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Old 12-21-2015, 02:53 AM


Felix Vasil
Age: 22
Gender: Male
Biography: In most families, being told your child would be able to use magic would be cause for concern. However, that was never the case in the Vasil household, or any household where he was from for that matter. There hadn't been a day that Felix couldn't remember him and his other magic wielding friends being praised by their overbearing parents for their "talents." Forcing the boy to spend hours a day practicing, Felix's parents saw his magic as something incredible. Possessing gifts of their own, they'd always sworn his enchantments would show him things unknown to everyone else, that he was "special." As far as Felix was concerned, his powers had only ever gotten him into trouble. All he had to show for his magical abilities were tons of accidental fires and the feeling that he would never quite fit in.

Tired of the pressure forced upon him by his mother and father, Felix left his home in hopes of finding a way to live among the non-magic folk. There was something about the ordinary lifestyle of humans that Felix had always longed for, their innocence and naivety something he had found endearing. Using his magic only when absolutely necessary, Felix is constantly trying to suppress who he truly is in order to become the average man that he so desperately desires to be. Though, there is something about the nagging feeling inside of him that refuses to let him forget who he truly is.


(I suppose I still have to work out what exactly Felix is, aha )

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Old 12-21-2015, 02:58 AM


Aurora Willows
Age: 20
Gender: Female

Biography: Aurora lives your average life growing up in a world she hates and cannot understand. She yearns for teh world of magic and fantasy. Anything that is the opposite of her world. Her father had died before she was born in an accident of some sorts as far as her mother had said. Her mother later died in a fire when she was only six years old. That took a heavy toll on her spirit and she never took a belief in anything being out there in the world. She grew up believing magic and faeries could be real along with a bunch of other things.

She now lives with her uncle who is a workaholic and pays her no attention. He tries to talk to her when he can, but being a lawyer...well that takes time to move up into the world. Time away from family as well. Aurora is fine with it, but feels like something is missing, more than family in her life, and then she starts realizing things she didn't before. Finding truths to the past, answers she never got an answer to, and more than she could ever bargained for. She tends to skip out on things and sneak away, but she never really had to sneak out before. Since she mostly stays home by herself.

(Take your time on working him out, we don't have to decide everything right off the bat. I have an idea for my girl now that I think about it.)

Chapter One:

Aurora sat up looking at her white ceiling in her room, it was a decent size room that wasn't too big, but still a pretty nice size. Her uncle was a lawyer, therefore he was hardly ever home, and most nights he would't return home for awhile. She was quite used to it even when she had school before she graduated. Sighing as she shook her head sitting up wondering what this day would hold for her. "Well," she said walking over to her large stand up mirror stretching in front of it. "Time to get another day out of the way." frowning she was wondering why she kept trying, it couldn't be because of her uncle, but then again how would she know?

Aurora went into her small bathroom connected to her room turning the hot water in the shower on and closing the curtain after she stepped inside. Slowly she stepped under the trailing water feeling it caress her bare skin from the top of her head to her feet. She only stood about five foot four, almost five foot five when it came to height, so she wasn't really that tall. Washing her hair with mandarin orange, loving the fruity scent more than flowers, she finished cleaning and turned off the faucets. Getting out of the shower while wrapping a towel around her body and one around her head. She dried off then threw on her everyday clothes. Which for her was: comfortable black jeans with purple t-shirt involving a black dragon on the front of it. Her choker had an Egyptian ankh in which she was fascinated with ever since she was a child. Black sneakers were her favorite with glow in the dark neon purple laces.

"Why don't we go to the park today?" Aurora hummed to herself brushing her soft, brown hair that fell to her mid back, almost to her waist. She loved taking care of her hair, she prided herself amongst it. Once she was dressed adding a touch of eyeliner and mascara. She grabbed her messenger back with her small items in it and dashed out the door locking it. Maybe she would get a pet cat later, her uncle said it was alright as long as she took care of it and it didn't scratch everything. It took her over ten years to get him to agree. She would get her own place, but it was kind of like that already minus the fees. Her skin was fair as well as somewhat light showing off her strange blue eyes. They were brighter than anyone else's and stood out all the time.

