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Elizabeth York

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a character in “The Multiverse”, as played by HitoriRaven

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Age: Yeah, you ask the lady. See where that gets you.
Height: 5'4"
Weight: That isn't polite either.

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Picture is not mine, will remove if asked.

So begins...

Elizabeth York's Story

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"Oh, you could? I would quite enjoy seeing them. I suspect you might do so when you lose, in fact," she commented wryly. "Yes, it does sound simple and beneficial. Though I suppose there are other jobs, assuming you enjoy what you do. For example, I am quite content with what I have right now." To quickly match up again, Elizabeth poured her drinks.

Of course, she drank them as well, or there would be no point to pouring them. "Ah, that is strong."

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"You will not be at your best because you are going to lose," Elizabeth taunted again light-heartedly. "Perhaps you should mentally prepare your moves now, before you are too wasted."

"Ah, I see how it is. Well, my name is Elizabeth, if you did indeed forget." Easily, she called the six, matching it. In a burst of boldness - or rashness, perhaps - the waitress immediately followed up the two with another two, making eight. This was the point where her face began to flush red and where she began to sway. The woman giggled at nothing in particular.

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"More than that? But that ish already a lottt," the woman said, beginning to slur her words. "From..? From. I am.. I am from...cannot remember," Elizabeth trailed off, frowning. "I am twenty-two and that ishh not old."

Show off indeed, however how well it was going to work out was yet to be seen. The waitress was unable to make another move like the previous one, simply switching back to two shots. That was twelve. Eight? Perhaps ten. Yes, ten sounded about right. Counting was hard. "Yeshhh, carrymeeee," she slurred again. No demonic alcohol tolerance here.

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Elizabeth eyed her next two glasses suspiciously, as if they were going to rob her. She leaned against Serena, trying to stop the spinning. Evidently, that wasn't working, and she conceded, simply drinking the shots. "Itsch treating me jush fine, thanksh fer asking," the woman answered, giggling again.

"I haven't loscht yet, you," came the proclamation, though it wasn't very effective when the person in question was mostly drunk. Instead, her attention was drawn by the joint, which she made childish grabs for. "Whatsch that?"

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"Scared you're gonna lose?" she managed to get out. However, by now, things were getting a bit blurry, and even drunk, Elizabeth could agree that drugs would probably not help the spinning. "Yer...whateverrrr!" The first grab for the glass was a massive miss, though she did get it the second time. Able to tip back the first shot, the woman reached for the second one.

It didn't work out. "Blughhh, you win thisch time."

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Tired people didn't make for good drinkers, and so it was partially due to this that she was unable to continue further. In any case, the woman gave a vague nod and stumbled to her feet. "Yesh," Elizabeth agreed with a single word, moving towards the stairs while using the counter as a crutch.

Somehow she made it there in one piece and began to ascend them. Any other problems would be dealt with as they came.

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As though she had a sixth sense for customers, a woman in an apron and black dress briskly strode from the kitchen, brushing herself off and stopping a few feet from M. Her head inclined slightly towards the other woman as she spoke. "Hello, miss. Excuse the lack of staff today, it's been a quiet night. May I get you something? A glass of wine, perhaps something to eat? Please feel free to take a seat at the counter, unless you would prefer a table." The offers were strung along in a cadence so as to not seem extremely pushy, but also to give the feeling of attention.

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A slight tinge of red came to Elizabeth's cheeks, but she was not altogether unexperienced with such people. Retaining a professional attitude, she bowed her head again. "Please, feel free to. As I said, you will not have much of a crowd but please do not let that stop you."

A small smile came across her face. "If nothing else, I will be listening," she assured M, reaching out to shake her hand. "Elizabeth. In any case, care to join me for a drink? When it is like this, I clock myself off once in a while." She winked. "Secret, yes?"

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"You should consider going big. Become one of those rock stars," Elizabeth commented with a wry grin, picking up her glass and swilling around the wine before taking a small sip. She lightly took note of the strange occurence, blinking a few times to make sure it was not a trick of the light. "Well, do you do requests, then?"

