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Lilly Cellest

"Oh... you were talking to me?"

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a character in “My dream college isn't actually for humans!?”, as played by CookieCupcake

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Name:
Lilly Cellest

Nickname:
Lil, Celestial

Age:
19

Gender:
Female

Race:
Werewolf

Role:
Regular

Hair Color:
Brown

Eye Color:
Blue

Skin Tone:
Cream

Height:
5'0

Weight:
120 pounds

Physical Description:
Lilly is fairly short and thin. Her shoulders are strong as are her legs but she has the appearance of a rather thin girl. Plain brown straight hair reach past her shoulders down to the center of her back, and they contrast with beautifully sharp blue eyes. Creamy skin is free of blemishes though there is a strange birth mark present a on her neck and shoulder. A curved face not chubby or sharp but in between. Large friendly eyes fit nicely with the somewhat round face. A sharp small pointed nose and gentle lips are also present. Strong arms lead down to surprisingly small hands with dainty fingers. Similar to her arms she has strong hips that slowly lead down to small feet. Lilly is often seen in bright color wearing things like sweaters and skirts.

Romantic Interest:
Not Available

Skills and Abilities:
~ Lilly can run like no other. Though she claims she's not sporty she can out run allot of people.
~ Lilly is one awesome chef. She love's whipping up some meat based dishes or pie.
~ Quick witted. Having good grades is one thing but Lilly is also fast with her mind.

Likes:
+ Sunflowers
+ Running
+ Nighttime
+ Lakes
+ Nature
+ Having Fun
+ Video Games

Dislikes:
- Violence
- Being ordered around
- Liars
- Salad Dressing?
- Silver

Personality:
Lilly is a fairly cheerful person. She doesn't frown or get mad often so she could also be called docile or submissive. But while most think she is submissive at a first glance that is certainly not what you get when you talk to her. Not the reason she doesn't get mad or sad often, is because she simply does not care. She does not care about how people perceive her, how they think of her, what they sat about her. While this is hard to believe it's actually the truth. Lilly for this reason is a real lone wolf type of person, but this in no way means she pushes other away. No on the contrary Lilly is accepting of everyone, and as she is very strong and could possibly be a Beta or Alpha if she tends to attract bullied people. Lilly no judgement and very relaxed cheerful personality can make it hard to believe she's a wolf, let alone strong enough to be a Beta or Alpha, but Lilly prefers it this way. She also plans on keeping her lone wolf status. But if one manages to get Lilly on there side they will find that she is not only happy, optimistic and fun but loyal and brave.

History:
Lilly was an orphan. She never minded it but she never got adopted really, so instead she spent her time being the mother for the other kids. She was accepting of all her 'brothers' and 'sisters' as they were all very unique. So despite her parent-less childhood life was good. She had good grades a large 'family' friends and a home. This lasted until she hit the wonderful teenage years. She was 13 when she realized what she was for the first time... And acting almost like a beacon she suddenly got adopted by a pair of werewolf parents. Apparently the couple had been keeping an eye on her for quite some time. It was tough for her to get separated from her 'family' she did earn herself a new one... The couple were both lone wolves and for some reason were unable to have children of there own. Because of this they happily treated Lilly as if she were there own. Keeping up with grades became difficult and she lost quite a few friends. She did however find others like herself and managed to keep a grade A+ average. When graduation hit Lilly was pleased to know that her exceptional grades and species had earned her a ticket to her dream college.

Other:
Lilly was born and raised is France but can speak and write English fluently as well.

Theme Song:
Fireflies - Owl City

Lyrics:
You would not believe your eyes
If ten million fireflies
Lit up the world as I fell asleep

'Cause they'd fill the open air
And leave teardrops everywhere
You'd think me rude
But I would just stand and stare

I'd like to make myself believe
That planet Earth turns slowly
It's hard to say that I'd rather stay
Awake when I'm asleep
'Cause everything is never as it seems

'Cause I'd get a thousand hugs
From ten thousand lightning bugs
As they tried to teach me how to dance

A foxtrot above my head
A sock hop beneath my bed
A disco ball is just hanging by a thread

I'd like to make myself believe
That planet Earth turns slowly
It's hard to say that I'd rather stay
Awake when I'm asleep
'Cause everything is never as it seems
When I fall asleep

