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located in Bear Point, a part of Secrets Of Bear Point, one of the many universes on RPG.

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Strictly speaking, Madison Pines probably should have still been in school. Teaching hadn't finished yet, not officially. But nobody expected to see the seniors in. They graduated in three days, so what was the worst the school could do? Maddy was pretty sure that the principal was just glad to have one less cohort of teenagers to attempt to control. And besides, even if she wasn't in school, that didn't mean she hadn't been productive. She'd gone for a run with her mom before she'd had to leave for work. Bear Point's sheriff was kept exceptionally busy at the moment. Maddy had got up early specifically so they could run together, because otherwise, she probably wouldn't see her mom until late that evening. Her mom was a pretty hard person to stress, but a dozen disappearances in the past month would rattle even the calmest of people.

She'd spent the morning writing then, concocting elaborate stories that she could hide in, even just for a few hours. Writing was the one thing that let her escape everything. Her worry for Jordan and Kate, her confusion over her feelings, her fear that whatever was causing people to disappear was going to get to her loved ones. All she really wanted was to not have to feel any of that for a few hours, and so she buried herself in fiction. But now, her legs were starting to ache, and she was dying for a coffee. And besides, it was a beautiful day outside. Fresh air might help to calm her rushing mind. She sighed and got to her feet, pulling on her jacket and pulling out her phone to text Jordan.

"i am in desperate need of coffee. met you at joe's in 10?"

Graduation held a lot of fear for Madison. She was pretty sure that most of her fears weren't the fears that her classmates had. Most of them were excited to get away, to escape this tiny town. And Madison understood that. But she was also afraid of what would happen when she left. She'd never admit it, especially not to her mom, but she was afraid that something would happen to her mom when she wasn't around. She didn't want to be across the country when whatever was stealing these people finally got to her mom. And what about Jordan? What about Kate? What would happen to them? She sighed as she closed the door behind her and took in the fresh air. For once in her life, she would have loved things to just be... easy.