"I believe I have one."

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"Hm?" The words didn't quite reach her ears, but the woman assumed they weren't meant to and didn't press. A genuine smile came spread across Elizabeth's face as she mused. "I am not too familiar with music, but I do know a certain song. Fly Me to the Moon, Sinatra? I believe it is quite fitting for tonight."

Watching for a reaction, she watched for a reaction while leaning over the counter-top.

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"The biggest fan. Swooning," she replied cheerfully, brushing a few stray stands of hair back. "Well, that is some interesting backstory. I never knew, but I suppose they say you learn something every day, yes?" With a small, knowing grin, she leaned in to speak. "So does that make you a woman with mob connections as well, then? Just like old Frankie?"

"Well, I rather enjoyed the long answer. But I do look forward to hearing it."

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Elizabeth glanced around the relatively empty bar, seeing no customers needing attending to, and subtly pulled up a chair to sit in behind the counter. With a sigh, her fingers quietly wrapped around a bottle behind her, pulling it forward and twisting the cap off. She drew in the nearby glass and poured the liqour into it, then reached unter the counter and retreived a small, paperback novel. The novel, lightly-used but still in good shape, had a corner creased on one page - a bad habit, but bookmarks were always so easy to lose.

Leaning back in the chair, the woman began to read. Every chapter or so she would take a small sip from the glass of alcohol.

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A light disruption of air reached Elizabeth, and the noise caused her to look up from her book. Seeing nothing particular, she dismissed it as some supernatural creature passing by and shrugged. The flapping wings and tail were just out of her peripheral vision.

"Quiet day," she mumbled softly to herself while flipping a page.

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The noises drew Elizabeth's attention to the window, her head lazily lifting to glance over at the psuedodragon. With a smile, she becokened him in. "Hey there, little guy. Come in. Can I get you something to drink?" In this line of business, it was best to assume that everything that came in was intelligent and easily offended.

She rose to her feet, dusting off her white apron and leaving the book upside down on the counter. "Something to eat, maybe?"

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Suddenly, the sound of mechanical whirring started to approach the tavern... and then suddenly, a square-shaped robot balancing on a single wheel entered the bar, a screen on the center of it's body displaying a cartoon smiling face which flickered once in a while. "Wow! What a great establishment! And I'm not just saying that because I have to! I would gladly take the blame if something terrible happened to it! That's how impressive it is!" the robot happily announced, the smiling face flickering again.

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Elizabeth turned her smile towards the robot, if only twitching slightly. "Hello and welcome to the Tauvyr Tavern, sir, how may I help you? A drink, if it suits your purposes." Glancing towards the now-empty window, she commneted, "Though I would ask that you avoid scaring our other patrons if possible."

Her eyes flicked over to the rain barrel, and with a small bow to the robot, she headed towards the kitchen. "Please excuse me for a moment, sir." The waitress disappeared for a few moments, returning with a bowl of water, which she left on a table near the open window. With that done, Elizabeth faced the joyful screen again. "Apologies for the wait."

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"Oh! Do you work here? I'm terribly sorry, but I am physically incapable of consuming liquids and food! I mean, if you want, I could splash it on my face, but it would just make a mess! I'm terribly sorry, miss, I didn't mean to waste your time. That was really rude of me! I was just browsing around Terra looking for a new boss, but it seems like a lot of people aren't in need of my services... I'm not complaining, though! That would be rude!" the robot cheerfully apologized. Huh... it sounded like he was genuinely sorry if he wasted Elizabeth's time.

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"Well, we are always looking for help. If you have some kind of resumé, I'd be happy to look at it and conduct an interview. Not that it's very formal, but it is necessary," she replied in response to the robot. "But in any case, do not apologize, we are always happy to have customers, whether they buy something or not. As long as they don't break anything, that is."

On that note, she peeked over at the tiny dragon, allowing an inch of genuine satisfaction to touch her lips.

