OOC: So... much... activity...
I love it!
By the way, Voxumo, Forerunner and Kaunis are at the Ta-Koro beach. No houses there.
Kaunis looked around in desperation as madness began to unfold around her. Several beings had entered the scene, which ticked off Forerunner. And of course there was also the cloaked figure who made her just extremely nervous.
Being no master in combat and not that brave either, Kaunis backed away slowly from the conflict that was threatening to ensue.
IC Kirgan and Hile
"Well, maybe now you get a chance to do more", Kirgan said to Azthrak. "We're here."
The group consisting of himself, Sulkua, Xaron and Azthrak entered the Ta-Koro village. Kirgan looked around, looking for Soli's forge where Stronin should be working even at this moment. However, before they could find it, Hile ran towards them.
"Kirgan!" Hile exclaimed. "What are you doing here?"
He was also accompanied by a Matoran of Iron.
"Hile?" Kirgan said in surprise. Hile was one of his closest non-Onu-Matoran friends. It had been quite a while since they had last seen each other. "We're on a quest."
"A quest?" Hile chuckled. "As I recall, you're not really into quests much."
"Things have changed", Kirgan said with a shrug. "Anyway, meet my new friends. Xaron, Sulkua and Azthrak."
IC Viima and Surina
Surina had no time to react before Vezok abruptly turned and grabbed her by the throat.
"Gee, a simple 'no thanks' would be enough!" Surina gurgled.
"Put the Matoran down, Skakdi. If not then I will be forced to make you comply", a voice said in the distance.
What Vezok did attracted the attention of others as well, happening in a densely populated area and all that. One of the beings who turned at the commotion was Viima, who was still standing close to Tivanu.
Surina could spot Viima from the corner of her eye, and gasped. What was that Rahkshi-brained hunter doing here? And worse, what if he recognized her? Few knew Surina as well as Viima did, which made Surina that much more nervous.
Thanks to the new mask Surina now wore, Viima could not quite recognize her. The distance was too great to tell by her standard facial features either. Instead, the Le-Matoran simply said to Tivanu: "See, that's why I have so little trust in Skakdi."