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Defiance - Amphitrite - 12-11-2017

Kaya curled into the couch, she was still shell-shocked at the news that Mr. Foxy had dropped on her today. She stared down at her hands and noticed she was picking at her nails again, she stopped folding them under her legs. Then paused and picked at them again until they bled, making them almost as short as they were when they first started growing back in.

She didn’t know how it had gotten to this, her home completely torn from her because of two bad guys. Before, when her entire family was here, they would have ripped them to shreds. No one fucked with Kasa and her. No one. Even Mr. D-Dickhead was nice to them but not anymore. Not that she had seen him in over a year and only twice since they had grown up.

Not for the first time since they had done it, Kaya wished that they never had. That Kasa and her had just stayed little forever. But no, they decided to grow up and ever since the storm that ripped everything to shreds everything had gone to shit.

And now everyone wanted them to leave, leave the only home they had ever known. Meet new people and run away from their problems. So much for being warrior women like Mama had raised them to be. No, they were being sent to hide away from everyone that could hurt them, but what if the bad people followed them or there were new bad people there. They were strangers, Kasa and her didn’t know them. 

Even Uncle Alistair was on Mama’s and Papa’s side. She was surprised about that. He knows how she feels about leaving, he was teaching them how to use the green to protect themselves. She had expected him to support them. She hadn’t been surprised that Uncle Archer wanted them to leave, he had always been overprotective. Thank Uriel they had one person on their side. 

Kaya was nervous about going against Mama and Papa’s wishes but this was her home. She wouldn’t watch it fall apart around her or run and hide. As much as they may hate it now, that wasn’t how her parents raised her. She took a deep breath, as hard as it may be, she had made a decision, she was staying. No matter what. She had made it the moment she had gotten a last name. 



RE: Defiance - Felix - 13-11-2017

Great post, Amphi.. But uhh..

İmage


RE: Defiance - GladiusGaming - 13-11-2017

Don't call me that, motherfucker <3


RE: Defiance - Amphitrite - 13-11-2017

(13-11-2017, 12:24 AM)Felix Wrote: Great post, Amphi.. But uhh..

İmage

Not at alllllll

And love you @GladiusGaming but the rp goes where it goes <3


RE: Defiance - Amphitrite - 17-11-2017

Kaya swung her legs over the cliff. They’d had so many good memories here. She ran her hands over the dirt, it was almost as if she could feel the memories still lingering. If she closed her eyes she could still see everything as it was. Dozens of different memories played out in her head, mingling together. She sighed. 


Everything was gone and what wasn’t soon would be. Even if it was still here, if her parents and uncles had their way she wouldn’t be. Thank Uriel for Kasa and Foxy. She knew they would support her. She shivered, thinking of their plan to get her off the island. It reminded her too much of what happened in her nightmares. She had imagined a million ways that she had gotten her injuries but the most persistent one was being drugged and waking up and restrained in a place she didn’t know and then the being tortured there.

Kaya quickly stood from her seated position atop the cliffside, feeling the urge to pace. She grabbed her radio and sent out a couple quick bursts of static, Kasa might be up now, everyone had been sleeping earlier. But she wasn’t sure which channel Kasa was listening to so she took the risk of doing it on both.

Not long later Uncle Alistair’s voice came over the radio. He told her that he knew it had been her on the radio and asked if she was okay. She stared at it for a moment, debating not answering but she remembered how crazy they got when Kasa did that. She sighed and answered no. Then he wanted to where she was.... didn’t he get that she wanted to be alone? She sighed and answered that she was at home. He seemed surprised at her response but told her that he was coming and not to run.

But what was the point of running? They would just hunt her down until they found her now. She had some tranq darts of her own if she needed them. She crawled up onto the metal rocks and settled in to see if her uncle could find her.

She wasn’t surprised that he tried Foxy’s first, she figured that would be the first place he’d look. While Alistair flew about looking for her they spoke over the radio, he seemed confused about the plan for her to leave even though he had told her before she was leaving. He told her that she was to leave just as Uncle Archer had told her.  

