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Sirius the Great Light Detective

Post by Cedahlia on Thu Mar 30, 2017 8:05 am

Sirius’s fashionable winter boots crunched aggressively in the snow as he walked off the beaten path through the sparse area of some forest. His hands were lodged in the front pockets of his winter coat. His youthful face was caught in a frown he just couldn’t seem to get rid of.

Beside him, a majestic white fox walked along, its paws making little divots in the snow. “So,” Vale started conversationally to end the ongoing silence. “Where are we going?”

“I don’t know,” Sirius said, his voice coming out annoyed but not in the direction of the fox. “I didn’t exactly plan beyond the dramatic exit.”

“You are very good at those,” Vale commented.

“The best,” Sirius said. “Other than Haru,” he added thoughtfully. “I might just be normal but I still know how to make a spectacle.” He came to a stop and just kicked some snow in front of him. “It’s just not fair! I can do stuff too. I’ve been through shit. I’m not some delicate teenager that needs to be protected and put behind some..some glass thing or whatever.”

“Well if you calmly talk to them about what’s bothering you about what just happened-“

“Vale, I love you, you’re my best friend, but I kind of just want to vent right now,” Sirius said. “I can’t handle logic yet. Save it for when I feel better?” he requested.

“Sure,” Vale said, his multiple tails swishing against the snow covered ground.

“Thanks,” Sirius said. He petted the top of Vale’s head and sighed softly. It was so quiet out there except for them. He couldn’t even hear the sounds of fiends moving about winter. There was nothing but silence and white. His red hair was the only color in sight. In such an environment it was easy to get lost in his thoughts.

Until...

His music player started up in his pocket and began blasting a song.

I'm just a step away
I'm just a breath away
Losin' my faith today
Fallin' off the Edge today

Vale turned his head to look at Sirius’s pocket. “If you want to blast angry music, I’m totally for it, but maybe not so loud. Who knows what sleeps out here.”

“I didn’t turn it on,” Sirius said and took the thing out of his pocket.

It's just another war
Just another family torn
Falling from my faith today
Just a step from the Edge
Just another day in the world we live

“You pocket turned it on then,” Vale said.

“No, I don’t even have this song,” Sirius said and started pushing the pause button. The music wouldn’t turn off. “What the hell? Really?”

I need a hero to save me now
I need a hero (save me now)
I need a hero to save my life
A hero'll save me (just in time)

“It won’t turn off,” Sirius said, frustrated. “Maybe the cold broke it.”

Vale cocked his head to the side. “If this is something spooky…I’m out.”

“Oh come on, it’s just a malfunctioning piece of shit technology,” Sirius cursed and tried to at least turn down the volume. No go. The thing might as well be possessed for all it listened to him. Aggravated, he turned around and chucked it.

The music player hit a wall of solid ice and bounced back at Sirius, bouncing again off his leg and falling into the snow.

Who's gonna fight for what's right
Who's gonna help us survive
We're in the fight of our lives
And we're not ready to die

The music kept right on playing, oblivious to the abuse and cold. Sirius and Vale both looked up at the tower made of ice that had suddenly manifested behind them. It was taller than their current home. Taller even than his adopted fathers in their true forms. It glistened in the sunlight as the door creaked open.

The boys were speechless for a moment, just taking it in. Such a simple tower but it was utterly beautiful, crafted with obvious care.

“Welp, I’m out,” Vale said and turned around.

“Hey, not so fast,” Sirius said and grabbed the scruff of the fox’s neck. “You can’t just leave me. Look at this thing.”

“No, you look at it. I want no part in it,” Vale said.

“It doesn’t look spooky though. It just looks…I dunno…magical?” Sirius said.

Vale huffed and turned his head back. “You are the last person I trust to tell me if something is haunted, you realize.”

“Yeah…fair enough,” Sirius said. He paused. “I really want to look inside. You’re not going to abandon me to go alone, are you?”

