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Terradagger had opened the portal slowly, but surely, the tendrils turning to wisps of wind as they had before, dush coming from the very bottom of the portal, a glorious flame erupting, steaming at the top edges. He smiled as he stepped through and on the other side, found himself in Wonderland.

He opened it to the throne room. As he appeared there, he sat on the throne, the card soldiers watching his return and simply nodding in agreement. It had been time, but they preferred their older king anyways.

He watched smiled the portal closing. This world would be his home again.

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Katerina
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After the Styx was defeated in the World Terminus it was for sure that Wonderland had returned. This was indeed going to be the first place Katerina would come to. It was going to be a little confusing for the citizens to have their first queen return after such a long absence. The nobody wondered if they even remembered her, she remembered them. The times that went by as she was queen here was always enjoyable for her and her citizens. Naturally, she would land her gummi ship just outside the castle. The nobody was intent on taking her throne back, or at least making sure it wasn't given to one of irresponsibility like the last king she had heard about.

Hopping out of her ship the girl took in a deep breath. With the air flowing through her body she felt happy, happy she was finally home. At the entrance of the castle there were card guards barely blocking anyone from the entrance, perhaps the throne was free to be taken. It had been made apparent that the guards had remembered Katerina, to which the smiled and gave her welcoming gestures. Something the nobody would return with a contempt smile, this meant so much to her. Entering the castle all the guards would stand aside and make way for her as she walked towards the throne room along the smooth red carpet. Everything seemed awfully quiet for this world, perhaps it was the fact that it had just been restored that the citizens were just regaining themselves for this period. Her attire chosen for today was one that would reflect the fact that she was a Wonderlandian. A black and white striped long sleeved shirt with a red diamond patch sewed on where her heart should be, a pair of skinny jeans coloured black on one side and red on the other and her sneakers were the same unmatched colours worn on the opposite coloured side of her jeans. It wasn't over the top but it sure as hell didn't come off as normal to any other worlds Katerina knew of.

There she was, she had reached the very last few steps, stopping before the throne room. Her hands began to sweat a small amount out of sheer excitement and nerves. One last deep breath before she'd enter the throne room. The nobody exhaled, calming herself. Katerina entered the throne room, to see her old guards at first smiling away from her then turning to her giving confused looks. The girl was unsure if they were confused about her existing again or perhaps something else. With a delightful stride the former queen walked towards the throne, some of the guards were giving her smiles and some were still confused. Moving her attention away from them and towards the throne she realized why they were looking so confused. There was someone there.. in her throne.

How to react to this, the nobody was unsure. She didn't know who this man was at all but the guards seemed to have been liking him. What if this was that useless king Storm Sky she had heard about, for his and her sake she'd hope not to avoid Katerina going into complete rage and hostility. Katerina had come back to take what was originally hers, however she'd see if this could go down diplomatically before resorting to battle. She looked around, seeing her old citizens once more still in confusion then back to the man sitting in the throne. It was time at least to break the ice.

"Well, hello. I am Katerina, the Queen of Diamonds and I have returned just as this world did from practically nothing. I was unaware Wonderland had regained a new king already."

She said with a friendly tone. An introduction of herself was given first so the man could understand why she would be there. Surely if he was ruling he would have heard about the rulers before him. Katerina didn't mention taking back the throne just yet, she wanted to find out who he was first, to see if he would give up like the last king would. If he was this Storm Sky she would take back the throne with no remorse of what she did to him, if not she'd still like to see if he was worthy of ruling over herself.

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A figure appears in the hallway makeing no sound he walks to the throne door, and stood there seeing terra and a new person, thinking terra might get hurt he grabs his scythe, but stays in the shadows.

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(Starting before the confrontation)        
 
It was strange how he had gotten there, although, in this realm things never did seem normal. He was sure that nobody would contest him, and in his confidence, he decided to stroll through the world. The first place he had visited was the rabbit hole.
 
                His portal opened, wisps of darkness transforming to tendrils of smoke and water, living alongside each other as only an elementalist of his caliber could command. As the portal opened and wind rushed, dust peering from either realm, Terradagger thought on the fall that he was going to take. He stepped through, his gut wrenching and his lips curling up in excitement, as he fell through the tunnel, his heart pounding against his chest.
 
                Every passing second, every millisecond, he felt like he was never going to make it to the end, and yet he expected the end to come at the end of each passing breath. He was amazed that he could never really pin down how long the rabbit hole was, elusive in its nature, but then… What would Wonderland be if someone could always peg it down.
 
                That was one of the things that drew Terradagger to the world. When he had come to this world as a smaller child he was overwhelmed in severe sadness and melancholy, or the memory of the feelings, as his friends fought each other and wars waged. He had an army to command, but at the age of fourteen, that was incredibly dangerous. Still, as he grew in this place, there were those that taught him madness was quite a good thing, instead of sorrow. It was interesting, and though he didn’t have an opportunity to chat with too many of the citizens one on one on a daily basis, he learned it by osmosis.
 
