Post by Pegasus J. Crawford on Jun 11, 2008 14:44:38 GMT -5
During his extensive wander around the house, Pegasus had found a library. Now he was bit more...how do you say... at home maybe here he was curious. He already had extensive knowledge of egyptian mythology, and the shadow games, but he was hungry for more. Always hungry.
He had to know. Who knew when he'd find something that would help him defeat Yugi-boy afterall. He easily wandered amongst the shelves, his fringe covering his millenium eye leaving only his normal brown hued eye visible to any who saw him.
He smiled as he found a section on what he was looking for, many of the old leather bound books so familar to him it was almost as if it was at his library at home. Tucked beneath his arm was a small leather bound journal and his fountain pen with some refill cartridges for it. As he found a book he'd started at home he carefully removed it from the shelf, walking over to a nearby table.
There he carefully set his writing implements down as well as the book, almost reverently dusting off the cover before he carefully opened the book. Carefully he turned the pages till he found the passage he had been at, opening his journal on the page he'd left half finished, neat handwriting filling the page.
Then silence descended, broken only by Pegasus' soft humming to himself and the scratch of his pen across the paper of his journal as he took notes, forming them into elegantly flowing paragraphs, only a faint frown marring his otherwise smooth, feminine face.
As was his style his clothes were clearly well made, tailored to his rather feminine frame, his hair tied loosely back at the back into a low ponytail using a ribbon.
Post by Indiana Jones on Jun 11, 2008 20:26:51 GMT -5
Indiana found himself, once again, in the library. He wasn't lost, of course. He had just been wandering around the huge mansion once again and he just simply stopped at the library. He had come to the conclusion that he was stuck here. Of course, that just made him all that much angrier about being in this place. When was he going to go out and find another amazing, historical artifact? When was the next time that he would teach his class? He shook his head, angrily. When he found whoever did this to him, they were going to be hurting very badly.
Indiana carefully opened the library door with a slight creak, which he regretted very much, so. He saw a woman sitting at at table..no. It was a man! Indiana laughed slightly before removing his whip from his belt and he entered the room. He cautiously walked over to the man and said," You new here?"
Post by Pegasus J. Crawford on Jun 12, 2008 2:10:54 GMT -5
As he heard the voice Pegasus raised his head to see who it was in a controlled way to ensure his fringe wasn't disturbed. Even so his millenium eye gleamed with its own light as he set his eyes on Indiana, picking up small peices of information, storing them away, mainly stray thoughts that were there on the surface more then anything.
"Why yes. i am new here," Pegasus responded carefully placing the lid on his fountain pen and setting it down, moving so that it would be rather impossible to see his work journal without making it overly obvious about doing that.
He was rather protective of his musings and his notes in his journal afterall, they detailed all his explorations into the realms of the Pharoh and all his learnings on the Millenium items. Also he never knew if anyone else would be possibly trying to find more information out about the toon monsters and the various other monsters that were used in Duel monsters. Or if anyone else would be trying to take his ideas for prototype cards.
Post by Indiana Jones on Jun 12, 2008 12:12:37 GMT -5
Indiana grabbed a chair and flipped it around. He sat down and leaned his arms on the back of the chair. He saw the man in front of him attempt to hide what he was writing. Ok, fine. This guy didn't want to Indy to see what he was writing, that was fine with him, at least, until and if he found out that he needed to know what this guy was writing. He doubted it.
Indiana's eyes set onto the book that the man had been writing from, apparently. It looked extremley interesting. "What'cha got, there?" he asked, pointing to the book. He looked down at the book. He saw hints of both heiroglyphics and English writing. "Late B.C. Egyptian, looks like," he said, examining it.
Post by Pegasus J. Crawford on Jun 12, 2008 12:22:56 GMT -5
"That would be correct, it is a time period of much interest to myself, particularly some of the artifacts that come from that era," he responded quietly, careful to not state what objects in particular. He regarded Indiana almost curiously, picking up the surface thoughts still as he often did.
Mainly because he couldn't really control what he picked up with the millenium eye, it was always active, never slept. "I figure its safe to guess that like everyone else I seem to have met you don't know where this place is correct?" he enquired, of course he already knew that but, he had to act like he didn't to protect his secret.
Post by Indiana Jones on Jun 12, 2008 12:40:38 GMT -5
Indiana grinned when the man said that his guess was right. Well, it wasn't so much a guess as an examination. God, he loved it when he was right. And he was right the majority of the time. Even though certain people didn't believe him and those certain people ended up getting in trouble and having him have to save them. He grinned at the thought. Exactly how many times did he have to rescue Marian. And did he ever get a thank you? Of course not! It was always her telling him that she could handle herself, even though she obviously couldn't.
Hearing what the man said next, Indiana laughed slightly. He nodded his head and said," Yeah, that guess would be definitely correct."
Indiana withdrew his eyes from the book andlooked up at the man. "So, uh...who are you?"he asked.
Post by Pegasus J. Crawford on Jun 12, 2008 12:50:41 GMT -5
Pegasus had to keep himself from laughing at the thoughts he was getting off this person. "The last thing I remember was I'd just won in a card game," he commented "next thing I remember I was waking up here with a pounding headache and then met a woman from thebes was it? I do believe her name was Meg," he was musing out loud to himself slightly.