Aurora choose to be the outsider who didn't have very many friends, she had maybe one or two, but no more than that. She didn't like people or kids nor did she like families. She hated being helped or being seen as too cute to do anything or just being too young for something even though she was almost twenty-one. Though she was dreading her birthday that was still somewhat a few months away. The weather outside was partly cloudy with a temperature of 76 since she lived by the beach never wanting to really leave it. She was fascinated with beaches ever since she could remember. Visiting the park to do a little art or enjoy the scenery would be fun, though she wanted more to do with the path that caught her attention than anything else. She was told by several people that once you go in, you do not come back out, and she didn't believe that.

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Old 12-21-2015, 06:08 AM

Yawning as he ran his fingers through unkempt hair, Felix couldn't help but to grimace at the fact that he had been awake so early. Up until that point his days hadn't started until at least noon, and usually only then because keeping his eyes closed grew gradually more difficult under the stinging rays of the sun. Now it wasn't the ball of fire in the sky that forced him out of his slumber, but a nauseating feeling in the pit of his stomach that refused to allow Felix to remain under the sheets any longer. The pain wasn't unfamiliar to him, as he had found himself feeling more ill each day he failed to conjure something up. His own stubbornness and refusal to utilize his abilities were taking a toll on him, a side effect he had not been prepared for.

"God, this magic is making me sick. Literally." He muttered to himself as he propped himself on his elbows, using what felt as if it were all his strength to prevent his arms from collapsing beneath him. The springs of the bed creaked in objection as he pushed himself to a sitting position on the dirt-stained mattress beneath him.

Rolling to his feet, the coolness of the wooden floor against his bare toes sent shivers up Felix's spine. He swore that everything felt warmer back at home, more comfortable somehow. It tended to be the little things, like cold toes or nausea, that reminded him of what he'd left behind, an annoyance Felix wished would just disappear. The feeling of guilt that often followed these memories only served as a burden to him, as he had no actual intentions of ever returning to his old life.

Being pulled out of his thoughts, the little ding that sounded from his phone that lay across the room was enough to capture Felix's attention. Technologies were not a thing he had been hip to before his departure, so he was always wildly curious about any sudden noise or light that came from the mobile device. Practically dragging himself to the outlet where it had been plugged up at, Felix reached for the cellphone, suddenly alert eyes flickering across the screen. It was reminder from an app, he began to realize, one about the popular places in his area. He had previously installed it in the hopes that if he visited common locations that other people did he could begin his goal of fitting in with the humans. Sitting around in his hellhole of an apartment probably contributed to his feelings of sickness even more than his avoidance of magic, he figured.

Felix did not bother scrolling through the popular places his latest installation had recommended, however. He knew where his first real step into society was going to be; a park only a few blocks from where he currently resided. He heard talk of it from the couple next door to him, the gossiping pair describing it as "haunted," and "cursed." His interest had immediately taken to it when he heard them use the word 'magic' as one of their descriptors. He was amused by how freely humans tossed that word around, and was eager to see the place that had earned such a label this time.

Doing nothing to appear presentable but throwing on a beanie to hide his tousled brown locks, Felix found himself out the door only minutes after originally checking his phone. He figured since he was up he might as well make use of the day, and the hold of his initial grogginess and queasy stomach were beginning to die down.

The warm air felt nice against his skin, bringing an unwarranted smile upon Felix's face. The sea-sprayed air from the beach nearby provided a smell Felix had been unfamiliar to before, a smell he wished he'd been aware of all of his life. Distracted by the fresh air and blue sky, Felix hardly even noticed that he found himself only a few footsteps away from the entrance of the park. As he became more aware of it, the sickness from before began to return. There was something off about the place, something unsettling. He stood reluctantly in front of the entrance, suddenly unsure if it had been a good idea to come in the first place.

