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Celestria Bennett

"Living an outcast isn't as bad as it seems." (The Hybrid)

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a character in “The Black Days”, as played by MarchHare

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Name:

Celestria Bennett

AKA:

Celeste

Age:

20

Height:

5'4"

Distinguishing Features:

Left eye is deep brown, right eye light blue, waist length black hair, beauty mark above upper lip.

Race:

Vampire

Position:

Hybrid

Family:

Mother- Deceased
Father- Unknown






Personality:

Celestria is rather kind and well spirited, even with being the child of a human and vampire, knowing the hatred of her kind. Despite this though, her mother raised her to ignore the hate even though it scares her quite a bit. From her upbringing away from all the over villagers, she's grown up to be rather shy, only venturing out away from home when her mother did. Even then she made no eye contact with others.

Mate:
NONE
Pet/Freshie:
NONE

Other:

-Celestria creates fabrics and even articles of clothing to sell, as being her source of money, even her own clothes as well.
-Grows flowers for their beauty and smell.




History:

Was born of a mother whom use to be a donor before the young woman's birth, but eventually had become addicted to the overwhelming bite of the vampire. The change was gradual for her mother, though, she never really even noticed the change within herself until it was too late. She had become pregnant with Celestria, but did not know of such still she had started growing rounder in size. The woman was not sure what to do about it, especially since she knew the father was a vampire making her child a hybrid. So, instead of continuing her addicted lifestyle that she'd become use to, she left.

She had found a wonderful house that was secluded on it's own, a wonderful house that she and her daughter would be able to live happily at. After the girl's birth they did just that, lived a rather well life. As the young Celestria grew, she quickly learned how looked down upon her kind was among those. Yet, she never really knew why.

As the years grew on and she matured into a woman, her mother became ill, but with little money there wasn't any way for her to help her sick mother out. Eventually she died, leaving Celeste to live on her own. The girl now lives within the same home, away from the society as an outcast. Accepted by neither the humans or vampires.

Most do not know that she is a hybrid, for a really does not advertise it in the fear of others would do. She very much tends to keep to herself mostly, unless she is confronted by another.

So begins...

Celestria Bennett's Story

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Steadily, the sun had began to rise up over the mountains, over the trees that made up the lush green forest where many forms of life made their homes. The chirps and tweets from the birds were the only thing that could be heard on this wonderful spring morning. The sun's bright rays soon found their way through Celestria's window, the beaming light laying upon her pale, soft skin. It didn't take too long till the warmth had awakened her from her nights rest, greeting her into a brand new day. With a slow motion, she sat herself up upon her bed, arms reaching over her head as she stretched the any discomfort out of her body. A revealed sigh come from out of her lungs, she was certainly now well rested and ready for the day and whatever it had in store.

Minutes passed while Celestria was going about her usual morning rituals, one included eating. The normal human diet of delicious breakfast things. Then it was to dress herself for the day, something usual but nothing that drew attention towards the young female. After all was said and done, she merely sat around her home for a while, going out every now and again to see the flowers blooming around her little house. It wasn't the most attractive little place, but it was home. The flowers gave it quite a better appearance, not that she worried since she never got visitors.

More time passed, it was now later in the day and about around noon. It was quite the opportunistic time to go out and sell some things. People were out mingling and eating. Though talking to others made her nervous, she needed money to eat and such. There was no way she was going to start living on vampire means. So with a huff she gathered some things, cloth and articles of clothing mostly, and headed into the Olimpious market. Not without pulling her hood over her head of course.

When she finally entered the market place, the sounds of people talking among one another ran through her ears. It was just like it had always been. Celestria placed everything down once she made it to stand she sold at, displaying everything out for viewing eyes to see. The men walked on passed her, having no interest in what the young woman was selling, but as for the women, they were certainly more interested in the men. A few came by, riffling through everything to get a better look and to feel the material between their fingers. Once they found what the wanted, they paid and left. Minimal conversation, expect for chatting about the prices, but it was certainly more comfortable that way.

A little more time had passed, she sold a few other items, but it was quite a slow day to say the least. The hybrid let out a sigh of boredom, soon shaken from her bored disposition by the sounds of yelling coming from the pub close by. It wasn't odd to hear from the pub, it was a place for people to drink and when people drank they usually became loud. Her blue and brown eyes scanned the area around. Listening to the conversations of passer-bys.

