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Jenniffer Ross

"Woe is I."

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a character in “Unmasked: Dissociative Mask Disorder”, as played by Abraxas_Axis

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KID FORM

Name: Jenniffer Ross
Nickname(s): Jen, Jenni, JayRo
Species: Human
Age: 18
Gender: Female
Height: Tallish
Weight: Thinish
Sexual Orientation: Bisexual
Relationship Status: Nonexistant
Occupation: High School Student

Birthday: April 26th
Astrological Sign/Zodiac: Taurus
Body Build: Slender, curvy
Skin colour: Pale
Hair style: Long and straight
Hair colour: Black
Eye colour: Blackish
Preferred Clothing: Dark colors, mostly hoodies and elaborate, old-fashioned designs.

Likes: The color black, books, writing, reading, art, noir, goth stuff, fun things
Dislikes: Flashy colors, neon, rude humor, loud music, her abusive father, being forced to not be herself

Hobbies: Reading, writing, painting, messing around on her phone
Habits: Acts impolite only in private, twirls hair with finger if thinking or nervous.

Personality: Jenniffer is a polite and proper young woman for her age. She never talks back, shouts, curses, or disobeys - at least, while her father could be watching her. When he is away, she is quite rambunctious and fun-loving, although she still doesn't like anything rude or vapid; she's not that type of fun-loving.

Relationships: Her father is a cruel and abusive man. Jenniffer's mother had left him soon after she was born - which wasn't meant to happen, but the two had not taken the proper precautions in their dallying. Thus, her father takes it out on her. She used to be an insolent little thing, but he literally beat that out of her. She still has scars from her whippings. Now, she is polite and proper, and never talks back - at least, while her father is around.

Quotes: "Woe is I."

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SUPER FORM
Name: Voidbringer
Powers: Black Hole Manipulation, Portal Creation
Influence: Voidbringer believes strongly in personal freedom. She doesn't like to impose her will onto her users, but rather helps them accomplish their own goals.

So begins...

Jenniffer Ross's Story

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Jenniffer sat alone in the library, reading.
It was one of the only things her father allowed her to do. After one incident involving a rather attractive boy, she wasn't allowed to interact with any male peoples. She resented him for it. Then again, she resented him for a lot of things.
She could read, write, paint and mess around on her phone, but only for videos and pictures. Her dad had an app to watch her activities. She wasn't allowed to have any friends. She had quite a few crushes, since she was an 18-year old girl, but Father would make sure she never carried any of them out. Thus, she read.
It was one of those boring old 19th century books, about some random chick in a prim dress travelling around the USA and interacting with polite, handsome gentlemen. They were extremely boring, but they were the only things her father would let her read. Another reason for hatred.
Her father walked up to her. "All right, Jenniffer, your time is up. Let's go. Put the book back." He never let her check out any books; he was not one for the fine arts.
"Alright, Father," Jenniffer said politely. She got off the chair and walked over to the shelves to put the book back. Father went out the doors to go start the car up.
As she put the book back, something caught her eye. It was an eraser.
It was nothing out of the ordinary. It was a worn, pink rhomboid eraser, the type you'd find in schools. However, something seemed to be... different about it. Like it called to her, whispering for her to pick it up. She did so, and it felt oddly warm. It gave her a sense of soothing.
Outside, she heard her father honk the horn. Without thinking, she deftly slipped the eraser into her backpack. Her father wouldn't assume anything. After all, it was just an eraser, and he hadn't done backpack searches in years.
She ran out of the library and got in the car. Her father scowled at you. "What took you so long?"
"I was putting a book back on the shelf it belonged on. Someone had misplaced it," she lied.
Father nodded. "Good girl. It's good to see you helping the community."
"Thank you, Father." You bastard, she added in her mind.
The car drove away back towards her home.

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Already late on his pizza delivery to an apartment in Boundary Bay, Jake Cooperman hustled through out the crowd of people on the city streets. Adorning the typical Domino's Pizza uniform, Jake had his hat on backwards, (how he preferred to wear it when not in front of customers or management), and his dirty blonde hair lay matted underneath. This was hopefully going to be his last run of the night, he had been on the clock for 7 hours already and was hired on as part time. He couldn't wait to be off work. A friend of his had scored tickets to a Duran Duran concert, and while they weren't exactly of his taste in music, they were still pretty big and the ticket was free; so he opted to go. Plus, there'll probably easy access to booze...If I ever get off in time, Jake thought, balancing the short stack of pizza boxes in one hand so he could check his wristwatch.

