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Floor 100 Ruby Castle

Our gilded group approached the entrance to the dreaded Ruby Castle. Loaded with excitement that we will win the unimaginable powers. Our group of heros charged into the a room full of Red Crystals. At the end of the hall there was a throne surrounded by the rarest crystals one could equire, not even I Kawaoe had some of those items. Suddenly, the Blood stained Knight appeared in front of us as the final boss.

Floor 1 Town of Beginning

A rainbow coloured light flashed across the eyes as if I was warping from one dimension to another. Suddenly I was blinded by a sudden white light. When I was able to see again I saw a fantasy world I would have never be able to ...view middle of the document...

After talking with the people I decided to join their guild—until we take down the floor 1 boss who was a dual axe wielding beast that switched into a single handed blade after dropping below half health. We had about 20 people in this guild, and I wasn’t fond of large guilds—but this will do. We meet up at the Fydler Coliseum (which was located in the center of the town) in 30 minutes in Akihabara, and with that we parted ways.

Since I had 30 minutes I felt like shopping for some extra gear in preparation for the boss fight. I decided to take a couple health potions and mana potions, just in case.

We meet at the Fydler Coliseum at exactly 3:30 PM, to discuss our plans and strategies. The leader of the guild was named Aqil, he was a double-handed axe wielder whose arm bulked with muscles. There were also several other members, one who appeared to be a beast tamer with blue crystal dragon (the first one I’ve seen).

As we trotted to the gate leading to a thick tube that was located in the middle of the floor we slaughtered the local mobs roaming the luscious fields of Hextech. When we arrived I was surprised by the other guilds waiting for us, but I guess the more the merrier. As our mob of users approached the door the one who seemed to the leader of this whole operation, gently tapped the door and the whole door opened into an epic moment of glory (being the first people to arrive at the floor 1 boss). When our group entered the room the doors slammed behind us locking us in. Proceeding a giant hog looking creature appeared in front of us releasing a piercing scream the hog changed towards us while swing his axe wildly. Our group quickly moved into our formation by splitting the entire group in half and letting the beast through, then charging at him from all sides. That quickly dropped his health to about 2%. Then the rapier girl and I was told to charge in (since we had the quickest speed) and get the last hit. After I got the last hit I received an item call the Midnight Coat (which made me look so fabulous). Subsequently, to defeating the boss, we climbed the staircase up to the second floor. And I departed from the group.

Floor 2 Pitiona

After I arrived at the second floor a notification pixie arrive with a quest. It read:
“Grand Quest
Who ever arrives at the 100 floor and defeats the Final Boss in 2 month, shall be granted unimaginable powers.
-From Ruby Castle”

Accept Decline

I spoke in a calm and steady words “accept’
Floor 70 Starie
Since I left my guild that 1st day I’ve come a long ways to get to the front-lines. The front-lines is where all the top players fight the individual bosses located on each floor.
“I guess I should take a break and hunt at the lower levels for a bit” I thought to myself.

Floor 37 Galdore

While wandering around the Dark Forest that covered floor, I noticed flashes of blue fire puff out of the thick canopy of the forest. Being as curious as I was, I started to dash over to the forest,...

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