                For example, the Chesshire Cat was always willing, not only to listen, but to advise in a way that wasn’t always normal. He couldn’t expect such mystery to come from most humans, no… Humans were often too obvious about what they wanted or how they felt. That Chesshire Cat spoke in more riddles and cryptic thoughts than anybody he had ever known.
 
                Sometimes, Terradagger even wondered if that was something that the Cat had aimed for. Such mystery and such craze that the thoughts it was riddling didn’t even seem like answers to a precise question, but almost like it was just saying things to say things. The mystery in its own was quite hilarious.
 
                There were many of the customs of the world. It seemed that everything ran on time, or two minutes ahead, or two minutes behind. Nobody knew, really. It seemed that roses never came in the color red, no, they were expected to be painted, and the paints? Paid by a court salary, no less. However, a court salary could range anywhere from some munny to a spot at the table during a marvelous, beautiful, tea party.
 
                Speaking of tea parties… It seemed like it was quite the time to have one. Terradagger would have to drop by, if this rabbit hole ever ended.
 
                And as though on cue, his feet touched the ground and he found himself in a room that seemed far larger than he, or far smaller than he, or even the same size. It took a moment to adjust. Still, as he took a deep breath, he realized that he needed to grow a bit, so he went along and searched for the potion to drink.
 
                As he found it, he took a swig. It wasn’t too great, but it wasn’t disgusting either. As he swelled, he searched for something in the room, something that he had hidden there before he left. It was something that meant a lot to him.
 
                Along the edges of the room, nearest the smallest door, above the floor, below the roof, close one eye, feel with your finger... Aha!
 
                He opened a little compartment in the wall that hid a book. He pulled the book out slowly, and as he pulled it out, he knew he needed his size no longer. All the same, he had to persuade the doorknob to let him through the smaller door so that he could find his way to the other places in the castle he was posing to visit.
               
                As he pressed the book to his chest, drinking more of the potion and feeling himself and the book grow smaller, shrinking largely, he took a deep breath, not only in wonder, but in happiness, as he opened the front cover. The times were dark, those that were chronicled in this book, but they ended in a fair amount of happiness.
 
                He recalled the war that had brought him, largely, to this place. Since he had found himself in this universe, remembering nothing, and all the same, seeking to grow and to be better, stronger, and smarter, he was trained in militia by Zexion, a foot soldier, nothing more, alongside Jeremi. Still, they found themselves growing, and while growing, they found themselves more and more easily persuaded to fight the battles of their mentors.
 
                A time came when war was knocking on everyone’s door, Terradagger, enlisting under Zexion for the might of the Empire, answering the call to war that the Republic had given, and as they fought and Castle Oblivion came under siege, Terradagger did what he could to fight and defend.
 
                It was on the very floor level that he had fought his first tragic battle. The man, ran, bald and maniacal, almost sick, as Terradagger fought his way through to him. There were bits and pieces of marble, hard and sharp, that had littered the ground as much of the battle had been fought in the higher tiers of the castle already. Terradagger cast spells of wind to take the marble from the ground through his enemy, through Swaiti. The man, cut but still courageous, threw a grenade at Terradagger, hoping to end the battle.
 
                However, the wind magic simply acted for Terradagger and he sent the grenade back upon his foe, and Swaiti met his defeat. Terradagger dealt the final blow, the first blood he had drawn, and yet, he didn’t hunger for it, or yearn for it. Later, his life would be riddled by blood and darkness, the loss of his friends and companions…
 
                He had a friend, Pinky Rose, who he fought alongside often, as they pledged themselves to the Restoration of the worlds that had fallen by the hands of tyrannical villains. Terradagger thought it ironically similar to the situation of the worlds now, plagued and threatened by the man named Onyx, though Terra knew not what to call him by, simply his appearance. Terradagger found himself struggling in wonder, imagining that he had been brought back to this world simply to restore, woken from his dreams so that he could be part of this plot that involved destruction and repair.
 
                But when would it ever stop? When would he not have to keep repairing broken things, like worlds or castles, or even hearts? He knew how tragic it was for him to leave Yima, but out of selfishness, he had done it. He didn’t want to admit it, but he sought power, and maybe even respite, reprieve from the world, another chance to be him, even in his own thoughts, and memories, even in the Realm of Sleep, dwelling for two years. But it wasn’t fair, not to him, or to Yima, and especially now that he’d found that his child had not only come to fruition, but had been born, among these halls and gardens, a young man that had blossomed from a mage infant, it seemed insane to him, but then…
 
                Terradagger managed to wipe a tear from his face. He knew that things happened as they needed to. He didn’t have an answer for his slumber, never intending it to last for two years, and he knew that Yima Qwin was ever grateful for his reappearance in the worlds, and even Lenneth, and all of the new friends he was making.
 
                He closed the book, the Chesshire Cat appearing before him. The cat grinned, a grin that he had seen on his son. He wondered how coincidental it was, or maybe learned.
 
                “He has your smile,” Terradagger said to the cat, the cat understanding, and dancing a moment before disappearing and reappearing in an entirely different pose near the man.
 
