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Candie Jones

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a character in “Killer on Campus”, originally authored by Aquamarine, as played by RolePlayGateway

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« "I am who I am, I'm not going to change." »


Sexy Naughty Bitchy Me | Tata Young


Fᴀᴄᴇ Cʟᴀɪᴍ ◆ Nina Dobrev ❘ Pᴏʀᴛʀᴀʏᴇᴅ Bʏ ◇ Aquamarine


Dɪᴀʟᴏɢᴜᴇ Cᴏʟᴏʀ ◆ Magenta ❘ Tʜᴏᴜɢʜᴛ Cᴏʟᴏʀ ◇ Cyan

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|Full Name|
⌊Candie Denise Jones⌉

|Alias(s)|
⌊Spirit || Commonly Used⌉

|Gender|
⌊Female⌉

|Age|
⌊21⌉

|Year|
⌊Sophomore⌉

|Sexuality|
⌊Heterosexual⌉

|Nationality|
⌊Bulgarian⌉



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|Secrets|
1. Witnessed part of the death of Miranda, the previous Delta President.
2. Started the rumor about Cassie's suicide attempt.
3. Sleeps with her English Professor.
4. Spent two months in juvie for starting fires.

|Personality|
Candie is your typical sorority girl. She has the attitude, the looks, the style, and of course the guys. She loves to party and she pretty much throws one almost every weekend. When she doesn't throw one, she attends one. But that doesn't mean she doesn't stay on top of her school work, that always comes first. Candie just prefers the drugs, alcohol, the boys, all the sex, etc. All in all, she is the typical bitch of the school. Besides, if it weren't for her, half of the rumors and gossip about the students wouldn't be around, she is the one who started most of it. Though the most recent was about Cassie. But you'll have to join the school to get in on it.

Don't get her wrong though, she does have a more classy and kind side, one that she shows around adults. Around everyone else, she is who she is and there is nothing you can do about it other than just dealing with it.
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|History|
Candie Jones was born into money, she always got everything she wanted and that will never change. Because of this she turned into the stubborn bitch she is now. She doesn't really care about anyone but herself. That showed while growing up. Her parents forced her into straightening out her attitude around other adults because they didn't want Candie to make a mockery out of them. Of course she did as she was asked, but behind closed doors, she was the one who ruled the house.

During high school, she was the queen bee. All the girls wanted to be her, all the guys wanted her. She became captain of the cheerleading squad her sophomore year, the youngest captain in the history of the team, this position she held until her senior year. Candie was given a scholarship for her cheerleading when she took her team to the national championship and won.

When she turned eighteen she was given access to her trust fund, which she will be living off for the rest of her life along with the money she would be making when she gets her dream career.


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|Other|
Delta Delta Delta Sorority President

Cheerleader (Since her freshman year.)

Took over the role as president of the sorority after the previous president was murdered.

Is a waitress at the campus cafe'.

So begins...

Candie Jones's Story

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High: 96 Degrees Fahrenheit || Low: 71 Degrees Fahrenheit || 10% Chance of Rain || Wind 7 mph


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Dialogue Color: Magenta || Thought Color: Cyan || Nickname: Spirit || Sophomore || Delta President || Dorm Mate: Cassie


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"Ah, the first day back," Candie stated as she climbed out of the limousine that her father sent her back to school in. This was always a tradition her father did for her on the first day of school ever since her freshman year of high school. Of course knowing the kind of girl Candie was, she ate the entire situation up.

The brunette climbed out of the limo with her bags at her side. Do you want me to bring these to your room Ms. Jones? her driver questioned and to that question she gave a slight nod of her head. "Just set them on the side closest to the window," she stated before letting out a soft sigh. It was time to go searching the campus for her sorority sisters and possibly in the process run into Tobias Young, her English professor. Going the entire Summer without being able to see him was horrible. All the things she wanted to say and do to him just ate at her. The brunette bit at her bottom lip as she slid her hands into the back pockets of her jean shorts as she walked through the Cathedral University campus.

