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  1. Hey good question! I've finished catching myself up on most of the major plotlines (rip Echelon and Josk and woah almost Dorian) and I feel like I have a general idea of what happened to Ko. I'm wondering what role Ta-Koro, the place where Korzaa was hanging out, played in Ko-Koro's retaking? Anyone have anything Korzaa or I ought to know? I know things will probably change and get recapped when the new arc starts, but in the meantime I thought I'd put something in the wrap up topic to establish what my favorite characters have been up to.
  2. Woah. Today, for some reason, I drug a ton of old BZPRPG files out from my computer from middle school and looked through this huge document I had compiling the old BZPRPG main plot arc. With a lot of memories, I decided to check out the forum again and I CAN'T FREAKING BELIEVE IT THE FORUM ISN'T DEAD! It's probably gonna take me a few days to catch up on all these new plot posts, and it looks like the next arc isn't here yet, but count me in for it whenever it happens. I haven't made a post on here in probably over five years but college is behind me, life is changing for me again and I think it would be fun to come back to this place that was kind of all I thought about for a few years. Anyway, for those who remember me, I miss y'all, good to see you! Hope to RP with y'all again soon <3 Visaru
  3. IC: Captain Korzaa - Jaller's Office Korzaa pursed her lips and thought. Her existence was a bit of information that Legacy did not have, and information was valuable. Did she spend it so quickly? Yes, the answer came quickly. Her existence was a bit of knowledge best spent by giving it to the wide public. Her life was a symbol of rebellion, of the way The Legacy could fail. She was all that was left of Ko-Koro, her and the scattered refugees of the city. Her most powerful power right now washer status as a symbol, as a hero that could stand against the power of her enemy. Of course she should make her presence known. "Yes," she said, "Tell the world I still stand for Ko-Koro and its virtues, and stand against those who have taken control of it. They should know I am ready to fight." She paused. "How soon can we meet with the other Akiri?"
  4. IC- Captain Korzaa "They are fairly accurate, but I will do my best to report my side of the story." She took a deep breath, and recounted the tale, piecing together the information she had heard from Pae, reports from the guards, and her own personal experience. She told of how Echelon and his inner circle of elite combatants snuck through the outer gate and into the sanctum, cutting through all resistance, how her guard was scrambled and cut down gradually. She told how she had set up pockets of resistance in the sanctum, and the one she was with ran into Pae and Jin and she did not win the skirmish. She told how she was transported here and recounted her talk with Angelus, trying to catch Jaller up on everything she knew about Echelon and his allies. She stood stiffly, at attention, as she finished her tale. "And Angelus told me to come to you. I'm not quite sure what's happening, and what your plans are. And what really concerns me is that I'm not quite sure what's happening to my city now or how to find out."
  5. IC: Korzaa The Captain gratefully accepted Jaller's offer, pulling a chair up to the other side of his desk and sitting in it, facing the Ta-Koro Captain. No, its Akiri, she corrected herself. She was still not accustomed to seeing her Ta-Koro counterpart take charge of the entire village. With a deep breath to collect her thoughts, Korzaa got right to business. "How much do you know already, Jaller?"
  6. IC: Korzaa - Jaller's Office Feeling especially awkward as Jolek, who she thought was supposed to be escorting her, turned tail and sprinted away, the Captain entered the office. Jaller, unfortunately, was not alone, but surrounded by others, who were all staring at her as she slipped into the room. She felt very aware that she was a stranger and an oddity in this fiery village's bureaucracy. "Am I interrupting something?" she asked, although it was very clear that she was.
  7. IC: Korzaa She nodded and clenched her teeth as she let herself get escorted out of the office, walking down the ash-covered path to another one. Again, she was being dragged along without control of her movements or direction, again her decisions were made for her, again she was out to engage in more futile planning. It irked her greatly. But what else was she to do? Korzaa knocked on the door of Jaller's office.
  8. IC: Korzaa Thank you for telling me about what everyone on the island knows about them. This is the sort of useful information I absolutely did not have as a high-level military commander, and l'm glad you delivered this vague answer to a question I didn't ask you. Korzaa kept her sarcastic comment to herself. The information she wanted was forthcoming, and an insult like that would not help it arrive any faster or any better. There was no need to increase the slight undercurrent of distrust in the room by insulting her newfound allies. (As long as they truly were allies; Angelus seemed to mistrust them as well).
  9. IC- Korzaa She nodded silently in agreement. The Piraka. Outsiders. That might help explain why the attack was so sudden, and why the attacking army had such good resources. If Pae and Angelus were right. She didn't know much at all about the six mysterious Skakdi. She looked up at the captain of the Ta-Koro guard. "And how much do we know about the Piraka?" It was his Koro that they had attacked and burned half to the ground - he probably knew the most about them.
  10. IC: Korzaa The Captain looked to Pae, awaiting a response from him. She had only managed to get a cursory glance and a few vague reports of the assailants. Pae was the one who had been working with them, so she figured it was his place to describe his former comrades.
  11. IC- Captain Korzaa Korzaa’s jaw clenched. “I’m not entirely clear where Echelon got his army. But your information is false. His numbers of followers are great, and he's allied himself with another dark Makuta-worshipping cult. Followers of some dark angel from Po-Wahi or something. He gathered a group of warriors who snuck through the outer gate disguised- there must have been around six of them. I don’t know where he found these people, but I can say they were all excellent combatants- A Vortixx with a feathered arm, a Lesterin with plants growing on her body, A Skakdi with a sort of sniper rifle, and a few other Toa, I believe. They fought through the guards at the sanctum without losing a man. What’s more, Echelon is more powerful than before. His magnetic powers have grown stronger and he has a new mask. I don’t know what it is.” There was far too much that she didn’t know.
  12. IC: Dorgath Dorgath whirled around and aimed his spear at the source of the sound, quivering slightly as adrenaline surged through his body. Something was here. Something dark. “What do we do?” he asked. They couldn’t keep standing there, waiting for something to attack them.
  13. IC: Captain Korzaa “‘Escorted’ is certainly one way to put it,” Korzaa grumbled, letting the hood of her cloak fall down to reveal her features more clearly to the members of the room. “I am sure you have heard that Ko-Koro has fallen to forces of evil.” Her brow furrowed as she recalled the events. “Echelon and his servants breached our gates, our sanctum, and I’m sure by now killed most of the guard and perhaps the inhabitants too. Pae kidnapped me as I was organizing what remained of the military to kill the invaders. I had no idea Echelon was still active, nor that he had such a force behind him. I do not know where they got their following, what their goals are, or what they are doing with my city. I don’t know if they are razing my village to the ground or turning it into a fortress for their cause. There is quite a lot I don’t know.” She paused. “And I’m not quite sure how we are going to take back the Koro or if there even is anything worthwhile to take back, but that, I suppose, is what we are here to discuss.”
  14. IC- Korzaa The Captain, still alert, silently followed the man who she know knew was called Pae and his associate. She was glad they were going to the guard. That, at least, was comfortable and at least more trustworthy than the man who had kidnapped her from her fortress.
  15. Well, since to my knowledge mercury has not even been mentioned in this RPG, I doubt the issue will aver arise.
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