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Though the many years, no one knows like Celestials and the Aliwards knew what happened. Lucius could never forget all the hell and pain he went through with no answers still to give him an eased minded. He didn't want to see an Aliward or any guards from the events that changed a lot of people. Some are scared, some overcome everything, some like Lucius with trust issues who does not like doing alone in the dark without think one of the guards is tracking him down with one wrong move. He wants to move on from what happened and live his life to be who he is. It was just yesterday Opehila told him he was no a human but part of a species from the stars. His old life sometime comes back to him with his job he was so passionate about the people who cared for him like a family would. Lucius does not know what who he really is.
Answers is all he could think of, thinking he is someone dangerous to others learning about his powers here and there. Baby steps through the years, living in the city, he got to know bits but not really everything. The celestial male was taking a short walk think he could need to find a quiet place to look deeper within himself. His brown hues look upon the destination he was looking for. The Woods. Lucius for one was not a nature type of person but hearing that it helps someone to think and look within themselves it's worth a try. Entering the woods he soon realized anything can happen and this was a bad idea. He knew he wanted to let his mind be free and clear but he had to let his mind be open in case for an attack or to protect themself.
As he entered the woods, he felt himself being attached to nature, walking through nature and just take a walk exploring a new area Lucius has not yet seen. Within his mind he knew he needed to do, find a few hobbie, get into everyday society, move on from what happened years ago and try to be open and nicer to others.As his mind went to find someone to love he rolled his eyes to himself. "Yeah right, I pushed girls away already by would someone like a man like me." Lucius believed Love was a person weakness, a blind spot for a person common sense. Little does his mind goes it's a little part of being human not like he was at all but to feel Human in a little way.
Lucius sit down on top of a rock, looking to see if anyone was around which like he thought noone. He closed his eyes feeling the breeze that came through the trees to calm himself completely. Lucius didn't think today was going to be eventful.
Malva would be truthfully honest, she didn't like being cooped up anywhere. Not even in her room, which was saying something, considering the lethargic Aspect of Magic preferred solitary over everything else. She liked the silence that ensued over them like another layer of shroud. A shroud she had a soft spot over. Tracing the tip of her finger across the family portrait hung in her room, she couldn't help but to stare at the centuries old painting of them.
There, the eight of them had the definite post of siblings. 4 sat while the other 4 stood. 4 femalea and 4 males. All that consisted of their infamous siblings that she still found ease in annoying to the path of banter. Unfortunately, they were not in any favours to think about bantering. Malva felt like they were slowly deteriorating, in a bad sense of way because even she wasn't sure how to stop it. Delay it? Maybe. But stop it? Not a chance. The Aspect of Magic didn't have the slightest idea on how to solve this mystery puzzle that kept on bugging their lives; specifically hers. Her search on tracing back to where the diviner or diviners might originate from came back as a futile result. She couldn't pinpoint any exact location. Not even the area.
So to say it frustrated the brunette Ailward Aspect to her wits at end, would be a vast understatement. Glancing back to the mahogany desk, she pulled up the drawer and took out the Burmese ruby pendant that glinted malevolently, dangling it just right above her eye level as her bright blue hues scrutinized the gem and the dark energy placated in it. "Let's get you out of there. You and I need to get some working done." She mumbled, clasping the four century old pendant around her neck and wrapped herself in a jacket. Releasing the spare strands of her hair that got caught up in the jacket, she also didn't forget to tuck in her spell journal in her bag before making her exit.
"Au revoir.. Let's hope I come back intact. And alive, obviously. I still have so many to solve to die this early." The reason for why she had uttered such words would be due to her venturing out again in the most unpredictable venue in Evermore; the woods. The Ailward Aspect needed to find what it means to trust and give herself back to the nature so she could learn what it was like to be dependent. It was a practice she needed to get down to because very soon, she had the feeling she would be needing them. It was only a day after New Year's so she didn't expect any guards to stay back in the manor, hence there were probably none lounging around. Good. It makes everything she was going to do a tad easier. If she comes back well, of course.
As soon as she came out from the entrance door, she held her amethyst pendant that she enchanted from her staff and closed her eyes, willing for herself to transform into their dragon form so she could fly to her destination. It was about time she got back to using them. Shortly after that, she arrived. Landing in between the trees in her invisibility form, she reverted back to her human form as she inhaled the fresh air around her sharply, despite the nightly setting telling it it's already late. It was not a foreign occurrence to see her preferring night settings because it was the best time she could tap into the dark magic. But just as she was about to settle herself against the tree, she saw a particular male silhouette standing by not far from where she was at. Squinting her eyes slightly at the said direction, she wondered who would be out so late in the woods. With the exception of her, at least.
The faint light he exuded would remind her any day on who he was. He was a Celestial, alright. But his identity piqued her interest however. Malva wasn't sure she would be seeing that particular person again. Not after a while. "You know, it's not exactly safe to be wandering around here so late at night. Especially when you're in a territory that would most likely get yourself ripped to shreds. Wouldn't exactly be their fault-" She tucked both her hands into her jacket as she came down from her site, landing on the pile of snow as she tilted her head slightly to the side to face the Celestial. "Because your faction didn't exactly sign the peace treaty. Yet. It wouldn't be a direct violation of their codes. You're lucky it's not full moon." She continued, releasing a puff of air as she rested her gaze on him. "It's been a while, Lucius."