                “Me his or his mine?” his smile seemed to get even wider, even though Terra doubted that it was much of what the cat was doing and simply a mental punctuation that Terra made for the cat himself. He grinned as he watched the cat dance around some more.
 
                “Are you looking for the throne?” the cat wondered, in what seemed like an answered question. Terradagger nodded, and as Terradagger nodded, the cat would disappear and reappear again.
 
                “I know where it is,” Terradagger said, almost anticipating what the cat would say next. The cat disappeared, but didn’t reappear this time, its crazy eyes watching, but never showing, and rarely blinking as Terradagger started towards the doorknob that was actually pretty attentive, to his surprise.
 
                “My king,” the doorknob said, as the door swung open to the bizarre room. Terradagger knew that it was a favor, although, it was the return of one. Once, when the doorknob had fallen ill (how does brass catch a cold, anyways), Terradagger had insisted that a small band play for the doorknob to try and make it feel better. After that hadn’t worked, and the doorknob complained of a stuffy nose, Terradagger insisted that they try and find medicine for it. There was no such medicine that they could find, although the doorknob did get quite a few different concoctions of potions, some from the mushroom forest, some from the Lotuses.
 
                As Terradagger lumbered through, he thought on the mysterious nature of the room. It was rumored that if you entered the room from different doors, the gravity would be different, and he could easily hold a conversation with someone that was walking along the ceiling, and someone along the walls, while he walked on the floor. Then, he wondered, was he really on the floor, or was he on the ceiling? Were the walls actually walls, or were they floors, or did it matter as what was up was down and what was down was up anyways? Do sides matter if they are sides to nothing and stepping and walking only meant that the up and down only mattered to you and not to the guy next to you?
 
                He missed it here.
 
                He walked through and found himself, after a time of walking, in the rose maze. Walking through the rose maze, the hedges tall and the roses freshly painted (they smelled of Behr, actually) he thought on the place. He wondered how metaphorical the place was, and then felt some heavy handed, strong symbolism coming on, about how life was a maze and how sometimes, we make our own red roses when we need to make our own happiness.
 
                The man chuckled at himself. He knew that this was something he would have said in his youth. Oh, woe is me, I really, really need for this maze to mean something so that I can draw some parallel to my life and understand somehow, because it’s all too complex and emotional. I hate it when I have to fight wars and stuff… Although the latter part was true, war was never great, he found that, in retrospect, he had become far too dramatic in those times, and it started inhibiting his other emotions.
 
                So even though the maze could easily represent life, and its twists and turns, following a path you’re certain of until you find that it’s a dead end, or what you’ve found at the end of the path isn’t what you wanted, it was much more important for Terradagger to think on it as a place where one comes not to find their mind, but to lose it.
 
                As he stepped into the maze, he started to think on his son. His son that had only just been born no more than 24 months ago, aged by this world, practically raised by its citizens, in large part a secret. He and the Chesshire Cat clearly spent a lot of time together, and Terradagger had almost gathered that as he heard that the boy had a knack for illusion magic. Of course, it wasn’t surprising that he had a skill for magic at all, the power coursing through his veins. As the man thought on It, he felt strong regret.
 
                Regret wasn’t so much followed by sadness as it was by a sense of urgency. It wasn’t fair for him to feel bad about something that he couldn’t help. He had only barely learned what he needed to in his slumber when he awoke, and quickly, found his family and reunited them. He didn’t have much of a chance, and having slept and learned so much in such a short amount of time previously, it seemed outrageous to think that he would ever sleep for two years. It taught him a very dangerous lesson, though, that he could never plan something as such again.
 
                He thought on how big his boy had grown. It was weird that his son was marked up like he was, a fourteen year old having to deal with tattoos seemed strange. There were spades on his body, up and down the left side of his torso, and there was one in particular, right over the boy’s heart, that seemed interesting. The spade was simple, except for the face of a jack o’lantern cut into it.
 
                This wasn’t reflective of the worlds then, but it represented Terradagger’s two favorite worlds to be in. The world of Wonderland, where he was King of Spades, and the world of Halloween Town, where Yima was king. Terradagger would ask Trist about it one day, while eating breakfast. He asked, “What do you think of that tattoo?”
 
                The boy corrected him. “A tattoo is something that you put on yourself. It’s something that you decide on, something that has a lot of thought and feeling go into it, as you know you’re going to have that for the rest of your life. This isn’t a tattoo, dad. This is a birthmark, something that will always remind me of who I am and where I came from.
 
                Sometimes I look in the looking glass and I think, this is strange. When I think about it, I remember like it was some secret buried in the back of my head, I have two fathers, two kings that are great and powerful, and this mark represents those worlds. This mark represents the lines of life that I carry in my veins. There’s not much to think about that. It’s where I come from, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
 
                Well spoken, Terradagger thought as the breakfast had passed and he thought most of the day on those words. It was interesting to hear such wisdom come from the boy, but it was clear that his thoughts had been developed because he had exercised that very notion, he had thought on what the birthmark meant. That, and the Chesshire Cat practically being the boy’s wetnurse suggested nothing less than brilliance in speech in the boy.
 
