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Maki
 Posted: Dec 28 2016, 09:26 PM
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Yeah, this was a stupid place. It was nearly as stupid as the Deep Roads, only with the Deep Roads, one could easily ignore it because it was underground. Out of sight, out of mind, unless one was paranoid. Maki wasn't, and she didn't particularly care if the darkspawn poured out onto the surface and attempted to invade the Western Continent, as long as the stupid fuckers stayed away from her home.

Oerba was a little more difficult to ignore, because it was on the surface. Its inhabitants were just as stupid as the darkspawn.

Maki had been watching them for a time, sitting indoors on the windowsill of an old house, unseen. The monsters living here were extremely ugly - just as ugly as Oerba itself - and they just roamed around the place with no real goal in mind. They were just... there. They didn't attack her because they hadn't seen her, meaning that either she was good at avoiding them, or that their senses were poor.

Probably both.

The more she watched them, the more Maki realized something. She was bored. These things were boring. Why the hell did the Goddess think they were such a good idea in the first place?

Well, she guessed she could see how entertaining it would be if some dumbass traveler came by and pissed the monsters off. But most people avoided coming here because of the monsters. That was because most people were wimps.

Maki scowled. This was a waste of her time. Maybe she should've stayed home.
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Dovahkiin
 Posted: Mar 14 2017, 06:43 PM
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Dovahkiin hadn't been in Oerba for a long while. He had traveled to a lot of places during his time in the world, but he felt like it was time to go look back at some places that he hadn't gone to in several weeks. It had been months, even, he was sure, since he had last come here. This wasn't one of those places that a person can just ignore after leaving it the first time. The Cie'th didn't seem to just disappear and stay away. They were kind of like the darkspawn in that sense.

So, here Dovahkiin was, strolling his way into the abandoned town of Oerba. There was very few abandoned settlements in Skyrim. In fact, the only one he could think of was Helgen, unless someone included the Dwemer ruins beneath the surface of the province. Maybe it was because they were abandoned for so long that he didn't count them. Then, again, he didn't know quite how long Oerba had been abandoned either.

Of course, abandoned places were never truly abandoned, which was why he was here.

Dovahkiin drew his sword. He had recently gotten it sharpened, and it was a blade that would do him some more good. He inspected the tip before giving it a swing in the air. It whistled, and the corner of his mouth twitched. He liked the sound it made.

Now, that he was ready, he started his way further in, his eyes and ears open for any Cie'th that might come lumbering his way.

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Maki
 Posted: Mar 14 2017, 10:59 PM
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Maki was just about to leave and head home when she sensed that another person had arrived on the scene. She sat up straighter; she knew who it was. There was no mistaking that presence.

The Dragonborn was here.

She didn't see him at first, but he eventually walked into view, sword in hand. The mollusk smirked. Dovahkiin was, quite frankly, one of the few people on this planet she respected, even liked. And he wasn't someone who would run away from the sight of the dumbass monsters who lived in Oerba. If they had any sense in their brains - if they had any brains - then they should turn around and flee the moment they saw him.

Of course, these monsters were as stupid as shit, so they lived up to her expectations by suddenly coming crawling out from the streets and the buildings to meet the guy. Bad choice on their part.

"This oughta be good," Maki muttered to herself. Maybe it was worth the trouble coming all the way out here after all, if she got to watch a fight.
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Dovahkiin
 Posted: Mar 20 2017, 08:40 PM
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The first of the Cie'th was coming towards him. Dovahkiin didn't pick up his pace, which couldn't have been described as anything other than a leisurely stroll by anyone watching him move. Once he was within striking distance of it, it attempted to take a swing at him, but it was slow in a lumbering sort of way. Far too slow to strike someone with Dovahkiin's reflections.

He ducked, letting the swipe go over his head. In the same motion, he swung his sword up, piercing it through the Cie'th's middle. He could hear the slice as it moved. The cutting of flesh was something that didn't sound how one might have particularly thought it would, especially when you were as close to it as he was, but it wasn't a sound that bothered him. He was used to it. It was something one who lived in a place like Skyrim needed to get used to as there was truly no living without hearing it.

He waited as the Cie'th seemed to sputter before he got up and backed away in the same step, sliding his sword out of its abdomen. The Cie'th lumbered forward, stumbling in its steps. As it closed in, Dovahkiin spun, letting his sword take off the lump at the top of its body that was its head.

It didn't really bleed. There were some creatures in this world that just didn't seem to. It wasn't a bother to him; draugr didn't bleed either. The blood had long left their bodies.

"One down," he said out loud, wiping the edge of his blade on the fallen Cie'th's unmoving body.

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Maki
 Posted: Mar 24 2017, 09:33 PM
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One would think that getting stabbed in the abdomen would be a clear sign of danger. Nope. These things don't really think, do they? It tried to attack Dovahkiin and died almost immediately. The other monsters continued advancing towards the warrior as if one of their kind didn't just kick the bucket.