Impatiently waiting on the crosswalk light to signify the pedestrian's turn to cross the street, Jake kept shifting his weight from foot to foot. Finally, the little white stick man lit up on the opposite traffic light, in front of the City Library. Hurrying, the pizza guy was the first to leave the sidewalk, passing a notably stern looking man. In front of the Library entrance, Jake saw a small, pale girl his age exit, her head down. For some reason unbeknownst to him, there just seemed something strange about this girl, a different vibe emitting off of her that attracted Jake's attention. He offered a smile, though it didn't seem she had even noticed him. A loud honk came from across the street; it was the scowling man Jake had passed. As the girl hurried across the street, he realized they were father and daughter. Absentmindedly, he stood in front of the Library staring over at the pair as they pulled out of the parking spot and drove away. Jake could've sworn he had met the gaze of the black haired girl for a second when a pair of people began arguing on the street, distracting him long enough for the car to be out of sight when he returned his attention to her. Shaking his head, his mind seemed to clear after the haze he was in. With that, the young man turned about and continued with his delivery.

Jake rounded the corner of the apartment building the address was at when he checked his watch again. 3:33... Damn it. They're definitely not gonna let me clock out after being over 15 minutes late on this run. Sighing, he began contemplating on whether the job was worth missing out on the concert later. Suddenly, lost in rushed thought, Jake bumped into someone, and clumsily lost his balance, the pizza boxes and himself falling to the curb. He had landed right on his tail bone, a rush of intense pain ached his rear when he looked over to see a pizza had come out of the box and was now lying on a city sidewalk. Lovely. "Best to be watching where you're going. This is not a friendly city, you know." Jake looked up to see some guy with platinum blonde hair grinning down at him creepily, his arm extended to help him up. Hesitantly, Jake took the guy's hand and got to his feet, not without noticing how cold this dude's skin was.

"Yeah, I guess it isn't", Jake responded, a hand on the spot he had fallen on. Suddenly he realized this stranger had unnaturally red eyes, putting Jake off even more so. Glancing back down to the pizza on the ground, Jake sighed inwardly. They're gonna make me stay all night for this. He returned his attention to the person in the black hoodie before him, his cloudy blue eyes meeting the bloody red pair in front of him. An unsettling smile curled the sides of his lips. "Well, erm... Sorry about that I guess.", Jake offered. But after a few seconds of uneasy silence in response, Jake added "Uh, heh-- I gotta ask man-- what's up with your eyes?"

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"It's a rare gene amound the people, these eyes can occur in anyone, but it is rarely the case. I'm one of the lucky few," he said before dusting off his hoodie "Best hurry off and deliver that pizza. I hear there's a concert tonight and that it'll be wicked awesome. Don't want to miss something like that."

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Jenniffer lay in her room, staring at the ceiling, flipping the eraser around in her hand.
Her dad was snoring away on the sofa downstairs. She could hear it from up here, like a jackhammer was running down there.
She glanced out the window and saw a bunch of teenage kids walking through the streets. They were calling to each other, and laughing. They carried various party snacks and/or booze. What could this be all about? she wondered. Then she remembered how tonight there was supposed to be a concert. Something about the local punk rock band playing music. Things were going to be wild.
She wished she could go. She wished she could hang out, make friends like a normal person. But no; her father refused to let her go to social events or talk to anyone outside of school.
And why should that hold you back? said a little voice in her mind.
If I go, Father will beat me. He'll hurt me for disobeying, she thought back.
Screw the old bastard! the voice protested. Strangely, it... didn't exactly sound like her own. Look, he can hurt you all he wants. He can break your body, but you can't let him break your spirit! He's oppressing you, at least try to break free.
Jenniffer was quiet for a moment, then went downstairs and told her father she was going to sleep. He said okay, and went right back to snoring again. Disgust flooded her heart. She shoved it down and went back up to her room.
She closed the door and locked it, then made a "body" out of pillows. She pocketed the eraser, opened the window, and carefully climbed down by making a bedsheet blanket and using that to climb down. Afterwards, she dusted herself off and set off for the concert, feeling free for the first time in years.

