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- P o l t e g e r i s t . N i g h t - [ RP ]
Posted 26 February 2012 - 02:00 AM
[font="Arial Narrow"]It was disappointing, that's for sure. But she easily understood how infuriating that song could seem, especially towards G and Set, who were the most affected from such incident. At that same moment, the candles were lit in a reddish flame, only it seemed to have orange streaks inside it. The light shrouded the room, and Henrietta was revealed to have changed back into her scarlet self. Her face blank and cold. Silence clouded the room, until she decided to step out of herself. Her steps were heavy, but it was hardly even noticeable for normal people. The room was shut with darkness again, and not even could be heard. It almost seemed that nothing has even happened.
[- w - (shrugs)]
Posted 26 February 2012 - 02:30 AM
What was that sound... Sayuri looked around, her eyes adjusted to the dark couldn't see anything out of place.
Posted 26 February 2012 - 02:48 AM
However, for the Endo Siblings, something much more than the haunting atmosphere terrified them. It was out of curiosity as one might say, and as the Two Endos were quickly scurrying as far as they could, they couldn't help but think of the same thought, 'WHY DID THEY HAVE TO OPEN THE DOOR?'
Pants of the various kind were echoing endlessly as it coordinated with heavy runs. Rustling sounds were there also, but it sounded to unfamiliar to even be considered human...or animal. "Now I know what the gibberish sign ment" laughed Akio as he ran, his sister on his right was more than displeased at his statement, "This is no time to laugh about it Akio-kun!" Her voice was a bit raspy from her loss of breath, but it was still understandable from the way she screamed it.
Akio could only shrug, and his sister merely took a heavy sigh as they went through a bend in the hallway. But of course, rush always leads to messy accidents. That fact was made true as soon as the two end up colliding into an unfamiliar figure. Landing in a messy pile on the floor. At that moment, not only the unfamiliar rustling noises could be heard, but also moans of pain and apology.
Posted 26 February 2012 - 02:57 AM
*THUMP THUMP THUMP*
Was she hearing the sound of paws?
Posted 26 February 2012 - 03:05 AM
Posted 26 February 2012 - 03:19 AM
Sayuri pulled the both of them to their feet and had them run in front of her. Partially because they were the first people she had come across and to make it easier to split, if the need ever arrives. The thumps were getting louder and closer as they raced up the staircase. What should she do? Try to find a room with them or hide in the vent and leave them to get....attacked? Eaten? Ripped apart?
"Do you guys know this place well?"
Posted 26 February 2012 - 03:28 AM
But the real problem was, they didn't have anywhere else to go, and neither of the two had a map of the frigid mansion. So what could they rely on? Instinct.
"No, we don't have a map, we'll just have to open any of these doors and hope we get in just in time" Akio's panting was now much more evident, and it seemed as though, Akio was gaining on the serious side of the situation. Much to Reika's delight. "Here! Its open! Quickly get in!" exclaimed Reika, holding a door open so the two could get in. The door was a bit mashed from a crack through its pane, and it was easy to slide into.
Posted 26 February 2012 - 03:46 AM
"Have you two here for long? Is there something I need to know about this place? Don't tell me that this is actually a cult? I've have had experiances..."
The two of them stood near the door, listening mostly to the thumps outside. The creature must prowling the floor, tracking their scent.
Sayuri got up off the bed and ripped the sheets from the bed. "Help me stuff this under the door. It won't be able to sniff us out with all this dust. Maybe we could try the moving the desk next."
Posted 26 February 2012 - 04:06 AM
Both the Endo siblings merely nod at the girl's optimism, but they had no idea how answer her first question. Instead, they took the privilege to help the girl lift up the sheets & hastily stuff into the door's bottom.