They were boring even when they attacked someone, now that Maki thought about it. The only interesting thing about this fight was that Dovahkiin was here, and he just strolled in and took off one monster's head without putting much effort into it. Even though they were now coming at him in numbers.

Maki almost wanted to go out there and get a closer look - and she wanted to hit one of these stupid things, too - but a shadow approaching her window caused her to freeze in place. One of the monsters went by without noticing her sitting there. Once it was gone, she stood up and walked closer to the glass, pressing her hands against it.

A mob was heading towards Dovahkiin from behind, but they put no effort into being stealthy at all. Dovahkiin wasn't fucking deaf.
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Dovahkiin
 Posted: Mar 30 2017, 06:37 PM
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Dovahkiin had heard something moving behind him. He didn't turn around. Instead, he tapped the hilt of his sword against the padding of his pant leg, listening. There were several footsteps moving behind him, but it was completely clear to him that they weren't even trying to be sneaky about it. That just meant they were at a supreme disadvantage against them.

One of them reached him first. He spun slamming the flat side of his blade against the side of its head, knocking it aside. He didn't have to worry abut that until it got back up again. Another one reach him, and he crouched down, slamming his fist up into this one's face. It stumbled backward, knocking some of the ones behind it over.

Dovahkiin snorted. It was almost embarrassing to watch.

The Cie'th were moving slowly, so Dovahkiin decided to leave them to their hobbling. If they caught up, then they caught up and he would deal with them then. Otherwise, he was going to go explore around the place again, to see if there was anything new here that he hadn't seen in his last trip here. Which he doubted, but he might as well take a look.

With that in mind, he headed for the nearest house.

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Maki
 Posted: Apr 3 2017, 11:41 PM
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And down they went. It was almost disappointing to watch, although Maki appreciated how some of the creatures fell down like dominoes. Maybe it was possible to get them to line up in one long, winding line and then knock them all down that way. That might actually be fun to watch.

Oh, look. Dovahkiin was heading to her way, followed by slow as shit monsters that might as well be zombies. Maybe they were zombies. She didn't really care if they were or not.

Hopping off the windowsill, Maki headed to the doorway and scaled up the wall, gripping whatever edges were within reach. She found a loose piece that gave her an edge to perch on. Pulling her shell from her back, she took aim, then fired a barrage of water bullets, neatly missing Dovahkiin but annihilating everything that was behind him.

"Hey!" she called, as if it was perfectly normal for the two of them to be meeting up in a place like this, surrounded by undead or whatever the hell they were. Shouldn't be surprising. They met in the fucking Deep Roads.
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Dovahkiin
 Posted: Apr 7 2017, 05:50 PM
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Dovahkiin moved his sword up to block some projectiles that had been sent his way. It was an instinctual motion as he hadn't actually seen anyone shoot anything at him. To his surprise, he saw that it was water. There was someone he knew who could project water as a weapon like this, but it couldn't be her.

Could it?

He lowered his sword and looked behind him. A snort came from him before he was able to stop it. The water bullets had knocked out the Cie'th. He was no longer being followed by the lumbering beings. Dovahkiin still couldn't see how they were supposed to be threatening. They were slow and kind of dumb. He was used to draugr, who, while still on the dumb side depending on which sort you were fighting, were likely to come running at you, swinging a sword over their heads.

Dovahkiin kind of liked that. It was an endearing quality they had.

He got up to the door of the house, finally seeing that he was indeed right about who it was that had fired the water.

"Maki, I wasn't expecting you here," he said as he got into the house.

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Maki
 Posted: Apr 16 2017, 06:09 PM
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"Can't say I'm surprised to hear that." Maki normally preferred being in places that weren't filled with stupid. Oerba was also incredibly boring. She should've picked somewhere else to spend her day. At least Dovahkiin was here. That sort of made up for it.

She dropped from her perch and jetted away from the doorway, landing on the table. The mollusk kicked a broken piece of something out of her way, causing it to fall to the floor. "How you've been?" she asked. It was rare to hear a question like that from her, but Dovahkiin was one of those rare people who didn't annoy her. She was also curious to know how that nug was doing.

Yeah, she liked the nug. So what? She was capable of liking certain critters, just like everyone else. As long as it wasn't a cat. Evil bastards.
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Dovahkiin
 Posted: Apr 19 2017, 06:07 PM
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Dovahkiin stepped fully into the house and let the door swing shut behind him. It would block any of the Cie'th who had tried to follow him to the house. If there was one thing he had noticed as well that really differentiate the Cie'th from draugr was that they weren't really the type to open doors, whereas draugr really liked to open doors, sometimes onto traps that were placed there. It was kind of amusing for Dovahkiin to watch whenever he was in a dungeon.

"I've been decent," he replied with a shrug. He leaned back against the door, unconcerned over the possibility that a Cie'th might be smart enough to break through and get him. His armor was tough and he had quick enough reflexes that he would be able to move in the case that he had to. But, he also didn't have too much faith in their intelligence, clearly.

