|Re: Lars's Diary|
Subject: Re: Lars's Diary
by gabriela on 2011/6/24 7:21:23
@blue-water52: yeah, it is XD
Been away for a while, and AM already seems like a different place to me. i'm now a college freshman, and i missed writing. i can't promise regular updates, as i have yet to get used to the flow of college life (and i really really want to get the highest grade possible!) but i'll still try. my writing is rusty though :|
anyway, i need some help. actually, a LOT of help. what happens next when they go to Sedona? i've forgotten a lot of the quests, and i don't know the order in which you have to complete them >_< haha!
here goes a really short update.
When we arrived in Aveyond, only the Oracle was present in the main part of the Sun Shrine, and Talia wasn't there. We were all puzzled; I dreaded that the Oracle would tell us that the druids had gone missing and we had to find them again, or something like that. But then I noticed that her face wasn't grave; merely exhausted.
"Welcome back, Armaiti," she said, almost sighing. "Thank you so much, children; you have no idea how long I've been waiting for this..."
"Where are Rashnu and Vohu Manah?" Armaiti asked.
"They're in the basement, arguing. Talia couldn't take it so she went out. They're down there," she replied, pointing to one of the stairs going down.
At that moment a cry sounded from said basement: "Oracle! Rashnu punched my face AGAIN!"
The Oracle scratched her head in frustration hard enough to ruin her elaborate bun. "Well, Vohu, what do you expect him to do?! You've been bugging him day and night ever since you've been here! I'd have sent you out of the shrine for awhile if that bastard Ahriman wasn't messing up things!"
She actually called Ahriman a bastard! Well, he is one, but you'd hardly expect the nice old lady to actually use such language, right? Even Armaiti looked shocked, so maybe that's an indication that she was never like that before. He walked toward the basement where the arguing pair were, yawning a yawn that seemed to say "Here we go again..."
All of us were looking at the basement entrance to see what would develop. Then we heard Armaiti say, "Go back to your bedroom and leave Rashnu alone, Vohu!"
"Do it! Or I swear I'll make Eithera chop off your head when she gets here..." Armaiti threatened.
"Nooo! Not Eithera! Aaaaaaaaaah!" Then we heard a slam of a door. Armaiti and Rashnu did what sounded like a high five. "Woah. I can't believe that did the trick."
"Me too. I wasn't counting on that. Did you know that your eyebags are getting really dark?"
"You're welcome," Armaiti replied, as if what he said was really a compliment. Then he went up again. "Oracle, tell me again how Vohu Manah became a druid? I forgot."
"You know, I can't remember either," she
"Oh well. I guess I'll go to sleep now....thank you children, for bringing me here. I wish you a safe journey to wherever you're going..."
So anyway, we gotta get the druids faster or else the ones in the Sun Shrine will go insane. But first, we're going to go sightseeing in Sedona.