The thumps & rustles of fur were starting to fade into the dark hallways, nothing but their own breathing could be heard. Reika sighed heavily, while her brother Akio slumped on the ground panting. "One-heck-of-a-chase...!" Reika nodded, "Agreed"
Posted 26 February 2012 - 08:10 AM
Posted 26 February 2012 - 08:52 AM
Posted 27 February 2012 - 10:15 AM
Posted 27 February 2012 - 10:57 PM
I actually let a laugh slip out, a little bit of a deep guffaw actually (much to my distain), at the proceedings before me, mainly how they reacted when they finally noticed my presence.
I quickly regained my composure and give a reaction much like that of a certain purple-haired priest from that old Anime series.
“I have to admit, I'm another one of the fools who got caught up in this cruel and twisted sadistic devil's game of fate, just like you poor lot... not saying I'm any better, of course.”
I paused a moment, even though I already knew what I wanted to say.
“...You're right you know, though...”
I addressed the one who I was watching over that had been sleeping, addressed by the third one to enter as 'Nax', and drew up my bag of tricks, pulling something out,
“...I could have killed you the anytime while you were sleeping...”
The item I pulled from my bag was a favorite prank of mine... a switchblade knife, the blade released with a clear and audible pop...
“...it wouldn't exactly have been hard.”
I paused again, to see how they would react, but quickly placed my finger on the point of the blade and pressed.
The so-called 'blade' bent easily under the pressure...
“Relax!” I called out, just to ensure that they didn't attack me. “It's fake.”
I released the tension on the 'blade' and it sprung back to its place... one of the most classical of all magician's toys, the trick knife. I quickly put it back in my bag and closed it.
“I'm not the type to do something like that, I was just trying to get my point across... that wasn't the smartest of things you could have done, Mr. Nax, splitting up like that, you know... especially if you intended to go to sleep...”
I reprimanded this Nax, but from what I had overheard I could tell he needed the rest...
I turned to the other two.
“...How far away were you guys anyway?”
Posted 28 February 2012 - 02:22 AM
Posted 28 February 2012 - 03:31 AM
...Okay, this isn't quite as bad as interrogation, yet still, harsh penalties for being a brain.
...Hmmm, one at a time here, guys.
I causally rose from the seat and stretched slightly, cane in hand, my muscles tingled slightly as if lethargic from their long periods of inactivity.
“You ask if I know what we're up against here, good sir,” I addressed the third, “I find must ask if you know the answer to that question yourself. But as for what I'd suppose... mmm... Spirits? Ghosts? Devils? A unsightly gaggle of nasty ghouls from the depths of the Great Beyond...”
I slowly approached the group, while keeping a small bit of distance for their sense of security.
“...What would you say of a curse?”
I gave the creepiest possible vibe I could muster while saying that, then spun around on my heel and shrugged.
“But that's just what I'd estimate from the signs.”
It seemed as if these fellows wouldn't be very well versed in the occult, so I decided to indulge myself with my speech.
Twirling my cane in my hand, I continued.
“The monsters themselves appear to be some form of concoct chimera or homunculus creatures styled after deep 17th century Abominations of the greater cult of Sacramort, but then again, that's just a guess.”
I paused, bringing my cane to rest on my other hand.
“Then again, there seem to be a multitude of types with variant uses, as displayed by the Grenadier here,” I poked my cane in the direction of the acidic monster, “so there is always the possible connection of demonic spawn, chevalier, or familiars...”
I paused again and turned back to face them.
“Is that enough for you, or shall I continue?”
I didn't need an answer.
“You asked if I could defend myself, you sir and Mr. Nax...”
There's no point in playing my hand too early, that would only get me into trouble later.
But still, I needed to be able to stay with this group here, for my best interests...
I approached the third man and seemingly merely walked by him, only brushing slightly against him.
This man is interesting, he's a gambler I assume? He seems to carry poker chips with him in his pockets.
I wonder if he noticed what I did?
“...well, sometimes it's what you can do out of conflict that makes you worthwhile to the group, wouldn't you agree?”
I dropped a handful of his chips on the floor.
“...Well, what do you say?”