Vale whined. “No. Fine. I hate you. I want ice cream after this.”

“Deal,” Sirius said.

I've got a hero (I've got a hero)
Livin' in me

I'm gonna fight for what's right
Today I'm speaking my mind
And if it kills me tonight
(I will be ready to die)

A hero's not afraid to give his life
A hero's gonna save me just in time

The music faded into the background as Sirius and Vale entered the ice tower.

- - -

“Hello?” Sirius said as they walked through the first part of the tower. It was ice on the inside as well. The first floor seemed to just be a garden of plants sculpted from ice. It was incredibly beautiful and enchanting. “This would be a great place for a photoshoot,” he commented.

“Yeah, if the owner doesn’t shoo us off for trespassing,” Vale commented and sniffed at the ice trees and flowers. “This is just normal ice,” he commented.

“See? Not spooky. Just…art,” Sirius. That was mildly disappointing but he still had to wonder what the tower was doing there in the middle of nowhere. It hadn’t been there before. He knew that. “Hello!” he called again. “Anyone home?”

Nothing. There was not a sound in the whole of the tower. Nothing to be heard at all other than the sound of their own footsteps. Sirius did a trick with his light but everything looked normal. One of the flowers turned vaguely yellowish in color but that was all.

“Maybe the owner froze to death here.”

“Wow,” Vale said. “That was incredibly morbid of you.”

“I’m just saying,” Sirius said and continued onward. There wasn’t much but the ice plants so he found the stairs and ascended up the tower.

- - -

Each floor they reached had different ice sculptures in different themes. The second floor was furniture. The third floor was accessories. The fourth floor was technology. The fifth floor was books.

“Everything in this room smells normal too,” Vale commented as they looked over the books. Most of them were just plain ice carvings of books. But three of them had different symbols on the covers: A chain, a dream symbol, and the last one looked as if it had been clawed out. Sirius couldn’t tell what was meant to have been there.

“Hm,” he said as he put the three books down. Curious, he continued to look at the books. He found a few others that had words on the covers.

The Betrayed.

Eternal Rest.

Endless Captivity.

Sin.

“This mean anything to you?” Sirius asked Vale.

The ninetails looked at the ice books. “Nope,” he said. “But neither of us are the brains,” he reminded his friend.

“True that,” Sirius said and put the books down.

“Can we leave now?” Vale asked. He wasn’t as nervous now as he’d been when he first entered the ice tower but he still felt that something was wrong in the air. He could sense magic but it seemed to be coming from above and he wasn’t massively interested in discovering the source of it.

“No, there’s only two floors left,” Sirius said. “We came this far. We should check them out. Besides, something feels wrong. I know all this is normal so far but…It’s not right.”

Vale shifted uncomfortable where he stood.

“You sense it too, don’t you?” Sirius asked.

“Yes,” Vale admitted reluctantly.” There is magic in this room but it isn’t very strong. More…warding magic,” he said.

“What’s that?” Sirius asked.

“Everything here is pretty ice based but there’s containment magic mixed in with it from the smell. And the magic in here smells like…release magic,” he said. “It’s hard to explain.” Vale wasn’t sure how to put it into the words for the human that correctly described what he was getting.

“Hm…” Sirius said. “Might we well go up then and see what that’s all about.”

- - -

The sixth floor was the emptiest of them all so far. There were only three ice sculptures and they weren’t very large. They were located in the very middle of the room and appeared to be some kind of cat type fiend.

Sirius knelt down in front of them. They were almost identical except for markings in the patterns etched into the “fur” for the ice. “They almost look real…” he said as he touched the nose of one of them.

“They’re not,” Vale said as he sniffed all three of them. “Ice. Enchanted ice, yes. But still ice.”

“I bet these mean something,” Sirius said, looking at the symbols carved into the ice cats.

“Drake and Hikari would probably know what,” Vale commented. “Or Eden.”

