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Posted by Alaina on 15 December 2018 - 05:21 PM
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Posted by Alaina on 10 December 2018 - 04:50 PM
Xia was happy to see that Camille had remembered her, simply shaking her head when she asked if she had said anything weird. Soon enough, though, both Morgan and Camille seemed to start talking with each other with great familiarity. Xia, in turn, was overjoyed by the fact that her newest friend and her other still recent friend were already good friends with each other. As the two continued to talk, Xia was even more astonished by the fact that Camille used to fight, and when Morgan asked if they had done anything weird to her, the girl just put her finger to her chin, thinking. "No, I don't think so. I worked with her and got this super cute outfit and she taught me how to clean things and stuff! It's also where I met Snowball, so that was fun too!"
As the girl said this aloud, it seemed that something in Xia's internal wiring took pause and backtracked. Trying to realize what went wrong with what she said, Xia merely stared blanky for several, silent, seconds. As one of the broken ceiling lights above Xia's head suddenly turned on again, her eyes flared back to life as she shouted, "you're a he!" Oddly proud of herself for realizing this, she said, "I'm sorry Camille, I didn't mean to call you the wrong thing this whole time, but you're super cute for a boy so I didn't realize. But," suddenly getting back on track with another revelation she said, "you fight too? Man that's super awesome! It's a shame you're not a fighter, otherwise we coulda had loads more fun together! Oh, and then maybe you guys could fight too for old time's sake. I bet that'd be loads of fun too." The girl nodded to herself contentedly as she declared this.
Posted by Alaina on 09 December 2018 - 04:05 PM
Avery had not been having a good day. Her morning had been nothing more than a set of disappointments with her having to rush to school, only to make it to her first class 30 minutes late. The cause had been that her alarm had seemed not to go off. Or, rather, on closer inspection it had appeared that Avery had never set it in the first place. And her disastrous morning, followed by having to answer questions in class that she ungracefully did not know the answer to, didn't seem to let up. She didn't have any memory of what had happened in Algebra class, as she didn't quite pay attention to what was going on. When lunch came around she realized that she had neither brought anything from home nor had her wallet on her, forgotten in her mad dash out of the house to get to school.
Both hungry and irritable, Avery had done her best trying to survive the rest of the day, thankful that things hadn't picked up too far in their classes yet that she was able to absentmindedly try and take notes. Of course, whenever she began writing notes for class they gave way to notes on something entirely. This also compounded into the last period, where thankfully all they had to do was sit around and listen to someone talk about some kind of summer festival. The girl wasn't quite sure what to expect from it, but she hadn't any interest in going and thus winning a ticket would only give her stressful attention. As the assembly went on, the girl merely looked to her phone, continually opening the one group chat. Continuing to look at it, the girl seemed to compulsively check to see if anyone would message there, though each time she opened the chat she was met with the same disappointment. Soon enough, she had stopped checking her phone, merely looking around a way to leave the premises as soon as she could and get out of the ensuing crowds.
Posted by Alaina on 09 December 2018 - 03:52 PM
Consistency is really my strong point.
Posted by Alaina on 05 December 2018 - 03:30 AM
Posted by Alaina on 01 December 2018 - 03:19 AM
Xia was excited to see that everyone else was excited to go elsewhere to have fun, and play games at that. She, however, did not have any idea where such fun and games were located, except for Tennis and Basketball. However, Morgan didn't like sports, which was a shame, but Xia would honor her new found friends methods of fun. Running through her memories of the past few days, she tried to determine where they would have the most fun, and after a good minute or so of thought, Xia snapped her fingers and had seemed to come to a realization. "Alright, you can count on me to lead you all to fun!"
As she stated this, the girl's own watch went off, seeing that her random match had been planned. Xia had no idea who "Masaru" was, which meant that she probably hadn't met them yet. And if she hadn't met them yet then that just meant she had another friend to make today! Looking over to Morgan as she asked her question, Xia said, "oh oh, Aria's great! She's like really to fun hang out with and we went to go to a gym earlier and met this really funny guy. She's that white haired girl that you made friends with earlier today. Oh," she pointed towards Aurora saying, "not her - but she's also really nice - the other one."
Once that was settled, Xia pointed in a direction saying, "alright everyone, follow me!"
It took quite a bit longer then it likely should have to get to the mall, as Xia didn't quite know how to get to it from where they had started, yet they had eventually gotten to their destination. Upon entering the mall, the girl said, "so, you see, I made this really nice and fun friend named Snowball - you met him yesterday," she looked to everyone other than Morgan. " - and their owner, Riley - also nice person - works here! So, if she works here then I bet it's a super fun place to hang out and stuff!" As she explained her reasoning to the group, she saw the bright flashing red sign, pointing at it saying, "see, that looks like a lot of fun!"
