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Sandra Swan

Fay

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a character in “Saving Home”, as played by mummydove

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Sandra Swan

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Age:
800
Race:
Fay
Gender:
Female
History:
Sandra was born to two fairies who lived in a large hollow of a mature Willow tree. They lived happily and always did projects together. Then one day her parents suddenly disappeared. Sandra looked for them and investigated around Home. The only lead she got was a rumor. The rumor was that they were sent to the dungeon for speaking out. Sandra is unsure if she should believe this rumor or not. Although, her parents were know to complain. They complained about King Cain and the changes. For many years Sandra has been left to wonder about her parents. Sandra now has plans to seek into the dungeon to look for her parents one day. Her mission is to find her parents. In her free time, Sandra makes poison, it has become a hobby of hers.
Personality:
Sandra is a confidant reserved Fay. She isn't afraid to express her opinions. Although, she knows to hold her tongue at times. Some have called her harsh because of her bluntness. She finds no point in sugar coating things or lying. Including, she is stubborn to the core. Her small stature has caused her to rarely ask for help.

At times she goes into things blindly which shows she is brave. When angered, she will not say a word. Her anger doesn't tend to last long if she is apologized to. The creature needs to be and sound genuinely sorry. Sandra will never apologize first if she is right.

Another thing is that Sandra is a planner. She plans things out very carefully. Sandra is also very organized. For the most part, Sandra is friendly, kind, and gentle. She even has her moments when she is quiet chatty. Lastly, Sandra has a deadly side which no one wants to see; it could lead to your death.
Flaws:
Sandra has the flaw of taking things which grab her attention. She usually takes things that are left alone. Another flaw is Sandra has a bit too much pride for her own good. She has habits of spying and ease dropping all the time. Lastly, she sometimes speaks too much. She tends to tell people information they may not need to know. She even will tell others things that have nothing to do with them.
Talents:
Sandra is a natural with her magic. She is great at making flowers bloom and pollinating gardens. Also she has is a good tinker. Including, she has super hearing.Sandra is an expert at flying and making poison. Lastly, she is quiet good at spying because of her talent at being stealthy.
Other:
Sandra is somewhat suspicious about the King. Her parents complaints has influenced her slightly. She finds the changes he has made to be odd. Also, she dislikes him slightly. It irritated her when he banned Fay from the castle. She believes he has no reasoning behind the changes he made. Sandra is annoyed with the king at the most. She wants an apology from him.

So begins...

Sandra Swan's Story

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Character Portrait: Sandra Swan Character Portrait: Idon Metel

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Sandra fluttered around her home as she tidied up, it was quiet large for a hollow. Once finished, she looked through all of the dresses in her closet. She finally chose a red strapless silky dress. The dress hugged her from the waist up; the skirt was loose and flowy. Next she slid on golden gladiator sandals. Including, she wore gold ball earrings with matching bracelets. She had two bracelets on each wrist. Sandra sat in front of her mirror and brushed her long wavy brown hair. Once finished she exited her home. Sandra flew quickly towards the market.

Her attentive eyes scanned the ground carefully. 'I wonder if I will find anything of interest today,' she mused; her mind was already on the things she may find. On her way to the market she was distracted. There was a Soldier who seemed to be walking towards town. 'Oh that is Idon. He is a Solider. Let me make sure to show respect to him when I speak. I wouldn't want to get into any trouble,' she mused sarcastically. She flew towards him.

"Good morning Sir Idon. My name is Sandra. How are you doing on this fine day? Is King Cain doing well? Are you heading to the market?" she questioned. She tucked a loose strand of hair behind one of her ears. She quickly looked him over as she waited for answers. 'I haven't talked to this Solider before. He may find it odd I know his name. Oh well, it isn't my fault I find things out about people," she mused. She was high enough in the air so that she was somewhat at eye level with him. She flew in place. Sandra gave him a smile.

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Character Portrait: Ellanor Frill Character Portrait: Issac Prynne Character Portrait: Adriana Aura Character Portrait: Sandra Swan Character Portrait: Idon Metel

