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Current Kid: "I can't wait to grow up! I'll finally get treated like a human being!" Adult: "I'm not allowed a sick day despite possibly developing a chest infection?"
5 mos ago
Anyone who says 2D graphics in games can't be stunning has never played Hollow Knight.
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I like video games because effort and perseverance actually get you somewhere, which is more than can be said for real life.
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@Crimson: Doughball doggo is best doggo.
11 mos ago
Psychic/fairy is about as magical as you get. Plus once you're fully evolved and get a mega stone, considering your whole love and justice theme, you're pretty much a classic magical girl or boy.
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@TheNoCoKid Nah I'm cool with Pride, there's something I like about writing characters who struggle against that particular vice.
If you're going with Sloth, I might go with Pride instead. Really hoping this takes off!
@Dragonfly 9 On the subject of power limitations, I feel it's worth mentioning that Nerissa can only manipulate water from the air, lakes, and other inorganic sources, she can't pull the water out of a living being. She'd be able to defeat monsters way too easily otherwise.
Kitty! He's going to have some interesting interactions with Mary and Nerissa, since they don't deal well with bullies.
@Dragonfly 9 Question, do people from Grimm have their powers from birth, or do they also get the vials while in Charm?

Btw I call dibs on the Little Mermaid if that's ok. She's going to be a foil to Crimson's character in that she's also from Grimm, but was sent to Charm much more recently, so still has some adapting to do. I'll be playing up the near-literal "fish out of water" thing.

EDIT: CS is done!

Interested! Looking at the CS and how the hero form works, I see this is essentially a magical girl/boy RP, which is a big plus.
Looks good, I think I'll go with Sloth. That kind of character with a somewhat defeatist attitude (between the demon's influence and cynicism from having lived so long) but who perseveres relentlessly anyway no matter the odds.

Instantly seeing through Harry's denial, Renata gave a light chuckle. "You're a fellow history enthusiast, there's no way you can't know about the Ruinous Quartet. Did you figure out how to find them?" Had he learned the locations of the stakes as well as the tombs? Or was he in the process of doing so? She trailed after him as he rushed out, only to lose sight of him in the crowd milling through the grounds. She didn't even need to check her Rotom phone to know the bell would be ringing soon, the cue for the gathering at the battle courts, where the Treasure Hunt would be announced.

"We might as well make a move," she murmured to Maera, who bounded beside her as she traipsed up the steps. The Treasure Hunt. The thought of it made her nerves buzz with equal measures of excitement and trepidation. What kind of treasure could she expect to gain? A collection of gym badges? A large team of ghost type Pokemon? Or... Could she really hope to uncover the mysteries behind the Treasures of Ruin, even though Harry was ahead of her in that regard?

Silent amidst the chattering students, she sipped her slushie as she waited for the announcement, eyes scanning the already sizeable crowd for Harry. She'd have a few questions to ask him later.
@Raineh Daze

Ukiko may not have gotten Nico access to the bag of snacks, but her jumpscare plan at least had been successful. Chortling, she drifted to the ground. "Told you I'd manage to sneak up on you some day!"

By her side, Burabura rolled her one eye. "A simple hi would've gone down better-bura."

"Like I said." Ukiko's Cheshire cat grin grew. "Gotta get some training in. And why not have fun in the process?" The other reason, the one she didn't voice, was that being around so many people still set her nerves on edge. That feeling of not knowing what to say or do was hard to shake, but putting up a brash goofy act helped offset it. She wasn't that timid little Hotaru Ukiko any more. She was Ghostlight.

Accepting a mochi from Abigail, she munched on it as she listened to the mission briefing. Her eyebrows furrowed. A shade successfully evading a magical girl? That wasn't a usual occurrence. "Heh. So it knows it's not the scariest thing in this park," she said, her gaze flicking around at the others. "It can run, but it can't hide! Burabura and I can keep a lookout from above. If we both stay invisible for as long as we can, and dip into the trees in between, we should be able to make sure nobody notices us... as cool as it'd be to start an urban legend, it wouldn't be so great to let scaredy-shade feast on people's freakouts."
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