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Camp Good

a part of xXx The Unseen xXx, by AngelGirl.

Haven for the Naturally Good Population: 426

AngelGirl holds sovereignty over Camp Good, giving them the ability to make limited changes.
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Camp Good is a part of The Unknown.

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The land appears to be well-worn and muddy, the structures that stand here are made with gorgeous, cherry-wood finishings. There is an elementary school nearby, and a large structure standing in the Square, reading: Those Who Do Good, Are Good

Nothing to see here. Move along, 2721928.

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Aimée sipped her coffee peacefully, scanning the cafeteria. It was easy for the guards to slip up in the morning, before they'd gotten the chance to get their footing and start harassing people. Sometimes they'd say something a little too loud, or be clumsy with a door and forget to cover the keycode box. It was those moments that fueled Aimée in the mornings and had her getting out of bed earlier than she needed to. All she needed was one chance, one break, and she could wreck the entire Society. So, she watched, and she waited.

It was due to this attentiveness that she saw Alexandra slip in and circle the room, finding her instantly but giving it a minute to make it look random. Aimée had to admire her style. Alexandra had a certain...grace about doing things she wasn't supposed to be doing. It was the reason Aimée had chosen her as her Second, and the reason she knew her plan was going to work.

"What's cooking?" Alex said as she took a seat near Aimée. Aimée smiled at her briefly, before continuing her surveillance of the area.

Her eyes narrowed as she saw one guard slip another a piece of paper. A meaningful glance. Even Camp Good wasn't a stranger to gambling and other vices, but they were usually smarter than placing bets in the middle of the cafeteria. Guard One walks to his rotational position on the East side of the room, while Guard Two continues to the West. Trip. Look left, right. Keep walking. Something was different. It was 07:30, and there were definitely supposed to be more officers in the room than there were. There should not be two guards at different cardinal locations, there should be five or six scattered throughout the room. Which meant that the others were needed somewhere. But for what?

"Something's different. Nothing changes around here, ever. We're the nice little elves that do what we're told. So what's happening now?" Aimée wondered aloud. Sipping her coffee slowly, she looks to Alex, her eyes glinting. She'd had plans to share this morning, but those could wait. Her curiosity was getting the better of her. If there was even a small chance that something was going to happen on her turf for a change, she wanted to be there for it.

"Up for an adventure?" Aimée smirks.

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"Something's different. Nothing changes around here, ever. We're the nice little elves that do what we're told. So what's happening now?"Aimée remarked then.

Something was different? Alex gave a yawn, making herself stretch back in her chair as she began to look around the cafeteria room. Same old goody crowd at the tables they tended to migrate to. The chatter she could catch was meaningless, talking about the 'amazing' gruel they were eating and what special privileges so-so would receive for doing so-so good deed. It seemed like the same boring scenario to Alex. There was Bethany and her flock of wanna-bees. They tried to live up to the rules but they always fell short. They were coming up to judgement day. He wondered if they would really pass the test. Only thing to do was wait and find out. Alex did her best to seem like a good kid to. Maybe they were just trying too hard and they were in the same boat? Alex scoffed to herself and brought her attention back tot he situation at hand.

She didn't see anything too out of the ordinary. What was Aimée talking about? Her eyes drifted up to he people handing out food but they were the usual crowd too. There was guard 1 doing his rounds. The other one shouldn't be too far behind... but where was guard 2? She frowned lightly and her eyes re-scanned the crowd then. She did spot the second guard but there were only two. What happened to the others? They tended to cross paths frequently around here, even if they were in the obedient camp. Had something happened in the bad camp then? Something had to be going on. That was usually the reason why guards were taken away from the good camp.

"Is it the guards? The reason you called me? What's the scoop?" Alex whispered. Before she could get her answer, Aimée mentioned going on an adventure. Alex's smile turned into a smirk, an almost malicious glint in her eyes sparkling. "When am I ever not in the mood for adventure? What's on the agenda, Boss-Lady?" she asked then. She sat up straighter in her chair and started to twist one of the rings on her finger in excitement. "Is it something I can do right now? Is it about the guards?" Alex cleared her throat and looked away, trying to quell some of the enthusiasm though she doubted the two guards would notice her among other inmates.