Awakening Chapter Three Celeste looked everywhere through the castle she thought Madara would have run off to, but she could not find him. Celeste of course had tried to sense him, but damn if he didn’t know how to hide himself. She put a hand to her chin as she walked, thinking of other places he could be. But even back when it was their era she still had a hard time finding him. She knew parts had been added to the castle, Aluella told her earlier, he could have run there. But she had no idea where they even were, she already had to hide herself from the guards to avoid conflict. Celeste stopped and sighed, figuring it couldn’t hurt to try and sense him once more. She focused her mind on feeling any source of darker magic nearby, but alas, she still found nothing.
Awakening Chapter Two While Madara told his tale to the three across from him, their faces seemed to become more shocked and, honestly, quite funny to Madara. Of course he understood that they were surprised. They had thought he did so on his own terms. Someone probably pegged up that it was his hatred towards almost literally anyone else besides his family and his one friend from before that caused him to attack. However, they did not know something. Madara, while disliking that his people thought him so evil, did in fact care deeply for them, their well being and safety. He made damn sure Crystallia always had a steady source of resources, he himself going to meet with the neighboring developing kingdoms to discuss trade. He was disgusted with the people of old making up such an excuse, but he guessed that they had no idea of what he did for them. However that did