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Adelaide Lucus ~ Annoying Little Girl
Character's Bio

 Age: 9  Height: 4'11ft  Weight: 94 lb
 Sexuality: Heterosexual  Relationship Status: She is 9 so does it matter?
 Birth Place: New York  Main Weapon: celestial bronze sword and knife that always change when put in her backpack.
 Accent: American

Character's Powers


  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to cause someone to believe that they are trapped inside a labyrinth, disrupting their senses into seeing anything else for a short time. While under its effect, they become more vulnerable to attacks.
  2. Children of Ariadne, while a labyrinth is summoned, have the ability to create 1 to 3 lesser monsters (those classified as “easy” in the Monster Encyclopedia) nearby them within it; these monsters, however, will not be controlled and will attack anyone they see.


  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to create a large portion of a labyrinth wall to protect themselves until it corrodes after a short time. The walls can be created at all directions to create an absolute defense, but drains more energy from the user. Conversely, this can be used to imprison enemies.
  2. Children of Ariadne can cause a person to feel/be lost, as if they don’t know how to reach their desired destination and wander off aimlessly which may induce distress, confusion and loss of concentration, for a short time. The effect can be used on a larger number of people, but drains more energy.


  1. Children of Ariadne have the innate ability to find their way through/around any sort of puzzle, maze or obstacle without any aid, as if they have a psychic compass within them. They are also able to perceive any kind of hidden obstruction, trap or dead-end within a 10 meter radius around them.
  2. Children of Ariadne have the innate ability to see in multiple directions at once, allowing their senses of sight to become more finely attuned to their surroundings.


  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to create a real labyrinth which traps anyone inside it for a short time. The user has total control over the creation, such as altering and closing its walls or even expand the maze at any time. However, a larger maze will consume more energy from the user. The maze has a roof over it and cannot be teleported out of.
  2. Children of Ariadne can conjure a very durable wool string that can be used to navigate around a place, mislead or ensnare victims, bind or strangle enemies, hold or suspense things firmly, weave fine cloth or in any way possible. The longer the string, the more energy it drains. The string can also be conjured from the ground or from any surface.
  3. Children of Ariadne can increase or decrease a person's passions, whether the purpose is to weaken one’s will to fight, or to motivate them to do a certain hobby or to love, etc. The longer this state is maintained, the more energy is drained from the user.
  4. Children of Ariadne are able to teleport themselves through the mazes they created. The further the distance traveled, the more energy drained.

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to construct paths out of materials found around them that they can use to take them anywhere (up into the air, over trees, etc.) but as they move along the path, the path behind them slowly corrodes. The longer they use the energy required to make a path, the more they are drained.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to enchant a localized location into becoming an illogical, yet illusory, maze which traps anyone inside it. With this ability, the user can cause a building’s passageways to lead somewhere else such as an upstairs flight lead to the basement, a closet room lead to the rooftop, lead a door back to itself, and so on and so forth. The larger the area of effect and the longer it is held, the more it drains the user.

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to materialize a shadowy form of the Minotaur into existence which is capable of both fighting and dying under their control, in a sense; afterwards, it will vanish and drains the user extensively. However, the Minotaur conjured is weaker than its real counterpart would be.


  1. Children of Ariadne have an excellent sense of direction, and are able to navigate and locate any location with ease, rarely getting lost.
  2. Children of Ariadne are typically willing to help others, even to strangers.

Owned by: James ~ Posted on: {{{2}}}


Callista Butler Daughter of Demeter

 Age: 11  
 Sexuality: Bi 
  Main Weapon: Knives


Lennon Butler Son of Demeter

 Age: 11  Height: 5'1" 
 Sexuality: Gay 
  Main Weapon: Sword

Ari Nersia ~ Little Slut
Character's Bio

 Age: 12  Height: 5'4"  Weight: 80 pounds
 Sexuality: Pansexual  Relationship Status: Single
 Birth Place: Quebec, Canada  Main Weapon: Celestial Great Sword
 Accent: French Canadian

Character's Powers


  1. Children of Mnemosyne have the ability to write/read weapons out of pure energy which can be used for combat; however, only one weapon can be conjured at a time and it cannot be bigger than the one who conjured it. They can also write/read other objects that are for non-combative purposes
  2. Children of Mnemosyne can launch orbs of ink which burst upon striking the target, temporarily obscuring their vision. They can only launch three orbs of ink at a time.


  1. Children of Mnemosyne have the ability to write/read a shield of pure energy, roughly two to three times the size of the user, which will blunt most attacks but slow the movement of the conjurer.
  2. Children of Mnemosyne have the ability to revert time around them for a short duration in order to dodge an attack that was unforeseen. After doing so, this ability cannot be used for a while.


  1. Children of Mnemosyne gain memory of the contents of any written text - such as a book or a webpage - as soon as they lay eyes on it. They would still have to learn what it all means, however.
  2. Children of Mnemosyne have an eidetic memory and can remember every detail of a previous fight with an opponent.
  3. Children of Mnemosyne can see a few seconds into the future; allowing them to possibly predict the actions of others, but also obscuring their sight at times.


  1. Children of Mnemosyne are able to force everyone around them within a 10-meter radius to remember and dwell on an event from their past that emulates a certain emotion from the affected. The child of Mnemosyne can choose which emotion they would like their targets to feel, be it anger, sadness, happiness, ecstasy or anything in or ecstasy. The user cannot hold the targets under their control for more than a few minutes, and the effects of the power can cause those around them to become positive and motivated from their happy memory
  2. Children of Mnemosyne can use descriptive insults used both against themselves and their opponents to gain a temporary boost in speed and strength. The longer they maintain this boost, the more energy is drained.
  3. Children of Mnemosyne can read/write wings into existence. This enables them to fly; the longer they maintain this state, the more energy it drains. They must rest between flights and cannot make long distance traveling without resting often. However the wings are vulnerable to injuries and magic; they can also be customized to the user’s preference.
  4. Children of Mnemosyne have the ability to travel back and forth in time, but they are unable to interact with or change past events they are only able to see the events play out. When they go forward in time they only see “possible” futures, that does not mean those future events will come to pass.
  5. Children of Mnemosyne can view the memories of another person that they can see, in real time. They may struggle to zero in on specific memories, however, and the target can notice and resist them if they are too forceful.

