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Pact Name: Alice True Name: Solver of All Formula Age: ??? Power: Death and Corrosion Equipment: Deaths Embrace (Default White Dress), Armor of the End, Wings of Calamity, Apocrypha (Sword) Info: Not much is really known about her and very few know of her existence. The only thing that is truly known about her is how dangerous she is. Feared in many worlds throughout the multiverse as a harbinger of the end. She has a very jaded perspective on the world as sees death as simply a natural cycle that cannot be denied. As such she holds no emotions from seeing or carrying out mass genocides. She does however have a hatred towards her inability to save or hold onto to anything with her power and immortality. A girl cursed to be alone for eternity.

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The Incident at the Suraimu Mines
"Hoh~. I may be inclined to assist thee though I'm curious. Wouldst something occur upon thine time of ending?" she asked, a tilt of her head and the same innocent smile.
The Incident at the Suraimu Mines
"Starvation" she pondered on the word "Tis truly a horrible way to perish." she continued as she walked over to one of the walls and looked over the agent. "Art I to assume thine palate consists of humanity?" she asked before turning her curious gaze back towards the creature.
The Incident at the Suraimu Mines
Alice would look at the agents all pinned to the wall, a giggle escaping her lips as she observed their state and wondered to herself if she should help them or leave them. Well, the thought was only momentary before her attention was brought to the large creature that sat in the middle of this part of the cave system. She looked on curiously and upon noticing it's eye gazing upon her she gave it a sweet smile. "Mine name is Alice" she said as she curtsied to the creature "Wouldst thee perhaps be the ruler of the children I met earlier" she asked without a hint of malice or fear, as if this creature was an everyday triviality she simply smiled and awaited it's answer.
The Incident at the Suraimu Mines
Alice would look upon the insects as they ignored her and continued on with their business with apparent disappointment but she wouldn't pursue them any longer. Instead, she would look at the trail of blood curiously before deciding to see where it would lead her. Expecting to find either a hive or some more wondrous creatures to stave off her boredom she continued forward int the deeper parts of the cave.
The Incident at the Suraimu Mines
After she introduced herself she would look back up to the two remaining insects as she took notice of the pollen behind them. The corrosive field that covered her hands once again formed around her body to protect her. She had deemed it unnecessary to concentrate it in her hands considering the ease at which her empowered body had already reached through the skull of the first ones. With this the thin layer of corrosion around her body should kill any of the pollen that comes into contact with her. Well, this would protect her from it but it wouldn't exactly stop the pollen from getting past her and affecting anyone else. In the end other people were not her concern. It wasn't as if anyone had formally even requested her help. Instead she would take her focus off the pollen and turn it back to her assailants as she thought about how she could prolong and enjoy this fight. As their simple uncoordinated movements did nothing more than cause them to fall over each other as she weaved between their attacks with the grace and agility of professional dancer. She intently watched them to see if they had even a modicum of intelligence of maybe even an instinct she could take advantage of. If their appearance was anything to go off of then they would most likely have something of a hive or maybe even a queen. Would it be possible to exploit an instinct within them to lead me to them? Or is the pollen here similar to the spores in that they change you on a biological level and thus they need no hive. But even then the pollen has to be coming from somewhere. She would continue to dance around the two as she looked around the area for any signs of something that could answer her questions.
The Incident at the Suraimu Mines
Mana flowed in her body, reinforcing it and strengthening it beyond mortal limits. As power quickly flowed in her body, the corrosive field that covered her body to protect her against weak attacks redirected to her hands as she placed strength into her waist and legs. She didn't dodge them, instead she took a single step forward while jabbing her hand into the mouth of the closest one to the far left. Any resistance that she could have been met with piercing it's skull would be for naught as the corrosive field around her hand weakened the inside of it's mouth to which her hand quickly stabbed into. Before it's body could fall limb or fully react she immediately threw it's body to the other two who attacked her head, knocking them back. She then stared down upon them with amusement as a small smile formed on her lips. &quot;Tis proper form to introduce thine self before attempting to steal a young girls lips. Now then, shall we try this again.&quot; she curtsies to the three with a slightly lowered head &quot;Mine name is Alice. Tis a pleasure to meet thine acquaintance. I hope thee wouldst entertainment mine self for a while longer&quot; she said, an innocent smile on her face<div class='edited'>(edited by Origin_Alice)</div>
The Incident at the Suraimu Mines
Alice would continue to walk forward, a very thin yet slightly concentrated corrosive field covering her as she strolls upon seeing the three figures. A brow raises in curiosity as her crimson colored eyes tried to make out the creatures before her. All things considered, they were probably the source of the buzzing which meant they were probably insectoids of some kind. She would move closer to them, careful not to fall as she tread over the uneven ground. She still wasn't used to walking everywhere but now that she thought about it there wasn't any real reason to continue walking now that she wasn't in public. Thinking this far she began to lightly float off of the ground and float towards the three figures.
