Going Out With A Bang [Ask To Join] Apr 14, 2021 0:05:31 GMT -5
Post by Lu Rose on Apr 14, 2021 0:05:31 GMT -5
Going Out With A Bang
Lu Rose - Earthling - 5,000 PL
6/6 KP - 0/6 MP - 0% - Base Form
Lu decided that she wanted to spend her weekend training her magic. For some, that meant hours of meditation. For others, they might strain their bodies to be able to cast more without as much energy use. For Lu, this meant trying anything and seeing what stuck. As of recently, she had been staring off into space, thinking about her encounter with Ward, how he was so able to manipulate the scenery, moving walls and greeting torches that made no heat. It was so fascinating, hearing about the Kais and the Shin and their ability to create and destroy with ease. If she wanted to be a better hero, Lu figured she’d need to start small: with finally summoning that torch she had failed to create time and time again.
After her constant failures, causing confetti pops and blinding lights throughout the night, Lu’s parents forbid she practice the illusion magic in the house, meaning the bunny would need a new place to take her training. Calling upon her new Nimbus friend, the Bunny set to the skies, using her phone to call some friends and debate the best place to train without bothering people and surprising people said the western deserts. Not only was it pretty barren, but if Lu got bored, she could pretend to be a cowboy or befriend a coyote. With a bag full of snacks and her emergency phone, the Bunny shot onward to the wild west.
Arriving at the desert waste, Lu hopped off and waved goodbye to her fluffy friend who rode off into the sky, leaving the child to herself. Tossing her bag and sword onto a nearby cactus, Lu popped her paws and waddled to an empty space where she began to let her magic flow, focusing her illusion magic to her tips, shown by the purple, misty flow that streamed from them. Holding her hands out and focusing with a furrowed brow onto a patch of dirt, the girl began to mutter to herself, saying the same thing over and over again. “Torch… Torch… Torch…” After a bit of time, the magic began to flow out, starting to form the shape of a dungeon style torch with an active flame, revealed only by a pink formation. As it began to take solid form, Lu flinch from her anticipation, causing the magic to go wild and firing up into the sky, exploding like a firework.
The bunny snapped her fingers and pursed her lips. “Driddly drat.” She muttered, rubbing her hands together before trying once more. Same as the last time, the bunny formed the torch with a pink outline, materializing as she focused. Eventually, the torch was true to form, appearing real as can be for a novice. Curious of her success, Lu walked to the light and attempted to touch it, her fingers phasing right through the brim. That was no surprise. She was testing illusion magic, but even so, Lu couldn’t help but give a hearty jump and a cheer. “I did it, Ward! I did it!” As the child began to do her happy dance, the concentration would wear off, which led to the torch once more firing and exploding in the sky, causing the girl to turn up, disappointed by her added attempts of failure.
“Okay Lulululu, you got this. Just imagine your fire magic, but see through…” The Bunny said to herself, remembering the words of Ward. Combining magics was a good idea to get your bearings on certain spells. It made sense, if you wanted to make a fake fire, start a real fire! Holding out her hands one more time, the girl let the magic flow as powerful as she could, large streams of the pink essence flowing in the wind as the shape of a torch began to form, the fire on top providing heat unlike the previous fires. As she saw the heat grow, Lu focused the illusion part of the magic forward, causing it to explode from her, almost like a flame, and just as she envisioned she successfully made a t-
Lu’s push of magic created a loud boom, the illusion magic forming and mixing with her explosion magic as it tried to take shape. The irresponsible use of magic had led to an explosion so big, it could be seen from all across the desert, consuming the wasteland in an explosion that would give armies a fright. As the explosion consumed the land, not a single plant, animal, or even spec of dust was disrupted. The explosion, despite its size, held true to typical illusion magic, leaving no heat or wind as it travelled, just a mushroom of light and dust. As the explosion cleared, Lu stood at the blast site, frozen in shock and fear. “Oopsie.” She muttered, her hands slowly falling to her side.