- October 24, 2014, 07:00:05 PM
- Welcome, Guest
Please make sure to read the rules and have fun!
on: October 22, 2014, 03:27:17 AM
|Started by Mika - Last post by KairiGurlPaupo|
Things were going perfectly as planned. Why hadn't he thought of this years ago? Wherever his sweet Wendy was concerned in harms way, Pan would surely come fleeting to. And that spoiled brat wanna be Prince had fed straight into his agenda. In fact, the plan was almost too perfect.
Hook knew that by using the girl, he could draw Pan out of hiding, but Han's would be there to distract the fair Wendy with his affections. Her heart was so pure, surely it could thaw his frozen one. Yes. Hans would get what he needed for his plans. A maiden with a pure heart... And Hook would get what he needed.
His hook stroked his mustache slowly. He was extremely pleased with himself. He would be honest; he did not know much about this Prince Hans, of the Southern Isles, but he could sense the darkness that rose from his soul. It was an easy trade to make.... Hook had kept track of the Darling children all of these years, just in case he ever required the "upper hook" over dear sweet Peter. The Wendy had grown into a beautiful woman. Surely, any prince of darkness would desire her as their bride. Suggesting it to Hans was simple as pie.
"Smee!" The captain shouted, striding across the deck of his ship. "Set our coordinates for the stars. We're going to Arendelle..." He smiled devilishly. "I have business to tend to."
"Arendelle? The southern Isles?" Wendy repeated the words he had said, but they scarcely felt real to her. "Neverland." She whispered, before quickly pursing her lips together. "Sorry. I. Oh! Hans." She smiled softly. "It is a beautiful name... I shall have to get used to not calling you Victor." The girl placed her hand to his cheek warmly. "My prince." She said softly.
"I didn't know there was a such thing as magic..." She continued. "And, other worlds. How strange. I once dreamt of a flying ship, colored in all gold, that soared over the skies of London... Sailing past Big Ben, touching the stars, escaping this world. Could we visit? ELEVEN BROTHERS?!" Wendy chirped, taking in all of this information. It excited her. It terrified her. And yet, somehow, it all felt like home.
"Thank you." Terra smiled, moving into the cafe past Raleigh, where she heard her name called. She smiled. "Looks like she saw me first." Terra laughed, directing her comment to Enoch and Raleigh. Terra made her way across the cafe to where Rainie was seated.
"Hi Rainie." She said. "It's terribly cold out tonight, isn't it?" She giggled. "Did you have any issues with closing up tonight?" She asked, wondering if Raleigh had been in there since Rainie had left earlier.
"She's lucky he wasn't a serial killer." Terra thought to herself. "Maybe... I just shouldn't mention the fact that a stranger broke into the shop and I didn't phone the police..." she grinned to herself. "And that you're now getting coffee with him. Smooth."
"This is Enoch. He is a traveller from Halloween town. Isn't that exciting?" She asked the girl. "And, this is Raleigh." She folded her arms in front of her, pretty pleased. "Who is your new friend?" She inquired. "Mind if we join you?"
on: October 21, 2014, 09:28:48 PM
|Started by KunoichiFox - Last post by Drake|
Riz I would actually like to see what you would look like dressed as moogle instead XD
Nope not happening
on: October 21, 2014, 01:17:03 PM
|Started by Mika - Last post by Mika|
Pulling out a chair for Rainie, Milo softly responds,
"No, you are more than welcome to keep the jacket." How can I be sure you will be warm if you don't have proper outerwear?
Milo walked around to the other side of the table, and stood across from Rainie's spot. Milo was about to sit down until he saw her wave to someone behind him. Milo turned his head around and his gaze landed on a young girl with blonde hair. Milo's right eyebrow slightly arched, and his head tilted to the right. She also looks like...No, I am sure there are a lot of blondes in Traverse Town these days. Yeah, that's it. Though, Rainie does look like...And now this gir- No, no, they are just dreams.
Looking back at Rainie, Milo's smile returned. She is comfortable to be around, like an old friend.
"Who is she?" Milo asked Rainie quietly as he pushed his brown hair to right, unsure if he should make room at the table, or pull out a chair for this new person.
