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Miki Rin Melona

Dance is the hidden language of the soul; Dance first. Think later. It's the natural order.

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a character in “Love Cafe”, as played by QueenJen

Description

Miki Rin Melona

Age
17

Role
The Dancer

Appearance
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Personality
Miki’s a bubbly girl, usually happy, though she’s also rather intense, so she can come off as bipolar. She’s completely dedicated to her dance career, and her lessons and practice will always come first to matter what. However, she loves making people smile, and tries to help at least one person a day out.
She has a positive outlook on life, and can get lost in her thoughts easily, leaving whoever she’s talking to waiting for an answer that will likely never come. However, those airy thoughts can also come down hard in very deep debates and what her mother likes to call ‘Hippie Speeches.’ After all, Miki’s very keen on the environment as well.
Overall, once you get to know her, Miki’s a fun and friendly person to be around, once you get past her dance obsession.


Biography
Miki grew up in a happy little household of her and two parents. She’s lived with enough friends, though she isn’t exactly popular, often putting her social life second to dance. She’s been dancing since she could walk, focusing in Hip Hop with Ballet as her secondary. At age 11 she was accepted into an elite academy in a city an hour or two away from her town. She drives there every day after school, than dances until 11:00 PM, unless on weekends, where her Academy lessons are very early, usually 4:30am to 9:00am. She then spends her weekends at the dance class in town, taking lessons or teaching part time.
Her life’s very tiring and she’s often exhausted, leaving any spare moments she has time to relax. She loves her dance life but often wishes she had more time to herself.

So far her only major role in the dancing world was the star lead in a ballet number ‘The Silver Pond’ as the ‘Water Fairy’ . Anyone who keeps up with the dance world would know her name, and since last month when she performed, Miki’s been steadily getting more auditions and Academy offers.



Favorite
Cake: Red Velvet
Drink: Hot Chocolate


Crush
TBA

So begins...

Miki Rin Melona's Story

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Character Portrait: Corinne Belpin Character Portrait: Zachary McCollough Character Portrait: Miki Rin Melona
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Miki Rin


Miki walked down the street in a strange sort of fashion, like someone doing half a dance but not wanting to bust out the full moves, made even more awkward looking by her forward movement. Of course, a dance is what she was doing, for she had an audition later that day for a rather important role, and if she landed it, her name might get out more by other means than last months big production. She was proud of her work, despite the fact that it had been ballet. She would rather her hip-hop was showcased, though she was exceptional at both in a non conceited way. After all, you weren't just average after an average of 15 hours of dance a week. On a good week.
She sighed and dropped her body movements, content for the moment to practice in her head. She still had a couple hours before school. Miki supposed she could practice, but this was one of the rare times she was not in the mood. It was never good for her to practice to intensely the day of an audition. She'd become much to stiff and paranoid. Better to trust in her skills.
She turned the corner and glanced up from the sidewalk, where she was avoiding cracks.

And her mouth dropped.

A truck had collided with a wall by some means or another, and from Miki's view she could see the driver slumped against the wheel. A bit ways back in the road, a boy was laying sprawled with an young woman by him.
There wasn't much of a crowd, but the streets were rather empty. The other girl had probably called 911, but despite that Miki ripped a cell phone out of her school bag, throwing that and her dance duffle to the side before sprinting over the the truck as she dialed.

"911, whats your emergency?"

Miki quickly described the scene and the location, at which the woman informed her an ambulance had been dispatched a few minutes earlier from another call. Miki sighed in relief and set about prying the car door open. She realized quickly she wasn't strong enough, despite lean muscles from dance tricks.
"Hey, sir, are you awake?"
The man groaned in answer and jerked back, leaning his head back on the seat. Miki saw a shard of glass deep in his forehead and cringed.
She hoped back and exaimed the crash, heart dropping in shock when she saw peels of flame licking out from under the hood.
"Sir, I'll be right back, don't move!"
Like he could...

Miki sprinted to the other girl next to the boys side.
"Hey, so, I'm not much of a car expert, but that trucks engine's on fire, and cars and fire generally mean explosion. I don't know anything about the police either, so you might want to key them in to send a firetruck or something if I cant find an extinguisher!"
She was frazzled, even more so when she saw the condition of the unconscious boy, but knew she had to stay calm.

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#, as written by Runika
Corinne noticed a younger girl run over to the scene. At this point, the angel was frantic and unsure what to do. Unlike Mei, she didn't have any healing powers, nor could she make the pain go away. She didn't touch the boy in front of her, not wanting to make anything worse. He would likely have some damage to his head, any wrong movements and she could impair his brain functions. At least he didn't look like he was hit dead on.

