Anguish & Lament [Vlapalo] Dec 4, 2014 23:30:51 GMT -6
Post by 愛 S I D D E H 愛 on Dec 4, 2014 23:30:51 GMT -6
[smear:a7c0d6]C A D E N[/smear:233849]
[smear:a7c0d6]I'm done with systems, I'm done with reasons
I'm done with questions, Done with bleeding[/smear:233849]
Tagged: Vindication Notes: Ahh sorry. It's so sad, but this would explain why Caden could try to find solace in Vlap i feel.[smear:a7c0d6]
Heavy, saddened footsteps filled in the spaces where the wind did not dare tread. A slowed body, felt as though it were decaying on it's own. There was no anger, nor sadness left. There was simply nothing. Even sadder than the countless lives lost at his hand, those of his family. Even more painful than the loss of his sister. Nothing compared to this feeling. The abyss of all-consuming nothingness. Swallowing him whole, locking out even the joy of his new family. The relationships he'd formed, in the death of his first close friend had shaken his world. The formerly stoic creature's head hung low. Eyes barely glancing ahead. The brute's body stumbled over stones, and logs. Unable to pick his feet up any higher to suffice a safe crossing. Caden had not been paying attention to his travels. Only that the mountains soon would ease his pain. He had done all he could, and though his guilt for abandoning his daughter was so great, it did not measure up to the pain of such an impressive loss.
She would still grow without him, with her brother. His beloved son Sentiment. Caden dared not speak a word to anyone of his travels. He had not expected the result of his final visit to the Outlands. They had died with Novelty. A pang in his chest surged through his body. Slowing each movement more. He could feel each muscle struggle to shift. They ached with sadness, weighted down by the sheer heaviness of gravity. The wind picked up as he broke the peak of one of the many mountains. A foreboding ledge that spoke his demise lay before him. Caden only then raised his tired head with his approach. Staring down into the clouds he now towered above. The once proud creature held no purpose now. Not even the antics with Witchcrypt could cure such an ailing heart. He stared without expression into the white void. His cruel eyes softened as he recognized his fate. A pathetic one he had once vowed never to take. He could've easily stopped in Reach and pissed the assassins off. That would not have sat well with Sentiment, nor Wicca.
Caden heaved a sigh, watching the puffs of white swirl together. Deep below the ranges were thick forests, and the mountain's impressive face. There was not a thing left for him anymore. So he closed his eyes, and let himself feel the wind on his skin. Thoughts in his mind on those he was about to leave. The pain of Novelty's death was too great for him to have ever imagined. Opening his emotion was his downfall, and a dire mistake that brought him here.