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Mnemosyne can temporarily rewrite details about the battlefield they are fighting on in order to alter it and gain an advantage over their opponent. This could include things like temporarily eliminating the shadows on a battlefield if they are fighting a child of Nyx or temporarily drying up the water if they are fighting a child of Poseidon. The change takes effect gradually and only lasts for a moderate time. The more complicated the wording of the change, and the less clear their description of it is, the more the user is drained.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Mnemosyne can manifest a person or creature from any book in order to temporarily fight alongside them. The manifestation cannot be larger than 2-3 the size of the user and will dissipate after a short time. The person cannot be overly powerful and the user will have a hard time moving while the manifestation is in place.

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Mnemosyne can morph into a state of pure imagination. This grants them flight, receive enhancement in some of their abilities (Offensive 1, Defensive 1, 3 Month and 6 Month) and invulnerability to attacks. This effect only lasts for a short time, leaving the user extremely drained and temporarily unable to move afterward.


  1. Children of Mnemosyne typically have excellent memories, unable to forget details from their past and are therefore immune to the effects of amnesia and other memory-related illnesses.
  2. Though most demigods struggle with dyslexia, children of Mnemosyne usually do so to a lesser extent because their mother is the goddess of the written word.
  3. Children of Mnemosyne can normally learn and decipher other languages incredibly easy. Ex: Hearing a woman speak Chinese would mean the user could somewhat understand even if they never heard the language before. If they then have a lengthy conversation with the woman in Chinese, they’d be considered fluent in the language afterward.
  4. Children of Mnemosyne often grow up to become great authors, English teachers, and historians.

Owned by: James ~ Posted on: {{{2}}}


Adelaide: It was odd to see Adelaide out early in the morning, because she knew the night was darkest before morning, but she was still out. She was out by the forest, watching a baby deer and its mother eating.

Callista: Callista had just left the infirmary. Without permission, of course. She balanced on the tree's branches, watching the forest below her.

Adelaide: Adelaide heard movement above her and, without looking up, saw a girl in the trees. "What are you doing up there?" Adelaide yelled out to the girl, scaring the deer.

Callista: She looked down, seeing a girl. "Oh, well, I'm hiding," she smiled, jumping to a lower branch. "Now, what are you doing?"

Adelaide: "I was watching a deer and her baby until I called out to you."

Callista: "Ah. That's nice. You wouldn't know where they take iPods here, do you? Someone took mine from my pocket..." she climbed down the tree, masterfully scaling the large trunk to the forest floor.

Adelaide: "I don't know really. I've never had one, only a laptop and a few DVDs. Maybe go up to the Big House and ask?"

Callista: She tilted her head, confused. "Big House? Where is that...?" Callista was new here, and didn't know her way around properly. She had only just escaped from the infirmary.

Adelaide: "Big house that is blue. I could show you the way if you want. You won't have to worry about a 9 year old getting you lost because of my mom, I can never really get lost."

Callista: Her mom....? "Um, sure. I'm assuming your mom is.. how do I say this... like mine?"

Adelaide: "If your mom is a goddess then yes. If you mean the women I saw as my mom, my step mom, then she was like us." Adelaide started kicking the ground, making a small hole.

Callista: "I'm talking about goddesses. My aunt told me about it. My mother is Demetia," Completely confident with her answer, she smiles.

Adelaide: "Demeter." Adelaide corrected. "My mom is Ariadne, which makes you like my second cousin."

Callista: "Oh! That's right. I'm not good with names," she laughs. "That's cool. Though I suspect everyone here is related in a way. "

Adelaide: "Everyone is." Blake laughed. "The gods' family is really confusing. Like every kid of Zeus is my great uncles and aunties, while all the Hephaestus kids are my aunties and uncles because of my dad."

Callista: She blinks. "I saw a couple of kids kissing earlier beside a tree. Thats not like, bad or anything?"

Adelaide: "I'm only 9 so I think it is bad anyway. My parents did say if they were half siblings, with the same godly parent, then it is."

Callista: "Oh," she replies. "Makes sense. Do you mind showing me the way to the Big House, now?" she asks, rubbing the back of her neck.

Adelaide: "Let's go then." Adelaide said starting to walk off. "You never told me your name, by the way."

Callista: "Oh! I'm Callista Butler," she says. She looks around her, taking in as much of the scenery as possible. She was beginning to like her new surroundings. "What about yours?"

Adelaide: Adelaide could see Callista looking around, making her smile. "My name's Adelaide Lucus."

Callista: "That's a pretty name," she says. "I hope my iPod is there. I miss my music playlist already."

Adelaide: "I bet it is. They took my laptop away for a little bit until I told them my dad made it safe, so if they do try to keep it, I'll ask them if they can send it to my dad to make sure it is safe."

Callista: "Make it safe? What do you mean by that?" she asked, confused. Her iPod wasn't dangerous. Nor was she hiding a bomb in it or anything.

Adelaide: "Things with internet connection make monsters find us easier. My parents learnt how to beat that."

Callista: "That's weird, and thanks for the offer. I'd love that," she smiled. "Do you listen to music?"

Adelaide: "I'm only little so the music I listen to has been filtered by my parents so there isn't anything a 9 year old should hear, so my music is very boring."

Callista: "Poor child. There's a vast universe waiting for you. Maybe I'll let you listen to some of mine sometime. Your parents aren't here, after all, I assume," she says with a laugh. 

Adelaide: "They aren't but they will find out. My dad is that good with computers it is annoying and my mom is super smart so I can never find out how to beat them with my laptop."

Callista: "That's too bad. Oh well," she says, looking around her again. Her eyes land on a large blue house. "I'm assuming that is our destination?" she asks.

Adelaide: She saw the Big House diagonally from her, actually looking at it. "Yeah it is. Let's just hope they have your Ipod."

Callista: She nods in agreement, walking towards it with a little skip in her step. The Big House was a little less blue as she got closer. The blue paint was peeling off in places, and she could tell some of the wood was rotten. It was either an old home or just not well kept.

Adelaide: She had always found the look of the Big House disgusting. "We are children of gods, you think we would be able to make a decent looking house."

Callista: "Well. It's not necessarily revolting to me. I like old things," she said. "Then again, I was raised in an old volkswagon van. From the 80's." she laughed.

Adelaide: "I don't know what that is but the 80's makes me think it is old. I even think before 2008 is old."

Callista: "Maybe you don't want to know, because it shakes and rattles every bump we hit, and the seats are an ugly green color. But the paint job is nice,"

Adelaide: "That makes the car my parents sound like the best car in the world."

