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“Jen?” Shafari held up a vial containing pink sand, rotating it slightly so that the nearby candlelight reflected off its inner contents. The sand slightly glistened with a multicolor radiance when illumined just right. He then removed its cap and took a sniff. At the first hint of drowsiness, he quickly held it away. “You are a legend, my friend.”
“More like an accident waiting to happen.” Jenario crossed his arms and glanced between the tent flaps toward the front entrance of their progressing city. The approach of night sent several individuals hurrying to light lanterns set up along the streets. As each was lit, their warm glow wavered along the stone walls that marked the perimeters of the city. “I only keep my stuff here because I didn’t want Abraham getting into anything. He’s been a handful lately.”
“He just needs room to grow.” With a sigh, Shafari set the vial back with a few other containers that Jenario had managed to scrounge together. “You know what your problem is? You don’t take enough credit for the things you do. Where would Nickademis be without all his medicines, hmm? It was you who made them.”
“But what?” Shafari stared hard at him. “Do you have any idea what this could mean? You’re not just some ordinary alchemist, Jen. There’re plenty who can throw some flowers in a pot of boiling water and call it an herbal concoction. But this? You actually changed the chemical properties of the sand itself. It’s now something completely different.”
“I don’t see how that’s possible.” Jenario picked up the same vial to examine it. “It fell over and broke, which wasn’t even my doing. And it’s not like I wasn’t doing what any other alchemist does. Throw plants in a pot!”
What are Healers?
A Healer is a shape-shifter who takes on animal forms, depending on what element it has chosen. While actual healing abilities are limited to certain elements, Healers are hands-down the masters of magic, are fairly social but stubborn beings!
There are four basic elements: Fire, Air, Earth, and Water. These elements are what comprise the magic within Nature. And yet a Healer is born with no bond to Nature whatsoever. To become One with it, they must first accept one of its elements, and has the option to purge all magic in order to change over to a different element – but can only change up to three times.
The Great Elemental Masters
Throughout history, Nature has controlled the seasons without the need of Healers. But times change. Now, these three masters have been selected for their powerful talents to help balance out what Nature has done for millennium.
To become a master of the elements, one must be "reborn." Once reawakened, their connection to Nature intensifies. Energy does not burn out as quickly as regular Healers.
Masters cannot die, unless Nature no longer needs them. When death does come, they are simply regenerated to the level they left off. This, however, may not be possible due to the growing Darkness infesting the land, sucking away at Nature's energy needed for regeneration.
EDIT: I've been rethinking this and I think theses masters ARE their actual element, making it impossible for them to die until the Darkness affects their abilities.
How Many Story Ideas Have You Come Up with, or Plan to Write ~
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