Aeria acct: nallely1024
Melody- love story
Melody’s Bad Ending Route
It was hate at first sight. Moonhazel had her guns pointed at the flower fairy searching for revenge. This innocent looking fairy had already claimed many victims to her bewitching harp that controlled their hearts and eventually broke their souls. She was formerly known as Eve the black widow. However, this particular fairy has the ability to change her appearance, according to the rumors, and is now wearing the appearance of an innocent blonde maiden dressed in a green dress. Moonhazel had been searching far and wide for this one moment by going of on rumors of a magical harp being heard in a Maplewood Glen by several adventurers who frequently swapped stories at the Arcadian alchemy pub. She smiled. At last, she thought. Now I can put my first lover's soul to rest. The thought of revenge was the only way she could move on.
She edged closer to the fairy who was unaware of the revenge- driven adventurer and was preoccupied watching the cute little furvals dance around a campfire. Moonhazel glared hard with eyes full of contempt and had made a vow to end anymore tragedies from occurring anymore.
She took a deep breath and tried to hit her with a few rounds of incendiary rounds, but was pushed back hard by Marisa.
The bullets barely missed the fairy by a few inches and she quickly turned around in shock.
"Marisa," She growled flat on her back."I've been surviving and leveling up just for this one moment and now you just took it away from me!"
“Moonhazel! Stop it, you're being brainwashed. It's so unlike you! I'm sorry for not stopping you before you got like this.”
Moonhazel ignores Marisa and quickly uses inspiration followed by a flip to catch the fairy who had already started running away in fear.
The fairy soon trips over a gravestone and Moonhazel quickly catches up to her. She stands over Eve and laughs in contempt. "Now it's all over, fairy girl. Victory is all mine." She raises her hallowed force gunblades and points it towards Eve’s body and is about to aim until…
Moonhazel hears crying. Huh what? Who is crying over this evil fairy?
“Are you okay?” The fairy softly asks.
Moonhazel sniffs. “Of course I'm okay,” she snaps. “Anyways what's wrong with you asking your future killer if they're alright?” Tears start streaming down her face with her hands gripping the gunblades tightly.
The fairy pauses and thinks for a moment. “I don't think you want to kill me,” she smiles innocently. “You're a good and sweet natured girl which I can tell since I felt no malice when you pointed those guns at me in the first place. And yes, I did know you were behind me the whole time, but I believe in fate and if I was killed by you well that was my fate. Nothing more, nothing less.”
“Fate?” Moonhazel scoffs. “You believe in silly things like fate. I also used to believe in that but my lover soon disappeared and never returned. So was it my fate to lose him? Or is it fate to lose people who I cared about just because of a lapse of judgment?” Moonhazel tries to go on and on but her legs can no longer hold up and she collapses on the burial grounds to weep for her fallen comrades.
The fairy soon sits up and pats Moonhazel's back before hugging her tightly as if to share all the sorrow within her heart. The sadness soon ebbs away and Moonhazel's heart get lighters as she relaxes in Eve’s embrace. The slow rise and fall of her breathing calms Moonhazel down. They stay like that for a while until Moonhazel starts to feel a bit self conscious being so close to a stranger and especially a fairy at that.
Moonhazel hadn't looked at her closely since she was blinded by hate but Eve’s blue mythical soul-catching eyes capture her.They speak of wisdom and compassion within them and anyone who tries to look directly will be lost and enraptured by the beauty.
Moonhazel was torn. It's not within her nature to break a vow, but it is also not her style to kill someone who had shared her kindness. And this fairy seemed to not be as wicked as the stories went. In fact, now she wasn't so sure anymore if they're had any validity in them to begin with. Her lover after all,was in pursuit of this fairy to apprehend her until he died from overwork. So, she really had no reason to still kill this fairy. It was not her fault.
With her mind made up,Moohazel thanked the fairy for comforting her in her time in need and secretly wished to get to know Eve better, but she had to return back to her SilverSword guild who needed her back. Katheli and her HolyKnights couldn't run the guild without her, fair and unbiased judgement on guild duties, for too long. And someone had to keep her cute yet loyal goofballs from getting into mischief.She bid the enchanting fairy farewell and was on her way to Merdia until she heard a scream in the town square.
Moonhazel quickly hopped on her Midnight Unicorn mount and leapt into combat mode,whipping out her dual gunblades, as soon as her feet touched the town square. Somehow in the midst of her meeting with the fairy, a band of resentful ghosts had infiltrated the protective barrier that surrounded the town. The talisman were shredded leaving the town defenseless!
Moonhazel quickly fired off some incendiary rounds followed with an Elusive Shot in quick succession dealing a lot of damage to the Resentful Ghosts. More and more ghosts started appearing and it soon turned into a battle of wits where Moonhazel had to gather all the ghosts into one line by using flip and inspiration to grab their attention away from the innocent civilians. Her fast reflexes allowed her to fire off some frigid rounds and follow it with a Spray’ n Pray to root the ghosts in their path. She was doing so well, but then from a distance she saw more ghosts infiltrating as reinforcements. Moonhazel silently prayed and prepared herself to fight to the death since she loved Twin Saga and its inhabitants so much that she couldn't live with herself if she simply abandoned them in their time of need. Her guild members and other adventurers she met would surely understand why she had to do it this way. It was the only way to save Maplewood Glen. She smiled and braced herself to use her ultimate.
All of a sudden, a melodic melody was heard all throughout Maplewood Glen. Eve! Moonhazel smiled, "it sounds just like her to play her harp in the battlefield." She kept attacking the Resentful Ghosts who were slowly becoming purified by Eve's lovely, honey-sounding music that was pleasing to the soul. Moonhazel meanwhile kept fighting and headed over to where she heard the sound. She gasped in awe when she see the fairy. She is as beautiful as an angel and looks too radiant to be a simple fairy.
As Eve kept playing her harp, the purification grew larger in power and soon enough the ghosts were defeated. "Yoo hoo we did it! We saved Maplewood Glen!" Moonhazel cheers. But, the celebration quickly ends for Moonhazel when she notices that Eve’s face is glistened in sweat and her face is pale.
"Moonhazel", Eve whispers. "I got stronger right?" She smiles weakly and continues, "I think this is the end for me, and don't look so sad, I do not regret using up all my magic to save you."
"Just me?"Moonhazel starts to cry and crouches down to hold the dying Eve in her arms.
"Yes", Eve smiles. "You don't remember this but you have saved me from being banished from the fairy kingdom. Since fairies are supposed to have magic, but I didn't have any magic and was considered a disgrace to the kingdom. I ran away to the human world in shame and found myself in an abandoned forest. You found me there which was surprising since only a human pure soul are able to see us, faires. You had asked me if I had any magic and I told you no.You were surprised by my response , but you still came to visit me each day in the forest to help me find my trigger for my magic source. One day you came with a harp to play some music for me and told me to test it out. When I touched it, magic suddenly overflowed into me and I played the most beautiful concert you had ever heard. That's when I was suddenly taken by the fairy world peace keepers who had to wipe your memories of me clean. But I never forgot you. Not even for a second. I think it was that moment that I fell in love with you."
"I love you too!" Moonhazel cries out. She had never met anyone who was so trusting and compassionate to her unconditionally.
But sadly their time was cut short before their love had started to blossom. Eve ’s body disappeared into sparkle dust and Moonhazel renamed the fairy Melody in order to remember her lovely musical notes. Maplewood Glen citizens created a statue with the starcrossed lovers who fought heroically to fight against the ghosts.
Legend says that Melody's harp can still be heard in Maplewood Glen whenever a couple is formed.