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28 days ago
Current I'm working in a two new CS, I'll reply to all the RPs tomorrow. Sorry for the delay!
1 mo ago
I understand why people find parties noisy and awkward, but like I go to one almost every Saturday and I usually dance my ass off. I guess I'm not feeling the band tonight.
1 mo ago
I'm in a party and instead of dancing I am on here. Why. Am. I. Like. This???
1 mo ago
I won't be able to reply much this weekend, sorry!
1 mo ago
I have a crush on Rawkus?????


Hello! I am Rodiak, I am 22, and I am somewhat new to roleplaying. I started a few months ago, but I can say that I am not too bad at it. I am able to write up 2 to 6 paragraphs, maybe more but it depends on my partner. Uh, for now, that's all? Hello again!

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karishma laghari

Location - Heaven Square Mall
Mentions -
Interactions - @Alex_The_Great

Karishma looked up from her coffee to Alex and stuck her tongue out at him. "I deserve it after running six miles," She sipped her coffee after she had finished dumping five sugar packets into the dark liquid. She didn't mind Alex's arm around her, it offered warm against her thin sportswear-- and it felt nice. "I work most of the day," She nibbled on her bottom lip as she tried to work out her schedule for the next of the week. She had to go to the studio and record her album, but she still ended her single first. This week was going to be busy since she had finished writing the song and just needed to show up for the recording and work with the band. "Maybe around six?" She would get out of work at four, but she wanted to wash up before going over to Alex's place. While she often didn't care if people saw her in sweats and a t-shirt, their little meet up was starting to sound more and more like a date.

"Here," Karishma said with a smile as she took Alex's phone and typed down her phone number. She named herself "Kari" followed by two emoji hearts and a kissy face. While she did that, Gabe, on the other side of her looked over at Alex.

"I see why she liked you so quickly." The man said and groaned when Karishma lightly punched his arm. "You shouldn't be asking me; you should be asking her." He smiled when Karishma rolled her eyes and handed the phone back to Alex. "I'm just her bodyguard and friend."

"I'm not famous. Here anyway. I'm infamous in India. Would I be considered infamous?" She tapped her index finger on her chin as she thought about the whole thing. Telling Alex about her career in India was not something she wanted to do so quickly. Those people who knew often felt bad for her or began to treat her differently after finding out. They would also find out about all the shit that went down and all the rumors and backlash she had faced a few months ago. She didn't want people asking her questions or begging for the truth. Looking her up wasn't as simple anyway, she hadn't used her real name while working in Bollywood. Her agent had done an excellent job and keeping it a secret.

"I'll tell you later, I promise." Karishma finally said, looking at Alex. "I'll have to take you out on a date first." She smiled, bringing back the light and playful atmosphere. She didn't want to linger too much on the whole famous thing. "Since you'll be having me over, why don't I have you over too?" It had been a while since she had cooked something and she was craving some homemade food for a while.

ᴀᴏᴋɪ ʀᴇʏɴᴀ sᴀɴᴅsᴛʀöᴍ

Location - Old Harbor
Mentions -
Interactions - @RoccanIronclad

"Oh." Aoki took the drawing back and quickly put it back in her sketchbook just as a gust of wind hit them. She shut eyes quickly and waited until it was over to look at him again. She was glad that she would be able to keep the sketch since she had been planning on painting on a large canvas if she ever had the free time. "Oh, you run the Final Round Armory? I guess it is good I'm keeping it then, wouldn't want it to get burned." She offered up a friendly smile.

"My name is Aoki Sandtröm; I'm an art conservator at Sol Museum." She offered the man a handshake after putting her sketchbook in her bag. "I'm really sorry if I made you uncomfortable, I tried to be discreet, but it looks like I failed." She was just glad that he didn't seem to mind too since he was inviting her over for lunch.

"Ah, really?" Aoki smiled as she fumbled with her scarf. She was hungry, and she didn't feel like cooking anything today. "Fish does sound good right now." She agreed and gave him a small nod. "I wouldn't want you to waste any good food either, and I'm willing to help with whatever." While Aoki wasn't the greatest cook, she could make passable cook with just enough seasoning. Cooking wasn't her stronghold, something she hadn't been able to learn from both of her parents since they were both great cooks. It seemed like fate had decided she knew how to play enough instruments and decided not to give her the talent of cooking.
karishma laghari

Location - Heaven Square Mall
Mentions -
Interactions - @Alex_The_Great

When Alex's arm wrapped around Karishma, Gabe's jaw tightened, but he didn't say anything. He knew what the boy was doing, and he was grateful he didn't have to be the one to do it. Karishma usually delt with people like the waiter long enough to just ignore it or play around with the people who treated her like that to get some laughs out of Gabe. This time, however, it seemed like Karishma's new friend had it under control, although Gabe felt a tiny bit sorry for what came next.

