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House of the Children of the Sun

The Supernatural World

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a part of House of the Children of the Sun, by Maeve.

Very cool sounding. Right? Wrong.

Maeve holds sovereignty over The Supernatural World, giving them the ability to make limited changes.

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Default Location for House of the Children of the Sun

No, really it's....well, yeah. Just the world, you know? Sitting in space, floatin' there all lonley-like.
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The Supernatural World

Very cool sounding. Right? Wrong.

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The Supernatural World is a part of House of the Children of the Sun.

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Naya Hudese [Nya] [0] Is it so difficult to comprehend my appearance- you havent seen anything yet- welcome to the Light of the Moon.
Akime Xela [0] When we remember we are all mad, the mysteries disappear and life stands explained
Nikire Xela [0] Courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace
Shaunee Everhe [0] "When the day is dead and the moon crests the horizon; that is when hope comes."
Aero Kade [0] "Life is a breeze, you just need to figure out which winds to ride on."

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#, as written by Maeve
The Abandoned Warehouse.
Weather: Chilly & Rainy.



Shaunee Everhe paced.
The rain's fingers were quiet on the window, streaming after one another as tears did, but she was too distracted to really appreaciate the scene. Her footsteps echoed slightly on the cracked wooden floors; her boots, ones whose supple leather had molded to her feet, squeaked every time she raised her foot, as well as brought it back on the wood floors and the cycle continued.
What was she going to do?
She'd known they were coming- her scouts informed her many hours ago. Quiescent was her mind, calm and calculating. She couldn't dare know the future of herself, and whilst the Seer was out of town- was there no hope?
No. There was always hope. She just had to look closer.
Shaunee shook her head in utter mortification at her latest plan. It would work, perhaps, but she needed a willing volunteer. She opened her door. Standing right outside of it was a member of the Light of the Moon. She forgot the name.
"Bring me the Overseer," she instructed, and continued to pace, waiting.

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Akime lay on his back on a bed, staring at the ceiling and contemplating nothing in particular. He had tried to find shapes in the ceiling, if just to pass the time, but the smooth surface had not even a single bump or streak. He sighed and rolled over onto his side. He wondered if there was anything to eat around here; he'd skipped dinner the night before. Again. He felt guilty whenever he ate and happened to look over and notice someone else had very little on their plate. His stomach rumbled in protest, but he ignored it. I don't want to hear it from you, he scolded his growling stomach. Then he thought, I wonder where Nikire is... Oh I hope he isn't bugging someone again!
As if on cue, Nikire burst into the room. He punched Akime lightly on the arm and laughed, "Hey bro!" He plopped down on the bed beside his brother and messed up his hair. "You're a lazy bum, you know that? I was up hours ago and you're still in bed!"
With his peaceful silence broken, Akime sat up and rubbed his now-sore arm, sorting his hair back in place. "Will you knock it off?" He complained. "It's not like anyone's come by to tell us what we should be doing!"
Nikire shrugged and said, "Calm down, jeez. I was just teasing." He produced an apple from his other hand and tossed it to Akime. "See? Peace offering. Eat it. We'll go find something to do afterwords."

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Aero tossed a ball up and down as he stared at the dreary sky outside his window. Rain was a nice way to become calm. He loved the rain. Closing his eyes, he hardly had to imagine the sounds of the fierce winds ripping through the trees and falling rain. It was so spirited and determined. Someone could really learn a thing or two by just listening and watching a rainstorm take place. He sighed blissfully as he counted how many times the ball landed in his hand without him missing the catch. "Seventy-four, seventy-five, seventy-seven--"

"Aero!" The white-haired male turned his gaze to the open door of his room with a questioning glance. The ball dropped on his head, but he merely winced and ignored it as he sat up to concentrate on the visitor.

"Yes?" he asked.

The girl seemed rushed and out of breath, but calmed upon seeing Aero. Aero recognized her as one of the more backgrounders in the group, not somebody who had many problems or someone he tended to talk to a considerable amount. He remembered her name, of course, as he had with anyone else, and still knew plenty about her. It was his job, and pleasure, to listen when people spoke. So he knew a lot about many. "The Originator asked to see you."

Aero smiled at the thought of meeting his long-time friend. "Shaunee. I wonder what she wants," he said to himself as he stood and stretched. He passed by the girl. "Please excuse me." Going down, he finally came to Shaunee's room and knocked lightly on the door, standing by and awaiting a response.