Leave my door open just a crack
(Please take me away from here)
'Cause I feel like such an insomniac
(Please take me away from here)
Why do I tire of counting sheep
(Please take me away from here)
When I'm far too tired to fall asleep

To ten million fireflies
I'm weird 'cause I hate goodbyes
I got misty eyes as they said farewell

But I'll know where several are
If my dreams get real bizarre
'Cause I saved a few and I keep them in a jar

I'd like to make myself believe
That planet Earth turns slowly
It's hard to say that I'd rather stay
Awake when I'm asleep
'Cause everything is never as it seems
When I fall asleep

I'd like to make myself believe
That planet Earth turns slowly
It's hard to say that I'd rather stay
Awake when I'm asleep
'Cause everything is never as it seems
When I fall asleep

I'd like to make myself believe
That planet Earth turns slowly
It's hard to say that I'd rather stay
Awake when I'm asleep
Because my dreams are bursting at the seams

So begins...

Lilly Cellest's Story

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Lilly woke up to the feeling of bright light hitting her closed eyes. She opened her shockingly blue eyes and looked around. For a second or two she forgot where she was before remembering, was amnesia a common occurrence in the morning? Probably not but she'd save such queries for a later date. 'University certainly is different.' Stretching she got out of bed ran a brush through her hair got dressed and left. The dorm was more or less empty so she was actually tempted to stay in-doors and away from everyone. She'd always been a lone wolf why should that change now? Because she was in university? 'Fat chance.' But it did look nice out so a walk actually sounded pleasant.

Lilly left the dorm and wandered the grounds. Her lone wolf status made it somewhat unpleasant to hang around the other wolves still walking about the area of the dorm. They did not seem to appreciate her much either. A few turned to sneer at her while others simply chose to ignore her but kept an eye trained on her figure. She sat down for awhile to read but with that many eyes on her she ended up growling lowly and walking away. She could always go somewhere else. She was in no way going toward the vampires side knowing even more eyes would be on her so her safest bet was the neutral zone in between all of the dorm areas in front of the university itself. Stretching out Lilly took to a run and enjoyed the feeling of air rushing past her as she escaped her peers watchful gazes.

As soon as she stepped in the 'neutral' zone as she called it, she immediately relaxed. Any other person hanging around here was either like her a loner or simply did not care who surrounded them so long as they were personally left alone. Lilly searched around before she decided on the grass being her spot. She sat down on the still slightly damp very small hillside and pulled out her book once more. She finally felt at ease but she also felt that it would not last long thanks to who knows what that would probably come to ruin her day. She growled lowly at the thought of being dragged into some petty and unnecessary feud between races. Honestly the day everyone just learned to get along or get lost she would be freed of a massive and endless headache... Then again she'd not judge those who did not like one race or another... They all had there stories.

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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"Ugh, why does the sun have to be so bright today?" Victor said, slowly sighing to himself. He had a distaste for the summer months, with all the sunlight and the green, and the warmth he couldn't feel. Summer made him more envious than ever, and that did not go over well when living on a University campus. He sighed again, less audible this time. Well, I might as well try to enjoy short-shorts season while it lasts... those lovely long pale legs shining in the su..." Victor stopped himself mid sentence. A girl had walked into the more neutral zone of the school. Victor had a tendency to spend the majority of his time here, as a large portion of the students would usually congregate on their own sides of the dorms. Here he could be alone, almost floating about, keeping his wistful long and often meandering thought tangents to himself.

Victor looked at the girl a little more closely. He grimaced a little bit when he recognized her. Lilly... Lilly what? Carter? No that wasn't it. He frowned slightly, unable to remember the girls last name. He shrugged it off as she sat down. Still watching her quietly. He himself was standing in a doorframe, almost basking in the shadow. His bare foot rising momentarily to scratch a spot on his shin. His eyes traveled over her body slowly, as he slowly got more and more lost in his own thoughts.

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Character Portrait: Alexander "Zero" Roland Character Portrait: Lea E. Kashenkai Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Lucas

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Lucas musters as much venom as he into one stare, aiming it directly towards the vampire before biting out "You were the one who was hitting on me! I should have knocked your teeth out, you damn bastard!" A shudder racks his shoulders as he remembers the incident and, almost as if it left a bad taste in his mouth, spat on the newly sprouting grass with a tad bit too much enthusiasm. Sending another spiteful look at the male vampire, he hisses out "Stay away from me, blood sucker." Before breaking through the crowd of gathered vampires.


