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Damon Asher Chamberlain

"There's no need to make this more dramatic than it needs to be."

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a character in “Hollow House”, as played by Lamia_Era

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Name: Asher Damon Chamberlain
Nickname: Ash
Gender: Male
Age: 21
Birthday: April 1st
Heir: Werewolf Prince
Likes: the outdoors; adventure; exploring; sports; social situations; homemade food; beautiful women; family&friends; fun toys
Dislikes: irritating&dramatic people; the bullying of others; feeling trapped; nagging; disloyal creatures
Fears: being left behind; being unneeded; losing a loved one
Personality: Asher is an overall good person that likes to take care of problems & the people that matter to him most. He hates to see others get hurt if they did not deserve it, but is quick to let others know when they have wronged him. He's adventurous & energetic, which wields him to try new things or take on views from different perspectives. He's confident in himself & his abilities, as well as courageous. He's not the type of being who would leave someone behind, & is quick on getting into the action of anything. Quick-witted & enthusiastic, he also has his playful side that loves to tease others and sometimes roughhouse. On the other hand, he is selfish at times, impatient, a daredevil, impulsive, & quick-tempered. He doesn't like to be pushed around or underestimated. & to those he dislikes the most, he's dangerous, manipulative, & evil-hearted. Despite his faults, however, Asher Chamberlain has the unending aura of a big brother, a lover, & a guardian. When it comes to matters of the heart, he lets others know he cares just as obviously as he does to say he disapproves. There are no boundaries when it comes to that about him, for he will see another creature as his family even if not related by blood. & as for his lover, Asher gives his all to that one person--he's a bit of a sexy, prince charming.
History: Since young of age, Asher Chamberlain has always been a bit of a daredevil. He loved to prove his strength & agility--his powers of leadership & cleverness. & as he grew up, he learned a few things about how to transform his daredevil side into something more productive & safer for his health & family. As very young prince, he began to take on small pressing tasks & started to learn the way the court was run. However, reading papers all day was never really his style, as he much preferred to take action, such as defending his sister with his fists rather than talking or threatening rather than warning. Later as a couple years passed, Asher matured into a young man & his inner wolf forced itself out. Like all other werewolves, his temper was always on edge & transformation was unbearably painful. & as it was, it took him a little longer than others to gain control but after he did, he was back on track and was able to manage his anger fairly better than most. Some called it his uncanny talent for keeping under control, but that wasn't exactly the case. He just learned how to direct it towards something other than just killing (except when changing because of the moon). & that's exactly what makes him the perfect Alpha Male--his power, his cool temper, & his fierce loyalty & love for family.
Reaction to being sent to Hollow House? Because of all the fighting he knew there would be, he was a bit apprehensive at first. However, his father insisted that it would benefit all if things went smoothly, even if hardship must be endured. So, he accepted it as a bit of a challenge but he didn't get his hopes up on finding "the one."
Which race will you get along with best? Phoenix; for being a fellow shape-shifter & Elves; their love for nature matches well with him, as well as their curiosity & intelligence.
Which race do you dislike most? Demons; their ugly personality annoys him. They test his patience & basically make him want to tear them apart.
Other: pikachu

So begins...

Damon Asher Chamberlain's Story

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Diana Beaumont | thɛ vɑmpiʀɛ pʀincɛss

The petite and alluring creature that was the princess of vampires stood beside the fireplace that had not been turned alight since the chilly night before. From there, she glanced over at the bright, pearly portal that awaited her presence. Through her keen eyesight the entity itself was brighter than she would have liked it to be, as it caused her to lower her eyelids just a tad with every glance she shot at it. However, no matter how much she wanted her adventure to begin, her father would have none of it. He lectured her on how to keep her mind cool and collected as if she had no idea how, amongst other little things that she was perfectly aware of.