As he reconsidered his plan for the day, he couldn't help but to notice a blue-eyed girl working her way towards his general direction. He found himself momentarily staring, her eyes seemingly captivating. He couldn't help but to wonder if she was planning on going to the park, making a silent vow to himself that if she was going in, then he would stop being such a baby and go in as well.

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Old 12-21-2015, 03:22 PM

(Oh I love your character, now there are alot of distractions and I have work in an hour literally. SO I have to post this as best as I can since I really am eager to write right now. I also have to pick up on the house a bit. Might not get to the house though...)

Aurora wore her hair down, she never did like having it up or even in a low ponytail. She tended to stay a bit old school when it came own to tradition and her tradition was keeping herself as natural as she could. She rarely wore anything other than mascara or eyeliner, if lucky on special nights she would put eye shadow on, but that was rare.

Aurora heard others screaming from inside the park then watched a small group of people rush out of the gates in fear. She didn't ask anyone what was going on, in her mind they would only imagine the worse, and it would be something totally different. Then again that small group was a bunch of teenage brats who thought they were all tough and everything.

"Well, after this I guess I'll go look for a pet since I can have one now." Aurora shrugged walking in through the gates wondering if she would get a cat or a pet owl? Cats would be easier to keep track of, but she didn't' know how much work it was to take care of one. Walking through the deserted park at a steady pace she looked for the path people said were haunted. She noticed a path straight to the left that felt like she was being called to it. She could feel a 'pull' towards it and then it almost felt as if the wind was pushing her that way.

Not hesitating she went over to the path moving a few branches out of the way having to duck once to get through to the other side for a few minutes. It looked like it was covered with dead branches and weeds that were overgrown. Stepping through finally on the other side she stood there in awe. Was she still in Florida? This was unreal to her seeing how beautiful everything looked and quite so peaceful.

The view was amazing with a tall tree path that had plants and flowers evenly trailed along as if leading her somewhere. The breeze was as nice and gentle as being close to the beach was without being chilly. She was used to living by the beach most of her life so she didn't get cold too often. A few leaves were falling from the trees, green leaves that shouldn't be falling at this time of the season. Walking over to a large tree she placed her hand on the cool wood staring at the tree under her skin.

She could have almost swore she could feel pain from the tree which intrigued her curiosity, but she knew very well that couldn't happen. Maybe they were just slowly dying trees, the way she came appeared old and not taken care of. So it's not like it was a surprise to her as she moved her hand away from it taking in the scenery until she saw a bridge about a mile away from her. Her curiosity got her in trouble, but she never moved from that spot as she stared at it waiting for it to disappear though it never did.

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Old 12-21-2015, 04:39 PM

Felix watched with hidden amusement as the group of people exited the park, the teenagers clearly in a state of panic. Well, at least I know the part about people never leaving was a lie.. He thought with a chuckle, before returning his attention to the girl he had taken notice of before. He was moderately surprised at how unfazed she appeared to be by the scene, as Felix noticed that humans had a habit of feeding off of the nervous energy of those around them. Not too much unlike him and others of his kind, though. When one magic wielding being sensed danger, they all did. Felix couldn't help but to ponder over the idea that maybe he was closer to humans than he had previously realized.

With the girl now entering the park, Felix let out a small sigh. He supposed that now he had to go in, despite the feeling in his lower belly warning him against it. He slowly treaded behind her, not wanting it to be obvious that he had only agreed with himself to go in if she did. Taking silent steps to not reveal his presence, Felix took a moment to take in his surroundings.

Felix wasn't observing the park the way a normal person would, he was feeling it. There was something about the emptiness of the park that crept beneath his skin, leaving him feeling hollow inside. Tiny goosebumps ran down his arms, even though the slight breeze wasn't enough to make him feel cold. The most pulsating feeling of all was the sudden pull he felt towards the direction the girl was going, though he couldn't tell if it was directed towards the left path or the girl herself.

Now tuning out any other sensations the park had been pushing on him, his attention was solely fixated on following the brown-hair, blue-eyed female in front of him. There was an aura to her that made him curious, and the nagging feeling that their current path provided only made his curiosity grow.

