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PyroBlaze

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PyroBlaze last won the day on November 6 2018

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About PyroBlaze

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    Reading, gaming, anime, ponies(of course), listening to music, and art.

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    Pyro Blaze
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    Xanmas Umbrus
  • Character 3
    Flora Bloom
  • Character 4
    Flux

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  1. Nensho waved at the two ponies as introductions were made, returning Toboe’s friendly hug. He smiled a bit as Toboe spoke, though her calling him handsome raised a slight blush to his cheeks for a few moments before fading. “Y-yeah, nice to meet you two.” He smiled at them, looking over at his friend’s question first. “Definitely not enough to really remember anything about it, so probably not.” He chuckled, giving a shrug before gesturing to Flying Brick to lead the way. “Sure, I’m up to get some grub, and we definitely should get that table away from any rain.” He nodded, looking between the two. “Lead the way, whenever you’re ready.”
  2. Nensho was... actually kinda lost... kinda surprising given where he grew up, but he wasn’t used to this city. It was different enough to be throwing him off here. At least he could still pick out Toboe’s scent on the wind, so he was trying his best to navigate towards that. As he got closer, the music started to make him bob his head to the beat, smiling to himself as he ignored the strange stares from those with less sensitive hearing. Eventually, he found himself standing next to Toboe, realizing he had been continuing the song in his head since it had ended. “Oh, hey Toboe, who’re your friends?” He asked, rubbing the back of his neck a bit and chuckling.
  3. Ah, so it was an artifact holding the control, not this pony. That still left the question of what the artifact was though, and if it was even on him right now. At the various questions coming from the two he could understand, he nodded slightly. “In a manner of speaking, yes. I am searching for a way to regain what was taken from me.” He said, giving a sigh to suppress the growling he could feel building from the memory. “Apologies, my name is Anu Hur.”
  4. Anu hummed slightly at Blueblood’s little saying, sighing after a bit. While true, it still required something to rule over, something he had yet to regain. The reminder of his current and past failings was not an enjoyable one, setting his mind on a trip back down memory lane. Thankfully, the other dog’s words knocked him out of it, and he made his way over so they stood nearby. Turning his attention back to the sphinx, he hummed a bit to himself before speaking. “All I know of his kind is from books and stories, likely little more than what is already known. While his kind have been recorded as being larger than this, he will not necessarily get any bigger. I have seen full-grown dragons smaller than the average pony, a sphinx stopping at this size wouldn’t be out of the question.” Anu stated, nodding slightly as he looked back to Hogo-sha. That dog still smelled strange to him, but perhaps the unusual scent of the nearby sphinx was clouding the results. A problem for a later time, he supposed. “As the apparent master of this sphinx, is there anything you’ve learned that you haven’t found in books?” He asked Blueblood, focusing his attention on the pony as he once again tried to discern what was holding the spell.
  5. Well, the sphinx didn’t seem to even know he was there. Or it was just ignoring him. Either way was fine by him at the moment. Turning his attention more on the pony, Anu looked over his pharaoh-like choice in accessories with a slight frown. Being from that area of the world himself, it was kind of annoying to see others dress like that. Regardless though, none of the accessories were jumping out at him as what held the control spell. While he was loathe to admit it, maybe this unicorn was powerful enough to pull it off on his own. He’d have to keep a closer eye on this situation... Not that he thought he could take control for himself even if it was an artifact giving the pony control. He had no idea how it worked, for all he knew taking the artifact to serve no purpose other than angering them both, and he was in no hurry to face a sphinx in battle, even one this size. As for the pony’s conversation partner, this other dog seemed strange to him. He couldn’t quite put his paw on it, but he just felt off. His nose told him the smell was canine, but it wasn’t like any other diamond dog he’d met before... The jackal-like dog was actually pretty obvious in his origins, for those knowledgeable of the area. Between the markings across his body and the ankh hanging from his neck, it didn’t take much to figure out his homeland. His robes were not exactly conducive to stealth or fighting, but as he needed neither at the moment, he kept them on.
  6. I guess I can try. I have no idea what the numbers mean really, so take those with a grain of salt. Arcus: Probably tier 3, especially with his combination of powers and military training. Int: 4 Str: 4 Spd: 3 Durability: 3 Energy Projection: 1 Fighting Skills: 6 Dolor: Tier 2 Int: 1 Str: 5 Spd: 3 Durability: 6 Energy Projection: 3 Fighting Skills: 3 Shui Seng: Tier 3 Int: 4 Str: 3 Spd: 5 Durability: 3 Energy Projection: 4 Fighting Skills: 6
