutant blooded Signless and his closer followers (like The Dolorosa or The Abducted), although she was thought to have been closest with The Psiioniic.
To the point where they entered the red quadrant.
Or so rumor had it.
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