She watched as Alistair landed with his phoenix. They spoke some and he convinced her that he never had any intention of drugging her and she got him to promise that her and Kasa wouldn’t have to leave. She knew that Papa and Uncle Archer would still be a problem but it was nice having Uncle Alister on their side again. He told her about how he fell and Orlen took his broken legs for him. She thought it was kinda weird but she would do the same for any of them.

Kaya went with him back home where he had his griffin. And then he flew them to a bar, where people go to forget their problems. She frowned, she had had enough of forgetting. There were so many people, the man she had met earlier thought that Uncle Alistair was her father. Which probably would have made her giggle if he hadn’t snuck up on her.

Thankfully most of the people left, but her uncle must have noticed how uncomfortable she still was since he pointed out all the exits and defences of the place. Which Kaya was surprised to find that it helped knowing. She was actually able to relax in a place she didn’t know. Well relax as much as she could knowing that someone could walk in at any moment.

They were talking about Mr. D-Dickhead and Uncle Alistair made a comment about Kasa. Kaya snapped at him, that Kasa was trying her best. Why didn’t anyone get that? They had seen the people they had grown up with. How could they not want to protect their family the same way their family protected them? If their uncles just took a moment and thought about it they would realize what she was doing.

Then Andy showed up and was asking Uncle Alistair a lot of questions. Uncle Alistair responded using that voice that people used when they want you to shut the hell up. She glanced between them, knowing there was something up but both of them shut up. Andy mentioned Tempest was outside so Kaya went to go talk to her.

She sat quietly beside her as Tempest raged on at her for leaving. Kaya frowned, she didn’t even leave for that long. She had spent the last couple of nights there, although not where most people would find her. She got Tempest’s point but, she had to understand that she couldn’t just stay there after Cyrus had been there. Ever since his visit the nightmares had gotten worse.

Everyone seemed to be getting mad at her for leaving lately. First Foxy and now Tempest and she bet Kasa would be later too. She sighed staring off into the ocean while Tempest stormed off. She didn’t know how to make everyone happy. They wanted her in three different places and it just wasn’t possible.

She jumped slightly as she heard Uncle Archer’s voice. She quickly turned around to keep him in her line of sight. Even with Uncle Alistair’s reassurances that no one was going to drug her, she knew her godfather. He wouldn’t do it to hurt her, but to keep her safe. He would do anything to keep her safe, even if that meant making her worst fears come true. She loved her uncle but she couldn’t let him do that, she wouldn’t let him drag her away from her home.

Back at the harbour Uncle Archer revealed what had really happened to Uncle Alistair. That Orlen had shot him, and then taken the wounds. Kaya freaked out, she didn’t even know what she said to them but it wasn’t fair. The uncles lied to them but except them not to lie back.

They argued for hours, about everything under the sun. Uncle Alistair wanted to make them guardians but Uncle Archer wanted to protect them instead. About Kasa’s actions and their desire to protect their family no matter what. And the uncles’ overprotectiveness.

Uncle Alistair was convinced that they could convince Uncle Archer. Kaya wasn’t so sure but after much yelling and screaming and convincing he finally agreed, warning that if they did get hurt then it was all over. Uncle Alistair turned and mouthed told you so to her and Kaya rolled her eyes. It wasn’t perfect but it would work for now.



RE: Defiance - Amphitrite - 08-12-2017

Kasa came downstairs as Uncle Alistair was lecturing Kaya about picking at her nails. Kaya refused to stop. She wouldn’t do anything Cyrus wanted, even if it hurt her in the end. She promised to keep them clean but she wouldn’t stop. Kaya could see the concern in Kasa’s eyes but Kasa supported her as always. 

Kasa whispered to her that they needed to talk. So Kaya told the uncles that they were going to get meat for the otters. The little cunts ate a lot so they always needed more food. The uncles quickly followed them out, concerned that Kasa was going to run.

Kaya glared at both of her uncles. “What are we? Prisoners?” Both men quickly disagreed, but refused to let them leave.
Kaya rolled her eyes, Kasa had no reason to run right now. They just needed to talk away from everyone. The uncles could be so overprotective sometimes. Kasa got on Munch and started flying above the harbour in circles. She was pissed. 