Milo unbuttoned the wrist cuff of his white, long sleeve, button down shirt and folded each sleeve so that they would each be three quarter length sleeves, to about the middle of his forearm. He also unbuttoned his top button casually. While the outside was cold and windy, it was warm and cozy in the cafe.
on: October 21, 2014, 12:51:33 PM
|Started by Mika - Last post by IffyPanther|
A powerful gust of wind gushed through the square causing the young girl to close the parka tighter around her. She was surprised that such cold weather was here in October, even small flurries of snow! Rainie had lived in Traverse Town for as long as she could remember, and not once had the small town experience such an early winter.
Rainie pursed her lips some but smiled none the less when he asked her how tall she was. She could already tell where this was going as he was so much taller than her; that was no great feat as many were taller than her. Regardless, she let out a soft laugh and answered his question.
"Five foot three inches." She looked up to him, and having to do so quite literally, she nearly asked him how the weather was up there, yet refrained as they had just reached the cafe entrance.
She thanked Milo for holding the door, hurrying into the cafe so her companion could follow and close off the rush of cold air.
"Thank you for lending me your coat, would you like it back?" She began to remove the warm parka from her shoulders as they made their way to an empty table to sit.
Just as they had picked a table the door opened letting in more cold air. Turning some Rainie recognized the person entering. "Terra!" She piped, raising her hand in the air some to wave at her co-worker. Even though they didn't spend much time outside of work she still considered the blonde to be her friend.
Hans let himself be led towards the bench, sitting upon arrival, still not sure how he would be able to explain it all to her. So far she'd seemed to be giving him the slightest chance for redemption at least.
The prince inhaled deeply before letting it out slowly back through parted lips. He could not bring himself to look directly at her, one hand held onto hers as the other braced his weight onto one of his legs.
"My name, my real name is simply Hans, no Victor, that is the name of one of my 11 brothers. My title is Prince of the southern Isles." Hans slowed down some looking back to the woman kneeling before him, dark eyes distant, eyebrows knit into a furrow.
"Wendy you have no idea the relief it brings me to share all this with you, but I'm only scratching the surface." The back of his free hand grazed the side of her cheek. "I would like to take you to my world, show you it's beauty, by world I mean, not London, not even earth. In my world, the world of Arendelle, there is magic, castles, kingdoms." Hans withdrew his hands, starting to regret everything.
"If this is too much, I understand, but my feelings for you are true, this is why I felt so guilty for keeping such secrets from you."
A few book shelves over from the couple a certain mischievous spirit was at play. He'd come to London to give the city a little hint of winter, however the bustling school grounds had beckoned to him. The winter spirit had followed a young girl into the library where he continued to look on curiously.
Currently he was flipping pages of books the moment a student would look away or picking up writing utensils and watching with amused laughter as they hunted for them. It was then he noticed the pair sitting on a bench, listening into a piece of their conversation. Another world? Jack was intrigued to say the least, especially when the man started to list off the things in said world.
Jack crossed his arms narrowing his eyes at the man, something about him didn't sit right with Jack. Not to mention he was more than curious to find out if this 'world Arendelle' was even true, or if this man was playing his girlfriend for a fool. Jack had witnessed many breakups, but none had started with "I'm from another world", it made him chuckle to say the least.
on: October 21, 2014, 12:47:38 PM
|Started by Mika - Last post by Jing|
Raleigh stopped dead in his tracks when he heard Terra's question and scratched his head "Truth be told I'm not really sure myself" Said Raleigh as he looked towards Terra. "A few years ago I banged my head pretty badly, and I sorta forgot a lot of important stuff like where I'm from, heck the only reason I knew my name was because it was engraved on the ship I use to travel with" Said Raleigh as he closed his eyes and gave a smile to Terra. Raleigh didn't know much of his past, he knew his name and a desire to seek something, but he didn't know what
"Huh wonder why I just told them all that" Thought Raleigh, he wasn't used to talking to people for prolonged periods of time, often he would hear people yelling at him to return the treasures he would aquire in towns. Others would just balk at the thought of multiple worlds existing "maybe because they're the first to not try to arrest me" thought Raleigh as he let out a soft laugh
"Shall we go in" Said Raleigh as he opened the door to the cafe "it really is startin to get cold out here"
on: October 21, 2014, 12:13:22 PM
|Started by Mika - Last post by KairiGurlPaupo|
"You're... I'm sorry; you're a what?" Wendy asked, her accent popping at the end of her question. She stepped back, looking quite confused. "I thought you were a professor of science?" Wendy asked. "A prince? Of where? Not England... Oh my god... Are you Scottish?!" The girl squeaked, placing her hands to her lips. "And what... What do you mean, other worlds?" She asked stepping toward him. The girl reached up, placing her hand on Hans's, and moving it from his face, so she could look him in the eyes.
