Who: Iliana Dominick and OTA What: The Witch Child arrives. She does not like this place Where: On one of the main streets, deserted for some reason! Windy reason Rating: Low, she is sunshine and lollipops Status: In progress
Iliana didn't understand, what was this place, she'd woken up and nearly tripped over with the weight of...of wrong. She didn't know what could possibly be so wrong in the world to make her feel like this and she didn't know how to fix it. All the lost Harman knew was that nature was screaming out at her. It sensed in her, as she'd been learning to interpret, someone who could help. Someone connected to the wild and the primal powers. Which was ironic really since she'd found out about her wild and primal powers in a mall.
This world was broken. That much was clear to Illiana as she started to walk through the streets trying to find some sign of where she was, It wasn't Greensboro. It was nowhere familar to her and she didn't know what any of it meant. Was this part of the training or gods maybe, was this the war. She hoped not, she didn't feel ready, Wild Power or not, for what they said she would have to face. She wanted to train more, to talk to people like Hannah and Thierry. To really understand more about the world and her place in it. But maybe this actually was training.
If it was training then she'd have to do it, there were no two ways about it. So, figure out where she was, what was going on, figure out how to get back to Circle Daybreak and then kick whoever came up with this idea in the shins. Okay maybe not, that would be mean. She'd leave them out of her next batch of cookies. Okay that was also mean. Well she'd glare. Maybe. She'd make Keller glare.
Iliana started to walk, trying to figure out signs, nothing mystical really, just where she was.
And that was when it overwhelmed her. Nature powerful, deadly but out of balance, controlled by an external force. It was wrong. It was vile.
The witch stumbled against the wind sliding against the nearest wall. This was horrible. This wasn't Thierry or Hannah. They would never send her here.