As they continued to venture out, he was made aware of his surroundings once again. The large trees and flowers dancing under the slight wind reminded of how his home had been, there was something pleasantly eerie about it. He watched as the girl pressed a hand against the wilting tree, briefly wondering if she felt its existence shrinking the same way he had. He quickly brushed the thought away, she was only human after all.

Felix noticed that her attention had been caught by something, and slowly followed his gaze to where she had been staring. There rested a rusty bridge not too far from where they stood, one almost identical to the one he use to take walks across behind his old house. The way the sun reflected off of the wood was disturbingly like the way the one he had known had done, causing his eyes to narrow in confusion.

"There is no way..." He found himself suddenly speaking out loud, regretting it as soon as he had. He had just given away that he was behind the girl, but still hoped that she somehow hadn't noticed.

(I love your character as well! I hope work goes okay for you.)

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Old 12-22-2015, 01:24 PM

It took Aurora quite awhile to realize just what she was looking at from when she was a child. She found a bridge pretty similar to the one in front of her, but the last time she was there...well she sort of fell off of it. As far as what others said when she told them she was pushed off the side of it, but no one really believed her. Her nick name was Alice where she used to live because people thought she was just as crazy as Alice or Hatter even though she wasn't as energetic, however she didn't care for rules either.

Closing her eyes listening to the sounds she opened her eyes hearing only one sound and that was of someone behind her. Nonetheless, her brain wasn't playing tricks on her this time and she knew it very well. There was no sound of the ocean, the wind, trees, or any life around her. It was silent as if it was to be peaceful, but in a creepy way.

Turning around Aurora noticed another person behind her "Come to see what everyone is afraid of? Are you going to run too?" Aurora asked not having an attitude about it, just figuring he would be like everyone else, and take off running home. She however had a bad feeling about the place, something wasn't right, and now it seemed like this wasn't even here to begin with. Maybe he was staring wondering what she was looking at. Hell, he probably thought she was just as crazy as she appeared walking through dead tree limbs to find a place without sound and only beauty.

Tssssssh. A sound caught her attention as she turned back to the bridge noticing a dark shadow creeping from it towards them slowly. She just stared at it, after everything she had been through in her life she didn't have very much feel left in her. Not about losing people or watching others leave the world before her. She wasn't fearless, but she knew very well that if it was dangerous enough she would know when to leave.

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Old 12-22-2015, 10:00 PM

Felix glared at the girl for a moment, trying to hide the annoyance from showing on his face. He hadn't remembered humans being so bold, but then again they wouldn't get very far if the weren't. Despite what they would tell you, it was always their strong words that got them out of situations. But then again, it was those same strong words that usually got them into trouble in the first place.

"No, actually," He took a second to pause, his lips turning into a smirk, "But if you feel like running, I'll gladly-" He was stopped abruptly by the sudden noise, his eyes jerking back over to the bridge. Felix was surprised yet again by the girl's lack of reaction, her staring only serving as confusion for him.

"Please tell me you are seeing this too, and I've not gone completely insane..." He kept his eyes locked on the figure, hoping to get some sense of what it was. It appeared to be a shadow, but of what Felix was unable to tell. He tried to recall any of the villains in the stories his mother use to tell him when he was young, but this didn't seem to match any of them. Whatever it had been, its aura was strong. Felix's head was beginning to throb, his vision becoming slightly blurry.

He hadn't noticed up until that point that the darkness was inching towards them, causing his eyes to fill with caution. He didn't like this one bit. Felix quickly found himself stepping protectively in front of the girl, using a hand to shove her back.

"I think you should go." He instructed warningly, knowing good and well that if it came down to it he would have to use his magic. He wasn't about to risk exposing himself to her.

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Old 12-23-2015, 01:59 AM

Aurora didn't move though she did feel nauseous for some reason when the shadow came closer to them. "Seeing it but not caring to believe it." She spoke before thinking of her choice of words. Though that didn't really stop her regardless of what she thought or felt.

