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Isabelle Rose

"I want much more than this dull reality."

372 views · last seen in Town of Enchantra
a character in “We're As Real As Can Be”, as played by xXxCryptic-AngelxXx

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« ""I want much more than this dull reality." »


fαcє clαiм ◆ Jenna Louise Coleman ❘ ρσятяαyєd by ◇ xXxCryptic-AngelxXx


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тнємє รσиg(ร)
Everything At Once || Lenka

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|Full Name|
Isabelle Rose

|Alias(s)|
Belle

|Gender|
Female

|Age|
Twenty-One

|Role|
Belle (Beauty and the Beast)

|Sexuality|
Pansexual

|Nationality|
French
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|Tattoos ◆ Scars ◆ Birthmarks ◆ Piercings|
Belle has no tattoos, nor does she plan on getting any.

She has a scar on her upper arm from when she was a child. She went wandering in the woods and was attacked by a wolf.

She as one birthmark on the skin behind her ear that is a light pink and shaped like a rose petal. Or at least, that's what she likes to think it is.

She has one piercing on the lobe of each of her ears.




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|Personality|

Adventurous- Although, most of her adventures are in her books, Belle has an adventurer's spirit and often takes her a foot further than she plans to go.

Curious- She is a very curious girl and often sticks her nose into places it shouldn't be.

Intelligent- With all the books she reads, she should probably have some brains to go with it.

Bibliophile- She liked to read. A lot. She's also a movie buff, but wasn't sure what word to use so they were just looped together.

Courageous- Belle keeps her head high when she's afraid and fights back when trouble rears its ugly head.

Empathetic- When it comes to others, especially those closest to her, she has a tendency to react empathetically to how they feel. If they hurt, she hurts. If they're excited, then she's excited.

Charismatic- Belle is very good with people. She's gentle, kind, thoughtful, and has a presence when she speaks.

Responsible- Belle has had to grow up pretty quickly with her father being busy and her mother passing before she could walk. She's had to take on a lot of responsibility in her life and she handles it well.

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Belle was born in France to two inventors. Her mother died not long after her birth due to following complications. Her father raised her to have an open mind and embrace the knowledge of the world. He would buy her books and journals as gifts so she could go on adventures without ever leaving home and even creating her own adventures. For a long time it was just Belle and her father living in a small home in France while he tinkered away at his inventions. Belle didn't mind too much in the beginning. She was content to be with her books and wandering the forest behind their home. One day she traveled, too far into the woods and was attacked by a lone wolf. She managed to escape and run all the way back to their small house. Since that day, she's always been careful where she went, but her soul still yearned for adventure.

As she got older, Belle took on bigger jobs around the house. Doing laundry, cooking meals, cleaning the house, doing the shopping, etc.

As her father's inventions became more elaborate and his name became better known throughout France, they began to travel. Belle took up photography along with her journaling and took photos of the places she visited. Eventually they came to stay in Enchantra where Belle fell in love with the people. For the first time in her life she had friends and a job at a bookstore that she loved. When it came time for her father to move on, they decided she was old enough and more than capable of caring for herself, and he moved on while she stayed behind. She sends letters to her father and often talks to him on the phone, but she's glad to be on her own. Now if only being on her own was more exciting. If only the words that she read on the pages of her books were reality and not ink on a page.

So begins...

Isabelle Rose's Story

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Character Portrait: Ruby Hood Character Portrait: Trixie Bell Character Portrait: Peter Pandanski Character Portrait: Mallory Woe Character Portrait: Aladdin Dagher Character Portrait: Caspian Hook Character Portrait: Isabelle Rose Character Portrait: Alice Liddell Character Portrait: Aura Beaumont Character Portrait: Jacob Freeman
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Ruby awoke to the sound of her alarm going off at exactly seven in the morning. Today was the first day she were to be on her own. Her father decided it best to leave town, leaving everything he owned to her. She had the home, the vehicles, everything. Ruby sat up with a sigh as she slammed her hand down onto the alarm to silence the screaming before climbing out of bed. She then proceeded to head to the shower, get dressed, and grabbed her keys and headed out to the diner. So far everything was going well. Which was honestly strange, giving the fact that Ruby's luck always seems to bite her in the ass at the end of the day, but let's not get too far ahead of ourselves. Things could change throughout the duration of the next twenty four hours.

Upon pulling up to her diner, she parked her vehicle behind the building and unlocked the door to allow herself inside. Ruby hoped that Trixie and Aladdin would show up on time. Though she wasn't going to hold her breath on Aladdin, he always seemed to have his own way of doing things, never really following along to anyone's schedule. With a sigh she began to get everything ready for the morning rush. As if it were some sort of tradition, almost everyone in town always seemed to show up at her diner to have breakfast. Be it a meal or just a cup of coffee. Though she didn't mind it, it gave her a way to get to know everyone in town without making too much of an effort.

Everything seems to be in order, she thought to herself as she turned the open sign over for everyone to know that her diner was now open for business for the duration of the day. Ruby began to head back to the kitchen to start cooking her own breakfast, which consisted of a waffle, two sausage links, and a cup of blueberry coffee. Always was her favorite thing for breakfast, even when she was a kid.

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Belle Rose awoke from sleep with a grunt and rolled over. In spectacular form, she slipped off the side of her mattress and fell face-down onto the carpet. She groaned, rubbing her nose and eyes and sat up, pulling the covers with her. There were a couple thuds as the books she had on her bed fell to the ground. She stared at them a moment and, as the day before came flooding back, she looked down at herself and sighed. She was still wearing the clothes from the day before. She fell asleep reading and didn't get up to change. Somehow the lights were off though..

She pushed herself up from the floor and went to take a quick shower. Her stomach grumbled for some chocolate chip pancakes from Ruby's diner and she smiled at the thought of seeing her friends. Wrapped in a towel, she rummaged through her closet until she pulled out what she felt like wearing for the day. She held the blue dress to her form and looked at her floor length mirror and smiled. It would be perfect.

She finished drying herself off and blow dried her hair, changed, put on light make-up, brushed her teeth, pulled on her shoes, and was out the door in under ten minutes. However, she forgot to grab her phone she nicknamed-- "enchanted mirror" for the mirrored glass protector she had on the screen and the stained glass case that surrounded it--and had to go back inside her apartment to get it.

Finally ready for the day, she started her walk to Ruby's diner. It was only a few storefronts from her own bookstore and apartment so it wasn't too far a walk. The sun was rising above the little town, painting the shops and all the little people in oranges and golds. She bet it was a breathtaking view from one of the larger apartment buildings like Aladdin's. The thought of her friend warmed her and she smiled to herself. She hummed as she walked and soon the diner came into view. She pushed open the front door, a little bell overhead went ding at the movement. She sat at the counter as she did every morning and grabbed a menu, though she already knew what she wanted: chocolate chip pancakes, strawberries, and a rose tea.

A few chairs down was Mallory, calling Ruby for a cup of coffee. "Good Morning, Mal!" She greeted cheerfully, but not overly bubbly. She kept an eye out for Tink as she conversed with Mal.

