Name: Andixara Condilax
Age: Is unknown even for her, but she looks like in the age of 30 for humans
Description: An exotic woman, people could know straight off the bat that she is different from human. While her body is almost exactly like the shape and form of a human body, her skin is the color of pure white (meaning no color in her whatsoever), and her form is a little bit more triangular in shape; this could be mostly be known in the shape of her head. Her finger/toenails are also different, being a peach color rather than pink. Her hair is a faded black color, but when catching sunlight, it gives off a navy-blue shine, almost like an aura. It is also tied up in a rather-complex ball on the back of her head. Her amethyst eyes are full of mystery, giving no emotions—and yet power is also in them, making it seem she is a very known user of magic. She is usually seen wearing a unique dress; its fabric is mostly a mixture of violet and cerulean, while it’s decorated with silver lace. Around various spots on the dress are small jewels of amethysts, aquamarines, sapphires, and opals. Her feet are covered in a pair of black fur boots, though it is concealed mostly inside the dress. Usually, she carries around with her a long, skinny staff made of wood with crystal decorating along the pole. On the end of the staff were jewels of various colors, each one shining as Andizara's mood (such as red for anger, blue for sorrow, or plain gold if emotionless).
---------------------------------------------------------------------------How odd this is for me becoming a teacher to unskilled magic-users? This echoed repeating in Andixara's mind as the mansion slowly came into her view. It seemed that she was exhausted from the long walk; crystal-clear sweat dripped from her forehead unto the ground. It's not like that she couldn't just use magic to get to the mansion immediately, but it was just the fact that she was going to have "visitors" (she prefers calling them "Unskilled-magic-users") at the mansion, and she had locked the main doorway with magic so the "visitors" couldn't get in without being watched. After all, she didn't want them wondering in a place that could injury them with certain objects...
...Then again, it might as well do good to let them get hurt to quickly so that fewer would get taught and it could end sooner, but it couldn't happen. Apparently, Andixara was only doing this "teaching" for one and only one reason. It wasn't because she wants the magic to be once again controlled by humans (Pokémon were an excuse for this, because it had never happened before in which Pokémon could use such magic), or because it was simply requested.
It was because of a punishment...
Around her shoulder was a single string of gold supporting what looked like a big emerald pouch, carrying something inside that must of been quite heavy. The end of a thick book of somekind stuck out of the end; a golden ribbon, representing a book marker, swayed light with each step of this rather mysterious mage. Ignoring the heavy weight of the pouch, Andixara paused in her spot. She was about a half-a-mile away from the mansion, but with a little help with some magic, her vision soon enhanced so it could see more clearly about the few people that were still wandering around the locked entrance.
She caught sight of a rather bored-looking girl with curls in her (was it like a mixture of blonde and a light-brown color?) hair. It seemed nothing interested her, not even the statue of the Aerodactyl eating the dead Ninetales. Andixara knew that this was probably the one called "Jordan". To tell the truth, Jordan was probably as interesting as the bored look she gave. Finished observing her, Andixara soon caught sight of the "Druid" that was to arrive. At first sight, the druid didn't look close enough to what Andixara would be imagining; then again, she'll have to do, since she was carrying a staff and her skin also made some sign of being rather "different". Two more people that were caught in her sight was a young man carrying around a girl on his back. Andixara could see that the man wasn't pleasant carrying the girl as they headed around to the back of the mansion. The girl seemed excited about being around the mansion. About the man...well, Andixara ignored him, since he probably wasn't going to bother to be taught magic. The group of people she saw so far wasn't the entire reason why she gave a disgusted look.
It was the last three that caused her to be more disdainful. One was a 16-year-old boy, looking like any normal boy...then again, there was something rather unusual about him, but Andixara ignored that. The girl that stood beside her was also like any normal 16-year-old girl, aside that her eyes were rather more piercing than most humans eyes. She was able to guess that the boy was Ryan, while the girl was Kenni-- or was it Kenny? Shaking her head slightly, it was the sight of two creatures with a 7-year-old girl that made her feel uneasy.
The two creatures were Ninetales, although one was pure white while the other was black with whitish-blue streaks randomly going along the fur. Andixara then cutted off the spell, and her eyesight fixed back to normal human sight. Andixara bit her lip angrily; she loathes Ninetales, and since there were going to be two, she might as well have every right of being grumpy. She did, after all, dislike most Pokémon, but the Pokémon she hates the most was Ninetales.
This will be quite fun... Andixara thought with sarcastic humor. I might as well prefer going to the mansion by magic rather than go up to those two-- beasts!
With that decision, Andixara closed her eyes, and summoned the magic to teleport herself to the kitchen in the mansion. For a moment, the sound of her surrounding was muted, and she felt a slight breeze circling around her. It was soon when the familiar scent of her mansion had filled her nostrils. Opening her eyes, she found herself looking at an open door in an empty room; Andixara wasn't surprised by this, though, for usually the mansion wasn't busy.
Going through the door, it wasn't long until she soon found herself at the servant's entrance room. Sitting on a chair next to the only table was a lonely 10-year-old girl, studying the scroll of Prestidigitation. The guess from the black-hair and her emerald eyes made sense that this was "Lilac". There was also hints in this because she wore entirely pink clothing, which only this girl could wear. Giving a generous smile, Andixara walked up to the girl, trying to look as pleasant as yet.
"Greetings, Lilac," Andixara said with a sweet voice; she sounded rather like a young, beautiful lady, although the appearance might disagree. "I am Andixara. I am rather sorry that I am late, but as the note said, I had to get some things to help us with this training of magic...I saw the others, and they should find their way soon. I expect the cook to arrive soon, hopefully to prepare us for supper..."
Andixara realized that the girl wasn't saying anything, so she said, "I would appreciate it very well if you spoke up immediately."