Tough Talks Aug 13, 2017 2:12:48 GMT
Post by Lord Xylo on Aug 13, 2017 2:12:48 GMT
[PL: 352,629 | Emperor's Will (x32P) Active! Current PL: 11,284,128 | [UT] Ki Control Active. PL Suppressed to: 300,000]
It'd been ages since Xylo had gazed on the Grand Elder's village. The last time he'd stepped foot in these hallowed grounds, he was being executed over one hundred years ago by Nai. He'd escaped then, and vowed revenge on the old bastard for killing his father. Now he was here to talk with the newest Guru, who happened to be his brother. Funny how things work out when you give it enough time.
The Mazoku Lord touched down at the top of the massive spire, gazing at the doors to the impressively large palace of the Guru. It was much less intimidating compared to the Mazoku Castle-- instead of striking fear and worry into the hearts of enemies, Guru's palace had an air of calmness to it, even in this heavy rainstorm.
Xylo stepped forwards, his boots squishing against the muddy ground as he approached. Standing outside the palace door was a lone Warrior Caste Namekian, who, upon noticing Xylo, became defensive.
"Halt! This is Guru's Palace! State your business or--" The Namekian paused, squinting curiously as Xylo advanced. It was when he picked the fin out in the darkness that he finally let out a sigh of relief. "--Nevermind. Go on in, Lord Xylo."
Xylo nodded, and walked into the palace. From first inspection, it was obviously a lot smaller on the inside than it looked from the outside. It was rather plain, all things considered. Seems like his kind of place, Xylo thought to himself.
"Helix!" shouted Xylo, walking towards the center of the room. "We need to talk about things! I know you're here, so don't try pulling your old man gimmick!"
As he wandered around the room, he'd accidentally bumped into a pedestal in the center. The orb sitting atop it wobbled in place, and was about to fall before Xylo caught it. He sighed to himself, before inspecting the ball closely. From what he could tell, it was a plain orb. Aside from a large crack down the middle, it was nothing special. Maybe Helix had enchanted it somehow, or maybe he just liked rocks. Either way, Xylo put the rock back in its pedestal, hoping his brother hadn't seen that.