1: Keep to a 6 post maximum per day guys.
2: Follow all forum rules
3: Please no spammiming, swearing, double posting or anything of the like.
4: Be curtieous to the other Rpers
5: Make your posts count, so try to make echa post atleast a few sentences (a good solid paragraph if you can)
6: Enjoy yourself and if you have a problem with anotheRPer PM me don't try to handle it yourself.
Also the RP will probably require NPC interaction so fill free to bring in an NPC for something is needed. (like an employer for a job or something)
Okay let's get started:
Birds cherped, merchants bribed, people scattered across the market street from store to store both building and stall alike on eitherside of a cobble stone street. It was a sunny day, a cool breeze blew and few clouds dotted the sky. Just a short distance away from the market area is a solid stone bridge with a calm flowing stream under it. The bridge was more than just a bridge to the naked eye it was just a stone structure connecting two sides of a city cut in part by a stream, but this bridge was a gateway of sorts, it had a much more vast area of destination if one knew how to use it.
Under the bridge embeded between a set of stones is a large steel door. The door opens and out from the darkness withing comes Serenity. She heaves a sigh as she sees the river and then smiles, "Man almost a year in the guild and I still get lost in the Spider's Pathway! 'Oh it's quicker that way' quicker my behind! I'm sticking to the roads for a while." Serenity closed the door and walked along the bank of the river until she could make it up the hill that the bridges edge met. Then she looked at the market street.
She hated that street, it was one of the places she was at the most with her parents, a loud lively place full of smiling faces and hurtful memories. Serenity shruged off a feeling of sorrow and walked away from the market street across the bridge. The bridge sepearated the North and East Districts of Xerania, the priest and thief guilds as well.
She walked along the mainly empty streets of the East District, the only people she saw were from the thief guild like her, that was really all that were in the East District, unless on business or if you're a gambler nobody really came the the east district besides the members of the guild that lived in the district.
"I wonder if I'll be getting a job soon, which makes me wonder even more if I'd have to work with someone to do it." Serenity said outloud to herself as she stretched and placed her hands behind her head while walking.
Rayne walked through the city gates, the tall bright stone towers standing on either side of the gate connecting the walls loomed over her as she walked. Last night was her final night at home, as a normal citizen of Alsonia, from now on she was Rayne, Xeraniean Squire. She had mixed emotions about her whole situation, she was happy she made her family proud, but extremely nervous and scared about being in a place where she would be monitored strictly and knew no one except herself.
She walked into the city immediately feeling out of place, she had entered from the north gate which lead directly to the market street. People bustled abou and shoved around, vendors shouted prices, store advertisers talked to everyone passing by trying to get them to enter the store they advertised. A man shoved into her and yelled at her for stopping infront of him. "I I-I'm sorry!" she sputtered as she quckly moved out of the way, but in doing so she got in someone else way and the process was repeated until she found a side street and ran to it.
Rayne sighed with relief as she walked slowly on the side street leaving the cackaphony of the market street behind. "I really am a small town girl, I've never seen so many people in one place, and that was only on street!" she said to herself as she walked. Her scythe glistened slightly in the light as she walked. "Well atleast I won't have a problem finding the Grand Castle, I could see it from the moment I entered the city!" She added. She looked towards the castle, and after what seemed like an eternity to Rayne, due to her nervousness, she was at the castle gates. She approached and a guard halted her, "Oh I-I'm one of the new squires!" she said sheepily, she presented a parchment stating that she was indeed a squire and the gaurds let her in.
"Let's see," she read the parchment, it said her superior office who she should report too immediately as soon as she got to the castle was a man named Grey Thomas.
She walked up to a gaurd and inquired,"Excuse me, um sir, have you seen a Mr. Grey Thomas around?" After a conversation with the gaurd she smiled thanked him and walked away. "That was helpful he said he'd either be in the library, his office, or the caffeteria. .........Now if only I knew where any of those places were." she sighed once more as she started to walk around the enormous castle searching for the Mr.Grey Thomas.