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What woke Peter was a sound he still wasn't used to hearing: silence. Even in the months of silence on Neverland and the month spent here in Enchantra. A hollow aching filled his core at the thought of his lost boys. They had grown up without him. Even Tink. He reached up to his headboard and pulled down a sterling silver chain with two wings hanging off. He saw it back in London and--even though they were angel wings and not sparkling fairy wings--it had reminded him of Tink and he bought them. He ran his finger over the carved feathers and thought of the time Peter and Tink spent at Tiger Lily's camp telling stories and laughing. He gripped the two charms tightly in his fist and tossed the chain over his head. The two charms settled between his collarbone.

He took a deep breath and jumped from bed. Literally leaping from the mattress and landed on his feet with a thud. He grabbed a shirt from his drawer and a pair of brown jeans from his closet and changed. In the bathroom, he ran his fingers through his wild brown hair to tame it, but it was no use. It would always be wild as the boy still locked inside him. His eyes were continuing to fade from their forest green to a tree trunk brown. He frowned. The real world was a terrible place.

He ran his toothbrush under the tap before spreading a pea of toothpaste onto the bristles and went to work brushing his teeth as he searched his drawers for clean socks. Looks like I'm down to my last pair.. That means I have to do laundry. He groaned and looked about the mess of his room. Room needs cleaning too.. Responsibility is a pain. He shrugged, adding it to his mental list of things to do and finished with his teeth. He pulled his shoes on and grabbed his wallet and watch before heading out into the morning air.

The sun was brighter than he had expected which made him wish he owned a pair of sunglasses, but oh well. There were others out and about, but not many on their way to Ruby's Diner which was where he was heading for some grub. Bacon and eggs preferably. He hoped Trixie was behind the counter today. He loved to tease her. He also hoped that Aladdin would either be so late that Peter wouldn't have to see him or skipped work all together. Either way, he didn't want to see him.

He pushed open the diner door and crowed, signalling his arrival. He smiled and waved to a startled Belle and ignored Mallory before moving to the booth he usually occupied in the corner and waited for Trixie or Ruby.

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Character Portrait: Ruby Hood Character Portrait: Peter Pandanski Character Portrait: Mallory Woe Character Portrait: Isabelle Rose Character Portrait: Alice Liddell
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Aura awoke to the sound (or feeling, rather) of a rough tongue on her face and hot breath in her nose. Fluttering her eyes, she came face to face with a speckled tomcat the size of her torso. Any other person might have been heavily startled, but Aura took it in stride and began to scratch his head. "Well, hello there..." she murmured as he purred. Checking his fur, she found now collar nor a scar from where a chip might have been placed. And based on the mud encrusted in there, she deemed him a stray and her new best friend within a minute. "I bet you're hungry, huh?" she asked him, to which he merely gazed at her with sad eyes until she swung her legs around and stood, heading for the kitchen. "Now, I don't have any cat food, but I think I have some tuna leftovers in the fridge. Does that sound okay?" She supposed it was a sign of her character that she spoke to the cat as if it were human, but she also supposed that it didn't mean anything significant. She was happy for the company, for she had gotten a bit lonely as of late.

She put out the tuna dish and smiled as the cat dove right on it. "You need a name..." she whispered, thinking hard. "But a name can't be just anything, it has to suit the person, or...cat, in this case." He looked up at her with wide eyes, licking his chops clean and sitting on the floor while his tail flicked back and forth. "Alright, well, I'm going to think on it over breakfast, okay? And I'll pick up a bed and some toys and things, too," she said, changing into some clothes and grabbing her bag. She made her way over to the door, the cat following her every move so closely that she needed to pick up the pace or he'd claw her heels. "Okay, cat, just stick around here and I'll be back soon," she said as she opened the door. Just as she was about to close it, the cat zoomed through and sat waiting for her on the other side. "No, cat, you stay in and I go out." She motioned for him to get inside, but when she tried to close the door again, he just went right through. They did this dance about three more times before Aura finally threw up her hands in frustration. "Arrête de me suivre!" She exclaimed in french, meaning for him to stop following her. "Suivre...suivre...hmm..." she though aloud. If anyone were to walk by her in the hall they would certainly think her mad, but she paid them no mind. "Alright, I'll call you suivre, sui for short, since you apparently like to follow people." She declared, closing the door behind them both and walking down the stairs, Sui following along placidly.

She made her way over to the diner and walked in to find Mallory and Belle at the counter, and Peter in a booth in the corner. She smiled at each of them and sat at the counter a little ways down from the other girls, Sui hopping up on the stool beside her. Aura had always been sort of quiet, the turmoils of her past causing her to regret any relationship she made. She knew Peter well enough, but until Alice got here, she probably wouldn't talk to anyone unless they came up to her. She pet Sui affectionately and waited for the day to start.

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Just as Ruby began to pile her cooked breakfast onto a plate and turn all of the appliances off until customers began to arrive, she heard the bell from the front door of the diner chime just before hearing an all too familiar voice. "Ruby?" It was Trixie. "In the kitchen!" she called out loud enough for her best friend to hear her. Just seconds passed by before the fairy joined her in the kitchen, "Hey! So, you ready for today?" Trixie always seemed to be a bit optimistic and ready for anything that was thrown her way. Although Ruby was that way as well, she was never as optimistic as Trixie was. Maybe that was a good thing.

The female took a sip from her coffee just before answering her question, "As ready as I'll ever be," she stated. Ruby continued to eat her breakfast as quickly as she could without choking herself so that she would at least have some sort of food in her stomach before the morning rush. Last time she didn't eat before everyone began to show up, she passed out and needed to be rushed off to the hospital. This was definitely not something she was looking forward to happening again. So it would be best to eat something, even if it is just something small.

Ruby just finished her last sausage link when she heard the bell chime once more. It was time to get to work. "Ruby? I could really use a huge cup of coffee." The brunette departed from the kitchen to see Mallory in front of the counter. "Of course," she stated with a warm smile and got to work on Mallory's coffee. As often as the townspeople stopped in at the diner, she has memorized everyone's meals and how they take their drinks. Though she always asks if they want their regular before handing off the food or beverage. There are a few who like to change things up once in a while. Upon finishing up with Mal's coffee she handed it over to her. "Any big plans for the day?" she questioned.

Ruby glanced over at the door when she spotted Belle stepping in and she gave her a soft smile before running off to the kitchen to get her pancakes going. Without fail, Belle has always came in to have her chocolate chip pancakes with strawberries and a rose tea. Moments later the brunette brought the plate and beverage out to her best friend and set them down in front of her. "Good morning, Belle," she greeted. Ruby glanced over at the clock hanging on the wall to see that Aladdin was now an hour late for work. She sighed a bit and glanced over at Trixie, "Could you go take care of Peter and Aura's orders while I figure out what is up with Aladdin," she questioned.



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Just like any other day, Aladdin has gotten a late start. The previous night he was up wandering around Enchantra just taking in the night air. That was one thing he did almost every night. He preferred to be on his own and the night time was one of the only times he had to himself because most people were off at home. The male sighed as he climbed out of bed and glanced over at the clock to find that it was roughly nine thirty in the morning. Aladdin rolled his eyes and stood to his feet before groggily making his way through his condo towards the bathroom to shower. After he showered, he got dressed and made his way into his bedroom just in time to hear his phone ringing. Must be Ruby, he thought to himself as he lifted the phone and glanced down at the screen to see he was correct.