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Drake had never been one for getting up early, so when he finally pulled himself out of bed the sun was just starting to go down. He groaned to himself, rolled out, and grabbed some clothes to throw on. Nothing too fancy, just a white cotton shirt and some darker cotton pants. Jean...if he remembered correctly.

He grabbed his bag to search through what money he had. Quite a bit, which wasn't usual for him. He looped the bag of precious coins around his wrist before he pushed his way out of the cottage and started a brisk walk into town. He had to make it before all the venders started to disappear.

Drake didn't really like living in Olimpious. Humans weren't the best company to keep with the job he had. Even as he walked with essentially no one noticing him, he felt as if holes were being stared through his back. He was, after all, the biggest walking, talking, version of a traitor.

He preferred the vampires.

Made that made him sick, he wasn't completely sure. He didn't suppose he really minded either. He had only stayed at the cottage because he knew he was going to need to make it to the market on time, which he was barely doing anyway. If he had stayed the day in Akeldama there was no way he would have made it at all.

He wanted to be back. Right about now things were winding down in the human world, but in the vampire world they were just getting started. A grin crossed his face at the idea. One that was suddenly thrown off his face when he almost hit his ass on the ground.

A cat. He'd almost tripped over a cat. Being the animal lover he was he jumped out of the way from stepping on her just in time, but there she was. A beautiful black cat.

With a kid not far behind him. Couldn't have been older than a pre-teen. Drake smiled apologetically. "Sorry man, didn't see her. Blends in and all." He reached into his pocket and grabbed a coin. Something gold. He tossed it over with another smile. "Just in case she's hurt."

Then he twisted on his heels, a stand locked in his sights. A clothing stand, mostly. The girl who ran it was quite, with long black hair and mixmatched eyes. He liked her, she seemed a little weird and that had always been his type. He just hoped he could catch her in time. He really needed a dress for his sister...which he had absolutely no idea what he was doing. At all.

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The time seemed to have slipped by that day and before the young girl knew it, the sun was already started to set along the horizon. It had seemed like such a also day to her though, not many coming to purchase her items but that was surely alright. As long as she was able to make some money shed be able to go one about living as comfortably as she could. What the girl need to do now was to start packing things up to head home. Living on the outskirts of the town made it quite the walk. It wasn't any better having to lug all her cloth and clothing with her on her own, but it was something shed certainly grown use to.

In just a minute she had started to gather up the fabrics first, gathering them within a neat pile upon the stand. Before gather the clothing, she glanced around the market to see if there was anyone else coming this way. Celestria didn't expect to actually see anyone around now that night was coming soon. Yet her eyes fell upon a man, who was looking her way or at least she certainly bough he was. A nervous rush ran through her body as she looked around to check if any other stand was still open. Sadly there really wasn't another stand that was still there to sell or one that didn't already have things packed to leave. She was pretty much the last one left and the chances of him coming over was rather high.

It was more opportunity for her to earn more money for the day, so the young women placed everything she had gathered back out for the man to look at. If he came over that is.

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Drake sighed in relief when he happened to catch her before leaving, and jogged slowly to her stand when he got closer. "Sorry," he mumbled as he rubbed the back of his neck a little awkwardly. "I know you're ready to go but...if I could just have one more moment of your time...?"

He knew he had it, otherwise she would have hightailed her way out of the market. Still, he always felt bad for bothering people at closing time. Which he had a terrible habit of doing as far as the human world was concerned. His eyes traveled over the cloths sat out and he slowly shook his head.

"So...uh," Drake began. "I'm looking for a birthday present for my little sister...she's turning thirteen in a couple of days." A sad smile tugged at his lips. It had been so long since he had last been aloud to see her, he couldn't believe she was getting so old. "But I don't really...know anything...about this..."

He gestured to all of her stuff. Drake himself dressed very nicely, but mostly because his clothes were gifts from others, vampires specifically, and usually came in full outfits so he didn't question how they were supposed to go. As for other clothing or fabrics or...young girls really.

He smiled, slightly embarrassed. "Any advice?"