Many of the students she noticed were freshman or transfers, which she honestly didn't seem to understand. After the murder of Miranda, the previous Delta president, she didn't think parents would want their kids enrolling at this school. But apparently she thought wrong.

Every day that goes by without Miranda kills her. Out of everyone in the world Miranda was the most important person to her in her life. But just like everything else that seems to happen to her, she was taken away from Candie. Though Candie couldn't help but to feel guilty about Miranda's murder. If anyone were to find out that she witnessed her death, many questions would be asked and her reputation would quickly plummet to the ground. This was definitely not something she wanted to happen. People at this school looked up to her. Well, it's true for the students who don't truly know her. Anyone who got a chance at getting to know Candie, found her to be a spoiled rotten bitch.

Candie turned a corner of the main building before letting out a sigh and giving up on the search. She sat down on the edge of the fountain in the center of campus and pulled her phone out, sending out a text to Professor Young.

To: Tobias:
Wasn't sure if you knew or not but I'm on campus now. I really want to see you. Let me know where you meet you when you're not busy.
XOXO


Candie sent the text message and slid her phone back into her pocket as she let out a sigh and pulled her journal out of her purse and began writing as she sat there on the edge of the fountain, waiting on any one of her friends or Tobias to show up or text her.

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If only they’d stop whispering to each other when they took a good look at me. Cassie lit up another cigarette and took a long drag, sliding her sunglasses over her eyes to end the empty hostile look residing behind the lenses. She of course saw Candie pulling up in her horse and carriage and she couldn’t help but smile because no one could miss that, the next thing that would happen is that Daddy would buyout the whole campus.

On another visual sweep of the campus she was also increasingly aware of the transfers that believe it or not seemed to also be recognising her and fought back the urge to snap at them. It felt like being an animal in a cage. She had thought with the murder of Miranda no one would pay any attention to her little “slip” last year in the bathtub, of course this was not the case and Cassie chastised herself for being so naive because it was yet another event to add to the stories that those girls would tell to each other under dimmed lights. It would be chucked in carelessly with the stories of who kissed who. She took a look at her wrists and the way the scars down them stood out from the rest of her flawless if not too pale skin, the smooth hardness of the scar tissue still sent shivers down her spine but whether the sensation made her sick to the stomach or electrified she still couldn’t tell, if only Candie hadn’t of found her she wouldn’t of been here, she wouldn’t feel like she was in a freak show, but as always it was lights, camera, action.

She took one last drag of her cigarette taking in the smoke deeply and slowly releasing the smoke to curl and dance in front of her eyes, she gave a coy smile and stamped it out on the ground before stretching and giving a yawn. She’d spent all summer growing her hair out, changing her wardrobe and getting rid of all her sorority thins, disappearing of the face of the earth then rising from her ashes in what she hoped was going to be a phoenix and not a train wreck.

No one had heard from her, no one knew how she was. She’d had a few concerned texts from Candie, but the action of actually replying was not something that she was about to waste time and energy on. She’d also had a few texts from people in the frats some being worried, some just taunting her but all in all she was doing a lot better. If you consider getting perpetually stoned and drinking better Cass. Her eyes were hollowing in a mysterious sultry way and her new lifestyle was suiting her quite well. She felt alive but dead all at the same time. Like a zombie? Just moving through life at a slog eh? What are you going to do with yourself? But she didn’t have to think that far yet, if she had her way she wouldn’t have to think at all.

Her eyes scanned the campus again and she began to stalk the usual hunting ground her jeans clinging tightly to her figure, skin showing through the tatters in them and her dark lips pursed, Game On.

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Kourtney had just made it back to campus after being on the red carpet for a local charity event. It was his first time on a red carpet and he could feel that it wasn't going to be his last. He was sporting a new pair of glasses this semester and knew that no one was going to make fun of him since everyone seemed to be a bit scared of him. He didn't know why but just loved the feeling. Kourtney's fraternity brothers were texting him all day, to see where he was since the Greek Jamboree started like hours ago. 'Shit'. Kourtney cursed to himself while dashing towards the open field, where all the other fraternities and sororities reside.