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With a smile on his face, Alonis begins walking again. He seemed to have not a single care in the world as he walked. Humming, he finds a small alley way, he takes a turn down it to find that it was behind and old theater. Many plays were held at this specific one. Looking around he finds a broken eye piece of the tragedy mask. Unknown to him, something draws him to take it and continue on his day. The smile became wicked once again as he took the piece with him.

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#, as written by Zaria
Outside was a somewhat grim place at the moment, sky darkened by clouds, streets seemingly lively thanks to great amounts of people, yet almost all of them focused on something distant or lowering heads as if embarrassment was the last thing they encountered.

People all around shown different emotions, and problems that could be read like an open book, books that she read far too often, and hence she winced at the thought of seeing their pain, pain that can be incredibly alive…in one’s mind.

She kept on walking, seeing posters all around, about one thing – concert that will soon start.

Walking and walking, until an old and great building stood nearby her, an old theater is what she saw, memory striking again…reminding her of how she spent time watching each play, and how often something was missing from her point of view…what at the end stopped her from coming here.

Suddenly she felt a chill coming down her spine, her stare focusing shortly in every direction…until what caused an unpleasant feeling was found, a person with hair as snowy as her skin and snow itself.

Person that gave off most unpleasant vibe since a long time, luckily he seemed to be going in a different direction and hopefully it won’t be changed, yet she kept watching him and wondered whether to go on a longer walk or try enjoying concert for once.

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Alonis stopped in place. He hides the mask inside his jacket before turning around to look at the girl staring at him. His smile fades into a look of boredom. One thing about her did intrest him, that being her resemblance to his appearance, minus the pale skin she bore. His smile quickly came back, but in a more relaxed manor. He apporaches her at a calm pace.
"It's rude to stare at someone you know. This city is not very friendly to those who stare," he said, no malice in his voice. He had a more happy sounding tone to his voice "But I can make an acception for a pretty girl such as yourself. I am Alonis Alogoris, who might you be?"

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#, as written by Sepokku
Home-life was so boring, it didn't help that her giant house was mostly empty, save for material objects. Dani was dressed in plain blue jeans, wearing a grey shirt cut off just above her belly-button. She sighed, wandering throughout her almost mansion-sized house, looking for something to do. Father was, like always, awkwardly chatting with his ugly bird. Perhaps it was time to head out then, she grabbed the keys to one of her dad's many cars and started into town.

Dani was driving her father's '82 Bentley Mulsanne Turbo, headed to a concert that was supposed to be playing tonight. She was thoroughly enjoying the wind in her hair, as she sped through town with the windows down. Some of her classmates were walking the streets, but it wasn't until she drove past the two albinos that she lurched to a sudden stop.

She smiled wildly, jumping out of the still running car to run over to her two classmates. "Hey! Come on, the concert is starting soon! I have extra tickets, so hop in!" She grabbed Kali's arm, pulling her along and giggling all the way back to the car. Dani tore open the passenger door and motioned for Kali to get in, before running to the other side of the car and sliding into the driver's seat and calling out from it. "Hurry! We're going to miss the best part, weirdo!"

As if to emphasize the point, she slammed a foot on the break and another on the gas, causing the wheels to squeal while she played at peeling out. "Coomme ooonnn! We're cruising to the party!" Dani squealed in excitement, she liked the weird albinos; they were, novel, to say the least. The concert was a bit of a ways away, but in the turbo-charged car, and with Dani's penchant to ignore the speed limit, they'd be there in moments.

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Alonis just sighs and gets in the back seat. He looks at the excited girl like she was about to break every law there was. "Don't go over the speed limit, I'd prefer to live to see the concert before I die."
With that he buckles up before smiling like he did before, making sure it was out of view. His eyes watching the streets.

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"It's a rare gene around the people, these eyes can occur in anyone, but it is rarely the case... I'm one of the lucky few", the stranger answered Jake.
He eyed him warily, trying to pick up any hints of character, subtle or greater. Continuing, the stranger added, "Best hurry off and deliver that pizza. I hear there's a concert tonight and that it'll be wicked awesome. Don't want to miss something like that."
Jake didn't hide his reaction, his brow elevating and a slight tilt of his head in confusion. He was about to inquire further, but the strange character had already turned to take his leave. Staring after the guy for a moment as several people passed him on the sidewalk, Jake looked back to the overturned pizza on the ground. Gee thanks, pal... With a draining sigh, he turned to make his way back to work so his manager can give him hell for failing to deliver a couple of pizzas.

