Game of Characters

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  • #89918

    E. Veryone
    @e_elaine_soup5

    That child would not ride on me. I turned on her and raised my lips. The little girl skittered away, and I yipped at her, licking the girl’s face, then grabbed the hem of her shirt to tug her to the rest of the group.

    I didn’t want her to be hurt.

    characters are like geodes: you must break them to see what they're made of

    #89928

    Brooke
    @bookcrazygirl

    Sooo, are we trying to find Lord Deathrock now?

    I am a writer. If I seem cold, it's because I am surrounded by drafts. -Unknown Author

    #89938

    E. Veryone
    @e_elaine_soup5

    Yep 🙂

    characters are like geodes: you must break them to see what they're made of

    #90006

    Joseph Brink
    @nuetrobolt

    “Why does Deathrock have a cathedral in his palace, and what’s with the fox? I am so confused!” Aleck looked around him. “This hall looks like it would lead to the grand treasure room. It is the widest hall in this place, and all the other halls seem to lead onto it. I betcha we just follow this red carpet. Too bad things aren’t usually that easy.”

    I'm J. S. Brink, Throne Warden of Emberia, or Nuetrobolt. I write with my tiny dragon, Vip.

    #90056

    E. Veryone
    @e_elaine_soup5

    Aleck was complaining, and Rei was getting sick of it. She padded over to him, her nails clicking on the marble floors. She nipped at his ankles and growled.

    characters are like geodes: you must break them to see what they're made of

    #90064

    Andrew Schmidt
    @andrew

      Delton cast a glance down at the fox. Aggressive little thing, he thought.

      Julius continued forward. “This door right here.”

      Suddenly, a giant bloodsucking mosquito landed on the floor.

      Julius swung his sword through the air, slicing the insect’s head off. Delton’s nose crinkled. That was gross.

      ISFP. Artistic, redheaded, nature-loving, crazy writer. My favorite animal in Indiana: Red Fox.

      #90065

      E. Veryone
      @e_elaine_soup5

      A bit of blood splattered on the ground near Rei’s paw. She skittered away, bumping into Delton. Gross. 

      I don’t want any of that in my fur. 

      But it was all around her, and she couldn’t jump over it. She whined a bit, backing into Delton, one paw up to doge the blood.

      characters are like geodes: you must break them to see what they're made of

      #90075

      Brooke
      @bookcrazygirl

      Ash whimpered and pressed closer to Karim.  She didn’t like this anymore.  It had seemed like a game, now it was just scary. She wanted to go home.

      I am a writer. If I seem cold, it's because I am surrounded by drafts. -Unknown Author

      #90079

      Andrew Schmidt
      @andrew

        Delton studied Rei, whom seemed horrified at the idea of splattering her pure white fur in blood. In one swift movement, he tucked the fox up under his arm real quick and stomped across the blood. Then gently settled the fox back on the ground. Away from all the blood.

        ISFP. Artistic, redheaded, nature-loving, crazy writer. My favorite animal in Indiana: Red Fox.

        #90086

        E. Veryone
        @e_elaine_soup5

        Rei barked up at Delton, thanking him. She rubbed her head on his jeans and bit down on her Haori, trying not to drag it through the blood. Delton helped her again and picked it up and over the grossness. Rei yipped again, but it was cut short with a strangled cry.

        Her bones clicked and her muscles tore. She was turning back into a human.

        It was a painful ordeal, resizing her body into a human from such a small form, but it was faster than vice versa. Her body spasmed and she felt hands gripping her arms, keeping her from hurting herself.

        “Get my haori,” she managed to strangle out before her fur fully receded, and she slipped the coat over her back and tied it over her waist. Rei opened her eyes to see Karim, Ash, and Delton bending over her.

        “I’m okay,” she rasped, sitting up, “I just need my weapons.”

        Ash ran off and came back with her dagger belt and sheathed short sword. Rei grabbed Delton’s arm and heaved herself up. Her knees almost gave out and she was left gripping onto Delton’s arm as she attempted to regain her footing

        characters are like geodes: you must break them to see what they're made of

        #90169

        Joseph Brink
        @nuetrobolt

        @andrew, @kari-karast @e_elaine_soup5 @bookcrazygirl, I am really confused. Are we still in the maze?

        I'm J. S. Brink, Throne Warden of Emberia, or Nuetrobolt. I write with my tiny dragon, Vip.

        #90172

        Andrew Schmidt
        @andrew

          @nuetrobolt: yes, we’re still in the maze. Its just… there are a lot of doors, which lead to different places in the maze. That make sense?

          ISFP. Artistic, redheaded, nature-loving, crazy writer. My favorite animal in Indiana: Red Fox.

          #90238

          Joseph Brink
          @nuetrobolt

          @andrew, yes, that makes sense. Why aren’t we going through the doors? Or are we?

          I'm J. S. Brink, Throne Warden of Emberia, or Nuetrobolt. I write with my tiny dragon, Vip.

          #90260

          Andrew Schmidt
          @andrew

            Well, there are numerous doors they are going through. There’s more than one door… Okay? That answer your question?

            ISFP. Artistic, redheaded, nature-loving, crazy writer. My favorite animal in Indiana: Red Fox.

            #90261

            E. Veryone
            @e_elaine_soup5

            can someone just write something?

            characters are like geodes: you must break them to see what they're made of

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