Callista: "Oh come on! Everyone loves the van," she laughs as they reach the porch of the house. "You can go in first,"

Adelaide: "I don't even know what the van is." Adelaide said opening the door. "Age before beauty." Adelaide tried to let Callista go in first.

Callista: "I'll show you a picture later." She took Adelaide's offer, stepping inside the House first. 

Adelaide: "I am seriously imaging it as a green box with wheels." Adelaide said as she followed Callista into the Big House. "They normal keep all the tech stuff in the study up stairs."

Callista: "Um, to be honest, it's very much like a box," she said. She walked upstairs, of course taking the time at least to study the house and it's decor.

Adelaide: "I just imagine it as one. Callista, I got one question for you, how old are you?"

Callista: "I just turned 11 a few days ago. What about you?" She looks at Adelaide. 

Adelaide: "Still the youngest around. I said my age heaps, I'm 9."

Callista: "Aw. Being young isn't bad. It just means you'll live the longest," she said, laughing a bit. "My aunt taught me that."

Adelaide: "Was that before or after she told you that you're mom is a Greek goddess?" Adelaide tried to make that sound like a joke but it came off as rude.

Callista: "Uh, before," she said. "She tried to make us see the bright side of everything. I guess it rubbed off," she smiles at Adelaide, blowing off the rudeness as no big deal.

Adelaide: "You do know most demigods don't live very long?" Adelaide asked. "Like every demigod in ancient times only lived into their late 20's."

Callista: "Late 20's? That's far too short!" she said. "What about today? Surely we live longer now,"

Adelaide: "We still have monsters, which is why most of us die young. Sometimes demigods get lucky and live long enough have kids, which is basically what I am, but kind of a failed attempt cause my mom couldn't have kids."

Callista: "I'm sorry," she says, sighing. "I don't like the idea of dying. I'm too happy with living."

Adelaide: Adelaide gave Callista a weird look. "Why are you sorry? I look exactly like if my mom and dad had kids anyway. I don't think anyone likes the idea of dying."

Callista: She blushes. "Oh okay. I read that as a moment to gove sympathy. Just ignore it," she replies, blinking. "Where is the study?"

Adelaide: Adelaide tried to remember her way around the Big House, which wasn't very hard. "Just down the hall, on the left." Adelaide said, getting in front of Callista

Callista: She follows Adelaide, eager to see her precious iPod again. "I can hear the music already," she laughs.

Adelaide: "I was like that too with my laptop." Adelaide said as they came to the door of the study and she opened it. "If we do get in trouble, which probably won't happen, I could make a labyrinth and get us out quickly."

Callista: "Alright," she starts to hum a tune, from TOP's Air Catcher. "So exciting! I did a lot of this at school. Got all the pudding for myself."

Adelaide: "I mostly tried to get good at reading and make sure other people didn't get lost." Adelaide said seeing an Ipod on a desk.

Callista: She shrugs. "I can do all that. I just like to learn outdoors. I used to steal books and stuff and read them outside, where I was content." she explained as she grabbed her iPod, kissing it. "Oh, I missed you so much,"

Adelaide: "I'm really dyslexic so I was always trying." Adelaide smiled when she saw Callista kiss her Ipod. "So you ready to get out of here?"

Callista: She nods. "Let's go! I'm sort of dyslexic when it comes to giant paragraphs and small sized text. I'm just very ADHD." She skips out of the room, going back downstairs.

Adelaide: "She's more then a kid than me." Adelaide said to herself as she followed Callista out. "SO where do you want to go next?"

Callista: "Anywhere," she replies. "This is my first day here. Of course, we can go back for my brother. He's probably still in the infirmary, unless he broke out too."

Adelaide: "Is your brother the same age as you or are you two different ages?"

Callista: "We're twins, except he's 17 minutes older. He doesn't act much older, though." She walks outdoors and leads the way. "I remember, the infirmary is this way," she points.

Adelaide: "Is having a twin any good?" Adelaide asked before she moved Callista's hand to where the infirmary actually is. "Close but not quiet there."

Callista: "Good enough! Having a twin is plenty fun. Besides, I love him." She starts walking towards the direction of the infirmary.

Adelaide: "Closet I've got to a twin is my half siblings because like I said, my mom couldn't have any kids." Adelaide followed Callista.

Callista: "Any siblings make me happy. I'll love them all. Unless, of course, they try and harass me or my brother." They reach the infirmary, and she scales the tree beside a second floor window. "Yea, he's still in there." She knocks loudly on the window.

Lennon: He turns, looking at Callista. He walks across the room and opens the window, blinking. "What?"

Adelaide: "He won't be for long." Adelaide said as she made where she was standing and most of the Infirmary into a Labyrinth. Adelaide teleported through her creation to where Lennon was, grabbing hold of him them teleporting back to where she was standing before, all before she turned everything back and stumbled a little bit from a lot of her energy being used

Lennon: "Thanks." He brushes off his t-shirt. "So this is the place Aunt was talking about?"

Callista: She nods, jumping down from the tree. "Camp Half Blood. The name is everywhere. It's like a brand."

Adelaide: "Hi, you must be Callista's brother. I'm her new friend, Adelaide."

Lennon: He nods. "That's cool," He said, while walking away. "I think I'll be in the forest for now,"

Callista: "Okay Lennon," she whispers, kind of loudly, to Adelaide. "He's kind of anti-social. He only likes to be with the trees," she explains.

Adelaide: "Doesn't bother me. I don't really like and trust boys and haven't since kindergarten." Adelaide said, while watching Lennon walk away

Lennon: He pays no attention to them, and walks into the woods, then sits beside a tree. His eyes close, and he appears to be resting.

Callista: She starts to follow him. "We might as well keep him company~" she says, smiling.

Adelaide: "Why do we? You just said he likes to only be with trees." Adelaide followed Callista.

Callista: "First of all, because I love him; second of all, because I want to annoy him a bit. Though he doesn't find me annoying."

Adelaide: Adelaide smiled mischievously, getting what Callista meant. "Annoying is what I have been told is what I'm good at."

Callista: "Really? I dare you to try and annoy Lennon. Don't harass him though. I don't wanna hurt his feelings," she says.

Adelaide: "There is a fine line between harass and annoy." Adelaide said as she walked over to Lennon. "How's it going, Lennon?"

Lennon: He opens one eye. "I'm talkng to the tree, and he says it's rude to interrupt." He closes his eye again.

