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located in Smithbrook, a part of No One Mourns The Wicked, one of the many universes on RPG.

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Character Portrait: Rosemary Scott Character Portrait: James Goldsmith
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"I would have gone with you," he said, his admission hanging in the air like an early morning fog. It was true, he realized with little surprise. Rose had been the best part of his life in this town and if she left and she would have him, he'd leave too. He looked away, wondering just how much of an admission this was on his part.

"You deserve to be happy. You know that, right? Don't tell yourself otherwise," he told her. He looked at her again and frowned when he saw her tears. He leaned closer to her, "Don't cry..."