~Legends of the Riders~ LIMITED Spot Rp

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Heather the Elder

((I know not everyone has replied, but the rp must go in. You can pretend to be late if you'd like.))

 

"GERONIMO!!!!" Heather shouted as she pulled Duskcrest into a dive. The gryphon, glad to show of screeched along, just before she touched down, she did a small flip only to land majestically on the wooden platform, wings raised dramatically.

 

Heather noticed that she wasnt the first one there either. Butterflys flutterd in her stomach as Heather saw all of the curious faces peering at her. "Heyo." She said and waved. Duslcrest tossed her head and snorted, clawing at the ground. Heather patted her Gryphon's neck to calm her down. "So, uh, you're probably all wondering why you got your letters. Well, that's because you are all special. And you have a sleeping magic inside you. Yadaydayda. Cheesy stuff goes here. Anyways, so, Natrually, your world is in peril and we need your help. Those of you who don't want to; most likely di.e can stay here. If you are a very brave idiot who wishes to save the world, find a horse and come with us. Kapeesh?"

 

Heather knew she wasn't very convicing, she sounded better when she rehearsed it in front of the mirror. Oh well. Though the newest recruits looked confused, Heather didn't stop to see what their answers were. She swung her leg over the bridge of her saddle and dismounted her Gryphon. Heather retreived a few extra horses, which were already saddled and ready to go. She patted the western-style saddle and offered a grin to the bewildered onlookers.

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((Sorry for beeing unacitve for the last days, but I was extremely busy))

 

"I don't think it is good, try something diffrent." Lydia said " Try to change the color of those flowers to blue, they may look better."

I wasn't really sure. I'm not a painter, but I sometimes tried to paint something. My newest picture showed the meadow with flowers and trees.

"But all of them? It will look bad." I said, trying to hide my annoyance. Lydia always said what I need to do. It was just... unfair.

"If you think that." She said, looking at my picture like someone that knows everything about them.

I glared at her and went outside.

 

The weather was, surpisingly, perfect. I looked at the sky. The sun was shining, I didn't see any cloud.

I went to the garden full of many diffrent flowers. There were roses, daffodils, chrysanthemums and many other.

I like to sit there, this place is calm and cozy, if I can say that. The scent of flowers makes this place even better.

I looked at the small rose in the centre of the garden. It was the young lant, it started to grow leaves not a long time ago. It was small, but I believe it will one day become the big and beautiful rose.

 

I was sitting in the garden until something hit the cherry tree. It was the gyrfalcon, but it looked wery bad. its feathers were uprooted and the blood was flowed from some wounds. Something must have attacked it before. When I looked at the bird closer, I saw a piece of paper attached to it's leg. Not long after I took it the gyrfalcon flow away.

Well, I looked at the paper and discowered it was the letter. So I strat reading.

 

The way was long, but I finally reached the place the letter was writing about. I entered the stables and saw a group of people there. I knew I will be late, I knew.

"I'm sorry I'm late." I said.

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Luceste

Luceste flew calmly around and did a sort of dive bomb, pulling out at the last second, then landing as if nothing had happened. She observed each of the recruits while Heather did the introductions. She wondered what they thought of her, Heather, and the new idea of color magic. Luna screeched a bit at the side, and Luceste put a hand on her to calm her. Her gryphon was very wary about strangers, and didn't like them. But as long as Luceste was there with Luna, Luna would stay calm. 

As Hearher ended her speech, Luceste said "I am pleased to meet you, new recruits, I am Luceste. Now let's hurry along or we might be late, and for the battles that will come, you have a lot to learn," Luceste did a small smile and nodded to each of the recruits. 

Hurrying over to Luna, she picked herself up to the saddle and swung her leg around, then took of behind Heather. Her mind was whirling with questions, but she would have to address that later. She had to make things ready for the classes, and the students ready for battles.