"Hey Rubes," he stated into the phone as he sat down at the edge of his bed and began to slide his shoes on. "Where are you? You were supposed to be here an hour ago. The morning rush has started and if you wait too much longer to show up Trixie and I will be flooded!" Aladdin rolled his eyes as he heard the heated words spout from his sister's mouth. Ruby has always been hot headed, especially when it came to him. "Alright, alright, calm down. I'll be there," he stated just before hanging up the phone and sliding it into his pocket and stood to his feet. The male reached over to his car keys and proceeded to leave his condo through his personal elevator all the way down to the lobby. He made his way out the front door of the building and headed out towards his vehicle.

Not much longer Aladdin arrived at Ruby's diner and parked behind the building right next to Ruby. He sighed as he rounded the building and stepped in through the front door just in time to notice Trixie, Mallory, Peter, Belle, and Aura all in the main part of the diner. He sighed as he walked pass them all without a word and stepped into the kitchen, knowing that was exactly where Ruby was going to be.

"I'm here, I'm here," he stated as he placed his personal belongings into his locker and closed it behind him. "Must you always wear some sort of suit everyday," Ruby stated sarcastically as she tossed him a pad of paper and a pen. Aladdin just chuckled a bit and stepped out into the dining area and got to work.

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Ruby emerged from the kitchen and Belle could just barely make out Trixie hard at work on the other side of the swinging door. Ruby placed Mallory's coffee down in front of the girl just a few seats down and then went back to grab--what Belle hoped to be--her breakfast. As the door swung open again, she could smell rose and chocolate. Definitely her breakfast. As Ruby set down the food before Belle, she greeted her. "Good Morning, Ruby! You know me so well." She smiled at the girl before grabbing the warm mug of tea and took a cautious sip. It was delicious and just the thing to start the morning. She placed the cup back on the counter and grabbed utensils so she could start on her pancakes.

The first bite was fluffy, buttery, and chocolatey, just the way she liked it! "Mmmm.." She moaned around a mouthful of melting chocolate. When she swallowed she called out to Ruby, "These are the absolute best, Ruby!"

The bell above the door would ding every time someone entered and as the day moved on, more and more people came through. Eventually Aura and Alice joined them, both bringing feline companions. They both looked adorable, but one had definitely been outside in the dirt. Belle waved to the girls in greeting before continuing with her breakfast. She prefered dogs anyway. The beasts are easier to tame.

Another ding sounded and Belle saw a flash of blue and black and she smiled softly at her plate. Aladdin was here. He didn't beckon anyone good morning, but that was just his style. Not too long after, he was back out in the diner with a pad in his hand. "Hey Ali!" She called out to him. "I guess you got the memo huh?" She winked at him and gestured to her blue dress. It was almost the exact same shade of blue as his suit. Only his was darker.

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Character Portrait: Ruby Hood Character Portrait: Trixie Bell Character Portrait: Peter Pandanski Character Portrait: Mallory Woe Character Portrait: Aladdin Dagher Character Portrait: Caspian Hook Character Portrait: Isabelle Rose Character Portrait: Alice Liddell Character Portrait: Aura Beaumont
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Caspin was not happy to be woken up by a horrible alarm as well as the bright sunlight. The harsh rays made him regret there ever drinking and he hates regretting something so wonderful. Caspian was used to the hangovers, but the minor headache was unappreciated. He looked over at the clock and saw that it was still really early. Stores were just opening up and people were getting breakfast. While Caspian was thinking about the next 'appropriate' time to drink. Possibly in another hour or so. But he wanted to see his favorite restaurant owner before consuming the rest of the whiskey in his flask. Rolling over in his bed, he then felt another body in the bed.

He grew a bit wide eyed starting at the red head just laying next to him. Caspian had no idea who she was and didn't even remember how she got in. That was when he took notice of her naked body and then looked over his own. It did not take rocket science for him to know what had happened between them. She looked like she was still asleep, so he slowly crawled out of bed. "Hook?" Caspian heard while he was on his way to the bathroom. He turned around and tossed her a charming smile. "Hello sweetheart. Sleep well?" he asked, trying not to make it seem like he had forgotten her name even though he had. She nodded and then pulled herself out the bed. Caspian now completely understood why they had slept together. She was beautiful. He watched her gather her things. "I would stay, but I have work." Caspian has never felt so lucky. "Of course I understand." He watched her get dressed, admiring the body she was blessed with. She made her way over to him once she was clothed and placed a kiss on her lips. "See you around Captain." The red head gave him a two fingered salute before leaving his apartment. Caspian locked the door behind her and went to his bathroom.

It never takes him very long to get dressed. Once he showers and scrubs the taste of alcohol off his tongue, he just throws on whatever smells nice. Standing before the mirror, he ran his fingers through his hair before giving himself a charming smile. Caspian walked back over to his nightstand and pocketed his flask. Never left home without it. He left his apartment and headed down the restaurant. Everyone always came here for breakfast. The service was fast and the servers were quite nice. For Caspian there was only server he wanted to see in particular. He pushed the door open and flashed everyone a smile. Most of them were the women he has had a tendency to flirt with. "Look at all my beautiful ladies in one place." He said, before winking at Alice.

Cas took his seat at the counter, surrounded by the girls. He saw his friend Aladdin and flagged him over. "Hey Al. What's good today?" He had to refrain from adding, besides Ruby. The two were like siblings and Caspian did not want to look like a complete asshole.

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Mallory was waiting rather patiently for her coffee. She wasn't going to rush Ruby since there was no urgent need to open up the herb shop. It wasn't like Mal enjoyed dealing with needy customers that didn't even know what herbs were. It was frustrating especially when the fairy had to pretend like they were right. It made her want to rip her hair out. So she always took her time at breakfast. Mal might actually order food this time as well. Isabelle came into the store and wished the dark fairy a good morning. Mallory smiled brightly at the girl. "Morning Belle" Ruby stood before the blonde with the coffee. If there was something that Ruby could do right, it was making the coffee. "Any big plans for the day?" "Nothing you would be interested in." She said with a small smile before taking a sip of the coffee. It tasted amazing.

Besides plotting to bring everyone here down on their knees, she actually had to clean the herb shop from top to bottom. She really didn't want too. And she couldn't do it with magic. As much as Mallory loved to use it, as far as everyone is concerned magic doesn't exist here. Some minor stuff is possible, but the level of magic flowing through the dark fae might scare some people. That was why she did most things by hand and hated it.

Mal's luck of silence quickly ran out when Captain Hook walked through the door. She hated that dumb pirate. He had no boundaries and just thought that he could walk around drunk. It was stupid and he was stupid. A sigh escaped her and she continued to drink her coffee. Mallory didn't acknowledge him the same way she didn't acknowledge Peter. He was even worse than Hook. She was going to need a second cup of coffee soon.

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Ruby was finally given a chance to finish her own breakfast once Aladdin arrived and got to work. Though once she finished, she cleaned the area and proceeded to step out from the kitchen. She smiled a bit when she noticed Caspian had arrived just as does every morning. He was the one person she hoped to see every day, but of course she would never admit that to anyone, especially not Aladdin. Even though she had a feeling he knew about her feelings towards the pirate, his best friend, she still wouldn't want to admit it.

