Calle is a Contest Moderator.


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5 days ago
Current Heatwave! Since yesterday and for the next four days the temperatures rise to 35C. Fun...
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6 days ago
I'm back in action!
8 days ago
Migraine is improving but looking at screens is still not good for me. Replies will be delayed, but I will get back to RP's and PM's. Don't forget to check out the contests <3
9 days ago
Migraine >_< Yesterday looking at my screen made me nauseous, today I was doing okay but my headache is getting worse. RP's are delayed, going to rest again.
13 days ago
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Hello everyone. I'm Dutch, a mother of a 6-year old boy and I love both rp-ing and writing. Since May 2020 I'm one of the contests mods.

I started with writing Dutch stories in 2002, I was already 19 at that time. I joined a writing competition and that got me started. Soon I started to write down all the stories my over-active imagination came up with. I had my first forum rp experience in 2003 on a Dutch fantasy forum. While I continued to write, I stopped rp-ing when the particular rp and forum slowly died. In 2011 my love for rp's rekindled when I joined a site with a forum and I started to RP solely in English since that is the language of the site. This is also when I wrote my first story in English.

I've got a few 1x1 rp's going on this site and a couple more an another site. I've always been a fan of writing competitions and I joined a lot several of the ones that were hosted on this website. Now I get to host them myself and really enjoy that too.

I have a bachelor degree in nutrition and dietetics and I have worked as a dietitian / kitchen administrator in a nursing home until I decided to quit to become a full-time mother + writer.

When you come here to check if I'm online, know that even when I show as online I might not be able to respond to RP's. I open this site so that when I have time I can spend some time here, but I don't always end up with the time to do so.

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Benjamin rolled his eyes when Josh shared his assumption. "What, guys can't have girls as friends?" he muttered under his breath. But he frowned when he called Dia the Fallen Princess; somehow he knew her history. The 'my liege' was equally intriguing.
"I don't know how she got tangable either. I didn't do it. I can only see spirits, which you should have known if you read my file. But as Dia said, we idiots really do have something to do. If you feel like helping you can always help us get into the infirmary."

"They can be loud," Marc said; he wasn't sure how to respond to her other side being malicious or that being around him helped. "We can give it a try and if it's too loud for you we'll go elsewhere." He turned into a street and led the way through this part of the city towards the arcade.
"Humans can be horrible," Michael said. "To other humans or Pokémon." He bent down to scratch Sparky behind the ear. "I never met a horrible Pokémon yet... before Darkrai. And the Spinarak back home can be rather aggressive, no-one really knows why. Uncle did study them for a while and all he could do was confirm they are uncharacteristically aggressive and territorial."

"Of course," Benny said, letting out a happy sound at the petting. Then he flew up. "I think he slept long enough now," he said as he flew towards the rooms to wake up Andy.

"Yeah, no problem," Ethan said and he looked down the corridor. "Mike is over there, with Ben and Steph. You okay though? You slammed into walls and everything. And then you were zapped."
Gaia was definitely sturdy; such a discharge would incapacitate a human, possibly even kill them.

Benjamin sighed in relief when the noise stopped and Gaia seemed to act normal again. "That was intense," he sighed. "I'm glad everyone is okay though."

"Mostly," Mike added, rubbing his side.

Mr. Johnson stared at the female agent, then he closed his eyes and rubbed his temples. Another agent had transformed. What was this? 'Turn into a monster day'?
"Yes, sit down please," he said, gesturing to a chair. "One moment, I need to send some more orders." He texted two more people, the leader of the snipers and the agent who had been in touch with them over the radio when Rose had been abducted. The last one he texted was the guard outside.
*come inside and keep an eye on the monster. One sign of aggression and shoot it*
When that was done he looked at Rose again. "I want to talk about the device we had put onto Gaia, if you recall that. And then we need to talk about that abduction of yours."
Benjamin stepped towards Josh. "And what makes you think it's your business to know? I could be looking for a quiet place where the staff won't interrupt us when we make out." He moved his hand to take Dia's. "The real question is why you pulled Dia away. What do you want from her?"

"Movies will take too long, but we can hang out at an arcade for a bit," Marc said. "There is one not too far from here and there is a restaurant nearby. Not the one I initially wanted to go to, but it's not a bad place to eat." He looked at Sara to see how she felt about it.
It was a change of plans, but he was flexible. In his job he had sudden changes in his shifts or extra shifts, which sometimes meant he had to cancel other plans. It was part of life.
It's august 10th, so we're at 1/3th of our contest.

I have yet to receive entries, but there is plenty of time left.
It's august 10th, so we're at 1/3th of the contest. Looking forward to receiving entries.

If you have any questions feel free to ask.
Ethan examined the device and while he was no tech-head, even he could see that wasn't supposed to be there and it shouldn't be making that sound.
"Nah, you're fine. You shook up Mike a bit, but he'll live. You know you have something on your back?" he asked as he pulled a swiss army knife from his pocket. "I'll see if I can get it loose."

He moved to the device and tried to pry it loose with the knife, careful not to cut into the scales. It took him a moment, but it came loose and once it was in his hand he looked at it, showed it to Gaia and Morrison. Then he dropped it on the ground and stomped on it, hoping that would finally make the device shut up.

Mr. Johnsson kept an eye on everything through the security camera of the hallway. He grumbled to himself that they were losing the device, but at least they learned from this. It worked, but it couldn't deal with electricity. That meant he had to speak with the person who made it and the person who had first tried it out.

That female agent had been part of the initial test, she could shed some light on the case. There was the incident with the cocoon of course, but surely she was up and functional by now. He sent her an order through text message.
*come to my office now*

The same order was sent to the person who had put the device together.
"I don't know yet, but we'll see," Benjamin whispered to Ray as he followed Dia but he stopped when he noticed the male nurse. "What makes you think we're planning anything?" he asked.
He wasn't quite sure what the best way to respond was, but unless he knew more about the direction this conversation was going, he wouldn't admit to anything that could get him into trouble.

"You really don't have to be sorry you were sheltered," Marc said. "It's the people who did the sheltering who were wrong for doing that."
He gave a gentle and reassuring squeeze in her hand. "On the bright side, you have a lot more fun things to try for a first time now. That's an upside, isn't it?"

The mood swings was something he had to keep in mind; that had happened a few times now and he now knew to be careful with his words. It kinda proved for him there was a reason why she was in the asylum, but it wasn't anything proper medication couldn't handle. Still, he wouldn't bring that up. He didn't want it to backfire like it had the first time.

"So, are there any thing you heard about and think will be fun, but never tried before?" he asked her.
"And with Arceus telling you all to stay away from humans, our reputation probably wasn't very good to begin with," Michael said. "I don't really foresee trouble, but Mitch did need a nap."
"You could have asked me if he didn't want to rest," Benny said. "Andy often praises the quality of my sleeping powder." He chuckled. "Unless it wears off too soon. Then he always wants to have a talk about the quality of my powder."

Ethan slowly approached Gaia. "I'm glad you recognise me. Now, I'll have a look at your back," he eyed her tail, "so keep your tail in check."
That sound was annoying, and maybe it affected her more; just like dogs could hear high whistles and didn't deal well with fireworks. But where did it come from? He had seen her gnaw at something. A bug between her scales?
He carefully went around her. "Where is it troubling you?" he asked her.

Morrison shook Harriets hand off his arm, glaring at her. He didn't need an alien who was completely dark and spoke in a weird language touching him.

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