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Ellanor Frill
Ella wondered what the boy was doing. He crawled out from under the wide table on all fours with a triumphant smile on his face, directed at the door. Then he turned towards the two girls with an even bigger smile, before actually seeing them. His eyes quickly cast over Adriana who still didn’t seem to be able to relieve herself of shock. Then his gaze turned to Ella. The prism on the necklace glowed ever so faintly and Ella noticed it had now grown back to its original size. Great! Now she could restrain herself from seducing anyone else. Even as she thought this the boy stuttered out and introduction and then requested her as a play mate, while flushing.
Ella smiled sweetly at him and then, she couldn’t help it, tilted her head slightly, a move which entranced most that viewed her. “I’m Ella.” She almost sang it out. This was natural for a siren when she encountered one of the opposite gender. “I’d love to play with you,” She continued. A clearing of the throat stopped her from going any further. A hand grabbed her arm. “WE’D love to play with you,” Adriana said coldly. Ella frowned at her friend. She knew that she shouldn’t be messing with this boy. It could end horribly wrong, with a child’s corpse at the bottom of the ocean. But then again, Adriana knew that Ella wouldn’t kill him on the first day. It took three to four days in a row. Still, she supposed it was good to take precautions.
“Yes,” she said “We’d be happy to play with you, as long as,” she paused to glance at Adriana “As long as it doesn’t involve water.” Ella hoped that would make up for killing the other man. If she could sho restraint with this boy then perhaps her friend would relax.
Idon Metel
Idon watched the strange new comer. He looked like a bruised homeless man and, were it his past life, Idon would have reached out and helped him in any way he could. But there was something strange about him. Did his skin really move in that strange way? The man was talking to a red head in the market. She had a kindly face. It was a possibility that one of them could slip up and he’d be able to lead them away to the dungeons. He was currently disappointed since fellow soldiers had informed him that just moments before he arrived there had been a strange occurrence. The zap kid had played one of his stupid pranks. He had managed to trick an elderly familiar into admitting that she hated the king. He had charged her for treason, although that was a bit high.
The red head and the bruised man had started walking towards a bear in the distance. That probably meant at least one of them was a familiar. Pushing himself off the wall he was about to follow when a small women hovered in air, right in his face. Great, a Fay had to bother him now. He put on his childish mask before the fairy asked how the king was doing. Obviously he knew she was a Soldier. She also knew his name was Idon. The innocent smile dropped off his face. He didn’t need it if she knew what he was. Instead of answering her question, however, he wondered aloud. “Would you be a good meal for my birds? Perhaps a chickadee would like you. Or a raven.” He ran his fingers through his black hair as if he was seriously thinking about calling a bird to eat her.

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Character Portrait: Sandra Swan Character Portrait: Idon Metel

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Sandra's smile left her lips quickly. She grew a tad suspicious when that innocent smile dropped off his face. She quietly listened to him as he spoke. Her eyes narrowed slightly in annoyance now as she looked at Idon. A smirk formed on her lips. She slowly licked her lips.

"Would I make a good meal for your birds? I wonder, how fast would a chickadee or raven die from poison? Would they make a good meal for me? I would be quiet a deadly meal for any of your birds. I would also be very tricky to catch. I know tons of hiding places too," she stated.

She pursed lips. "Hmm, it would be a shame if a bird precious to you ended up dead, wouldn't it now?" she questioned; not expecting an answer. She slowly began to fly backwards. She was pretty much done speaking with this Soldier. Sandra could never really stand Soldiers.

"Now, good day sir. I would hate for this conversation to become even more unpleasant Idon. Also, I wouldn't want anything to happen to any bird you may send after me. I do like animals quite a bit, hurting one would be a shame," she said. Then she quickly dart off deeper into the market.

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Character Portrait: Ellanor Frill Character Portrait: Issac Prynne Character Portrait: Adriana Aura Character Portrait: Sandra Swan Character Portrait: Idon Metel

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Idon Metel
Idon smirked when he saw the Fay get mad, just like he’d expect. “It’d be a shame if one of your birds ended up dead, wouldn’t it now?” She said, fluttering around a bit now instead of hovering in his face. She said her goodbye and darted into the market, quickly disappearing into the vast sea of bodies. Idon’s smile went up again, this time with a hint of triumph at having made the Fay go away.
A strange pang suddenly hit him as he remembered a small fluttering thing talking to him as a child. He blinked and it was gone. The consequences of being altered to a Soldier were vast, so anything could happen. In his case he had lost his memories. For a second he was dazed before he shook it off.
By now he couldn’t see the newcomer or the redhead. The smile was still painted perfectly on his face but it had lost the victory from before. He pushed his way through the mass of bodies looking for them.
Perhaps, he thought, it’s time to return to the castle.
Ellanor Frill
“The King?” Adriana said in a slightly shrill voice. Ella rolled her eyes. Her friend was always one to exaggerate things. But going to the palace to play did seem extreme. After all, the king was royalty. Ella didn’t think they would be allowed inside the castle. She glanced up at the poster with the king’s portrait on it above the door. In her own home she had created a fabric with the king’s face on it. It had taken a while but it was better than a poster that would easily tear. She could already see the worn marks on Adriana’s poster. She glanced over at the girl to find her nervously playing with the lights in the shop. On and off they flickered. Of course they didn’t turn off all the way, Adriana was afraid of the dark. Even if they had, however, there would be light from the windows.
Finally Ella decided to speak. They weren’t going to get anywhere if they just stood in silence. She smiled again at the boy, called Zapper, and spoke, “I’m not sure if we’ll actually be allowed entry but I suppose we could walk to the palace and see what happens.” She tossed a lock of blue hair from her face as Adriana agreed and then bustled around to close up the shop. “I’m ready,” she announced. They both looked at Zapper for his reaction.