Magic Ascension - Chapter 001: Suppression
"Right..." Aquario sighed upon seeing Magiana's state however it was not the first time he saw her like this. Every time he happens to see her it fills him with despair. 

Aquario thought for a brief moment before holding up his staff and allowing the tip to glow a pale blue color. He concentrated silently until gently tapping the tip of the staff on Magiana's forehead, the iridescent glow seemingly absorbed into the girl's body. Magiana would begin to have dreams about being a high-class mage and mastering her magical abilities. With her strong magic, she would be capable of saving those in trouble and perform amazing feats. He was careful not to show any family or friends in her dreams.

"There, she should be a little more at peace for now. Hopefully, this makes it easier to alter her memories."

"Looks like 'Suza is pretty popular, huh?" Nicori giggled. "Isn't that right, Mom?"

Z did not reply because she was asleep on the top podium. Her head was on top of all the paperwork she needed to do and her eyes were a solid black color, indicating her sleep. She snored peacefully as she seemed completely exhausted.

"There she goes..." Faunix said with a chuckle. "I guess Master Z is still not used to all the paperwork and meetings she has to attend to."

"She's been getting less sleep. Good, the imp needs to pull her weight some more anyway." Lix added. "She should be more hardworking like Master Shine, I think this is a good lesson for her."

"Maybe, but I feel kinda bad for her. She has to pick up a lot of slack from both sides and represent an entire society. She can't even use her clones since she physically has to attend all meetings and whatnot. It must be draining for her, physically and mentally."
[Image: MbVtHfX.jpg]
"They Call Me the 'Vibe Checker', Sweetie..."
“That’s the life of the Grand Sorceress, I’m afraid. Master Z will have to big up the slack and represent the good of our people. We already got a bad reputation for making evil mages, that people are opting to teach themselves rather than come to us.” Ballows sigh.

“And that’s why we need this mission to be successful.” Tort said. “If we can reverse the effects of that ancient magic, we might regain our good reputation back, and save the girl.”

Bob frowned. “Can I at least take a look at it? I ain’t gonna steal it!”

“But I do have a question, for the grand council. Supposed we take this girl’s sister, and all that. What happens when none of that works? Then what? Do we kill her?” Liza asked. "Maybe Vox can end her suffering...kukukuku" 

Ballows turns to Tort, the latter also in concern. “No, we ain’t going to kill her!!! That’s nowhere near in our minds. We just have to keep watch after that until we find a way.”
[Image: JVqTWoz.png]

The only thing humans are equal in is death

Original StoriesNo Heroes | Good Days | Carnage Hero
Art Archive: Art Box | Twitter | Instagram
Vox says as he pomp some potions him self "Odds are it's some thing that will help with fire magic Bob. The question is how a deal will they make this after we finished."
I will fine one later
Magiana settled into her bed giving a pleased hum to herself. The grip on Olivia's hand loosened.

Okawa nodded, stepping forward and waving her wand, whispering an incantation under her breath until a soft glowing ball of light began to form above Magiana's head, amorphous until it slowly formed into what looked like a floating book, pages and all. They were Magiana's memories. Okawa took the mystical shears and began flipping through the pages categorically until she reached the sections concerning her family. Grasping the sections one at a time, she slid the scissors' blades through the material in one smooth movement. Over time as she worked snipping out memories containing Asuza or her family, pages neatly drifted up into the air like feathers. 

All that was needed was to stitch the gaps and fill them in with generic memories of happiness with her mother. Okawa didn't want to completely sever the bond. 

"Alright... that's all of them. They'll turn into mist soon, so seal it all and we'll see how it worked out."

Olivia caught a page between her fingers, examining it briefly to see it play out like a small looping clip of the two sisters playing together as children. With a sad smile, she let it float back up with the others, a small sigh escaping her lips. "Poor you."

Asuza pulled her arms out of the portal, not turning around as the conversation took a dark turn in topic. She took a few steps up to meet the back of Liza's chair, gripping it with two hands.

"Hey... what was that you were laughing about just now?" Her voice was low with a flat tone, leaning over the chair slightly to look at Liza from over the shoulder. 

"I'm sorry, it seems I didn't quite catch the joke... maybe you'll answer differently if I ask you to explain why it's so funny." Asuza stared down at her with a vacant expression betraying her piercing gaze, her hands tightening onto the chair and scratching down burn marks into the wood. "Explain it to me while sitting on this flammable piece of furniture."

Forum Jump:

Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)