A Peculiar Predicament [Invite] Feb 24, 2020 10:15:46 GMT -6
Post by Athel on Feb 24, 2020 10:15:46 GMT -6
The sun was high in the sky, there wasn’t a single cloud in sight and overall everything just seemed rather peaceful! While there was surely a planet being blown up somewhere, none of that matter right now- especially not to Athel! Their time on Earth was going rather smoothly, which actually surprised them quite a bit considering how much messing around they had done. As of yet, the Demon hadn’t even been injured by anyone other than themselves even though they figured at least one person would’ve AT LEAST kicked them in the shin or something by now. That was something to celebrate, right?
And celebrating was exactly what Athel planned on doing! But first they needed to find a suitable person to celebrate with. Seeing as though this was their special day, they didn’t intend on traveling very far from Satan City. If something was going to happen, then said thing should’ve came to them. They floated alongside a road that led right on outside of their temporary home, following it to wherever it was going to lead them. A rather large forest was passed and then their eyes were set upon a massive plot of land. Aside from some mountains in the background, a few nearby farmhouses and some crops growing on their land, there really wasn’t much. Heck, there really didn’t even seem to be a single person in sight! Was this really the best spot to attempt to do this at? Probably not, but Athel truly didn’t feel like going much further. It got even a little too cold for them up north, so it was best to stay away from there for now.
The outlander hummed, floating up and just a tad bit away from the road. Eyes rested on the road, waiting for something or someone to appear. It took about thirty minutes of waiting for the first car to pass by, which was somewhat worrying. Getting somebody to stop might have actually been somewhat of a challenge. Nevertheless, they were determined to get through this and see what the outcome of this little experiment would be. Now that a spot had been chosen, it was just a matter of coming up with some sort of plan to make somebody stop. Athel thought for a few minutes on that before just kind of shrugging to themselves.
People here on Earth were pretty gullible from what they managed to tell via experiences with the folks that roamed around. It shouldn’t have taken much to get somebody to stop by and check on the outlander. They bolted over towards the forest, ripping a rather large tree straight out of the ground and dragging it back to their previous location. Once back in their previous spot, they went to lay down atop the nice, cool grass below. Eyes rested up on the cloudless sky, grinning as always as the massive tree was dragged over both of their legs. Their intent was to, of course, make it seem like the tree had fallen down and immobilized them- but this definitely was going to look odd to a passerby. After all, there were literally no other trees nearby.
“OH MY! SOMEONE!- ACK!- COME QUICK!! I NEED ASSISTANCE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!” Athel cried out as loud as they possibly could, groaning to make them appear as though they were in pain. In reality, they were chilling. “I- I can’t move because of this stupid, ugly tree! I think it crushed my legs! If somebody doesn’t come- AGH!- quick, I think I’m going to starve!! Somebody PLEASE come help!” With the hard part out of the way, there was just one thing left to do. It was time to play the waiting game!