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located in Fiore, a part of Fairy Tail - A New Generation, one of the many universes on RPG.




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Character Portrait: Tatuso Dread Character Portrait: Ariana Hasani Character Portrait: Amaya "Rin" Miyuzaki Character Portrait: Dyandin Eckkhart Character Portrait: Miya Winters
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~Miya Winters~


"Hmmm..." Miya tilted her head, staring blankly at the owner as he first reacted rudely to them, then apologized and decided to treat them. When he promised it was delicious, Miya asked, "If it isn't does that mean I can cut your tongue out?" It wasn't a serious question, but Miya didn't really like this man, and she thought having ones tongue cut out for lying wasn't an unjust punishment. After the man got their menus and such, Miya gazed around the place, watching as her puzzles chose their seats. A smile came onto her face once again as she went to sit next to Aria who was looking over the menu. Seeing the girl's hair fall made her remember that Aria had stabbed the Wyverns eyes with her clips. The image of Aria removing the clips, along with the Wyverns eyes, from its head played in her mind for a moment, making her giggle slightly as she opened her own menu.

Everything pretty much looked the same to Miya. It was food, neither appealing nor unappealing. She didn't find any sweet things listed, so her cheeks puffed out slightly, since sweets were the only thing she actually had a taste for. In her disappointment, though, with where they were it should be obvious the sweets wouldn't be on the menu, she glanced at Aria and then at Dyandin. When she saw him she blinked, tilting her head slightly. He seemed off somehow, and mumbled something Miya couldn't quite hear before putting down his menu. He must have figured out what he wanted, but again, she thought he seemed off somehow. Her curiosity was currently caught by the king who now wore casual clothing. She would be paying closer attention, else she miss something.

Moving her eyes back down to the menu in front of her, Miya's eyebrows furrowed as she hmmed. Finally, she clicked her menu down onto the table, "Well, everything looks the same to me, sooo..." she smiled over at the girl beside her, "I'll just get whatever Aria gets. Problem solved!" Content with her decision, her eyes once again went to Dyandin. Usually Tatsuo would have done or said something to gain her interest by now, but currently, she simply stared at Dyandin as though staring would reveal the inner workings of his mind.