Finally, she could not take it anymore. “Yes, yes, father dear,” she smiled sweetly, her pneumatic lips brightening up the room with just one simple act. She was tired of being treated like a porcelain doll by her father—fragile, timid, and in need of sheltering. Although she hated the races she would stay with for such a long period of time, she wanted freedom in whatever shape it came. She needed to venture off and see new things. “I understand everything. I am not a child, remember?”

She grabbed the hands of both her parents before looking towards her brother. To him, she gave a wink of mischievousness and then turned to face the portal within their music room. Diana took a light hold on the locket that dangled from her porcelain neck, and walked into the brightness before her. To her surprise, there was a little tingling sensation all over her body. She had landed on the pristine grass of the house she now faced, but it was bright daylight. Had He given her a few moments to recuperate and thus, given her advantage to run to safety? Either way, she took full advantage of it as she took off to the main entrance. Her movements were quick, quick enough to pass by a set of twins (the Elven twins) with only brushing lightly against them.


Asher Chamberlain | thɛ wɛʀɛwolf pʀincɛ

“Who knows? You might even find someone while you’re over there, my dear boy,” the Werewolf Queen spoke, her words fluid and slightly teasing. Even after their little discussion with Desiree, their mother just bounced back. She was a handsome woman with strong, yet feminine features. And the grin on her face made Asher want to attack her—in a playful way, of course.

Asher decided not to talk about that subject again. They had shared their views on the subject frequent times, but that wasn’t what was filling up his entire head at that moment. He had yet to meet everyone, which he wasn’t looking too much forward into. There were sure to be fights and plenty of them, surely something to always keep him on edge.

He was about to exchange a few more words with the royalty of the land when his twin sister passed through. He had hoped that she would be kinder towards their parents or at least reconsolidate with them before leaving, but that hope died fast. He sighed, waved at his parents, and them stepped through the blinding light. Once there and behind his sister, Asher wrapped his arms around her in a bearhug and walked as he talked with her up in the air. “Maybe you were a bit harsh?” he chuckled and teased her, “you’re so moody, little sister.”

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Character Portrait: Desiree Chamberlain Character Portrait: Damon Asher Chamberlain Character Portrait: Evangeline Almora Character Portrait: Fisher Almora
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Desiree Chamberlain

Although Dezzy did have rather sharp hearing, the way her brother came up behind her and embraced her made her jump with a startled squeak. "Ash!" she protested as her feet were lifted off the ground. Luckily it only lasted a moment, and she felt earth under her. She grasped his arm and gave it a squeeze before turning around to faace him after he commented about her being 'moody',

"Okay, first of all, I am not moody. I just don't like being told what to do." she corrected. Jeez, people just didn't understand the difference these days! "And second of all..." she started and playfully pushed his shoulder with a sly grin and a laugh of amusement. "... who are you calling little? I'm pretty sure we have the same, exact birthday." Desiree looked around, her feet guiding her in a 360 spin as she took in her surroundings. Yep, she was lost. If Desiree was horrible at anything, it was directions. She's lucky to find her way home let alone some mansion she has never set foot in before... especially with other... species.

Desiree's wavy long brown hair cascaded down her shoulders as she spun in a smooth 360, taking in her surroundings. Yeah, still nothing but beach and trees. They most likely had to follow a path. And Desiree was right. A small stone path led into the woods, and when she peeked through it, she spotted a huge mansion.

"Never mind... I think I found it..." she mumbled in awe.

Fisher Almora

Fisher patiently spoke with his parents, but honestly, itched to get away. He was getting tired of them piling on things to do, and things not to do. And about two minutes after his sister left, they sent him off. With a relieved sigh, the quiet man turned and strided towards the portal, and walked into it with no hesitation. When he regained his footing, he saw his sister, Eva, and a large house. A mansion.

"This must be it..." Fisher told himself quietly and caught up to Eva, placing a protective hand on her shoulder.

"Wait up!" she told her with a sincere half smile that he could only give family. And mostly her sister. His kind brown eyes looked around and he took a rather nervous deep breath, letting the crisp morning air fill his senses, and the sound of the chirping birds dance in his ears. He could stay out here the whole times, and he'd be fine. BUt no, he had to go make friends with the other races. That he wasn't all too fond of.