Mumbling to himself, he shakes his head in irritation as the scene replayed in his mind. Roughly shoving his hands into his pockets, slumping his back slightly, Lucas stalks his way through the vampire side of campus to head to his own. Damn fucking rich brats.. thinking they can do whatever the hell they want. came his ranting thoughts as he eyed the extremely well-kept and mansion-like buildings. As Lucas finally crossed the imaginary line that separated the 3 campuses, a sense of relief flooded over him. This is his home after all. Trying to clear away the dark thoughts, he forces a careless grin to spread onto his face as he busies himself in the attempt to find his Alpha.

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Lucas Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Lilly was sitting minding her own business when she felt a pair of eyes on her. Blinking she lifted her bright blue eyes from her book. She saw no one ok... Well there was one person crossing from one side of campus to the other. Lilly recognized him as Lucas. 'Ah, yes the vampire hater...' Ok she'd admit most werewolves hated vampires but Lucas seemed to be a bit more strong on the issue... Or so Lilly had heard from the annoyingly chatty females she was forced to hang around as they were in the room right next door most of the time. The girls always seemed to chat about this guy and that and despite it being only a day or two into the school year Lilly already wanted to go and bust the door down and tell them to be quiet... But she'd adjust soon enough to block out the voices. That and to be frank she could never bring herself to be rude to anyone like that... Accerting her lone wolf status by growling each time packs came near her was one thing but actually being mean Lilly could not bear herself today... No she'd just have to suck it up...

Bringing her eyes back down she continued to read. But she noticed that the pair of eye's on her were still there and they were not Lucas because she'd be able to tell. Feeling the need to figure out where the feeling was coming from Lilly looked around over her shoulder and near the entrance of the school itself Lilly saw someone. He was inspecting her with a distant look in his eyes. Blinking she lifted her hand and gave a slow and awkward wave. Scolding herself mentally for being shy she re-deemed herself by giving a crooked welcoming smile. Should she go say hello? Or should she stay put? She did not know this boy and none of the annoying senseless gossiping she'd heard through the ridiculously thin walls (Ok they weren't thin werewolves just have good ears.) seemed to match the boy bathing himself in the shade.

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Lucas Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Victor didn't really know what to do. The girl, Lilly or whatever her name may be, had turned around and noticed him.
If that wasn't even bad enough, she had waved to him, and even offered a smile. "Dear god, does she expect me to wave back? To smile? To even walk over and start conversation?" He thought, the corners of his mouth turning downward ever so slightly in a thoughtful expression. He only really observed the students here, let alone talked to them. Yet, there was something ever so enticing about her. Her small smile, her small dainty hand waving, her ridiculously blue eyes... maybe he should make a change? After all, who knows, maybe he could possibly find the girl of use to him. Or maybe even... a friend? Victor hadn't even considered the possibility for a long time, because the opportunity of legitimately meeting someone else hadn't arisen for ages it seemed like.

Another troubling thought arose, "What if she's only doing it out of politeness? I was kind of creeping on her after all. I could just be invoking an awkward situation." he thought to himself. "That would definitely ruin any chances of friendship or even just being a known acquaintance." He sighed quietly, his corpse-eyes still trained on her with interest, his head cocking slightly as he drifted further and further into thought.

Victor bit his lip, knowing that he might regret not taking a chance at actual kinship. It had been so long, so very long since he'd known a friend. So, taking a deep breath in, Victor stepped forward, one bare foot after the other into the sunlight. He winced again, the sun feeling almost burning on his skin, and stopped, showing himself to her. He raised a long-fingered hand and waved back to her, a rather small gesticulation, and offered a small smile back. "I really hope this is worth it," he thought, now feeling exposed in the summer sun.

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Lilly was pleased to see the man walk over to her. She'd not have to move much. Standing she brushed herself off. "Hello there..." She smiled. "I must say it's surprising to see someone around here when there are no classes." She ran her thin fingers through her brown hair and tilted her head to the side inspecting the stranger curiously. "Ah, I ought to introduce myself before I stare..." Lilly held out her hand. "Name's Lilly Cellest! The 'lone wolf' from the werewolf side of this school... If any packs bug you for talking to me cause they want me on there side just let me know and il go tell them to fly a kite..."

