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November 10th, 2017 4:30 pm CST. You let go and I wasn't ready. I'm still not ready. I miss you.
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Ugh...I hate this part. So I'm super into Sailor Moon...which no one else is...and that's okay. I also really love Items, Escaflowne, Vampire Knight, Fushigi Yugi, Ah My Goddess, K Dramas, Chinese and Tiwanise Dramas as well. I torture people by making them read the TV.

Oh this is where I tell you I'm American...and I just lost a few people but oh well. Trust me if I could afford to live overseas I would. So yeah...that's me.

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Uná O’Brian

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Location: Institute

Interaction: Nik @webboysurf

Mentions: Jasper @ViolentViolet; Aya @c3p-0h & Sena @Pilatus




Uná gathered up her things and headed out waving to Aya as she left. Aya was just worried about me. That was what best friends do.Sena wasn't that bad was she? She couldn't be. I felt like she understood me. Like I could talk to her. A connection.

She put her headphones in and switched on her Spotify. The Way You Make Me Feel sounded in her ears as she danced down the hall. As she came up from the split her phone made the noise of a lightsaber turning on which meant that she had a text message.

>Just got out of DR, no plans 2nite. U?<

Uná's heart skipped a beat. She grinned and texted back. >Just gonna hit up Jasper for a favor then I'm free.< Uná thought for a moment and also sent. >Wanna meet me in the game room? Pretty sure that's where she is.<

Uná danced into the game room and pulled out her headphones looking around. Grinning she spotted Jasper's dark hair and slid gracefully over to her.

Kaylee Everose


Charles Gannon












GM Post



The clacking of the keys in the control room was a staccato rhythm as Tabitha panicked. “Oh bollocks!!! Bloody hell Peirce!!! What the devil is the terminate word for her? Leave me in a tight spot where I don’t have the deactivate code!!”

Tabitha watched as the kids passed out one by one. As the last one fell a voice chirped over the com. “Simulation complete. Subjects failed. Purging artificial atmosphere in three, two, one.” There was a pause with a punctuated gust of wind, and the students were all laying on the floor of the Danger Room passed out. “Please indicate next command.

“Oh for fu…dge crackers.” Tabitha pinched the bridge of her nose and sighed. “Save program for use later. State level of program and intended original participants.”

“Level of program is Alpha. Intended participants are Una O’Brian, Nikolai Markov and Heidi Williams.”

Swallowing Tabitha cleared her throat. “Wh-who set those parameters?” Her voice still managed to come out at a bit of a squeak.

“Information is classified.”

“WHAT!?!?!”

“Information is classified.” The voice was slightly louder this time around.

“I heard you the first time. Fine don’t tell me. I’m reporting this to Forge you temperamental brat.” Tabitha shook her head and sighed. “Well done for not being at this level yet though.”

“Recommendation for current participants to start on Gamma level programs.”

“Oh now you bloody well want to be helpful? Fine. Separate programs and section off folders by level. If tailored to a specific student create a folder for each student and file accordingly.”

“Acknowledged. Compiling. Estimated time for task four hours.”

“Fine. Release locks so I can get the students. Shutdown after task is complete.” Tabitha stalked out of the room and gathered up the students with care and transferred them to their specific dorms.
@Christmas ElfThank you!

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When Heidi, one of our heroes, breaks the wax seal on the envelope you all hear the lock on the door engage and a soft hiss fill the air.

The envelope reads in elegant curling script. "Hello students. Congratulations on getting to the second level. In front of you there is a tea service that will be invaluable to you. Good luck to all five of you."

There is a cloying scent of perfume in the air that grows slowly but steadily. There are five cups, on matching saucers around the tea service, which is silver. One cup is thin and delicate, almost transparent. Another is an ombré deep slate blue to a dove gray with clouds painted on it. An antique looking one of decidedly old China rests in front of another seat. A deep green cup veined with brighter green reminds you of a stone from somewhere. And a black one with a strange painted gold pattern stands out amid the others. Unique as the individuals in the room.