As they finished ordering their drinks and food, the waiter left, glaring at Alex as he turned on his heels and left. Karishma only giggled and leaned against Alex, pressing her chest against his. "I didn't know I was your love." She winked at him nestled herself comfortably next to him. "Thank you for that, love, but I can handle men like that. They are very simple-minded, and they only want one thing from me. I always like to play around with them and make them think they have a chance with me." She giggled again. "Some even ignore the fact I have a very buff and attractive man right next to me." She shot Gabe a grin and he rolled his eyes.

She was grateful that Alex had step up dealt with the annoying waiter. While Karishma was used to it and she got a laugh out of messing with those type of men she was starting to grow tired of it. Gabe knew this, and he tried to do his best to help her, but there was little he could do sometimes. Alex had been a nice chance of pace to her ruitine. "Thank you." She said in a genuine tone as she leaned in and kissed his cheek. Karishma didn't care if it was too forward, she didn't know nor did she care that she was invading his personal space. He didn't seem to mind, and she had always been someone who was big on physical contact with anyone she liked. So a kiss on the cheek wasn't a big deal for her, and didn't know if it was for Alex.

"Your drinks." The waiter came back just as Karishma pulled back from the kiss. The man had a forced smile on his lips as he set down the coffee down on the table. He put down a small container with milk on it and left their table without another word.

"We should do this more often." Karishma pulled back and did a little dance with her hips as she poured lots of sugar into her cup of coffee. She had always had a sweet tooth, and every drink she drank had to be sweet. Even alcoholic drinks had to be sweet, or Karishma would not drink them. "I can go over and see your picture, maybe after we can go out and you can teach me how to take pictures." She smiled at Alex, hoping he would say yes. He had already invited her over to his home, which Karishma found surprising but welcome, but she wanted to go out more with him. He seemed like an interesting and cool guy. She wanted to know more about him.

ᴀᴏᴋɪ ʀᴇʏɴᴀ sᴀɴᴅsᴛʀöᴍ

Location - Old Harbor
Mentions -
Interactions - @RoccanIronclad

Aoki looked up, her eyes wide and her face red. "Oh." She said just above a whisper as she watched the man looking straight at her. He had noticed! Of course, he had, Aoki hadn't been very distracted and she had been carried away by concentrating too much on her sketch. She covered half of her face with her sketchbook as she nodded and watched him reel in a fish. She could take this opportunity to pick up her things and run away, but Aoki's feet were frozen in place from the embarrassment she felt. It took her a few moments to finally lower her sketchbook and speak to him.

"I-I'm sorry," She tucked in a few strands of hair behind her hot and read ear. "I just... the view was nice you just happened to be there." That was partly true, but he didn't need to know that. Aoki had seen him as she approached the port and he looked interesting. There had been minimal opportunities to sketch someone that had similar features as him, so she had taken this chance to do so. "I'm so sorry if I made you uncomfortable." She had noticed the way he had reached for something in his coat, making her believe he was prepared for confrontation.

Aoki cleared her throat and finally pushed herself up and approached the man. "You can have it." She started as she began to tear the sketch from the book. She had told herself she would give her sketches to those who noticed her, so this wouldn't be any different. "Just don't throw it away, please, I am very proud of this one." She had paid special detail to his figure in the sketch; she had even done his hair flowing in the cool wind. "And I did get a good angle, so you don't have to worry about that." She smiled a bit. While she was still embarrassed, she was trying her best not to be awkward about the whole thing.
ᴀᴏᴋɪ ʀᴇʏɴᴀ sᴀɴᴅsᴛʀöᴍ

Location - Sol City Streets - Old Harbor
Mentions - @PrinceAlexus@RoccanIronclad
Interactions -

"Wha-- I didn't get any message!" Aoki was talking on the phone as she walked down the street, her hair blowing on the cold wind. Her tan coat slapped harshly against her legs as she made her way to the Uber that she had ordered home just a few minutes ago. "Yes, I checked my email, but there was nothing on there." She had gotten a call from her boss telling her that is she was going to come in late. Apparently, there had been a change in her schedule and Aoki had not gotten the memo. Her schedule had been changed to start earlier now, and she would be able to leave the museum earlier too. While Aoki was glad her hours had been changed, she was still unhappy that she had not gotten the email that had informed her of it. "I'll be there in ten minutes. Thank you for calling me." With that, Aoki hung up and hoped that there was no traffic on her way to work.