Lilly flashed a large smile her sharp teeth showing. "So what your name oh mysterious wanderer of the school." Lilly arched an eye brow in curiosity as she eyed the mystery man once more. She maybe faintly recollected catching a glimpse of him once or twice but she had no idea who he was... She certainly would have remembered him had she caught a good look. He was pale to the extent he kinda looked gray... Not even vampires were like that so it certainly picked her interest... Just who was this guy? Well she'd have to figure it out now would she not?

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Victor had finished walking towards the girl, his bare feet now resting on the grass, the sun fully shining down onto his body. It hurt, almost and he did have a limited time before the sun would literally start to make his skin feel like it was burning. Sunlight rids shadow, which is after all the entire base element of a Shade. Too long out here, and one might start to unravel a bit. The seal that was placed on him helped tolerate it a bit more than what was normal, but it didn't mean longtime exposure wouldn't be agony.

Suddenly, the girl had held out her hand, obviously to be shaken. Victor was taken aback, showing a bit of a surprised look on his face. "Does she really not know?" He thought to himself, looking down at her smooth skinned hand. It looked so, warm, and welcoming. He would of killed someone right there to be able to grasp it, to experience the feeling of her soft skin against his callused hand. To feel her warmth... who he wouldn't kill...
"Victor," He said, his dead, grey eyes meeting her stunningly blue eyes. "Victor Lowsley," he finished finally, after a small pause. His voice was more quiet than usual, sounding almost like the wind sliding through the canopy of a tree. He slowly lifted his hand from his side, his long fingers reaching out for hers, still deep in his fantasy of interaction.

But what was fantasy, remained fantasy, as Victors hand passed right through hers, his fingers curling in on themselves. Victor snapped out of it, biting the inside of his lip, a non-audible gasp of defeat slowly leaving his lungs. It'd feel like a winter passing through her hand, instead of something real. Something to hold. He gave her a hopeful, almost longing look, hoping she wouldn't react negatively.

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Lilly was a little confused, but certainly not upset when Victor hand well... Went through hers. "That's certainly new..." She giggled. "So your not a werewolf or vampire that's for sure..." She put her hand on her chin and circled the dark haired boy. "But then you can go through stuff..." She stopped in front of the boy. "Are you a ghost? Or something along those lines." She paused and acted as though she were thinking deeply, her icy blue eyes closing in though. "Because if that's the case..." Her eyes snapped opened and a more then slightly mischievous grinned flashed over her features.

"Please tell me you've freaked the living hell out of someone before!" Her eyes filled with a slight joy at the thought of Victor scaring the living daylights out of a teacher or one of those much to self indulged alphas back on her side of campus. "Because if you have... Awesome if you haven't... Then we might have too partner up so you can." Lilly chuckled a little and crossed her arms over her chest a warm smile returning to her features. She wasn't a trouble maker and she never held grudges but come on... Scaring someone who was a pompous jerk did appeal to the slightly more mischievous side of herself...

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Victor stood still, watching her slowly circle around him. He felt like she was inspecting him, looking him over, almost like a fresh piece of meat still bleeding from the hook. "That's and interesting reaction," he thought, still nervous as all hell. "She's not awkwardly backing off. She's, well interested in me? Could she really be?"

When suddenly, her eyes lit up. Life, fire, personality sparking into those big, startling blue things. They looked warm to him, inviting, friendly even. Victors throat tightened up. "No, I've never done that before," he said back to her, in a kind of quiet monotone. Hopefully it sounded thoughtful and apprehensive. He thought more about the question, "Well actually," he continued on, thinking back to a year or two ago. "There was a time I was just wandering around campus, not really paying attention to where I was going, and I walked in on a girl taking a shower in the locker room." He almost chuckled at the memory, thinking back. She was a younger girl, a first year most likely, fresh out of Highschool. He had seen her a few times beforehand, walking hurriedly from place to place, her straight blonde brown hair flying out behind her, her freckled face bearing an expression of nervousness and "Oh-god-I'm-going-to-be-late." He had never really payed attention to her before. He remembered wandering through the grounds that day, avoiding the sun, just walking from room to room, when he accidentally wandered right into the locker room and right into her shower. She didn't hear anyone, until he had gasped in surprise. She turned around, green eyes wide, soft, round, water covered brea...