The sun had already begun to set by the time Jake made it to his apartment on the more indigent side of town. The concert, he already knew, was out of the question for him. He could make a late appearance if he had a way of getting a hold of his friend, but by that time he had already left for the show. Tossing his knapsack on the dirty laundry-ridden bedroom floor, the 20 year old plopped down on the side of his bed, and pulled out his pack of Camel cigarettes, retrieving one to smoke. As he exhaled a cloud of toxin-filled smoke, the events of the day began replaying in his head. Specifically, the ones that occurred on his afternoon run that ended up causing Jake to stay late and miss the concert. Who was that chick?, he wondered, being he usually couldn't care less about unfamiliar people he crossed paths with on the day to day. Something was off about her... and not to mention the creep that looked like a Brazilian vampire! What's his deal? Taking a long drag from the cigarette, got from the bed and slugged over to the window.

Just outside, in Jake's neighborhood, nearly the entire strip of buildings seemed almost sickly, as the poverty-stricken community had a serious problem with maintenance and crime. Emergency vehicle sirens could be heard near and far almost constantly, the smog in the city seemed thicker in the air here. Trash littered the streets, graffiti was on just about every building wall. He opened the window to flick his ash outside, the sound of the commotion of the streets 3 stories below amplifying. Exhausted, and quite frankly -- bored, Jake's eyes scanned the pedestrians below, first peering at a few crackheads in front of the liquor store across the street. A pair of young teens were in the convenient store catercorner to the Old Theatre at the far corner of the block. Even at this distance, Jake could see the two shoving bags of chips and soda cans in their pockets before hurrying out onto the street, and running off. The sound of a car coming to a halting stop turned his attention to a nice car on the side of the Old Theatre. Upon looking closer, Jake realized the very two people whose faces seemed implanted in his memory from earlier today were actually standing at the exit of the alley behind the Theatre. What the hell?

Having forgot about his cigarette, most of it had burned away by itself between his fingers. His eyes were still fixed on the curious group at the block corner. A blonde, voluptuous girl exited the driver side, walking around the car and leading the slightly confused looking chick in dark clothes to the doors. The white haired-red eyed guy slunked after the girls and got into the backseat as they peeled off. Not knowing what to think, Jake tosses his finished cigarette out the window. For some reason, he had a peculiar feeling. Like he was supposed to be somewhere, but had just forgotten where.
You should go to that concert. The fact that he didn't have his own ticket didn't seem to occur to him as he takes his work clothes off to change into something a little more stylish. Not much, but a little. Settling on a white tee shirt and a newer pair of Levi's and old Converse shoes, Jake looked like some greaser from the 1950s. As if under command, he scooped his knapsack back up, and quickly head out the door. His actions weren't premeditated, but rather seemingly instinctual. Not knowing how he was going to get there, Jake silently walked with direction, turning this corner and that before he found himself in the subway several blocks down from his apartment. A train stopped in front of him, the brakes squealing faintly on the tracks. Get on.

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#, as written by Zaria
She kept staring at him, even when he took note of it and talked to her, but before any reply could be given…a car drove by, doors loudly opened and girl started to pull her towards passenger seat. All while talking about how a concert will soon start, Kali didn’t like the idea of entering inside at all, but she did nonetheless – thinking that she needs to go out of her comfort zone from time to time.

“Umm, hi” She managed to say, and kept staring at the one man that made her uncomfortable, man that had his face turned into different direction, and all she could see was his back and arms moving a little.

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Jenniffer walked briskly towards the concert, barely keeping in her excitement. She was going to a concert! For the first time in her life! She felt like she was 8 years old all over again. Her life hadn't really been that happy, mind you, but still. She was elated.
She followed the horde of shouting kids down to the subway. A subway train rolled in, and everyone piled in. Jenniffer ended up sitting next to a guy with dirty blonde hair and who smelled faintly of pizza. She seemed to remember him, but she couldn't exactly place where she'd seen him.

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Alonis smiles as he stood in the back of the concert crowd. The band is good for what they are, but he could see they could use more work. Carefully, he opens his jacket and looks at the broken mask. Something about it just made him want to fully form it into a thing of beauty in his eyes. Closing his jacket, Alonis finds the two he arrived with and decides to just party hard like everyone else.

