Finding the Daughter of Destiny (IC)
It is spoken of in legend, the children of fate... Fifty years ago, the legend had proved true with the Rampage of Turmoil. The Son of Sin rose from the Northern Kingdom of Drost and waged war on world. He killed millions in the name of saving the world from its eventual end.
Heroes from a small city on the continent of Larross, far to the south, rose up to fight the Son of Sin. They could not kill the powerful being. The Son of Sin was too powerful and his fate was to closely tied to the world's fate. Thus the heroes could only imprison him within his own Castle Sonobe at the northern most part of the planet. He slumbers, it's said, until the Daughter of Destiny comes to him and complete an ancient spell that will destroy the world.
This has not happened yet. The daughter is still nonexistent or hidden. The heroes from the war started schools on each continent. These schools collect the magically inclined and supernatural. It trains humans and monstrosities to fight the Son and Daughter of Fate.
The school in question is plainly called, The School for the Extra Ordinary, and it is located outside the very city the heroes of old originated, Tambrige.
Sylvia Frost, or Jordan Frost rather, approaches the bus stop that will change the hidden female's life forever. She already knew it was going to be dangerous for her, but her guise has never failed her and she was sure that it would be accepted at a school full of disguised monsters and the like. She tapped her shoe in a very boyish fashion. The damned bus was taking forever.
Sylvia brushed her grey hair from her eyes, annoyed at its constant growth. She tried dyeing it, but they grey would come back quickly. The bus stop was empty.
"Maybe this is the wrong bus stop..." She said softy, not bothering to cloak her voice as she would do normally. She glanced around, then pulled the letter out of her pocket. She was at the right place. It was almost the right time. Teachers and students use the bus right? There were dorms at the school, maybe they were already there? Great, just what she needed. A lonely bus ride to draw attention to herself.