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Old 07-21-2017, 05:22 PM   #11
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Tbe creature?

Shishi spoke with his hands as they ran:

Won-qu? Not necessarily. The seal itself will strip this construct of its power, essentially debuffing the chimera of the traits necessary to shrug off physical attacks and mold chakra. I am unsure if you’re familiar with the clans in the country of Wind, but we worked with a certain one specializing in the mysticisms of barriers and seals.

The large tree grew closer and closer as he spoke, a bit more hope highlighting the warmth of his tone as he continued:

Alongside our ventures was a Priestess, too, who helped us further facilitate our vision, to make it more—tangible, if anything…

Sleek ancient robes fluttered to a quiet halt as they made it up the hill, where the large branches of the tree hung overhead like wind chimes whistling in a silent breeze. His footsteps came to a halt at the base of the Yggdrasil, where a large circular impression was indented within the bark, decorated by tribal inks that wove an intricate pattern within its design. Meters away from the large seal were seven small gray gravestones jutting from the earth below: six of the seven graves were filled. Shishi lifted a finger to adjust the spectacles on his face before letting his eyes fall onto the Hyuuga once more.

The source?” She asked about the initial source of chakra for this place, and that was a question he could easily answer, “My colleagues and I, of course.

Shishi stepped by the graves that sat in front of the tree and placed a hand on its large base. This was the reason he was capable of manipulating the area around them. Eyeing the seal, the bearded dustmen exhaled as if grateful to be a step closer of being freed from this place.

We were crafting a prison for the zealots of Assate. Not by request of Sunagakure or its Lord Eighth, but by virtue to stop them from ravaging our research. That little creature you may have met, A-tur, was a beast I tamed long ago due to its natural ability, if you will, to swallow things whole.

His hand clutched into a tight fist:

My colleagues and I crafted this construct together and sealed it within A-tur, with Won-Qu as the guardian within to decimate those who’d be sentenced to this pit, but…before we could complete our mission, we were sabotaged by those zealots and became victims of our own creation.

And now here he stood, sole survivor of their time within these walls. But not for long, he wouldn’t be trapped in here for much longer. As many people as he’s come across who have fallen into this prison, this was the closest he’d been to attaining some semblance of freedom.

Once you dismantle this seal, we’ll be able to defeat Won-Qu and escape.

You two seem rather capable in that regard, anyway.
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