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Sierra was bored.
And this was no understatement, for it seemed that she hadn't moved in over 7 hours.
She sat on the edge of her bed, staring out of the window; a face filled with no expression in peticular.
This is what she did in her free time, besides, there wasn't much else to do. As her room seemed more gray-scale by the second the sky seemed to follow, it was so dull.
She let out a long over-dramatic sigh, and plopped onto her bed and began to blankly stare at the wall, but this had been done so many times that this action in peticular made her a bit frustrated.
So with that Sierra had gotten up and walked toward the door; she needed something to do, almost anything would be fine.

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The Abandoned Warehouse.
Weather: Chilly & Rainy


Shaunee glanced up at the knock on her door, grimacing at what she was about to ask of him- what was about to become of them all.
"Come in, Aero!" she called, voice sure and strong. When he entered, she smiled at him, welcoming his appearance. It was nice to have someone to relieve the constant burden of stress of looking after so many others. "Sit down. Please." She gestured to the sofa in the corner. She usually wasn't so formal, but she was feeling nervous. She brushed back a strand of hair, an unnessasary habit she'd picked up. "The Dark Lord vampire has discovered our whearabouts. He's set ravaged evils upon us. As they will be soon.
"But I can know of what will happen to us- dimly, alebit, but know just the same, if I can know the future of an individual. And seeing as your the one whom others are friends with out of all, I was thinking..."
She drifted off. She would've never asked it of anyone, otherwise. She saw it as a terrible invasion of privacy. But in repelling the attack- it was their only hope.

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Aero stepped inside the room and promptly sat onto the sofa Shaunee gestured to. She seemed a little unnerved about something and as she began speaking he quickly realized why. His stomach did a sort of nervous flip-flop at the mention of the oncoming danger, but didn't dare show his fear. He was always precise and excellent at hiding his true emotions and he wasn't going to make a change starting now.

Cocking his head, he waited a moment or two as she trailed off. She wasn't going to continue, it seemed, but he desperately needed to know what she was going to say. "Yes, Shaunee?" he never was one for formalities, especially by calling his long-time friend by such a label as 'The Originator.' "Go on," he pushed softly, sitting on the edge of the seat with his hands crossed over his lap calmly.

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Nikire waited until Akime finished the apple, then hauled his brother to his feet. "Come on; let's go find something to do. I'm bored." He pulled Akime along behind him as he walked out of the room and down the hall. He paused outside Shaunee's room as a mischievous look crept into his eyes. "I've got an idea," he whispered.
Akime's eyes widened and he shoved Nikire away, further down the hall. "Don't even think about it!" He hissed quietly. "You can't screw up like that because you look like me, and since you look like me, I'M the one that takes the blame for what YOU do! So until you don't look like me, or I don't look like you, just behave!"
Nikire looked absolutely stumped at this. "I'd like to argue that point, but I have no idea what you just said." He raced over to Sierra's room and poked his head in. "Oh hi Sierra!" He barged inside and flopped down on the floor, oblivious that he was intruding. "I'm bored. Let's do something. Got any ideas?"
Akime sighed and shook his head. "You are more trouble than you're worth," he muttered, standing outside of the door politely.

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Sierra's eyes brightened a bit as Nikire and Akime appeared. She wasn't surprised when Nikire walked in without knocking, but she didn't mind, in-fact she was happy that they stopped by.
"Hi Nikire." She replied and smiled.
She looked over to Akime who politely stood outside her room in the doorway.
"Hi Akime.. Ah, you can come in if you'd like." Sierra didn't want to make Akime stand outside of her room if he didn't want to.
"I was just about to go outside, but I wasn't sure what I'd do when I left.." She wasn't much of a decision maker.
"What do you both usually like to do?" She asked, a bit curious and she hoped that maybe this would spark a few ideas of what they could do.

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Akime stepped inside, nodding gratefully at Sierra.
Nikire was eager to share exactly what he'd been up to already. "Well I went outside and I found a toad, and it really loved Aero's pillow, so that should be something fun to watch when he goes back to his room. And I was planning on rigging a flour-and-water trap over someone else's room-"
Akime's eyes widened and he clamped his hand over his brother's mouth. "Shut up, big mouth! Jeez! Do you ever just wake up in the morning and NOT think of ways to annoy everyone else?"
Nikire blinked and said around Akime's hand, "No, not really. Where's the fun in that? By the way, your hand tastes like apple."
Aime removed his hand. "I wonder why," he said sarcastically. He glanced at Sierra apologetically. "I'm really sorry about him. He's a work in progress."