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Staring blankly ahead into the empty seat in front of him, Jake sat quietly still for a long time when all of a sudden he blinked, looking around. As if awoken from a sort of trance, he furrowed his brow in confusion, attempting to recall the reason he had gotten on the train. Struggling to retrace his steps, a deep and formidable voice echoed somewhere from his subconscious as he noticed the girl seated next to him. The concert. Oh yeah... "Wait, what -- Who --", Jake started. He was about to inquire as to the identity of the voice when he realized the girl was the same one from the Library! His eyes scanned her up and down, before becoming fixated on a small bulge in her pocket. When she noticed his staring, Jake cleared his throat awkwardly, and turned away in a vain attempt to act as if he wasn't looking in her direction.

You like this one, the voice stated. I do? Jake looks back over to the girl, his eyes flicking to her pocket for a millisecond. I do.
And, as if not under some kind of spell or command, he spoke to the slender, dark haired female "Hey.. I saw you at the Library earlier with your dad. What's your name?" His voice was friendly and poised.

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#, as written by Sepokku
The poor Turbo-charged Bentley's pedal was slammed to the floor, and the car lurched again into sudden motion as Kali tried making small chat with Alonis, to little avail. He was a weird one, no doubt, you think he'd be a little more social sitting in a luxury car with two cuties.

No matter! Dani thought to herself as the wind howled through the car, pushing nearly 100mph as the radio struggled to be heard. After running a red light, the concert sped into view, and she slammed on the breaks, pulling the car into a parking valet. A young man in a monkey suit stared at her, jaw slack, in awe of how blatantly she was breaking the law. She closed his jaw with one hand, placing the keys in his hands with the other. "If you scratch it, my Daddy will kill you."

A tiny voice sounded in the teenager's head as they approached the concert entrance. Don't go in yet. Someone's coming. Without really thinking about it, she simply handed Kali and Alonis a ticket. "Hey, I'm going to wait here for a bit! You can go in without me, if you'd like." She had four more tickets, including her own, and for some reason she wanted to give them to someone. Not just anyone either, a voice in her head told her, You'll know who when you seem them.

The concert was starting, whoever was opening for Duran Duran was already playing, and Dani had begun absent-mindedly wandering toward a nearby subway stop, twiddling with a piece of metal wiring she had found along the way. This one. Train's pulling in soon. For a brief second, she wondered how she knew the subway schedule, as she'd never rode on it, but the thought left as quickly as it came. She called down the entrance to the subway, "Yoohoo! I'm up here, we're late! Come on, slow-pokes!" Not really sure who she was addressing, but confident she was addressing the right person, or people.


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Alonis looks over to Kali and just gives a calm smile, "I apologize if I seem a bit eerie but it comes with the look. I never caught your name. Most don't know my real name around my school, but they do know me as Loki. So what caused you to come to such a concert, you don't seem the type to enjoy large crowds, or people for that matter."

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#, as written by Zaria
One that she kept staring at looked at her, and asked a simple question.

To which she replied…

“It’s just me trying to be around people more, or rather in places I usually avoid being in, I’m…Kali.” She refrained from telling him that his look did not matter at all, what made her uncomfortable was his voice now, and stare that seemed to change once in a while, from kind to one that she could only call dark…malicious.

Their driver, that she barely knew broke laws without flinching at all, and rather relaxed took care of man in awe nearby, all while using him for one thing – guy that takes care of a car, it had to hurt a bit.

Once given ticket she just stood still, wondering whether to stay or leave, for there is always doubt in her mind.

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The train rolled it's way through the underground path. Jenniffer sat primly, as her father had taught her, despite the fact that she was crapping on more than half of his rules right now. She noticed the man sitting next to her, the one she sort of recognized, looked like he was checking her out. His eyes lingered on her pocket. Oh no... she thought. She gave him her best keep-it-in-your-pants-dude look, and he looked away quickly.
Trust him. He is important, said the voice. Jenniffer was still confused about it's whereabouts. What was it? Was she finally going insane after 10 years of physical abuse? Or was it something else?
For now, she decided to trust this voice. The guy asked what her name was. Suddenly, it clicked; she sort of remembered him. He was the pizza guy, the guy who'd fallen to the ground with the pizza. "Oh yeah. I remember you. Pizza boy, right?" She extended a hand. "Jenniffer Ross. And who might you be?"
As he would answer, the train would screech to a stop, and they would get out. A young woman with dirty blonde hair and big blue eyes was calling to them excitedly. Jenniffer shared a look with the pizza boy, and then went over to see what the girl wanted.

