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ForgivnessFoot steps echoed in the air as someone made their way to the door. With a slam, the person was inside. Walking down a long hallway, each step ringing in the ears of an elderly man sitting in a chair. The sound seemed to wake him, though his eyes remained shut.
“Daniel, is that you?” Called the old man.
A few moments later the boy walked out and into the front room where the man sat. The elderly man sat facing the back yard, guarded by a window and railing. The boy took a seat by him and grabbed onto his hand.
Reaching out to his hand and holding it tight, “I’m here uncle, and I’m fine,” he said with a half smile.
“Ah, that’s good. Eh, how was school today?” He said with a smile.
“School was…” He trailed off a moment as his squeezed his uncle’s hand.
“Hmm?” Uncle responded.
“I - Its… Okay, I guess,” he stuttered.
“Oh, my boy. What troubles you? Is it your friend, Alex?
Character sheet: Nielle CrestName: Nielle Crest
Race: Caucasian - Irish
Alliance: None. Mainly tires to live in peace with the people she grew to love. Friends and Family.
Personality: Joyful and VERY outgoing, a long standing party goer and socialist.
Physical Standing: 5'7, body weight 125 little muscle mass; No physical traits beside her beauty and smile, she is rather thin and has a well formed figure. Long orange hair, cuts off just under her shoulders, cupping her face. Beautiful bright green eyes. Tone facial features and a firm jaw line. Average sized chest and her shoulders a slightly short. When she speaks, so does her body. Loud in voice when it comes to her thoughts, but quiet when it comes to holding her tongue. However arrogant she may be, she's not stupid.
Strength and Weakness: Her strength resides within her ability to rally people and speeches. She may just be a simple girl, but she knows how to get people to listen to what she has to say. If there is anything important or
Shore Leave Ch 7-9Chapter 7 Da
The two soon were presented with their meal. With a grateful thank you from Richards and a excited laugh from Harkness, they began to eat their freshly made dinner. The waiter came by every five minutes or so just to clear their table or to give them something, always polite and kind to them.
After their meal, Harkness noticed a proud and graceful figure enter the tavern and slowly scan the room. It was the Leifteanant!
“El-tee!” Harkness shouted over the sounds of the room and he shot his eyes to meet the sound of the man. Walking over to them, Harkness stood out of their booth as did Richards. Snapping to a salute, the two stood waiting for his response. With two fingers, Christopher tapped his right eye brow and the others dropped their arms.
“So what brings you down here sir?” Richards asked smiling to see him.
“I guess I need a drink as well. The days are starting to catch me and I guess I need a stress relief, so I decided that I was goi
This is a simple and thoughtful opinion as to what I think of Magic and what it is in my heart and how my mind would share the thought in words and actions.
The thought has come to me more than once. Eventfully, I would reconcile it and soon after a long while, I would suffice with myself to an agreeable accusation. Please don't hold me wrong to this. Nor accuse me of falsities that stand adjacent to the world that we've come to desire acceptance in the majority groups that patrols the popularity over the reality of human emotions. The ideology of individuals that hold close to that very subject of strength and or weakness when it comes to being so.
Yes, I have had more than a solid span of time to the reconciliation of what I believe and what the world fears due to the fact of a depravity to an expansion of independent and free contemplation. To the liberty of freedom and a curious will; think beyond the text message and at a
Shore Leave Ch 4-6Chapter 4 -Da-
Outside, not too far from the main gate that was the doorway to the RZS, was a man standing by a small stagecoach that is pulled by a horse. The man was short, and appeared as a circle in Deryn’s mind. Scruffy and orange curly hair covered his light skin. He had big eyes with glasses and a rather goofy smile.
Once the couple reached the man, they realized that he was shorter than they were. He was quiet for a moment, just staring at the two. Squinting his eyes, he gazed and inspected the two for a spell.
Finally bursting to life, “Oi! Its chu! You’d be Deryn an Alek. Docky Barla seid tha’cha be comin’ some time soon. Ya’ll lookin th’same as she be tellin me.” the man said. Looking around them, “Bu’ its seemin, ya don’ have yer tings wiff ya. None the problem!” He said in a weird accent.
“You’re a strange little man.” Alek slowly said wide eyed.
“A-haha! Tha’d be w
Shore Leave Ch 1-3Chapter 1 -Da-
Three quiet, yet gentle knocks came from the wooden door that was Dr. Barlow's room. After a moment a tall, thin man in the RZS's MP uniform walked through the door as quietly as he knocked.
Presenting her with a salute, "Good afternoon, ma'am." He said with a soft and firm voice. "I do apologize for disturbing you in this hour."
Dr. Barlow sat on a lounge chair of great style, reading a thick book. With both her Loris on the arms of the chair and Tazza asleep at her feet she only glanced at the man and then back to her book.
"What is it that you need? Can't you see that this is my personal time?" she said
"And that would be correct, this is mine as well. But we have a Airship on field 7, this is something that you would like to see, ma'am."
Closing her book with a snap, waking both the creatures by her, the woman appeared more annoyed than anything else.
"What could be so important right now? I do believe that you can handle yourself can't you, you ARE the law en
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