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The Imaginary World

River Town

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a part of The Imaginary World, by mistmantle.

A place for peace lovers. It has many hiking places and high mountains, but is covered in streams.

mistmantle holds sovereignty over River Town, giving them the ability to make limited changes.

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Founded by a young woman with the power of water, River Town is a place of peace and tranquility. It is also known to house people with strong powers who want to contain themselves.
River Town is home to many villages, but almost all the people here are gentle.
Yet, there have been a few strange things occurring in River Town, like a lightning storm that killed 5 people. No one dies in the world Maria created. Things are changing.
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River Town

A place for peace lovers. It has many hiking places and high mountains, but is covered in streams.

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River Town is a part of Imaginary and Beautiful World.


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Character Portrait: Emma Brooke Character Portrait: Vivienne Loçiure
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Vivienne had faded to the point that she was no longer a physical object in the world— no longer bound by gravity or life itself but rather by her will to exist. The air was all too humid in River Town that day, and the rain the day before had fried her generator. She was useless, without it. No computer, no cell. She had a box of batteries and a tape recorder and had etched her memories by hand onto its pitiful memory, but that wouldn't do in remembering the beauty of this place this time of year or the way the rain smelled. She could describe it, eating up megabyte upon megabyte of data, but why do that when she could— ah, she couldn't even remember what else she could do. Sighing, she slipped through her apartment wall to the streets below.

She would have reached out to touch the budding flowers as she walked, but her spiderlike hands were translucent, reminiscent of the cloud of mist so often hung over the river. Yes, she and her blonde hair and her milky complexion made her a cloud of mist hovering with her toes just barely gracing the asphalt.

Hovering down the street, Vivienne caught a glimpse of a shadowy figure taking a tumble. Curiosity got the better of her. It wasn't as though she had anything better to do with her day. Until her computers were working again, she couldn't record her memories, and shifting her body fully back into reality would most certainly wipe away the remnants of the past few days still lingering in her temporal lobe. Bored and ghostly as ever, she drifted over to the figure, a girl no older than fifteen, surrounded by a wreath of light hair.

Vivienne had never once glimpsed the girl before, but she grinned, then spoke, "You okay?" Her words were no more than vibrations in the air set off by minute manipulations of Vivienne's bent reality field. Her words, coming from within the shifted reality, were neither true nor untrue; they were simply objects that existed, not unlike the walls or the trees. She was a ghost, after all, and a thing that didn't exist could never tell a lie. "I think I've seen your face around here before. I've never caught a name, though. I'm Vivienne." She extended a translucent hand even though the girl wouldn't be able to touch it; it was really more a gesture of greeting than anything else.

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Character Portrait: Michelle Reed
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Boredom.
It eats away at your brain until you can't take it for much longer. Then you go mad. You lose all the sanity you ever had. And who knows what you'd do to get it back.
Michelle Reed was in a precarious situation.
River Town was truly beautiful and peaceful. It was a place for the dangerous people to stay... well, the smart ones. It was a good place to learn to control your powers, if you didn't want to completely isolate yourself, like in the Mountains of Mayhem. But, the quietness and stillness of the whole city drove Michelle to the point where she couldn't take it anymore.
Michelle sat with her pant legs rolled up and her feet in a small stream. She sat on a rock and let out a groan.
"There is nothing happening. Nothing going on. Nothing at all. River Town in such a bore..." she grumbled.
Michelle knew something was very wrong with the peace. Peace never lasts.... and she was half thinking of going and finding out why everyone was so quiet in other cities. But, of course, that would take effort. Although Michelle was bored, she was lazy.
So, in frustration, she screamed as loud as she could, probably being heard all throughout the vast land.