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 The Prank *Shadow Kiliana* & Open, A prank is afoot, cruel or silly?
Jade Ferrington
Posted: Nov 22 2010, 09:06 PM



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She continued to think of the implications of how close she had gotten to killing someone. The tears kept rolling down her cheeks.

She began to breathe in and out in long breaths, and looked up to Shadow, “It's not anything you did, I did invite you here. I...i––”

Jade searched for words to describe it, she was disappointed with herself. It wasn't that she held any anger for Shadow at all, it was the fact that she had not, beyond near the end, doubted that she could carry out the demon guard's removal from the land of the living. How close to being one of the fallen who do not have remorse for their actions in the sight of Heaven.

Jade whispered somberly, “How close I came to becoming a killer...”

Jade hinged her legs up under her wings, holding them with her arms, suddenly feeling cold out of shame more than actually being cold. The cavern was warm because of the spring, steam rising around them, the lantern managing to stay lit and catching the particles of steam like little pieces of dust. Regardless, her tail continued to move behind her as though in contemplative rhythm. Tentative, unusually calm; she sighed.

“Perhaps we shouldn't plan the prank. This has been way more adventure than I bargained for already,” She looked towards the water and pondered getting back in. If for no other reason, than to ease the tension in her muscles from the recent altercation.

Jade still thought that King Kat needed someone to pull the rug from under him at least once, but perhaps now wasn't the time to begin. She might have to allow herself to loosen her wrecked nerves first, and that might take some time. Especially since some of it was not knowing her own mind well enough to control urges to kill.

It wasn't ideal to know yourself so ineptly to be uncertain of the urges that ran within it. Her hair fell around her face as she looked down towards the water, that was being disturbed by a momentary air pocket that had been loosened under the geologically heated rocky shelves that provided warmth.

“I'll be ok, maybe I just need some time in the water,” she managed to whimper out. She was now puzzled as to why this had been more traumatizing than when she had been the unwitting specter that defeated the nasty Nervosa Dementia. Why did this feel as though it were wrong, when it hadn't the last time? Was it because she didn't follow through?
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Posted: Nov 25 2010, 02:19 PM



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True she had invited him here but that didn't make it okay in his mind that she had got into a fight because of him. Still she had said it wasn't his fault which meant one of two things either she didn't actually blame him or she didn't want him to say any more about it being his fault. Either way he would oblige and for now at least hide the guilt he felt. Even so he had learnt a valuable lesson, if he was going to meet up with anyone from the school stay well within the protective barriers of the school. At least until he was no longer being hunted but god knows how long that would be.

Yes she may have come close but she hadn't crossed the line and in Shadow's eyes at least that showed something not only a great amount of strength. He had no doubt she could have killed the demon if she had wanted to but when it came down to it she hadn't, a hesitation the guard wouldn't have shown nor Shadow had shown but his soul was already destroyed. Jade's still seemed to be well and truly intact though and the fact she had only come close showed that for Shadow at least.

To be their original reason for coming here had kind of slipped his mind momentarily, he probably would have remembered later but currently his thoughts where kind of preoccupied with other more pressing matters, for one making sure Jade was okay. Which to be honest she seemed far from at the moment.

Shadow moved so he was sat next to her only an inch or so away, in an hope to comfort her some way, hoping he wasn't making her feel too awkward, that being the main reason he didn't try to comfort her beyond words and letting her know he was there for now, after all he didn't want to cross some barrier she may have put up. “You may have come close but you didn't kill anyone right? That's the thing that really matters.” His voice holding a note of concern. “If your okay that's great but you know you're allowed to not be okay as well.” Knowing the front that some people had a tendency to put on especially at this school.
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Jade Ferrington
Posted: Dec 15 2010, 04:07 AM



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The words rang through her mind as she seemed to zone out. She was so absorbed in her emotions she hadn't realized that she had clung to Shadow, pulled him closer, and began to cry into his shoulder. She was now losing tears much faster than before, her body shook as she sobbed.

Jade wasn't sure what Shadow was thinking right now, but Jade knew he was right, it was OK to not be ok. And she wasn't ok, she was beyond wrecked, she wanted to run as far away as possible, find a secluded spot away from society and never risk hurting anyone ever again. However, that also meant that her friends might get harmed. Shadow was obviously defending himself from a rather ruthless and honorless group of his own people. She had mixed emotions. One, she felt as though she should have been able to carry out the deed, to defend her new friend, but what would happen if she couldn't control the type of rage that caused her to do the massive change? What if she became uncontrollable when she decided to defend her friends?

The art teacher was fairly calm most of the time, perhaps she would have to learn to meditate from her. It would be helpful to learn something to cool her nerves should she enter a situation like this again. Jade then realized that she had never actually responded to Shadow, but considering she had pulled him closer, it was likely he already got the picture. She was broken inside, and felt as though she was some kind of monster. Not in the physical sense, although it was true, she felt like something inhuman, lacking the compassion that she believed was supposed to be a critical part of a human. She felt as though something very critical had gone wrong inside of her. Whether she would be able to reconcile that was beyond her ability to put to words. It just seemed like she would carry this in her mind for some time.

