RPforL- The Chronicle of Characters Continues

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  • #78111

    E. Veryone
    @e_elaine_soup5

    what

    what 

    WHAT 

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

    #78112

    I, David
    @i-david

    Nothing from me, 5oup.

     

    Let the ship sail…

    Don’t let it turn away;

    Down the river, to the ocean…

    . . .

    Until it fades away.

    "Lately, I've been- I've been thinking... I want you to be Happier... I want you to be Happier."

    #78115

    Veraza Winterknight
    @kari-karast

    *coughs* Actually, this is very much canonical for my current characters. Very very much so. Cuz this sort of thing happens to them all the time.

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

    #78116

    E. Veryone
    @e_elaine_soup5

    see?

    very canonical

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

    #78117

    Veraza Winterknight
    @kari-karast

    I said for my characters…

    But I think I’m going to have to give you and Draven some robot versions of Aria and Damian to put in your stories so the real Aria and Damian can go off somewhere and live peacefully for the rest of their lives.

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

    #78119

    E. Veryone
    @e_elaine_soup5

    who said anything about peaceful?

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

    #78120

    Veraza Winterknight
    @kari-karast

    I do. *casts peace spell on them that will take effect when they go home*

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

    #78121

    E. Veryone
    @e_elaine_soup5

    *eyebrow raise*

    Draven, will we let this happen?

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

    #78123

    Veraza Winterknight
    @kari-karast

    Yes, yes you will. Cuz I have daggers. And dragons.

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

    #78125

    E. Veryone
    @e_elaine_soup5

    but you have no idea where I live, how can you stop me from imposing my will of tragedy (or stress, which is going to happen anyway b/c children) on this couple. At least they got married.

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

    #78128

    Veraza Winterknight
    @kari-karast

    I will hunt you down. With my dragons. Then I will get the daggers. ^_^

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

    #78129

    E. Veryone
    @e_elaine_soup5

    mwahahahhahahahhahhahhahahha

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

    #78131

    Veraza Winterknight
    @kari-karast

    *glaring*

    On a side note, wouldn’t it be amusing if we actually knew each other irl and didn’t even realize it? Or really if either of us knew any SE person irl without realizing it.

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

    #78133

    E. Veryone
    @e_elaine_soup5

    well, I know an SE person in real life

    Idk her username, but she’s the one who recommended it to me.

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

    #78134

    Veraza Winterknight
    @kari-karast

    Same. Well, she recommended it to me, but I do know her username and she’s literally never on anymore.

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

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