A lot of the girls eyed Kourtney in a flirty way as he winked at them then clicked his tongue. That sent most of them over the edge as others just scoffed because they probably heard about his reputation by now. As he neared closer to his fraternity, he saw Candie's sorority present but there was no Candie? The president without her pack backing her up? Kourtney had to get out his cell phone and mess with her now.

To: CJ
From: Kourtney
Where the hell are you? Your sorority sisters look lonely without you. LOL.


Kourtney snickered softly to himself while making his way over towards the table as the scent of BBQ filled his nose. "Hey, Isiah. Been sure to fix me a plate." He called out towards him as Isiah nodded his head. Poor pledge from last year, now on grill patrol. Kourtney sat down with his frat brothers with a sigh then leaned back in his chair.

This year was going to be killer. He could just feel it.

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Tobias Young had not been expecting mail on move-in day. In fact, the only reason he was there at all was in case a new student wanted to meet him. Or in case Candie wanted to reunite. When he found the yellow envelope, he was surprised to say the least. It didn't have a return address, just his name scrawled across it haphazardly. He furrowed his brow and meandered back to his office, watching the rather dramatic goodbyes of the freshmen's families. All the upperclassmen had shooed out their parents almost as soon as they got to their dorms. Finally reaching his office, he left his door slightly ajar and relaxed into his chair. He didn't know how long he spent just staring at the packet before he finally made a move to open it.

First, he pulled out a typed note in 12-point Times New Roman font. The text was centered on the page, and it only said one thing: "Wait for further instructions."

What the fuck? he thought, peering back in the envelope. Waiting for him were three other papers that appeared to be glossy photos. Wiggling one out, he dropped it immediately when he got a good look. He shot out of his chair, and it was the fastest he had ever gotten his office door locked. It even beat when Candie had wanted to make out on his desk.

Slowly, slowly, Tobias approached the picture again, as if sneaking up on it would change what it showed. With shaking hands, he assessed the damage. It wasn't that bad, really. One hand a little too low, nothing a little plausible deniability couldn't handle. But there was another picture. He pulled it out of the envelope, and all the blood drained from his face.

There was no denying that. At some deep level, Tobias found himself jealous of the absolute artistry of the voyeuristic picture. Few people could have both his and Candie's faces completely visible and discernible like that and keep it obvious exactly what was going on between them. Nudity and all. They were both stripped down to their underwear, Candie's matching set reminding him exactly what night the pictures were from.

The next photo was even less modest. Lips locked, hands all over each other. Right in the middle of things.

His phone lit up, the post-meeting selfie Candie had taken popping up next to her text.

Wasn't sure if you knew or not but I'm on campus now. I really want to see you. Let me know where you meet you when you're not busy.
XOXO


His stomach dropped even lower, his heart clawing its way up his esophagus, but he worked up the courage to respond.

To Candie:
My office? As soon as you get a free moment?

She didn't need to know yet. Not until he figured out if this person was a legitimate threat or not. Besides, he really was looking forward to seeing her again. It had been too long. He opened his one desk drawer with a functioning lock, slid the whole packet and all it had contained into the drawer and locked it out of his mind.

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Dialogue Color: Magenta || Thought Color: Cyan || Nickname: Spirit || Sophomore || Delta President || Dorm Mate: Cassie


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As Candie sat there continuing to write in her journal, her phone lit up with a small part of the song, My Give a Damn's Busted playing until she went to read the message.

Where the hell are you? Your sorority sisters look lonely without you. LOL.

It was Kourt, of course it was him. He was in her brother fraternity looking for none other than her to attend the Greek Jamboree. The first person she wanted to see today was Tobias, how was she going to respond to him without out right telling him what was going on?

Just when she was about to start a reply to Kourt, Tobias finally replied to her message. She gave a soft smile as she glanced over to the picture of him with his shirt of showing up in the left hand corner of her cellular device. Reasons like that were why she never allowed anyone to use her phone. They didn't need to know what kind of photos she had locked away of her professor, they didn't even need to know about the conversations she has with him. If anyone finds out, there would be definite problems; problems that neither of them were in the position to deal with.