Ruby began to make her way over back behind the counter and noticed that Mallory's cup was almost empty. Just like clockwork she began to work on the female's second cup. After the second cup, most of the time Mallory was known to go on about her own business and take on her responsibilities at her herb shop. "Here is your second," she stated with a warm smile as she sat the glass mug down on the surface before her blonde friend.

The brunette departed from Mallory and sashayed herself towards Caspian and Aladdin who seemed to be having a secretive conversation. She sighed as she leaned against the counter and shot the pirate a flirtatious smile. "Good morning Captain," she greeted. "Anything I can get for you?" she added as she glanced over towards Aladdin who seemed to go immediately silent when the brunette approached. Now he just seemed to be looking back and forth between the two of them as if he were being entertained.



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Just as Aladdin arrived into the dining area of the diner, he was greeted by none other than Belle. If there were anyone in this town who made him feel all weak in the knees, it would definitely be that beauty. He gave her a soft smile and nodded his head at her question, "Is it that obvious?" he questioned with a slight chuckle before proceeding to step over towards Peter. "Not sure what is holding up Trixie at the moment, but is there anything I can get ya?" he questioned in a more emotionless tone.

He then glanced over to Aura and Alice who seemed to be talking about some dirty cat that Aura brought in with her. "You too, ladies," he stated motioning for them to let him know what they want to eat and/or drink. He figured that since he was here, he mind as well take all three of their orders. Besides, it would just make Ruby calm down a bit and not snap at him again, at least for the next couple hours or so. If there was anything the petite brunette with the red cloak was famous for, it was snapping at Aladdin more than anyone else in Enchantra. Not because she disliked him, because that was never the case. But more realistically because he always seemed to get on her nerves.

Once Aladdin received their orders, he stepped into the kitchen and began to prepare them before proceeding to bring their food and beverages out. The male passed out their orders before hearing his best friend's voice. "Hey Al. What's good today?" Aladdin glanced over at the male and gave him a welcoming nod of his head before approaching him. "Same thing as every other day," Al responded with sarcasm. In a hushed tone so no one else could hear, especially Ruby, he questioned, "So who was that red head I saw you wandering around town with last night?"

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Peter sat patiently, a new skill he seemed to have acquired, while he waited to be served. Trixie was doing something in the back, Ruby was serving those at the counter, and Aladdin was nowhere to be seen. Maybe the street rat decided to stay home today. He was flipping through his phone, when he heard a ding and glanced up. There was a flash of light blue and dark hair as Aladdin had entered and made his way to the back. Not too long after, he reappeared. Then the door opened again and Caspian entered. Peter hung his head. Great, he thought, Just my luck.

He truely didn't think things would get any more uncomfortable for him when Aladdin made his way to their table. Insults about the brightness of the dude suit or how a rat could wear a suit in the first place sat on his tongue, but he never opened his mouth to speak them. He was trying to be nicer to Aladdin and Caspian. He was trying to adult. This was step one. However, he wasn't sure that he'd be able to stick around for long so he said, "The arcade is actually opening soon so I'll need to get going. I'll have a cup of.." he paused. He was going to say coffee since he was trying to mature, but he really didn't like the taste. Juice was too childish so he went with the last thing he could think of, "whatever Belle drinks." He gestured to the girl at the counter with a smile.

"Whatever it is, it makes her look beautiful. I should give it a shot. Might brighten my complexion don't you think?"

Mayday! Mayday! Moving into douche canoe territory! His mind warned.

"Actually I'll have a chocolate milkshake. Have Ruby put a rush on that since I've been waiting a while and really need to go. It's not my fault you show up so late."

Once Aladdin turned to walk away and place his order, he smacked himself in the forehead. So much for trying to be nice.

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Aura smiled as Alice walked in, clutching Dinah gently and bouncing her way over to the counter. She couldn't really remember when she started becoming friends with the blonde, but it was better than constantly thinking about Aura, stop it, she scolded herself. As far as she was to be concerned, her husband and son were dead and she was perfectly fine with starting new relationships with her neighbors. Focusing again on Alice, she shrugged, "Nothing, really. Cas walked in a bit ago," she said. Then smiled widely as Alice kvelled over Sui. Her cheeks reddened when she realized that Sui was positively, disgustingly dirty and Aura hadn't even thought twice about bringing him to a public place. She really needed to remember her manners.

"I think so," she responded to Alice hesitantly. "He was on my bed, licking my face, when I woke up, but I'm not sure how he got in because I've never seen him before. I named him Suivre, since he kept trying to follow me out the door. Sui for short," she smiled at her cat, gently scratching behind his left ear. She definitely needed to stop at the pet store on her way back. This cat was in serious need of a bath and a long night of squeaky toy adventures.

Just then, Aladdin came over to take their orders. Aura pursed her lips, knowing that in the end she was probably just going to get a coffee. She often looked at the menu and stared longingly at the omelettes, but lately her stomach had been acting up at even the mere thought of food. It's like all the years of caffeine addiction were overloading her brainwaves or something.

"Just coffee for me, thanks Al," she said kindly. While she wasn't particularly close with anyone else in the town, she wanted to be. She wasn't sure how to go about it, so instead she tried to just be kind to everyone she spoke to. Her twin sister, Aimee, on the otherhand, probably would have delivered some snotty comment about "the help" and proceed to insult everyone in her presence. She hadn't seen her sister for nearly five years, since moving to Enchantra, but her past experiences hadn't been great and she was certain that Aimee hadn't changed a bit.

Putting Sui on her lap, Aura smiled at Alice. "We should do something tonight," she suggested. She was tired of just sitting in her home watching old movies all night. It was time for something interesting to happen.

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Peter waited patiently for his breakfast knowing that Ruby was probably really busy with customers. He looked to his right and he found his thinking to be true, only he wasn't pleased by the customer that she was busy with. Caspian. His hands slowly balled into fists, but he made himself relax. He was trying to be a better guy. Especially to Caspian, but sometimes their past just... sometimes he just couldn't get himself to let go. He had thought about joining the conversation, knowing Ruby would keep a fight from breaking out between them, but then thought against it. He could barely control his mouth around Aladdin. He really didn't want to know how he'd behave around Caspian, Ruby or no. So he sat and waited.

Peter was actually impressed in the lack of response from Aladdin at his outburst earlier and smiled apologetically at the man, but he didn't seem to notice which, of course, made Peter angry, but he pushed it down and quietly muttered "Thanks for the meal" before taking a sip. It was delicious, of course. Everything in this diner was. It was almost like magic, if Peter believed in such things anymore. He left the money for the milkshake on the table as well as a tip for Aladdin as another apology, and headed off to work. The arcade opened earlier than Peter would've liked, but it as a job and it was fun and that's all that really mattered to him. As he walked, he heard someone coming up behind him. He turned to find Ruby.

Her eyes were firmly fixed on the ground as she walked and when she passed he could've sworn he heard her sniffling. His eyes widened and his chest ached with worry for the girl who was like a sister and he reached out to her without hesitation. "Ruby? Ruby what's the matter? Are you sick? Are you hurt?" He moved around in front of her so she could see the worry in his brown eyes. Knowing her, she would probably push him away and storm off, angry at herself for being seen--She was just that type of girl-- but he had to try. The protective side of him needed to comfort her, even if she wouldn't tell him what was wrong.






