A group of scientists has recently started to create artificial beings that are considered to be supernatural. These beings are created in a lab that has an experienced team of scientists. Creating these beings is no easy feat due to the fact that life is a fragile thing and one wrong move can end up being fatal. The reason why these scientists have started to create these supernatural beings is unknown however they are a closely guarded secret from the rest of the world. Each supernatural being is cared for however just recently, some of them have started to develop the want to actually explore which led to the addition of a simulated wilderness. The lab is equipped to provide a safe environment for the synthetic beings and for the scientists working there.
NOTE: This is meant to be a lighthearted roleplay that is set in a laboratory. As such, some funny moments are bound to happen. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. Also, sorry for the short description.
EXTRA NOTE: I would like to give a special thanks to MourningGlory for coming up with the name for the thread.
Tidus had been unconscious within a large cylindrical shaped container for several weeks. His cylindrical shaped container was kept in a large room with several other cylindrical shaped containers that held young males just like him in terms of power. He was the only one out of the group that was not wearing a shirt however he was wearing a pair of shorts. Aside from the large cylindrical shaped containers made out of an extremely thick glass, there were also panels next to these containers. These panels were to show that the synthetic beings within the containers were still alive. Other than that, the room was bare which made sense since too many sharp objects could be dangerous. Each container was filled with a mysterious liquid that each of the boys in the room was suspended in. Of course, Tidus was starting to wake up however he still felt rather sleepy.
Eva opened her eyes weakly, finding herself in a large container full of a strange liquid which surrounded her and- oddly- she could breathe in. She looked aroumd though the liquid made everything appear cloudy, she was able to make out a long row of the same container she was in on either side of the vacant room, each holding another being within. She noticed some movement as well, meaning there were others alive and awake like her, with this knowledge, she felt compelled to tap on the glass curiously and inspect herself amd the kind of body she had since a few of the containers did not hold humanoid figures within them
Tidus had started to squeak. He couldn’t speak just yet however he was hoping that someone would take him out of his container. He wasn’t completely awake however he was ready to leave his container behind. These moments were the first few moments that he had ever been awake for. His blue eyes had a sort of haze in them that couldn’t be explained so easily.
Eva was tempted to try and break the glass but decided against it as she began to hear odd whispers and muffled sounds on the other side of the thick glass. She pressed herself against it in hopes of the haze and fogginess to ease enough for her to get a clear view of what was going on but she jumped back when a shadowy humanoid figure wearibg white stood in front of her container
Tidus put his hand up against the glass and waited for someone to approach him. He was still very sleepy and his hand slipped off of the glass. He tried his hardest to wake himself up but with no avail. He let out a very loud squeak in the hopes that someone would get him out of his container.
She approached the glass again and stared at the figure until it seemed to have written something down and walked off. She wondered why she couldnt be let out and would soon begin to feel restless.
The scientist moved on throughout the room and made nights of each creature on each container And on their way out, pressed a0 button which began draining the containers of the liquid in which they had all been suspended in.
Tidus had let out a very loud squeak. He was still very wet and then tried to break the glass that he was contained behind. He wanted to be let out and didn’t care if he had to cause some damage to be let out. His vital signs were displayed on the panel next to his container.
Eva blinked several times to clear her vision as she could now see clearly through the thick glass. The calmer beings, including herself, had their containers/capsules opened amd they were let out. The ones banging on the glass or showing signs of aggression were kept in their containers while svientists entered the room in an attempt to calm them down before allowimg them to be let out- including Tidus.
"We need you to calm down and relax. You're goimg to be let out but we cannot allow you to act aggressively as you are." they said in a calm voice in hopes their brains have developed enough to understand
Tidus only let out a loud whimper. He looked at the container next to him which had an unconscious Bartz slumped against the glass. “Not released…” He tried to say as he continued to look at Bartz. Of course, this attempt at speech ended up in some form of babbling. He was apparently starting to feel a little claustrophobic as signs of stress could be noticed rather clearly.
Eva cautiously stepped out of her capsule and flinched at the coldness of the floor. She picked up a small bunny-like creature which had quickly attatched itself to her leg then went over to look at Tidus and Bartz curiously. She looked up silently at them as the scientist sighed, made a note, then opened Tidus's capsule/container.
Tidus quickly ended up stumbling out of his container. He would need to learn how to walk and speak like a normal person. He started to slowly crawl over to the container that Bartz was in and gently tapped on the glass. He was curious about him and that was when he noticed a few other boys that were unconscious in their capsules. “Not released?” He tried to say again however it ended up sounding like gibberish.
Tidus continued to stare at the capsule that had Bartz in it. He tried to say something again however it came out in gibberish. Unlike Tidus, Bartz and the other unconscious boys were wearing simple tank tops. Confused by this, Tidus decided to tap the glass to see if Bartz would even wake up.