                Terradagger turned left and then right again, his hand brushing along the hedges of the maze. He smiled to feel the greens once again, his fingertips tingling, especially along the occasional thorn that would prick him a bit. He didn’t bleed much, and the rose hedge didn’t seem to mind as he wiped some of the blood on its leaves, though he had to be careful. He’d never talked to the rose hedge, but he knew that it was possible.
 
                He felt amazing as he turned left again, and then headed straight for quite some time. He had to imagine what plans he had for the world, and what amazing ideas came to fruition were nearly intimidating. As he thought on it, he envisioned his castle library lined with books of knowledge of great magic, almost like that of Castle Oblivion, but taller, and more decorated. He knew that it would be quite the long shot, having visited the world and having just met…
 
                Ah, yes! Yukina Tarka, the witch. He wondered on the woman, and as he followed the green paths, the red changing shades here and the paint smelling more like Sherwin Williams, he imagined the girl and how much she might enjoy, or hate the place. He knew that she dabbled in darkness, so it wouldn’t surprise him if she was quite cynical of… well… everything.
 
                Still, even for cynics, this world could work wonders, and as maddening as it was, the madness was almost therapeutic. Terradagger smiled as he thought on how much he enjoyed the madness in the place, and how much he enjoyed even the red on the rose, the difference in hue because someone didn’t buy enough paint in the first place. He would have to invite Yukina to a glass of wine once this was all said and done with.
 
                They might even have some fun playing at magic with each other. Oh!
 
                The idea struck him quickly and faded just as fast, but he had a grip on it. He thought on adding a room, near indestructible, where he could go and train his magic. When he wanted to have bouts with Lenneth, testing out each other’s magical abilities and prowess, then he would have to do it in this room, a room filled of white, like the empty pages of a book. He would call it the ink room, his every action there recorded in the world’s history, a process of growth an learning for himself and for visitors. There was much that could be learned and gained in a room such as that, especially if one was looking for themselves.
 
                It only takes retrospect to force someone to grow and to realize who they are. The fact was simple, If one spent just several hours in the room, they would be able to see and recount everything that they had done, and in just watching, they would learn of their mannerisms, their triumphs, their mistakes. Of course, this room would be private for a while so that Terradagger could learn of how well something would work, and in such a world, he felt that it would lose the flair of Wonderland if it didn’t have some sort of mad twist to it. Perhaps the Cat could help him design such a thing.
 
                There, he had absent mindedly finished the maze, not thinking on it too hard. As strange as it was, there were parts of this world that he had memorized, and there were other parts that still came as a mystery to him.
 
                The next stop would be to have a spot of tea. As he made his way towards the table, going through the Lotus Forest, the place growing and shrinking, it seemed, as he stepped through, he almost had to glare at one of the gardeners there. He made a joke, “I thought we weren’t supposed to water this place with the potions,” and the citizen of court turned and laughed at the stupid joke and went back to his work, waiting to see if Terradagger was watching, and putting a bit of the potion in his watering can as soon as he knew the coast was clear.
 
                Terradagger sat at one end of the table, and as he sat there, he turned, looking, making sure that nobody was there. He didn’t like this side of himself, he thought that it was far too mad and far too misrepresentative of who he was. Still, he needed to enjoy himself, and if that meant that he would have to do it, then he would.
 
                He poured himself some tea. He poured himself not one cup, not two cups, but six cups of tea, and put the cups on small pastry dishes. He looked around a bit, his eyes glancing back and forth, and took a sip of the cup that was centered on the table, right in front of him. His eyes closed as he took the sip of the warm tea. It was strange that the tea was always warm there. There wasn’t even a burner anywhere.
 
                Still, he took a sip, his eyes closed, and his breath welling within him as the warmth went down his throat and to his heart. He swallowed and set the cup of tea down onto the plate and looked to his left. “Marvelous tea, no?” he asked to nobody in particular, but the response came.
 
                “I say that it’s droll…” the response came. Terradagger lifted the cup of tea on the far side and as he sipped it, he made a squeamish face, disgusted at it. “I can’t stand when something is so disgustingly outdated. When was this brewed? 1215? Not the time of day, the year you idiot!” Terradagger shot himself a look as he smiled at the bad time joke.
 
                “It needs more sugar,” he protested again as he put the cup down, then grabbed the cup of tea to the far right.
 
                “You know sugar goes straight to your hips, right? Besides, you’re so sweet, you have enough sugar in there for three days and a second more than a week, that you do,” Terradagger responded with the cute cup nearly to his lips. He smiled as he looked at the Terradagger right next to him.
 
                “Oh, yes, I do agree, but it seems so impolite to scold, why would you do such a thing on such a nice day where we have sun! Didn’t you see the roses freshly painted, and the lotuses were dancing. You know that gardener is up to no good, but who could blame the poor thing?” the chatterbox continued, the pitch in his voice slightly increasing until it simply became piccolo gibberish. He smiled as he set the cup of tea down, the Terradagger two seats over having just a couple things to say.
 