Sirius frowned and made a sound that wasn’t quite a grrr but was close. He stood up quickly, his hands back in his pockets. “One more floor and then we’re out,” he said, suddenly not as keen to be in this tower as before. The troubles from earlier had returned and he lost part of his curiosity. But he was stubborn and determined to see the tower exploration through even if nothing came of it.

- - -

The seventh and final floor was not nearly as empty as the last. Although there were only three main ice sculptures, they were not of fiends but of men. Young men, appearing to be around Eden’s age. They were similar enough in face to be identified as family. There were chains attached to various parts of each of the men’s bodies. The chains extended from the ice walls and seemed to be anchored there.

Sirius could tell right away that the chains were magic. He didn’t know what kind specifically but he recognized the feel of them from similar chains in the Hunters’ prep room back at the manor.

“This seems a bit excessive for sculptures,” Sirius said, hoping beyond hope that this was just some weird art display.

Vale sniffed the air. “No…These are real.”

“Those are humans?” Sirius asked.

“No…” Vale shook his head. One of his tails briefly brushed against one of the many chains in the room. It sent a shock through his body that caused him to jump. While his main reflex was to flee, he wouldn’t actually leave Sirius. His claws dug down into the ice floor and he made a sound of pure anxiety and unhappiness.

“I know, I know,” Sirius said, petting his head and checking that he was uninjured while also avoiding the chains. “These people are alive. Fiends. Whatever they are. We can’t just leave now knowing they’re trapped here.”

“They might be trapped for a good reason,” Vale hissed.

“Or a nefarious one,” Sirius said. He stood up straighter and took in the room. He didn’t know the first thing about how to free this people. There was nothing around to signify who they were or what had done this to them.

But the longer he stared the more he realized something. “Hey…the chains don’t originate from the wall,” Sirius said. “Look. They’re coming from his bracelet.” He pointed to a bracelet on the wrist of the middle sculpture. “These aren’t what trapped them. I think they were meant to but now…now they’re just…protecting them, I think.”

“So their attackers tried to bind them and had the chains turned on them?” Vale asked. “Okay…How about we don’t mess with that. Come on, we should get the Hunters or somebody.”

“No,” Sirius said. “I can figure this out on my own. I can do this. Just give me a minute, okay?”

“Okay,” Vale agreed and started to lick the tail that had been shocked.

Sirius suddenly left the room and went back to the sixth floor to look at the sculptures of the fiends. He was sure that these fiends were the three men in the room above. And if the chains weren’t what was keeping them bound then something else was. Something else that had to be tied to the tower somehow.

“Here,” he said to Vale as he pointed to the symbols etched on the fiend sculptures. “Maybe these are related to the books with those symbols on them. See how their paws are? They’re meant to be holding something. I bet it’s those books.”

“How do we know which symbol here corresponds to which book symbol?” Vale asked.

“I don’t know,” Sirius admitted. “I’ll just have to figure it out.” They both quickly descended the stairs once more. Sirius was quick to grab the three books he’d been looking at earlier and rushed back up the stairs with them. He made it halfway before he noticed the change in the ice. It was starting to crack and turn an ominous red color.

“Uh….” He looked at Vale, the ice fox, for an explanation.

“Keep going,” Vale said and nudged Sirius up the stairs with his head.

Once at the top of the stairs, Sirius could sense magic materializing below as the ice became even redder in color. “Vale…there aren’t any doors,” he said, starting to actually feel a bit panicked for the first time.

“I got this,” the ice fox and planted himself firmly at the top of the stairway. “You just figure out the riddle.”

Sirius hesitated a moment but then he turned around and quickly went over to the ice cats. He spread the books out in front of him. The last one was useless because of the claw marks obscuring the symbol. He’d had to ignore that one until he figure out the other two.

It took more time than he wanted to think about to solve the riddle. He was really starting to feel the cold. It was making it harder to move and was causing him to feel a little sleeping. But he finally put the last book in the paw of the last ice cat.