Tidus spoke in gibberish once again as he continued to tap on the glass in order to wake Bartz up. He was focused on waking up so he continued to tap on the glass. Of course, he wasn’t able to succeed or at least he thought that he didn’t succeed until he noticed that Bartz had slightly moved. This gave him a sense of hope as he continued to sit next to the capsule.
Eva stumbled when turning around and ended up falling, accidentally dropping the bunny creature which oddly ended up floating above her as she crashed into Tidus. She let out a slurred, gibberish sounding apology and her eyes filled with tears as she had scraped her knees in the fall and struggled to get back up.
Tidus looked at Eva for a moment before he turned his attention back to the capsule that Bartz was in. He seemed to be no older than 17 years of age and it didn’t seem like he minded being bumped into for some odd reason. Of course, he was waiting for the other unconscious boys to wake up so that he could have people that were like him to talk to.
Eva backed away awkwardly then used an open capsule for support as she lifted herself up and stood on wobbly legs again. The bunny creature flew into her arms again and she held onto it.
Another creature hopped out of an open capsule, a giant wolf but it changed its form and a neko guy stood in its place. Her swept a hand through his hair and grumbled something, then pouted as whatever he said came out as gibberish.
Tidus tried hard not to laugh at how what the Neko guy said turned into gibberish. He started spouting gibberish as he rolled around on the floor from laughter. He then went back to watching the capsule that contained Bartz. He couldn’t stand up on his own so he sat down for most of the time.
He flushed red at the laughter and was on his knees from transforming into a neko. He crawled over to tje capsule hed come out of then sat in the dark space between it and the neighboring capsule. He continued to grumble in gibberish quietly complaining.
Tidus continued to poke the glass of the capsule that Bartz was in. He didn’t even bother to look at the panel beside the capsule. He had become hyper fixated on trying to wake up one individual and had become completely unaware of the area around him. To him, the capsule was the one thing that absolutely captivated his attention.
Bartz had started to wake up however his eyes remained barely open. He was just barely awake and looked as if he would slip back into unconsciousness at any moment. It was then that he just barely noticed Tidus.
Noticing that Bartz had woken up, Tidus let out a very loud startled yelp. He was not expecting for Bartz to even wake up.
Heads turned towards Tidus, out of curiosity, because they were startled, or some other reason. He'd also managed to catch the attention of one of the odd creatures that had emerged from a capsuleand it scurried over to him curiously.
Tidus started to spout gibberish about how Bartz had just recently woken up. He was really excited about it and just had to tell someone hence why he was trying to speak again. He hoped that a scientist would come and see that Bartz was actually awake.
Bartz was now out of the capsule however he was rather wet from being suspended in the mysterious liquid. He looked at Tidus before he smiled softly at him. He couldn’t walk and could just barely stay awake.
Tidus looked at Bartz before he looked at the unconscious boys that were still in their capsules. He then looked at the mess of liquid on the floor and sighed softly.
Tidus seemed to be confused about having the creature on his shoulders and let out a confused chirp. He still couldn’t speak and still wasn’t wearing a shirt however he was just as wet as Bartz was. He poked Bartz on the cheek which resulted in a look of confusion from Bartz.
The. Reature mimicked Tidus's chirp. They were all stikl soaked from the liquid that had filled their capsules and some of the emerged creatures and people began feeling uncomfortable amd a bit restless.
Tidus started to wonder when someone would come into the room again. As a result, he let out a very loud chirp in the hopes that someone would enter the room. He was very excited to meet new people for some reason however he couldn’t express it through words.
Bartz remained still as he looked at Tidus. He didn’t feel like moving nor could he move very much.
The scientist sighed and shook their head, putting something into the systems settings specifically so that the capsules would drain of the liquid and open once full consciousness was detected from the remaining people within the capsules.
Tidus had started to crawl over to Vaan’s capsule and stumbled back when he realized that Vaan was now mostly conscious and was staring directly at him. He had let out a squeak of shock when he realized this and quickly stumbled back.
Vaan seemed to be staring directly at Tidus as small wisps of fire could now be seen floating in the liquid around him.
Vaan had closed his eyes for a moment as the wisps of flames started to disappear. He had retained consciousness enough to the point where he could create small wisps of flame which showed that he was a very powerful synthetic being. He then opened his eyes a moment later as he looked at Tidus again. Something about the blonde haired young male seemed to interest him.
Vaan let out a slightly irritated growl before he crawled over to Tidus and began to pat him on the head. He seemed to be absolutely fascinated by the young male and even began to purr slightly as he continued to pat Tidus on the head.
Tidus didn’t know how to react to being patted on the head so he just remained completely and utterly motionless.
Ace had soon woken up and then started to look around. Almost immediately, a pair of crimson wings had appeared on his back before they disappeared. He was rather confused about where he was and that was when he noticed the creature on Vaan’s head. He let out an amused giggle as a result.
Firion was still not awake and remained still and silent. He had been unconscious for several weeks.
Hope was also awake and appeared to be the youngest out of the boys. He seemed to be no older than fourteen years of age and also seemed to be rather confused.