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Old 02-22-2012, 09:30 PM
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Default Re: Kingdom Hearts: Unwritten [RP]

Daniel Conleth
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Outside the Great Hall

Daniel, having identified the book, looked around at the general reactions of the others. Dawn was still beside Daniel at this point, and was patiently sitting beside him, occupying herself with a stick. he then turned to Freya, who was clutching her forehead in pain. She then spoke in a tongue that Daniel didn't understand, exclaiming something in the strange language. Pausing for a moment to recollect herself, she then exclaimed something else in the same foreign words. A puff of smoke then drifted forth from her nostrils, the black soot issuing out into the air.

Meanwhile, Gotin had prepared to draw his blade, signalling that Daniel might be in danger. Jasmine, however, moved in between Daniel and Freya before any conflict might arise. She then addressed Freya and her actions.

"Master Freya, this is not how we handle this kind of situation. We do not demand explanations through violence from people who have come to this world by world book or other means. We take them to the elders so they can explain. It is to the elders they owe an explanation, not us. We are Masters of the Keyblade, we are not kings or queens or elders", she said sternly to Freya. The word "World Book" was prominent in Daniel's mind, because that exact term was on the cover of the leather-bound projectile.

"Did you say World Book? Well, that's what our mystery literature here is. I don't know why it dropped out of the sky, but I have one now", Daniel said, opening the book up to the first page. Speaking aloud, he began to read what was written there.

"Then, when this book finds it's rightful bearer, shall two bound to each other meet. Each bears the mark of flames, one of a world whose fire has burned for ages, and one of a world whose flame has just been lit."

The usage of flames as a symbol in the passage caused Daniel to stop momentarily, his past dredged up from the depths of memory. Fire had always possessed a power over Daniel's fate, since it first caused him to leave his homeland years ago. Now, especially, did that passage have an eerie depth to it.

Daniel came back to the present scene, and closed the book. He glanced at it one more time, and then held it out to Freya, for her to see for herself.
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