Prank Amiss -AT-Looking over her handiwork, Alyssa smiled. It was the perfect prank, set up in the perfect location. They wouldn't ever see it coming not even if they had set the trap themselves. Just one last touch to make it all complete, and then she'd leave. She felt her wrist for the bracelet, but was shocked to find it wasn't there. Did it fall off? Break? No it couldn't have broken. She whirled around, took a step backMore Like This
and only realized her mistake once the trap had sprung. Ropes flew everywhere, trapping her in a complex web of knots and twists and ropes. It was a relatively simple bind to get out of, considering the complexity, but only if one was thinking straight enough not to flail around. Which, unfortunately, Alyssa wasn't. She was already upset that she'd lost her bracelet, and now she was altogether completely flustered, flailing and writhing and wiggling in her attempts to free herself from the bind she'd gotten herself into. As she was flailing and writhing, she
Desire R2: Hide and SeekOnce the silver mist receded Alyssa raked her new surrounding. Long plain grass fluttered in the breeze under a forget-me-not blue sky. The sun half hidden behind clouds. She had to hand it to Turiel. This open plain was perfect for a battle. And she was not alone.More Like This
Alyssa said nothing but adjust her cap. She studied her new enemy with a feign look of nonchalance. Young (teens most likely), pale, skinny and tousled ebony hair. Alyssa never liked to stereotype people but the teen would not look out of place at some dark gothic place with rock music blaring.
Hello. Alyssa said. There was no need to beat around the bush if they both made it this far. Youre here for the wish?
Alyssa hoped the teena girl she reckonedwas not some cocky punk. Itd make reasoning with her a lot harder.
Obviously. She said with great implication that Alyssa was slow to the uptake.
Lips downturn in a slight frown, Alyssa got the distinc
Desire OCT: Tainted ReflectionTraveling downward in the well, slowly moving further into the darkness beneath him, Suoh tried to concentrate on nothing else except climbing down. The soft clanging of metal against his geta helped to ease his distraught thoughts, purge away the smirking face that plagued his mind. It seemed his presence would always haunt him, no matter where he was. Especially now that he awaited his wish, hoping that the terrible journey would soon end. Just for one moment, the warrior wished he could have peace at mind.More Like This
But the blue haired mans efforts were in vain as he pictured his past opponents, and saw their pained and lost faces. Lyle Shuei
Suoh shut his eyes at the thought. He realized, coming out of his fight with Lyle, that there was no way of leaving this wish business with a cleansed mind. He swore, leaving that chamber, that he would continue onto his wish so that defeating him would not be in vain. But to meet Shuei, to dare mistake him for a demon, to