Aoki was supposed to start at 7 in the morning, and she arrived to work an hour late. There had been a lot of traffic in the streets, and an accident had slowed down the highways, so there was no way for her to arrive any earlier. Although a bike would have been helpful, but Aoki didn't know how to ride one-- and riding in heels must be difficult. Aoki also took the whole hour in the Uber to thank Marinalia for giving her Ashton's information. She would contact the other woman later at night when she was at home. It would be nice to get everyone she had met at the club to hang together and talk peacefully.

As soon as Aoki clocked in, she got to work on a painting from the early 18 hundreds. The painting's colors had faded, and there were a few cracks on the canvas. There would be no painting today, since she had to prep the painting first and make sure she examined everything she would have to do to restore the painting correctly. It took her about two hours to get every little detail down on paper and make sure to note it's location so she wouldn't overlook it when it was finally time to seal and cover up the cracks. The rest of the day was spent prepping the painting and documenting every little detail about it as she did so. Restoring old pictures like this could be a lot of pressure for someone. Being in charge of taking care of something so old and historical could have been too heavy for someone to handle, luckily Aoki was a woman of determination and ambition! While her perfectionism did slow her down a bit, she continued to work hard and not let the pressure get to her.

Later that day, after work

Old Habor was a place of history. Aoki loved history. She loved living and working with history. There was something about Old Harbor that made her feel like she was back home in Helsingborg. Since the days had begun to grow colder and colder, she had started to become more homesick. The cold always reminded her of the snowy days back home and how she and her brothers would play around in their backyard while their parents watched and tried to hide the whiskey they drank. To help her homesickness, Aoki would often go to the harbor, sit down with her sketchbook, and listen to some of her father's orchestra songs. On bad days, she would come and listen to him playing the piano and cry until she could see her family standing in front of her. Aoki had debated going back to Sweden so many times, but every time she had to remind herself that going back there wouldn't further her career. She had a life in Sol now, even if it was a lonely one.

"Maybe I can do for summer vacations..." Aoki hadn't been back home in years and seeing her parents and brothers in person would do good to her. She never really liked the summer here in America and Helsingborg was a lot cooler than Sol during the summer, so she would be able to escape the heat too. The more she thought about vacations back home, the more she felt the homesickness grow. Aoki decided to push her thoughts about home back and save it for later. Now, there was a beautiful view of the harbor. While someone would think cloudy skies and a gloomy feel to the dock seemed somewhat sad, Aoki enjoyed this weather. She loved to sketch and shade in clouds. There was also a man fishing in the harbor while boats passed by. The wind was a lot harsher by the water, so his hair was whipping around. Aoki had taken a seat just about 30 yards away from him, so she had a pretty good view of him. Without wasting another moment, Aoki began to sketch the man down.

As she sketched down the passing boats and the man, Aoki tried not to make it too evident that she was staring at the man's figure as her pencil drew lines on the paper. It had been a while since she had done anything realistic, so Aoki wanted to take the opportunity to practice and take advantage of the lovely scenery. Besides, Aoki tended to give out the sketches she drew of people to the person, in case they noticed. Luckily, the man she had been sketching for the past half hour.

Everything was done in pencil. Aoki had taken some artistic liberties by drawing the stranger with a sad smile instead of a serious one. A smile that Aoki was too familiar with. When she was done, Aoki held the drawing up to compare it to the man, hoping he wouldn't notice what she was doing. Anyone who was watching her from afar would at least think what she was doing was really weird and strange. Aoki didn't mind too much, as long at the man she had drawn didn't notice. The drawing had come out too nice to give away.
karishma laghari

Location - Heaven Square Mall
Mentions -
Interactions - @Alex_The_Great

"Stupid reason really." Was all Karishma said about her first arrest back in India. While the reason was stupid, and it almost ended her career she considered the reason the stupidest thing ever."I'll tell you some other day." With that, Karishma decided their little conversation about her first time in jail ended. While it was clear that she did not want to talk about the whole incident, she still wore an easygoing smile on her lips. She didn't like to spoil the mood with a conversation that was better left for another time. Besides, they had arrived at the mall and Karishma was starving for something delicious!