Victor snapped out of the memory, and if his grayish skin had the ability to blush, it would of been bright red. "She-she was upset to put it simply," he finished, stuttering slightly. That probably wasn't a good story to share, but at least he had given an honest answer. He thought back to the question, his bare foot slowly dragging across the grass. Wait a minute, did she ask...
"Wait, partner up? Like you and me? Hanging out or something?" He said, a hopeful tone creeping into his voice slowly. This, now this was very unexpected.

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Victor stood still, watching her slowly circle around him. He felt like she was inspecting him, looking him over, almost like a fresh piece of meat still bleeding from the hook. "That's and interesting reaction," he thought, still nervous as all hell. "She's not awkwardly backing off. She's, well interested in me? Could she really be?"

When suddenly, her eyes lit up. Life, fire, personality sparking into those big, startling blue things. They looked warm to him, inviting, friendly even. Victors throat tightened up. "No, I've never done that before," he said back to her, in a kind of quiet monotone. Hopefully it sounded thoughtful and apprehensive. He thought more about the question, "Well actually," he continued on, thinking back to a year or two ago. "There was a time I was just wandering around campus, not really paying attention to where I was going, and I walked in on a girl taking a shower in the locker room." He almost chuckled at the memory, thinking back. She was a younger girl, a first year most likely, fresh out of Highschool. He had seen her a few times beforehand, walking hurriedly from place to place, her straight blonde brown hair flying out behind her, her freckled face bearing an expression of nervousness and "Oh-god-I'm-going-to-be-late." He had never really payed attention to her before. He remembered wandering through the grounds that day, avoiding the sun, just walking from room to room, when he accidentally wandered right into the locker room and right into her shower. She didn't hear anyone, until he had gasped in surprise. She turned around, green eyes wide, soft, round, water covered brea...

Victor snapped out of the memory, and if his grayish skin had the ability to blush, it would of been bright red. "She-she was upset to put it simply," he finished, stuttering slightly. That probably wasn't a good story to share, but at least he had given an honest answer. He thought back to the question, his bare foot slowly dragging across the grass. Wait a minute, did she ask...
"Wait, partner up? Like you and me? Hanging out or something?" He said, a hopeful tone creeping into his voice slowly. This, now this was very unexpected.

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Character Portrait: Alexander "Zero" Roland Character Portrait: Lydia Winters Character Portrait: Loreleigh Markum Character Portrait: Selene Savage Character Portrait: Kaoron Ligsten Character Portrait: Lea E. Kashenkai Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Lai J. Kashenkai Character Portrait: Lucas Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Lydia eagerly fidgeted on the black leather couch in the back of the limousine, biting her lower lip repeatedly. I'm going to be at one of the most prestigious schools in the world..in only a few minutes! came her excited thoughts, only causing her fidget more at the very prospect. In an attempt to quell this anxiousness bubbling over, Lydia absentmindedly started leaf through the instructional packet, a gift from the Headmaster. However, the petite redhead couldn't bring herself to concentrate on the words as her thoughts began to wander yet again. In the haze of joy that was washing over the human girl's mind, Lydia nearly missed the door being opened. Nearly.

Almost bursting out of the limo, the girl greedily took in the sight of the campus, all breathe fleeing her in amazement. The next several minutes passed in a blur of a mix between shock and an itching happiness as she was led through the nearly deserted campus to the headmaster's office. There, as she was debriefed on college life, the bubbly girl only took away this: keep your nose clean and get good grades. When a four page contract was pushed across the heavy oak desk to stop in front of her, Lydia Winters never gave it much thought on what it was for. She merely signed her name in the designated spots, drowning in her happiness. Perhaps it was the worst mistake this girl could ever have made or perhaps it was the best.

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Character Portrait: Lydia Winters Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Lilly laughed and rolled her eyes. "Yes what do you think I meant?" She gave a happy toothy grin. "Sense we will be hanging out I ought to give you the nickname only friends are allowed to call me." She grinned and made a sign that it was top secret. "You get to call me Lil." She grinned again happy to have made her technically first official friend. She had always had few but they had always called her Lil so it became a habit of sorts to give the nickname as an alternative whenever she did befriend someone.