Aurora took a breath almost like a huff and crossed her arms. "This thing doesn't exist it's just our minds playing tricks on us. To make it seem like this is happening when magic 'n fantasy isn't real to begin with." Aurora walked up to the shadow almost touching it and put her hands on her hips. "Go away" simply stating as the shadow disappeared from their sights.

Turning to face the boy she said "Seeing is not always meaning it's here. Just like death." However before she could say anything more the shadow came from under ground striking into the air causing her to be thrown towards some rose thorn bushes hitting the ground. Her eyes were closed as the shadow went after her again, not sensing the boy as a threat.

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Old 12-24-2015, 05:24 PM

Not even bothering to comment on her remark about magic not being real, Felix could only roll his eyes. That wasn't the first time he had heard that from someone, and he was certain it wouldn't be his last. While he had found it foolish that they never gave things outside of what they could do a chance, always calling it make believe or silly, their refusal to believe in things did help keep his kind hidden for as long as it had. He could only imagine the worst when he considered what would happen if they discovered what people like him could do, his mind going straight to instances such as the Salem Witch Trials.

Felix watched intently as the girl walked up to the shadow, the throbbing in his head beginning to worsen. What the hell does she think she is doing? He thought, placing a hand against his forehead. What he had called bold before now appeared to him as absolutely crazy. Even he wasn't about to begin waltzing up to the thing.

Despite her being determined that this was only some sort of mind game, Felix wasn't sold on the idea that they were entirely safe. After all, he had never met anything that would go away simply because he had asked it nicely. Even though the shadow was now gone from their sight, the feeling in his head only continued to grow.

Before he could voice his concerns, the girl was being thrown through the air. "Shit." He muttered, instantly rushing towards her to make sure she was alright. He came to a stop as he noticed the shadow continuing to go after her, realizing that at this point he had no choice but to do something. Felix knew his powers would be rusty, he had been avoiding them for so long that he wasn't sure what would come out of using them again so suddenly. But if he didn't try the girl was only going to get more hurt, or worse...

Holding a hand out in front of him, Felix closed his eyes in concentration. "C'mon, don't fail me now..." Mumbling a few non-English words, he opened his eyes just in time to watch the shadow stop completely in its tracks. It had become unmoving, much like a statue. That hadn't been the spell Felix intended to use, but it was better then nothing. He moved instantly to the girl's side, knowing the shadow wouldn't be frozen forever.

Scooping her up in his arms, Felix shook her slightly, "C'mon wake up, we have to get out of here," He continued to lightly shake her, keeping a nervous eye on the shadow, "Please don't be dead..."

(Sorry it took me a couple days to get to this!)

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Old 12-25-2015, 04:00 AM

(I am tipsy, might not be that long of a post lol)

Aurora stirred watching how the shadow was frozen, however she wasn't fully operational as she could have been. She felt the pain from being knocked into the tree. Not saying anything she looked up at the boy wondering why he didn't just leave her there and then she thought, how come the shadow wasn't attacking? She didn't know he was the one who stopped it, just that it was frozen. When he said they had to get out of there she wondered what was so bad. The thing had stopped in it's tracks right now. Her mind took a moment to focus, then she remembered she was in danger, but her memories reminded her it wasn't anything too bad. If the shadow wanted her dead, she would be, and right now she knew she wasn't. Otherwise she would cease to exist.

Standing up, Aurora felt a twinge of pain in her ankle, but ignored it. "Why, it's not going to kill us." she mumbled, well not yet it wasn't going to so far. Aurora shrugged "Fine" she turned to go the way they had, but the path was starting to fade away. "If we're going to go, we should go sooner than later."

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Old 12-25-2015, 05:08 PM

Felix let out a sigh of relief when the girl was finally responsive, unsure what he would have done if she were seriously injured. He often blamed himself for bad things that happened, and there was no doubt that this would have made the list. She hadn't seem scared by him or awed by his abilities, causing him to assume that she had not pieced together that it was him who had stopped the thing. For that Felix was grateful, as he had momentarily been saved from having to give some long, made-up explanation for what had just happened.