The girl came over and informed her about the driver that had crashed. Corinne's eyes widened. How could she have forgotten about the driver?
"No need, 911 sends cops, ambulance and firetruck all at once. Just in case. I don't think they'll make it in time-" Fire extinguisher? "Hold on. Watch the boy okay?"
She leaped up and rushed into the café, grabbing the fire extinguisher than was perched on a wall. Where was Mei when she needed her?

"Sorry to disturb you guys, but we need some help out here?" she said quickly before rushing out.

She knew she shouldn't bother customers when it didn't concern them, but two people were dying right out the door. It should matter. Right? She rushed back outside and called out to the girl, "I'm going to put out the fire, let's see if we can get the man out!"

She never had to use one before, and she was glad she had read the instructions out of boredom one day. PASS. All she needed to remember. Pull the pin. She pulled the pin off to discharge the extinguisher. The next three steps she did quickly and all at once. Aim. Squeeze. Sweep. She squeezed the lever and put out the fire wherever she could, praying that she got everything before something exploded. Once the flames were put out she motioned the girl towards the door. She saw the girl try earlier and she wasn't strong enough. Maybe two of them would be enough? She only hoped. She could hear sirens, but she couldn't tell how far away they were. The café was on the outskirts of town. No wonder it was taking so long.

"Alright, ready? One, two, three-" She tugged and pulled at the door, trying to make it swing open.

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Character Portrait: Corinne Belpin Character Portrait: Zachary McCollough Character Portrait: Miki Rin Melona Character Portrait: Nicky Liss Character Portrait: Mei Valesta
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Nicky herd some commotion out side. She quickly got out of her seat and started to head towards the door. She walked out side and saw a few cars smashed together. She smiled "Ah a nice time for angry drivers to learn to hate each other." All of the sudden things took a turn for the worst. A small fire started there were people injured and in trouble. She noticed a angel running around in a panic.

She normally would have enjoyed the show but something was different she wanted to help. She was actually worried for these people. She quickly went to help the angel open the door. But it just wouldn't open "We need some sort of leverage. Like a crowbar or metal pipe." She quickly searched around and found a metal pipe laying on the ground. "Hm lucky." She ran back over and stuck it into the small opening in the door. "Alright push!" Her and the angel and one other girl opened the door after some work. They helped the man out and lied him on the ground. She noticed that boy that she wanted to ruin but he was hurt and the other angel was singing to him. She was sad. Why was she sad she just wanted to make sure he never found love a couple minutes ago and now she was sad that he was hurt?

Some thing was happening to her and she didn't like it. She started to care about people and feel bad for them. She used to enjoy pain some thing was wrong. She grabbed her head and sat against the wall. She looked around at everyone. They all seemed to matter all had a purpose and she was in there way.

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Character Portrait: Miki Rin Melona Character Portrait: Arrow Character Portrait: Theodora Levinne Character Portrait: Mei Valesta Character Portrait: Sebastian Feoure
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Sebastian


Sebastian, while everyone else had been rushing about the accident, had pulled out a sketch book and was doodling little comics of the eccentric people in the cafe. It wasn't that he didn't care about the boy who'd been hurt, it just seemed to be taken care of already. He glanced up an nearly made eye contact with a familiar eye.
Oh, so Theo's back..? He smiled a little, then it fell when he realized she might still be mad at him. He made eye contact with the Theo's blue haired friend and smiled, giving a little salute in hello before looking back down to his sketch book.

He wondered where his waitress had gotten too. She'd rushed outside to help deal with the accident. Luckily the boy who'd gotten hit was now fine, eating cake and talking to a pretty girl.
Sebastian refocused on his paper, actually bursting into a little bubble of laughter when he saw what'd he'd drawn. It was basically a chibi rendition of most of the people in the cafe, including a cross looking Theo, the workers and their treys of goodies, his waitress looking all, the large buff boy tripping into another girl- Basically a comic of everything that had taken place in the cafe that morning.

He found it rather amusing.

Miki Rin


After the crazy effort to get the driver out of the car, and a short question-answer session with a paramedic about the crash, the dancer was finally able to grab her dufflebag from where she'd thrown it and meander into the small cafe every else had flocked to. It was kind of crowded, but Miki didn't mind. Despite constantly thinking about dance, she was a social person. Speaking of dance, she began running her routine in her head again, shuffling over to the singles counter with half effort swaying. As rude as her next thought would seem, Miki didn't want to be stuck waiting for an order. She wanted to get to school early, run her dance once, and do all the homework she had put off because of dance class.