His musing was interupted by Indiana's next question. "Why, my name is Pegasus, Maximillion Pegasus, most people just call me Pegasus," he responded to the question. "And you are?" he added on, again there would be that slight glint of gold from beneath his fringe.
Post by Indiana Jones on Jun 12, 2008 13:05:06 GMT -5
Indiana grinned. "Cards, huh? You any good at cards?" he asked. Indiana was absolutely amazing at poker. Which was what he was thinking that this man was talking about. Poker was the only card game he knew how to play, really, except for Go Fish and Crazy Eights, but those were incredibly easy to play. It had been awhile since he had played. In fact, the last time he played was when he last saw Marian. She beat him, for once, something that the didn't want spread around.
Shock covered Indiana's face when the man mentioned Meg. "You know her, too?" he asked. He gritted his teeth, that girl could really get on his nerves.
"Indiana Jones," he said, reaching out his hand to shake Pegasus's. Pegasus was sort of an odd name. The only time he had ever heard it before was when he was in college, studying mythology and myths. But doing what he did, he was used to odd names.
Post by Pegasus J. Crawford on Jun 12, 2008 13:14:00 GMT -5
"I'm good at the game I myself invented, based off the shadow games of old in Ancient Egypt, the time era I was studying," he responded. "Only ever been defeated by one person, and he's the bearer of one of the five artifacts I'm researching further into," he added on.
"I know the original bearer was a pharoh who's name has never been known, but other then that," he sighed.
Post by Indiana Jones on Jun 12, 2008 13:29:16 GMT -5
Indiana grinned. "Shadow games?" he asked, laughing, " Those are just a myth, they're not real!" Seeing the look on Pegasus's face, he stopped laughing. "Are they?" he asked, uncertainly. He should know better than to doubt anything anymore. He had certainly seen enough things to prove that that hocus pocus type of stuff existed. He had experienced things like that plenty of times.
Indiana cleared his throat. No, that just wasn't possible. Indiana's eye brows squinched together in confusion. "Five artifacts? What finve artifacts?" he asked. Surely he would have heard of them, wouldn't he? And if he did, he would be working on finding them at the moment.
Hearing Pegasus mention the pharoh, Indiana understood. "Ah," he said, grinning," I've heard that bedtime story before."
Post by Pegasus J. Crawford on Jun 12, 2008 13:32:38 GMT -5
"Oh they're real, very real, well were before the Pharoh locked them away. The shadow realms still exist though, as a place for souls to be kept, and the monsters of the nightmares to be always locked away come the day... I know... I've been to the shadow realms, and the five artifacts do exist," he smiled.
He wasn't about to reveal just how he knew that though. If Indiana was being eagle eyed he may discern the golden glint from beneath his fringe that gave away the presence of the millenium eye
Post by Indiana Jones on Jun 12, 2008 13:51:13 GMT -5
Great...the Shadow Games were real. This was something that Indiana definitely did not want to be true. Of course...he only just met this guy. Who knew if he was telling the truth or not? "What?" he asked, in shock. "You've been there? How the hell have you been there?" he asked.
Indiana was about to ask something else when he noticed a small flicker of gold behind Pegasus's fringe of hair. He narrowed his eyes and looked carefully. Yep, there was definitely something behind that bit of hair.
"So, any reason why you're so interested in these five artifacts?" he asked, purely curious. Indy was interested, simply because he was an archeologist. It was his job to be curious.
Post by Pegasus J. Crawford on Jun 12, 2008 13:59:41 GMT -5
"I went there in pursuit of proof that the Millenium items are real, and I can definitly say they are," he responded. "As for why I'm so interested in them, it would not do for the items to fall into the wrong hands and I can only account for where four of them are," he commented. "If they fell into the wrong hands Anubis could once more be resurreced and then the shadow games would return to being in existance," he explained further.
"The Pharoh's millenium puzzle belongs to a young boy whom also possesses the three egyptian god cards, I myself possess the millenium eye, and the millenium ring is possessed by a person who I am not happy with possessing it for I sense great darkness in his soul, same with the owner of the Millenium rod,"
Post by Indiana Jones on Jun 12, 2008 14:06:34 GMT -5
Indiana raised his eyebrows when he heard exactly how important these items were. He got up flipped his chair around and sat in it properly. He leaned on the table and folded his hands. He rubbed the scruff around his chin, thinking. "That certainly sounds like a problem," he said, thinking.
Indiana had heard the myth of the five artifacts and the cards and such, but he had only ever thought it was a myth, nothing more. In fact, he never really believed anything unless he saw it with his own eyes.
In his eyes, these items belonged in a museum, as did all ancient artifacts. "And how are you going to get the other artifacts?" Indiana thought for a moment. "And you don't know where the fifth one is at all?"
Post by Pegasus J. Crawford on Jun 12, 2008 14:16:47 GMT -5
"All I have heard is rumours as to even its name, it is said that its final resting place was within Anubis' temple but that's all, and I cannot say for sure whether even that was true," he responded. "The puzzle I know is somewhat safe for now, but how to retrieve the ring and the rod, is beyond me, especially while I'm trapped here," he sounded remotely fustrated at that.
"The Millenium eye is safe in my possession though, and I do not plan in losing it any time soon for it would be a serious disadvantage to myself," he added on. "I believe the fifth item is the most powerful, which is why it may be a good thing that even the location of Anubis' temple is all baseless conjecture and no fact to it," he added on.