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Isabelle finished her breakfast with a smile on her face, and sipped at her tea as she waited for the check. She heard the conversation between Alice and Aura and smiled softly. Alice was always so thoughtful when it came to others. She glanced at the clock and felt a sense of urgency course through her. She was going to be late opening the shop if she didn't leave soon. She was allowed flexible hours, but she liked to be reliable. She waved down Ali, with a soft and apologetic smile for interrupting his work. "I'm ready for th-"

Ruby came out of the kitchen, head down and silent, and left the diner. "...check."She stared after her friend a moment before turning back to Ali, "Is Ruby okay?" She asked, worry filling her features. "Did something happen?"

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Tink had been ready and willing to follow Ruby's requests... Until chaos suddenly broke out in the kitchen. Something went on fire, and she had to help the chefs put it out, and then they'd needed another pair of hands to make up for that... She'd been in the kitchen for much longer than she'd planned or should have been when she finally emerged, still smelling her shirt to make sure she didn't smell of smoke.

It was as she stepped out into the diner that Ruby left, closely followed by Peter. She glanced over at Aladdin, but decided against pursuing her two friends. She'd been too long gone already. As much as she wanted to, she was too guilty.

She made her way over to Belle's table, noticing that she was finished eating. "You would not believe the morning I've had, and we're not even open all that long," she remarked as she started clearing the table. "Anyway, can I get you anything else?" She asked, already scanning the diner for her next stop.

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Ruby quickly lifted her head from the sudden surprise of a hand wrapping around her arm. She was ready to let the person have a taste of her wrath before she realized it was the sweet Peter. The female wiped her eyes and gave him a soft response, "I'm alright. Go on about your day and don't worry about me," she stated before turning away from Peter and began to continue back through town.

How could I be stupid enough to let Peter see me crying. Questions are going to arise, people are going to try to get me to talk things out. Things were definitely going to unfold in an ugly manner, the brunette shook her head at herself as she continued through town towards the outskirts that was nothing more than a wooded area. She stood at the edge of the woods and stared, as if getting lost, hypnotized almost. The woods always gave her comfort, made her feel more at home than anywhere else in the world. Of course she knew it had something to do with her wolf persona, but who would she ever be able to explain this to? Who wouldn't judge her for it, put her down for who she truly is? No one. She knew that. Not even Caspian would understand and he has done horrible things in his past as well.

Maybe she just wasn't having enough faith in her friends, maybe she wasn't taking the time to think things through before jumping to conclusions. But there was nothing else she could ever think about. Ruby murdered someone, took a life from a complete stranger and nobody knew but her. This horrible secret was just eating her alive. The man had family, friends, even had a couple little kids to go back home to. All those people, those loved ones, she took him away from them. For what reason? There was not a single one. The wolf was bloodthirsty, that was all there was to it. If it were up to Ruby, she would have complete control over the wolf. If it weren't for the fact she had lost her red hood somewhere and had yet to find it, things wouldn't have gone sour. So many things could have gone differently if she hadn't misplaced that stupid red hood.

With a sigh Ruby looked up to the sky, tears continuing to slide down her cheeks, "Granny, what should I do?" Finally Ruby dropped down to the ground and sat there, crying, in silence. She needed this time t be alone, there was no other way for her to heal.



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Aladdin was just beginning to get back to work when he was waved down by none other than his friend Belle. "I'm ready for th-" Just as she was beginning to speak she cut herself off when she noticed Ruby walking out of the diner giving off nothing more than a cold shoulder to everyone in the small building. Aladdin just wished he knew what was going on, maybe he'd be able to help. "...check." She stared as Ruby left the diner before adding, "Is Ruby okay? Did something happen?"

Aladdin sighed when he heard Belle's thoughts and walked around to the register as he began to get the brunette's check ready for her as he answered her questions. "I'm not sure. She didn't say very much before she left," he answered as he handed Belle the check. "These past couple of days she has been acting strange. Something is going on, but I'm not sure what. I'll try to send Caspian after her, maybe he'll be able to break it out of her."

Aladdin returned to Caspian with a sigh as he sat down on the chair beside his best friend. He glanced over at him with a serious look upon his face and spoke up, "Something is up with Ruby. She won't tell me what's going on and I figured that she'd tell you. You always seem to have a way of making her open up. Could you hunt her down, see if she's alright. Even if she doesn't tell you what's going on, just make sure she is okay," Aladdin questioned, hoping that Caspian would do this favor for him. Aladdin was never one to ask people of favors, especially since he has never been all that great at returning them. But when it comes down to Ruby, he'd be willing to do whatever it took to make sure she was alright, even if it meant sending his best friend in his place.

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Peter half expected Ruby to bite his head off, but instead, she wiped at her eyes and gave him a soft response. He smiled sadly at her, knowing full well that she was probably anything, but okay, but if he kept pushing, she'd shut down faster than she'd open up. So he nodded and gave her arm a reassuring squeeze before he let go saying, "If you need me, you know where to find me." He watched her rush away, worry knotting in his chest, but he pushed it into a small imaginary box that held all the things he didn't want to focus on. Like Tink's whereabouts. He shook his head hard. Well, that thought escaped the "box". He pushed it back in and mentally locked it.

He continued on his way to the arcade, milkshake in hand. By the time he reached the building, his cup was empty and he tossed it in the trash just outside the door. He reached into his back pocket for the keys, and found the key for the arcade right away. He had the copy decorated so he could easily find it. It had a space theme on it which reminded him of a story he had found about toys coming to life while the owners weren't looking. The pizza parlor was spaced themed and had arcade games--specifically a crane game--and so. A space key. He unlocked the doors, turned on the lights and games, and prepared the arcade for the day's children coming by to play. As he waited, he opened the box slightly, allowing some things to spill out to occupy his time. He found himself disappointed that he hadn't the opportunity to see Trixie at work. And he was worried for Ruby who wasn't usually crying and leaving work early. A dangerous thought crossed his mind. He curled his hands into fists. If Caspian or Aladdin hurt her in any way, they would be sorry.

There was the soft chime of a bell as the door opened. A sign that the day had officially begun. He shoved the thoughts back into the box, placed a smile on his face, and greeted his first customers of the day.






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Belle, worried for her friend, but was relieved to hear that Aladdin was going to send Caspian after her. She nodded in agreement with the idea and said, "That'll be good." She wanted to ask more about what could be causing her to be upset, but resisted. She couldn't let her curiosity get the better of her. Ruby wasn't the type of person to be very... personal with her. She rarely talked about her life beyond work so she was sure she wouldn't get much of an answer out of her. She wasn't entirely sure she'd be able to comfort the girl either. They were friends, but only in the sense they enjoyed each other's company from time to time. Caspian, Belle could tell, was the better choice. She seemed to open herself a little more to him. Still, she couldn't help but worry. She payed her check and was about to leave, when a familiar face came out of the swinging doors in the kitchen. Trixie.

"Hey, Tink!" She greeted cheerfully. "I bet it was a crazy one with all the people in here just in the first couple of hours." She fiddled with the napkin dispenser and the checkbook unsure exactly how to break the news to her friend that she was leaving for work and couldn't stay to chat. She decided that the truth was better than nothing so she explained. "I actually just paid my check and I'm off to open the bookshop. But you know me, you can text me anytime! I want to hear all about it, okay?" She took ahold of Tink's hand and gave it a gentle squeeze allowing her eyes to show just how sorry she was. "You also missed Peter. You should probably text him, too." She stood, made her way around the counter, and gave her friend a hug. "Again, I'm so sorry, Tink! But I have to go, I'll see you later? You could always come by the bookshop."