My office? As soon as you get a free moment?

Candie immediately began typing up a reply to Tobias.

To Tobias:
I'll be there soon. Look forward to seeing you.

Just after Candie sent the message to her favorite professor, she pulled up the message from Kourt and finally decided to respond to him. If she didn't she knew he would go out looking for her. There was talk about the limo going around campus so there was no way that he didn't know she was at the school.

To Kourt:
I'll be there when I get a chance, promise. I'm busy setting things up in my room and then I have to speak to one of the people in the office. Look for me around seven at the latest.

Candie sent the message and closed her journal before placing it back into her purse and stood to her feet. With a soft sigh she began making her way through campus in the direction to Professor Young's office. It didn't take any longer than five minutes to arrive. She leaned against the door frame of his door and knocked on the open door with a smirk across her face.

"Good afternoon Professor," she stated, trying to play things off in front of the students who were in the hall around his office. She needed to make sure things weren't being so obvious.

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“How many more years of this am I going to have to endure?” Mumbled Jordan to herself as she got stomped off the bus at the College, a half empty plastic water bottle swinging her hand and a very full khaki duffle bag under her other arm, the straps digging into her shoulder. Jordan wasn’t a big packer. It wasn’t too hot on the bus, but it smelled bad, and Jordan was sick of having to make the yearly commute to college by bus. Of course having the Barbie Mansion’s matching limousine pull up in front of her was the icing on the cake. Being poor and knowing she was poor didn't bother Jordan but having it constantly rubbed in her face got old fast. Jordan sighed and mentally reminded herself that she didn’t care about money, going to college was all she wanted, and she had gotten that. Plus she was of the belief that what life gave you in money, it took away in personality, and Candie was a prime example of that belief.

Jordan headed for the field where the sororities and fraternities were set up for the day. After speaking to Jasmine and Daphne they had all decided to arrive a few day earlier to be around and ready to help out other sorority members. Of course Jordan being who she was, had all the best intentions but every morning she would get up and decide there was no harming in leaving the next day. Jordan didn’t know much about being president of sorority but it she did know she was at least supposed to be at the Theta and Omega’s cookout, and since she had shown up so late, she definitely didn’t have time to unpack her stuff in her room.

When she got there, the smell of the barbeque was everywhere, which put Jordan in a better mood, after all who could be a grump at a cookout. She smiled knowingly as she saw the two people who were supposed to be manning the grill slumped in chairs with dark sunnies on. “You slackers,” Jordan said jokingly as she lightly kicked one of them. In reply of course she only got moans. Jordan laughed and she threw her bag on one of the chairs next to them. They both were very obviously nursing hangovers, but at least it was an authentic Omega Phi Alpha representation.

Jordan answered one kid’s question to look like she was helping out, which was about as much work as she could handle before she went off to find Daphne or Jasmine. She didn’t find either of them but she spotted Jeffery, which was almost as good since they were friends and he probably knew where his sisters were. “Hey Jeff,” Jordan said dully as she came up behind him and slung her arms over his shoulders in a very lazy hug. “Cookout going well?” She said, disinterested in the topic but feeling like had to say something.

Then Jordan realised Jeffery was actually talking to a freshman. “Oh, hey, I didn't meant to interrupt,” She said putting her hands in the air mocking innocence. Jordan didn’t think the brunette girl looked much like Jeffery’s type, but good on him for getting back on the horse after Miranda. Personally Jordan didn’t understand how the guy could spend ten minutes with a delta without being high, let alone date their leader. She also wasn’t the least bit sorry to see Miranda go, she may be dead but that doesn’t mean she wasn’t a bitch whilst she was alive. “I was just wondering if you knew where either of your sisters were?”

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Tobias's phone buzzed again.

From Candie:
I'll be there soon. Look forward to seeing you.

He didn't bother replying, as she would only take a few minutes. He checked the lock on his drawer and got to his feet to open his office door. Scrubbing his face and slipping on his glasses, he schooled his features into a resting bitch face (one of his specialties, along with the faint, detached smile and the single-eyebrow raise of 'seriously?' in all its minute variations). A knock on the door interrupted his thoughts.