Adelaide: "But I can't talk to trees so I don't know when he is talking or not."

Lennon: "You don't have to. I'm the translator," he says, the goes silent, as if he's listening. "The tree says you need to respect privacy."

Callista: "Oh Lennon! Don't be rude!" she scolds.

Adelaide: "I do. I'm not asking you my normal question I ask boys, which is do you like girls because I know a girl that is nice, but you're much younger than her so the question would be useless."

Lennon: He takes a long look up and down the girl, mostly out of shock. "Well, I guess I'll answer it anyway, because it's a simple no," he said. "And I'll look into getting myself a date, thank you,"

Adelaide: "Then I know a boy that's into boys. Actually two but they are both older than you so, even if you did want my help, you trying to go out with them would of looked weird."

Callista: "They sound interesting. And it depends on how much older. A couple years isn't a very big gap,"

Lennon: He sighs, clearly a little put off. "Again, I can get my own date," he closes his eyes again, talking with the tree.

Adelaide: "You two are 11 so" Adelaide had to count on her fingers, taking her a while, "Around about 5 years older, maybe 6." Adelaide said as she walked over to Callista. "He's not good with jokes is he?"

Callista: "Not really. He just likes to chill," she replies. "And 5 or 6 might be a little bit of a stretch."

Adelaide: "Yeah. Everyone here is almost an adult, while we aren't even teenagers."

Callista: "Oh, us poor, young, lost souls!" she dramactisizes. She walks over to Lennon and sits beside him.

Lennon: He pats Callitsa's head as he sits beside her, like a loving brother should.

Adelaide: Adelaide keeps standing up, tempted to get her sword and practice with it on a few trees but she realized her new friends wouldn't like that. "Besides talking to plants, what do you two do for fun?"

Callista: "Well, I like to listen to music, of course. I do enjoy traveling, though."

Lennon: He shrugs. "Not much."

Adelaide: "Callista seems to be the kind of fun one out of you two. I bet you two wouldn't even practice fighting for fun."

Callista: "Well, maybe. We haven't ever had to fight before, and me and Lennon don't fight like normal siblings would, to be honest."

Adelaide: "I haven't really either but training helps. My parents always taught me that in a world with monsters always trying to hurt you, training is the best thing you can to do."

Callista: "I'd love to learn. As of right now, I'm carrying around weapons I don't even know how to use. "

Adelaide: "I could show you but I would just need to get my weapons so I'll go get them." Adelaide said before she rushed off to her cabin and grabbed her backpack that held her sword and knife. "So what kind of weapons do you use Callista?"

Callista: "A pair of daggers. Lennon uses a sword."

Adelaide: Adelaide grabbed out her knife, it coming out in the form of a curved, 9 inch fighting knife. "Then let's see what you got."

Callista: She blinks, staring at her knife. "Are you crazy?"

Adelaide: "Nope, I'm just a demigod. My parents started teaching me when I was 6 so, me fighting you isn't crazy."

Callista: "I haven't been taught at all!"

Adelaide: "Then fighting me will help."

Callista: She sighs, taking out her daggers, which were strapped to her thighs in a sheathe. "I barely know how to use them," she complains.

Adelaide: "And I've never used my knife in this form so we are even. Lennon, if you think I'm beating your sister up to much, feel free to tag her out."

Lennon: "Right."

Callista: "You're okay with this?!" she looks at her brother, shocked. "I nearly died the last time I used these!"

Adelaide: "He's such a nice brother isn't he?" Adelaide said before she used her speed, running behind Callista, hitting her back as hard as she could, which wasn't very, with the knife's handle.

Callista: She gasps, turning quickly to face Adelaide. "H- Hey! I never agreed to this!" she says, but she knows she has no choice. She gets into position, now on guard.

Adelaide: "I'm teaching you and you kind of did." Adelaide said before she made Callista feel lost, using that as an advantage, running around Callista once again and hitting her the same way she did before.

Callista: She blinks, then yelps as she's hit. "Stop with the voodoo magic! Not fair!"

Adelaide: "Life isn't fair. If you want it to be fair, use your powers." Adelaide said as she created string and started running around Callista as quickly as she could.

Callista: "Fine then," she said, cutting up her string with her dagger. "Then you have to come into my territory!" She races over to a tree, and starts to climb up it, disappearing into the branches above.

Adelaide: "Everywhere is my territory." Adelaide said as she followed Callista up the tree

Callista: "Oh really? My turn." As she was on a pine tree, she touched the trunk with her palm, sap envolping Adelaide's hands and feet.

Adelaide: Her hands got stuck onto the tree from the sap. Adelaide just groaned and made the area into a labyrinth, the tree disappearing and both girls dropping to the ground, making the maze rise its floor to catch them then lower it and involving Lennon. "Now welcome to my territory." Adelaide said as she made the maze in front of Lennon lope around to behind Callosta

Callista: Panting, she looks around. "How am I already so tired...?" The maze led her right to her brother, so she went to him. "What do we do?"

Lennon: He pouts. "My treeee...."

Adelaide: Adelaide teleported to the centre of her maze. "You come and find me." Adelaide said, using her control over the maze to amplify her voice. Adelaide made a fork in the maze in front of Callista and Lennon, the left lead to back behind them and the right went ever so closer towards the centre.

Callista: She pauses to think. "I wonder how long she can keep this up. Lennon, you go ahead and go right." She takes a left, walking through different parts of the maze.

Lennon: He sighs, taking the right. "I didn't ask for this," he grumbles.

Adelaide: She could feel her energy draining but kept the maze up. "You kind of did." Adelaide said to Lennon, feeling him get closer, only to make him think that the maze was slopping down while closing off the passage he just walked through, while Callista was just walking around in circles

Lennon: He grabs hold of the maze wall, tryihg to keep standing as he falls. "I only gave you consent to fight my sister, actually!"

Callista: "Well this is just annoying! It'll take ages to find you!"

Adelaide: "You did agree to fight me though if I was beating up her though." Adelaide said to Lennon before she teleported to Callista, opening up many pathways and ran down the one that lead to Lennon.

Callista: Gasping as she sees the openeings, she runs into one.

Lennon: Still holding onto the wall, he looks around for another hand hold.

Adelaide: These two are horrible at mazes. Adelaide thought before she made everything turn back to normal, falling unconscious to the ground once she did.

Callista: She blinks as the maze aeound her disappears, and looks around herself. She walked over to the unconscious Adelaide and touches her cheek. "Hello?"