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"Pizza boy, right?", the petite girl responded. Jake smirked as he took her extended hand, shaking it gently albeit briefly too. "Jenniffer Ross. And who might you be?" "Jake -- er, Cooperman." He swallowed, thinking of what to say next. "And yeah, just your friendly neighborhood pizza delivery guy...", Jake continued halfheartedly. Jenniffer just gave a reserved smile. An increasingly daunting voice crept its way throughout Jake's neurons, the hair on his neck standing up. First it was just soft laughter, but then; You think you're just a pizza boy, but you are much more than that. Visibly uncomfortable now, Jake wipes his sweaty palms on his jeans. Who are you?, he thought. He waited, his eyes darting upward as if there were some being infesting his mind that lingered above, and probably getting an odd look from Jenniffer or the other passengers. But the voice didn't respond. What the hell's wrong with me? In an effort to get his mind away from that, he turned back to Jenniffer and attempted to engage in small talk. She didn't seem much for words but Jake didn't mind; he would find something else to talk about before the silence became too awkward. He found that so far, whenever he was talking and focusing on what he was trying to say, the mysterious voice in his head remained quiet.

The train began to come to a stop, the brakes squealing along the tracks for a few hundred feet before they arrived at their stop. Jake looked at Jenniffer suddenly with a new interest. She's going to the same place? As if on queue, she stood up quietly and started to leave. Something made Jake jolt up to follow her, not as if he wasn't in control of his own body, but more like walking into a room and forgetting why you went in there. Jenniffer didn't seem to notice, and if she did, she didn't look like she minded. Squeezing through one of the train doors, the idiosyncratic pair made their way to street level when an enticing voice called out to them. "Yoohoo! I'm up here, we're late! Come on, slow-pokes!" Jake looked to see the source of the voice near the top of the stairwell. A female with hair slightly darker than his own. Good. They're nearby. He did his best to ignore the voice, exchanging looks with Jenniffer, a strangely familiar gleam in her eyes.

They approached the girl who had a sparkling smile awaiting them. Hey, it's that chick with the nice car! With a small smirk, Jake asks "I take it you're going to that concert too?" After the introductions, it would seem that the two she had picked up in front of the Old Theatre were already in the concert waiting for them. He found himself walking with the two girls, a half-burned cigarette between his lips as they got near the venue. The sound of live music grew louder and louder as they approached the ticket booth. Having already explained the extra tickets to Jenniffer and Jake, Dani handed them to the old, unsavory looking man behind the counter who seemed apathetic as he tore the tickets and handed the stubs back. As the trio entered the mass of concert goers, a pungent smell of marijuana lingered through the air. Jake inhaled deeply, smiling and glanced around, searching for the source of the scent when he suddenly slapped himself. "Ow!", he exclaimed unexpectedly. There are more important matters to attend to. Jenniffer and Dani were probably thinking how weird he was being, Jake guessed. He felt out of his element. Besides, you need complete mental clarity for what's to come. What's to come?, he repeated silently. The voice didn't respond, and that was beginning to irritate him. Just then Dani had spotted the others. The tan guy with red eyes stood near the very pale girl Jake had seen led into the car by Dani. Next to one another, their skin and overall appearance seemed to contrast, making their already unique looks even more distinct.

Good. We're all here.

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Character Portrait: Dani Rhorer Character Portrait: Jenniffer Ross Character Portrait: Kali White Character Portrait: Jake Cooperman Character Portrait: Alonis Alogoris
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Alonis looked over to Jake and a smile formed. Soon, he began to move along to the rhythm of the crowd, looking as if he were the original party animal. His jacket was taken off and tied around his waist, flopping around, yet it seemed natural for him to be jumping around and rocking out with everyone. His general demenor went from creepy and eerie to completely fun and off the walls energetic. Soon he decides to pull the rest into the fray and get them partying with him like it would be the end of the world.
"Come on, this is a concert, not some music hall! This is the time of our lives, get up and move with me! Feel the rhythm take you and join in!" he cheered, completely unaware of the crowd around him getting crazier from his energy.