Walking through the arcade, Xia let out numerous "ooooh" and "aaah" as she passed by the machines, not actually electing to play anything and instead merely admiring them. As she kept looking around, the girl eventually noticed that her new friend Morgan stopped. Looking at her stunned expression the dragon girl asked, "hey Morgan. You alright?" As she waved her hand in front of her face, Xia then looked to where Morgan's gaze was going. Gasping at the sight, her expression brightening, the girl simply began waving her hand in a greeting as she called, "hey Camille!" Making her way over to there she said, "man, you look super different when you're not working. Are you here to have fun too?"
Posted by Alaina on 23 November 2018 - 10:20 PM
Xia seemed quite interested in Morgan's story, and wondered just what the tournament thing she had joined was like. If it was any bit as fun as this place had been so far, then Xia was a bit disappointed that she had missed out on something as amazing as that. But then, she probably wouldn't have been here and met so many super awesome people, so it all worked out in the end. As Morgan then asked Xia to be her first friend, the girl had a beaming smile across her face as she said, "oh I'd love to be your friend! We'll do so many awesome and fun things together and see all different kinds of wonderful places and it'll be the best!" The girl then went to hug Morgan with full force, though stopped as swiftly as she began, remembering that she wasn't supposed to hug people for prolonged periods of time.
The dragon girl then turned to Gavin as he began to speak, waving to the small man on his wrist, both with enthusiasm and curiosity as she looked at him. She then seemed to frown as Gavin gave his story, saddened by the overall negativity that the boy had to go through before getting here. However, she soon perked up saying, "well, I'm sure you'll make tons of friends here! After all, it's plain as day to anyone here that you're a person, not a stone so I'm sure no one will step on you!" She gave two enthusiastic thumbs up to him. With that out of the way, the girl got some food herself, eating the same kind that Aurora was and started scarfing it down. In a manner of seconds there was no more food as she said, "so, what else do you guys wanna do? We got so much time before fighting starts and there's so many things to do! We can eat more food, go play some games or even walk up a really big staircase! I know the best place for that!"
Posted by Alaina on 15 November 2018 - 04:29 AM
As Souji made his commentary on Elizabeth's turn, Jun didn't do much more then put a finger to her chin, but quickly returned to her neutral expression. She, similarly, didn't seem to have her face give way to any form of expression as Hitomu made his move, and didn't seem much phased by his toon's antics. Though, it was impossible to ignore it as the cleaver had ended up landing in close proximity of her. More specifically in someone's bag of chips. Looking at Melissa, Jun simply said, "oh, that sucks." As the girl ran off, Jun couldn't help but wonder if she really needed to go to the bathroom again.
While she was ready to simply turn her attention back to the duel at hand, Gabriela stood up and began shouting towards Hitomu, making her declarations of being a princess of some faraway kingdom once more. Jun's expression turned to a mix of a smile filled with some kind of surprise and confusion at the girl, but as she turned back towards Jun, the girl couldn't help but laugh at the whole thing. Calming her laugh down a bit, she said, "sure, sure thing Gabby. We'll go see Captain first thing after the duel." The girl giggled to herself once more, before seeing Melissa return back again.
After Gabriela had said her piece, Jun smiled and said, "oh, and you can come with us after the duel to see Captain. That way you can give him a piece of your mind too." Jun kept up her smile as she playfully punched her own palm as she made her comment. With that resolved, the girl's attention turned back to the duel at hand.
Posted by Alaina on 12 November 2018 - 06:45 PM
Xia was excited to see a fight being set up, even if it was one that she would neither take part in nor be able to watch. She just knew that fighting here was where fun things happened and that it was usually how she made great friends with people. As Morgan made her comment about everyone around here being friends, Xia nodded her head eagerly, not really paying attention to the comments of everyone else on the matter. "Yeah, it's like everyone here is one big family!"
As Aurora directed a question towards her, Xia looked to the girl nodding again. "Oh yeah, so I used to have a lot of friends, but they were all fish. Fish weren't really good at talking though, and they only really swam around for fun. And I guess ate some of them and I later learned that food aren't friends, so I'm not sure if we were actually friends or not. But then I met this group of guys! They were really nice. They gave me a home, and taught me how to speak with them, and they even gave me more food that wasn't fish! Oh, I also swam around with them a lot, but they weren't really that great at it, at least worse then the fish." Xia nodded in her memories before saying, "but, it was still really fun to be with them. But it's also really fun being here too!" She looked over to the new people saying, "oh Morgan, and uh, Gavin! Do you guys have friends where you're from?"
Posted by Alaina on 07 November 2018 - 01:16 AM
While Alois was expecting the his team's knight to deal a finishing blow to the not so friendly knight, it had seemed his lance arm was not quite up to par with a dead hulking juggernauts. Go figure. As the creature had struck, Alois saw yet another opening to go in and attack. Twirling his hand axe, for a third time, lobbed it overhead Gunther and sent it arcing down towards the Awakened knight. The axe founds its mark, burying itself into the face of the knight, causing the undead hulk to fall backwards and onto the ground, just as lifeless as it had been the day before.