"Good afternoon, Professor," Candie said, leaning against the door frame. A smile spread across his face.

"Ah, Miss Jones," Tobias said, trying to keep his tone neutral. He was sure she could hear the playful undertone in it anyway. "Please, come in." He shut and locked the door behind her. They didn't need anyone else spying on them together. He let himself be sucked in by her, completely forgetting the pictures for the moment.

"How was your trip here?" he asked, still grinning. "Did your dad send you in a limo again?" It was no secret that Candie came from money, and her family liked to show it off. Many people found it annoying, but Tobias didn't particularly mind, due in part to his own affluent family. It would be awfully hypocritical of him to dislike her for her trust fund while he was living off his inheritance from his grandmother.

Suddenly, he remembered how they had left things in the spring, and his smile melted from his face. "How are you doing?" he asked. Miranda's death had been hard on Candie, he knew. They had been best friends, practically inseparable. he reached for her hand, rubbing his thumb in circles. "Are you..." "Okay" wasn't right, wasn't possible. Same with "better." Tobias settled on, "Coping?"

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Dialogue Color: Purple || Thought Color: Blue || Nicknames: Luce & Blake || Senior || Beta Brother || Dorm Mate: Kourt

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Lucius couldn't believe how late he was to showing up at the fraternity house, let alone the school itself. He was usually one of the first of the brothers back at school when the summer ended. Though because of his mother who couldn't seem to let him leave for his final year in college, he was late.

Lucius expected Kourt of all people to say something about it, but then again Kourt was always one of the most unpredictable guys in the brotherhood. It would be nice to see him again though. Once he climbed out of the taxi with the bags at hand he made his way into the frat house and placed his bags into his room. It's nice to be home, he thought to himself as he let out a soft sigh and looked around his room a bit before heading down to the Delta and Beta jamboree.

The moment he spotted Kourt, he smiled a bit and walked over to him. "Hey man! Sorry I'm late, my mother went into the whole 'oh my baby is graduating this year' fit. Quite annoying if I say so myself." Lucius looked around, finding the Delta sisters without their president. "Where is Candie?" he questioned, doing nothing more than thinking back to the previous year, one of the best interactions he had with her. But of course, that was something he planned to keep on the down low. Lucius didn't need anyone finding out what happened between him and Candie. Though he was honestly shocked Candie hadn't said anything about it.


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Dialogue Color: Magenta || Thought Color: Cyan || Nickname: Spirit || Sophomore || Delta President || Dorm Mate: Cassie

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"Ah, Miss Jones," were the first words she had heard him speak in over two months, it was one of the nicest things she had ever heard in a long while. "Please, come in," he added as he made his way over to Candie and closed the door behind her. As she watched Tobias close the door, she glanced at him up and down a bit, he seemed to have gotten much more handsome over the summer.

Candie was brought out of her thoughts when she heard Tobias speak up once more, she was even more captivated by his gorgeous smile. "How was your trip here? Did your dad send you in a limo again?" Candie smiled a bit and answered his questions. "Of course my father sent me in the limo. It's something he does every year, there is no way he'd ever give in and stop doing that until I graduate," the brunette answered with a soft chuckle.

Once Candie finished speaking, she watched as Tobias's smiled melted away. Was it something I said? she thought to herself. I sure hope it wasn't. Suddenly her question was answered when his next words were spoken as he reached for her hand and rubbed his thumb along the back of her hand. "Yeah, I um, I'm doing alright. It's still a bit hard, you know, going on without her. But I guess it's just something I'll have to deal with," Candie responded. The whole time the pictures from the night of the murder she had witnessed played in her head. Every small detail was set on pause and rewind, over and over again.

Candie's smile disappeared for a brief second before shaking the thoughts from her head. She looked into Tobias's eyes. "I've been looking for a company who could rebuild the Delta sorority house. After that fire that happened in the summer, the house is no longer livable. If you know of anyone or hear of anyone could you let me know?" Candie questioned.

