If August and/or Linnae tried to go into town somewhere, what would happen? In Europe or in any other areas?
Mass panic, people hiding in their homes, riders immediately sent off to beg the crown for aid, and a troop of Execution-Class knights storming into town a week or three later to hunt their asses down. Even the most tolerant, open-minded towns on the edge of the wilds would still hide them (an open secret at best) in fear of an outsider or visiting merchant spilling the beans.
A quieter kind of freaking out because people would probably not have seen either of these incredibly-rare-outside-of-Europe creatures before, a lot of finger pointing, people sorta avoiding them but not wanting to seem rude about it, and just a lot of “what the fuck is that a real drago-ohmygod the knight thing has TEETH I’ve never seen that before” and “Jesus christ Greg don’t stare at them” and “Mom you’re embarrassing me stop pointing they’re just buying bananas”
Ain using his pendulum as an actual weapon, was this done yet? (I played too much Tales of Zestiria and this idea came in)
Whack. Whack. Whack.
As Ain mowed down row after row of enemies with his pendulum, the search party stared in disbelief. Where was his typical flashiness? He was just… swinging it around to hit them. Somehow, he was still winning. But what on earth could have sparked this decision?
But their staring didn’t bother him; Ain was having the time of his life. Sure, it was certainly alright to use the power of the El, but why stick to that all the time? Was it not just as entertaining to watch the pendulum whoosh through the air, and then hear the disgusting, splintering crack of the demons’ heads splitting open.
“Oh, how enjoyable!” He thought to himself as another wave of enemies were knocked to the wall to the left him, crumpling over into a pile. He certainly was going to do so more often.
Finn and Jake can’t go to bed because a creepy horse outside of their house won’t stop staring at them. They try their best to remove the horse without resorting to violent measures. “The Eyes” premiered on this day, 7 Years Ago.