So... Jibbs then?
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Cerise made herself comfy-well, as comfy as you could be without back support-and watched as the fight unfolded, taking note of Samuel's semblance. She couldn't quite tell what it was yet, but it apparently enabled him to hear things from far away. Super hearing didn't seem to be linked in any way to the not-so-little ball behind his back though. One that would apparently go 'boom' after charged.
Focusing her attention instead on Juno, Cerise tilted her head ever so slightly in his direction to show she was paying attention. "Then talk. Preferably before your archer friend gets smited. It looks pretty grisly, I'd hate to see what atrocious things that could do to an individual not under the protection of aura."
Alright, I'll post us in the Team list. ATLA-Atlas, and hunter green, with Aurora as their leader.
Now as for the initiation, would we want JJB to run it, or would we want to run it ourselves? And if the latter, would we want one of us to moderate, or someone else?
Alright, so far we have ATLA (blue, green, brown, or white), GAAL(blue, white-ish blue), HAAT(orange, yellow, red), LATTA(light brown), TANG(orange or yellow) (Sankyuu January-I mean Jaq), and GALA(black, purple, blue). It seems that we've agreed on Aurora being leader, so would we want to stick to the leader-name-first rule?
Alright, decision's been made. Tina, Gwylan, and Nero are in. Now, we've gotta decide on team name, color, and leader. For leader, I'll put up Aurora. She's not strategic or anything, but she's used to leading, is fairly logical, and socially skilled. Anyone else want to put up their character for leader?
As for name, these are our initials:
I'm terrible with these things, but I do see ATLA, though, Atlas, and the color associated could be blue or green? Or white pertaining to RWBY. Feel free to point out better names.
(Timeskip to arrival)
Jadyn uncoiled from her strangely cat-like sleeping position, yawning and looking out the window to confirm that yes, they had arrived at Eden. While she spent a bit more time looking out, perhaps to reminisce or take it in, Finch stepped down the newly-opened ramp, squinting and looking out at the town. "It's very pretty," he commented, and this was no simple flattery. The walls were bright white, some ivory, some simply painted, with lush greenery everywhere. The villagers seemed to like their gardens. Residential houses all looked very similar, but each with their own defining touch.
"Pretty?" asked Jadyn bitterly. "It used to be beautiful." The town was also rife with evidence of the attack, a good number of walls knocked down and crumbling, plant life looking dull due to the villagers focusing their efforts on evacuating instead of gardening. Some spots were charred and patches of dirt marred the ground where it seemed grass should've been. A particularly large house seemed to be standing in for an additional clinic, though a part of the wall was knocked down, giving everyone a view of the inside. People hurried to and fro, though only a small number were ready to board the ships. One of those few was a woman looking to be about in her mid-forties, holding a small infant in her hand.
"Mrs. Everett?" Jadyn asked as the woman passed by. "Why are you holding little Willow? Where's Sonya and Verde?"
This 'Mrs. Everett' seemed both surprised and immensely relieved to see Jadyn there. "Oh my dear Jadyn it's such a relief to see you here." A hug commenced between the two before the woman continued talking. "Don't worry darling, Sonya's helping out others in the village, but Verde was injured in the attack, so he just went ahead of us with a few other critically injured people on the med carrier they sent. He was hurt pretty bad, but they've got all this fancy tech in there and they said he'd be alright. I have to go now dear, but you do your best to help everyone here alright?" She hugged Jadyn one last time before heading towards another carrier.
In the meanwhile, Mauve was readying her weapons and making sure all her supplies and ammunition were present. Once that was confirmed, she stood to head out of the bullhead, motioning for her team to follow. "Eden beckons you, dear teammates. We won't have much time before the Aceans make a return, so we better familiarize ourselves with the town as best as we can before that happens. And of course we'll need to go over strategy and such, how to combat the Aceans specifically and any other Grimm that follow." Turning her head to smirk at the other three in her team, Mauve said, "I sincerely hope that you paid attention in class."
Once she was out of the aircraft, Finch focused his attention on the team instead of his partner, who seemed to be busy talking to several villagers, presumably to get a better hold on the situation. "Hey, there you are! So we have a little time before the Aceans are predicted to attack, but it's not too much, so don't get comfy. Make good use of what time we have, get familiar with the layout of the town, take inventory, do all of that. Once you've relayed the plan to me, I'll go check in with the head guy and take care of anything that needs to be taken care of there."
"Well excuse me, but... Miss Jadyn?" asked Mauve. As the huntress raised her eyebrow in reply, the student continued, "could you please do us the favor of drawing up a quick map of the place? I understand you might not remember all of it exactly, but it would be nice to have a rough idea of the place, maybe an idea of where important places, such as the medical center, are?" Mauve smiled politely at the woman, hoping that she wasn't going to be as crass as she was when they'd first met.
Looking a little out of her element, which would make sense as Finch had mentioned how she hadn't monitored a team before, Jadyn agreed, taking a pen and some paper from her bag. "I can do that. Anything else you guys'll need?"
I'll get a rough estimate of Eden up next post, as Jadyn's drawing.
« on: April 15, 2017, 02:46:25 PM »
Bianca made a few ambiguously affirmative motions regarding the plan that'd been made. So Miss Goody Two-Shoes wanted to be paired with her, hmm? Probably to try to smooth out the wrinkles, or really, wrinkle, singular. She seemed to be the only one who wasn't cooperating, but it was just that Bianca really did not like this girl. Camelia just seemed so good. So straight and narrow. So completely unlike her. If this team thing worked out, Bianca'd hate to she how she reacted to her past. This Camelia wasn't as good as she was on the outside, and she couldn't be as good as she seemed to want herself to be. But Camelia was leader. So she'd just have to stick it out. That of course, didn't mean that some snark wasn't allowed.
Skipping out on the cliche 'it's a plan' conclusion sentence that usually followed these types of things in the movies, Bianca simply started walking back the way they'd came, not-so-accidentally bumping into Teddy and smirking his way in the meanwhile. "You sure about that Cammie? How the hell do you know what's further on if we haven't been further on yet? And none of the buildings ahead look particularly indicative of a barracks. Sure, there are a few different ones, but who's to say they aren't other things? We saw the clinic back there, yeah, but wouldn't it be more logical for the barracks to be close by? To make transferal easier between the two, and if maybe the clinic, which houses the injured who aren't able to escape is attacked, it would be easier to defend." Here she turned around, fixing her gaze on Camelia. "Plus, are you assuming that only a small number got injured in the attack that obviously did a lot to damage the town?" she asked. "Yes, some in the clinic will be too injured to fight, but some may be in good or good enough shape to do so. I think they'd like to visit their friends and make sure they're doing okay too. We might find more fighters there, and if we don't find any in shape to fight, they may have crucial information. We may not have seen the barracks, yet, but I would bet that they're somewhere around the clinic. There was a cross-section nearby, so maybe it was on the side or hidden in the back. But what do I know? You're obviously the smart one here." In truth, her parents had trained her to be extra vigilant and aware of her surroundings. They were assassins and were training her to be one as well. If nothing, the media portrayed the strict yet effective nature of training particularly well. Unfortunately she hadn't had a knack for battle strategy, not much, but otherwise, Bianca was no fool. To the other three in her team, Bianca asked, "So? Are you going to trust me on this one?"