Adelaide: Adelaide was still unconscious when Callista touched her cheek

Callista: "Um, what should we do...?"

Lennon: "We could leave her," he says nonchalantly.

Adelaide: She groaned.

Callista: "IT'S ALIVE..!!!"

Lennon: He shakes his head in what seems to be disappointment. "Adelaide?" He calls for her.

Adelaide: "Mommy, I don't want to get up." Adelaide said, in a dazed tone but almost fully conscious.

Callista: "Um, I'll take her to.... someone. I dont want to be put back in the infirmary. You stay here Lennon." She says as she puts her hands under Adelaide's arms and drags her off.

Lennon: Sighing, he sits back under a tree, watching Callista drag Adelaide off.

A gay being hit on by a genderfluid

Ari: Ari was holding Bri's hand, literally dragging her twin through the camp. She wanted to explore the forest but didn't want to do it without Bri.

Bri: Ari dragged her through the camp, and Bri gladly followed. She was taking in her new surroundings, as best as she could. Ari wanted to see the woods, which was fine with her, just maybe slow the pace a bit. She wasn't exactly an Olympic runner.

Ari: "You ok, fat ass?" Ari asked, not even slowing down.

Bri: "I'm fine.... just haven't.... ran this much..... since we went.... to the mall that one time," she gasped, speaking in between breaths.

Ari: She soon started feeling tired so she stopped. "Was that when I flirted with every girl I saw?"

Bri: "Correct," she responded, panting. "Try not to do that here, okay? Just rein yourself in as much as possible,"

Ari: "Don't think I can promise you that, sis. There are literally children of love gods and goddesses."

Bri: She sighs. "Well, at least try to limit yourself. I can't be running all over this place. I'd run out of oxygen."

Ari: "Same as what I said before. I still have some things that you gave me before we came here though." Ari said as she slightly pulled a condom out of her jacket packet.

Bri: "Yeah, but we'll run out of them someday, and when we do it'll be hard to get more." She replied. "Just pick a couple of favorites if you must."

Ari: "When we run out, we'll probably 16. Everyone's my favourite, sis, so that is not happening."

Bri: She sighs again. "I'll see if anyone sells them, then." She walks with her to the edge of the woods, peering in. "I hope there are no mosquitoes."

Ari: "It is summer and we are in a forest. I think there will be mosquitoes. Do you have a paper and pen cause I want to make bug spray in case?"

Bri: She nods. "Of course I do. What kind of sister would I be if I came unprepared..." she said, taking out the pen and paper from her skirt pocket; handing it to Ari.

Ari: She takes the paper and pen and writes bug spray on it, using her powers to write it into existence. The can of bug spray appeared right next to them, Ari not picking it up because she was getting over the strain of using her powers.

Bri: She bent down and picked it up, shaking it a bit before starting to spray down Ari and herself with it. "There."

Ari: "Thanks, big sis." Ari said as she put the pen and paper in her jacket pocket that didn't hold a condom. "So you ready to go in?" Ari giggled a little. "I thought I would never say that to anyone I'm related to ever again."

Bri: She sighs at Ari's joke, brushing it off. "Yeah, let's go. Maybe we can see a deer or a bird or a bunny," she added.

Ari: "I think a bird is a giving." Ari said as she grabbed Bri's hand once again and lead her sister into the forest.

Bri: She skipped alongside Ari, glancing around as they go in. "The trees are so big in here," she says.

Ari: "Bigger than the ones back in Canada." Ari said as she looked up at the trees

Bri: She runs over to a particularily large one, putting her arms around it. "I can't even reach halfway around it! It's like a fairytale tree."

Ari: "I felt the same way with Hugo." Ari said under her breath and she walked over towards the tree Bri ran too.

Bri: "Ariiii! Try to reach my hands," she said, stretching them as far around the tree as possible. "We can hug it together,"

Ari: "And now this is probably becoming Hugo's dream." Ari said really quietly but with a smile on her face as she wrapped her arms around the tree, just touching Bri's fingertips.

Bri: She smiles. "We just barely touch," she says.

Lennon: Lennon turned his head towards the voices. These girls are so annoying, he heard in his head. Getting up, he walked to the tree that had spoken and looked at the two girls- identical twins- hugging it. "Hey," he called out to them. "You're pissing off the tree,"

Ari: "Either the tree is big or we are small." Ari said with a massive smile. When she heard a boy's voice, Ari stopped hugging the tree, and looked for the boy that yelled at them. "How do you know we are pissing off the tree?"

Bri: "Yea. We're just hugging it," she said back to him, climbing down and brushing the little bits of dirt that got on her clothes.

Lennon: He rolls his eyes slightly. "I can hear it talk. You're annoying it."

Ari: "So the tree doesn't like two girls hugging it? I wouldn't be surprised from a piece of wood that is stiff all day to not like that."

Lennon: "It's an old tree. It likes to be alone. The least you could do was go away from it." He retorts. 

Ari: "Least I could do is kiss it, which for me is the best thing I would do to a stiff piece of wood."

Lennon: He glares. "Just leave it alone, okay?"

Ari: "One last thing." Ari says before she goes over to the tree and kisses it. "Regret doing that." Ari said as she tried to get the bark off her tongue and lips

Lennon: He watches her kiss the tree, then sighs. "The tree is cussing you out right now."

Bri: "Ari, be nice to the tree," she says, almost in a scolding voice.

Ari: "I am being nice, Bri. Not my fault the tree is as straight as a bent pole."

Lennon: "Go back to the camp if you can't be respectful to the trees." 

Bri: "Ari, just listen to what he says. It's best for us and the tree. The tree might learn to walk," she says, twirling a bit of her hair.

Ari: "If the trees don't like me kissing them, then they can tell me themselves. I know some of these trees have spirits in them so if they didn't like me and my sister showing affection to them, they should say it to our faces."

Lennon: He sighs, knowing he's not going to get anywhere with this stick in the mud. He turns to walk away rather than reply and continue an arguement that was wasting his time.

Bri: "Ariii, you made him angry." She says, as Lennon walks away. 

Ari: "I'll fix it, don't you worry. Just give me a sec." Ari said as she fixed her tank top, to reveal more of her chest. She ran to catch up with Lennon. "I never got to introduce myself. I'm Ari."

Lennon: He turns to look at her. "I'm Lennon."

