umbralshadows: (confused ♢ what's left of me...)
koko himaa ([personal profile] umbralshadows) wrote in [community profile] sunset_horizons2017-04-02 12:33 am

Even If You Take Me On...

Who: Koko Himaa, Gladiolus Amicitia
Where: Vesper Bay
What: When a Post-Game Gladio makes his way to Eorzea, two stalwart swords meet once more.
Warnings: ~*~spoilers~*~

Things had grown rather busy of late in the small port town of late. With supplies from Limsa Lominsa increasing with regularity. After the last foreigner who had arrived on it's docks had departed for Revenant's Toll, the deliveries only increased aboard the guise of passenger ferries. Yet it was not a ferry that arrived this day, in this brief interim - the calm before a storm of blood.

For despite how bloody a history this small hamlet had after the imperial raid, it was all but a bustling center now. All it lacked was an aetheryte - one it will never receive. A lalafellin merchant had been heading to the docks, commenting on how inconvenient it was given it was the only working ferry between Limsa Lominsa and Ul'dah, when she noticed a boat docking. It was foreign to many of those present, who had started to gather near the docks at the sight of such a magnificent ship.

"I've never seen anything like it!" An elderly fisherman spoke to his son.

"Who designed it, you think?" A miner asked of his father.

"D-don't approach it, Fufuchi! The steersman is clearly-" a culinarian gasped, fearing it was an Imperial. Yet she couldn't be further from the truth.

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