The Incident at the Suraimu Mines
Alice would look back towards the path she had just left, her keen ears barely picking up on the changes in the room she had just vacated. She sighed and shook her head as she thought to herself that the spider themed cosplayer should have disposed of those men when she told him too. At least that way they could have still died as humans. Regardless, you reap what you sew and he'll now have to take care of that problem himself. This time she decides to follow the sound of the buzzing into the west passage way, assuming that the girl who left before had also wandered this way upon hearing the buzzing. If not then at least this might be able to curb some of her boredom, though thinking on that line a part of her thought it might be best to return to the eastern cavern to at least watch the fight. Nevertheless, the embarrassment of making such a speech and returning would be a little much and so she continues to move through the western cave. <div class='edited'>(edited by Origin_Alice)</div>
The Incident at the Suraimu Mines
&quot;Unfortunately&quot; Alice spoke as she dusted off her dress and, if the tunnel was deeper, would continue on &quot;Just because thee understands doesn't mean thy shall be happy. Understanding can breed just as much contempt, though&quot; she would stop for a few seconds &quot;To you who hath abandoned thine thoughts and chosen to become dolls then such words are lost on thee.&quot; she said before walking once more in boredom. &quot;I hath advise you slay them. They shalt not return to sanity and shall only hinder thine movements in the future&quot; she said as she left the group in search of something else. &quot;Death wouldst be a mercy to them compared to what comes after&quot; If the cave didn't go further then she would be making her way back through the prior path towards the entrance.<div class='edited'>(edited by Origin_Alice)</div>
The Incident at the Suraimu Mines
&quot;I see&quot; she said with understanding as she watched the scene play out before her. She wouldn't say anything further, not seeming to want to ruin the surprise as she simply watched in intrigue and waited for the others reaction. The spores in the air may not be the real threat after all and either way they wouldn't effect someone with her constitution anyways. She simply remained silent and observed the mushroom, the agents, the part of the cave she now found herself in.

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Dreaming of Death
<center><i>What are dreams? I wonder when I hath begun to have them. When I began to dream of a red sky and a familiar figure whose name I know yet can never recall. Will I know thine name if I simply continue to dream? Forever?</i></center> Maybe today started as a normal day. A day where you conducted your normal morning rituals. Set out for school or work or simply slept in because this was a day you had off. A day when you decided to walk around the town looking for anything of interest. Whether it was chasing down a urban legend or gossiping with your friends about rumors you heard around town. This day however was different. Why you ask? That answer could be simply answered the moment you witnessed the others around you staring into the sky. How it grew dark and you looked up to see the ring of light that tried to creep it's way around the celestial object that blocked the suns light. A lunar Eclipse? Maybe that would have been the case if not for the cracks that appeared in the sky. Those self same cracks that soon collapsed revealing a giant eye looking down on the world and the sky turning into a blood red. This may have started as a normal day but it did not remain as such.
Introducing: Solver of All Formulas
<center><i>All things have an inevitable ending. Even Death</i></center> The sky was filled with dark clouds that seemed as if they wanted to choke out the light. Small pillars of light crept through the crevasses as if to illuminate the carnage of what lay below. On the ground were numerous corpse. Bodies piled one after the other as if the site of a battle of decimation. A war where neither side would give up until the last man. The ground was soaked with blood and the air filled with the stench of rusting iron. In the middle of this field of the departed was a hill with a pillar of light shining down on it. In that pillar, atop the hill, was a single girl with snow white skin and long snow white hair. She wore a white, one piece dress which was soaked in red near the bottom. In her hand was a large unwieldy sword with blood dripping from its blade that seemed far to big for her hands. Her crimson red eyes staring at the severed head of her would be master. &quot;Ye art not worthy of mine self. Thus thine punishment hath been delivered.&quot; she spoke as a single tear rolled down her face In a park in town this same girl had opened her eyes while leaning against a tree. She had fallen asleep and like in her dream she had a single tear rolling down her face. No, this was not a dream. It was a memory from a time long passed. She looked around and noticed that the tree had died and began to rot as well as the grass in her immediate. Her power seemed to leak out a little as she slept. She looked at the sky knowing that such peaceful days would not last forever. For now she would enjoy things as they are.
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