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Celestria placed her hand together, weaving her fingers between one another as the man had made his way over towards her stand. She wasn't sure what to think right at the moment, but this may have been the first time she'd had a man at her own stand. "I.. it is alright," she managed to stutter out in a rather soft tone, "you may, I.. am not it too much, of a rush." The girl's eyes fell upon the clothes instead of the man in front of the stand.

For a moment there seemed to be only silence, which for her only made the situation even more awkward. She prevailed though, waiting upon him to make some sort of a decision about what it was he wanted. Like most men, though, he seemed to not have a clue.

"W.. well," she began, placing her hands upon some dresses, "what would you, say that her size is, if you would have to guess?" Her small, pale hands rummaged a bit through the folded clothing. A couple of dresses were pulled from out of them, smaller ones that would fit a younger girl of that age, but without really knowing how small the girl was she couldn't quite make a well thought out choice.

Her eyes gazed up to him for just a single moment before the unmatched pair fell back upon the dresses her in hands. "But if, you don't l.. like the look of these, I could always make something for her that would be more personal. It would only take a day or two, if it is... something you'd be interested in."

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Her size? Drake felt his brow knit together. He honestly had no idea. First of all, he hadn't actually been aloud to see her up close for a couple of months. But she was tall, and very thin. That was from being poor. No matter how hard he tried, his family still refused to let him give them money.

"Um..." his eyes darted through the dresses she held up before he finally pointed at one of them. "She's probably no bigger around than that but she's...very tall. Actually...this would probably fit her..." he wasn't completely sure though, to be honest.

He was about to start backtracking the moment the woman suggest he might not like the look of her dresses. They were quite pretty, and any one he could see on his sister. But then she mentioned that she could make one, and it would be more personal.

"Actually," Drake mused. "That would be perfect. Could I take this one as well, though?" He tended to get more than most people wanted for gifts. It was a way to not feel so guilty.

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The girl watched him closely from cover of her hood, her eyes studying to changing expressions of his face. From the looks of it, he really didn't know what sort of size the girl was, though she didn't quite expect the man to know but had given in the benefit of the doubt. She fiddled with her hands for a little bit, running the soft skin along the slender appendages that were her fingers.

"T.. this one?" she looked upon the dress for a moment before looking back at him. Then her eyes darted over to the other one as well. It seemed like she was rather thing, but tall as well. She'd more than likely having to make him something that would fit her in all the aspects.

"Oh? O.. of course you may take this one as well. I certainly.. would not mind it," she gave a slight clearing of her throat. With a gentle motion she gave the dress a quick folding before handing it to the gentleman. The hybrid gave one last clearing of her throat, trying her hardest not to sound as nervous as she was already sounding in the first place. "That would be.. 2 gold coin, sir," her hands gently found their way through her thick, black hair.

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Drake tried to smile as kindly as he possibly could before he took the cloth from the woman. He hated making people as nervous as she apparently was. Generally, Drake liked to think he was a nice person. But he always made people uncomfortable. He figured it was because they could all tell he was...different.

It was vampires. They left a scar. Even if humans couldn't smell the scent they left, it was just like everyone knew he preferred to be in their company. In their world...there was no larger disgrace than that. Even the donors were respected, because without their services there would be war, but freshies...freshies were looked down on. Blood traitors. Whores.

Usually, none of that bothered Drake. He could care less what his peers thought about him, because he practically lived on cloud nine. The rest of them...they were ruled by fear. Always afraid of what would happen if they put one toe out of line. Drake lived a lot more simply. He made decisions and didn't look back. And the money was good...maybe it couldn't bye happiness, but it bought comfort. And that was the second best thing.

He dug through his pocket with his good hand until he came back with the gold she required and handed it over. "Would you like me to go ahead and pay you for what you're going to make?" He didn't mind. He would probably pay her twice anyway. Drake had more money than he generally knew what to do with, he threw it around like little girls threw flowers.

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Celestria looked up his smiling face, it seemed to be a very kind smile at that. She certainly was hoping that he didn't believe her nervousness was directly influenced by him. It was rather the way she was with anyone whom would strike up a conversation with the girl. So, the girl merely smiled back at him, being sure to keep her teeth hidden from him, though they only peeked out from behind her lips a little.