"Careful now." Felix warned as he watched the girl get to her feet. Using his magic again after such a long period exhausted him, and he wasn't sure he'd have enough energy to carry her out if she were to suddenly collapse or something unexpected like that.


"Sure, it might not kill us, but it sure as hell had something against you."
He replied in response to her comment, glancing over to the frozen shadow. He knew he would have a long day's worth of research ahead of him, the curiosity of what they had just witnessed eating away at him.

He nodded in agreement about her statement about leaving now, still fully aware that the shadow could unfreeze at any time, "Sounds like a plan to me." Deciding he would lead the way, he began walking the direction he believed they had entered from, too distracted to notice that the path was beginning to fade.

"So tell me, who exactly are you?" He asked, not bothering to look back at her. He figured that if he wanted to have any idea of what was going on in the park, he would have to start with her.

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Old 12-25-2015, 06:27 PM

(she literally wouldn't believe it unless she actually saw it with her own eyes.)

Aurora already understood why she was drawn to this place with the shadow creature or demon that wanted them. More like her or anyone curious enough to venture inside it's little trap. Aurora noticed it was fading faster than it was before, she choose to push him along faster before the path could be gone forever otherwise they would be stuck there. Of course her ankle hurt, but it wasn't the first time she was injured. Well injured and had to run, it was probably just something small anyways.

Aurora had this bad habit of being too careless around everyone except in rare moments which others never really got to see. "Not really anyone important." Aurora spoke as she moved quickly through the nest like cave of trees and branches making it out of the trap. "Well that was fun, so who are you, and how did that shadow thing freeze?" she stated blankly. Once out she looked around, no one was around, and a storm was starting to brew. She stepped aside feeling the harsh storm winds nudge at her, as if telling her to keep going, and yet she just stood there. Staring at the sky watching lighting streak across as if towards her home.

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Old 12-25-2015, 09:46 PM

Felix moved quickly as he was pushed out of the park, just as eager to leave as she appeared to be. He had still been oblivious to the quickly fading trail, his mind hung up on getting out the details of the situation. He wondered if the shadow was the work of some powerful mage, or just an entity on its own. And if it was in fact another person like him, why? He hoped the answers would come eventually, because despite everything that had just happened, Felix could see himself returning for more clues.

Felix frowned, frustrated that the girl hadn't given out any information about herself. He felt as if she somehow played a role in this, the way the shadow had gone after her. Though he supposed that could have been anyone, after all the group before them left pretty terrified.

"Yeah, loads of fun," Felix mumbled sarcastically, mentally taking note of how different the weather had been from when they first entered, "And the name is Felix. I don't know why he froze, maybe it got bored of trying to kill you." He added, laughing slightly at his own remark.

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Old 12-26-2015, 04:58 AM

Aurora didn't face him, but when she spoke she realized her sarcasm wasn't picked up on. "Yea right, nothing ever gets bored of trying to kill me. It's a neverending story, to make this easy on yourself why don't you just go home and forget about this. It's not like anyone will believe you anyways." Aurora spoke already knowing why the creature itself was after her, but she never cared to share that. Really, who would believe her that random evil things or random things in general would come back to kill her. Their reason was simple and yet it was quite very well hidden from others.

"I am going to go home for some tea. You probably should-"
before she could finish the ground shook a bit like an earthquake. "Better yet, why don't you come for some tea too." her voice wasn't asking, but more like telling. She knew if she left him out here or to leave him alone to walk back home. He would probably die since all she did was bring misfortune which was normal for her, too normal.

Aurora started to walk hoping to get him to follow as the ground began to crack catching her attention hearing the pouring rain getting closer to them. "Don't dawdle or you'll get killed." with that she wished she never went to the park, but then again it would still keep killing others until it got someone like her. It wasn't like she was the only one they truly wanted, just one of them.

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Old 12-27-2015, 03:44 AM

A neverending story, huh... Felix thought, growing more and more curious about the girl. Felix snorted at her comment about not telling anyone. She was right, no one would believe him about it. But it's not as though he had people to tell in the first place. He had considered making a quick visit home just to see if anyone in the community knew anything, but decided it would be better if he didn't. Not for a while, anyways.