Nothing happened.

He waited.

Still nothing happened.

The sounds below did not get any better either.

Sirius felt panic beginning to take over. He dug his nails into his almost numb hands, using the pain to force himself to focus and concentrate. And suddenly he remembered how the flower in one of the previous rooms had changed colors with his light.

Immediately he lit up the room with his special light. It turned each cat and book a different color. Thinking of each of the symbols, he adjusted the colors until finally he felt something click.

Below him the magic raged.

Above him, the sound of heavy, metal chains hitting the floor.

The ice of the tower turned as red as fresh spilled blood. And then the tower vanished completely. Sirius and Vale were once more standing in the snow outside. Sirius was still on his knees, Vale still behind him, paused in whatever ice magic he’d been working to keep Sirius safe from whatever had been in the tower.

Sirius stood up slowly. Only when he looked up did he see that the three men were standing there. But they weren’t ice any longer. Their eyes were a pale gold. Their clothes were darkest black.

The first one with the obscured book was slightly taller than the other two. He had long, pale blonde hair and the tanned skin of the people of Alola. The one at the end who had had the dream symbol had hair that was shorter in the back and longer in the front. His hair was a brassy copper that faded to black at the ends. His skin was pale. And the one in the middle, who stood slightly in front of the other two, had the shorted hair of all. It was completely black. His skin was somewhere in between the other two’s in color. There was something regal about him.

Sirius exhaled quietly, both in relief and slight awe. They were all three incredibly beautiful, more so than any normal human could be. They reminded him of the way Jiyong and Taeyang appeared as humans, almost too perfect to fully belong in the mortal world.

“Are you the one who freed us?” the middle one asked. His voice had a commanding tone to it.

“Yes,” Sirius said and put his hand down on Vale’s head as the fox came to stand beside him.

“Hm,” the middle one said and looked him over. “Do you know who we are?” he asked, curious.

Sirius shook his head.

“What’s your name?” the freed man asked.

“Sirius,” he answered. “And this is Vale.”

All three men looked at Vale for a moment and then back up to Sirius. It was obvious that the middle one was their leader of their little group. “Are you a Hunter?” he asked.

Sirius made a face. “No,” he admitted.

The man smiled, as if pleased. There was something a little unsettling about that smile. Sirius suddenly felt nervous. But then the moment passed. “It seems we are in your debt. A gift for you then, from each of us.”

The taller one came forward first. He ran his finger down Sirius’s palm. Sirius shivered, unsure if it was from the cold or whatever magic he’d suddenly been blessed with. When he was finished, the taller man walked away to the side.

The one at the end came next. He ran a finger down Sirius’s forehead. Then he too walked away to the side.

The middle one, the leader, came last. He ran a finger along Sirius’s chest. “Goodbye, Light Master. And thank you,” he whispered, his voice causing Sirius to shiver once more. Then he too walked away. Once he joined the other two, they all three vanished in a crackle of electricity.

- - -

With the departure of the fiend brothers, it was once more silent. Sirius just stood there with Vale and stared at the spot where they’d once been. “Fuck yes!” he suddenly exclaimed, startling the fox. “Take that, Hunters! I can be a hero too!”

“You know karma is going to get you for that comment,” Vale said.

“Vale, come on. Let me have this,” Sirius said. He was much too pumped to care about how karma may or may not bite him later. He was going to enjoy the smug feeling for as long as he could.

“I think your music player is lost,” Vale said he bent down and sniffed the snow.

“I don’t even care,” Sirius said. “I owned that!”

“Does that mean we’re going back now?” Vale asked, lifting his head. “To the drama?”

“Hell no,” Sirius said. “We’re going to the library to figure out just what in the hell all of that was. With my luck I just unleashed some great evil or something. I gotta check before I rub it in their faces that I’m not complete fail with these sort of things.”