WIth a heavy sigh, the Nymph Prince ran a hand through his matching brown hair, and rolled his shoulders, attempting to relax.... well, as much as a man could. His rather unfocused mind kept wandering back to his home. The lush green trees and their bush partners. The buzzing bees that relied on the colorful expanse of flowers for survival. Yeah, most guys thought nature was stupid. Flowers are girly! Tree's are pointless! Well, for a nymph, that was their lifeline. Their key to survival. Without it, there would be none. And their enemies could take advantage of that. One reason why them nymphs were rather vulnerable, easy to target. Although the other species thought they were the easiest to terminate, they never expect the happy-go-lucky, singing and dancing, eco-friendly hippies (had to put that reminds me of my geography teacher) to put up a fight, when in real life, they were lethal enemies. Some people just needed to live outside their heads sometimes....

But of all people, that's Fisher. Exhibit A, he daydreams about this crap all the time. Well, more like day-nightmares. Shaking the thought form his mind, he walked alongside his twin sister, grasping her smaller hand in his, giving it a gentle squeeze of reassurance as they approached the Hollow House.

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Character Portrait: Desiree Chamberlain Character Portrait: Diana Cordelia Beaumont Character Portrait: Damon Asher Chamberlain Character Portrait: Xander Marcos Beaumont
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Diana Beaumont | thɛ vɑmpiʀɛ pʀincɛss

The smile that had curled Diana’s rosy lips soon vanished upon taking a deep breath. She had sensed her brother right behind her and having her twin there had raised her spirits, but the elixir of harsh scents on her nose vanished her excitement for the moment. She could smell oh so many things within the large house—mansion—they were staying. Everyone’s possessions maintained their own unique odor and her sharp senses had easily spotted it. Some were satisfactory, some were pleasant, but others were just dreadful.

When she had made her way into the foyer, Diana had also set eyes on the piece of paper with everyone’s names on it. Even though the Elven twins had been in her presence as well, she found it remarkably easy to pay to mind to their existence. She smelled their scent, heard their words, saw their faces, but cared not for any of it. Her eyes were transfixed on the roaster for a second before she looked away spoke to her brother as she walked toward the staircase. “Xander, I believe our rooms are one and two. I don’t know why, but they decided that I would be number two, “ Diana smiled at him as she stood beside the staircase. She used the railing to support herself whilst she took off her pumps that were dirtied by the mud and grass.

Then, without waiting any further, she gracefully took hold of her twin’s hand and led him down the corridor that she believed would lead them to their chambers. “I have no idea where I’m going but let’s look at this as an adventure, shall we?” she said with a tone that was obviously influenced by the smile on her face.

Asher Chamberlain | thɛ wɛʀɛwolf pʀincɛ

“Ah, twins, yes. But who was born first? This guy,” Asher pointed at himself with his thumbs as he watched his sister spin around like the grumpy airhead she was. He really didn’t care too much about who was born first, for the seconds were really nothing to him. What made the difference however, was their personalities—their attitudes, their way of speech, the way they interacted, and how they handled responsibilities. Through that list, Asher was the big brother in the brother-sister relationship they shared. It was just him; it was his title.

A little ghost of a grin graced his face and an eyebrow rose when Desiree finally found the little clue that would lead her to their destination. Of course, he knew that her discovery was a surprise for them both—just a little. “Bravo, Dez,” he mused and ruffled her brown hair before beginning to make his way to the place they were required to stay for a long, long while.

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Character Portrait: Desiree Chamberlain Character Portrait: Damon Asher Chamberlain Character Portrait: Evangeline Almora Character Portrait: Fisher Almora
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Desiree Chamberlain

Who was born first? This guy!

