((Ok, Gwyllgi is a Daeva instead.))
((Like a snake-boy/girl or something like that. Sure go ahead, I'd love to have you! Thanks Sorla. Ohh, and Britt, is it at all possible you could play a male? Almost all of my characters are female. Thanks!))
((Actually Max it looks pretty even XP))
((Yea Ari I guess you're right. So Britt you can do whatever gender you would like :D Hey Sorla, do you know what a Daeva is from the show Supernatural?? Just wondering.))
((When will we be able to start?))
((I guess we can now, since we are just waiting for Britt))
((Yay ^_^ Do you wanna start? Because I suck at starting >.< especially if it's based on a book I've never read... But I think I saw the movie... I think there was like a spider in it or something >.>... maybe I have the wrong story ^_^'))
((Ok then I will!))
Stevie looked at Mr. Crepsley. "So this is what we came for?" She asked. She saw the train, parked in the middle of an abandoned lot. "This is what you wanted to see?" She said, not even trying to hide her disappointment.
((I'm going to asume the train is the circus...))
Ester lightly walked around, not noticing that her toes were the only ones touching the ground. She was silently weeping to herself over her missing brother and found herself near the enterance. She froze when she saw a girl and a strange man headed straight for the circus.
((Yep you assumed correctly.))
Stevie turned around. "Who's she?" She asked, not even trying to whisper.
Ester flinched when the girl noticed her. "I'm- erm... My name is... uh..." She tried to respond to the girl's question but she couldn't seem to get her name out. "Welcome to Cirque Du Freak!" she exclaimed a bit too loudly before hiding behind one of the crates and silently watched the new strangers from there.
Vari frowns, hearing voices. She quickly steps back further into the shadows, hoping not to be noticed. Of course, though, Kache had to spoil that plan.
"Vari, quit trying to become invisible. It's not going to work and you know it. New people, new things to learn, no?" he calls over his shoulder.
"I swear, I will..."
"Kill me one of these days. Yeah. Keep saying that," Kache mutters, rolling his eyes and walking toward the man and the girl with him.
Stevie looked around at these new people. "Gosh, this place must be famous." She said wryly. "I'm Stevie by the way." Mr. Crepsley stood, silent but nodded at Stevie.
((Oh yea and we can powerplay the Ringmaster))
"I'm Kache. The girl over there is Vari," Kache says, waving a hand toward the girl. Vari sighs, sweeping her hair out of her eyes and walking closer, eyeing the newcomers with a hint of distrust.
((I'll post in a second))
Ryan was walking around the area quite bored.He turned his head and saw Mr. Crespley and some new girl and mostly everbody crowding around.Confused Ryan snuck up behind Mr. Crespley."Who is this girl" Ryan asked.
Ester stayed hidden behind the crate and peeped out every once in a while. It seemed like a few of the others were interested in the strangers as well seeing that they were all gathered around them. Ester tried to get a look at the newcomers faces but couldn't see from the angle she was in. She sighed and sunk back behind the crate again before suddenly realizing something. "Wait, why am I the one hiding!?!? Normally it's the other way around, right?" She twisted her hair around her finger, trying to contemplate whether she should go back out there and re-introduce herself, properly. Finally she decided she should at least try so she floated back over to the strangers and landed a few feet away from them. "Um, I'm sorry for hiding suddenly. My name is Ester," she said, fidgeting with her hair.
Mr. Crepsley smirked. "This girl is my new assistant, Stevie." Stevie spun around and bowed, glaring at Ryan. "So you know my mentor." She inquired. She looked around at everyone. "So you all work here?" She asked, looking at the broken-looking train.
"Me? Work?" Vari shudders, rolling her eyes. "Perform, dear."
"Vari, really. Calm down," Kache sighs, shaking his head. "Don't mind her. She's not exactly a people person."
"Yeah. Whatever. You're still a pearson."