Kaya looked at both her uncles. “This is why she has to lie to you and run away. Because you don’t listen to what we are telling you. We aren’t going anywhere dangerous, we just need to talk.” Kaya glanced around the town. “We won’t leave the walls since you guys are so against it but leave us alone so that we can talk.” Kaya walked away from her two uncles without waiting for an answer. She pulled herself up onto the griffin that Uncle Alistair gave her and flew up to Kasa. She yelled for her to land at the opposite end of town that the uncles were at, which both girls quickly did.

Kaya quickly hugged Kasa. “I’m sorry they’re acting like that and I’m sorry for leaving. I shouldn’t have, but I got scared. Foxy told me that they were planning on making me leave and I couldn’t let that happen. You know Uncle Archer, if he thought that was what was best for us, will do whatever it takes.” A haunted look would cross her features. “I can’t let them, anyone, drug me. I can’t be like that again.”

Kasa pushed her hair back and comforted Kaya “It’s okay. I get it. I love you.” 

“Yeah, I don’t think I can leave here either..everything we have ever known is here. It’s our home, not where ever Mama and Papa want us to go. This land is part of us, and we’re part of it. I can feel the memories of us everywhere here.” Kaya’s voice would get really quiet, this part was hard to admit, even to her twin, “ Plus there are too many strangers there, here we have the uncles, we have family.”

“I told Papa I would go, but I’m not leaving without you.”

Kaya nodded “I know you probably don’t want to stay after everything that has happened, but I can’t leave, not yet.” 

“Then we won’t leave. Together forever.” Kaya nodded and smiled at Kasa’s words, repeating them as she held onto Kasa’s hands. 

After a few moments, Kasa looked out towards the water. “They all hate me now.” 

Kaya looked at her shocked. “No, they don’t, they might be mad but they don’t hate you. They could never hate you, Kasa.”

“Uncle Alistair made Orlen shoot him because he wanted to die. You should’ve heard the things they said Kaya…” pain crossed her face, she looked like Kaya had imagined she had looked when Cyrus whipped her. “Trust me. They hate me.”

Kaya wrapped her arms around Kasa as tightly as she could, being careful of her stomach. “They don’t Kasa. I promise they don’t.” Kaya whispered she hated seeing Kasa like this. She promised herself that she would make those people pay. Mr. D, the Captain, Solus and all of Moore Harbour. She’d sink their island.

She nods but doesn’t look convinced. “I just wish it could be like before. Before we grew up, before everyone left.”

“Me too Kasa, none of this ever would’ve happened if Uncle Red was here.”

Kasa laughed sadly. “Yeah, we need Uncle Red back.” 

Kaya squeezed Kasa’s hand “Then we’ll get him back, we can send him a letter or something. And until then we can go somewhere else. Away from everybody.” 

Kasa shook her head in disagreement. “I can’t, they won’t let me leave. You saw what happened earlier and we just wanted to talk.” She sighed. “Besides, I promised Orlen I wouldn’t. Even he hates me. I’ve been sleeping on the couch.”

Kaya frowned, she was sure that Orlen didn’t hate Kasa. No, her best friend and twin were meant to be together. “I’ll talk to him. And if he does, which I’m sure he doesn’t, we’ll leave.” Kasa tried to protest but Kaya cut her off. “We aren’t staying if you are miserable. It’s not good for you, either of you. I will take care of it, okay? They aren’t going to blame you for this. Just give me some time and I’ll get it all sorted out.”

Kasa nodded and Kaya made her way back to the tavern. She had things to talk to the uncles about if they were still there. She didn’t care who they were, she would not put up with them treating Kasa like this.

She stormed into the tavern, ready for a fight. She saw Uncle Alistair and Orlen talking at one of the tables. She stalked over to them, glaring down “What the fuck did you guys say to Kasa?” she continued on without giving them a chance to answer, “because she thinks that you hate her.” she glared down at her uncle “and I know that our family would never let anyone think that no matter how mad we are.” she switched her gaze to Orlen “and you if you really love her like I know you do then you won’t ever make her feel that way again. If she’s sleeping with me on the couch, I swear Orlen, you won’t like what happens.” she turned on her heel and marched upstairs. Lying down to try and get some sleep on the couch.

