Day: December 14th
Setting: Wintery forest
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Character in use: Tarik Cerevire http://roleplayerguild.com/showthrea...Character-Page
It had been a long journey from Southshore, the heat harsh over deserts and the wind biting over the snow lands, with vicious creatures to battle along the way. He'd been alone for a long time now, once part of a group that had been at his side fighting through thick and thin, but the devastating war of Horrick Mountains had rendered him alone once more. On his solo journey again for the Lost Jewel of Geldan, a precious stone that could grant one single wish at the cost of a sacrificed life, he hoped to stop his power hungry mother and restore peace to his homeland of Taelran.
The Equinox Nocturne race had been around for quite a while now, power hungry, racist, pure blooded and any not fitting that pure blood were sent for slaughter at birth. This could usually be told by inner darkness levels, displayed in the colour of hair and eyes. Those of significant darkness would hold black hair and red eyes, while those less so would have silver hair and yellow eyes, as for this young Nocturne... He had been born completely white haired and held eyes of green. A shameful birth to his mother, the Queen of Taelran. Yet he had not been killed, she had vowed to erase the inner light of the male and make him pure blood but none of her attempts succeeded. A race that clung to their darkness and their ferocity, their ancestors vampires, they had evolved into something much more. Years of vampires mating with others and through the generations those battling descendants mated with other species, soon enough creating the part wyvern purely dead species of the Equinox Nocturne. A true pure blood species only death could create.
Prince Tarik Cerevire had made it this far... A forest... in the middle of nowhere! Not far from the last city he'd visited but still.. Lost... Somewhere near a waterfall though he could hear the roar of crashing water as it cascaded down in a pure blue sheet. Sunny out despite the weather, trees bare but painted white with snowfall. The grass coated white in bliss and completely untouched, sparkling under the sunlight, the only flaw was the trail of heavy booted footprints that followed the Nocturne as he headed for the waterfall.