The girl felt sad more than anything. Sad for him. He seemed in agony over this. "Hans?" She whispered. "It's okay. You can tell me everything. Who are you? Who are you really?" She took both his hands and led him to a long wooden bench in the old library. Sitting Hans down before her, Wendy sank to her knees beside him. Her eyes were sincere, and longing to gaze into his, but for some reason, she felt he always seemed to be looking away.
"I'm not... Upset. Just confused." She whispered softly to him. "I trust you. I love you." She smiled, trying to assure him. "Really very much." Or was she trying to assure herself? Wendy's heart sank a bit. Did she even know Hans at all?
"Oh. She's a... A girl I work with. Rainie." Terra replied to Enoch, though her eyes remained glued to Rainie. She was with a boy who looked terribly familiar. Terra furrowed her brow. Now that she thought about it, there was something incredibly familiar about Rainie as well. The two made their way toward the same cafe that Terra was about to lead the boys to. How convenient.
She broke her gaze, finally turning back to the boys. "Pastries! And coffee. Mmmm. Let's go." She laughed, heading toward the cafe. "I need to speak with Rainie real quick, but it shouldn't take long. After we have a quick bite, I'll see you to the inn, Enoch. Tomorrow, we will go to see the sorcerer. And Raleigh... Well...." Terra half smiled. He didn't seem to be all that thrilled about being in her company. It bothered her.
Terra shut her eyes. "It shouldn't bother me... It shouldn't bother me." she thought to herself. And yet it did. She wanted this guy to like her. Perhaps to replace the friends she had lost? Perhaps because he reminded her so much of one in particular. The girl opened her eyes and smiled widely at him. "Thanks for coming to hang out with us." She said, awkwardly.
"Good.... Cool, Terra." she grimaced at herself. "So Enoch, you're from Halloween town? I have been there, actually." She replied to his question from earlier as the group began to walk. "It's a spectacular little village. Such vibrant and colorful people there; it's always hopping. Like, literally... It's never DEAD." She smirked, hoping to win Enoch over.
"Where are you from?" She asked, nodding her head in Raleigh's direction. The group approached the door to the cafe now.
on: October 21, 2014, 11:46:13 AM
|Started by Mika - Last post by Mika|
Milo's face relaxed, a natural yet happy look took over his face. He stopped stressing out. This wasn't as awkward as he thought it would have been. He never had issues meeting people, as he was a barista, but meeting people with future prospect, now, that has not happened...ever.
At least as far back as Milo can remember. He has no recollection of anything before his 13th birthday. He simply ended up in Radiant Garden, now Hollow Bastion, and met a tall, handsome man named Leon. He moved to Traverse Town a few years ago with Leon, when Radiant Garden was destroyed and became Hollow Bastion. While Leon has been out on missions of his own, Milo decided to get out the flat and become something he always wanted to...a barista! That was all that Milo knew.
Milo started to walk with Rainie towards the town square.
"There should be a cafe here that stays open pretty late..." Milo said as he scanned the square.
His eyes found the entrance to the cafe, just a little bit ahead of the pair. Looking over at Rainie, Milo smirked. There was a considerable height difference. Milo was not the tallest guy in the world, but compared to Rainie, he felt as tall as a mountain. There were perks, already.
"How tall are you exactly?" Milo asked in a playful manner.
Milo opened the front entrance door of the cafe and held it open for Rainie.
on: October 21, 2014, 11:17:57 AM
|Started by Mika - Last post by IffyPanther|
Rainie jolted some when she felt a weight fall over her shoulders, looking to the source.
"Oh! I'm so sorry! I didn't mean to ignore you. It's Milo, right?" She stumbled with her words, but pointed at the name tag he was still wearing. The two had stayed in silence for some time but she simply lost herself gazing up at the stars. Looking in particular to the one that Milo had pointed out.
Again another person to tell her there were other worlds. Curiosity had claimed her and she was thinking of possibly seeing another world for herself, maybe even with Milo? Wait what? She quickly banished the thought, she just barely learned his name!
