OOC: It's ok, you didn't do too much with Leraj. Besides, the acts you made him do were very characteristic of him so I didn't really mind. From now on we can do it differently.
The Spherus Magna thing is suspicious though, since in this game the MU inhabitants shouldn't even know of such a place.
(Ko-Metru, Knowledge Tower):
Leraj could see Kayn was upset by whatever he had seen in the telescope. The Toa of Iron took the telescope and looked into it himself, gasping silently at the sight of several bodies littering the snow. Something peculiar was going on. It might have been the reason for Vakama to send Kayn to this desolate Metru and Leraj after him.
"We need to get down there and inspect the situation", he said. "But we must be careful not to be spotted by whoever did this to them."
(Central Po-Metru, Area 31):
Miira did his best to stay hidden behind the rubble as he stalked the Fe-Turaga walking seemingly alone in central Po-Metru, as if he owned the world and could conquer any obstacle. Such foolhardy confidence failed to impress Miira, for he was the cautious, calculative type.
Miira's reason for being here was a simple one: he had come to collect weaponry left over by battles between the Northwinds and the other gangs. He would bring these weapons back to Ta-Metru where he would use them to teach his students to adapt to fighting with various new tools. Adaptability was an important concept in a city that was constantly in motion. This was another one of those lessons Balta had taught Miira so long ago. Miira almost shed a tear in memory of his deceased mentor, but managed to regain his focus.
Deciding to test out the Turaga's confidence, Miira stepped out of the shadows to greet him. He wanted to know what business this Turaga was on and whether he was an ally or an enemy... or an asset to be used. "Who are you?" he asked. "What is your business here?
OOC: Here's interaction, Shadowhawk.
Edited by Toatapio Nuva, Feb 04 2014 - 12:59 PM.