With that done, Alois caught the axe on the return trip, saying, "alright, that's one down and..." he peered into the darkness beyond, not really able to make out anything more than a myriad of red dots for eyes. Sighing, he said, "well, at least it's one down."
While Tsetseg had managed to mostly calm her nerves from shooting the arrow, as the Awakened rogue commented towards her, the girl felt a chill up her spine and more hastily nodded towards the being. Still freaked a bit out by it, she took another deep breath as Licorice tried to reassure as well, taking aim as Shiro had gone in for his croaky assault. As the frog protean had managed to land a solid hit against the head of the knight, caving in a part of the head, Tsetseg followed up by firing another arrow straight into one of the eye sockets of the Awakened. With the arrow landing true, the knight's head was pushed back yet again and, while it showed no real signs of pain, seemed much slower in recovering from the force of the attacks then it had been before.
Posted by Alaina on 24 October 2018 - 04:21 PM
Xia was overjoyed to see that the two new people were also quite ready to be friends with her as well. As Morgan shook hands with her, Xia's grip much stronger then Morgan's, she said, "oh I'm sure we'll get along well! I try to get along with everyone and since you're part of everyone I'm sure we'll get along well!"As Morgan and Aria had their friendly banter to each other, Xia readily responded to the new girl again saying, "there certainly are. And all of them are super nice too! There's Aria and Angela and Cyan and," she pointed to each of them as she said their names saying, "there's also Aurora, the white haired girl and the new guy from yesterday. You missed a few other really cool people, but all of us are still really fun too!"
As Cyan then agreed with her in her plan to go have some food court adventures, the girl's face stayed illuminated with joy as she said, "woohoo!" Looking to the others she said, "hey Aria, Angela, other new guy, we're going to the food court, so feel free to come along with!" With that, she followed Cyan's lead to go and get some food.
Posted by Alaina on 10 October 2018 - 08:25 PM
Once back outside of the labyrinthine hotel and back out on their own home plane, Avery seemed to have calmed considerably. Though there was a look of disappointment on her face as they first made their touch down onto concrete once more, the girl's expression soon shifted to become more of a neutral one. As the group began to move their seperate ways for the night, it had appeared that one of them was leaving the group, as they had to move. While Avery knew little about Haruka, there was certainly a feeling of disappointment that went through her yet all the same, she didn't do more than give a small wave goodbye to the girl. With Tyler offering a ride, Avery merely said, "no, I'm fine walking from here." With that, the girl merely made her way away from the rest of the group, calmly walking home.
Once home, Avery did little more than give a short greeting to her parents and forge food from her cabinets and refrigerator before retiring to her room. Wading through the mess that it was, Avery opened her laptop up and unloaded her backpack of notebooks onto the floor next to her. Opening one up next to her, the girl began to type furiously into the keyboard, logging down all that she had written on the sheet of paper into a document. With great fervor in her fingers and a look of enthusiasm across her face, the girl spent the night copying down and cleaning up the things that she had written down for the day. Once she had finished, the girl let out a laugh in joy of her success, before this was abruptly cut off as she passed out on her desk, the fatigue of the day's events finally catching up with her.
Posted by Alaina on 10 October 2018 - 04:18 PM
As Gwen went to go and embrace Lok, and Nine was now clearly looking at him, it was clear the boy was in some kind of anguish. The cause obviously being Fiona as well, Nine's chipper mood went to becoming one of more on edge, looking to the tent that the boy had emerged from. While the two seemed ready to leave without the Drapion girl, Nine felt far more reluctant to do so for a small variety of reasons. Yet still, if the two got into a fight there was likely little he could do given how emotional she was and furthermore it wasn't as if he could just abandon or trample on the feelings of the two with him. "Alright. Follow along." Knowing that it would do no good, or in fact it would do only harm, to press further on the matter, Nine gestured for them to follow and go to Jirachi's mansion as he began to make his way there.
Sitting down, Marie listened on as Randy explained why he had been so ready and eager to brawl at when the chance presented itself. Marie didn't really say much in regards to being called a kid, given the dangers they had already fought against. All the same, the girl wasn't too sure she knew what exactly the situation Randy had found himself in was, as she was not the wrestling type of girl, but still sympathized with how he felt. Twiddling her fingers around, the girl seemed ready to say something, but then the mimikyu had introduced themselves as well. Marie wasn't quite sure how to feel about having been tailed from the shadows since they got here, but Nani didn't seem malicious.
And once, Keanu spoke up about them being family, a big smile formed on her face saying, "right. We're all family here now, so don't hide around so much anymore Nani. And Randy, I'm sure that you can take your spot in your sport if you keep working on it." While she seemed happy, her genuine smile turned into more of a smirk as she started wagging her finger at him as she joked, "but, that's only if you pick your fights better. After all, you can't enter for a contest in Alola if you're jailed in another region."