The chairs around the table with the tea service are a black velvet with gold embroidered brocade in a fleur de les with dots and longer stitches. They're elegant and sturdy looking. The upholstery is echoed in the two throw pillows on a comfortable looking couch.
@Silver Carrot@Chev@Fallenreaper@ViolentViolet@Brioko Jobe

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As our intrepid and slightly irritated heros are running down the corridor of their choice the noise from above their heads stops. They come upon stairs that lead up to the second floor. Our young motley crew climbs up the eerily silent staircase they soon come across two doors on the landing. One that shows a continuation of the stairs, only the most unobservant would not see the stairs through the slender window. The other door is undecorated save for a scrolled two, 2, carved elegantly into the frame.

Astoundingly the door is unlocked. As our heroes open the door they are treated to a room that looks like someone just left in a hurry. There seems to be a few chairs pushed out of the way quickly.

The room is a teal color with warm wood paneling that goes halfway up the wall. There are five chairs that are upholstered in black and gold boricade designs of fleurs de les and a stop stitch pattern. There is a luxurious couch with crimson, gold and teal throw pillows. The floor is a warm oak color that is carried into the paneling there is a rug on the floor that is marbled with all the colors in the room. The ceiling is a scene of a blonde girl in a blue pinafore looking out over a stream. The scene was very reminiscent of a Thomas Kincade painting.

There is a tea set with five settings. All different.

One is a dainty thin porcelain with ivy painted on it. One looks antique. One looks as if it were made from the lightest thinnest green jade. There are patterned dots and dashes on another beautifully hand painted in a golden paint. And finally a beautiful ombré bright blue to smokey grey teacup.

On the table is a sterling silver tea service and an envelope.

@Chev@Fallenreaper@Silver Carrot@ViolentViolet@Brioko Jobe

Kaylee Everose


The sensation of floating was the first sensation that was discernible to Kaylee. She had the ability to cross the city or farther if she wanted to travel by the Astral Plane. She had read a book series once that involved one of the main characters traveling in dreams much the same way. Funny how she didn’t remember the series or the name of the character. No matter it would come to her later.

Names of characters in a series were not important at the moment. Simply finding the lost sheep was the ultimate goal. Rolling her neck Kaylee let her head lift on a breath that whistled in through her nose in a rush. The back of her mind registered the scents of heat. Enclosed spaces and heat. The sharp scent of hot plastic that could only be solved by rolling the windows down or freezing herself to death. She opted to roll down the windows.

Quickly the sharp scent dissipated and Kaylee noted that she would have to leave the windows cracked more so that she wasn’t greeted by the smell each time. Focusing as she exhaled she let her consciousness go.

Rising on the wave of alternating color like a psychedelic rainbow Kaylee cast herself into the Astral Plane. She’d always found it disconcerting watching her rise to the higher plane. It was different every time which was one reason that she normally shut this part out. Distantly she felt herself turn on the car and the strains of a sultry voice and she was translating the French in her head. The song reminded her of Cole.

Shaking off the thoughts that threatened to bring her out of the Astral Kaylee focused on any lingering traces of colors. Sifting through the miasma that sparkled and swirled she quickly found the trail that two different signatures left going off campus. Damnit. Couldn’t stay on campus and go to your room could you? I should have made you stay with me. I really should have looked at those envelopes before I gave them to you. Damnit Aya.

Following the shifting faint trails Kaylee let her Astral self drift to the mall. Smirking as she spotted her quarry she observed Aya and Charles shopping. Bonding. Perhaps not such a waste. Glancing around Kaylee made a mental note of where the couple were at and reached out to Charles and rolled a little of her color into a ball about the size of a penny. She flattened it and slipped it in his pocket. Astral Marking was a handy little trick that would stay with the boy so that she could concentrate on driving.

She blinked and came back to herself in the car.The sad hopeful notes seeming to hang in the air as Kaylee pushed on a pair of sunglasses on her face. Shaking off the prophetic feeling and frowning as she started up the car and turned toward the mall that she had tracked Charles and Aya to.

