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located in Stratos, a part of Meet Me in Stratos, one of the many universes on RPG.

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(OOC: fair warning, this will be a bit of a read as I'm in an amazingly creative mood and I'd like to get introductions quite quickly out of the way so we can get this show on the road. I feel quite inactive at the moment :()

Danielle nodded in acknowledgment once more, biting on her lower lip. The spark point... Danielle wondered. Was this place for real? Was this really where people come to after death? "What about everybody that's been living here...how long have they been here?" Danielle wondered aloud. How long must some of these people be looking for themselves for? Was it totally worth it? They came here for a reason - they died. Maybe that meant they weren't meant to look back and find what was lost. What was meant to stay lost.

This train of thought lead Danielle to think about what she's lost. What she's left behind. Again, tears stung her eyes; she hugged herself, choking down the pain. Everythings gone, just like that. A click of the fingers, a switch of a light switch. Poof. Danielle thought of the family she might of had, the friends and business life she could have lead. Did she have kids? Was she married? She would never know. This drove Danielle crazy. Mentally, she saw herself on her knees, screaming, throwing insane tantrums like a two year old being told "no". On the outside, her composure was more mature, hugging herself tight as if she were cold, tears only softly rolling down her cheeks. She wiped them away before they could escape to the ground and straightened her clothing.

Danielle looked up to the people Fawn was mentioning, her lovely pink hair moving so slightly in the wind. Avery was the boy who had called to them earlier, only a few feet away. Danielle sighed, looking across to see another boy, Alec was his name. So many unfamiliar faces - not that she expected she'd know anyone, even if she could remember. She was an outsider, a stranger in a world where everybody seemed to know everybody. Like being a new kid in a new high school. But only this was a totally new world, a totally new universe. This was death. Was there such things as Angels and Demons here? Was Fawn really an Angel guiding Danielle somewhere safe? No, this would have to be it. There's nothing past this. This is just hell. Nothing could make you suffer more.

"Where do we all stay?" Danielle said quietly, in a small voice. She looked to the sky; it was changing so slowly before her eyes. It was a beautiful, breathtaking sight. The splashes of color merging into a deep, dark blue, mixing with a purple that mixed with a pink The splashes of color, all of them, seemed to change into a red. The sky reminded Danielle of a lava lamp. How many galaxies were out there? How many other places like Stratos existed? So many possibilities. Danielle now had all the time in the world to ponder these possibilities, now that she was dead.