Lunaris Adamantine

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  1. @@Arylett Charnoa, Doesn't like him? How can a crystal not like him? He wasn't sure what she was basing this ridiculous assumption on, but she did seems quite certain about what she was saying. Looks like she could hear the crystal maybe? Why else would she put it up to her ear. "What do you mean it doesn't like me? How can a crystal not like someone? It's just... a stone. Or is it some kind of weird organism that just looks like a gem? I'm confused, but whatever. It's probably best you hold onto the crystals anyways... considering you're the only one who walks on two legs anymore." @@Durandal, Lunaris turned to the former Bug-Horse and took note of his request. Artful Campaign was much easier to say than that other thing anyways. "Artful Campaign, huh? If that's what you want, then. Anyways, assuming this is all real, and not just some kind of delusion, then we really should get moving quickly. Even though this feels... weirdly natural, I still want to get my own body back. And if the rest of you feel the same, then we really should figure this whole mess out as quickly as possible. So, let's get moving then, shall we?" He motioned towards the passage they pointed out before, and started walking towards it. He was tired of waiting around and very determined to figure out exactly where they were. As well as what the hell was really going on.
  2. @@FortyTwo42, "Adamantine. That's, ADD A MAN TEEN. But yeah, I get that kind of thing a lot. Just stick with Lunaris." He was starting to take a look around, trying to see which way to go. Aero pointed out a direction, but there was no way of knowing where it would lead. But what's the best way to find out? Go find out for yourself! "Anyways, I guess we should just take our chances and go. Can't find out anything just standing here in the darkne-" @@Durandal, He stopped suddenly as he saw Apate suddenly turn into... a horse-like thing, similar to Aero, but with a horn instead of wings. Goodie, another mythical creature to add to the collection. "First a bug-horse, now a Unicorn? At least now you've got those holes patched up. Probably best to stick to that shape, if you can. Unless you want to be a bug-horse, but it might scare off anyone we meet... no offense, it's just kinda weird. Anyways, lets get going." @@Arylett Charnoa, He started to walk in the direction of the tunnel, but then he noticed that Anatase was distracted with one of the glowing gems. She picked it up and said something about it being alive? Well, glowing gems was certainly weird, but how could it be alive? Whatever, that didn't matter. Her interest in them gave Lunaris an idea that was sure to help them. "I've got an idea... we can probably take some of these gems with us, to help light the path. I mean, we don't really know if they'll be there the whole way out, so we would need some kind of light source if they stop showing up."
  3. Well, at least everyone was communicating now. But what was that Apate guy talking about? Some kind of flavor orbs? And colored bloodflow? Sounds weird, but he was definitely the weirdest of the group. @@Durandal, "I'm not seeing anything like what you're describing. My vision seems to be the same as before, no orbs or colors or whatever. Considering you are some weird... bug-horse thing, and your eyes are weird in general, it might be some kind of thing with that species... whatever it is." He was trying hard to think of what Apate might be, but nothing came to mind. He had never seen any kind of creature with holes in it's flesh like that. It seems he got the unluckiest form, compared to the rest. As for the Dog-Lady? She was bringing up a bunch of ideas about what was going on, but there was no evidence around to indicate if any of them were true. It was time to start taking action, starting with getting out of this cramped cavern "I don't know if any of that is true, hopefully we can find all that out. Anyways... maybe if we can find some civilization we can figure out what's going on, or at least where we are. But first we'll have to get out of this damn cave!"
  4. @@FortyTwo42, He hadn't really ever talked to Aero Wind before, but he had seen him on the campus very frequently. Though the circumstances were odd, it seemed like they were going to get to know each other better, regardless of whether they wanted to or not. At least he did have three others with him for this ordeal. Unless he was correct initially, and he was just extremely drugged. "Aero Wind... yeah, I've seen you plenty at the university. My name is Lunaris Adamantine, and as for the anemometers... those are the least of our concerns right now. Anyways, we've got to find out what's..." @@Arylett Charnoa, He paused as the bipedal dog-woman was flung towards him, and came to a sudden halt in front of him. "Okay... hello, and you... were that girl by the fountain? What's your name?" @@Durandal, He turned towards the other guy, that bug-horse who seemed to be, understandably, overcome with emotion, "And what about you, what's your name, Bug-Horse?" While he was talking, his mind kept wandering all over the place. Where were they? Why did they turn into... these creatures? How were they going to get home? For all he knew, they might even be stuck like that forever! He just kept thinking to himself, 'At least I've got wings now'. But then, he was saddened by the fact that he couldn't use them in this cave. But that didn't stop him from stretching them and flopping them randomly, trying to get a grasp on how to move them.