~*~*~*~*~*~*~ 15 minutes later ~*~*~*~*~*~*~


Kaylee stood up as she looked around at the parking lot of the mall and sliding to the side she shut her car door. The swish of her high waisted white wide legged slacks lost in the flutter of the hot breeze that came off the pavement. Kaylee’s mouth twisted with the irony of the fact that not many people dressed like she did anymore. If anyone. She’d stand out.

Normally she didn’t care. Rolling her eyes behind her shades Kaylee shrugged her black button down blouse that was tucked into her pants shifted slightly. Her black and white saddle Oxfords tapped across the asphalt with a low steady click.

Singular in her purpose Kaylee failed to notice the full regard she was paid. Her style might have been what some considered out of date but it was striking. Notice was paid but not returned as she felt a pull to the marker that she had placed.

Catching up to the couple and pausing to observe a little Kaylee glanced at her petite watch and shook her head. They didn’t have time to fool around now. She watched as Charles slid a multitude of bills into a wallet. Kaylee almost choked at the quick summation that she did in her head. She needed to get these two back to the Institute. Now.

Walking up to the two Kaylee laid a hand on each of the students shoulders. “The dimensions of your room have changed Ms. Germain. Mr Gannon amazingly detailed construction of your fourth period class. Please do tell me where all the other students are. I would imagine you are brilliant at dioramas. So which of you would like to go first?” Her tone was frosty and dripping with sarcasm.
Dr. Sena Yüksel & Uná O’Brian


Smiling Uná nodded once. "Sounds like something my mom would say. Thank you." She looked around the room. "So what did you come here to drop off?"

Sena stepped back over to her bag and opened it slowly, shifting a few items around before retrieving a small case and placing it on the desk. “This is actually Dr. Ashford’s medication… and part of what I’m involved in developing.” She produced a metallic business card with an embossed logo that matched the case. INDIGO with the letter ‘O’ represented by a symbol. Both items were the same color as the namesake of the company while the card simply read, Dr. Sena Yüksel and a phone number. She handed it to Uná and a slight glimmer of neon light passed around the edges as it changed hands between them. “Keep that with you, it might come in handy and feel free to call me.”

Reaching out Uná took the card willingly watching the light glimmer along the edges. She studied the symbol on the card. "That is really cool. This symbol. It means something… I think. Oh I saw this symbol when we studied Egypt… I think it was in reference to their afterlife."

“Think about what we talked about and look into it,” She said with a hint of mystery in her voice and a gentle smirk as she looked back into her bag. “There is one other thing I have here that maybe you can actually help me with.” In her fingertips was a small device, similar looking to a phone or tablet, but dark and blank, clearly without power. She held it out for Uná to take, but kept her grasp briefly before the young girl could accept it and notice it was just marginally heavier than it appeared. There didn’t seem to be any receptacles for a charger, no corporate logos and each surface was the same smooth polished texture leaving no indication of a front or back. “You have some friends whose mutations relate to technology.” She said letting go of the object. “This is for my own, personal research and I need this to be unlocked. Do you think you could do that?”

Eager to please Uná accepted the device as she turned it over in her hands. "Yes. Jasper would love to get her hands on a puzzle. I'll let her have a look at it. Anything in particular you're looking for? Like how it charges or something like that?"

“Let’s just call it a little bit of…” She had to think for a moment and very innocently touched a finger to her lip as she recalled the terran expression, glancing away thoughtfully. “Corporate espionage.” She said with a sly smile. “Nothing that will get you in trouble, but if you do manage to get inside, call me and I’ll be right over.”

Uná's eyebrows shot up as she looked up from the device to Sena. "Then yeah of course. If it helps you; that helps Dean Ashford and the school, on down to helping the others and me. I'll just tell Jasper that my parents sent it and I let it die and can't remember how to find the charger. I'm good at getting people to underestimate my intelligence."
Uná O’Brian

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Location: Institute

Interaction: Wednesday Sena @Pilatus

Mentions: Nik @webboysurf







Kaylee Everose







@c3p-0h & @Brioko Jobe
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