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I have been actively roleplaying for just over 13 years now, since age 15. Which, as you might have guessed, makes me 28. I've done most of my rping on forums, averaging 2 to 4 paragraphs. Though I also LARP, and have played D&D for about 9 years. Real life has become a larger part of my life though, so my activity has lessened somewhat. Even so, I don't think I'll ever stop rping. :)

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Jacob frowned a little bit. It was obvious she didn't want him to tag along. Which was a shame. He liked pulling one over on rich people, and just docking and waiting sounded boring. But he had learned from past missions that it was best to not be too pushy with employers, or they might think he was suspicious or something. "Fine fine, just dock and wait for you..." He spoke plainly, shrugging a little as he did.

Jacob watched the little interaction between Peanut and Rei with slight amusement. The little Fennec Fox always did well with the ladies. It wasn't that useful to get them between the sheets, but at least they were more likely to be friendly with him after meeting his pet. "No idea how old he is. I bought him about a year back, from some shady animal smuggler type. Some story about the noble having changed their mind about buying him. No idea where he's from really." The man turned around and rushed up the stairs as he gave a quick "gimme a sec~" And a few moments later he came back down, walking over to Rei and holding out his hand towards here. "Here, take this and hold your hand flat on the ground." What he gave her was a bacon flavoured dog treat. It had taken Jacob a month or so but he had finally managed to teach Peanut a trick to let him know who he could trust.

Once Rei had done as he had asked the Fox didn't move at first. He just looked at the treat for a moment before looking intently towards Jacob. After a short pause the man simple spoke "3...2...1...go~", and immediately Peanut came running to eat the treat out of Rei's hand. Without this little act Peanut wouldn't accept treats from strangers. After all, there were plenty of people who would want to do harm.
Well, now I'm making you wait for a long time as well...xD Sorry for that. Work's been exhausting the last week, and before that it was the heat...hopefully I can post soon. ^^;;
Didn't really do anything for my birthday. But that was by choice. :P Didn't feel like doing anything this year really. I went to a lake to chill near the water in the evening with my best friend and his wife. And a week ago I had a barbecue with the same friend/wife and two other guys as a kind of celebration. Since his birthday is on the 28th of july and mine on the 30th of june we decided to do a barbecue together somewhere in between.

I don't know what it is, but around when I turned 24~26 or something like that I suddenly stopped caring about birthday parties. ^^;; Just having a few friends over to chill for a few hours is good enough for me.
Aww man, now I'm a bit jealous. I wish I could get a girlfriend that could make me happy again like that. :P Glad you're doing good though. :)

Anyway, nothing much has changed for me. I've had my birthday a few weeks ago, and work is still taking up more of my time than I'd like, but that's about it.
You still alive hun? If you don't think the rp is working for you we can try something else... ^^;; Or maybe you're just busy?
Jacob was surprised at Rei's rather desperate looking dash towards him, followed by her grabbing his arm. She wanted to tell him in the kitchen, which odd place to say the least. Clearly something was up. Her excuse of the food not burning didn't hold much ground. Food didn't burn that fast, and he needed the information up in the bridge no matter where she told him. But the man decided to leave the matter for another time. Clearly she didn't want to talk about it, or she wouldn't have come up with such an excuse.

"Bookshire's hollow huh...I've heard about it. Never been there though. So I'll at the very least I'll need some coordinates to follow." If Jacob had been somewhere a few times before it wasn't hard to find it again even without coordinates. But this location was unknown to him. "Not sure what you want to do there, but somehow I doubt the locals will like you for it." He grinned widely, getting a bit more comfortable by sitting on the stairs while leaning his elbows on his knees. "Not that I fact, I'd quite like sticking it to stuck-up rich people like that. You sound like you have a plan, so let's here it. Because I want in." Since this job involved upsetting some rich folks, there was no way he would just stay by his ship while she got to have all the fun.

Peanut decided to join in as well. The fox came down the stairs until he was standing just above Jacob's head, hanging his head to one side and chirping softly as if to ask what was going on. "No Peanut, you'll have to stay at the ship." The man spoke as if he could understand the little creature. He petted his friend gently on his head while continuing. "Stuff like this is too dangerous for someone as small as you."
Yea I'm okay. Not exactly happy of course, but okay. :)
Well I broke up with my girlfriend, so that sucks... It was my choice, but still.

Other than that things are going like usual really.
You still okay hun? It's been 2 weeks now. ^^;;
Soon the airship was out in the open. Some white clouds could be seen here and there a hundred or so meters below, but overall it looked like the weather would be peaceful for the time being. Which meant Jacob could just lock the rudder and let the winds carry them for the time being. So he did just that and was about to turn around when he heard a voice start to sing. He thought on whether to interrupt Rei or not, and after a few moments decided against it. Listening to her was rather pleasant after all. So instead the man opened a door to the deck and stepped just outside the door. Behind the ship he could slowly see the island they had set sail from grow smaller, which put a smile on his lips.

When the song ended Jacob turned around again and headed back inside. This time he did descend the stairs, to be greeted by a cooking woman in his kitchen. And by the looks of it, a decently skilled one at that. Or at least a better cook than he was. He usually settled for fried eggs, or a simple stew, and rarely pancakes. The last one being the only thing he was very good at making. "Lunch already? Well fine by me as long as I can have some as well." He winked at Rei and stepped down the last few steps. "Anyway, I'm gonna need a map or some coordinates, as right now I'm still flying blind. So come up to the bridge once you're done, 'kay?" With that he turned to head back up again. He quite enjoyed the view when flying, and it looked like Rei would still be busy with her meal for another half hour or so.
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