Desiree merely giggled lightly at the words, her cheerful, and energetic persona leaking back into her. It was rare that she was grumpy more than a couple of minutes. Then, the next, it was as if nothing was wrong at all. Dez walked alongside her- apparently older -brother and lightly bumped his shoulder with hers, although her petite size looked delicate, she was rather strong, and that movement was hard enough to knock his steps out of place for a moment. Asher ruffled her long, wavy, dark hair, and Desiree teased him by making a slight woof noise. That has always been a little inside joke. Cause, you know, they were werewolves, and the woof was a dog.... Yeah.

The ecstatic girl felt a nervous, yet anxious and excited shudder pass through her body, and she swiveled neatly on her heel and pranced along backwards, so she could talk. It was as if she had eyes in the back of her head though, the way the placement of the stones on the ground seemed to change angle, she knew they were turning. Soon enough, stone gave way to soft iceberg grass and she stumbled, catching herself and turning around before she did a face plant in the soft stuff. She let out a startled noise and caught herself quickly, looking up to see a large, stone, yet modern, mansion.

"Whoa, that is a lot bigger than I thought it would be..." she muttered with an impressed half-laugh.






Fisher Almora

At Eva's comment about being glad he was here, Fisher lightly nudged her arm with his elbow and gave a laid back chuckle. "C'mon sis. You know I wouldn't leave you be on your own." he said rather matter-of-factually. Although Fisher considered himself quite a good brother, he had to do those.... brotherly... things every once in a while, right? So, he gave a teasing grin and looked down on her. "Cause, you know, you wouldn't last a day with your skittish nature." he teased with a kind hearted wink. The dark haired man finally saw the sandy beach give way to clear, open pasture, or meadow green, soft grass, and on the horizon, saw their final destination.

The Hollow House.

Although Fisher wasn't looking forward to the challenges and... arguments... of this place with all the races, he was anxious just to get it over with, so he took a breath, and the beginnings of a smirk tugged at his lips.

Bring it on... he thought to himself, competitively. He knew, that, he would have his allies, and his rivals And to choose each one carefully. Of all the things he had learned- or rather been forced to remember -that was what he would be able to use. The one and only Kingly type thing he could keep in mind and help this whole case go down, and get over quickly.

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Character Portrait: Diana Cordelia Beaumont Character Portrait: Damon Asher Chamberlain Character Portrait: Vincent James Dibson Character Portrait: Marie Dibson
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Diana Beaumont | thɛ vɑmpiʀɛ pʀincɛss

After the Vampire twins went their different ways in order to explore their new abode, Diana entered her own quarters. She was surprised to find that it wasn’t as bad as she had thought. Of course, after seeing the house in the first place it had been a little obvious to her that her bedroom wouldn’t be that bad. However, her previous thoughts on the matter—when she was at home—her mind had wandered into a dungeon-looking place. She exaggerated.

“Not bad,” she murmured after making a full twirl in the middle of the room. She noticed every detail, and although she much preferred classic elegance compared to modern, she had no complaints. In fact, it was nice to have a change of scenery considering that circumstances. And with that little thought, Diana made her way to the bathroom. It was big and bright, but it didn’t bother her a tad. And that was why she found that to be a rather odd. She put down the heels she had finished cleaning and curiously made her way towards the large window that gave way for the light of day.

Diana looked at her feet and studied the little distance there was between them and the light illuminating the bathroom floor. Then, she lifted her eyes to the window and suddenly stuck out her foot. When pain wasn’t felt, she smiled in delight and stood completely out into the light.

“Yes, it’s pretty nice,” Diana stepped out of the bathroom with a bright smile on her face. It was almost mischievous in a way, but not entirely. More like she had a big secret she could not wait to share. And so she did. “I don’t mind the lights here, actually,” she mused whilst positioning herself before one of the opened windows of her room. “I believe that He was thinking of us, too.”

Asher Chamberlain | thɛ wɛʀɛwolf pʀincɛ

Asher was aware of how Desiree walked towards the mansion, as he shot glances at her every so often, but his eyes were mostly focused on the place they were to live for some time. It seemed a lot bigger than he’d expected, but he wasn’t all too surprised. This was probably because, aside from counting just how many rooms they would need for everyone to fit in there, he hadn’t given it any more thought.

