Brooke

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 2 months, 2 weeks ago

    Woooow It’s been a while

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Can someone rly quick give me a quick summary? 🙂

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    OH. MY. GOODNESS.  I COMPLETELY FORGET ABOUT THIS *hangs head in shame*  Did i miss too much to join back in?

  • I’m doing it!  I’m also doing this thing called Writetober

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year ago

    YAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSS

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year ago

    OMIGOSH PLEASE SAY FOSTER KEEFE

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year ago

    AHHHHHHHH I MISSED SO MUCH I WASN’T GETTING THE EMAILS….sry guys.  🙁  Welp, even tho I haven’t been on, I will warn you I am leaving for 2 weeks, and won’t get back till the 19, but I will return and be more dedicated!  *twirls cape* *trips on cape and crawls away*

  • Brooke changed their profile picture 1 year, 1 month ago

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    cool beans

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    Phoenix was about to respond to the kid when the Suits came back and unlocked his cage, motioning for him to follow them.  He narrowed his eyes, but followed willingly.  However once he was out, he made a break for it.  If he could only reach Ash, then they could get out of here.  That was his last thought before her felt something prick his arm…[Read more]

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    Phoenix tilted his head toward the girl who had spoke to him.  “Oh escape, that’s a great, idea, why didn’t I think of that.” he tapped his finger against his chin.  “Oh, I know, maybe it’s because anytime we try, we get caught.”  He took a deep breath and ran his fingers through his hair. ‘If you have any more genius ideas, let me know.  In the…[Read more]

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    Phoenix glanced at the dog, kid, thing.  It was barking at him now.  He cautiously reached through the barsto pet it, when he heard a voice.  It startled him so badly he jumped in the air.  There was a kid on the cage next to him, asking rapid fire questions.  The thought made him sad. Pull yourself together, he ordered himself.  He smiled at th…[Read more]

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    Phoneix slammed the floor of his cage in frustration.  First, a six old was better at picking locks than he was, he knew he was getting rusty.  Then he was so close to grabbing Ash and getting out of here, when those people came and forced him back in the cage.  Now they were forcing some sort of needle thing on them.  He rattled the cage in fru…[Read more]

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    ooooo, r the kids Ash’s age?

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    Ash’s eyes looked like they were gonna pop out of her head.  “She can turn into a dog!”  She grinned.  This was getting to be one of the more interesting days.

     

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    Phoenix sat with his arm out ofthe cage, trying to pick the lock when he saw the dog change into a human.  Well that was a surprise.  He redoubled his effo…[Read more]

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    I meant to put someone, I mean any random person.

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    Ash got on her back and crossed her legs in the air.  “No, I don’t even know where that place is.  Is it in Canada? I’m from Arizona.”  She rolled on her stomach and looked around.  “A lab…Are they going to do experiments on us?”  Before Eina could answer she was wavi…[Read more]

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    Ash tore her gaze away from the dogs and focused on her new neighbor.  “My name is Ashley, but you can call me Ash, what’s your name? And why do you have grey eyes , did your parents have grey eyes too, and-oh hiiiii,” Ash noticed a guy next to the girl looking at her strangely. “I’m Ash, what’s your name, do you know where we are?” All this was…[Read more]

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    also, i’m really bad at writing them getting into the actual place, so I’m gonna have them just wake up in the lab

     

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    Phoenix groaned. It felt like the tiny elves were hammering on the inside of his head with slegehammers.   He sat up ever so slowly to avoid throwing up. It looked like he was in a cage of some s…[Read more]

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL- 5.0 in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    I’m gonna keep Phoenix and Ash, since I was busy in the last thread and didn’t really work on them much.

  • Brooke replied to the topic RPfL: Another one! in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    can you tag me as well?

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