 

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((Bump guys. The recruits can do their reaction to Heather and Luscette. Then, In one post I need you guys to rp thehorse ride to a place called "Sunset Cliffs".  They follow the gryphins who aren't too far ahead.  It's about a days journey across flat terrian and forests. The terrian will suddenly grow moutainous and the horses will be required to walk across periless ridges and over deep valleys and canyons. You can stop the post at a place where they come out of a overhang, behind a waterfall and Hheather has everyone dismount. Hope that's enough info for you guys.))

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Heather the Elder

Soon the brave, or stupid, Heather wasn't sure which, reuits were out in a single file line, following the gryphons who were gliding above at a lazy pace. They were making good pace, the journey to Sunset Cliffs usually took 2 days, it might actually take one. The recruits needed their Gryphons and color magic before they could begin training at the palace grounds. Most if the terrian was bland, flat plains, the occasional forest. They stopped to restin a small resting site. They woke up bright and early the next day to continue their journey. Finally, at about 10 am, the plains began to steep, forming impressive mountainous terrian. Sheer cliff faces and dangerous slopes. But what they were looking for, was on the other side. Much to the recruits dismay, Heather began following the rarely-used trail up the mountains. 

 

She led them over rivers and ravines. The horses had to cross thing ridges and brave steep winding slopes. Heather remembered that the ride terrified her. So, like the elders before her, simply shouted encouragement here and there. Unbeknownst to the recruits, this ride was more of a test. In fact, the entire journey to the palace was. This was to tests the recruits bravery and stick-to-itness. The training of their first gryphon was a test of courage and strength. The first flight,was mainly to see how they handled themselves in stressful situations, and to make sure they didn't get airsick. You couldn't be afraid of heights, not as a rider. 

 

Heather led them through a crack in the rocks, which took them on a path through the mountain. They came out of the otherside, in a airy cave, behind a waterfall. The ground was laidened with moss and a thundering waterfall roared at the exit. 

"Dismount here. The rest of your journey is on foot." Heather yelled,trying to be heard over the noise. She dismounted Duskcrest, who squeaked in complaint. Heather rolled her eyes at her gryohin. "Man up." She told her. Duskcrest snorted indigiantly. Heather unzipped her buldging saddle bag and pulled out a bunch of rope. She threw it onto the ground."You guys are going to need this." She told the recruits nodding to the many strands of 6 foot rope in the ground. 

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Cylon continued leaning back against the old wooden post, awaiting the arrival of the Riders. It was then when suddenly the blonde heard a loud shout resonate through the air, high above him.

"Geronimo!" The voice had called out, and Cylon tilted his head back to look upwards towards the sky, from where the exclamation had sounded from. Despite himself, Cylon's eyes widened as he took in the distant, but coming steadily closer, figure of a large winged animal diving speedily down towards the ground. Right as the winged creature was about to land, it performed a flip, as if to show off, before landing atop a wooden platform in the stable yard in front of the new recruits.

Cylon barely managed to look up again before he noticed another flying creature executing a similar dive bomb. Though it was less extravagant and loud of that of the former, it was just as impressive still as the bird-like creature pulled out of the dive right before striking the ground to land smoothly, as if it hadn't just plunged down out of the sky at such a speed.

"Heyo," The first Rider said, waving to the new recruits. She began a brief introduction, which Cylon found it rather informal as well as uninformative. He crossed his arms, adjusting his weight as he pushed away from the post to stand straight as he waited fo the young woman to finish her speech. Before he or any of the others could even think of a question to ask or anything to say, the woman dismounted and left to quickly retrieve several horses for anyone who hadn't brought one of their own. After she had finished speaking, the other Rider had introduced herself. Though it was short, Cylon found it more reputable considering the situation.

As the Rider's began climbing back onto their gryphons, Cylon tucked the waterskin he had earlier retrieved back into his horse's saddlebag before swiftly and fluidly stepping into the saddle stirrup and swinging into place atop the black stallion's back. The horse breathed out through it's nostrils several times, eyeing the large gryphons, though he seemed more wary than scared.

