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PostSubject: On a Street in the Marketplace   Fri Apr 06, 2012 6:02 am

((after meeting and spending time with Akefia))

Atem rode his horse until he arrived at the marketplace near the palace. He didn’t really want to go back to face the angry wrath of Seth, and he had not been in the marketplace without an army of bodyguards with him so it was his chance to do what he wanted. He made sure his wrap covered his hair and face so only his crimson eyes could be seen. This was still a problem, but not as much as if his hair would be seen. Since it was nighttime, there was almost no one out. The only places that did have light were the pubs and some houses.

A few guards walked past the area where he was so he moved out of the walkway and hid behind his horse. The worst possible thing would be for the guards to find him and escort him back home. Not only would he feel horrible after his father lectured him, but Seth would not leave his side what so ever and he would never get away with anything until the episode was forgotten, which would take a while.

“Hmm, maybe I should have thought this through… nah it was worth it” Atem smiled to himself when he thought about his new friend Akefia and what he learned from this trip. He was about to go back out into the street and find a place to sleep when he heard galloping close to where he was.

((Enter da Akefia... but a guard should stop him yes? And then Atem has to help him hahaha >Very Happy XD))
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PostSubject: Re: On a Street in the Marketplace   Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:16 am

While riding his horse across the desert, Akefia made sure he had his sight on his new friend Atem, but made sure he kept himself well hidden. He stopped his horse just when he approached a hill and had a full view of the brightly lit castle and village. His eyes shined with this light and a admiration. Akefia then noticed Atem already entered the village.

"Hey wait for me!" He called out, but no one could actually hear him, especially when the wind carried his voice away to the other direction. His lightly kicked his horse and it began galloping down the path and into the market. Akefia then climbed down his horse and looked around the market. It was NOTHING compared to his marketplace filled with thieves and bandits. He held his reigns tightly, he still had that feeling someone was going to mug him, it's a reaction and it can't be helped.

Akefia then noticed the royal palace guards, and he knew he didn't have time to run or hide, he just stood there like a man... unfortunately he wasn't a man he was just a small five year old boy who ran away from home and did not pay attention on how he got here, but it was pretty simple...Just ride straight until he ran into his own village.

"Isn't that boy from that one village Kul Elna?" The guard pointed at Akefia, his spear at the ready and his face hard.

"How do you know?" The other guard asked, his face puzzled and looking at the boy.

Akefia was killing himself inside, he forgot to bring weapons for protection. Yeah, a boy from Kul Elna with not a single weapon... smart... Akefia bit his lower lip.

"Look at him. Ragged clothes, filthy, not out kingdom material. This is a thief!" The guards began running towards Akefia.


Run Akefia...RUN! but the boy's legs were glued to the ground, and his eyes were fixated on the spears. WHY WON'T YOU RUN!? Akefia was fighting his brain, but his muscles would not budge. good bye world...

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PostSubject: Re: On a Street in the Marketplace   Fri Apr 13, 2012 11:35 am

Atem watched the guards from behind his horse and tried to keep out of sigh but then realized something, the guards were looking the other direction someone else on a horse. The runaway prince then looked closer, it wasn’t just someone else on a horse. It was AKEFIA on a horse!

A guard raised his spear and the two standing there started toward the boy from Kul Elna. Atem wanted to yell at Akefia to run and get out of the way, but he knew that Akefia was petrified with fear. Atem’s newfound friend didn’t seem to have any weapons so Atem did the only thing he could, he ran at his top speed (which was quite fast) and got in front of Akefia.

The guards were obviously surprised since they were about to grab the frightened thief kid, but then Atem showed up. His eyes were on fire, angry that the guards had not even questioned Akefia or watched him for a little bit before going to imprison him, and Atem knew they were going to by their behavior. With a growl, Atem declared, “He is with me! Don’t you DARE touch him!”

Atem’s eyes burned holes into the two guards, but of course he was only a kid still, and they did not know who he was. His hair was still hidden by his robe, but his aura and commanding nature showed he was from somewhere higher in status, the guards however, did not see this. Atem felt a small tug on the back of his robes and wondered if Akefia had grabbed a hold of it as a type of security, but he didn’t ponder too much on it and just kept looking at the guards. He didn’t want Akefia to go to prison, and if he had to, he would grab his friend and they would run, or worse yet… Atem would tell them all he was the prince of Egypt, and he did NOT want to do that.

((you can be the guards Wink ))
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PostSubject: Re: On a Street in the Marketplace   Fri Apr 13, 2012 12:03 pm

The guards watched Atem go in front of Akefia and just stared at him for a moment then burst out laughing, "HAHAHA! WHAT IS THIS LITTLE PIPSQUEAK TRYING TO STOP US!?" After having a difficult time controlling their laughter they finally said, "Listen boy, if you know whats good for you, go home, this kid behind you is a thief and a liar, and brainwashed you pretty well. He's from Kul Elna kid, you don't want to be messing with those thieves."