  7. Anu was, for all intents and purposes, baffled. Where had this creature come from? And why was it here with some pony riding on it? The dark-furred diamond dog watched from the roof he had been resting on, keeping a close watch over where the Sphinx was going and what it was doing. The former pack-leader had made his way into the city earlier that day, rumors of something powerful about drawing him in. Maybe this was what they meant? Or perhaps it was whatever the pony was using to keep it under control. He couldn’t tell for sure from here, but he doubted any Sphinx would be this calm with such a crowd around it. Maybe once they’d acclimated, but he would’ve heard about them well before that happened. Regardless, he needed to get closer, so he began hopping from roof to roof as much as he could to get a closer look at this thing. He eventually came to a stop on a roof nearby the crowd around the Sphinx, looking it over some more.
  8. I’ve got a couple heroes for the list. Dolor and Liviel are both heroes I’ve used here previously. Tehengu as well, but I’m not sure wether to put him under hero or neutral. I’d also like to get back into this thing, if anyone wants to do anything with my characters.
  9. “But if you don’t talk about them, how would they get any fresh meat in there? Gotta spice things up with new challengers sometimes.” Tiger responded to Pinkie before taking the glass and drinking from it. It was pretty clear he didn’t put much stock in the protocol of drinking wine, as he simply gulped down part of the liquid and set the rest back down for now. “Mmm, I guess that means I’ll be seeking you out later. Always enjoy a friendly match.” He said, giving Toboe a wink before Berry’s little show caught his eye. He smiled and gave a small whistle of appreciation before turning back to Toboe. “Drinking contest? You may own a bar, but I doubt there’d be much of a contest there.” He added, giving a small laugh to punctuate the banter.
  10. “Don’t you worry, seems to me like you’re a pretty good welcome all on your own.” Tiger said, giving Pinkie a wink before continuing. “Name’s Tiger Blood, just on a bit of vacation, I guess. Passing through, really, seemed like a good place to stop.” He shrugged a bit at the end there, falling silent momentarily. “Oi, sweetcheeks, any place around here I can get some training in? Gym, fight club, anything?” He asked, still talking to Pinkie, his gaze on her in a sidelong glance sort of way as he relaxed against the bar.
  11. The disguised yokai hummed slightly as Taira approached, turning towards him as he rounded the corner to their little secluded area. Ra’nu wasn’t really sure what the purpose of disguising as a dog was, but he knew Taira knew what he was doing. Usually. “It’s great to see you too, as it were. How are you faring?” He responded, also in hushed tones. While not that weird to talk to dogs, from what he’d noticed, having a one-sided conversation with one might be. “I suppose I could be doing better. Every lead thus far has gone cold, but I heard this was a good place to pick up the trail.”
  12. The stallion nodded a bit as the mare spoke, though it seemed the conversation was already over as the proprietor greeted them. Tiger grinned at Berry’s words to him, though moreso the beginning than anything else, giving her a wink in response. “Sounds good, beautiful. Think I’ll take something strong, otherwise, surprise me.” He said, grinning as he sauntered over and took a seat at the bar, leaning back against it and looking over his shoulder at her. After a brief moment of checking her out, he turned his gaze away, settling on the very pink pony that just entered. Well, this one was certainly energetic, and apparently very thirsty. Who could blame her, hopping around like that would build up a sweat. In any case, this was going well for him, sitting in what was probably the closest thing to a bar this town had while surrounded by good-looking mares. There were a few ways this could get better, but he didn’t see them happening here.
  13. Ponyville... it seemed like a boring town so far, but he hadn’t really been here very long, and hey, it looked nice. Tiger Blood trotted his way down the street, wearing his typical pants but leaving his spear behind today. Probably wouldn’t need it anyways, he could just bare-hoof it if anything came up anyways. The earth pony smirked as he made his way down the street, slowing to a stop in front of some shop with a very interesting mare in front of it. Looking her over, he could tell she was more than just a pretty face. The tattoo and covered eye were pretty big clues, but there was more to it. No matter though, unless she wanted to fight or became a problem, her prowess didn’t matter too much. He simply gave a whistle of appreciation as he sauntered up next to her and got a better look at the shop. “Wine, huh? Well, doubt it could be worse than some of the other stuff I’ve drunk.” He chuckled, giving Toboe a slight nudge. “Oi, any idea what we’re in for with this stuff?”
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