  5. Things were just getting silly now. Perhaps everyone got affected by the drug? It was time to get a hold of things and figure out what was going on. He reached his hand out, so he could see what it was doing this time, only he didn't see a hand. There was this... talon there, instead. It was moving like his hand was supposed to, and it responded like his hand normally did, but it was not his hand. Taking a closer look at things, his whole body wasn't his body. It was feathery and fluffy, and that wing? He poked at it, and indeed it was the thing that was bonked earlier from the... 'fall'. But he didn't really fall, did he? Everything was getting way to confusing. He tried his best to control these talons, and those strange dog-legs he apparently had, and was finally able to flop onto his stomach. At this point he looked and saw an upright dog-woman falling towards a... bug-horse, or something. Wow these drugs were extremely potent. Then, another creature, some winged horse, approached him, like an infant that just popped out of the womb, and asked him a question. The fountain? Yes, Lunaris did trip into a fountain, but as far as he could tell, the fountain was nowhere to be seen. Nothing indicated there was ever a fountain to begin with, and his body wasn't even wet in the slightest. But if that were the case, why would this guy be asking about the fountain? He was tired of all this confusion and just wanted to figure out what the hell was going on. @@FortyTwo42, "Yes, I did fall into the fountain, but where did the fountain go? Where did the whole university go? Wait... are you... that guy? You look like the weather guy I was talking to, and you have an anemometer on your butt. Why are you a pegasus? Why am I a... a thing? And what are those things?" He was pointing at the other two weird creatures in the cave. Pointing was about the only thing his claws were good for, at this point.
  6. Laying in the pool, Lunaris started to get an odd sensation... it felt as though he was sinking. In the fountain? It's only 6 inches deep, how could he sink? He looked down to see a pinkish glow from the water, and in it he saw something weird. Sime kinda dog with wings, or something. He must have been hallucinating, cause fountain water neither glows or shows him pictures of fantasy creatures. Probably hit his head as he fell into the water. Damnit! His mind was distracting him, like it always tended to do. He was still... maybe sinking, but he couldn't really move at all. He just got swallowed up by the luminescent pink water. Then the sensation of sinking slowly decided to turn into a quick fall, like there was no water involved at all. After a few seconds, he thudded against some soft dirt. He was surrounded by a soft glow of many different colors. This hallucination was getting to feel quite realistic... especially the pain in his back from that fall. Something was especially weird about the pain though. It felt like it was stretching beyond his back, like he bumped the elbow of an arm that was growing from his shoulder blade. Last he checked, he had no such arm, so it obviously wasn't real. He started to try and get up, but was having problems reaching the floor. His arms simply wouldn't bend like they were supposed to, and he just started kicking his arms and legs around until he flopped over to his side. It was then he saw a rather large wing fall in front of him. 'Hmm... I wonder where that came from', he though to himself. Woops! He forgot, there was that other guy who was touching the fountain. It must have some sort of drugs in it, so he had to warn him. Even though his mind was in some weird fantasy delusion, his body must still be in the fountain, and he had to warn them, so he hollered at the top of his lungs. "Hey! People! Don't touch the fountain, it's drugged with... meth or something!"
  7. We can give it a second chance, but I'd like to be sure that there will be enough content being posted to keep it going. I found it strange how even when I was working 50-60 hours a week at my job, I was still mostly just waiting for others to post. If everyone involved can possibly get two posts a week, then it would make things much better, for sure. Still, I think four people is a pretty small amount, but at least it helps eliminate wait time. Hopefully that will be enough to keep things going smoothly. We will still keep slots open in case others want to join, but we will be active in making sure people post quick enough. Also, thanks for speaking up about it. The fact that you are showing a some care towards the roleplay gives me more confidence that it can last longer. If everyone remains dedicated towards it, then we might just be able to get somewhere with this thing.
  8. @@Durandal and @@FortyTwo42, It seems you two are the only ones who are left, aside from me and Arylett. Unfortunately, since we have already lost 3 members, and it seems no one ever really has time for it anyways, we're going to have to close this roleplay. The pace was moving way too slowly right from the start, and it seemed like all that was going on was everyone waiting for someone else to post. A roleplay cannot work like that, as it throws off the entire balance and makes it less than enjoyable. I was looking forward to seeing this story through, but it simply cannot happen at the rate things are going. So thanks for joining, but it's now over... before it even really got started.
