RPfL: Another one!

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  • #83772

    E. Veryone
    @e_elaine_soup5

    didn’t Jefe say that it would be fun?

    oh, and if you want a translation to the ancient language for Vicq, just ask

    I may be able to give you the key

    idk tho

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

    #83773

    I. D. Triskele
    @countryboy77

      Yes he did, but what he doesn’t understand is the pit of vipers he is about to leap headlong into

      (XNXP I'm not joking)
      Lisztomania: A need to listen to music all the time.

      #83774

      E. Veryone
      @e_elaine_soup5

      jefe is prepared for anything

      and he has his sights on somebody in that group

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

      #83775

      I. D. Triskele
      @countryboy77

        Okay, sure the language would be great!

        (XNXP I'm not joking)
        Lisztomania: A need to listen to music all the time.

        #83776

        E. Veryone
        @e_elaine_soup5

        let me give you a screen capture

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

        #83777

        The Fledgling Artist
        @the-fledgling-artist

        Am I doing part two “david” ? Or do you have more?.

        (Aww Karra. đŸ˜© the precious child.)

        "Though I'm not yet who I will be, I'm no longer who I was."

        #83778

        I. D. Triskele
        @countryboy77

          Okay… as long as he doesn’t say his name.

          (XNXP I'm not joking)
          Lisztomania: A need to listen to music all the time.

          #83779

          E. Veryone
          @e_elaine_soup5

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

          #83780

          Veraza Winterknight
          @kari-karast

          *pokes Draven* You’re biased. You gotta remember Aiden doesn’t know anything about Jefe!!

          (ENFP) Even the word hopeless is not entirely devoid of hope.

          #83781

          Veraza Winterknight
          @kari-karast

          Oh yeah… this is kinda what Saria looks like, only blue eyes and straighter hair…

          (ENFP) Even the word hopeless is not entirely devoid of hope.

          #83782

          I. D. Triskele
          @countryboy77

            Thanks, Elaine!

             

            …….. yeah, sorry I forgot.

            (XNXP I'm not joking)
            Lisztomania: A need to listen to music all the time.

            #83783

            E. Veryone
            @e_elaine_soup5

            ahh,

            she’s pretty~

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

            #83784

            Veraza Winterknight
            @kari-karast

            You’re fine, Draven. XD I mean, I promised myself I’d make sure one of my characters punched Jefe eventually. (not sure it’s gonna happen anymore, but hey, whatever)

            Thanks, Elaine!

            (ENFP) Even the word hopeless is not entirely devoid of hope.

            #83785

            E. Veryone
            @e_elaine_soup5

            Aiden can punch him, if necessary

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

            #83786

            Veraza Winterknight
            @kari-karast

            *shrugs* All I know is that someone is going to punch him eventually so…

            (ENFP) Even the word hopeless is not entirely devoid of hope.

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