Ari: "Bri's my sister over there, that looks nothing like me." Ari said as a joke as she waved for her sister to come over

Bri: She skipped over, waving. "Hello,"

Lennon: "Hi," he replied. "So you're twins. I have a twin too, but she's not with me right now...." And I totally wish she was. I'm already done with being social. 

Ari: "Yep. Identical twins to be accurate. What's her name?"

Lennon: "Callista. She'd be identical to me if she were a guy."

Ari: For some reason, Ari took that comment personally. "Bri and I are identical on the outside, get a little bit deeper and you find out we aren't." Ari said as he tied up his hair.

Lennon: "Well of course, I knew that. Me and Callista aren't exactly the same personality wise either."

Ari: "Same defiantly goes for us. Isn't that right, sis?"

Bri: "Yep! Pretty much." she says, rocking on her heels.

Ari: He's pretty cute. I wonder if he's into me. Ari thought as he 'accidentally' made the pen fall out of his jacket pocket, bending over near Lennon as he picked.

Lennon: He went to pick it up for her, but stopped awkwardly as she got to the pen first. "Um,"

Ari: He could just imagine the look on Bri's face right now. "Well this is awkward." Ari said as he slipped the pen back in his pocket.

Lennon: He stood up, rubbing the back of his neck. "Yea. It is," he replied.

Ari: "I need to talk to my sister for a few seconds." Ari said before he grabbed Bri's hand and dragged her away from Lennon a bit. "I know I normally don't ask you this, but should I try to go for him?" He asked quietly.

Bri: "Well... we just got here. Maybe you should just take a break," she replies, hoping Ari might agree.

Ari: "Too late, I've flirted with an older girl already."

Bri: She sighs. "If it's inevitable, fine. Just use protection if it gets that far. Also, be back at the cabin at 8, I'm going to read to you tonight." She walks off, after giving Ari's hand a gentle squeeze.

Ari: "You know if I need protection, I'll be gone all night but I'll try to be back by then." Ari said before he quickly rushed over to Bri and gave her a hug before walking back to Lennon. "So, Lennon, who's your godly parent?"

Lennon: "Uh, Callista said Demeter. Goddess of agriculture."

Ari: "My mom's Mnemosyne, Titaness of memory or something like that."

Lennon: He blinks. "Mnemosyne, that's a mouthful."

Ari: "Try saying that four times fast. Get's really hard."

Lennon: He nods. "Seems like it would."

Ari: He bumped Lennon's shoulder with his own. "So how did you think of my sister?"

Lennon: "She seems nice, I guess." He replied, standing a bit farther away after she bumped shoulders with him.

Ari: "Bri is. She's helped me out heaps of times as we grew up. She's basically like my mom sometimes."

Lennon: "That's nice. My sister is just my sister, though."

Ari: "Bet she is helpful though. Why don't we sit down and talk?" Ari said as he sat down on a flat piece of ground

Lennon: "Uh, alright." He sat beside her, playing with his jacket sleeve. 

Ari: "I like your jacket." Ari said, trying to make small talk.

Lennon: "Thanks," he said, trying to keep this talk small.

Ari: Ari slowly moves his hand towards Lennon's leg. "Who got you your's?"

Lennon: "My aunt bought it for me, but I picked it out. We got it from some shop in Las Vegas."

Ari: "This is my first time in America so can you tell me where Las Vegas is?"

Lennon: "Nevada, so the Midwest US. It's a really large and famous city."

Ari: "I've heard of it, just don't know where it is. Canadians don't focus to much on American geography." Ari said as he moved closer to Lennon

Lennon: "Same, as we don't focus much on Canadian geography." Noticing her closeness, he scoots over a bit, his back coming against the trunk of a tree.

Ari: She moves closer to Lennon again, their shoulders touching. "I just know where a few major towns are."

Lennon: Starting to feel uncomfortable, he nods in response.

Ari: He could see that Lennon was uncomfortable but didn't care. Time to make a move. Ari thought before he leaned over and kissed Lennon.

Lennon: Surprised, he pushed her away and gasped, looking at her with almost malice. "What the hell?" He said.

Ari: He moved away from Lennon, with a look of surprise on his face. "I'm guessing you're gay."

Lennon: He looks away a bit sheepishly. "Yea..."

Ari: "Well aren't you lucky. I'm currently a boy." Ari said as he tried to sit on Lennon's lap.

Lennon: "But... you're a girl," he replied, confused. "I only date guys..." he said, trying to keep her off his lap by pulling his knees to his chest. 

Ari: "There is a thing called genderfluid, and I'm that."

Lennon: He looks at her confusedly. "But still.... you're still technically a girl," he said quietly, trying to be polite about the statement.

Ari: "I was born a girl if you want to get on technical. People can become what they want and if I don't always feel like a girl, then that is what happens. I may have all the bits of a girl," He points to his whole body, "But in here," he pointed to his head, "I am a boy."

Lennon: He bites his lip. "Okay, I understand, but...." He messes with his jacket sleeve. I'm so confused. If she- or he's, a boy in the head, but a girl technically, what does that mean for me? He shakes his head, trying to get rid of the confusion. 

Ari: "Right now, you're still as gay as every, so don't worry."

Lennon: "Uh... um, yeah. What should I not worry about?"

Ari: "Me kissing you. You said you're gay and right now I am too so it is gay." Ari said before she tried to kiss Lennon again.

Lennon: For a few moments, he let him kiss him, but then turned his head away. "I don't know..."

Ari: He stopped kissing Lennon, but moved closer to him. "If my boobs are a problem, just don't look down. Concentrate on my face more than my body."

Lennon: He looked into his face, still a bit conflicted about the whole thing.

Ari: He could see the look on Lennon's face as they looked at each other. "Trust me, you'll get use to it." Ari said before he kissed Lennon again.

Lennon: He kissed him a for a while, maybe even enjoying it, but his head still couldn't wrap around it, but this time he kept it to himself.

Ari: Ari took her hair out and just kept kissing Lennon as she did, putting her hand behind his head.

Lennon: His back fell against the tree's trunk as Ari got closer. He broke away from the kiss, gasping for a bit of air.

Ari: Ari moved in front of Lennon, her legs on either side of his body, still kissing Lennon

Lennon: As she sat on his hips, he could feel the doubts in his mind again. He let her kiss him a bit more before breaking away from the kiss again. 

Ari: She got a little disappointed when Lennon broke their kiss. "What's wrong? Feeling my boobs against your body?"