"We can head up to one of the restaurants in here. I heard Lady's Cafe was good and it's pretty new." Karishma said as she watched Gabe get out of the car first. She took the few seconds they had alone to grin at Alex. "Don't worry about Gabe, he's a friendly guy once you get to know him!" She took his hand and pulled him out of the car when Gabe opened her door. She pulled her shades back on and slid her arm around Alex's again as she did at the park.

Gabe led the way this time since he was more familiar with the mall. While he didn't like to shop, he had memorized the floor plan for Karishma's safety-- and to lead her in a path that would result in less stop to random shops. They passed several shops that Gabe had to stop Karishma from going in by reminding her that the crepes at the restaurant were to die for and that she still needed her coffee or she would become grumpy. Karishma, of course, pouted all the way to the cafe since she wasn't allowed to go into the stores. Instead, she stroke up a conversation with Alex about photography. She had noted his camera, and she was curious about his hobby.

"I saw that you were taking pictures at the park." Karishma didn't mention the fact that he had snapped a picture of her and Gabe while they rested by the fountain. Instead, she asked about his favorite shots or if he would ever consider going pro. "I heard National Geographic, and other businesses like that are pretty cool! Back in India, I knew a few photographers, but those specialized in modeling and fashion." She had been part of quite a few fashion runways back in New Dheli where her agent had scored a few photo shoots for her with fashion designer clothes. It had been fun to be part of that. "Maybe you can show me some of your pictures later? I would love to see them!"

Gabe opened the restaurant door for them when they finally arrived. The outside had fake brick walls with a sign that said Lady's Cafe written in cursive. There were a few tables and chairs on the outside, but those were props. Inside, the walls had similar brick walls, but they were covered in black and white photographs of Paris. Many were candid photos that ranged from very old to very recent. There was soft instrumental music playing in the background as Gabe got a table for the three of them. It only took a minute for a waiter to lead them to a small table booth by the back of the restaurant.

"What would you like to drink?" The waiter, a man in his mid-twenties with, combed back brown hair, and broad shoulders asked the group as he handed them the menus. He smiled at Karishma as he gave her the menu and kept her eyes on her while she browsed through it quickly.

"I'll have a cup of coffee," Gabe said first, looking intently at the waiter.

"I'll have the same," Karishma said after she looked through the beverages briefly. Coffee with two sugars and nothing more was the way she liked her coffee. Milk belonged to tea and not with coffee. She looked at Alex, ignoring the looks the waiter was giving her and asked him "How about you? The coffee is good here, but the espresso is very good too."

Location - City Streets
Mentions - @EchoicChamber@King Tai@Scarifar

This was all too much for Marcus. He kept trying to wrap his head around what was happening in front of him. He glanced from Espe to weird man and now the new strange girl. He didn't have time for this. He has a bad feeling growing in his gut and meeting all these new people were not helping him at all. Marcus still had to go meet up with his sister at the park, and he didn't like to keep her waiting. To add to his bad feeling, she hadn't called him to tell him she was already there.

"I'm all up for making new friends and meeting all sorts of people, but I really need to go," Marcus said to Esperanza, ignoring everyone else around them. "I really don't like the idea of leaving you with that guy." he tried not to glance at the weird man with the bird on his head. "But this girl looks nice enough." He smiled at the new girl who had just approached their little group. "I'm really sorry, I need to go meet up with my sister, and I have this feeling that she might be in trouble--"

Ash. Old. Mold. Ancient.

He knew that smell. It was Aurora. She was in trouble. The only time he had smelled that was when she first made the pack with him. If Marcus was able to smell him, then she must have summoned him, or he had come out on his own free will. Either of those scared Marcus.

"I'm sorry, I have to go." He said before turning around and running down the street as fast as he could.


Location - Park
Mentions - @Letmehaveone2

"What kind of blood?" Alekis began to rumage through his bag in look for the vials of blood he kept. "Human, of course." It was his own blood that he used in rituals. The blood had to be from a willing subject or the spells could go wrong, so he used his own. It was eaasier that way, and he didn't have to ask Marcus for his anymore. He also carried animal blood, but he doubted that Price would want that.
karishma laghari

Location - Corona Park - Heaven Square Mall
Mentions -
Interactions - @Alex_The_Great

Karishma was glad she had spotted Alex, he seemed like a really nice guy who didn't know about her or her past. That made him even better to hang out with. Their first meeting had been a bit bad, but she was glad that their first impressions hadn't been considered much. "Alex, I can, and I have punched several people in many places." She lowered her shades to give the man a wink. "And I did not go to jail for that." She continued on with other comments about the girl who got hit, whose name was Ash. When Karishma had first seen the woman, she had thought she had been a very tall man.