Oh how she really did wish to be able to talk to others, it would make conversations with costumers go a lot better than they usually would. Alas, it would take a long while for her to even fathom speaking without being nervous with others.

As she awaited for him to take out the coins from his pocket, she trailed her fingers across her bottom lip. "Oh uh.." she reached out and took the gold from the man, "you.. don't need to, just yet. I.. I'd like to at least make sure... you like it first before you need to uh.. pay." The girl turned away for just a moment to stick the coins within a pouch she kept on the ground behind her.

"No point.. in buying something," she paused to clear her throat, "you would not, like." With all this stammering, you'd thing he'd get rather irritated with the sound of it. The hybrid really hadn't talked this much with anyone in a while. Since the death of her mother that is.

"Oh, umm... if you'd like, you could pick the... materials," Celestria gently pat upon the clothes she had there, "though, this isn't all I have..." Her eyes glanced away from him for just a moment to peer about the area, the sun was almost gone behind the horizon. Making way for the moon to shine upon the town and all it's surroundings.

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"Are you sure?" Drake asked. "I mean, I would hate for you to spend all that time working on something for nothing..." he would never do it. Of course, Drake was lazy. That was probably why he lead such a questionable lifestyle. He didn't argue with her though. She seemed uncomfortable enough, no reason to make it worse.

Then she offered to let him pick the materials, and he chuckled awkwardly an rubbed the back of his head. "Uh...you know what...I'll trust you with that one. I have no idea what a young teenage girl would like." He really didn't, that was why he was getting her clothes in the first place.

When she glanced behind him, he did the same. He hadn't realized just how late it had gotten, though it still felt extremely early for him. Living on vampire schedules was really beginning to mess him up. "I'm so sorry for keeping you out so late," he apologized, and even thought about offering to walk her home for a moment before deciding against it. This far from the border, Olimpious was almost Utopia safe. The crime rate was extremely low. It was only near the trees and down south that things got bad.

"I'll let you go now," he smiled a little guiltily, gave her a bit of a nod, and turned to slowly leave her be an make his way to his real home...across the trees.

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The girl nodded her head at him, she was definitely sure about it. "Yes, I am," she fiddled with her fingers, "I'd rather you see it first.. before paying. So don't worry about it." Celestira fiddled with her fingers just a little bit more, but she felt as doing so it was disrespecting the man. So instead she kept her nervous hands busy as she started to gather all her things once more.

She knit her brows together as she looked at him, though she didn't mind that he'd rather not pick the materials. All she could hope was to honestly be able to make something exactly right for his young sister. Even if the girl did not know what it was like to have siblings, she certainly wouldn't want to make something bad for any if she did have some. "Alright, if it's what you'd like," she said, having gotten mostly everything all nice and piled up neatly to take home with her.

"O.. Oh, you don't need to.. apologize sir," she reached out reluctantly and patted his hand. Then quickly moved it away.

"I don't mind staying late, I'm just... not use to being out.. too long," she held her finger tips up to her mouth as she nibbled upon them nervously. Daylight kept her safe as did the humans she was around when in the market, but since the night had come rather quite it seemed, she'd have to be rather quick to get herself home to where she could be safe.

Celestria nodded her head in return to him, before watching him wander off. Before he was completely gone though, she shouted towards him. "Before you go.. I.. I would like to know your name," she was loud enough for him to hear her, but not enough to disturb any other.

"A.. also, though I know, it'll be an odd request from you," she hung her head shyly, "um.. I'm going to be.. heading in the same direction as you are. I hope you don't mind.. if I.. walked with you?"

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Drake looked back as he suddenly heard her speak again. He was a little surprised she was speaking without having been spoken to first, actually. As uncomfortable as she had been earlier he wasn't sure she was the kind of person that actually talked alot. A smile appeared on his face.

At first, he thought about lying. His name was fairly famous, even in the human world. But he doubted it had traveled down so low as the ranks of the market people. Not that he had anything against them--he loved the non-royal humans--it was just that he was usually stuck in a higher class.

"Drake," he answered her. "My name is Drake. At least, that's what I go by."

He was shocked by her request though. "No, it's not odd at all. Please, walk with me. Would you like me to help carry anything?"

