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  • #110404
    Livi Ryddle
    @anne_the_noob14

    @claire-h Welcome! Emory sounds awesome! And the sketch is amazing!


    @naiya-dyani
    *horrified and yet not altogether surprised gasp* MY BABIEEEESSSS *frantically hugs everybody*

    *sees Kiet’s teary eyes* O.O *grabs him and pulls him into even bigger hug* *gives him my cat to hold* *wraps him up in cat blanket* *feeds him cinnamon rolls*

    Ah. I see. *nods* My characters are mostly safe for now, as I’m barely getting through my schoolwork and chores each day, but I’m gonna be doing some extensive plotting here pretty soon… and I’m not sure if things are gonna work out in a couple peoples’ favor or not… XD

    Werrley, to Kiet: Yeah, she’s been planning to- *I suddenly reach over and clamp my hand over his beak* hahAHAHAHA don’t listen to him. *coughs*

    *beams at Kiet* ‘sall good! You can invade any time you’d like 😛 *more hugs*

     

    Oh cool!! Yes, please do! 😀 😀

    "Reck not."
    ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

    #110406
    Naiya Dyani
    @naiya-dyani

      @anne_the_noob14

      Kiet: *bewildered look* *swallows cinnamon roll and blushes* It’s okay. . . things just brought up some bad memories, that’s all. *goes even redder* But at least Grace was there. . .

      Grace: *winks subtly at you and hugs him*

      Hearts are like matter--they can be beaten down, torn, and burned, but they cannot be destroyed.

      #110409
      Livi Ryddle
      @anne_the_noob14

      @naiya-dyani

      Ah… My poor Stilton is gonna relate to that pretty soon. *nods sadly* *pretends not to be jealous of Grace* XD

      Stilton: *narrows eyes at me* What are you planning…?

      Me: Not tellin’.

       

      "Reck not."
      ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

      #110439
      Naiya Dyani
      @naiya-dyani

        @anne_the_noob14

        Ah, Stilton. . . might this have something to do with. . . what was her name. . . Emma?

        Kiet: *innocent blink*

        Grace: *smirks* That’s okay, Livi, you can have Tai.

        Tai: *eyebrows shoot up* Nuh-uh, I’ve heard what she does to characters.

        Grace: Is it any worse than what Naiya’s done to you?

        Tai: . . .

        Tai: You have a point

        Hearts are like matter--they can be beaten down, torn, and burned, but they cannot be destroyed.

        #110441
        Livi Ryddle
        @anne_the_noob14

        @naiya-dyani *is incredibly pleased that you remembered her name, since I don’t talk about her much*

        Stilton: *eyes widen* *glares at me* Yeah, probably. *tries not to start crying*

        XD XD Why thank you, Grace ;P

        *smirks at Tai* Don’t worry. If Naiya lets me have you, you’ll probably have a much better life in my book than hers 😛 You can hang out with Gwen and Werrley and eat scones. *nodnod*

        "Reck not."
        ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

        #110442
        Naiya Dyani
        @naiya-dyani

          @anne_the_noob14

          Tai: Oh, food! I’m in! *glances at Kiet* Wait. . . I might need to stay here to guard him from Naiya. . .

          Kiet: Tai. . . you don’t need to do that. . . *shakes self and gets up to comfort Stilton*

          Hearts are like matter--they can be beaten down, torn, and burned, but they cannot be destroyed.

          #110462
          Claire
          @claire-h

            Welcome! Emory sounds awesome! And the sketch is amazing!

            Thanks! 🙂 I’ll try to bring her into the castle sometime tomorrow…

            📚Visit many good books, but live in the Bible.
            -Charles Spurgeon

            #110502
            Livi Ryddle
            @anne_the_noob14

            @claire-h Awesome!


            @ariella-newheart
            @christlover @everyoneelse

            I’m working on my next bit!

            "Reck not."
            ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

            #110512
            Livi Ryddle
            @anne_the_noob14

            @naiya-dyani *grins* That’s true… Kiet probably does need to be guarded. He is too precious to lose. <3

            Stilton: *smiles at Kiet*

            "Reck not."
            ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

            #110529
            Naiya Dyani
            @naiya-dyani

              @anne_the_noob14

              Kiet: *blushes wildly*

              Me: Okay, kiddo, it’s time for some writing.

              Kiet: *pales* I know what’s coming next. . .

              Me: Oh, calm down. We’ve got to build up to it first! 😀

              Hearts are like matter--they can be beaten down, torn, and burned, but they cannot be destroyed.

              #110533
              Ariella Newheart
              @ariella-newheart

              @anne_the_noob14  @claire-h @christlover @kristianne-hassman

               

              I just realized I forgot to describe Marlowe’s appearance. She is fairly tall, about 5’10”. She has black hair pulled back in a sleek, high bun, dark eyes, and olive skin. I believe her personality type is ENTJ, but she vacillates.

              Writer, illustrator, Parimi Alcan

              Check out my new blog! https://arbitraryfairy.wordpress.com/

              #110539
              Livi Ryddle
              @anne_the_noob14

              @naiya-dyani DON’T YOU DARE HURT MY BABY

              Kiet, lemme know if I need to send Dharin over and kidnap you, ‘kay?

              XD


              @ariella-newheart

              Nice, nice! I like the vibes she gives off. *nodnod*

               

              Running behind on my next installment. Might get it finished after supper, but most likely tomorrow or the next day!

              "Reck not."
              ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

              #110542
              Naiya Dyani
              @naiya-dyani

                @anne_the_noob14

                Kiet: *blushes and laughs in a way that squeezes his eyes shut*

                Tai: Just do it. For all of us, actually.

                Hearts are like matter--they can be beaten down, torn, and burned, but they cannot be destroyed.

                #110544
                Livi Ryddle
                @anne_the_noob14

                @naiya-dyani

                *grins*

                Dharin, would you mind going over and watching over Naiya’s shoulder? Just in case she tries any funny business 😉

                "Reck not."
                ~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet

                #110545
                Naiya Dyani
                @naiya-dyani

                  @anne_the_noob14

                  Grace: oh no not you

                  Me: He’s here to protect YOUR boy, Grace

                  Grace: *smiles at Kiet and glares at Dharin*

                  Kiet: *blushes wildly*

                   

                  (Btw, Kiet says he loves his Aunt Livi. He’s just too shy to say it himself 😉 )

                  Hearts are like matter--they can be beaten down, torn, and burned, but they cannot be destroyed.

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