“Agreed,” the werewolf prince murmured in reply to his sister’s words as they made their way inside. There, he noticed that most of the other beings that were to join them were already moving about and exploring their temporary home. He noticed that some of them looked anxious while others looked unmoved, but no big fight had risen yet. However, he could sense sad emotion in the air—which startled him somewhat as it awoke his brotherly ways.

He cleared his throat.

“Ok then… Where do you suppose are our rooms?” Asher asked his sister as he clasped both hands together and rubbed them in a ‘let’s get this thing rolling’ sort of manner. Just then, however, an attractive young woman spoke for all to hear. He looked at her and grinned as he waved a hello in her direction as well as her brother’s. “Hey. Uh, we’re… werewolves. My name’s Asher Chamberlain and this is my lovely sister, Desiree,” he responded and averted his eyes towards his sister before returning to the merpeople.

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Character Portrait: Emmaline Quirin Character Portrait: Delroy Figaro Quirin Character Portrait: Desiree Menendez Character Portrait: Damon Asher Chamberlain Character Portrait: Vincent James Dibson Character Portrait: Marie Dibson
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#, as written by Shané
Delroy Figaro Quirin- Genie Prince

Del finally snapped out of his reverie when he remembered Em's begging. Vampires. He'd forgotten they could retract their teeth. He shook his head slightly as though shaking off the dreary thoughts, when Em interupted him.
"So, Mr Genie. Shall we adopt our new persona?"
He gave her a cheeky smile.
"What are you talking about you crazy child? I think before we explore the rest of the house we should find some nice, fat necks to suck on"
He gave her what was supposed to be an evil glare, but what actually turned out as a rather strange mix between a frown and a smile. He immediately wiped the look from his face.
"Well that sure didn't work" he said comically, before grabbing Em's hand to lead her out of the room. "Vampire's shall be fun…"
He was cut off as a fiery haired woman along with a strong looking male walked past. Something was evidently upsetting the female, as the male gentlemanly let her into her room. She exchanged a few words before the door was shut.
It was hard to gage what the males response was, but Del didn't particularly feel like talking to them any way. They were evidently not the best people to talk with at the moment…
Del turned to Em raising his eyebrows slightly, shaking his head slightly implying they weren't the right people show their charade yet. They evidently had things to sort out first.
He started to walk down the hall towards the stairs. When he looked down there were two couples below. An overly happy, bubbly girl, a awkward and shy male, another couple also standing with them. The female was rather pretty and the male rather handsome as well, though quite frankly Del couldn’t care less. What made them perfect to talk to was the way they were open. He and Em could have quite a ball lieing to them.
That was one advantage of a genie. No one would be able to look past their lie for a while, until it was proved wrong. He would have quite a lot of fun pulling them along with his charade. Automatically he adopted a vain and pompous look about him. Giving Em a brooding look. He carefully raised his chin and tried to look as stuck up as possible. After all, that's was what vampires were for. He gave Em a slight indication of the head to the group, before his mask broke into a cheeky smile. He immediately fixed his pompous mask before continuing down the stairs. Drama was a lot of fun, and he enjoyed getting into the skin of another character. At the moment he was second in rank, and from the group below Del could tell none were elves.
Brilliant. They'd be top of the chain for now.
"Greetings all" He said with a rather icy stare towards the group below him. He was careful to keep his chin lifted and his eyes rather haughty and proud.

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Desiree Chamberlain

The sight of people caught Desiree's attention, and she grinned and dashed forward, not really minding they were a different race. Who cared? Well, she sort of did, but she was trying her best not to make enemies... "Hello!" she chirped in a cheerful way when her brother introduced her and himself.

Obviously, it was kind of hard to distinguish the different species just by their human appearance, so she awaited them to introduce themselves. In the meantime, she decided to talk a bit. BUt, when she talks a bit people end up screaming at her to shut her mouth..... "So, yeah. Thats Asher! And like he said, we're werewolves." she made a playful little gesture like claws, and gave a little growl and bounce. That earned a little giggle from herself.