Lilly's thoughts were interrupted by the sound of a car pulling up. She did not turn around to look... No instead she simply blinked her bright blue eyes loosing some of there brightness as they seemed to darken while she silently and without even looking around studied the new comer... They were a human? Yes the scent was undeniably that of a human... So the rumors that a human would be accepted to the school were true? That would cause some problems...

Lilly waited until the human was gone... Her eyes went back to there normal color... They only ever went a darker shade of blue when she was concentrating hard on something and for some reason the arrival of the car had been enough to trouble her. "So it seems the human rumor are true..." Lilly blinked. "I would say let's scare her but..." A grin broke onto Lilly's face. "But I'm not that mischievous... Or not yet." She giggled. "So what are you in the mood to do now Victor?" Lilly blinked and stared the taller boy right in the eyes.

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Character Portrait: Lydia Winters Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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"Lil," Victor repeated, the nickname rolling off his tongue quietly. It was a cute nickname. Very fitting for her. It almost seemed to hold all of her charm in one small syllable. He liked it, he liked it a lot. He kept his eyes trained on her, mulling over where this could be going inside of his head. She was so... energetic, effervescent, and bubbly in a subtly endearing way. The polar opposite of himself. Victor, with his grey skin and dead eyes. Victor, freezing cold to be around and monotone in word and action. He was only able to appear friendly to her in the first place because of the seal placed on him so long ago. It put the more human side of him back where it used to be. Strong magic indeed. He slid his tongue along the inside of his lip, a more common habit of his.

Victor, with his still human hearing, did not notice the car pulling up to the front of the school, but what he did notice was the change in Lils expression. Her eyes seemed to... darken a bit, becoming not so shockingly blue for a moment. She looked, thoughtful, maybe a bit startled as well. But, as he watched her, her face returned back to how it was before, a cute mix of innocence and mischef. Victors tongue slid again.

Then, it came. That word. "...Human," Lil said to him, smiling slightly. Victor screamed on the inside. "Human?! Here!? What!" it came, reverberating on the inside of his skull. "Human," echoing over and over again. Humans were never here. Since he had stumbled upon the campus and then bound here, there had not been one single human within a large radius of this place. A human, a human meant the possibility of feeding, and feeding meant strength. Strength meant being able to feed on the lesser of the supernatural beings here, and moving up the food chain. Gaining power, more and more until he could break the seal, and escape, re-released into the world. This whole thought process evoked an old inner fire within him. Burning, wicked, hot and red. Things were about to get interesting around here very quickly.

More words came from Lil, and Victor slowly returned back to earth. Back to his weakened human-like self. She was asking him something. "I'm sorry, what?" He said quietly, realizing she had stopped, now staring at him. "Uhm, yes. What to do," a montone creeping into his voice. "Well, I guess we could go on a... walk? Or something? Maybe get to know each other a little better," he finished, his eyes meeting hers. "Who knows, maybe we'll run into the human on the way and still get a chance to scare her."

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Lilly grinned. "Sure... But let's avoid the vampire side of campus... Pretty sure that they would not appreciate a werewolf and a ghost walking around like they own the place... And on my side people understand what a well placed growl means." Smiling Lilly closed her book remembering her page number and set off toward her side of campus. Of course it did not take them to long to reach her side and before long they were weaving about exploring everything there was to be explored. After a little while of silence Lilly turned to look at Victor. "So got any questions for me? Ask away~ It can be anything from whats your favorite color to what do you think about being a werewolf anyway?" Lilly grinned noticing a few people staring she stuck her tongue out at them until they blinked confused and stopped looking her way. Smirking victoriously Lilly gave a small skip before kicking a rock. Today was certainly turning out to be an interesting day.

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Victor was silent for the duration of the walk between the courtyard and the Werewolf dorms. It was nice having a small spot of quiet to dwell in for a few minutes. It gave him time to think. He still wasn't sure what he thought about this girl, and was still shocked even from the encounter. In all of his time on the campus, no werewolf or vampire alike had warmed up to him this quickly. Yet then again, this girl really didn't seem like an average Werewolf. She seemed so, light and friendly rather than territorial and over aggressive. This girl was different, in a very good way.