*******
Kaya woke up to Kasa cuddled up to her, she frowned, she had been hoping the two could make up. It explained why she slept so well though. Kaya maneuvered herself off the couch without waking up her sister and made her way over to Foxy’s. She hadn’t seen him in a bit and figured she would check up on him. She didn’t want him worrying again. He had been so upset last time that she figured she would seek him out first before he had to come find her. She checked in the main building and up by the fliers but she didn’t find anyone.

She took a breath before calling out for someone, after what happened she really didn’t like being around here when no one else was awake. Just as she was about to give up and leave, Andrew and Tempest answered, inviting her into Temp’s house. Tempest was still angry about her leaving before, about lying about who she was. 

Kaya defended herself. It wasn’t like she could stay here and let the bad man see that Tempest was here too. And she had never lied. Kasa and her might as well be the same person, everyone got them confused. Half the time they got each other confused. They had long since given up on correcting anybody, Kaya was Kasa and Kasa was Kaya.

Kaya convinced Tempest that they should work together. Everyone was saying how Kaya needed revenge but they always forgot about Tempest. She wanted them to work together to get rid of the bad man. Temp eventually came around with the help of Andrew. 

She casually brought up the mention of Tempest’s secret house. She needed it to get Kasa away from everyone, they were just upsetting her and that wasn’t good for her or the baby. She had promised that she would deal with it. This was the best way.

Temp agreed to let them use the house, and Kaya promised that she would only tell Kasa and Orlen where it was. She wouldn’t even tell Orlen but Kasa was in love with him so Kaya kind of had to. She just had to come up with a way to get them there.

Kaya took the radio that Andrew handed her and added it to her growing collection. She hugged them both and headed home after quickly checking for Foxy again.



RE: Defiance - Amphitrite - 10-01-2018

Kaya awoke to the sound of construction. She looked out the window and saw a man who she watched for a short while. She wanted to introduce herself, she would have before… She bit her lip, Uncle did say that everyone here was safe. And why would a bad man build something in the town here, that didn’t make sense. Maybe she needed to look more closely. She slowly made her way down the stairs and snuck around to watch the man from the other side of the building in progress.


Kaya had forgotten how relaxing it was to watch someone build. She hadn’t done it since Papa built their house on top of the world. She followed the man from afar as he would go and get the supplies he needed for the build.

She thoughtlessly picked at her nails as she debated talking to him. He didn’t look like a bad man and she really didn’t think Uncle Alistair would let one build here. She had moved out of her hiding place without really noticing, sitting on the steps to watch him now. If he turned he’d be able to see her, but he didn’t which made Kaya feel more bold.

She hesitated for just a moment before straightening her back and calling out to the man.

The man turned to speak to her, “Hello.”

“Are you a builder?” Kaya asked gently.

“No,” he shook his head “I’m a guard. I guard.”

She took a calming breath before continuing “So you can uh... teach me how to fight?” She resisted the urge to cover her mouth as she said it.

He looked at her for a moment, “Your Uncle would kill me.” he turned back to his building.

She stood up quickly and made her way over to him “No, uh... he wouldn’t. H-he doesn’t even have to find out.”

The man sighed and looked to the sky for a long moment, Kaya held her breath, “Fine, let’s get you a training dummy and a sword.” He turned and walked towards the workshop.

The entire afternoon was spent learning from Cameron; how to stand properly in a fight, how to hold and swing a sword, and even how to punch. She had even gotten a punch in on Cameron, not that he had been expecting it but it was his own fault. He said to get close and then hit them once she were close enough, so she did.

By the end of the day Kaya collapsed onto the couch beside Kasa. She was careful not to put any weight on Kasa’s stomach when she cuddled up to her sister. Perhaps tomorrow she would ask Uncle Alistair for a new room since Orlen kicked them out of theirs.