                He took a small sip and as he swallowed, he put the cup down on the plate. “It tastes like sadness…”
 
                They all groaned, the middle Terradagger picking a biscuit up off the table and tossing it at the boy. He frowned as he took another sip of tea and then turned to his counterparts. “It’s really quite good. I think that it’s the perfect mixture of sugar, and even overly emotional with a hint of teenage angst. I think there’s just the right amount of politeness in there, and definitely defiance as well. I think that it’s all sorted out quite fine.”
 
                He smiled as he finished each cup of tea, taking on a different, ridiculous persona. How fun would it be if he just sat there and had tea by himself? That’s no way to live, and actually seemed fairly sad, like eating alone or even going to a movie on one’s own. But then…
 
                He wondered how long Yima had been doing that. Was it fair for him to weigh down such a big day with something so sad? But, then, he owed it to Yima to at least think on the situation, he couldn’t ignore it as something that didn’t exist or didn’t happen.
 
                He shook his hair out a bit, a hand flying up to comb his fingers through it. He wanted to be sure that everything was okay with his hair do, even though nobody had been there to watch, and if they had, they might instantly throw him off the throne…. Or better praise him, who knew?
 
                Terradagger made his way out of the Tea Party Room to find himself walking along the Lotus Forest again. There was nobody there that time, but Terradagger had no surprises there. However, the lotuses grew and shrank just as quickly as they had before, maybe even faster, so Terradagger had to suspect that there was something “amiss” with the water that was used to quench the thirst in this room. It had become clear that it wasn’t just water. Still, this was the beauty of the world.
 
                Terradagger started to make his way towards the throne room.
 
                Terradagger had opened the portal slowly, but surely, the tendrils turning to wisps of wind as they had before, dust coming from the very bottom of the portal, a glorious flame erupting, steaming at the top edges. He smiled as he stepped through and on the other side, found himself in Wonderland. The four elements collided and combined, as nothingness started to ripple from the very center of the portal, bringing purity to the blaze and the steam, the stone and the wind.
 
                He opened it to the throne room, the cobblestone coming from it very cold and dark. The castle was close to as he had left it, although, in his slumber, he had some ideas for changes. He wanted a sense of madness in this place as well, and eventually, he might annex that Ink Room he was thinking about. As he stepped away from the portal, he sat on the throne, wondering, thinking about the world and what was to come, what would become of the glorious place. He was quite excited to see the how the place would grow under his leadership again, something that seemed muted from the last who was present there, though he didn’t know much about who had taken the world since he had left. The card soldiers that lined the halls simply watched. Some nodded in agreement, happy to see their old king sitting on the throne again, and some were more enthusiastic about showing their pleasure for the man’s return, lifting their spears and battle axes. Terradagger smiled and raised a hand at them, a palm towards them.
 
                The portal closed behind him and as he sat, watching, he thought of all the things to come. There was a menace torching worlds, and it was only a matter of time until that same menace knocked at his door. He knew that there was time he needed to set aside to prepare for that. He needed to find a magic in the world hopefully strong enough to deal with the flooding pools of lava, as he would not have his world turned to a barren river of scorched earth.
 
                And what of Yima? He knew he would have to spend time alternating between both worlds. He could leave his prince son in charge of the times he wasn’t there, and he could also share his kingdom with that of Yima’s. He hadn’t thought that far. He didn’t want things to spark like they had in the past, it had all happened because the worlds polarized into political affiliations, sometimes meaningless ones.
 
                Still, his attention had been brought to the girl who had come in and approached him. It was Katerina. And at the mention of the name, vague memories shot through him, and his fingers flexed and a smile was brought to his lips.
 
                “Ah, my lady,” he said cordially, bowing his head. He looked up at her through locks of scarlet and as he raised his head, he proclaimed his own name.
 
                “I was hoping to reclaim my throne, though if you are here to contest it, you are more than welcome. My name is Terradagger, and I am the King of Spades, and I am here for sake of this land. I was ruler of this place for more than two years, but in recent slumber, it was passed down to someone who clearly treated it poorly.
 
                Normally, I would suggest some form of diplomacy, but I do not see such as possible. It is unfortunate that it would come to this, but I believe this is my rightful throne, and I will make sure I am the one that sits in it at the end of the day. If you’ve any bargaining to suggest, I’m more than willing to hear it. But you know my purpose, and my determination.
 

                His feet lifted off the ground and magic started to course about the mage. He sensed the magic in the hallway, the portal opening and closing. He shot a glance in the direction, but he didn’t recognize a figure, and it was an aura that he didn’t readily recognize.

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The boy appeared through dark, mysterious portal, and as he came from it, he instantly knew the danger he was in. Still, he knew that it was a matter of defending something that he had grown in.

He drew Lord Luck, and as he peered in from a dark hallway, he prepared the magic about him. Watching, waiting...

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Knowing that he was sensed by now from the magic he released, he decided to make his body tempature sub zero. Then he realized it was pointless, he could be watched in the way of magic. So he steps out of the shadows." I didn't now you where a king terra. Why are you just siting there any ways? Sorry malady, I don't want to ruin your return, for I can tell by the emotions, and tempature of your body, that you just returned and are hesitant, aboute terra being the new ruler. Now excuse me, I want to talk to terra for a little bit." He motions for terra to come with him into the hall.