Her question came suddenly, breaking the silence like a pebble in a still pond. He turned to her, making sure to keep in the shade of the cobble path they had come to walk on. It was easier for him to think and talk without the constant burn of the sun on his skin. "Yes actually," he said, after a bit of a pause "I do have a question or two for you. But, to keep it fair and interesting, let's take turns shall we?" he finished. He gave a small smile as she stuck her tongue out at a random passerby, who looked rather startled at the gesture. "I guess I'll start though. How long have you been a Werewolf and how long have you been on this campus?" He asked, his eyes looking for hers. This was a good start, a good way to gather some basic information about her. Who knew, maybe she'd even go off on a large tangent and he'd get even more out of it than he intended. She did seem like quite the conversationalist after all.

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Lilly nodded at Victor and agreed to there question game. "Hmmm well... I don't know how long I've been one... I guess sense I was born... But I never knew not until I got older... At about 13 I was adopted by a werewolf couple... They knew what I was long before I did... They weren't part of a pack so I was raised as a lone wolf." Lilly continued to walk there was a bounce in her step and her long hair bounced and swayed with each of her bounces or sways. "This is my first year here... Needless to say I'm not use or really approving of the pack mentality most werewolves have... A few have offered to take me in but..." Lilly just chuckled. "Well needless to say once a lone wolf always a lone wolf." A proud grin came over her features. As they continued to walk Lilly decided it was her turn to ask questions. "Alright so... How long have you been here?"

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Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley

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Victor listened to Lil's answer quietly, keeping his eyes trained on her the entire time. "A lone wolf." He thought to himself, "She might be more like me than I thought."
He continued walking, his long hair staying put despite the small warm breeze that had slowly crept up. A wandering leaf drifted through the lower part of his left shin, vanishing for a second, then continuing on its way undisturbed.

He smiled at her question, a faint and thoughtful look slowly sweeping over his face.
"I've been here since the mid 18th century. Perhaps the late 17th. I can't remember the exact year anymore. It's been far too long." He trailed off slowly, his sentence joining with the breeze. "I haven't left the campus grounds since drifting onto it in the first place."
It had been a very long time since he had thought about his first day here. The skies were dark that day, heavy with clouds that were pregnant with rain. They seemed heavy, about to collapse even. He had been walking through a forest, his feet stepping onto damp leaves and undergrowth. The canopy of the trees had added to the darkness, making it the perfect place for Victor. He had blended into the shadow of the trees almost, appearing indiscernable to any sort of passerby, had there been any.

Then, the rain had started. Heavy, fat drops, falling from the sky by the millions. It started slow at first, but after the booming sound of thunder and the sudden and brilliant flash of lightning brought the full force of the downpour down. Victor hated rain. Not because of the impossible danger of being soaked, quite the opposite really.
Each individual raindrop coming down, falling through his body and onto the ground. Each blasted raindrop, passing through him again and again. It caused his appearance to shimmer. Appear slightly transparent, then not. Victor remembered stopping to look down at his own hands, and watch them quiver and vibrate. He stood there for a very long time, as the rain picked up, falling at a more unforgiving pace.
Each drop. Each vibration of his hand, would remind him of how unreal he was. Of every single sensation he couldn't have anymore. The taste of water or good food. The touch of another object, or someone else. He realized something that day, something that continued to torture him through every night of his sleepless existence.
He remembered seeing the towers of the University campus above the trees. He remembered walking onto the lawn and seeing the mossy cobblestone paths and high arches. He remembered the Headmistress coming out, looking unconcerned, but interested.

Victors gaze slowly went downward. "I guess you could say I've been here longer than most." he finished.
Now it was his turn once again to ask again. "So, Lil. What's it like being a Werewolf? Are you in control of your abilities? How does that work exactly?" he thought for a second, deciding to add on a second question, despite the rules of the game. "And, most importantly, do you like being a Werewolf?"