After a brief moment of silence she leaned in and gave him a soft kiss before pulling away with a warm smile. Being around Tobias always made her happy, the happiest she had ever been.

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Kourtney looked down at his phone as Candie had texted him back. As soon as he was about to text her back, Daphne came skipping up towards the table, mostly towards him and started speaking with a slight stutter though. Kourtney widened his eyes as he knew of her timid and shy nature. So he stood up from his seated position and grabbed her by the hand, walking a few distance away from people. He seriously hopes that she did not take the gesture the wrong way but he just didn't want her to feel afraid and speak clearly towards him. When they were away from people, he answered her questions.

"Hey, Daffy Duck." Kourtney said the nickname she adored while giving her a small hug. "My Summer was good. What about yours?" He'd ask her while also extending his wrist out towards her so that she can place the bracelet there. "It's beautiful. Just like you." Kourtney winked towards Daphne then gave her another hug then intertwined his fingers with hers while walking back over towards his fraternity table. "Hey, want to hang out with me here?" He asked towards Daphne while smiling, hoping that she say yes. "I can understand if you have cheerleading practice or something." His tone of voice sounded a bit sad as he spoke those words.

Kourtney pulled out his cell phone and started texting Candie back as he still waited for Daphne to decide if she wanted to spend the rest of the afternoon with him or not. Just as he was about to hit send, Luce came up to him with an explanation for being late. Of course, Kourtney laughed then eyed him. "Awe, my baby's graduating this year. Come here." Kourtney mocked towards him while pinching his cheeks softly. "You're fine, man. I totally understand." Kourtney patted Luce, Beta's Vice President along with his dorm mate, on the shoulder. "Make sure these pledges don't burn anything, will you?"

Kourtney finally sat down and hit the send button to send a reply to Candie's message.

To: CJ
From: Kourt
No, we need your gracious presence now! LOL. Okay. Take your time.

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Tobias was surprised and impressed at how well Candie was handling everything. From Miranda's death to the fire at the Delta house, her last year had been a difficult one. He knew he would never have dealt with it as well as she was.

""Yeah, I um, I'm doing alright," she said. "It's still a bit hard, you know, going on without her. But I guess it's just something I'll have to deal with."

He hated seeing her upset, but he preferred her talking about it with him than some frat boy that just wanted in her pants. Not that he could claim that he had much purer intentions.

"Everything gets easier with time," he assured her, hoping to bring back the bright smile she'd had before. He considered her words for a brief moment before saying, "I've got a friend who does that kind of stuff. I can get him to give you a quote, if you'd like."

When she kissed him, it reminded him again exactly why they'd started this thing they had.

"I missed you," he said softly, giving in to the sentimentality that filled him. "It's not the same here without you, you know. How long do we have until you have to go to that Greek party?"

Tobias wanted to spend as much time as he could with Candie before she had to attend to her social duties. He wrapped his arms around her waist in a subtle attempt to get her to stay with him.

"You could skip it," he suggested with a mischievous grin. "There's always tomorrow."

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Luce rolled his eyes at Kourt's mockery and pushed his hands away from his face as he spoke, "Oh, shut up man and yeah, I can look over the pledges. Not sure how well I'll be at it because well, I need to get me some," he stated as he nudged Kourt slightly and glanced over at Daphne with a soft smile. "Hey Daph, good to see you again," he greeted. For the longest time he wanted to hit that, but a long time ago he came to understanding that it was never going to happen, so he accepted it. As difficult as it was to admit, he hated the fact he didn't have what it took to get a girl like Daphne into bed.

The male glanced over at the frat brothers and sighed as he grabbed the attention of all the pledges and lined them up in order for him to speak to them all at once. "Alright, so I know all of you know rush week starts tomorrow and you will be put to the official test to see if you have what it takes to be an official Beta. Now, I'm going to warn you, a lot of the tests will humiliate you, some will even terrify you. But if Kourt and I could get through it, you should be able to as well. Have a good rest of the day because I'm sure most of you won't be able to make it back through these doors," he explained to them all, not even bothering to sugar coat anything. That's just not the kind of guy he is. He tells things how they are and that's it.