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"Drake?" she said to herself, "that's a nice name." The girl gave a slight nod of her head, thinking to herself for just a small moment. Celestria was ok with only getting his name really, but did not expect him to actually accept her request of her walking with him. Such a silly request it was as well, she did not know him and he did very well not know her. For all she knew he could be a totally different individual than he was within the town.

"Ah no," she shook the idea out of her head, right before speaking to him. "N.. no, you've no need to carry anything. It'd be... wrong of me to have you do such a thing."

She gathered up her things, placing a few items over her shoulders as to keep her arms from getting tired on the way home. "I umm, I am sorry to trouble you.. though," she said, picking up her little bag from off of the ground. With everything in hand, she made her way onto the other side of her stand.

"S.. shall we then?" she spoke softly, her eyes glancing at him just once before looking down.

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"It's ok," Drake said with a bit of a shrug. "It's better than Alastair. That's my first name, but I don't go by it." He just didn't feel like an Alastair. It didn't fit him.

He waited for her while she gathered her things up. "I really don't mind. It'd be gentlemanly of me to carry something..." Not that Drake was well known for being a gentleman anyway. He tried, but when one spent more time around vampires than humans said manners flew out the window.

He rubbed at the back of his neck absentmindedly as he looked up at the slowly fading sun. He was beginning to finally wake up. It was almost ironic how much of a night creature he had become over the years. "It's really no trouble," he said as he stood up again when she was ready.

He smiled at her, then turned to keep walking when her eyes fell to the ground again. The dress he had purchased stayed safely under his arm, and he figured he would drop it off at home before disappearing into the forest for the night. He wished he could take it to his sister already but...he didn't want to ruin the surprise for her birthday.

"Oh, I didn't catch your name," he spoke up.

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"So you.. don't go by your first name?" she asked softly, "but.. Alastair isn't a bad name, it's.. quite nice as well." Though she found it odd that he didn't quite like his actual first name.

"But, if it's what you like... to be called, I'll call you by it," the girl paused for a moment, "Drake." She smiled, just a little towards him.

Celestria shook her head from side to side, she really didn't want to take advantage of the man and have him carry anything of her's. Even if it would be the gentlemanly thing for him to do. Yet, even so, there was no way she was going to have the man carry anything at all.

"O...oh? Well, as long as.. it isn't any trouble. I guess you just seem like you've somewhere to be really," she let out a soft sigh as she quickly followed the man, catching up to his sigh. When asking of her name, she looked up at him from her hood before looking forward.

"My name?" she bit down onto her lower lip, "my name, is.. Celestria, Celestria Bennett."

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"I guess I've just never felt Alastair fit me is all," Drake mused. "Or perhaps I'm just not a big fan of my mother...that could be it too." He missed her sometimes, missed the way things used to be. But it was hard...to be turned away by someone you loved so deeply...and just forgive them for that.

He smiled back at her at the sound of his name again. It was oddly simple, but he supposed most last names were. The only complicated ones around were those of royalty.

Anyway, he finally gave up on the fight about carrying anything. She obviously wasn't going to let him, and he wasn't going to push it.

"Hm...? Oh, I suppose I do have somewhere to be but...it's really not important. No one's missing me or anything," He shrugged. "Besides, I'm heading this way anyway to drop the dress off at home. Wouldn't want to lose or damage it..." He shrugged again and fell into step with her.

"Celestria," he repeated. "I like it." Then he chuckled softly. "The dress I'm getting you to make, the one for my sister? Her name is Celeste. Odd coincidence."

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"You're are not.. a fan of your mother?" she looked up at him curiously, "why is t.. that? Did she do.. something bad to you?" This confused he just a bit. She always thought that mothers were to ones that certainly deserved their respects, being the ones to bring their children into the world. So, how could someone not much be a fan of someone like that? Whatever his reason might be, it must certainly be a rather good reason at that.

"Don't say that," Celestria said with a soft sigh, "I'm sure.. that someone is to miss you, even if.. you don't realize it." Her unmatching eyes found their way to the earth once more as she listened to him speak.

The girl looked at him once more, a slight tilt to her head, "you live out this way too? I never would have thought.. anyone else didn't really live right in... Olimpious."