"WHo are you?" she asked curiously, and kept rambling on. "... This is a really big house..... I wonder who else is going to be here? My father said there was going to be eighteen of us here! That ought be interesting..." and she knew to shut up when she realized she was going on a d on and gave a sweet, but apologetic smile in their direction.

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Character Portrait: Desiree Chamberlain Character Portrait: Emmaline Quirin Character Portrait: Delroy Figaro Quirin Character Portrait: Aileen Enora Vesta Character Portrait: Damon Asher Chamberlain Character Portrait: Brenton Aedus Vesta Character Portrait: Vincent James Dibson Character Portrait: Marie Dibson
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Vincent Dibson

Vince, still annoyed with his own introduction, could only be surprised to the way the girl reacted to him and his sister. She seemed terrified of them. What for? Vincent didn’t consider himself particularly intimidating, and Marie was anything but that. But, then again, what did these creatures hear of the merfolk back home? When the girl said her name and race, it made sense. Although Vince never witnessed it with his own eyes, he knew the fundamentals that fire and water don’t mix. Is that why she was afraid of them? Because they live in water? Vince thought this to be completely irrational. Aileen seemed nice enough though, even if she was tensed up.

When her brother spoke up, however, Vince knew in an instant he’s going to be trouble. As Brent sent a cold smile at Marie, Vince stepped in front of her, a sense of protection and tension building up inside of him. He didn’t like this phoenix. He was a threat. When he started talking, Vince’s eyes narrowed, in anger and confusion. Is this a rank thing? Vince never really cared about the merfolk’s status in the ranks. If no one bothered them, why should he? But Brent was crossing the line. Who the hell did he think he was?

When he blew fire, Vince nearly stumbled back in shock. The feeling of intense heat and dryness startled him. Now Vince was confused. What’s this guy’s problem? Aileen sent across an apologetic look before following her brother up the stairs. Vince felt a strange connection to her. He and Aileen shared one important thing in common. They both seemed to be chasing their out of control siblings, trying to keep them from embarrassing themselves and the people around them. He gave a small shrug to her unspoken apology, which meant, It doesn’t really matter. He was about to answer to Brent’s receding form, when Marie beat him to it. “It was nice meeting you!”

Vince’s stomach dropped. “Marie, what am I going to do with you?” He said to himself, looking sadly at his sister. He tried to protect her as best he can, but he knew she’d always go slipping out of his grasp like the little fish she was. He zoned out as Marie started rambling, glancing absentmindedly at the sheet that hung on the wall. Vince decided he’d try to talk to his sister, to open her eyes to the situation. Before he could say anything though, new voices broke in.

Turning, he noticed two other pairs coming towards them, one from the staircase and one from the entrance. He guessed the conversation would have to wait then... He glanced up at the two pairs. The first, who already introduced themselves as werewolves Desiree and Asher, surprised him greatly. These were werewolves? Vince had always pictured werewolves as intimidating, unstable and sullen, not as friendly and welcoming as these two appeared to be. Thankfully not everyone in this mansion was a replica of Brent.

The others, coming down from the stairwell, seemed strange. The way they held themselves reminded Vince of some of the Lords and Ladies he’d seen at royal balls back in the sea, with superior looks on their faces and the flaunting steps. These were the kind of people that made Vince feel incredibly uneasy.

Hearing Desiree’s question, he answered with a bit more thought than the first introduction they made. “I’m Vincent Dibson, and this is my sister, Marie. We’re the merfolk.”

He looked at his sister, letting her once again take the reins over the conversation. Vince was never one for small talk.

He glanced at the werewolf princess. She seemed just as at ease and happy about this predicament as Marie. Vince could see the two becoming close friends, and smiled. It wasn’t like Marie couldn’t make friends in an instant, but it made Vince happy to know that there were other people in this mansion with just as much enthusiasm as she has. Asher seemed nice enough as well, Vince thought with a bit of relief. Not as alarming as he thought the creatures of the night would be.