Lennon: "I just. I don't know if I'm comfortable with this."

Ari: "It will get some time getting use to it." Ari said as she leaned over and put her head on Lennon's shoulder.

Lennon: "But, I'm not sure I want to get used to it...." He looks away.

Ari: "Getting use to me will be one of the best things you ever do." Ari says as she starts rubbing his thigh.

Lennon: "Why do you say that?"

Ari: "Because I'm an amazing person once you get to know me."

Lennon: "You think so?" he replies, still messing with his sleeve.

Ari: "I really think so." Ari said before she kissed Lennon's check from where she had her head

Lennon: He blushes a bit, feeling the warmth of her lips on his cheek. "Then... what do you think about me?"

Ari: "I think you're pretty cool. I want to get to know you more so I can find out more about this mysterious boy called Lennon."

Lennon: His blush becomes a bit rosier, and he now lifts his eyes to meet hers. "Alright.."

Ari: "You look so cute right now." Ari said before she went in to kiss Lennon again

Lennon: He lets her kiss him, feeling the butterflies in his stomach get crazier.

Ari: She started to kiss Lennon a bit more passionately, trying to keep for herself from making her normal move on Lennon right now.

Lennon: His hand touches her shoulder, pulling her a bit closer to him.

Bri: Annoyed, she walked back into the forest, retracing her steps. Where did my bracelet go? She thought.

Ari: She breaks the kiss to get some air, with a massive smile on her face. "So how are you liking my kissing skills?"

Lennon: "Um, I'm pretty sure you've practiced, and I think they're pretty good I guess, from my experience. Which is nothing."

Ari: "That is true. Practiced more than you think. You aren't to bad yourself." Ari said before she leaned in again and kissed Lennon again.

Lennon: After kissing her for while, he pulls away, panting. "How long have we been here?"

Bri: Finally spotting her bracelet, she skips over to pick it up. "Ah...." Her head turns when she spots Ari. Surprising. I can't see an inch of skin yet. She stood there for a bit, watching her and Lennon make out, from behind a tree.

Ari: She had to remember back to the last time she saw a clock, which was back in her room, which she thought was probably two hours ago. "I would say 10, maybe 20 minutes, together alone."

Lennon: "It feels like it's been longer."

Ari: "I can't tell time without a clock so it could be. I'm just trying to guess from my memory." Ari said as she moved to sit on Lennon's lap, wrapping her arms around him. "You know I can look into the possible future whenever I want."

Lennon: He shifted a bit, trying to get comfortable. "Really?"

Ari: "Yep. You're lucky I have eidetic memory cause I'm going to do it right now then tell you about it." Ari looked two years into the future and saw her and Lennon arguing. Not wanting to stay there long, she looked 10 years into the future, from now, and saw her and Lennon in a restaurant then she went down on one knee. Interested in that, she looked 1 year from when she was on one knee and saw herself in a wedding dress with Bri right next to her. "Ok, I saw us arguing, me purposing to you and I think it might be our wedding."

Lennon: His face becomes as red as a tomato. "...What?!"He asked, his voice cracking a bit.

Ari: "It is only a possible future meaning this little conversation may have changed our future." Which I hope it hasn't cause I can't wait to the wedding to happen. Ari thought to herself as she looked into the future, the night after their wedding and stayed there watching her and Lennon go at it. When she stopped looking in the future, barely a second had passed.

Lennon: "Um, it's just, you're nice and all, but I was hoping I'd end up with a guy."

Ari: Ari was a little bit offended at being assumed she was a she right now. "And who said I wasn't a guy right now?"

Lennon: He sighs. "This is so complicated,"

Ari: "Complicated but if our future goes the way I saw it, you'll get use to it." Ari said before she kissed Lennon again.

Lennon: He kissed her back. "I guess... I guess I can try."

Ari: "Just think as me as a boy whenever we are together," Ari said before she took off her jacket and went back to kissing Lennon.

Lennon: "Yea....maybe you could cut your hair too, to make it more boyish, I guess," he replied, before kissing her.

Ari: "I don't want to always look like a boy, which is why I have lots of hair ties and a cap that I left back in my cabin , so I can keep my long hair when I want to be a girl." Ari said before he once again tied up his hair.

Lennon: "I see."

Ari: Ari had the temptation to take off his shirt but he didn't know if anyone was around so he stuck with putting his hands in Lennon's shirt on his stomach. "Could we continue this somewhere more private?"

Lennon: His face flushed to the warmth of Ari's hands on him. "Sure.."

Ari: "Is there anywhere private where our twins or anyone won't bother us, that you know of?"

Lennon: "I'm pretty new here, so not really..."

Ari: "I'm new too, that I see why I'm asking you." Ari said as he rubbed Lennon's stomach.

Lennon: "Maybe we can go to a cabin?"

Ari: "My half siblings seem to be more focused on reading than anything else so my cabin would be a good spot, unless you wanted to go somewhere else."

Lennon: He shrugs. "Sure."

Ari: "Then let's go, hot stuff." Ari said as he grabbed Lenno's hand and stood up, pulling Lennon with him.

Lennon: Blushing a bit, he stood up, letting Ari show him where to go.

Ari: He dragged Lennon along to his cabin. "Let's hope my sister is out doing something." Ari said as they started to get closer to the cabin.

Bri: Hearing every word from behind the tree, she decided to leave the two be for now, and come back later.

Lennon: "Same here... my sister wouldn't be fond of you, to be honest."

Ari: "My sister probably likes you, as a friend." Ari opened the door to the Mnemosyne cabin. "Welcome to my home."

Lennon: He looked around the cabin. "This is pretty nice," he commented.

Ari: "Just wait until you see my room." Ari smiled seductively as he took Lennon over to her room. "I just need to make sure Bri doesn't come in." Ari grabbed the pen and paper and just wrote, "Lennon", hoping Bri would get the message and out.

Lennon: He ran his hands through his hair, a bit nervous. "Okay..."

Ari: She could see that Lennon was nervous and went over to hug him. "If you're still nervous about me, then we don't have to do anything if you don't want."

Lennon: He looks down. He didn't want to disappoint Ari, but he felt- uncomfortable. Maybe it was the whole thing about her- wait, him- being a technical girl.

Ari: Ari put her hand on Lennon's chin, pushing his head up to look at her. "I won't tell you what I am right now to make it a little bit easier for you."