Felix felt the ground shift beneath his feet, unaware that there were any earthquake warnings for the day. He'd never experienced an earthquake before, but figured they weren't fun based on the girl's urgency to get them home. He had originally planned to reject her offer on tea at her house, never being a huge fan of the bitter substance, but decided this would be the perfect opportunity to do a bit of snooping.

He listened as the rain crept closer, planning a near-by place they could stop in if the weather go too out of hand. There was a hamburger bar close that he had grown to like, a small little building that would do a fine job of keeping them dry. He kept his plan to himself, thinking that she'd be the type of person that would rather walk through the storm.

"I know you have the whole mysterious vibe going on, and I like it, I do," Felix walked a bit faster to keep up with her pace, "But if I'm having tea with you, don't you think you should at least tell me your name?"

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Old 12-27-2015, 07:02 AM

"The mysterious vibe seems to be natural and only to you it's noticed. Everyone else says I'm creepy which for me it's rather quite normal. Anyways, my name's Aurora, though it is rude to ask for a name before getting one, regardless." Aurora led the way to her house which went through a small patch of old trees and bushes that made people too scared to walk towards. It was a creepy walk down, but Aurora loved the walk and how silent it was to her. All the memories. Her mental smile faded as she came into view with the really nice, two story house that was alot nicer than she could ever own in her life. Her uncle still wasn't home and was said to be off on a business trip for a week or two.

Unlocking the door after walking up calming the doberman dogs which were their pets she smiled kneeling down to them. "Come on Yin, Yang, leave him be. He's alright." she choose the names when she was younger and they always stuck for her. Standing up as they ran up to the boy wanting to play with him, they panted seeming all eager rather than aggressive than they were before she calmed them.

"Come on inside before anything else tries to kill us...well me more like it." Aurora opened the door taking her shoes off at the entrance not wanting to dirty the house and slipping on her slippers. "Put the slippers on if you don't mind, I don't want more work to do on this house than I already do as it is." which wasn't very much, but she hated cleaning regardless. She went into the kitchen pausing "Do you want tea or something else to drink? We have plenty, cold tea, hot tea, water, juice, but no soda. Caffeine is not a natural substance to consume." she was a bit old fashioned this way.

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Old 12-27-2015, 03:05 PM

Felix only nodded as he was given her name, thinking that Aurora fit her quite well. He followed along silently as she lead. While he could understand why others would find her a bit creepy, there was a feeling about her that he was growing fond of. She was different from the other humans he had encountered. Different bad or different good, he wasn't sure yet, he just knew that he liked it.

He studied the house as they neared in awe, wishing he could trade in the worn-down apartment for something like this. It wasn't as if he needed all of this space though, with him living by himself.

Backing up as the two dogs ambushed him, Felix hoped Aurora couldn't see the slight panic on his face. He'd never been much of a dog person, cats always being in his favor. Cats were better partners for the use of magic, the one superstition humans had gotten right. He was grateful when she calmed them down, hoping he wouldn't have to interact with them too much during his little visit.

Felix watched as she slid on the slippers, doing the same thing after he was instructed to. "Actually, water would be great, thanks." He said, glad to not have to pretend to like tea.

"So, you live here alone?" He asked, knowing it'd be easier for him to snoop around if she was the only one here.

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#18
Old 01-05-2016, 12:35 PM

(okay so this will be short, I have coffee but no creamer.........so yea see my problem and its like 7am now but i was awake at 5 then 6 later....) (7:09 coffee officially created with milk, sugar, and Hershey kisses for chocolate)

"Water it is" Aurora replied in a quiet tone as she grabbed a bottle of water from the fridge, she wasn't a fan of sink water unless to heat up water with. Grabbing a coffee cup that said [The Sun And The Moon] in brackets she placed it on the counter with a silver antique spoon sitting inside it. She filled her whistling tea kettle up with water while putting it on the stove and turning it on high so it would be ready soon rather than a slow boil. She didn't care to wait really.