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Character Portrait: Desiree Chamberlain Character Portrait: Emmaline Quirin Character Portrait: Delroy Figaro Quirin Character Portrait: Pan Arton Character Portrait: Damon Asher Chamberlain Character Portrait: Venus Melissa Arton Character Portrait: Vincent James Dibson Character Portrait: Marie Dibson
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Pan Arton


Before Venus can give Pan an answer, the mermaids began talking again, and Venus had signaled for him to stay quiet. He did. He was only partially interested in what the mermaids had to say to one another. But he listened all the same. The way the female shouted out after the phoenixes once they left was a bit quaint, and a tad dim witted. His sister seemed amused by it, so that made her happy. The rest of it was rather dull. Some naive ranting about there being good in people. Reminded him a bit of Lissa. It was one of the traits he liked about her. Something he'd lost a long time ago. It was something he wouldn't want anyone to lose, especially his sister.

After some time, Venus expressed wanting to make introductions. He smiled at the notion, all the while, secretly hating it. He didn't look forward to meeting any of these people face to face. He was just fine being a fly on the wall, but to actually interact with these people was nothing less than torture. But he knew it had to happen eventually.

Before he knew it, he was being whisked away down the hall and carried into his sister's room through the key hole. Inside he was assaulted by all things white and silver. It was almost painful. It all just seemed too clean and too pure. It was a harsh reminder of what he wasn't. Although his sister seemed to enjoy it. He was glad. "It's beautiful." He told her. "For you. I just hope my room doesn't look anything like this."

Pan didn't mind being taken into this room as she changed, except for the whole pureness and light thing. Being faeries, he wasn't bothered by the naked body. As she changed, Pan looked on and watched her put on her new dress. He smiled at it. "It's very flowery." He commented. "It looks great on you. I think it's a bit formal, though. We're just going to be meeting all of the other races. It's hardly worth looking nice for." He said rather coldly. "Never mind. You look great. Now it's my turn." He turned and flew the same way he came in. "Hurry before the vampires get you." He teased as he flew across the hallway. Fortunately, his room was just across the hall from his sister's. Only a few measly feet of danger zone. But Pan didn't see any vampires out in the hall, and actually believed that the vampires hadn't have arrived at all. He flew into his own room and looked around.

"This is more like it." The place was dark. Black floors, black walls, black furniture, black everything. There was also plenty of white, but it contrasted nicely with the blackness. It reminded him of his own heart. He felt like he would be sleeping inside his own soul tonight, as odd as that sounds. He didn't wait for his sister to walk in, knowing she was right behind him and would be coming in at any moment. He flew into his closet and started looking through his options. He didn't spend long. He found a plain black t-shirt, and a dark green jacket. He also found a pair of black jeans. He laid the outfit out on his bed and began his transformation back into his larger size. He changed quickly, not wanting to keep his sister waiting to begin the meet and greets. Once the last article of clothing was one, he walked to the door, grimacing at his sister on his way out.

"So where are we off to now?" He asked her as he stepped into the hall. "Walk around until we find somebody? Or is there some place specific you'd like to go?"

Marie Dibson


Marie took her eyes off from the paper hanging on the wall to look at her brother, who felt like he had something to see. She could feel that he wasn't exactly happy with the way the previous conversation went, but hadn't had the chance to say anything about before the hall was filled with even more people. Marie nearly squealed, but held it in.

The first pair, that entered through the door, introduced themselves as werewolves, which piqued the mermaid's interest. She imagined their transformations as something cute and adorable, like puppies. She didn't know what puppies are, but thought they would be adorable, like starfish. She had to resist the urge to pet them both on the heads right then and there. But they were people first, and she was aware of it. After all, they did look and act like people. And these ones appeared a lot more friendlier and open than the phoenixes.

The other pair hadn't made any introductions such yet, but carried a very sophisticated aura about them. They appeared to think themselves above all the rest, and not just because they were on the stairs. She had no idea who they were, but they too seemed less grumpy than the phoenixes.

