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Tales of New Eden IC RP

Discussion in 'Theatre de Vampyre' started by The Archivist, Jul 8, 2014.

  1. The Archivist

    The Archivist Archivist of the word The Staff Member True Blood

    Jan 17, 2012
    Nyasuki came over and looked at the hawk-nosed old lady. Her eyes weren't quite focusing on Omo, instead sort of hovering between him and Naoko.

    "I think she's Gwen's boss. Excuse me, miss, is Gwen around?"

    The old woman looked at her with a tilt of her head.

    "Gwen? Oh, she's over there."

    She turned and, contrary to all librarian stereotypes, yelled across the library.


    There was the sound of tumbling books as the young lady stacking books stumbled over her box. The rest of the libraries denizens reacted in a similar manner: the twins ran hurriedly after their sister out of the front door, the hulking man ducked his head and the bowler hat vanished below the top of the bookshelves.
  2. spineyrequiem

    spineyrequiem Necromancer

    Oct 16, 2011
    'Aha, Gwen. We've heard so much about you. We're here from Para, he wanted some help with his... ah... special pizzas.' Omo turned to Naoko.

    'Naoko-chan! U~inku shirinagara!'

    'Hai!' Naoko gave Gwen a knowing wink.
    Last edited: Oct 18, 2014
  3. Get of W'soran

    Get of W'soran CN's Lord of Masks True Blood TVC II GM

    Apr 23, 2008
    "Naze anata wa uinku suru kanojo ni itte iru? Nani ga okite iru no?" a bored Akimitsu complains looking between Omo and Naoko, the bored assassin hadn't been particularly paying attention to the going ons.

    Akky huffed in a manner that could only be described as sulking from a feeling of overwhelming monotony.

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