△ HYRULE △ The Golden Era △ [OOC/SU]
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January 2nd, 2013 (7:31 AM).
Apsaras the Gil
She'll never tell!
Companion to Mirror
Thorn's face curves sh
arply from her forehead to her pointed chin,
n a curve of sleek yet soft bones.
delicate feature is perf
ectly shaped, a little too much for any one being, giving her a
mien of alien beauty that wo
uld let a
ll know of her origin
nd eyes of deepest amethyst
with barely any whites to be seen pas
t the ages-o
the most prominent feature of Thorn's
face, with a tiny porcelain nose and a pair of
The fairy's ivory locks hang
ines across her shou
lders, often slight
ly out of line from the v
otions that flying requires.
A tiny crim
son flower stay
s pinned just
before one of he
ointed porcelain ears, each of which
peek out from the curtain of hair.
hair flickers through various col
ors, such was when she's feeling strong emotions or
singing her own tune
orn's attire is ragged at best, made out of whatever strips of mat
deemed interesting or colorful and bound together with thread
s of silk,
petals, velvet, and other materials hang off of her willowy frame like a trail
with most of them
hanging from the bottom of the dress like a bridal train, but allowing her to move other parts
for the weather, such as with scarves or a hood.
Image of Thorn
Thorn is out for herself; this is the first thing Mirror realized in her firs
t meeting with the fairy
From her manners to her actions,
ness was clear, despit
e the manner in which they
The fairy plucked strands
of ginger hair from Mirror's head to make a belt, and
e the lace from her und
to make some hair ribbons; she cares
not for possession,
unless its her own.
One of her favorite things is to tease others with knowledge they may not possess, whethe
r through riddles she'll never reveal the answer to or blatant lies that would
make a thief blush.
It's not that she's untrustworthy, because her very nature demands abidance to pacts, but that
She knows not to b
ite the hand that feeds
her current hand be
ing Mirror, but will gladly tease anyone
As such, Mirror doesn't play to her attempts at teasing information about her moth
orn can, howev
rusted to uphold her end of
any bargain to the best of her ability.
She possesses a g
reat talent in the form of her ability to make music, with a level of general knowl
e that allows her to identify many things in some form or another, even if it's only recognition that
she's seen something before.
of wisdom are not to be expected from this fairy, but a nugget of gold migh
t get a healing spell
Most of Thorn's history is a mystery, not for lack of remembering, but for lack of inquiry on Mirror's part, lest she fall into the fairy's trap of riddles and confounding rumors.
All she knows of Thorn's time before their meeting is that she spent much of it with Mirror's mother, which
lped turn her into the rather bitte
instead of the ones Mirror
expected from the tales sh
e read of in Twili.
's first meeting c
ame deep within the bowels of the mountain Mirror sought to hide in, after damaging her
abilities and crawling through the depths on weak knees.
As she came to the edge
of a cl
earing in the rock, w
ith a clear stream t
o drink from, she fo
und the glass dagger she carried to be glowing softly in its sheathe
After refreshment and slight worry, she decided to follow the path that led to the dag
ger's glow, getting brigh
ter with eac
journey came to an end, as sh
came to the sight of a great s
ool, besides which Thorn stood, a
s she hefted a
final rupee into the pond with a great grunt that ended the glass dagge
Their approach was brief, and explanation sho
though Thorn recognized the dagger itself and came with a
explanation for her pres
, not wanting to give too much away, of course.
s a Promise Dagger, made between Mir
ror's mother and Thorn from a time
long before, that left Th
orn trapped in a cave filled with treasures.
When she threw the last of the treasures into the deep lake, the be
arer of the Promise Dagge
r would find
the fairy and allow her to be free from the magical prison
It wasn't the last of Thorn's t
s there was one fin
al promise held
in the glass blade.
A powerful magical b
ld need to be slain with it; and there was none better than the one before her,
and the daughter of the blasted Twili that locked her in the
mountains to begin with.
With little company to be found i
n the caves, Mirror ag
reed to hear Thorn's plea out, and agreed to the
ll the pact on a series of cond
itions that would bind them together for far longer than first planned.
The being would need to be deemed
the correct one by Mirror, and to be done when she saw fit; the target has yet to be fulfilled. Over the next few years, the two
confidantes, despite Thorn's sore memories of Mirror's
mother, and Mi
rust of Thorn's general activit
Ability to hea
l herself and
Mirror; perhaps others, with
consumption: Medium to High.
The ability to use her singing voice to empower her allies
whether through increasing morale or
using her notes offensively.
(Magic consumption: Lo
to High, depending on number of effects and targets.
The ability to create magical contracts with other beings, with
potentially lethal results if either part
icipant fails to
, but can on
ly sustain a limited amount a
t any given time.)
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