Before she could get over her excitement to say anything, Vincent made the first move and introduced themselves to the strangers. A sense of pride welled up in the sister, proud of her brother for taking such a daring move. She put her arm on his shoulder and shot him a smile. "That was really good." But then could sense his bravery fading away, and decided to take the reins.

She turned to the werewolves and gave them both a warm smile. "It's very good to meet both of you." Then turned to the strangers on the stairs. "You too. Like my brother said, we're merfolks. We come from the water, and it isn't often we get to meet members of the other races. It's kind of like having a party, isn't it?" She turned towards the female werewolf, Desiree, whom Marie felt a special bond with for some reason, like she reminded her of somebody back home.

"Yes, this is a big house, isn't it?" She responded to Desiree's inquiry. "We haven't had the chance to go past this room, and I'm still not quite sure how we're going to get up to the higher floors, since our bodies seem to want to stick to the floor for some reason. I'm still not quite used to getting around on these legs. Do you guys have to jump to get to high places? Is that what you call it? Jumping?" She thought about it for a little while, and then realized that she just got off on a tangent and had to try to return back to the conversation at hand. "As for the number of people here, I think it's 20. It is still a lot though. But you can check out this list to be sure." She said, pointing to the list by the door. "We're all on it!" She says, almost exploding with excitement. "It even tells us what rooms we're sleeping in."

She turned back to the strangers on the stairs. "Oh, I almost forgot. You never told us who you were. Oh, wait, I want to guess. Nymphs? No, faeries! No. Okay, I give up."

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Character Portrait: Juliet Reyes Character Portrait: Emmaline Quirin Character Portrait: Delroy Figaro Quirin Character Portrait: Desiree Menendez Character Portrait: Damon Asher Chamberlain Character Portrait: Leonardo Reyes Character Portrait: Vincent James Dibson Character Portrait: Marie Dibson
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Delroy Figaro....Beaumont??? - Genie...Vampire?? Prince

Del watched in hidden amusement as Em's face hardened and a haughty and proud look dominated her usually cheeky and fun-loving smile. He glanced back down at the growing number of people. Two new twins came in introducing themselves as were-wolves in a rather childish manner. If Del hadn't been pretending to be a stuck-up vampire he probably would have joined in the joking, as it was her retained a cold stare and allowed a mocking smile to change his features.
That was when the elves appeared. Damn! They always had to appear when they weren't wanted, stuck up creatures. It would have been nice to be top of the ladder for a while. Ah well, second certainly beat last...that was when the elf prince gave himself and Em a hard look. Del kept his mask of pretence arrogance in place perfectly, but inwardly he cowered. Surely they wouldn't ruin their fun so early? He hadn't even started yet! Evidently the elf knew something was amiss, but he didn't question it further, continuing down the staircase to who was obviously his sister.
Del inwardly let out a sigh of relief, before being distracted by a very ditsy comment by the mermaid princess. Ugh! How dumb could you get? Nymphs and faeries??? Ew. Was he and his sister really that bad at acting? Then again she'd already proved herself ditsy earlier, so it was more likely her. Besides it would be rather fun to rebuke her.
He let out a sniff of disapproval at the mermaids comment, putting on an affended look.
"Do we look like fairies and elves to you?" he said in an affected show of hurt pride. "I am the Vampire Prince, Delroy Figaro-"
He was about to finish his name, when he realised they would probably know the genie last name. It was lucky he was good at lieing.
"Beaumont" He finished smoothly "And my sister, Emmaline Mercy Beaumont"
That was when the elves introduced themselves. Secretly this annoyed Del. He'd just done such a good performance, and here the elves were taking away the lime light. Outwardly he regally turned his head to observe them in obvious scrutiny as the male introduced themselves.

In a pretence of being slightly bored, Del glanced around the room. Perhaps he was pushing his luck by being borderline rude, but he couldn't help but playing the role for all it was worth.