"You're new here too?" Karishma and Alex talked as they walked to the black SUV. Gabe walked behind them, keeping a close eye on Alex. While Gabe was friendly with Karishma, he was wary around new people she would invite to tag along. Not many knew who she was yet, and she they did they would often try to take advantage of her. It had happened more than once, and he did not want to see that happen to her again. Gabe might be her official bodyguard, but they were also best friends.

"I recently came here from India. Had some trouble back there that resulted in me having to leave to keep myself safe." Karishma shrugged a shoulder and said it like it wasn't a bit deal that death threats were arriving in her email on the daily. Of course, she didn't say that because that would scare off her new friend and she didn't want that. When they arrived in the SUV Karishma stopped on her tracks when Ale said he would meet them over there.

"What? You're riding with us!" She walked over and hooked her arm in his. "Don't be shy, Alex! The car's trunk is big enough for your bike, besides it's getting chilly and I wouldn't want you to catch a cold because of me." She gently tugged on his arm and signaled Gabe to help Alex put the bike in the SUV's trunk. The bodyguard nodded and did as he was told while Karishma climbed in the back seat and waited for Alex to climb in the empty seat next to her.

While in the car, Karishma pulled on a grey sweater and let her hair down to comb it with her fingers. It took her the whole ride to braid it neatly and make sure to double tie it so it wouldn't just start frizzing over from the workout earlier. When they finally arrived Karishma turned to Alex with another smile. "What are you in the mood for? I could go for a nice cup of coffee. I know there are a few restaurants in the mall." Pancakes or waffles sounded grand right now for Karishma. Or some crepes. Oh, the Coffee Pot had the best coffee in the whole city, but it would probably be full right now, and she did not want to wait.
I'll probably have a post by today! I've been very busy with work so sorry!
karishma laghari

Location - Corona Park
Mentions -
Interactions - @Alex_The_Great

"No hard feelings, Alex." Karishma shook his hand. Now that there were no flashing lights or loud music she could really see what Alex really looked like. He was almost the same height as her and his hair looked really soft. "I was more interested in Thomas. Loved the suit he was wearing. Too bad our conversation was cut short with the fight." She hadn't been able to see much that night but from what she read on the news and what her agent told her she knew it had been really ugly. She was glad they had been a few steps away from the main groups that started the fight. A girl had been hit over the head with a bottle and another pepper sprayed. Must have been really ugly.

"Glad we are all out now and I hope those who started the fight get their time. I feel bad for the one who got hit on the head." Karishma had heard she was a firefighter and was only trying to calm the people in the group but the groupies had just escalated things. "Now I can say that I have been to jail twice." She chuckled to herself and ran a hand through her hair.

"So, what are you doing later?" Karishma still had to lay low so that meant no more parties for two weeks. She had a few auditions later this week but those usually lasted a few hours and she had to record her album later on in the day. She had most of the day off to do what she pleased. "Gabe and I are going to hit the Strip and shop for a bit. Want to tag along? I still want to buy you a drink, Alex." She winked at him just as she slipped on her shades back on. "C'mon, it'll be fun! No one can say no to free drinks, or food, if you don't drink." Karishma just wanted someone to keep her company as she went on to shop. Gabe didn't like shopping and he would often complain that he was bored and Alex looked like a fun guy to have around. Not to mention she was curious about him.
ᴀᴏᴋɪ ʀᴇʏɴᴀ sᴀɴᴅsᴛʀöᴍ

Location - Home
Mentions - @Silver Fox@King Tai
Interactions - @PrinceAlexus

Saturday Morning

Aoki knew what hangover were. There were plenty of those during her early university years, but that had been years ago. This hangover made he feel old. Made her feel like shit and made her feel like it was the end of the world. That Saturday morning she woke up in her couch with her heels and bra still one-- something she would never do on a regular day. As soon as she opened her eyes, she felt the vomit raise from her gut and made her run to the bathroom as quickly as she could. Luckily she reached the toilet in time and cleaned up was averted. After a few more moments leaning against the toilet, Aoki took a long cold shower to help her headache and cement herself more into herself.