She walked over to the tablet putting a bottle water down "You didn't really seem like a tea person to me, but that's the phrase I use." regardless if she was drinking tea or anything else. The only thing she didn't do was coffee, it was bad for your brain cells, and said to stunt your growth. Though tall people drinked coffee too so she wasn't sure how true that was.

"No not really, I live with my uncle, he is the one who pays for this large empty house." Her uncle wasn't a fan of anything not...well realistic seeing as he was a business man. He had no time to worry about little things like magic or what not. Whatever happened in life, happened, and there wasn't anything you could do to change it. Change it and some way it would find a new path to start again even if it wasn't with you. If you were meant to die in an accident and you somehow lived, the person who saved you would be next. And so forth. Her uncle had an odd way of thinking at times and didn't really care for being around her. Though she was fine with it, the more silence she got the better it was to her.

A sound came from the hallway as two kittens mewed coming into view. They ran over to Aurora whom had picked them up to place them on the tablet. "This is Sun and Rain" she almost named them Artemis and Luna, but one loved the sun alot (that was the black furred colored one) and the other loved the rain as well as storms (the white kitten). "They're harmless, I should have asked if you were allergic to pets before hand, but my bad" she didn't sound much like she cared as Rain ran over to the boy, Sun trailing behind going straight for the cold water bottle wanting to lick it. She loved cold thing as odd as that was with her name.

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#19
Old 01-08-2016, 08:09 PM

Grateful for the water, Felix nodded his thanks as she set the bottle down. He took a small sip as he watched her, suddenly intrigued by how well he thought she would fit in the magic community. He wasn't sure what it was that made him believe this, but he knew it was there. Maybe it was the sun and moon on her coffee mug, or how old fashioned she came across as. Felix couldn't put his finger on it.

"Your uncle, huh?" Felix hadn't heard or seen anybody else around, so he figured he must have been out, "Will he be back soon?" He asked, curious about how much time he had to work with.

Unexpected nostalgia hit as Felix watched the cats come prancing out, causing him to remember his own cat. He had always regretted not bringing her along with him, but knew that it would only make it easier for his family to track him down. All it would take was a piece of the cat's fur and a tracking spell could be started immediately.

"Well, I definitely prefer these to your dogs." He said, reaching a hand out to pet the white one's head. Realizing he was allowing himself to be distracted, Felix knew he had come here for a reason.

"So Aurora, I feel like there's more to you than you're letting on," Felix paused for a second, "I mean, the thing at the park. That kind of thing would freak most huma- er- people out, yet you seem completely unbothered by it...Kinda weird, don't you think?"

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#20
Old 02-12-2016, 01:15 AM

(sorry with life, depression, working 40 hours a week, babysitting a brat, and pretty overly worked plus tired along with other things. I haven't posted in awhile. I hope to get back to posting more.)

"No, he doesn't tend to come home usually. If he does it's just to check up on me and then to head back out in under five minutes." Aurora shrugged slightly she never got along with her uncle and as long as she wasn't a bad kid or at least got caught doing stupid things that would ruin his image in business. Then he didn't care.

"I love any animals out there, any size or type. I just have this thing about loving animals." Not because she wanted to care for them, but because they were easier than dealing with actual humans. Plus dolls creeped her out. Aurora shrugged "I'm all about weird in most ways. I love odd things that stand out, I hate being like anyone else, and truth be told I hate people with a passion. I cannot stand most people, though you give off a different vibe that it is odd. I like odd and weird things. Creepy things are only creepy to those who cannot understand them or try to. People fear what they cannot understand, know, change, or control."

"Why are you so interested anyways? Why did you follow me back there? Most, like you said, would have been scared or ran off?" Aurora questioned his question after answering.

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#21
Old 09-06-2016, 01:05 PM

this is dead LOCK

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#22
Old 10-05-2016, 01:54 AM

Very well. If you guys ever want to get it going again just pm. :)

 


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