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"Oh, I don't need a silly ol' resumé, mainly because I don't have one! But if you want to hire me, I'm the perfect worker! Allow me to introduce myself! I am a reprogrammed Securitron... but most people just call me 'Yes Man'!" ...Yes Man? Wait... is he talking about the same kind of yes men who are people that constantly suck up to the boss, complimenting them on everything they do, never telling him wrong or agreeing with any sort of logic they decide to come up with, no matter how ridiculous it is?

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Of course, knowing nothing about psuedodragons, the waitress-cum-manager did not notice the oddity regarding Xith. However, she did notice it looking up from the bowl at this point. Switching her attention to the small dragon, she addressed it, "Yes, did you want something to eat? Some kind of meat? I do not believe I have heard of a dragon that was vegetarian yet, though I assume they exist."

Elizabeth nodded at the Yes Man. "Well, I suppose that would be alright." She was modern enough, but pop-culture was a bit over her head, so she simply went along with it. "There are no exact rules as of right now. Instead, I suggest a trial run. Stay for a few days. Our job is quite simple, serve as a waiter or waitress for the customer and bring them what they ask. If you cook, do it. If you cannot, find someone who can. If you are suitable and wish to stay after, then we can discuss wages if necessary. How does that sound?"

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"Oh, that sounds wonderful! You won't be disappointed in me, miss! My prime directive is to follow anyone's orders, no matter who says it! You don't need to pay me, either! I just love doing things for people! It makes me really, REALLY happy." Yes Man happily announced. Yes Man heard Xith's squeak, before turning to face him. "Well, hi there! Aren't you a friendly looking fella! You're like a little gecko or something! ...I'm sorry, I hope that didn't come off as offensive! That would of been rude of me!"

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The squeak seemed to indicate that the pseudodragon was alright for now, though the woman didn't speak dragon, so there was no way to be sure. In any case, she continued as though everything was so. "Indeed, then let me know if you need anything else." Moving in swift yet quiet strides, her legs brought her over to the table, where she collected the bowl.

Though the over-enthusiam was a bit unnerving, Elizabeth figured that was how robots were and thus decided to pass it off. "Wonderful. I will leave you to it, then. Please do not hesistate to ask if you have any questions about where things are or if you need help."

The waitress blinked a few times before walking to Ka'thak, bowing her head politely and waiting for him to notice her. His sudden appearance had startled her slightly, but it barely showed in her actions. After a short pause, she said, "Welcome to the Tauvry Tavern, sir. May I get you something? We have a selection of drinks and food and you can choose a seat somewhere."

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"Don't worry, I won't let you down, boss! At least I won't try to. And if I do mess up, feel free to blame me! It'll be my fault after all!" he happily said. ...holy crap, he really is a yes man.

Meanwhile, the door of the bar opened up once more to reveal another odd customer. It's... a bipedal cat, wearing a hood, his eye covered with an eyepatch, carrying a sword sheath on his back, a sword shoved into both sides of the sheath. "Heh... guess I found a pretty interestin' place here then..." he joked upon seeing all the patrons in the tavern, his voice gruff, yet obviously full of kindness.

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Elizabeth slipped into another room briefly, followed by a visit to the kitchen. When she returned, the bowl in her hands was gone. With a nod to Yes Man, she said, "Well, here is your chance. There are a few other employees around, as you can see. I have some errands to run, so I must be leaving for now. Be careful with the fragile objects."

The waitress, now off-duty, gave a small bow to the cat before she continued towards the exit.

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Normally, a night like this would bode work, and a lot of it. However, today, Elizabeth was off shift, and thus had decided to take a visit to the Square. After all, Gambit's was still closed, and thus this was an acceptable alternative. The stars in the sky twinkled brightly, and the woman stared up at them as she made her way along the area.

Her dress blended in with the colors of the night, only illuminated by the moon above. In contrast, her hair brightly reflected the light, shimmering softly. She hummed a small tuneless tune as she walked at an easy pace.

In her distraction, she sidled by what she had assumed to be a lamppost, instead narrowly missing a person who had been standing there. With a gasp, she turned to ambiguous kimono-wearing creature and rushed to bow her head. "I'm so sorry, are you alright?"