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Just like any other time Ruby was in desperate need of her Granny's advice, all she received in turn was complete silence. There was no one around who would understand, even if they tried she knew they wouldn't. Sure there were a couple people in town who has killed someone, but the ones who have most likely didn't feel any regard towards the fact they took someone's life away. She on the other hand had so many emotions rolling through her she wasn't sure how much longer she would be able to stay sane.

With a sigh she returned her attention back to the ground. Just as soon as silence began to engulf her, she heard footsteps in the distance. She hoped that whoever it was wasn't looking for her. She was in no mood to converse with anyone. It took all she had not to snap at Peter, the only reason she didn't was because he cared. He was her brother after all, of course he wanted to make sure she was okay.

The moment the footsteps got a bit closer, she was able to pick up on the scent of a man and whiskey. Though it wasn't any ordinary mixture of smells, she immediately knew who it was. As much as she wanted to just get up and take off into the woods to be left alone, she felt herself freeze. When Caspian sat down beside her she took a look over at him, seeing that he had a look of concern in his eyes. "Hello beautiful," he said with a charming smile. "Why are you crying?"

Ruby sat there in silence for a brief moment, trying to get herself to calm down a bit before saying or doing anything. Finally she let out a sigh and returned her attention back towards the woods. "If I tell you, it would ruin how you think of me and I don't want to take that chance. It's something horrible," she stated as she stood to her feet and once again returned her attention to the woods.



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Al was relieved to hear that Caspian was going to go check on Ruby. Hopefully he would be able to get her to open up about what was bothering her, but he had a feeling it wasn't going to be easy. Ruby was never the easiest person to talk about what is on her mind. Most of the time you need to catch her when she is at her weakest in order to get anything out of her. That was just who she was. The woman was tough and dealt with a lot in her life mainly on her own. But he knew she needed someone to talk to.

It didn't take much longer for everyone to be on their way from the diner, allowing him to begin closing up for the day as Ruby wanted. With a sigh he turned the sign to closed and glanced over at Trixie as he began to lock the door. "Have a good day Trixie. See ya later," he stated to the petite woman with a warm smile. He didn't exactly know the young woman very much, but he was friendly towards her. Mainly for Ruby's sake.

He decided that since he had the rest of the day off he would show up at Belle's bookshop just to pester her for a bit. He always seemed to get a laugh out of it. The girl was one of his favorite people in Enchantra and honestly, seeing Belle was exactly what he needed in order to get his mind off of Ruby for a bit. He began to make his way through town towards her bookshop, just as it started to rain. The male sighed and rolled his eyes up at the sky before entering the bookshop.

"Hey Belle. How's it going?" he stated as he stepped up to the front desk and began to pick around at the books that was laying around her.

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[font=Palatino Linotype]Belle bid her friend a fond farewell and made her way to the bookshop to open. She looked up at the sky and frowned at the dark clouds that loomed above her head. She loved the rain. Just not when she was walking through it. The door that Belle mainly entered for the shop was the side door just down the alley mainly because it was also the front door to her apartment located above her bookshop. She entered the shop and flicked on the lights before making her way to the front door to flip the sign to "Open" with an open book drawn below it.

Then she moved back to the counter and waited. Thankfully, she had a book to read while she waited. It was a science fiction retelling of some fairy tales that she knew well. She had already finished the story about a cyborg Cinderella and now she was on to a red riding hood retelling. She smiled softly at the character that reminded her of her own red hooded friend. She hoped Ruby was okay. Especially once it began to rain. Please be somewhere dry she thought.

A soft ding sounded as the door to her shop opened. She looked up and smiled at her new customers: a small boy and his mother. They walked to the children's section both labeled with a sign and bevy of small toys and stuffed animals that were also for sale along with her children's books. She pretended to pay attention to her book and listened to their conversation. "How about this book of fairy tales?" The mother asked.

"What about this one, Mama? It has a genie on the cover!" The boy replied.

"What if we bought both?" She suggested. The boy cheered and they soon found themselves up at the counter.

"What did you find?" Belle asked as she scanned the books through her system. "Aladdin huh? That's a good one. And a book of fairy tales? Ohhh," She held the soft leather bound book to her chest. "This one is my favorite. I have my own copy of it. You'll love it." The boy grinned at her and thanked her for the books. The mother did the same as they exited her store followed by a soft ding and then she was alone. She could hear the soft pattering of rain on the glass which soon turned into a pour. She frowned, once again worried for her friend. Just as she looked back to her book, the bell above the door chimed again as someone entered her shop.

She glanced up and felt her heart do a small flip in her chest. Aladdin. "Hey Belle. How's it going?" The smile on her face could shame the sun as she replied, "Going good, Ali. I sold two books just before you got here." She placed her bookmark in her book and tucked it under the counter. She rested her chin in her palm and leaned on the counter, watching as he flipped through the books. "A book of fairy tales and a book that reminds me very much of a boy in a blue suit that's in this room." She winked at him. Then she sat up quick, noticing the dark spots on that blue jacket and the dampness of his hair. "Oh my gosh!" she exclaimed and grabbed a towel from beneath the counter. It was usually used for dusting, but thankfully she had just changed them and this one was clean. She hurried over to him with his and, without thinking, reached up to dab the spots on his suit. "You're soaked! Lets get you dried off." She hadn't fully realized what she was doing until she had reached up to dry his hair. She froze.

A soft bloom of blush tinged her cheeks pink. Her dark eyes were wide, but she didn't move. She couldn't look away. Instead she just said, "Ah! I'm sorry! I got a little carried away.. Would you like some tea to warm you up?"

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Aladdin gave the librarian a smirk when she mentioned the fairy tale about his life back in Agrabah. He still wondered where Jasmine could be after all this time, but figured that after everything that has happened he mind as well move on with his life. He did still love Jasmine and he always would, but now there was no telling what would be held for him in the future. So what was the point on waiting on someone who may never return. With a sigh he set the book down and glanced around the library as she began to fetch a towel.

When Belle returned to his side, she began to dab the spots on his suit with the towel. He couldn't help but to look down at her with a smile. It was so cute how she always seemed to care about him and wanted to make sure he was alright. That was always one of the things he liked about Belle. She had one of the purest hearts he had ever encountered in his life. "You're soaked! Lets get you dried off." Once the petite brunette reached up to dry his hair, he glanced down into her beautiful eyes before noticing her sudden freeze.

A soft bloom of blush tinged her cheeks pink. Her dark eyes were wide, but she didn't seem able to move. Instead the two of them stood there in absolute silence for a couple seconds. At this point Aladdin was feeling the urge to lean in and kiss the beautiful woman before him, he was just about to give into the urge before hearing her words break the silence around them. "Ah! I'm sorry! I got a little carried away.. Would you like some tea to warm you up?" Before answering her question, he stood there, still looking into the female's eyes for a couple seconds without a word before stating in a slight whisper, "I'd much rather prefer this." For the first time since he met Belle, he leaned in and kissed the woman he has thought about for every second of his life since the moment he laid eyes on her. Aladdin hoped he hadn't overstepped his boundaries, but he wanted to make his feelings known and he wasn't sure how to put them into words. So hopefully the kiss would be enough.