"Thank you." Rainie held onto the parka, not even aware that she had been shivering in her simple cardigan.
"My name is Rainie, it's nice to meet you and not just through work." She smiled some before nodding when he offered to get something to eat or drink or walk her home.
"Sure, I don't need to be home any time soon and I could definitely go for some hot chocolate!" She laughed some as the pair began to walk, not even noticing her co-worker Terra just across the square, though she had a tendancy to be a little oblivious of her surroundings at times.
For some reason Rainie was unable to shrug that weird feeling of familiarity about Milo, the smell of his parka, it was so haunting. A smell that she recognized but couldn't even place.
Victor Hans smiled, looking down at the woman in his arms, he'd returned her kiss, holding the side of her face in his palm. Soon after he broke away, his eyebrows began to knit together features falling into a worried expression. "Wendy..." He sighed, taking both her hands in his, looking into her beautiful eyes for yet a moment.
He turned away covering his mouth with his hand, stepping back some he brushed said hand through his hair. Something was obviously bothering him but he seemed to struggle to get the words out.
"I haven't been completely honest with you, Wendy. It has been eating away at me since the moment we met and I kept it from you." Victor turned back to look at her once again. "I am such a fool, why did I ever lie to you. I don't want you to think wrongly of me, but I can't keep this from you any longer!"
He let out an audiable sigh, hand returning to his face, gently rubbing his temple as he was trying to figure out how to confess this to her.
"I'm not actually a professor here, I'm a prince from another world. Gods, you must think I am clinical. Wendy will you ever forgive me, or even believe me?" Hans lowered his hands, as he'd been moving them around as he was speaking.
on: October 21, 2014, 09:25:48 AM
|Started by Drake - Last post by Drake|
Just wanted to let everyone know we are aware of the posting new topics bug. We'll be trying to fix the issue in the next few days. Have had a lot of technical issues lately which slowed down the process, but you're not forgotten!
on: October 21, 2014, 09:05:07 AM
|Started by Mika - Last post by Mika|
Moments of silence passed and filled the air with an awkward silence. The temperature was dropping, the cold air scraped across Milo's cheek, causing his cheeks and tip of his nose to turn pink. Milo exhaled into this hands and rubbed them together and looked back at Rainie's face. An urge to protect her rushed and consumed Milo's mind, his mouth straightened across his face, a displeased look appeared. I'm not sure I would feel comfortable with her walking alone this late or in the cold... Milo cleared his throat to fill the silence.
Milo took off his parka, stood up, took a step towards Rainie and put the parka over her shoulders. The palms of his hands slightly pressed into her shoulders, securing the jacket so it would not fall off.
"It's cold and it's getting pretty late. Would you like to get something warm to drink or eat? If not, would it be okay if I walked you home?" Milo sweetly inquired, his hand went to the back of his head nervously and a small smile appeared across his face.
An hour passed since the letter was written.
"Are...Are you sure that's the only way, Queen?" The maid asked, her face emotionless and the colour of her face gone.
Elsa's piercing blue eyes met the maid's eyes. Elsa's face also lacked any emotion. She was sitting straight up in her bed. Her room still a mess, bloody bandages covered the floor and papers were scattered around. Her hair, once in a braid, had unravelled and hung softly across her shoulders. Elsa's eyes were bloodshot, her face flushed and her hands were wrapped in bandages under her pre-coronation gloves.
"You heard him. You saw him. King Mickey appeared the moment we decided to write a letter to him. We have to send someone with that group he has designated, " Elsa said, her voice clearly strained from the traumatic events earlier.
"What about you, my Queen? What about Arendelle Castle?" The maid asked with a quiet voice.
Clearing her voice, Elsa responded,
"I will stay here. Unless something happens to me, there needs to be someone ruling this kingdom and this castle."
"It is dangerous! My Queen, you've already been injured...It could be permanent..."
"I have to be here for my people. What is important is the bigger picture. Now, go get Anna. I need to speak with her immediately...Besides, with the disappearance of the heartless, there is much to fear in every world..."
The maid nodded to Elsa and stood up to leave to retrieve Anna.
"Do not tell Anna what has happened to me. The only issue she needs to worry about is her mission," Elsa quickly said.
The maid nodded once again, bowed to Elsa and left Elsa's room and headed towards Anna's room.