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located in Purgatory, a part of Fated Wings, one of the many universes on RPG.




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Character Portrait: Kimberley Lane Character Portrait: Dax Mitell
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Kimberley Lane

They had certainly not met eye-to-eye when they first met, but in the time that they had shared together despite the times that Dax did annoy her, they did seem to get along somewhat and Kimberley felt that she could trust him, even if she couldn't see his eyes. She certainly hadn't let that go, though she had quite a bit on her mind as part of her thought about things back home while another part thought about things here and Dax. Kimberley couldn't help thinking of others as such was the type of person that she was, even to those that have been a jerk to her yet remain on the top of her mind; her brother since he was still her family regardless, and Dax since he was the only one she knew around here.

She did however remain concerned about the whole jumping out the window without letting her know. She felt that it was in both of their interests that a 'heads up' be made, as it would save her from freaking out and tensing up and as a result, it would save Dax from worrying. Afterall, he did say not to do it again so she wanted to try and not do it, as Dax replied "I guess that could be arranged. But if I make a dash for it either follow me closely or pretend you don't know me". She couldn't help but pull off a thin smile at the latter part of his statement, though her course of action would no doubt be the former with her staying as close to him as possible. Least she knew where she stood with him unlike the others who she had no idea about and with these 'mafia-type' demons about that she wanted to avoid at all costs.

"Is the princess hungry?", Dax asked her. "I'm famished! Screaming takes alot outta ya you know....or maybe not, but still...", she replied as she couldn't see Dax screaming, yelling maybe, before adding, "Depends really on the menu, because if its something gross, I might lose my appetite". Afterall she was in this new world. She had watched from science fiction shows where they are in a new world and their food is completely different and some not very appealing to the eyes, so she hoped there was something or she would struggle until it was time to return home. Kimberley still was trying to get used to the whole 'princess' thing, but she decided to let it be. As long as Dax was with her she'd be fine, so she left finding a place and finding something to eat to Dax. Kimberley wasn't so hard to please, as well as it smelt good, tasted good and filled her up, all was well.