So, without a second thought, she meandered over the the door that obviously led to the kitchen, tapping the guy standing there on the shoulder just as a dark haired man sped by, demanding "Arrow keep her inside for as long as possible I have an idea."

Miki raised an eyebrow, forgetting about her rush to get cake and leave in curiosity. "Are you holding hostages in your kitchen or something?' She asked the guy named Arrow. She assumed he worked there.
She stood on her toes to peer over his shoulder trying to see through the kitchen doors little window.

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Character Portrait: Corinne Belpin Character Portrait: Zachary McCollough Character Portrait: Miki Rin Melona Character Portrait: Arrow Character Portrait: Gwendolyn Mayberry Character Portrait: Sebastian Feoure
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Corinne smiled seeing the the girl was going to deliver the cake herself. After the girl walked off in Zach's direction, Corinne giggled quietly and silently clapped her hands in joy. She was genuinely happy for the two. They were cute together. A few moments followed where Corinne's eyes simply followed the girl and watched her and Zachary converse, but she soon realized that it wasn't right for her to do so. She knocked her skull with her knuckle. What are you doing you idiot. She thought to herself. Sighing, she walked away, not wanting to invade on the two's privacy.

The head waitress made her way back to the counter and stepped behind it. It looked like Alex had stepped out, and Arrow was busy taking care of the girl she had seen outside. Oh, that reminds me.... She hadn't thanked the girl for helping Zachary and the driver yet. When she was done talking to Arrow perhaps she would pull her aside and treat her to one of Arrow's cakes. Of course Corinne herself would be paying for the treat. Although she was a worker at the café she didn't believe in getting free good whenever she wanted to give away.

Pulling out a cloth from underneath the counter, she started to wipe down the area. She needed something to occupy herself with before she started staring into nothingness and embarrassing herself. As she was wiping down the counter, she looked over at a boy with a sketchpad. It looked like he was laughing about something he drew. Unable to contain her curiosity, she leaned over to take a peek. It brought a smile to her face. He had drawn some sort of cartoon version of the café. It was adorable. "Cuute~" She said quietly.

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Miki Rin


Miki raised an eyebrow at the emplpyee's comment.
"No we don’t hold hostages at all much less in the kitchen. My kitchen is sacred why on earth would I do something so tainted in it like that?”

"Dunno, I suppose it could serve to make things more interesting?" She shrugged and he turned to vanish into the kitchen for a moment. Her eyebrows dropped annoyed. Her reason for rudely not waiting her own turn and bothering the man in the first place was to get cake more quickly not have to wait for him. Luckily he returned before she cold really get annoyed.

“Alright, I’m done. Sorry you had to wait. Now, how may I help you?” Miki blew out a sigh, letting her annoyance leave with it, and sat onto a a stool next to her, propping up her sneakers to retie them.

"I'd just like a little piece of cake please, Red Velvet if you have it," She glanced around at the lively cafe, eyebrows quirking once more at the 'singles' and 'couples' signs. Well, that was one way to avoid getting hit on.
"What the idea behind this place anyway? Playing matchmaker?" she kept the comment short, since he was probably about to be off and get her cake. Glorious, magical cake. Nothing better for breakfast with a morning of dance coming up. Bring on the calories!

Sebastian


"Cuute~"

In surprise, Sebastian jerked in shock, slamming his knee painfully into the bottom of the counter. He rubbed it with a little groan, looking up to see another female waitress who was wiping the counter and had paused to look at his drawing.
"You startled me bel ange!"

He voiced with a chuckle, always quick to compliment in his native language. Though Sebastian would shamelessly consider himself a flirt , expressing compliments in English was always much more nerve wracking. He liked to stick with French. It was the language of love after all, some girls seemed to like it.

He spun his sketch book so it was right side up in her view from behind the counter. "You like it?"
He studied his own picture again, now from upside down, mouth quirking up again. It was rather cute if he said so himself.

Sebastian spontaneously reached out and seamlessly ripped the page from his book. He pulled it back for a second, signing his name with a flourish in the corner before holding it out to her.
"Here, think of it as a momento of me joli, and personification of this lovely cafe." He tilted his head and glanced at her. All the waitresses he'd seen so far seemed to be extremely pretty. Maybe it was a job qualification.
This girl was tall and slim with exotic purple hair and clear violet eyes. She looked a bit older than him, though not by much, and her heels and height probably just added to that visual.
"I'm Sebastian, just so you know. Now can brag to your friends about the amazing artist who drew that for you, eh?" He winked and laughed, mentally making a note to make an effort to still his accent. His 'th' and 's' were sounding very much like prominent 'z''s at the moment.