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A smile streaked across Katerina's face as the man greeted her as any royal subjects of this world would. It was clear he knew of the former Queen somewhat. The girl would continue to listen to the man introduce himself as Terradagger, King of Spades. Showing he had ruled for quite awhile before also taking an absence brought reassurance to her. If he succeeded in what was to follow he would definitely be deemed worthy of the throne. It was sad to say but it would just be that the two would have to engage in battle. They were both eagerly determined and had rights to the throne. Katerina would sense the movement of others as they joined in the throne room, one was hiding and the other was preparing for battle.

The girl turned to the boy preparing for battle, his features were incredibly similar to the King of Spades', perhaps this was his son or something. She then turned to the boy who gladly interrupted the former king and queen's conversation. He demanded that he talked with Terra, which was really quite strange in a time like this and even annoying. The boy clearly didn't know what he was doing, perhaps he was new to this world, new to dealing with royals. She wouldn't hold it against him like a former queen of hearts would. Katerina turned to the King of Spades who was clearly a mage getting ready for battle, then back to the boy who demanded to speak with Terra. She let out a small sigh, clearly she was annoyed.

"Let me have my words first, please." The nobody paused, turning back to Terradagger. "I see that we are both determined to take the throne and see to it that this world is taken care of properly. Which sadly means, we will have to engage in battle to see who shall take the throne. I guess talk to your friend now if you please."

The way she spoke to Terradagger was that of a kind and honorable tone. The nobody was glad she would be facing someone who seemed just as rightful to the throne as herself rather than someone new deciding it was them that deserved the throne. Katerina watched Terra's movements, to see if he was to speak with his friend or not before they would battle. As she did so swirls of white nothingness would wrap around her entire body, then, her Harlequin armor suit would appear on her. With it, came the Red Queen and Diamond King merged as one sword in her right hand, pointed down to the ground. At this point she was waiting for Terradagger's response to the boy and him being prepared for battle.

"Whenever you're ready."

Katerina would say through her helmet, her voice a little muffled. She wasn't one for taking a cheap shot and she'd hope Terradagger wasn't. It was already apparent that he had allies to help him out where as the warrior had no one but herself. This was going to be very hard and at the same time interesting, a mage versus a warrior, what a fight it would be. That was, of course if the battle stuck to being one on one.

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The way the queens tempature increased, he could tell she was prepared to fight, but that was not what terra was like, he would share the kingdom, instead of fighting for it, but if it came to it he would take the queens side." Malady, I see you are prepared for battle, and I hope you now that terra wouldn't attack you unless he thought you where going to kill him

Suddenly a spark was lit behind him, there was some one behind him, for the palace became hotter, makeing it harder to stay without, unleashing the cold that would freeze this world." Please know that I would fight by your side, for a warrior is a more suited ruler for a place in peril. Just now though fighting terra would be pointless, for he has dozens of allies." The boy sends a small wave of cold freezing the water around him, and makeing the breath of them all appear before them.

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Terradagger nodded to the woman who had said her piece with wisdom. It seemed she wanted to fight with honor and with greatness, so he simply turned to the two boys who had appeared. He could smell his son a mile away, as for the boy who had taken his side, he had yet to learn much of this world.

Terradagger wouldn't always fight, but for his throne, he would always fight. "I know not of a diplomatic means for this. You are clearly a woman with honor, and were clearly a queen with unparalleled wisdom. As such, I would be honored to face you in combat," he said with a bit of a half smile on his face. It was bitter sweet.

As he levitated, magic coursed around his veins and through his finger tips as he sent a bolt of magic towards his enemy. The magic was of water, and though the spell didn't take much effort, he knew that it was powerful.

(Venificus Magus, Bolt)

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As the man spoke Katerina moved into a stance that would make her fully prepared for battle. Her sword stayed at her side however both her knees became slightly bent as she realized she'd have to engage in combat very soon. As the girl's face could no longer be seen through her helmet she followed his words with a nod.

"And the same to you."

With that, their battle would start. The first move being made by the King of Spades, which was a bolt of water sent right in Katerina's way. The warrior herself had already began to move, running straight for Terradagger. The bolt sent her way would fly pass her as she simply dashed to the side to continue running towards the mage. There was still a small amount of distance between the two, the nobody would have to make some sort of attack from there to at least put his attention on that. In her free hand a small ball of fire formed in her hand, to which she blasted forward at Terradagger, her magic wasn't anything compared to his but this was the one offensive spell she had. As it blasted forward the warrior's hand took a recoil back to her side as she continued to run. If it landed it only did moderate damage with small burns but who knew if this mage had a resistance to magic.

Followed by the ball of fire was Katerina, still running to get close to the man. If he moved away or blocked the spell, she would be right there, sending a diagonal slash upwards at her opponent.

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A swordsman, though Terradagger should have guessed by the way that this woman moved towards him, the armor, and all. He watched as the ball of flame came creeping towards him, and sent a ball of water straight for it, watching as they collided, letting out a little groan of magic as they destroyed each other.

