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WOFAF-Chapter 5Chapter 5
Tareinrose woke up about 5:30 the next morning. She was staying in a small house she had built with magic about 20 miles away from Adriana's house. She had decided she needed a rendezvous point in this world. So she got one.
She slipped into what she would normally wear, not that crazy teenager stuff. She was 51 for goodness sake. Technically her body had only aged to 19 but she had been alive for 51 years. She cleared her head of those thoughts.
She wore tight, black leather pants, a leather tank top that came up to her neck and black combat boots. She clasped a cloak on that was dark red on the inside. She buckled her weapons belt around her waist and then looked in the mirror. She smirked. Adriana, Spencer, no one would know what hit them.
"The idiot... went for looks just like I thought he would..." She mumbled. "He doesn't even know what I have planned for him." She slid her fingerless gloves on. If you were to hit them you'd think it was a hard substanc
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The woman tracking down Spencer had made a transformation of herself. She looked about 19 anyways and she found out that her new target was at a library she was familiar with. Unfortunately the librarian was familiar with her as well. She had raided some teen girl's closet and almost gotten caught in the act so she was stuck with short shorts and a very tight top that was very out of her comfort level. She sighed and went with it anyways, applying some make up she had acquired through some not very legal means and viola, she had become a teenage girl of that world.
The woman, named Tareinrose, walked into the library and went straight back to the computers and sat down at one and started typing in something random. She sat down next to the man she was after: Spencer Inoue. His dark, navy blue hair helped him stand out to her. She sat there quietly for a moment and then turned her s
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A dark figure adjusted its hood to blend in with the darkness as it walked down a damp street. It was drizzling lightly in the evening light as the sun faded. The shorter figure slipped into a coffee shop and let their cloak fall. The light revealed the flawless face of a young woman about 18 or 19. She had her curling dark blackish brown hair pinned up to the top of her head though a few stray hairs fell into her piercing golden brown eyes.
The girl walked over to a table and sat down. Her cloak seemed to disappear revealing that she was wearing every day jeans and a form fitting blouse that went up to her neck. She sat there, looking around at the very few people left in the building when a man came and slid into the chair across from her.
"Do you have the information I need?" The girl asked, glaring lightly.
Christmas Collab. StoryOnce upon a time in a small, mostly empty, apartment building on the edge of a small city... it was 4am on Christmas morning. The entire building was very quite because as stated before it was mostly empty. In the one not so empty apartment was some one who was quite wide awake.
This person was a 17 year old looking girl and she was tiptoeing down the hallway from her room to the other occupied one. She slowly opened the door and-
"SETH! WAKE UP! IT'S CHRISTMAS!" The girl ran and jumped on top of a sleeping form on the bed. "Come on! Wake up Seth! It's Christmas! Come on!" She shook him, completely ecstatic and acting like a little kid.
"WHAT?! Did someone break in?!" Seth sat upright in a split second, completely bewildered, before realizing that--instead of a burglar--it was none other than Sparks who was jumping him. It took Seth a couple seconds to even understand what she was on about. "Oh... yeah... Christmas..." he said and then flopped back down into the bed, closing his eyes.
A RP guide by -AJ-The Role Play Forum Handbook: Do's, Don'ts, Plots, etiquette and yes, Romance
Table of contents
Chapter 1: What is a Role Play and how do you do it?
Chapter 2: Common do's and don'ts
Chapter 3: Role Play ideas and some that just don't make it
Chapter 4: When is it to late to join reading in-between the lines
Chapter 5: Language "Don't you know its bleeping rude to bleeping
Chapter 6: The 'Romance' thing
Chapter 7: Etiquette with the forums
Many of you are probably wondering "Why in the world did some one make a RP guide and what qualifies -AJ- to write this?" Well in answer to the first question, the main RP thread on how-to's always filled with the same exact questions in different wording. That and a lot of people make the same mistakes or embarrassing blunders that could be preventable.
My answer to the second question? Probably nothing. I, -AJ-, am just a very observ
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Adriana was not a happy girl at all. She'd already finished school with Morgan last year and now she had to go to a public school of all things. A school with peppy teenagers, poplar's and messes. What for? A test to see if she could blend in with people her age.
"Adriana? Morgan's here." A woman called up the stairs.
Adriana sighed, putting her hair pin into her hair to keep her bangs out of the way. She got up slowly and looked herself over. She hoped she looked like a normal teenage girl after all the make up on the side of her face to cover her scars and the ridiculous clothes she was wearing. It wasn't her normal tank-top, pants and elfish boots that she was used to and this definitely wasn't the place were battle scars weren't made fun of. Adriana sighed as she grabbed her backpack and headed downstairs.
"Good luck with school." The woman that called her down said, giving Adriana a hug.
"Will do mum..." Adriana mumbled as she heade
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"But why do I have to do this?" A girl that looked about 16 or 17 asked.
"It's customary..." A woman replied.
"I was raised in this world though! It's not fair and-" The girl started.
"Adriana. It's part of the job and just because you're 'special' it doesn't mean that you can brush all these customs off." The woman snapped.
"We're in the middle of a war Morgan... this is more dangerous and stupid than anything." Adriana replied back just as hotly.
"You're going to need to go into hiding anyways so why not here where she's weakest?" Morgan replied.
"Fine... whatever. Just get me there so I can get this over with." Adriana grumbled.
Morgan led Adriana through a cave until it started to get really bright. Adriana felt a bit of a breeze coming through it and her dark brown hair started to whip around her face.
"Just step through then teleport yourself to your adoptive mother's house. I'll be there on Monday morning to help you get set up with the school." Morgan
A Guide to Writing DialogueWhat is dialogue, exactly? The definition from Merriam-Webster’s dictionary was several lines long, so I shall summarize it in a short sentence for the sake of the readers; it’s the writing that illustrates conversations between two or more characters in a story. We read and hear it all around us, but creating it in your own work can be a challenge. However, if you find dialogue an obstacle in your writing, then don’t push the panic button. In this tutorial, you’ll find by analyzing what dialogue can do and how to use it, you can turn your greatest fear into your greatest ally in your story.
What dialogue is
Like I’ve asserted before, dialogue is basically what the characters are saying to each other. It can be found in multiple mediums such as books, movies, comics, video games, etc. We even engage in dialogue daily without even thinking. When you talk to your best friend, a co-worker, or even your dog, you create dialogue. It’s exchang
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