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Character Portrait: Alexander "Zero" Roland Character Portrait: Lydia Winters Character Portrait: Loreleigh Markum Character Portrait: Kaoron Ligsten Character Portrait: Lea E. Kashenkai Character Portrait: Lilly Cellest Character Portrait: Lai J. Kashenkai Character Portrait: Lucas Character Portrait: Victor Lowsley Character Portrait: Maria Takawa

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"Kylie Galen looked up from the slice of pepperoni pizza on the fine china plate and tried to ignore the ghost swinging the bloody sword right behind her grandfather and great-aunt. Her new found family members were … good people, but a tad on the proper side. And proper people probably wouldn't appreciate an uninvited ghost getting their dining room walls bloody.
The spirit, a female, dark flowing hair, in her early thirties, stopped in mid-swing and stared directly at Kylie. You kill or be killed. It’s really rather simple. The words reverberated in Kylie’s head. They were communicating telepathically, and considering the topic being discussed, that was probably for the best.
That’s not simple, Kylie shot back. And I’m trying to eat, so would you mind leaving?
That’s rude, the ghost said. You’re supposed to help spirits. You need to abide by your guidelines.
Kylie twisted the cloth napkin she’d placed in her lap. Okay, was there something written in the rule books about a ghost whisperer having to be polite to obnoxious spirits?
Oh, wait, she didn't have a freaking rule book, or guidelines. She was winging it. Winging everything, in fact: ghost whispering, being a supernatural, being someone’s girlfriend.
Being someone’s ex-girlfriend!
Lately it felt like she was winging her whole damned life, and making a fine mess of things, too. Like her decision to leave Shadow Falls, the camp/recently turned boarding school for paranormal teens. It had felt like the right thing to do at the time.
Had
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Losing concentration, Maria stopped her reading and proceeded to look out the window. She had arrived at the University, the prior night. Not having any time to explore, she went directly to the office and then to her new assigned dorm. Apparently, she was in "luck" yesterday because she got to her dorm room but nobody was around to greet her. Though, this made her goal of meeting new people, much more difficult. Being a shy girl was something Maria wasn't proud of; due to the fact that she couldn't go and talk to some stranger right out of the bat like other girls.

Resting her head on the palm of her hand, she returned her gaze to the instruments on the room. She could see a few guitar cases, a piano and other instruments she hasn't got time to try and play. Maria looked back at the words on the book, now resting on her lap. A small sigh could be heard coming out of her mouth. "Why did I have to come here? I don't see the difference between this school and a normal one..." Another sigh could be heard coming from her; closing the book on her lap she went back to look out the window. The day was beautiful, the blue sky had almost no clouds and the birds could be seen flying around. If she weren't so timid, she would have been outside trying to meet new "friends" or talk with some of the other vampires around. Though, she doesn't judge much on species; to her friends came in different varieties. She also heard about the news of a human being accepted to the school. Many of her fellow peers were very shocked about it, but not her. It was bound to happen, besides that is why they were being educated; to become part of human society. She looked at the clock in the room and became thoughtful. "My first class should be starting soon.... Shaking her head, a sad smile appeared on her face. Deciding to skip her first class, she snapped out of her thoughts. She knew she was braking school rules by not going to lass, but it was her first day. She'll come up with some excuse later; besides it wasn't like she was going to skip all of her classes on her first day. That would surely draw negative attention to her persona and she wasn't looking for any type of attention. Standing up from her spot, she walked to the guitar cases and picked one up. Taking the guitar, she placed it on her lap and started to tune it. After completing this task, she proceeded to play one of her favorite melodies. Playing this, she started to sing the lyrics to the song. Although, she mixed it up by inserting some spanish into the song.

“When the night has come and the land is dark. Y la luna es la luz que brilla ante mí. Miedo no, no tendré, oh I won’t, no me asustare. Just as long as you stand, stand by me. And darling, darling stand by me, oh stand by me. Oh stand, junto a mí, junto a mí.

Y aunque las montañas o el cielo caiga. No voy a preocuparme porque se, que tu estas, junto a mí. No llorare, no llorare oh, I won’t shed a tear. Porque se, que tu estas junto a mi. And darling, darling stand by me, oh stand by me. Oh stand, stand by me, stand by me.

And darling, darling stand by me, oh stand by me. Oh stand, junto a mí, junto a mí. And darling, darling stand by me, oh stand by me. Oh stand, junto a mí, junto a mí.”


Maria had a great singing voice, but she was extremely shy. This prevent her from performing in front of anyone. Though at the moment she was so into the song that, if anyone were to come in she wouldn't be able to notice.[/center]