Cylon stroked the horse's neck as the group began to set off.

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Soon the Riders flew back into the sky on their winged steeds, flying a distance ahead of the newcomers traveling by ground but staying close enough so the horses could easily follow after. Cylon gazed around the terrain as they crossed over it; the scenery was rather plain, though the going was easy as the majority of the sweep was flat plains.

At some point, the group had made camp, resting through the night and waking up early the next morning. It was around what Cylon reckoned was late morning when the landscape began changing from flatlands to steep and mountainous upclimbs. Cylon blinked when the Riders began leading the students along a dangerous and seemingly unused trail up the mountain, but he followed along after without a word.

The young man didn't mind the hazardous ride or the dizzing heights at some points, but he felt bad for his horse who had to traverse the freezing cold rivers and cross the steep, twisting slopes as they moved along up the mountain path.

At some point, the dark stallion had slipped on a stray rock while navigating a narrow path, losing his balance for a moment. Cylon felt the awful sensation of the begin of a fall but kept a cool head, tugging the reins to the side to force the horse closer to the cliff wall so they wouldn't slip down the sheer mountainside. Once the horse had regained it's balance, the boy looked over the side as rocks, dislodged from the brief moment of panic, as they rolled down the steep slope and hit against sharp rocks at the bottom.

"It's okay, Taureas." Cylon muttred to the jittery horse, rubbing a soothing hand along the stallion's neck to calm the horse down before they continued onward.

Finally, the Riders lead the tired group through a large crack set into the mountainside and lead them along the path winding inside. Eventually, Cylon began to hear the sound of distant thundering sound of water falling in great amounts and at another point the large though rather narrow trail widened into a cave and the group came out behind a waterfall.

"Dismount here. The rest of your journey is on foot." The first Rider told the group, having to shout to be overheard over the resounding noise of the waterfall. Cylon swung his leg over his horse's back, dismounting from the mount and stretching out the kinks in his muscles. Though he enjoyed riding, traveling atop a horse nearly nonstop for around a day and traveling on it up to the top of a mountain left Cylon feeling sore and tired.

After finishing his stretch, Cylon pulled off one of the saddlebags on his horse's back with his supplies before reaching into the one still attached across Taureas's back to pull out an apple. He held it out to the horse to let it eat, and after the horse accepted the snack Cylon turned and waited for everyone to begin moving again, slinging the pack over his shoulder as he did so.

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((bump))

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((I'm waiting for everyone t catch up.))

 

((I will continue the RP with just a few active roleplayers if I have to.))

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((I think I will need to drop out, I don't have enough time to post something good and I also feel extremely uncreative lately.))

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Luceste

Luceste flew after Heather through the sky, though low enough to keep an eye on the recruits. The gryphons flew slow so the recruits could keep up with them. After a bit of flying and observing the weather, Luna started to get a bit impatient. 

"Not much longer now, Luna. Soon we will land and eat, sleep, and you will be as fresh as you can be," Luceste muttered to the impatient gryphon. 

Not long after they landed, slept a bit, and were up for their journey again. Luceste was grumpy, as Luna kept her up most of the night. She was never a calm sleeper, but she was fiercer this time. Luceste snapped at anyone who talked to her, grumbling and flying. 

Thankfully she didn't have to go up the dangerous cliffs the recruits had to go up by, holding tight to the saddle as she observed from behind and was ready to fly in lest one of the recruits fell of. Luna decided this was the time to do some fancy flying, up and down and all around, clearly excited. 

"Just fly calmly for a bit Luna," Luceste snapped at her gryphon. Luna looked at her apologetically, but Luceste payed no mind as her stomach was still doing twirls around the sky. 

Before long, Heather told the recruits to go by foot. Luna circled slightly above the recruits, then landed calmly next to them and watched as they all climbed up to the cave.

"Remember when we got our gryphons?" Luceste asked Heather, remembering that glorious day.