militia: (It's like nobody else is there)
shuri oak ([personal profile] militia) wrote2012-03-22 12:12 am

thirty-fourth • audio

Hmmm... [ He doesn't really have anything to say this time. No dramatic request for servants or anything like that. Though he really wants one. Instead he idly flips the page back and forth, resting his chin on his hand. ]

Say, Luceti. Tell me your favorite things from your world. Mine was the sky. It was everywhere. Where some of you had "oceans", we just had sky!
broji: (roll up your sleeves; roger)

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[personal profile] broji 2012-03-28 03:39 pm (UTC)(link)
Sky everywhere? That sounds really amazing. [He can't quite hide a note of excitement.]

Then, I guess instead of sailing, you flew, right?
broji: (huh; oh really?)

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[personal profile] broji 2012-04-04 07:32 pm (UTC)(link)
If you don't mind, how did you fly? Was it through a machine or by using some type of magic? A flying monster?
broji: (calm; confident; flying ace)

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[personal profile] broji 2012-04-08 04:14 am (UTC)(link)
Equipping monsters with machinery... [Hmn.] It's a shame about the flying devices, though.

Anyway, the sky's a favorite of mine, too. One day I'd like to share flying with as many people as I can. But besides that? I enjoy visiting new places and seeing new things, or even old things we've forgotten existed.
broji: (huh; oh really?)

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[personal profile] broji 2012-04-09 02:19 pm (UTC)(link)
Like ancient technology from 2000 years ago?
broji: (calm; confident; flying ace)

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[personal profile] broji 2012-04-10 02:07 am (UTC)(link)
Actually, it's not boring at all! We've lost a lot of technology since the Dawn Age, stuff that we can only dream about now.
broji: (a change of direction)

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[personal profile] broji 2012-04-16 01:19 am (UTC)(link)
You'd think so, but it doesn't seem to always work that way. I guess after centuries of wars and technologies changing hands, the plans for them were lost. Some were buried in what are now ruins.

Even when they were rediscovered, people didn't know how to use them at first. A lot of them are still a mystery to us, but that doesn't stop us from trying to figure out how they worked.