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Sierra giggled. "No, It's fine really." She said quickly recovering from her chortle.
Idea wise, she still had no clue or idea what to do.. She would recomend going to the mall or something like that- but knew that the two of them probably wouldn't be interested. She sighed silently staring at the floor with her arms crossed.
Why she was drawing blanks today on things to do; Sierra didn't know, it was as if today was just a day to laze about. She wasn't really all for playing pranks on people, though they were sometimes halarious to watch, she was again "the person that watched" not the prankster.
"Well.. Any ideas Akime? Nikire? I've got nothing.."

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Nikire looked thoughtful. "We should go shopping or something. All my shirts keep mysteriously disappearing. And that sucks, 'cause I had a real neat one with a picture on it..."
Akime covered his mouth with his hand to stop the chuckle he felt coming. "Er, yeah. Mysterious." He said, looking away. "Really strange."
Nikire's eyes widened. "It was you, wasn't it?" He sniffled, hurt, though to anyone else it was clearly fake. "I really liked that shirt..."
Akime gave in instantly, oblivious to the act. "Well, it's not like I got rid of it altogether... It's under your bed - you never look there anyways."
Nikire grinned. "Great! We should still go shopping. It's more fun than what we're doing now."
Akime groaned. He'd been suckered into it again!!

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Sierra's eyes widened. "Really?" She was thrilled; it was what she had wanted to throw out as an idea earlier.
"So are you okay with that too then Akime?" Sierra asked. She agreeed with Nikire, shopping would be more productive than sitting around here all day.. She looked over to her purse. "Maybe later we could go see a movie." She added just as a thought.

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Akime nodded. It wasn't really his thing, but it was better than sitting on his bed and staring at a wall. Besides, who would keep and eye on Nikire, if not him? "Sure. Sounds fun."
Nikire clapped his hands in delight. "So it's settled!" He nodded happily and jumped to his feet. He raced back to the room, retrieved the shirt from under his bed and threw it on, then rooted around for his wallet before returning to the group.
Akime sighed at the sight of the shirt. It had been a very nice month and a half without having to see that train wreck; he was not all that enthused that it was back. "Shall we get going then?"

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Sierra walked over to her purse, which she really never used and walked toward the door or her room slipping on a pair of shoes.
"It's not a horribly long walk.." Sierra said and smiled. She stepped outside with a feeling that this was the most she's move around today. She slipped her coat on as she walked down the steps.
Sierra felt a bit weak for some reason, like something wasn't right, it made her uneasy as she looked around.

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Nikire was, as usual, oblivious to any evil feeling that was around. He looped his arm through Sierra's like an escort. "I don't mind the walk. It's good to get out once in a while. Besides, Akime probably would've spent the day without ever leaving his bed, so this is a good thing!"
Akime rolled his eyes as he followed them. Though it was probably true; he would've just slept the day away. "So are you looking for anything at the mall in particular?" He asked, more out of the need for conversation than curiosity. He felt a little uneasy, but didn't know why.

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Sierra looked up at the pale light sky. "A pair of jeans, and a new coat maybe." She smiled looking at Akime. "I'm not a big fan of the cold so I might as well get some better clothes more suited for the next season." Snow was indeed pretty, but being cold wasn't a feeling that Sierra cherished..
Sierra looked down at the thin worn coat she wore now, passed its' past glory the coat had seen better days. Its sleeve burned at the edges and a rip on her left shoulder, this had happened when she first realized her power.

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Akime nodded. "Me too. My last coat had its life ended early thanks to Nikire's soda prank a couple weeks ago."
Nikire grinned. "You have to admit; you looked lovely in cola brown." He jumped back to avoid a playful swat on the side of his head, hurrying to walk at Sierra's side instead. "I'm thinking about getting a few more shirts. Ooh, and a trench coat and a hat! I just had the coolest idea... Wait, maybe that's not such a good idea. Everyone seems kinda tense. Hm. Okay, I'll save that one for next time. I wonder if Aero's found the toad yet," he sighed. "Too bad I couldn't get a picture of that. That would have been awesome on my wall."
"This is just an idea, but have you ever considered that every thought to cross your mind doesn't need to be spoken aloud?" Akime asked.
"Wha'? You heard that?"
"Every. Awkward. Word."
Nikire ducked his head sheepishly. "Oops."