After the shower, Aoki had made her way up the stairs with Sötnos and Luci following her up to her bedroom. She only had a towel wrapped around her and another she was currently using to towel dry her hair. She was feeling a lot better after the shower, and the ache in her head was starting to wear off. While Aoki was quick to get drunk, she was also very resilient. As the woman approached her wardrobe something moved in her bed, she stopped as almost dropped the towel in her hands when she was a very very pretty woman sleeping in her bed with Sakura nestled next to her chest. She didn't remember meeting the woman that laid in her bed. She also didn't remember how Aoki got home from last night or what had happened. The last thing she remembered was The Sirens on stage and a girl with long blonde hair and one with short. Mari-something and Ash-something. She couldn't quite remember their names, but she definitely did not recall the woman in her bed.

Aoki then processed to wake up the woman, while still in her towel and question her about the whole night. The pretty woman, whose name was Xia, explained to Aoki what had happened during her drunken state. She also told her about the fight that broke shortly after and Aoki was quick to open up the news on her phone to see that the bar fight had turned into a whole club arrest. With that Aoki thanked Xia for taking care of her and gave the woman her personal bussiness card with her name and her personal email and number. To Aoki's luck, Xia didn't tell her about the embarrassing things she had told her or how Aoki had kept calling her "pretty lady" for almost an hour. At least she was spared that as Xia left Aoki's apartment.

Aoki vowed never to drink alone ever again.

Monday Morning

Location - Coffee Pot - Swan Songs

Reports of a Zombie Confirmed False

Aoki read the small section of the newspaper from her laptop screen as she sipped her black coffee from a tall blue mug. The Coffee Pot was the only place in Sol that made their coffee strong enough for her to enjoy. Americans had such bland and sensitive tastes that this was the only place other than home where she would have her morning coffee. Aoki still had about two hours before heading to work, so killing some time here by herself reading the false zombie break and the interview with The Sirens was a rather nice way to spend it.

She was checking her emails when she saw one come in from a Marinalia Romus Olympus. Rather fancy name, maybe it was a client from another country inquiring about her art work? A rich person who was offering her to pay her a big sum of money for one of her paintings? "Oh!" It was the nice woman that she had met at the club on Friday. The one with the English accent. Had it been English? Aoki shrugged and quickly typed down a response.

Hello, Marinalia! It's so nice to hear from you! I'll be honest and say it took me a while to remember you, but I am so
grateful you took care of me. I wasn't involved with the arrests that followed shortly after. Luckily Xia helped me home. I heard that
Ashton was hurt in the fight. Please do tell me she is doing just fine and isn't still in jail. I would love to thank her for what she did
and to make sure she is doing okay. I owe you one for helping me out that night, even if I don't remember much of it. If you can
get hold of Ashton's information, I would love it if you shared it with me. I owe her a lot too.

- Aoki Reyna Sandström

She hit the reply button and looked up from her laptop screen to look around the building. There were quite a lot of people flooding in, but she didn't recognize any of them. Even so, Aoki appreciated the moments she had to herself and a nice cup of black coffee. Two hours. What could Aoki do with two hours other than reading the paper and watch people come and go from the establishment? She could take a walk in the park, or head over to Sawn Songs to see if any new albums from her favorite bands had been stocked. Perhaps she could do that instead of wasting her time in here watching people.

With her decision made, Aoki put her laptop away and drink the last drops of her coffee before slapping a tip on the table and leaving the building. She made her way down the street. As the days grew colder, Aoki dressed with more and more layers on. The cold was something she missed greatly from Sweden. Coats and scarves were something that Aoki had always had an obsession over. Today Aoki wore slim black trousers, tan heels, a white button-up shirt and a tan coat with a grey scarf that kept her neck and cheeks warm from the cold. While her clothes were rather tame and professional, the things that stuck out was always her very light blue colored hair, that was let down and curled in soft waves that framed her face. Aoki always did try to dress up for work, even if she didn't want to. She had to maintain a professional look amongst older co-workers that hard worked in the Sol Museum for so long.

As Aoki made her way inside the store, she was greeted by the warmth of the establishment and the smell of old paper. While the store had various kinds of music from various time periods, the older stuff was always placed at the front. It was something that Aoki loved about the store. She considered a traditon to browse through the cold music first to see if she could find any hidden gems amongst the old rcords. No such luck today, so she moved further back to check out the newer albums under the metal section.

Sorry! Kinda similar names pAq I'll fix it, thanks for pointing it out!
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