(('kay, so if Gloria and Jake are now retiring to their own romance RP, should I bring in a new charrie?))
(I'll bring in a new character as well.)
Hona got up and went over to the bartender, forcing her to go near the man who's eye she had caught. Looking at the bar girl, she spoke, her soft voice contray to her outward apperance. "A beer for me." Hona did not sit down, not wanting to be near the quiet man.
(Name: Daniel Faith
Nick name: Dan
Age: 18 years old
Looks: Caucasian, average height, skinny, Gorgeous blond hair, beautifal green eyes, wears a white blue shirt with a design on it with a black jacket, Black jeans with a black belt, World Enthies shoes.
Dan walked into the bar noticing people was already there. "Hello." He said with a smile. He then walked over to join the group.
((Name (the one he uses for humans): Alexander Smith
Age: 73 (appearance and personaltiy of an early-twenty-year-old)
Appearance: Yellow, catlike eyes, sharp, chiseled features. Ears slightly pointed, hidden by black hair that seems to never have been combed. Thin, not muscular, very pale skin, tall. Wears the same "Ambercrombie and Fitch" shirt and ragged pair of jeans every day, having no other human clothes.
Personality: Cocky and overconfident, but shy around humans when he can't use much magic for fear of them figuring out he's not a human, either. Used to keeping to himself, lacks social skills.))
Alex walked into the bar awkwardly. Wow, this human smell is even worse than I remember, he thought with a grimace. Well, if he was going to get through this shopping trip, he would need some alcohol to numb it up, and this was the only bar he knew was at least somewhat safe. Eyeing Hona's sword, he felt relief knowing that no one would call authorities while she had that thing around. The bar seemed to be crowded, though, so he took a seat at a small table and hoped some people would leave soon.
Hona's eyes swivled around to the newcomer. Gah, way too many people here... Studding the new person, he seemed... well to put it simply, supcpious. Hona sighed and looked back to the bartender, keeping an eye on the man.
Alex felt a shiver run down his spine when the girl with the sword noticed him. She seemed to suspect something....were his eyes properly disguised? He picked up a metal napikin holder and looked at his reflection. He relaxed when he saw his eyes were still cloaked in generic blue. He made a conscious effort not to look at Hona...Just act casual, he told himself.
Faith noticed a man sitting by himself. He then heard Hona tell the bar tender to keep an eye on the stranger. Faith walked over to the stranger. "Hey." He said.
Alex sat up straight at attention, noticing that someone had approached him. "Um...hello?' he half-asked, not quite sure how to react. "Something wrong?" he questioned, feeling a bit paranoid.
Looks like them people over there don't trust you." Faith said. "I'm Faith." He said.
"How ironic," Alex chuckled. "Strange, though, isn't it? One average young man and one lady weilding a sword, and she finds me suspicious?"
"I agree." Faith said. "Mind if I join you?" He asked.
Warning signals exploded in Alex's brain, but he knew it would be conspicuously uncourteous to decline. "Uh...well, of course!" he tried to say without any disgust in his tone. He gestured to the chair in front of him. "So..what brings you here?" he asked carefully, trying to cover up his awkwardness.
"Boredom, Just trying to have a little bit of fun." Faith said smiling. "And you?" He asked.
"Just...need a drink," he said boredly, glancing elsewhere. Didn't want this human to get too attached.
Hona didn't turn around to watch the two interact, but her ears were finely tuned to the conversation. If that guy gets himself in trouble... I'll have to help. Hona sighed and leaned against the bar, waiting for the bartender.
Faith looked carefully at the other. "You okay. Are you trying to avoid me?" He asked.
Alex turned back to him, startled. Guess he wouldn't be able to shake this guy off without seeming suspicious. "No, no, just...geez, does anyone work here? Been waiting for at least a few minutes..." he hoped this would be a sufficient excuse for his distantness.
Faith smiled. "It's alright if your trying to aviod me. I'm sorry for waisting your time. I'll leave you be." Faith said and got up from the chair.
Good riddance, Alex thought, turning his head away and saying nothing else to Faith. Still, he kept an eye on him, making sure he didn't try anything suspicious. He drummed his fingers impatiently on the table, wondering if he could possibly skip the drink alltogether.