So his sister's name was Celeste, was it? She couldn't help but to let out a giggle upon being told so. It certainly was quite the coincidence and a funny one at that. "Celestria.. making a dress for Celeste," she paused, "it's interesting when I.. think about it now."

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Drake frowned slightly when the subject of his mother came up again. He sighed a little and ran his free hand through his hair. he didn't like speaking ill of her. "I made a mistake when I was a young teenager and...she kicked me out. Hasn't spoken to me since. Won't let me see my siblings...." He shook his head. "Anyway, past is in the past, no sense complaining about it."

He smiled as the subject moved onto his whereabouts for the night. "Oh no, I didn't mean it like that. I just meant it's not a very important occasion...where I have to be. I don't actually have anyone waiting on me or anything." He liked to think she was right though. That someone, somewhere, missed him. He didn't make a lot of real friends...with his profession.

Drake looked down at her when her attention was back on him. He was trying not to make her more nervous than she already was, but it was weird to talk to someone without looking at them. "Oh, yeah. I like it better out of the town. It's...quieter."

He smiled and looked forward again. "I'll have to write that on the card...'you're dress was made by a girl named Celestria'. It's pretty amusing."

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"A.. mistake?" she raised a brow curiously, wondering what sort of mistake was made that his mother wouldn't even let him see his siblings. Though, it must have been pretty horrible to allow it to get to that point. It wasn't any of her business to know the reason why, so she did not ask any further.

"That's pretty awful," she commented, "though I hope one day, she might be able to forgive you."

Celestria looked up towards the sky for a moment, the stars starting to show themselves to the world below. They shimmered and shined, without much of a care. "O.. oh?" she uttered, "well, I'm sure it's important enough.. for you to.. have to be out so late. Though... I don't see why someone like you wouldn't have someone waiting on you..."

The girl shuffled the things within her arms to make carrying them a bit more comfortable, and to make sure she did not drop anything down into the dirt. "It is pretty nice... living away from the town," she looked down once again, "no one to to butt into your business or ... care who you are. Just..... Nature."

A giggled could be heard coming from the soft spoken girl, even though it was rather quiet. "I wonder, what she would.. think about that. Hopefully she can find it.. just as amusing."

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Drake chuckled softly as she seemed curious about the mistake he made. Unconsciously, he rubbed the side of his neck as he thought about it. To an outsider, he could imagine it looked terrible--and it was, as far as most people were concerned. What kind of mistake could turn a mother against her oldest son?

"Me too," he mused, the prospect of his mother forgiving him...it wasn't really something he was interested in. His relationship with her was damaged beyond repair. At least that was how he saw it with t he way things currently were. But his siblings...they had done nothing wrong. And he greatly missed them.

He grinned at her as the subject changed the where he was supposed to be for the night. "It's just a party," he commented, though he wasn't sure if that was saying too much or not. Even in Olimpious...no one good was partying during the night. Sometimes he wished he did actually have someone waiting for him but...he knew he didn't.

"I like living away from town very much," he admitted. "It's so quite and...peaceful. It feels...safe." That was why he lived so far...less people to see him...interact...judge. No one to notice he rarely came home...or crossed forest lines.

"Celeste? She'll find it very amusing," he commented. "She always wanted someone with a name like hers. Said it was too regal to be hers alone or something weird like that."

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"Well," she began, "don't try losing hope about it, sometimes.. hope is all you've really got." The girl lowered her head softly as she raised her arms up, placing her face into the soft cloth for only a moment to think. Even if she wouldn't forgive him, he should still be able to see his siblings.

Genevieve raised her head up from the cloth and looked at him, a brow raised up in curiosity. "A... party?" she muttered, "what kind of people have a party so late ... at night? It's dangerous at night.." Her brows knit together slightly. He wasn't going to a party with vampires was he? That would be terrible for him to do, though she did not know him enough to really judge upon if he was going to a vampire party. Little did Drake know anyway, that she was one too, even if she was just a hybrid.

"Safe? I don't know about safe really, but.. it is rather peaceful. Though it does get.. pretty lonely sometimes." The hybrid sighed to herself, a soft cool breeze blowing about.

The girl smiled, "I'm glad that she'll find it that way, it's not everyday you hear of someone... w.. who's sort of got the same name as you."