Deals with Devils /5/Faelynn leaned back as the wind blew stronger. She stretched out her legs and made herself more comfortable as she braced herself up with her elbows. The oncoming storm was beautiful as she watched its dark clouds approach from the rooftop of a towering building in her home city. She smiled as she relaxed and watched the sky. No missions or investigations, no worries of demons and devils for the time being. A content sigh escaped her lips as she smiled softly.Deals with Devils /5/ by EverEpic
Everything would return to normal within the order soon enough. The gardians were scrambling to regain themselves after their leader betrayed them. But everyone was enjoying the rush of magic they now felt in their home world. Every walker was benefitting from it. Faelynn was no exception as her power seemed stronger, her spells lasting longer and packing a harder punch. She no longer had as much trouble with the amulet that allowed her to move Roland between the planes with her.
A soft cough intterurpted her thoughts as she was
Deals with Devils /4/Tibalt stood in the doorway leading into the living room for a moment before he folded his arms across his chest and leaned against the doorframe, his left foot crossing over his right as he shook his head and chuckled lowly. "I should have known that she was the one that brought the demon into town."Deals with Devils /4/ by EverEpic
The demon sat in a small chair, the lush cushions absorbing the sound as the demon rose from its seat and turns slowly to walk towards Tibalt. "Who said I was a demon?" The girl smiled at the devil, her long black hair showing flashes of green, purple, and blue in the low light as she wallked. He horns started just above her pointed ears and rose to the top of her head before curling back around to almsot touch her danity shoulders. Her eyes glowed and unnatural white as her pale face began to show a faint smile. Her tail unwrapped from her waist and swayed from side to side in time with her hips as she walked.
She came to a stop in from of Tibalt, who found it increasingly difficult to k
Deals With Devils /3/Tibalt watched Faelynn from afar the next day. The woods provided him a decent amount of covering to be close without being seen. He had met her at Orsen's shop as usual, only pretending to run late. His order was simple for the day, pretending to be in the mood for something he knew Orsen would have had readied the night before. He walked with Faelynn through the market as she readied last minute supplies and looked over a new sleeping roll. Tibalt tried to presaude her to let him walk her home and say goodbye, but she refused using Roland as the prime excuse.Deals With Devils /3/ by EverEpic
"You know how he gets when you're around Tibalt. He goes off like fire in a dry field," Tibalt mocked softly as he watched her. His eyes showed all the malicious intent he had for her. His lips stayed curled in a sadistic smirk. His hands shook slightly from the excitement of seeing her take that damned wolf to another plane while confirming what he knew to begin with.
His heart raced and his breathing was fast and shallow. He f
Deals With Devils /2/Weeks had passed and since his last victim and Tibalt decided to rest for a bit. He wanted to focus on the woman he had met in the Orsen's shop earlier in the month. He kept his distance from her, choosing to time his trips to the butcher when she always showed up and from there attempt a small conversation as they walked through the market.Deals With Devils /2/ by EverEpic
She had become somewhat more pleasent then the first time Tibalt had met her. She would occassionally chat with the devil as they sat in the butcher's shop or walked through the market together. Although her orders were always ready when she arrived Tibalt made it a habit to get Orsen preoccupied with his order before she came. Though she had never officially given him her name he had learned it from simply walking close to her in the market. Her name was Faelynn. 'How enchanting,' had been his first thought upon hearing it.
She had begun to leave her wolf companion, Roland, at her small home. He raised too many suspicions from the fellow townsfolk