Aladdin pulled from the kiss, his arms wrapped around her waist in a gentle embrace as he looked down at her. His heart was racing as he wasn't sure what she was going to do, what she was going to say. Needless to say the male had been nervous, it's rare that he would ever be nervous about anything in his life.

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There was a silence that stretched between them. It lasted only seconds, but it felt like minutes to her. Her heart pounded in her chest with him so close. What if she stepped too far into his personal space and made him uncomfortable? Although, if that as the case he didn't step back. Instead, he looked into her eyes. There was something there. Something that wasn't there before. "I'd much rather prefer this," he whispered and brought his lips to hers.

ImageA shock went up her spine, and heat filled her. He was kissing her. She didn't even think, her body froze in surprise. As her body began to react, he pulled back. She was sure he could feel her heart beat as he wrapped his arms around her, pulling her closer to him. For someone drenched in rain, he was warm. She felt like she was dreaming. This couldn't be real... could it? She searched his eyes, looking for any sign of regret or that she was dreaming. Or maybe he was intoxicated? No. That wasn't it. She had seen Caspian enough to know the difference between being drunk and being sober. Could it be... that he truly cared for her? Beyond friendship?

She reached up, wrapping her arms around his neck, her fingers digging into his soft long hair at the same moment as she lifted onto her toes, and kissed him back. Her whole body felt light, like she could float away, but his arms kept her grounded. Her heart hammered almost painfully in her chest and her stomach was doing flips. She pulled back, allowing herself some air and looked into his eyes. She still searched for the regret, the mistake, but to her relief it looked like there was none. But she had to know. She had to know that it was real. That she wasn't dreaming. That it wasn't some trick. "Why?" Was all she could think to ask.

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She had to fake a laugh at his story. It all sounded... awfully familiar. Tiger Lily had been a great ally to her and Peter. There had only ever been one Peter on Neverland... Unless he was a Lost Boy that grew up and came here, and gave Peter's name as a fake name. Just like she did.

She listened to his story, nodding a little and running her hands through her hair. It was still damp, so she had to quickly brush them dry on her skirt. The talk of fairies calmed her down a bit. Yes, this was something she knew about. About missing friends and about fairies and Neverland. She was going to ask him about it- until he started telling the final story.

And then he said her name. Not her fake name. Tinker Bell.

Peter Pan was standing right in front of her. She couldn't breathe. Time seemed to stop. She forced herself to look down at her phone and forced a smile. "Oh shoot, I was supposed to meet Belle! I promised to help her out today, she's pretty busy at the minute, I guess books are more popular than people think. Bye Peter!" She said, shoving her phone back into her bag and hurried out of the arcade.

Back in Neverland, she'd only ever been able to experience one emotion at a time. But now, she was experiencing more emotions than she was normally used to. Joy at having found her best friend again. Confusion, because it wasn't as simple as best friends any more. Fear. She liked him and she didn't know if he liked her and she couldn't handle losing Peter again. Anger at herself for letting herself get into this mess.

She was crying now as she hurried down the street. She just wanted to go home. But not back to her apartment, back to Neverland, back to when things were easier. But she had no pixie dust and no wings. She was stuck here, in this terrible confusing place. She wasn't quite sure how she managed to get herself into the apartment without falling over anything, because her vision was blurred. But when she was in, she flopped down onto her bed and pulled out her phone.

To: Belle
can you come over for tea later something happened and i need a chat

Peter Pan was here. Peter Pan, her best friend, the person who had been stolen away by Wendy Darling, was here. In Enchantra.

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"You of all people should know. It will take more than that to get me to just leave you alone." He was right, Ruby knew that but she still couldn't seem to get herself to work up the courage to tell him what she had done, at least not at that moment. Caspian pulled himself from the ground as she continued to pace back and forth in silence, still hanging onto every word he said. "Ruby. Something is eating away at you. You shouldn't have to deal with whatever it is alone. I didn't leave your side when you told me about you being a wolf. I won't leave your side now. You know I keep my word. Please tell me what is going through your mind." Once Caspian finished speaking she finally came to a halt and turned to face the male in the eye. It was time to come clean, to tell someone the horror she had caused in town and in a stranger's life.

Ruby cleared her throat and began, "I - I killed the man that was found mangled to death in town. It was all me. I remember every gruesome second of the murder. The way he looked at me in fear and for a moment it made me hunger for more," Ruby found herself losing control of her emotions. Just as though the weather were agreeing with her misery, the sky began to cry right along with her. It took nothing more than mere seconds before she became drenched in the place she now stood. She brought her hands up to her hair and looked down at the ground as she wrapped her fingers tighter around hand fulls of her brunette strands before adding, "I'm a monster! How could I kill someone and not even think twice about it?" she stated before tears began to waterfall down her cheeks. Ruby wasn't sure exactly how Caspian was going to react to the truth she had finally let out. But she knew she definitely wasn't dealing with it very well herself. The fact that someone now knew just made her nerves worse. Her body began to tremble and the taste of the man's blood began to fill her mouth again. It made her mouth begin to water, as if she were becoming hungry for more. All the rumors were true. Once a wolf has a taste of blood all they do is crave more. Ruby needed to find her red hood and fast.



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Aladdin was completely shocked to find that Belle had indeed kissed him back. For as long as he had known the woman he never would have thought she would have felt the same. Or at least that's what he speculated from the way she responded to his kiss. Though the moment they broke away from each other, the female filled the silence with one word. "Why?" That one word was so much more powerful than he ever would have thought. Why did I kiss her? I know why I did, but how would I explain it? Aladdin stood there for a brief moment trying to contemplate on how to answer her question just when he was saved by the bell. Belle's phone went off, causing him to say, "I'll explain everything tonight over dinner at my place," he stated before starting to make his way out the library before coming to a pause and glancing back at the gorgeous brunette with a charming smile, "You should get that," he added before taking his final steps out the door of the library, into the rain.

Once he stepped out the building he took one glance down at his watch, finding that the morning had went by swiftly. It was already two o'clock in the afternoon. At that moment Aladdin decided it would be time to get himself some lunch before heading out to the grocery store to pick up a couple things for his dinner with Belle. He hadn't exactly given her enough time to answer him in fear that he would be let down, but he hoped she would show up. With a sigh he took one glance at Ruby's Diner seeing that it was still closed for the day. Apparently Ruby was still upset. At that moment he really did hope that Caspian had found her and is still with her. Ruby always became unpredictable when she was upset, that was for sure.

Aladdin slid his hands into his pockets as he walked down the street in the rain, not really caring that it was now pouring more than ever. He was used to being out in the rain. After living life back in Agrabah for so many years as a street rat while growing up, he became more used to many things no person shouldn't have. Aladdin made his way through the doors of JJ's Bar and Grill and took a seat at the bar. He ordered himself a bacon deluxe sandwich with a side of fries and a beer before being served his order and dug in.

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ImageOne minute, Peter was talkin about Tink, grinning at the memory of his lost best friend. The next, Trixie was suddenly was out the door and down the street. She did toss a "Oh shoot, I was supposed to meet Belle! I promised to help her out today, she's pretty busy at the minute, I guess books are more popular than people think. Bye Peter!" over her shoulder. Peter wasn't angry. He was surprised and stared after her with a dumbfounded look on his face. As soon as he thought to call after her, she was long gone.

