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located in Sanctuary, a part of Noctis Aeternitas, one of the many universes on RPG.

Sanctuary

A small, quaint town with a secret.

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Character Portrait: The Town of Sanctuary Character Portrait: Aila Ryuzaki Character Portrait: Selene le Valnosia Character Portrait: Athanasios Croix Character Portrait: Vicentius Caelum
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The woman at the desk glanced up at Vicentius and blinked slowly. “Just one second, Mr. Calloway," she stated as she glanced at the computer screen. She typed something into it, but Ezekiel knew she was just passing time until he came around the corner. He sighed to himself, though. He didn't need the doctor poking around too much. Oh, he could smell the good doctor's intentions. It wasn't every day that vampires arrived in Sanctuary, after all. He knew what the good doctor and his family were, but he didn't know why they were here.

He thought the last of the vampire vermin had been exterminated, but he supposed he'd find out what they were doing in Sanctuary. First thing was first, though—he needed to get the doctor away from the station. He knew exactly why the man was here—Aila had always been easy to read. Her emotions were as clear as day. The doctor was here to check up on Ezekiel, but he couldn't have that. Instead, he cleared his throat, and walked into the doctor's view. He purposefully stayed behind the counter, though. Doctor or not, he wasn't allowed to go behind the counter.

“Doctor Calloway," he stated, offering the doctor a feigned smile. “What can I do for you?" he asked, keeping the smile in place. The phone nearest to him began to ring, and Adelaide, the woman at the desk, answered. It was strange, though, considering that the phone that rang was the one used for emergencies.

“Ma'am, please calm down. Where are you?" she spoke in a calm, trained voice. Ezekiel raised a brow as Adelaide scribbled something down on a piece of paper. “Alright, the Sheriff is on his way," she spoke, hanging up the phone and glancing up towards Ezekiel. “An animal attack," she stated, handing Ezekiel the piece of paper with the address on it. “She claims it wasn't a dog, though. It was a creature with no hair, elongated arms and legs, and sharp fangs," she continued. Ezekiel would have rolled his eyes, but he had a certain air to display.

“Sorry Calloway," he stated, leaning back to grab his jacket, “perhaps another time?" He didn't leave much room for a response before leaving out the front door.


Aila smiled at the response and nodded her head. “We will be there," she replied, watching as Adrien nodded his head as well. She was excited about getting to know this family. She wanted to know where they were from, what they liked. Learning about new people was always interesting to her, and she supposed it had to do with the fact that she hadn't really left Sanctuary. Something kept her here, some invisible line that pulled on her mind if the thought even crossed her.

“I do not," Adrien replied to Arthur's question. For as long as she'd known him, Adrien ate almost everything she put in front of him. If he had allergies, she would have known about them one way or another. She shook her head in way of response, as well.

“Not that I am aware of," and she hoped she didn't. Food was delicious, and she loved to eat. It would be devastating to her if she couldn't eat certain foods, but she knew some people did have allergies. She felt bad for them, but at least there were alternatives to it. Before Adrien could lead the way to the grocery, the phone went off, however; Aila pursed her lips together. It wasn't the shop phone, nor her cellphone. From the look on Adrien's face, it wasn't his, either. Both of them turned towards Arthur and Celeste. Perhaps it was one of theirs?