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Adelaide Clark

The Stranger

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a character in “PURGATORIO”, as played by Doom


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        NAME : Adelaide Clark NICKNAME : Deli CHARACTER ROLE : The Stranger OCCUPATION : Customer Service
        AGE : Twenty-Four GENDER : Female ORIENTATION : Pansexual
        WEIGHT : 140lbs HEIGHT : 5'5 HAIR COLOR : Brown EYE COLOR : Blue green
        BODY MODIFICATIONS : n/a BODY TYPE : Average height ; Curvy ; Slightly toned muscles


              Deli is an artist at heart. She enjoys knitting, sewing and all sorts of arts and crafts.
              She likes to make her own things, often being thrifty by making something instead of purchasing it.
              Once Deli starts something she has to finish it.
              She is also extremely loyal, sticking with her friends like glue.
              Deli has a bad habit of always taking a dare.
              She's a do first think later type of gal.
              Deli most defiantly holds a grudge for years.
              There is almost no way to gain her trust back once it's gone.

        LIKES : Drawing & Knitting , Video games , People watching & Rain
        DISLIKES : Mouthy people , Plain food , Big cities , Romcons & Apple pie
        QUIRKS : Taps her pen while thinking & Scratches when nervous
        FEARS : Large fires & Dark forests
        VICES : Cigarettes & Beer


        HISTORY : If there was one thing that Adelaide looked forward to every summer as a child; it was visiting her grandparents.
        Deli disliked the city, while she enjoyed everything being open all the time the feeling of being crammed into a tiny apartment
        with no such thing as grass always depressed her. Everyone was pretty much on top of one another and loud all through the
        night. The sound of nature and the sight of stars at night was a welcomed change. Her grandparents were always happy to
        spend time with her but of course they were always happy with the extra help around the house, Deli was willing to do every-
        thing that their aging bodies just couldn't handle anymore. Sometimes she even got to go to the movie theater to help with the
        snack bar or to take the tickets from customers.

        Just barely into her teenager years everything would change. Just like every year Deli had been staying with her grandparents
        barely a month into her vacation. She was working the snack bar that night, sipping on her 'stolen' soda and munching on sour
        gummies when the smell of something burning suddenly hit her. At first Deli thought it was nothing thinking she had burned the
        popcorn again but the smell didn't fade, instead it got worse. It was almost like a dream, suddenly people ran out of one of the
        theaters screaming fire merely seconds before the alarm started to blare. They ran for the front door but they flames already
        blocked their way. A part of her shut down, it wasn't until she felt the searing pain against her legs that finally Deli moved run-
        ning into the office. After prying a window opened, she called to the others before exiting herself. The blaze grew engulfing the
        buildings beside it. Later that night Deli would learn how terrible the fire truly was. Her grandparents were ruined, they had lost
        their business and not only that families were planning to sue them for the disaster. That was the last time she was in the town,
        the last time she saw her aging grandparents who heart broken and filled with guilt passed away days after one another three
        years later.

        Something always felt off about that night but as time went on and scars faded she couldn't help but try to forget after all every-
        one else did. A year after her grandparent's passed away on her 18th birthday she received a package, it was from them. Every-
        thing they had left, they had given it to her. Apparently by leaving the town the people promised to let them be, lawsuits were
        dropped as they divided remaining property left leaving them with a small fortune and their home. Years would still pass before
        Deli would even consider stepping foot into that home. It wasn't until she heard from THE LAW that she thought about that night
        once more. Packing her life up Deli happily said good-bye to the honking horns and screaming neighbors making her way back
        to that quiet quaint town of secrets.


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Adelaide Clark's Story


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Character Portrait: Adelaide Clark Character Portrait: Nuko Maes
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The doors slammed ahead of him. It took him a second to realize that someone was walking towards him. Asking if he had a lighter. Nuko startled a little, if only because he was surprised anyone would approach him. He had a reputation of being a shitty sonofabitch to be aroundβ€”too much trouble to rub shoulders with at least. Besides, he didn’t look too good right now. Busted lip, grass-stained jeans. Looking like he dragged himself out of the gutters. But here she was. A girl. Brown-haired and bright-eyed. Unfamiliar to him, which was weird because they lived in a particularly small town. He made a humming noise of assent and stepped away from the wall, β€œYeah, sure.”

Jae hadn’t responded yet. Maybe he wasn’t even planning to show up after all. He’d said he would, but now he wasn’t sure. Staying put outside beat wandering around inside. Bumping into familiar faces didn’t sound too appealing. Besides, it was damn stuffy in there. He didn’t doubt that there’d be drunk girls stumbling around in knife-like heels, clasped in tight-knit groups… screeching how this was their favorite song. He fished the bullet-shaped lighter from his pocket and held it out to her. But instead of handing it over, Nuko poised his thumb across the flicker. Ready to light it. If it was at all something strange to do for someone he’d never met, he didn’t give any indication he cared.

A slight grin cracked across his lips, dragging the scar back and revealing teeth.

β€œSomeone already ruined yer’ shirt in there, eh?”

Even if he looked amused, he hadn’t laughed. This girlβ€”she was a stranger. The more he looked at her, the more he thought that she just didn’t seem the type to be around these parts. He’d been here long enough to know. She wasn't stumbling down the stairs with an entourage of girls in tow, head-thrown back; cackling. Sure, there was plenty of smokers in there, but he knew most of them. Probably gave them smokes at some point. Seemed like he was always outside of whatever event was happening. Close enough to feel the heat, but far enough not to be involved. If she’d been living here for awhile, he was sure he would’ve seen her. Or at least heard about her from Jae. Maybe Jason... if they still talked. His tone come out in a lazy drawl.

β€œM’names Nuko.”