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Dialogue Color: Magenta || Thought Color: Cyan || Nickname: Spirit || Sophomore || Delta President || Dorm Mate: Cassie

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Candie stood there, taking in every word the male spoke, but she couldn't help not to find herself getting lost in his eyes like she always does. "Thanks, I would really like to talk to him and as for the jamboree, I do have to attend, but I'm sure they'll be fine without me for another hour or two," she stated as she began to remove his tie. "And my summer hasn't been the same without you either, Professor," Candie added with a slight smirk plastered to her lips.

The brunette closed the space between them and pressed her lips against his in a passionate, lustful, long kiss, one that she had been waiting on all summer. Candie was never one to go back to anyone after the summer, she usually switches each year with her hookups. But Tobias just seemed to be completely irresistible. Without him, she just seemed to go nuts and she wasn't sure exactly why that was. But whatever it was just always seemed to pull her back to him. This was something Candie honestly didn't seem to mind but it happened.

Candie loved Tobias, but she just wasn't sure if it was in the way she has recently been believing it was. All she knew was that she wasn't going to say anything about it unless she knew for sure. She would just hate to ruin their relationship over something pety like that.

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Character Portrait: Tobias Young Character Portrait: Candie Jones Character Portrait: Francesca Marie De Luca Character Portrait: Lucius Blake Character Portrait: Jordan Carpenter Character Portrait: Cassie Martins
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Dialogue Color: #6a0d1b
Thought Color: #ffc6d0
Mood: Protective

Jas was a little relieved that Cassie decided to actually talk to her. Cassie had a lot of reason to hate Greeks. What hurts worse than being betrayed by your own family. 'If we had been closer last year, I definitely would have let Candie have a piece of my mind... Can't believe she's such a bitch.' She smiled at the blonde and shook her head.

"No need to thank me. I'm just speaking the truth." She promised her, blushing a little as she complimented her. "Thanks, it's actually the closest color they had in bottle form to my natural color... I haven't been this color in years actually." She admitted, embarassed.

She nodded slowly, listening to Cassie. "You know, I didn't care about what happened... except for all of those rumors. I'm glad your okay. You can come to me for anything, I'd like us to be friends. You seem pretty cool."

Jasmine couldn't help but sigh when she mentioned the murders. If only Cassie knew the tarot cards she kept pulling when when trying to find out information about the murder. "I don't think it's done." She told her but just like that Cassie had mentioned the parties. Her cheeks burned.

'And now I'm a looney tune.' She inwardly groaned.

"Yeah... that too. I have a dress you can wear if you want. It would look great on you." She told her with a smile. "Oh, and you don't have to crash ours, you're welcome to come. I don't know if you're going back to the Deltas but you can pledge with us if you want. We're nothing like them." She offered.

Jasmine smiled and nodded. "I've had to shed my skin a few times, I totally understand." She shrugged. "I get it. I spent a whole class with her my sophomore year. It was... interesting." She smiled at Cassie trying to not be so harsh about her roommate.

"Well, we spent some time with our parents and then we vacationed in Italy. We've been doing that since I was little, maybe even before I was born." She told her, running a hand through her curls. She pursed her lips, wondering if she should be honest or just pretend everything was okay. Then again Cassie had been honest with her. The least she could do was be honest with Cassie.

She looked at the cigarette on the ground. She almost wished she smoked sometimes, especially when she was stressed. "He's not exactly handling it well, you know. It's hard for him. They were pretty serious." She told her. She half smiled. "Pretty strange for a half sibling and two full siblings to be best friends, huh?"

Jasmine's phone chimed. She pulled it out, glancing at the screen. It read 'Text message scheduled to send. Click send to continue to send.' She smiled, clicking send and turning back to Cassie as she slid the phone back into her pocket.
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Dialogue Color: #4d3382
Thought Color: #800080
Mood: Nervous

Daphne relaxed but couldn't help but blush when he gave her a small hug. She was glad she was away from the other girls looking on. Kourt was a hottie and all the girls wanted him, rightly so too. She didn't need anyone else's help to embarrass herself around him.