"I left Nuggy at the College," he said. He wondered if she was curious about that since they had found the nug the same time they had originally met. He normally took Nuggy with him places, but this was only a quick visit and he doubted Nuggy would want to see Cie'th this up close. Not now, anyways. Maybe another day.

"How have you been?"

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Maki
 Posted: Apr 21 2017, 09:54 PM
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The College was a better place for the nug to be than here, Maki guessed. As long as he was warm. And those mages weren't thinking of trying their spells on him. If they did do anything to him and she found out, she was going to let them have it!

If Dovahkiin didn't do so first. Nuggy was probably safe, anyway. Trying out spells on the Dragonborn's pet sounded like a really stupid thing to do. It was also a really stupid way to die. The mages weren't that stupid. Maybe.

"I'm alright," she answered, looking over to him. "Got nothin' to do today, so I'm all the way out here." Really, when she was back in her world, she had plenty to do. Protect the boss' daughter, interrogate any fools that dared to cross her group and kill off anyone who got in their way. Here, she traveled from place to place, returning home once in a while, but things just seemed less... eventful here.

Maybe the Goddess would do something soon that would send all those humans into a fit. Peace could only last for so long in a world like this.
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Dovahkiin
 Posted: Apr 26 2017, 01:42 PM
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Dovahkiin hadn't thought that Maki's entire reason for coming to a place like this would be very similar to his own - boredom. But, once he gave it a moment's thought, then it wasn't so far-fetched, considering everything he knew about Maki. She really was the type to come some place dangerous when she was bored, even if she wasn't quite the warrior he was.

It was a smug thing to think about, he thought it was hard to find a warrior that was quite like him, not in this world. Other worlds seemed to have a different sense of what the word should mean than Skyrim, from the people he had met. Which was fine. To each their own.

"Well, if you have nothing you're doing right now, care to walk with me through this place?" Dovahkiin asked.

'Walking' might have been the wrong word for what he had been planning on doing - which was slaughtering his way through the Cie'th to put the poor creatures out of whatever misery they were suffering for however long - but it felt a lot like walking to him.

He was normally a loner, but this was an okay time to have company, and he didn't mind having Maki around.

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Maki
 Posted: Apr 27 2017, 08:23 PM
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"Got nowhere else to be," Maki replied. Really, what was she going to do if she went home? Be bored there? She'd rather be bored with Dovahkiin. He was surprisingly good company. At least she thought so. Flimsier people would've been put off by his usual attitude. And his stench.

The mollusk launched off the table, zipped around the warrior, then landed on the shoulder she had been sitting on during their previous adventure. Instead of throwing her shell back behind her, she kept it in her arms, ready to shoot at whatever stupid fucker tried to eat her next. "Let's get 'em," she said.

Of course, they were going to be slaughtering these things. She knew what Dovahkiin meant. In a place like this, no walk was complete without mangled corpses in the street.
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Dovahkiin
 Posted: May 7 2017, 09:58 AM
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Dovahkiin gave a soft snort when Maki landed on his shoulder. If he had found her more annoying, he would have shaken her off and probably have stepped on her. As it were, Dovahkiin didn't mind Maki. As far as small creatures he could probably squish under one boot, she was alright. And, that was saying something, as Dovahkiin barely was able to find most people anything but tolerable. That might have to do with going up in Skyrim where it was second nature to just not like people, especially as he was a Nord who had been born in Windhelm.

He could have turned out worse, he supposed. He knew a lot of people who were far more worse than he was. Far worst. Dovahkiin thought he was a pretty stand-up guy. Barring the part where he was also a werewolf and would occasionally eat people, but he was pretty sure that wasn't supposed to count. It was in his nature as a werewolf to simply eat people to sustain himself.

That was probably all a topic for another day. Dovahkiin wasn't going to turn into a werewolf here and now. And, besides, he was sure the Cie'th wouldn't taste that great. He wasn't going to test that theory out, either.

"Let's go," he said before he opened the door. A Cie'th stumbled in and was quickly greeted by Dovahkiin's boot to its face.

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Maki
 Posted: May 14 2017, 10:46 PM
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Well, that was one. Maki doubted that the stupid thing had been waiting there just for them to walk out the door. It probably saw movement and went to attack. Much like these other guys that were now shambling towards them. The mollusk pulled her visor down over her eyes and took aim.

One of the creatures further back exploded, taking some of its brethren down with it.

"Wonder what happened to these fuckers that they ended up like this," Maki muttered, although she wouldn't be surprised if Dovahkiin didn't know, either. There was something about them that told her that they weren't originally like this, but something really, really wrong happened at one point. Did they deserve it? Or were they victims of some awful curse?

Oh well. Now they were her shooting targets. They weren't good for much else, unless they were protecting Oerba from something. Even if they were, they weren't going a very good job.
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