"Um.. Okay then." he said to himself. She actually left at the best time. Minutes after her departure, kids came streaming in. Peter looked up at the clock. Just after two in the afternoon. The school just down the block had released their students for the day and it was time for them to play. The most popular place for them was the arcade. Peter sighed and ran his hands through his hair. Looks like Peter would be busy for a few hours. Any conversation he would have with Trixie would have to wait until then. Luckily his job was a pretty good distraction.






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Belle waited for his answer. Her pulse pounded in her ears so loudly she was worried she wouldn't be able to hear the answer. Then her phone went off, catching them both off guard. Instead of giving her a real answer, he invited her to dinner at his place and disappeared out into the rain. She stared at him a moment and then, after realizing it was still raining, chased after him with an umbrella she kept under the counter, but he was long gone. She frowned down the sidewalk. I hope he doesn't get sick with all this rain.. she thought as she worried at her thumb with her teeth.

Then she remembered her phone. She rushed into her shop to grab her phone and saw she had a text from Tink. She looked at the time and smiled a little. Tink has said she would stop by after work, but she hadn't shown which meant she had gone to visit Peter. As she wondered how that went, she opened the text to read it. What she read had her reaching for her bag and taking off down the sidewalk, barely remembering to lock the door behind her.

can you come over for tea later something happened and i need a chat

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I'm omw

She raced down the sidewalk, trying not to slip on the wet concrete. Not only did her best friend need her, but she had to tell her what had just occurred. She was at Tink's door in a blink and she knocked quickly and loudly. "Tink! I'm here! Trixie Bell!" As soon as her friend opened the door, she'd envelope her in a hug and ask, "What's wrong? What happened? Are you okay? Are you hurt?" She'd look her over and once she was satisfied that she was physically unharmed, she would warp her friend in a blanket and make some tea as she explained what the rosepetals was going on.

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Trixie didn't move from her spot on the bed until there was a knock at the door. And even then, she only did so to sit up. It was only when she heard Belle call out that she actually got up, resisting the temptation to bring her duvet with her. She let Belle in, not resisting against the hug. She needed it more than she was going to admit. She clearly looked as bad as she felt because once Belle was satisfied that she wasn't physically hurt, a blanket was wrapped around her and the kettle was put on to boil.

"Peter's here," she said miserably. "Peter Pan. He's the Peter in the diner, my best friend. He's Peter Pan, the person who used to be my best friend before Wendy Darling came along and messed it all up." Even in her conflicted and upset state, she realised that she wasn't making a whole lot of sense. Calm down, Tink. Just say what happened. Explain the story, Belle can help you out.

"I'm not... Trixie Bell, I'm Tinker Bell. But that's not a terribly inconspicuous name, and I needed something better when I ended up here. And Peter Pan was my best friend. We lived in Neverland for ages. I was much smaller back then- average size for a fairy. We were the best of friends, me and Peter. I didn't think we needed anyone else. Peter didn't agree. He brought Wendy Darling to Neverland, and everything started to go wrong. He chose Wendy Darling over me, so I left. I thought he was still in Neverland, but... Turns out that the Peter I've been calling my best friend for ages is actually the Peter who used to be my best friend." She didn't look at Belle as she spoke, staring into her tea instead. But she forced herself to look at her other best friend, now the only person she felt like she could trust. "But now I like him as more than a friend, and he won't even want me as a friend anymore because what good is a fairy without wings or even proper magic? He's probably just here looking for Wendy Darling. I should just go back to the world without magic," she declared, sinking her head onto her arms. She thought that mentioning the whole drinking poison thing was probably a bad idea to mention, even as depressed as she felt.

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ImageBelle sat beside her best friend and allowed her to talk. She wasn't entirely surprised at Tink's true identity, but not much. Her nickname is Tink after all. The only thing that was surprising, however, was how long it took Peter to make the connection. Not that she knew Peter was Peter Pan. She had read the story that Wendy had written about their adventures as a child which made Tink older than Belle... didn't it? Thinking of things that way made her head hurt so she decided to forget it and continue listening to her friend who couldn't seem to look at her. That made Belle sad. Did Tink really think that this news would ruin their friendship or something? Was she ashamed to have an alias? A lot of people in Enchantra had one. It wasn't uncommon for the people considered fairy tales to create a new life for themselves.

She reached out, once Tink was finished of course, and placed her hand on her friend's shoulder. "Tink. Look at me." She commanded, gently. "If you're thinking I'm angry with you for having an alias, then you'd be wrong about that. You're my best friend and nothing in this world or any other will change that. She lowered her head sheepishly. "I actually figured it out pretty quickly." She moved over to wrap her arm around her friend and give her a tight, reassuring squeeze. "As for Peter, he's an idiot for not figuring it out sooner. And his thing with Wendy. Way over. She's actually not even around anymore. I don't know why Peter's here, but it's not for her. I can tell you that much. You see, I read about your adventures with Peter when I was a kid. Wendy came back here and wrote them down. She published them as a book that many little kids read. And some big ones, too.

Image She smiled at Tink. "Tink. You don't need to worry about being a "good fairy" anymore. You're not a fairy and focusing on the ways of fairies isn't going to help you. What will help you is being a good person. Which you are, so I mean that's not even a problem. She laid her head on her friends shoulder comfortingly. "This... is probably not what you want to hear, but I think you should talk to him. You don't have to tell him how you feel if you're not ready for that, but don't worry about Wendy. He's also incredibly dense so who knows when he'll finally figure it out. Sooner is better than later especially now that you know who he is. If you hide it, he may be angry with you for not telling him. Belle wanted to share her news with her friend, but it simply wasn't the time.

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Trixie raised an eyebrow at Belle's reply to her being Tinker Bell. It wasn't that she was ashamed of being somebody else, not at all. It was just... she didn't even feel like Tinker Bell anymore. She'd been Trixie for so long that going back to her Neverland days felt ridiculous. She'd been told so much that fairies weren't real, that they were all just stories, that... she'd begun to feel like one. It was ironic, then, that Wendy had actually turned them into stories. It made her smile. Wendy hadn't been bad, it was just... Jealousy was going to be Tink's downfall, that much she did know. If they met now, they might even be friends. After all, she and Captain Hook had made up their differences.

She raised an eyebrow at Belle's suggestion. She knew that it was the proper thing to do, but... If jealousy didn't bring her down, pride would. She ran her hands through her hair, sighing a little. "Belle, you're far too sensible, you know that?" She asked, laughing a little. "I know I need to talk to him, but it's not that simple. Fairies are very proud beings. Did you know in Neverland, we can only experience one emotion at a time? That got messy on a number of occasions," she remarked, raising an eyebrow. "How should I talk to him, though? This isn't exactly something I can bring up while I'm clearing his table or chatting while he's at the counter in the arcade." She took a mouthful out of her tea, grinning at Belle. "Belle, what would I do without you?" She asked, laughing at herself. Even as a human, her moods swung from extreme to extreme. She'd been distraught only moments ago, and now, she was starting to calm down. Admittedly, Belle's presence was oddly calming. This was exactly why they were best friends- she balanced out Tink's mood swings.