promisor: (unimpressed.)
LORD VALVATOREZ。 ([personal profile] promisor) wrote in [community profile] paixaorpg2012-12-17 06:33 pm

Like a fish out of water. [Active]

Character(s): Valvatorez and YOU! (OPEN)
Content: A certain former tyrant arrives in Paixao.
Setting: Anywhere, starting from Vanaheim and ending in St. Destino.
Time: From early afternoon till evening.
Warnings: Sardines!! None yet.
Note: Doing this thing party-style as you can encounter Valzy anywhere and anytime en route to St. Destino.

Valvatorez wasn't pleased to say the least. He didn't know how or why he was so rudely torn away from his daily routine in Hades to suddenly find himself in the ruins of some city, but it didn't seem like he was going to get the answers to that any time soon. Every time he tried addressing one of the few odd-looking people around of which he could only assume were the city's inhabitants, they either ignored him entirely or reacted rather snappishly. Needless to say, the answers he sought hadn't been very forthcoming so far. Not that it was going to discourage Valvatorez any time soon, if he wanted answers, he was going to get them.

For that purpose he had picked a random direction and set out and it didn't take long for him to figure out that going in a certain direction resulted in seeing more and more of the pale-skinned, blond-haired inhabitants. Obviously that meant he was getting closer to wherever they seemed to be congregating which also possibly meant that there might be someone in charge there that could provide information whether they wanted to or not. He was fully prepared, as always, to use force if necessary.

So with that intent in mind, he made his way through all the rubble. Although that didn't stop him from veering off the path he'd set for himself whenever something interesting caught his eye.

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