as sadistic as himself who would not be phased by danger, our having peoples' lives at risk. Afterall, that was one of the most fun parts of Data Spell!
"Well, personally I have no idea who it is...I don't think anyone knows more than a conspiracy or two. Though some of the more foolish newbies got caught by that cult that's been growing recently. Kind of funny how they keep sacrificing innocent players when they claim to be the heros to rise up against 'Tyrant Ex'." Honey shook his head, as if disappointed by the cult's idiocy. Not that he wished for any of it to stop; it was an amusing spectacle, to say the least.
"In anycase, why the sudden interest? Are you one of the cult fanatics...or part of Ex's lackeys or something?" He asked, shooting Kiren a smirk. Clearly he wasn't opposed to the idea of being on either side. All the bloodshed and competition for power seemed pointless to Honey, but the meaningless violence was almost always entertaining to watch from the sidelines.
While the mage did take a moment to admire the astounding collection of avian citizens surrounding her, she quickly became impatient. "YOUR KING!!! I SAID BRING OUT YOUR KING!!!" She roared, her voice echoing unnaturally throughout the kingdom. Her grimace turned to an amused smirk as she began to laugh, as if slowly losing her mind. "Or is he...hehehe....too scared to face a ghost from his past? Hehehehe...you could even say he's....CHICKEN! HAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!" Rin continued to laugh hysterically, clenching her stomach and stumbling about as she grew out of breath, until she suddenly stumbled off the platform. She wasn't falling for long before she reappeared levitating by one of the walls of the kingdom, her long violet cape flowing behind her. Without a word she suddenly slashed at the wall, leaving massive claw marks engraved in the rock. "Better hurry and find him!" She remarked, appearing by some unfortunate bird and kicking whatever he was perched on with such force it instantly crumbled.*"Or there may be nothing left of your kingdom but dust!" She grinned menacingly, flying all about the kingdom, breaking whatever structures dhe could get her hands on. Rin did not attack anyone directly, but she would gladly reduce Aquila to rubble if Urick didn't come out of hiding soon enough.The efficient, organized inner workings of the kingdom were all suddenly thrown off-track with the appearance of a sudden pink cloud making its way through the complex inner structure of the hollowed-out mountain. Birds of every assortment banked sharp turns, many nearly crashing into each other, if not the walls, as loose feathers clouded the large, open-air space that served as everyone’s flying space. From there, various tunnels connecting to this large, open space led to other, smaller rooms, each with distinct purposes. Birds who happened to be coming out of said tunnels or just perched on the ledges in-between all stopped and stared at this unusual abomination. Not even their eagle eyes could decipher what it was.
Though eventually the cloud stopped moving. The majority of it stopped where it was and began concentrating itself in one location. Eventually the dust came together in the form of a young girl, a human girl. Or, at the very least, humanoid, as the stitches across her body and rotted flesh suggested she was more zombie than human, if there was such a thing? Either way, she was rather an unsettling sight, as work in the kingdom suddenly halted just so the feathered Data Spell members could marvel at her. Birds of every species found some sort of perch as quickly as possible, and the echo-y corridor quickly filled with the murmurs of who and what this girl possibly was, and why she was after the king. Likewise, many were hesitant as to whether or not they should flutter off to his quarters and summon him.
Besides, most higher-ups were aware he was busy taking a nap.
Ryu paused and looked up at his feathery companion, clearly befuddled. "What's the rush? We just got here." He remarked. "Don't tell me you're bored already!" He was utterly oblivious as to why Free was so eager to leave. Droc didn't seem like a bad place at all, and he felt his excitement grow as he heard even more players down the way.Free caught up with Ryu as quickly as possible, finding a suitable perch as soon as the opportunity was given. The whole time he couldn’t shake the uneasy feeling that he’d get in trouble for coming this far out, all the way out to Droc, without much of a valid reason to. “You know,” he spoke up, perching on the roof of a nearby building. “Since you’ve already made it to the village, perhaps I should… take my leave?” he asked shyly. “I don’t think I should’ve wandered this far out to begin with… I should probably head back to the kingdom now….” he mumbled timidly. This newcomer was clearly the eccentric type, and he wasn’t sure how he would react to suddenly having to leave… or that this game has a sort of kingdom, either. Strange boy already thinks he’s in Hyrule….