"Nothing so major, I just went to Italy with my family like always." She said with a shrug. She was glad that he used that nickname. He was the only person outside of her family that could use it and get away with it.

She did not tell him about her work on an album. What would he even say? Would he tell her it was a great idea or would he tell her that it was a horrible idea. Would he tell her horror stories? She hadn't told anyone. If she told someone, it should be her family, right? She frowned, not sure what to do.

She glanced down at his hand, grinning as he extended his wrist out to her. She slid it onto him, her fingertips brushing his skin as she did it. Her heart sped up, feeling the heat of her skin.

"T-Thanks." She said, blushing more when he complimented the bracelet. This time she managed to hug him back. Was it so wrong that she wanted the hug to last a little longer.

"Hey, want to hang out with me here?"

Daphne was so stunned that she couldn't answer right away. Did he just want to hang out with her as friends or did he mean hang out as more.

"I can understand if you have cheerleading practice or something."

She blushed again, shaking her head. "Oh, no. That hasn't started yet. We had a training and tryouts again this summer but we don't get started for another week. Thank goddess because rush week and practice? Way too much pep for me." She smiled geneuinely. She didn't usually give out many of those.

Daphne started to answer him when Lucius came up. She gave a half smile to him but didn't say anything. He kinda gave her the creeps. She didn't know why... yet. She'd find out one way or another.

She looked back at Kourtney and smiled. "Yeah, I'd love to stay and hang with you. But do you mind if we went over there a little later? I'm the Treasurer after all. I have to make an appearance. Plus we throw the best parties." She smiled at him.

The blonde looked back at Luce. She was surprised he even noticed her. "Hey, Lucius. Good to see you too." She couldn't even remember the last time she saw him.

Sure, he'd remember and even try to seduce Jasmine but Daphne was not the type, Luce usually went after. At least he didn't call her a nickname. That would have really creeped her out.

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Dialogue Color: #ff7200
Thought Color: #fcb314
Mood: Faking it

Jeff grinned, picking Gran up as he hugged her. He let her go and ruffled her hair. "How was the trip? Didn't get lost in Amsterdam did you?" He teased her. He, Fran, and his sisters had once taken the wrong train and ended up lost in the skeevy streets of Amsterdam. It was fun, but he felt like they were sabotaging Fran's innocence.

"I can help with that or you can just leave your stuff with the girl's house and we can take it over there tonight. But then you'll have to worry about drunk frat guys moving your things rather than tipsy frat guys, moving your things." He teased her but then shook his head. "Nah, being the president and all, I like to get here early and scoop out the place. Plus there was a lot to get done. Jas and Daph came early too. So if you need anyone to show you around, we're experts." He told her with a smile. Fran always felt like his little sister. The least he could do was look out for her. He'd probably do a lot more if it meant keeping her safe.

When a pair of arms found his way around his neck from behind, Jeff was surprised until he heard the voice that accompanied it. He smirked. "Hey, Jordan. I see you finally dragged yourself here." He nodded. "As always, even without your help setting it up." He guilt trip her for his sisters who had really done a lot to make sure this year's cookout was amazing.

He looked over his shoulder at her and gave her a half smile. It didn't touch his eyes. "Oh, you're not. I should actually introduce you. This is Fran. She's a friend of the family but a Delta Delta Delta legacy. I believe my sister's were planning on converting her to the Omega ways."

Jeff introduced Fran, giving her an encouraging smile. "Fran, this is Jordan the lazy president of the Omega sorority, the only sorority you need to consider joining." He joked.

Frowning, Jeff looked around. "Looks like Jas is trying to do some recruiting and... damn is that Daphne with Kourtney? When did that happen? The hell..."He muttered, staring at his sister from across the street. He must have been very out of touch with things if he hadn't noticed Daphne had the hots for some Beta. He rubbed his chin.

Sure, there were a lot worse guys than Kourtney but he didn't know him well enough to give the seal of approval for him to date his little sister.

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