Interesting, the boy thought as the girl approached him. A deck of cards appeared from his left hand, and as quickly as it bloomed from his hand, there as a shield of the fifty two cards, the sword striking against them instead of him. He smiled as he sent the cards towards her in a straight line, a wall of earth appearing behind her. The cards, though fanned out and striking, wouldn't do damage to her, and he knew they wouldn't.

She was wearing armor. However, with the wall behind her, she had few places to run. He drifted over as the wall appeared. She only had a couple directions to run, and he sent a blast of wind magic, shearing and angry, in a straight line through one of the directions, so that she could only move forward, or back, if she hoped to avoid the damages. Still, Terra wasn't done.

As he coordinated the cards, flying towards her, he sent a pulse of magic so that the cards would send out a rush of magic and danger, pure nothingness seething from the deck.

(Fifty-Two, Bolt, Nova)

(Edit: Forgot Defending the Chosen)

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As her ball of fire was drowned by Terradagger's returning water ball a small smirk came across the warrior's lips. It served it's purpose as a distraction allowing her to get close enough to strike. A loud screech would come from the sword and cards colliding. Taking notice of the cards Katerina found this quite interesting, when she was queen, she too had a deck very similar to his, perhaps every ruler of Wonderland got to obtain these. She dismissed the thought, they could talk about it once this was over.

The screeching stopped, the two colliding metals had separated and Katerina was ready to strike again. Cards were being sent at her, though due to her armor they were practically harmless. Just as she passed the cards, nearly reaching her opponent she would send her sword in a downward slash towards him. It was met with magic, the wind type, due to the element it wasn't something she would be able to see. Right in front of her would be an explosion, sending her flying backwards towards this wall of earth. The explosion mostly effected her torso area, beneath her gloves her hands were stinging and her chest felt like it was pushed into her back. Despite the pain, the nobody wouldn't give up. Flying towards this wall she would turn her body so her feet would make contact with it rather than her back.

Landing, her knees bent and both her hands moved onto her sword which was held down to her side. The warrior pushed off the wall and sent herself flying towards the enemy once again. The speed at which she was moving through the air made the cards aimed at her miss and fly just behind her. She was aware it was a risky moved sending herself flying through the air like this but the ground was just below her, if needed she could redirect herself from this move. With her sword at her side she turned her wrists so the sword would point straight towards Terra, as she neared him once again she swiftly jabbed at his right shoulder.
After the jab her right hand would come off the handle of the sword, in it another sword had merged out of it, The Red Queen, a completely red katana would be sent slashing horizontally at Terra, assuming if he dodged the jab it would be to the side. This battle was getting heated up very quickly, even more so the two fought with all they had meaning this could go on for awhile, or end very shortly.

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Watching the battle happen I front of him, he slowly walks away, and walks right into tristesse, not knowing who the person was, he instinct came in, slashing at the boy with his scythe, cutting a tuff of hair ,leavening part of the boys hair, shorter than the rest." Who are you!" The Xern said" are you here to interrupt the battle? Or are you here to help the king of spades?"

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Terradagger couldn't help but smile and feel admiration as the girl kicked off the earth wall. Using her opponent against himself would be a very wise decision, and her incredible speed was hard to run from. He could do little more but allow the blow.

As the woman launched towards him, he cast magic about himself, rocks forming around his skin. Terradagger shifted to the side a bit and the blade cut through the stone, slicking at his shoulder, though barely. Because of the way he had shifted, he needed to do something about the Red Queen. He moved, though slowly, and he was lucky enough that his motions were small, not causing him any damage.

Still, his shoulder stun. This girl was close, though, and that would be her mistake. Rocks fell from around him, echoing through the hall as they hit the ground. He sent to walls of water, thick and rushing as though rolling off a rocky cliff, and as the water fell, long and thick, he sent a bolt of earth at his combatant.

The earth moved quickly, but it wasn't his only motion. The stones lifted off the ground because he had pointed another spell downward, causing them to scatter at quick speeds as well, sharp and jagged, hungry for blood.

Terradagger brought around his cards and readied them, lying in the palm of his hand, glowing.

(Bolt x 2, Defending the Chosen x2)

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Tristesse jumped back, a similar deck of cards as the one that Terra held appearing into his hands. He looked at the boy with ferocious anger, never had he been approached so, and he wouldn't have it happen again.

"I am Tristesse Somnium, son of Terradagger Somnium, and should you try that again, I promise it won't end pretty for you," he said, feeling at his hair. Luckily, it wasn't too messed up, but he would not have someone talk or act that way again, especially when his appearance there was simply to spectate.

(OoC: Be careful not to autohit. Even though it's insignificant to story or the overall health of my character, you can't automatically just cut off my hair.)

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"Ohh, pretty boy mad about some cut hair? I really think that he has spoiled you a little for a little tuff of hair doesn't hurt people." He raises his scythe, and gets ready to fight for this son of the king was ready to fight." You want to fight? Come at me!" He summons his swords of ice and illusions and they fly at tristesse, and Xern charges jumping of a ice sword and comes down with his scythe." I don't care if your Terra's kid, you picked the wrong person to talk aggressively to!"

