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  • Emma Walker replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 15 hours, 46 minutes ago

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>“Oh…” Pia stopped and turned, “Bridging’s Sea? If we keep going north we would reach the village of Chacla… which… which neighbors…” She paused and squared her shoulders, lifting her chin in agitation. “Which neighbors Thabia.”
    K’Nika’s eyes widened.
    Kallun wrapped an arm around the small girl, as much of an older…[Read more]

  • Erynne replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 16 hours, 10 minutes ago

    “Does anyone know what’s ahead?” Julian asked smoothing back his sweaty hair.

  • Emma Walker replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 1 day, 6 hours ago

    Yeah, it’s really something!

  • Emma Walker replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 1 day, 6 hours ago

    K’Nika laughed Softly but the other two remained silent.

  • Erynne replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 1 day, 14 hours ago

    “This is strange,” Ellie agreed.

    “And quite miserable,” Lacey added.

    Finn walked on in silence not acknowledging the heat. This wasn’t anything new to him, so it was hot but tolerable.

    “I don’t remember it being so hot at home,” Lacey started again, “except that time we had the festival with that huge fire and Julian got way too close. Finn had…[Read more]

  • Emma Walker replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 2 days, 5 hours ago

    Oh and I was homeschooled, it was a homeschool graduation with other homeschoolers

  • Emma Walker replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 2 days, 6 hours ago

    (Pia literally grew up in a desert she’s fine XD)

    Kallun shedded his coat and draped it across an arm. “Hate sun.” He muttered under his breath.

    K’Nika said no complaints, even though she was hot as well.

    Pia was not fazed, and led the way as they walked.

    (yeah…. As soon as I find a good face claim for her I’ll jump on the CUCG.

    Yeah, it was crazy. )

  • Erynne replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 2 days, 15 hours ago

    Lacey jumped up from the ground and went with the others. Julian picked up a stick to use as a walking stick, and Ellie went with the crowd.

    The sun was already beating down, “Whew, it’s a hot day for this time of year,” Julian said wiping his forehead.

    (Wizard’s curse btw)

    (She sounds cool! Yeah, I bet it was an emotional time. I’m sad I won’t…[Read more]

  • “Let me stop you right there.” Arsene interrupted, and held up three fingers. “One: Arsene the insane, Arsene the crazy, Arsene the fool. At this point, unhinged is an accomplishment.”

    …Is that supposed to be reassuring…?

    Arsene’s idea of logic was as steady as a canoe in a tsunami, but Alessio just wanted to not die right now.

    “Second…[Read more]

  • Emma Walker replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 5 days, 6 hours ago

    She gave him a silent nod, then turned North.

    (yeah that’s all I have for her right now lol)

    (yeah I cried a lot. Thankssss)

  • Avin

    No noise whatsoever, except the sound of his own footsteps. He paused.  Not natural.

    He closed his eyes, trying to erase the life of a duke from his mind. Then he opened them slowly and started forward again, noiseless even though he wore hard-soled shoes. But still he grimaced at the little crunching sounds of gravel beneath his…[Read more]

  • Erynne replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 5 days, 13 hours ago

    Finn held up his hands in a “don’t hurt me” manor. “North it is then,” he said then started walking in that direction.

    (Woah, cool! She sounds like an epic character!)

    (Hey, congrats!!! I bet you’re excited! That’s so cool)

  • Carrie posted an update in the group Fantasy Writers 5 days, 23 hours ago

    What do you guys do when you really want to write, but you have no idea what to write about?

  • Emma Walker replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 6 days, 4 hours ago

    (Kallun’s sister’s name is Isolde, which means Ice Queen, which I want to link into her character. They are half siblings through their mother, but have different fathers and she’s older. Her father is a king, which makes her secretly a princess, although she won’t find this out until later. Yeah. That’s all I have for her so far.)

    (a…[Read more]

  • Emma Walker replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 6 days, 5 hours ago

    Pia stared at him for a long moment, “We aren’t blind.”

  • Erynne replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 6 days, 13 hours ago

    “You sure he went north?” Finn questioned

  • I seriously have no time for this, but I can’t quite resist the opportunity of posting one of my all -time favorite characters, even if it’s only once.

    Introducing Avin Merrlesby, Duke of Westlyn. (A as in “Cave”; i as in “in”)

    Personality: cool and quiet, with lots of skeletons in the closet, you might say.

    Married to one of the prettiest…[Read more]

  • Emma Walker replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 1 week ago

    “We go north, then?” K’Nika asked.
    “yes.” Pia nodded. “We follow the path the wizard left us.”

  • Erynne replied to the topic RP2 in the forum Fantasy Writers 1 week ago

    Ellie loaded up all her stuff and Julian put out the fire.

    Finn looked around trying to decide on what direction to continue in.

    Lacey sighed and got up still not fully awake.

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