I found you, You found me. And now we leave Aug 15, 2011 23:14:33 GMT -5
Post by Kouyou Ichiki on Aug 15, 2011 23:14:33 GMT -5
For Your Consideration
Pawns: Senka, Coatl
Status: private, active
Setting: Starts near Coatls shrine
Scene: Leaving Coatls shrine
When Senka awoke the skies were a dismal gray. He surfaced from the small lake he spent the night in, his face barely viewable from the waters surface. Small rings dotted the lakes surface as droplets of precipitation struck the still smooth surface. It was quiet, empty. He could just make out the early morning sounds of the animals about him. Perfect. He dropped beneath the waters surface once more, heading for the muddy bottom. He began to concentrate then, focusing on bringing the waters down from the sky, and up from the lake, streams and rivers closest to him. He would take his time with this, they would know the flood would be coming, and he would give them some time to prepare, he had no malicious intent towards these people.
He waited and felt the water come to life, it's power wanting to overtake it's dryer brethren whom lived upon the earth. His thought controlled it, calming it here, fueling it there and he waited. He waited as the storm picked up speed. He waited as the the rivers became overburdened and spilled their contents across the forest. He waited as he felt the pool begin to form amongst the fields. He waited until he felt the heat of the sun try in vain to dissipate his clouds. And then he moved from his spot at the bottom of what was now a much deeper lake. He rose to the surface gently, quietly viewing the world on the surface. With no one to be found he moved silently through the water, a large tree his intent. He climbed halfway up it's ancient body, the water from the lake falling from him as if off the back of a duck, before dropping without a sound into the air. Climbing into the air, shrouded in mist cover towards the think clouds he looked down at his work. The denizens moved frantically to reroute the murky waters that threatened their fields and livelihoods, this plan thus working well enough. He reached the clouds and headed in the direction he came from the evening before, feeling for the pond from which they would meet. He could feel the heat of the sun baring down on him from higher now. It was close enough to when they should rendezvous, and he hope he wouldn't have to wait long for her.
He drop below the clouds, enshrouded in mist once more for cover. He spotted the pond and descended quickly into the trees, the more cover he gave himself the better. He touched down at the edge of the forest and kept an eye out for her, the clouds moving slowly taking on a lighter hue as the rain began to let up. They would be kept busy enough with the water, there wasn't any more reason to keep the rain flowing. Here's to hoping I don't have to wait long.