Lennon: "Ah...... alright." He looked at her in the eyes, his face flushed. "I'm ready, then..."

Ari: "Ready for not having sex with me, right?" Ari said as she opened her door and waited for Lennon to enter.

Lennon: He could feel face get warmer. "I've never done anything like this before... that's all..."

Ari: "So you've never been alone with someone that isn't related to you and likes you as more than a friend?" Ari said, trying not to laugh.

Lennon: He shakes his head. "I didn't see people much.... I've lived in a camper all my life and pretty much out in the woods alone."

Ari: "While you got that, I was spending time with my sister and father that I hate in good old Quebec."

Lennon: He plays with his jacket sleeve. "I've never been to Quebec. Mostly cuz my aunt didn't want to get passports."

Ari: "Is your aunt like 60 and hated travelling? I can't really judge though because we stayed in Canada until my dad went to jail."

Lennon: "Actually, she's 32 and lives for traveling. She just didn't want to pay for it. And god.... what's your dad in jail for..?"

Ari: "Just having sex with a minor, blackmail and I think child abuse if I heard correctly, which I think I am cause they all happened to me." Ari said cheerfully.

Lennon: "Oh.... Ari.. I'm sorry."

Ari: "No need to be because all that happened resulted into the person you're talking too."

Lennon: He thought for a bit. Is that good or bad...? Shaking it off, he rubbed the back of his neck. "I see."

Ari: "What is your last name, Lennon?"

Lennon: "It's Butler. Nothing special. Why do you ask?"

Ari: Ari giggled as she remembered when she looked into the current future. "Just curious." Ari said before she leaned forward and kissed Lennon once again.

Lennon: He closed his eyes as she put her lips against his. After a while, he sat back a bit, looking into her eyes. "Then what's your last name?" He asked.

Ari: Ari leanded her forehead onto Lennon's. "Nersia."

Lennon: "That's a lot prettier sounding than mine," he said with a sigh.

Ari: "Now you know how I feel about my first name. Everyone's first names sounds so much better than Rihanna."

Lennon: "I like Rihanna. It's kinda got a bit of spunk to it."

Ari: "I don't like it though. Sounds to girly and reminds me of the singer. While your name sounds so nice."

Lennon: "It's not too bad. I'm named after a singer too. John Lennon."

Ari: "I wasn't named after a singer. My dad named me after a character in one of his novels. I like John Lennon though."

Lennon: He shrugs a bit. "He's okay, not my type. My aunt loves him though."

Ari: "But I'm your type though." Ari said before she pushed Lennon onto her bed then started to kiss him again.

Lennon: He let her kiss him for while, enjoying the feeling.

Callista: Along with Bri, she raced towards the Mneysome (sorry ik i spelt that wrong) cabin, her face heated from anger. Upon reaching the cabin, she burst down the door, only to find Lennon kissing Ari passionately.

Ari: Ari didn't notice Bri and Callista burst into the room and just kept kissing Lennon.

Callista: She lets out a breath. "...Lennon?!?!"

Lennon: Startled, he sits up, his face instantly turning red. "Callista.." he says extremely sheepishly.

Ari: Ari sees Bri and starts to wave. "Not the first time I've been caught by someone's sibling." Ari said to Bri.

Bri: She laughs slightly, scratching her cheek. "Ari, she's really REALLY angry..."

Callista: "Damn right I am...." She marches over to Ari and Lennon, slapping Ari's face. "HOW dare you think you can just touch my brother like that?? Don't you realize how old you are? I'll mess you up so badly that you won't EVER get anyone into your bed again, you hear me?!? Leave Lennon alone, he's gay, and no matter what gender you are, he can't be with you!" Seething, she takes Lennon's hand and pulls him close to herself.

Lennon: He looks down as he listens to Callista's words, staying silent.

Ari: Ari starts to cry from the slap but stops crying to stop herself from looking weak. "HOW DARE I? You don't realize he was kissing me back. You're not the boss of him and if he wants to be with me, he can." Ari yelled, holding back to urge to make everyone dwell on horrible events in their past.

Callista: "My aunt told me to protect him, and so I am! Don't think because I turn around for a second he's yours to tramp around on! He's too young to be doing this, we're only eleven! Don't you know what underage sex is, damn it? If anything else had happened don't you know what position we'd be in?? We've just got in middle school!"

Ari: Ari turned to Bri. "Bri, get out of here before I do something and make you see dad again." Ari said softly before she turned back to Callista. "That term was thrown out my window a long time ago. You are so dense, not realizing that Lennon seemed to be enjoying what was happening and if we did get any further, I'm always prepared."

Bri: "Ari.... maybe you should let this go..." 

Callista: "I'm not dense. Just because that's been thrown away for you, doesn't mean it's the same for us! And I know damn well you're just manipulating him. Can't always be a guy huh? How convenient. You can't date him as a girl, only a guy!"

Ari: "You don't know nothing about my life and how I am but now you're going to get it." Ari said as she reached for her sword.

Callista: She reaches for the hilt of her daggers as Ari grabs her sword.

Lennon: He watched the two girls go for their weapons. "Guys, please don't do that....." His voice can slightly be heard, mostly as mumbling.

Ari: Ari sighed as she put her sword down. "For you, Lennon, I will. But your sister is lucky you don't want this to happen."

Callista: She glares with extreme malice towards her, not taking her eyes off her. "Lennon, we're leaving." She said as she pulled him away.

Lennon: He followed without saying a word, glancing back at Ari with a sheepish expression.

Ari: Ari stayed where she was and waved to Lennon as he left. "Can you read to me, Bri?"

Bri: She quickly smiles and sits next to Bri, nodding. "What do you want me to read?"

Ari: Ari rest her head on Bri's shoulder. "Anything that doesn't involve love."

Bri: She nods. "Sure." She reaches to the bookshelf, smiling as she finds a copy of Matilda. She sits back next to Ari, and begins to read.


James:So will Lennon make an appearance soon?

Narwhal: Mhm. Let me make his chara bubble

James: I'm setting up Ari and Bri coming in if you didn't know

James: Should we end those three with Callista taking Adelaide away and Lennon left alone?

Narwhal: Sure. Thats what Lennon does anyway lol

Narwhal: That mouthful part may or may not have been intentional

Narwhal: sorry its been so long since a reply, ive been at summer camp

Narwhal: I'm honestly thinking about Callista bursting into the cabin and being so angry at Ari XD "NO ONE TOUCHES MY BROTHER"

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