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What if these characters met?

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    Winter Rose
    @winter_rose

    The door slammed open, and two girls jumped into the room, weapons held at the ready. The one with auburn hair brandished her sword menacingly, and the blond girl was poised with an arrow feather at her cheek.

    Hermione jumped back and grabbed her wand, but the two new girls seemed to relax after seeing everyone in the room.

    “Mercedes, I thought you were the last one,” someone said.

    Hermione stepped forward and smiled at the girls.

    “Hello. Welcome to the Castle,” she said. “I’m Hermione. What are your names?”

    ~~~

    Sorry it’s short, but I thought I’d let you introduce your characters to the others.

    "The best is yet to come."
    ~Origin unknown

    #133853
    MelancholicWriter
    @melancholicwriter

    Gabi looked around at the group assembled in the room.

    “I am Gabriella  Betarrini and this is my sister, Evangelina Betarrini.”

    Sorry for not writing for so long…been super busy

    ~~~

    “Call me Lia. No one calls me Evangelina.”

    “Where are you two from?” one of the people there asked.

    “We are from medieval Italy.”

    “What’s Italy?” asked one of those gathered there.

    “Italy is a country on earth,” A blond girl replied. “I’m Mercedes. Welcome.”

    “And where is this?” Lia asked.

    ~~~

    I thought one of you who understands what this is better could answer…and I’m kinda busy so I don’t have time for more at this moment

    "Courage is found in unlikely places." JRR Tolkien

    #134007
    Winter Rose
    @winter_rose

    Sorry for the wait, I’ve been busy too. 😅

    ~~~

    “And where is this?” The girl called Lia asked after Mercedes had introduced herself.

    Those around the room glanced at each other.

    “We call it the Castle. But we don’t know very much else about this place,” Hermione said.

    “You seem to know your ways around here a little better than we do,” Gabi asked. “Have you been here long?”

    “Not long,” Hermione said, and then furrowed her brow. “You said you were from Italy? Medieval Italy? What do you mean by that?”

    Lia and Gabi exchanged glances.

    "The best is yet to come."
    ~Origin unknown

    #134777
    Winter Rose
    @winter_rose

    @rebekah12

    I think your most recent post may have been deleted.

    Mine was, so if you can get your post back up I’ll go ahead and get my post back up.

    "The best is yet to come."
    ~Origin unknown

    #134790
    Rebekah12
    @rebekah12

    @winter_rose

    Got it!

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    Hermione’s brow knitted. “You said you were from Italy? Medieval Italy? What do you mean by that?”

    Lia and Gabi exchanged glances, unsure how to answer.

    When still no one spoke, Rupert cocked an eyebrow, trying his best not to grow iritated. “As fascinating as conversations regarding modern lands during the Middle Ages may be, we do have more important subjects in desperate need of discussing, do we not?”

    • This reply was modified 8 hours, 39 minutes ago by Rebekah12. Reason: I got the tag wrong

    “Until such time as the world ends, we will act as though it intends to spin on.” -- Nick Fury

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