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Old 12-28-2014, 05:22 PM
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(I can swap to Kingdom B if you want, but I'll still need more people with me)
Um that'd be good, yeah. I'll make another character if I have to.
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Old 12-29-2014, 09:09 AM
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(Okay, done, he's kingdom B )
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Old 12-29-2014, 06:08 PM
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If anyone wants to join, please do, because I'm going to start the story soon.
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Old 01-04-2015, 11:57 PM
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Brenda Visaerion swept the floor with her broom. A battle had happened last night, and blood was still on the floor, a sea of red and crimson. She carefully swept and swept, her mind set on something else: the fact that someone might be able to save her. She wondered what the messenger, Cyrus, was up to.
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Cyrus wasn't proud. He had had to kill five men last night. He had only attempted to injure them, enough to stop them from moving, but his aggressiveness had took over him, activated by the heat of the battle, and he ultimately ended their lives.

They were men he had once trained with in Kingdom B, a place he left on his own accord. Although he had loyalty for Kingdom A, he couldn't help feeling terrible for his actions.

Was leaving Kingdom B really the right choice?

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Cyrus wasn't proud. He had had to kill five men last night. He had only attempted to injure them, enough to stop them from moving, but his aggressiveness had took over him, activated by the heat of the battle, and he ultimately ended their lives.

They were men he had once trained with in Kingdom B, a place he left on his own accord. Although he had loyalty for Kingdom A, he couldn't help feeling terrible for his actions.

Was leaving Kingdom B really the right choice?
(I shall reply soon.)
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Old 01-05-2015, 01:23 AM
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Cyrus wasn't proud. He had had to kill five men last night. He had only attempted to injure them, enough to stop them from moving, but his aggressiveness had took over him, activated by the heat of the battle, and he ultimately ended their lives.

They were men he had once trained with in Kingdom B, a place he left on his own accord. Although he had loyalty for Kingdom A, he couldn't help feeling terrible for his actions.

Was leaving Kingdom B really the right choice?
Brenda slipped over, her dress completely now drenched in red. The blood spread from her dress and onto the ground, all blood slipping from her white dress to the floor. She looked like a mad woman about to kill another woman. She was drastically bored, but she had to do it. The five corpses lying around the bedroom had some cut throats and some heads completely chopped off.

Some intestines slinked out of their stomachs. She almost vomited at the sight of it, but closed her eyes as she did so, her broom sweeping across the ground. She didn't seem that excited, however.

Was Brenda actually doing the right thing—or was this just what she was ordered to do?
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Old 01-10-2015, 04:16 PM
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Le Papillion, the Butterfly, thief extraordinaire, or so he liked to think, was under arrest. For treason, a bizarre charge. He had lived in that kingdom since he was a small child. But no, foreigners are baaaaaad he thought, rolling his eyes as the soldiers took him in for questioning. They shoved him into a chair where he sat, twitching slightly as always.

"What is your name?" One of them barked at him.

"Ask nicely." the thief smiled cordially. The other guard punched him in the face.

"Kingdom A rat."

"I'm not a rat." Papillion replied, sarcastically. "I'm clearly a beautiful butterfly, and one day I'll grow wings and fly away."

The guard snorted. "Answer the question."

"Ask. Nicely." The young man said, through gritted teeth.

"We could be here a while." One guard said, offhandedly to the other

And they were, before they threw the so-called master criminal out into the gutter. His new clothes, the latest fashions were quite ruined. And he had new doubts. Where did his loyalties really lie? Was he loyal to his home, Kingdom B, or to the place he came from originally? Where could he possibly hope to find meaning? He laughed. It didn't matter. While there was a war, nobody was looking out for a thief. Idiots. He limped back to the place where he was staying and collapsed for the rest of the day.
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Old 01-10-2015, 09:47 PM
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((KINGDOM A IS NOW CALLED "Kraashia"
KINGDOM B IS NOW CALLED "Trantris"
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