(OoC I know, just wanted to have a little fun, and I have to keep you busy while Katrina and terra are fighting, for I don't want you interrupting there fight.)


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Tristese sidestepped calmly, the swords and the arc of the scythe missing him. He wasn't about to fight. "Listen, I just want to watch my dad, got it?" he said. "I'm not going to fight you, not now anyways."

He simply peered around the corner of the hallway and watched his father.

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" ahh, I get it, I'm going to stay here then and watch with you just so you don't try to interven." He makes a chair out of ice, sit down and starts playing a game of cards." Want to play?" He asked tristesse, relishing he would probably lose.

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If Tristesse could make a ridiculous-anime-esque face, he would, but he couldn't, so he just looked bewildered at the man. "You're joking," he said, much less a question than a statement. He nodded reluctantly and asked what game they would play.

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" what do you want to play, mister i summon cards? He has this really goofy grin on his face, like he was a reagulare teen playing with a friend.

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"Two card hold 'em?" the boy suggested, peeking around the corner trying to be as silent and hidden as possible. His main intention there was to watch the two fight.

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" ok." He says, he sees his friend(at least considers him a friend) look around the corner." Hey if you want we can watch the fight and play cards? I can make a television out of scraps from the weapons if collected." He starts to make a television out of ice and scraps, and surprisingly it's makeing no sound.

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"Erm... uhh..." he nodded as the television started to show the two combat. He took the cards and started to shuffle them, and handed them to the boy to cut the deck.

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The King of Spades had his own kind of armor, a layer of rocks formed around his skin which the Queen of Hearts thought was smart. Despite the armor her blade still managed to pierce through it to made contact with Terradagger's skin. This was all she needed to know she had a chance to win, had the distance between the two had been large the King would have won in an instant with his impressive arsenal of magic. The Red Queen had barely skimmed across the layer of rocks meaning this attack phase was over and she'd have to get ready for what was coming next.

The balls of her feet were forced to the ground bringing her to a sudden stop. Katerina would look upwards as her opponent was off the ground, around him there were now massive rocks falling, some coming at Katerina. With a short amount of time to react the girl desummoned her swords, both of her hands were now free allowing her to use both for firing the balls of flame at the rocks above her. The rocks she aimed the fireballs at exploded and she was in the clear, for a small amount of time at least. Waves came at her, lifting her off the ground and rolling her backwards and pushing her back into the wall. It felt like she had been hit by a wall of concrete and crushed up against another.

There she barely stood, one leg straight and the other bent inwards, her arms seemed limp. Her eyes didn't move at all away from Terra to which she saw the bolt coming at her with haste. This could have been the point where Katerina could give up, the magic Terra had was strong and didn't exactly allow her to get close enough to lay in a proper hit. She could have given in, but not yet, there was still more to come from her despite the wave of hits she kept taking, her passion of a warrior would show through.

Looking down to the ground the Queen of Hearts jumped up, the bolt hitting where she once stood limp. She wasn't at all restored but she would still fight with intense ferocity. Where the bolt hit there were now stones that would come at her as she landed back on the ground. They would rip through the material on her boots, causing cuts all over them, the ones hitting her torso only slightly knocked her back as she ran at the man once again. In her hands would appear her trusted swords again, The Red Queen and Diamond King. With the distance between them the mage had created Katerina threw The Red Queen at Terra's stomach area and the Diamond King at his before pierced shoulder.

Whether they landed or not they would be de-summoned and summoned again back into her hands. She once more threw the Diamond King at his arm in a swinging motion. After this placing both her hands on the Red Queen as she closed in on making an intense flurry of attacks. First a slash downwards, across, upwards, all sorts of directions at Terra at intense speeds. The former Queen's determination to win was showing through and even then, if she lost she'd know that she gave it her all while fighting for Wonderland.

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Terradagger noted the second wind in the girl, fighting with passion and furor. He liked that, quite a lot, and as the swords came towards him, he summoned the Lady Luck into his hand, batting away the first, and then the second. He didn't quite catch the third coming, not expecting it to have disappeared and reappeared back into the girl's hand.

A change of tempo? the man thought to himself, knowing how blessed the girl was with strategy. Bravo, he thought as the blade came spinning. He moved, without much time, or without much armor, to defend himself, and it cut at his left side. 

It stung as the girl came towards him, the slashes quick, furious, passionate. Terradagger jumped back from the girl, and as the blades followed him, he made the time to summon a wall of earth, and only as it barely started erupting from the ground, he closed his fist around it, causing it to explode.

Rocks and earth magic would scatter everywhere, and Terradagger would send bolts of quick water magic back at the girl. Even if she'd dodged back, the waterfalls that she had left in the distance were exploded with Terra, soon after the first cast of the bolt.

His cards lifted above him, and as the dust settled from the first explosion, he sent them hissing in her general direction like dutiful arrows.

(Defending the Chosen, Nova, Bolt)

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