“Smart,” Vale commented. “It’s a good plan.”
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Re: Sirius the Great Light Detective

Post by Cedahlia on Thu Mar 30, 2017 8:15 am

At the library, Vale put a book down in front of Sirius. "So apparently you did a pretty wicked thing," he said.

"Suh-weet," Sirius said and looked down at the book.

"Yeah. But also no," Vale said and looked awkward.

"Oh...Did I unleash great evil upon the world and thousands of people shall soon be cursing my name?" Sirius asked.

"Minor evil," Vale said.

"Awesome," Sirius replied with sarcasm. "Welp..." He actually started to read up on the story of the three brothers he'd just released. Their whole story. And then their capture. "Oh for fuck's sake," he said and put his head in his hands. "I will agree that I fucked up but you know, I think their dad is like epic worse. They did not deserve eternal imprisonment for being pissed at him and acting out."

"Gods are a bit harder to bind, I'd think," Vale commented. "So they went with what they could get, I guess." He shrugged.

"Huh...This kind of looks like the name of Drake and Hikari's dad," Sirius said, amused. And then he suddenly wasn't. "Oh no, it is him isn't it? Oh they're going to be so pissed..."

"Awww, you are such a fuck up," Vale said. "I mean, you didn't just unleash evil, you unleashed evil person to your daddies master and his sister. Way to go, Sirius." He pat him on the back.

Sirius dropped his head onto the book. "Awwww, man. They're going to kill me. This is going to be like my fourth brush with death."

"Fourth?" Vale asked.

"Oh...You don't want to know," Sirius said and lifted his head. He dragged his hand over his face. So....Let's discuss options here."
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Post by Cedahlia on Thu Mar 30, 2017 9:14 am

Sirius looked down at his phone. "Oh snap. Parentals want me home like right now. Do you think they know?"

"Well...I mean they're gods..." Vale said.

"So yes," Sirius said and ran his hand over his face again.

"So you're probably dead," Vale commented.

"Yeah... but it won't be the first time parents of tried to kill me," he said. "Or the second..." He shook his head. "Let's get this over with."

"I could hide you," Vale offered." Fairy glamour over dragons all day every day," he said. "Oh that sounds exhausting. I might not love you that much."

"Thanks, Vale," Sirius said, trying to laugh but failing. "All righty. Time for home."

He'd had a pretty dramatic exit when he'd left. His entrance was equally as awkward. "So I'm home..." he said, already expecting the yelling he knew he was going to get.
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Post by Cedahlia on Thu Mar 30, 2017 9:32 am

Sirius hadn't had a chance to talk at all. He'd been immediately accosted and they were all talking and freaking out. Well, just Drake was freaking out. But he was doing it a lot. Enough for the rest of them.

He couldn't do anything but stare at them all. And when he finally had a chance to speak, he knew it wouldn't be much of a chance. He couldn't really say anything. Sorry? Nah. What was I supposed to do, just ignore the tower and not go inside to see what was up? Also no. He just looked at Vale. "I might have preferred the murder," he whispered quietly to him.

"No, but really, what's going on?" Sirius asked. "I'm good. No missions. Really. I don't need training. I'm going to stick to fashion shows. They're emotionally damaging but physically safe."
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Post by Cedahlia on Thu Mar 30, 2017 9:39 am

"So....you're mad," Sirius commented even though, hello, captain obvious moment? "I mean...I guess I don't get why they would come after you and your sister instead of your dad since, I mean, it's not your fault your dad's a dick. And like, they seem to be the type to, you know, relate to shitty dads."

"I am exhausted," Vale announced, seriously happy not to have to go to some creepy ass shit but not very pleased that Sirius had been stolen. "Do you know how hard it was to deal with that enchanted evil ice crap?" he asked Hikari. "Your dad is fucked up. In the head. A lot. No. I'm out." He immediately started to clean his fur.
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Post by Cedahlia on Thu Mar 30, 2017 9:54 am

"I don't really think in very nefarious ways," Sirius admitted. "Didn't much take after my parents...Either sets. Oh wait...Nope, didn't take much after the dragons either. Sorry?" He didn't know how to handle Drake when he was like this. "So...has anyone ever told you that you're like...really scary when you're mad."