  9. After he received the Meteorologist's apology, he noticed a strange and ominous feeling was wafting through the air. Something was sending a ghostly chill down his spine, the feeling was like someone had poured liquid nitrogen between his vertebrae. His attention became less focused and expanded throughout the Courtyard. He started to take in all of his surroundings, trying to find a source for this unusual sensation. First was that young woman, the one who shrieked in surprise earlier. He couldn't help but feel he had seen her earlier that day. But he didn't have time to think about that. He noticed another figure rustling behind a pillar. Was he spying on someone? He's just... looking this way. Whatever, he's doing, it's best to keep an eye on him. But, this situation just kept getting stranger and stranger, another man came out of nowhere and waltzed straight up to the fountain. Then he started caressing it? Something must be wrong with that guy, either that or... no, there's just something wrong with him. Why else would someone caress a... fountain? The fountain... it had been there the whole time, but he hadn't given it a though until the weirdo appeared. Something was abnormal about it. It looked... like a normal fountain. But it didn't feel like a normal fountain. It's crystalline structure in the center was the same as always, except it was... glowing? It looked like it might be, but it was so faint it was hard to tell. He decided to get a closer look. He stepped closer and closer, squinting his eyes to try and see the maybe-existing glow. For some reason his usually exceptional abilities in observation failed, as he tripped over the edge of the fountain and fell inside, with a large splash that sent water flying in every direction. Not knowing what else to do, he just laid in the water. It felt good, so why let that good feeling go to waste?
  10. The pegasus next to him clopped Jerico a good one on the back of the head. "Jerico, enough with trying to pair Lunaris with every female in Equestria. Anyways, it is nice to see you, Lunaris. You should introduce us to your friend." Lunaris was caught off guard by the sudden appearance of these two, and giggled as the Pegasus bonked Jerico on the head, like he had seen her do many times before. But she was right, it was time for introductions. "I see Hazel is still keeping you in line. Anyways, this is Anatase. She's a Ruby Dog that I... bumped into on the way to see the Falls." He stepped aside, so they could get a better view of her. "Anatase, this is Hazel Neighston, and Jerico Spells. I met them in Baltimare, when I took up a job to help in the construction of some new buildings. Anyways, what are you two doing here?"
  11. He raised an eyebrow at her remark. Why would they go without even doing anything? He wasn't about to leave after just looking at the place. "Get going? but we just got here! Besides, there's gotta be someone here who you can talk to. We should go swimming! Have you ever gone swimming? It's kinda like flying, but more wet and a lot less scary." He was just rambling on, cause he was excited to have some fun there. He had been swimming before, but not in such a massive lake. It would be terrible to miss out on an opportunity like that.
  12. It was a fairly lengthy trip, but luckily they weren't too far away. Only a few hours passed before they could see and hear the falls in the distance. It was an amazing sight, and Lunaris couldn't help but start flying faster, so they could land as quickly as possible. He finally got close enough, and landed on the ground just after he started feeling droplets flying all around him. He lowered himself like before so Anatase could climb off his back. "Wow... I didn't think the falls would be quite this big. It feels like the air is ninety seven percent water!" He took a look around, and could see some Pegasus flying around the falls, and other Ponies swimming in the large lake at the bottom. All of them seemed to be having a good time. The perfect mood to meet a Ruby Dog, for sure.
  13. "Are you sure? We do-" He paused, as he was startled when she suddenly hopped onto his back. It seemed she was quite certain that she wanted to fly, probably so they could get there even faster. He didn't really have any objection, but hoped she wouldn't strangle him like before. "I guess we're flying then. Just be careful not to dig into my skin. Now hold on a little tight... the take-off is always a bit bumpy." The chamrosh started running off towards the mountain, and he could feel Anataste's body bouncing up and down on his back. Then once he got enough speed he spread his wings fully and started flapping, then they gently lifted into the air and things got much smoother. Then it was non-stop to Neighagra Falls!
  14. "We don't have to fly, I-" He was cut off by the Pegasus hollering above them. He looked up to the sky and spotted a flock of them. Or were they called a herd? That didn't matter, the point is they were being assholes, and it would no doubt be bothersome to Anatase. He looked back down and could easily tell by her expression that he was correct. His immediate response was to console her. "Don't listen to those Ponies... there will be many others who will accept you, I promise you that. They just... had a bad experience with your tribe. They would like you if they got to know you, I'm sure." He thought the only way to really cheer her up would be to introduce her to some who wouldn't judge her just cause she's a Dog. So he tried to hurry her to come to Neighagra Falls as quickly as possible. "I'm certain we will find Ponies like that in Neighagra Falls, so let's get there soon!"
  15. @@Driz, It's been more than two weeks since you posted in the Roleplay. I also noticed you haven't even been on the forums in a week. But regardless of that, if you don't post soon, or give us some sort of message in this thread, we are going to have to remove you from the Roleplay. We'll give you five more days, but if there's nothing from you by then you'll be removed.