Akefia clenched onto Atem's clothes for security, and also tried not to go launch himself towards them, how dare they speak so low of Kul Elna, the only reason why they steal is because they don't have any money to eat.

"Remove him," the first guard told the second guard. The second guard walked up to Atem, "go scram!"

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PostSubject: Re: On a Street in the Marketplace   Fri Apr 13, 2012 2:37 pm

Atem didn’t know what to do, he almost wanted to make the guards pay for their laughter by showing he was actually the prince of Egypt. He knew, however, if he did so, they would escort him back to the palace where he would be in even bigger trouble. Atem studied their faces well so that he could find them later and punish them, and rub it in their faces that they laughed at the next in line for the throne. When he thought he knew their faces well enough, he angrily stated, “Well then, you are going to be sorry… you have chosen poorly. You don’t even know him, who are you to judge?! You who have a good job and live in the main part of the Kingdom?! You have it much better than they do that you should be HELPING them! When I speak to my father about this you will be sorry!”

((*Cough cough* remind you of anyone *cough cough* Draco *cough cough*))

The father comment was by accident, but Atem decided just to go with it, no one knew who is father was at that moment anyway. It wasn’t as if they would guess his father was the Pharaoh of all Egypt. No, no one would guess that, not what so ever.

When the first guard told the second to get rid of him, Atem knew that his magic skills were going to come in handy. After the command from the second guard to scram ((I think you meant that right?)) Atem just smirked and said, “Alright I’ll go… but I’m taking my friend with me!” With that, he raised his arms to the sides and his hands were perfectly up and down. With the gesture, the sand surrounding them leapt up and was like a miniature sand storm, but mysteriously went around both Akefia and Atem. A smirk was permanently on Atem’s face when he thought to himself, “Yep, magic lessons are worth it… I’ll have to remind myself to tell Mahado.”

The sand attacked the two guards and forced them back. While they were busy, Atem grabbed Akefia’s hand and the horse’s reigns and they ran for it. Atem got his horse and they ran into an alleyway just as the sandstorm Atem had created died down. With a very soft voice, Atem whispered, “Want to play a game? We run and they chase… it will be fun!” Atem winked to his friend.

In the distance one of the guards said, “Where did they go!? Check over there!” Atem then whispered again to Akefia, “The rules are simple… don’t get caught, alright?” Atem realized, however, if they were to lose their game and actually get caught, he would have to show he was actually Prince Atem, next in line to be Pharaoh, and Akefia might get really freaked out by that, so he commented “Oh and Akefia… please, whatever happens… promise me you will trust me and not… get angry ok? You have to promise me…” Atem’s crimson eyes were soft at that moment of time. He didn’t want to lose his new friend with new information that might come up.
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PostSubject: Re: On a Street in the Marketplace   Tue Aug 28, 2012 8:26 am

Akefia was awed by the sandstorm so when Atem pulled him away he wasn't paying much attention and asked himself how he got inside the alleyway, but he didn't dwell on it. "SURE! I'd love a game!" Akefia grinned.

The young boy looked back towards the guards, "I won't get caught! And why would I be mad at you? Pff I mean if you randomly say, oh I don't know, ummm... you were the Prince of Egypt I would be shocked and think I'm in a dream and say my best friend is rich, but what are the odds of that right?" Akefia laughed to himself and shrugged, "Me becoming best friends with the prince of Egypt... haha, funny."

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PostSubject: Re: On a Street in the Marketplace   Tue Aug 28, 2012 3:14 pm

Atem blinked and smiled to himself, “Wellllll…” the young pharaoh then smirked and replied quickly, “It’s not random NOW, since you said that, but I’m glad that you wouldn’t be too mad at me, because… you see… I AM the prince of Egypt, I’m the next in line for the throne and trust me when I tell you that my father is going to be furious with me… but I’m more scared of Seth, my main protector… oh man, I am SOOOO not going to be able to get away from him for like a year… he will be watching my every move since I ran away from the palace.”

Allowing his friend to take the time to let the words sink in, Atem looked around the alleyway to make sure no guards were coming. He then turned back at his friend and smiled, “Soooo, I’m rich and I promise you now that you’re my best friend and I know about your village, I’ll help your people… my father doesn’t even know what is out there, I will tell him and he will help… and as soon as I’m Pharaoh I’ll make sure to help even more” Atem grinned to Akefia, but he was sure that his new young friend would think he was making a joke… he would just have to convince him he really WAS the prince of Egypt.
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PostSubject: Re: On a Street in the Marketplace   Tue Aug 28, 2012 4:38 pm

Akefia was in shock mode. Everything he just had said Atem was confirming it was true. His face was priceless, but then he smiled and giggled, "Good one Atem haha, yeah and when I'm older I'll come by and destroy everything and and take everyone's money and be the greatest thief of all! hehe," he grinned.

"Anyways, about this game of yours let's take it to action!" He grinned in confidence and ready to have some fun.

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