"I don't think you really want a coward like me on your side," Vale said as he looked up at Hikari. "If you need someone to make you fabulous, girl, I got you. But spooky, creepy and downright scary? Nah. I can face dragons. I can't do ghosts."
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Post by Cedahlia on Thu Mar 30, 2017 10:09 am

Sirius just laughed in a sort of nervous way. "Right...So when I die, my business goes to Vale and..." He thought about that for a moment. "And...I totally love Glitch. I may or may not haunt him. Just cuz."

Vale laughed. "A bravery defect? I like that. That's good. I'm going to use that." He tilted his head for more pets. "Your brother isn't going to get my best friend killed, right?"
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Post by Cedahlia on Thu Mar 30, 2017 10:48 am

"Yeah, I know, everyone talks about you alllll the time. Even the dragons. I am so bored of your name. Not of you as a person. Just...your name." Sirius grinned. "So...you're describing my life before the twins. Cool. Always wanted to go back to that. No biggie."

"Hm...I mean I did but...He's not really scared of things that people should be scared because...I don't know. I think he was dropped on his head as a child," Vale said. "A lot....Like way too much."
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"Nah...Not really. It does come off that way. I don't know. I have issues. I think that's a requirement now, to be in our group of friends. Like you have to be fucked up somehow. Right?" Sirius said.

"I mean, I get that with Sirius...but that's not how it worked with me at all," Vale said. "But he's different. That humans for you, maybe?"
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Post by Cedahlia on Thu Mar 30, 2017 11:21 am

"It's not that," Sirius said and looked down at his hands. "I'm not a Hunter. Not everyone can be, right? I just...the twins are the first people to take me in that make me want to be something special. But I'm not. And when I see how everyone looks up to you and your sister and how great you two are I just...I want my dads to feel that way about me. But that's kind of stupid. I am clearly not you."

"Uh...So...." Vale said and then just shut up. "Yeah no. I'm not telling him." He went off and sat down on a cushion and got comfortable.
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"Seriously?" Sirius asked. "Dude, you could have given me a heads up. That thing ambushed me! Like full on possessed player which I totally abandoned because no thank you and then it was just there and just...calling to me. Like Moana and the ocean. Dude, I had to. It's like...destiny....Or some shit." He face palmed.

"Oh really? Because he already has nightmares. Like...ugh. I am going to never sleep again..." Vale said and just put his paws over his face. He didn't mind Hikari being there right now. But he knew, just knew, he was going to have to be up with Sirius when they'd scarred him for life. Again.
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"And these little fuckers are...what? I'm assuming they're not ghosts because this would be pointless for me as they literally can't touch me without shit happening," he said. "I mean, except for Glitch, who is just immune for...reasons."

"Hey, I was comforting him at night long before you were even a thing," Vale said to Glitch. He didn't actually dislike his bestie's boyfriend but he had a super huge thing against ghosts. For reasons. Deeply personal reasons. So they didn't get on perfectly.
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"Wait, hold on," Sirius said. "You thought the way to scare me into having common sense or whatever is to bring me to creatures that murder children? What is wrong with you? Seriously? Why would anyone want to see that? Why do you even do this....no wait. I get it. The whole, hero thing. Right." He sighed. "It smells so bad. I better be allowed to hit these things with this...crowbar." He looked at it with a frown on his face. "I feel like I should be an underground lab fending off aliens. Not...this."

"Ew," Vale said. "No offense to you, Hikari, but humans are not....ew," he repeated and made a face. He shuddered. He wanted no part of kissing on humans. No. Nuh uh. "He's not a green. What are you even-Oh. Oh, you mean jealousy. I get it. I was so doing that on purpose. Like I think that was obvious. But fine. I will play nice with...you."
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