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Sierra could soon see the mall, quickly after it cam into view she was walking in to it looking around. A bunch of people were swarmed inside and though it wasn't the busiest she'd seen it, it still seemed a bit crowded for her.
"Where should we go first?" She asked both Akime and Nikire.
"Do you guys like Hollister?" Sierra adored Hollister, and it was the theme of california beach clothes that she admired; the certain style, maybe it was because their clothes reminded her of summer she liked them so much.
But more importantly than that, they had warm sweatshirts and well-made jeans; and the shorts were always on clearance near winter..
"American Eagle has great coats if you want to go there.." She suggested also.

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#, as written by Maeve
The Abandoned Warehouse.
Weather: Chily & Rainy.


Shaunne sighed, then reluctantly removed her gloves.
"Never tell this to another soul, unless your life depends on it. Don't risk your life for me," she added as an afterthought. "I can see your future... if you let me touch you."
She removed the blue gloves- woven and soft to the touch, that she'd never removed in another's presence since...she couldn't remember how long. She held up her hands for a moment, long fingures wiggling in the stuffy air, before dropping her hands to her lap, limp. She left them there and glanced down as a wave of shame came over her. She hadn't even told him the worst part of the power...
Weak. I am weak.
Taking a deep breath, she rushed on before she could chicken out again.
"But I'll see your mind. What you're thinking. While it's happening."
The sentences came out choppy and disordered, but she was glad she'd finally got it out. It wasn't a real burden, but so limited in physical contact as she'd been for the last three years- it had affected her in more ways than one.

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Aero's expression dropped some, but he covered it quickly. He could tell Shaunee was feeling distressed over this, but this was a great decision to make and though it might not seem like him, Aero was not too completely trusting to allow someone else see and know every thought, every desire, every memory he's ever had. But this was Shaunee asking this, his good friend of so many years. He shifted his position, staring evenly at the ground as he thought.

But that wasn't all she was asking for, he knew. She was asking for so much more. He knew so much about so many, developed links with them over the time he's known them and been with the group and that's why he was asked for this job. Through him, she could see his future along with the others'. He wasn't sure if he had the right to willingly give their secrets away. Sighing finally, Aero turned his head up and looked into Shaunee's remorseful, but hopeful eyes. "If it'll help," Aero started, trying to avoid showing the hesitancy he felt, "I'll gladly do it."

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Akime squinted against the light. "I'm just following you guys," he said, edging a little closer to Nikire. Lots of people. Big groups.
Nikire didn't notice. He tilted his head slightly and glanced at Sierra, "Let's go to American Eagle first. You said you wanted a coat, right? And Akime needs one too - again, really sorry about the whole flour and water thing..."
Akime shrugged, looking more than eager to get out of the main area and away from the curious stares that always resulted from someone walking into a building. "Yeah, sounds good to me."

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"Okay." Sierra smiled walking toward the clothing store, she looked back making sure both Nikire and Akime were still behind her and walked into the store ecitedly. The perfume scent that the clothes in here always seemed to give off smelled nice; Sierra always liked it in here. She imediately found the coats and began pushing aside the metal hangers; checking prices and sizes as she did.
"Over here." Sierra said looking at Akime who said he also needed coat. Sierra pointed over to the mens' coats after she had already picked out the one she had wanted.
She had her eyes on the coat she had in her hands for a while, it was only till now that she felt like she really needed it.
"I hope you find one you like." Sierra said with a small but polite grin.

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#, as written by Maeve
THIS RP BETTER NOT BE DEAD EVERYONE POST. NOW. THAT'S AN ORDER.

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(O_O Spectrum's waiting for a post from you too...)

Nikire went into full-on fashion mode once they were in the store. Oblivious to the annoyance it caused his brother, he went from rack to rack, picking out coats and holding them up to Akime's shoulders, squealing in delight when he found ones that he felt looked right.
Akime waited until Nikire went scampering back to the racks before pulling one off its hanger and ducking into the dressing room, mostly to hide than to actually try it on. He sighed and shook his head, faintly amused. He was glad Sierra got her coat, otherwise she'd probably be the next victim.

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(Yay! Everyone's back on!)
Sierra giggled as she watched Nikire's senses of clothing kick in, and quickly went to the counter buying the coat she had wanted.
The coat was folded and put into a bag as usual after Sierra had paid.
"Thanks." Came the unexcited voice of the cashier once Seirra had grabbed her bag; Sierra gave her a half-smile before turning back to Akime; wondering if he had found a coat that he liked.