“I feel like a monster,” She said, finally moving her head so she could meet eyes with him, “I was so close to losing control. I want to be able to defend those I care about, but not at the cost of losing control,” she continued to lose tears despite her next words being as though trying to laugh it off, “I am SO not ok right now.”
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Posted: Dec 16 2010, 12:12 PM



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As she clung to him sobbing it seemed his intuition had been right. She was most definitely not okay. Not that he knew how to help much but he would certainly try he thought hugging the girl and simply letting her cry for a bit. Although comforting may not have been his speciality by nature he was a caring person. He hated seeing anyone, especially his friends, upset or hurting. So that meant he would try his best to make things okay. Mind you Shadow was rarely one to do things by half’s, he had never really seen the point in doing something if it was only going to be done by halves, especially important things.

He had seen so many, not just at this school, in truth less so at this school, more so in the outside world that only did things by half. Sometimes such important things as well. He supposed that it was one of the many things about humans he would never understand. The way they took so much for granted not so much the ones in this school, more so the normal ones. All the opportunities they had which half the people here would give anything for. Shadow however classed himself as quite lucky, he had been quite fortunate, true his life had by no means been easy but he had a family of some form, even if there was no shared blood, unlike many in his realm he had never been imprisoned. Compared to most here he was lucky.

As she looked up Shadow moved his arms from around her, as she said she felt she was a monster Shadow couldn’t help but hide the frown that creased his brow. She honestly felt like she was a monster? Still the dilemma she was on about was not an unusual one at all. “No matter how much you feel one take my word for this if nothing else, you’re not a monster.” Sure she may not have been perfect, no one was thought and she was most definitely not a monster. “Plus you didn’t loose control, not really.” Sure she may have come close but her conscious had kicked in at the right moment.

“And like I said its fine not to be okay, we’ll just stay here until you’re ready to go back to the school and whenever you are just say..” He said with a kind smile, some concern still showing clearly on his features. He did care for the girl and it worried him deeply that she thought she was turning into a monster.
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Jade Ferrington
Posted: Jan 9 2011, 09:31 PM



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Trying to keep her composure, she looked at the spirit next to her. She was hardly able to account for him being a demon. He seemed too kind to be considered what her fellow Christians would consider one. In reality, it seemed as though a demon was merely another type of creature. And she ended up stepping into the middle of their war by trying to make friends with one.

Either way, she softened her expression a little. Her tears falling slower now, and the cold of the air outside of the water starting to become noticeable to her. She began to pull her wings closer to her body for warmth, as she tried to smile off the emotions, “I may feel less than ok, but now I also feel cold.”

She moved her hair from her face with one hand pulling through the crack near her chest in the way her wings draped over her. It was wet and matted anyways, and it felt odd as it dried on her. She started to take deeper breathes to slow her heart rate. She then thought about the key, “How do you know if the key is to anything useful?”

It had been a beautiful key, as though everything from their world was somewhat beautiful in an old-world feel. They may have had other methods of enchanting modern things, but it seemed the oldest ones were the most refined and often used as charms in mystical places such as hell, or the shadow realm, or whatever those various unique places were named. She still felt a bit off-center, as though her life had taken a drastically more spiritually numbing turn, but this key gave her a distraction. Something she hoped could also serve as a stepping stone to a deeper friendship. She liked the idea of kindling more friendships.

Thinking about that, she perked a half smile, her ears articulating through her hair like little cupped antennas. This form was abnormally fun, and could easily be used again should she need it. She would try her best to keep it fresh and useable in future engagements or flying exercises. It was almost like a humanoid gargoyle, but elegant.

What she didn't realize was that she seemed to be getting befriended by more and more people who were in social turmoil where they came from. It was obvious that her life would only become more turbulent as she got older. Her past history on the streets made her more comfortable with the downtrodden than anything else. Perhaps she had fallen upon a God Given purpose?
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Posted: Jan 16 2011, 06:24 AM



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As she said she felt cold he glanced round, he hadn't really brought a jacket, cold didn't really bother him. Maybe they should head back to the school, it should be warmer there shouldn't it? The problem was when it came to heat and warmth Shadow didn't really have much perception of it unless it was life threatening. He forgot sometimes humans where different, very different at that, they where such delicate fragile creature, sure if they wanted to they could fight like lions but then something as simple as getting too cold could make them seriously ill or even kill them. He knew the basics he just kind of forgot sometimes, forgot that they weren't like him which may seem strange considering he was in their world.

As she asked about the key he supposed that it was only right he told her, not just that but a little conversation might distract her. From the cold. Plus he didn't really mind telling her. Sure he wasn't too keen on too much of his life getting spread around the school but she honestly didn't seem like the type to go around spreading rumours. Now it wasn't like the place was bursting with people who knew him but he did have a few friends here, most that actually knew very little about his past.

He pulled the key out of his back pocket twirling it in his hands a little, he supposed to people who hadn't lived in the castle, even those in his own realm, it would be basically impossible to tell the difference between the keys. “See the blade, the end bit, the way its cut is for the cell's reserved for long term prisoners.” He said only flicking his gaze sideways briefly. “I'm hoping its to a certain sections of cell's which some of my family are in. If not then it'll still be able to get some people free.” He said with only a small smile.

The downside was that meant he'd have to go back to his home of course. Never a fun task at the best of time. Especially remembering what he'd done, that was part of the problem with regaining his memory, it didn't erase what he'd done when he'd been brainwashed. He knew that under normal circumstances he would have never committed half the crimes he had but it didn't take it away and he could remember everything. “After all there's a lot of people in those cell's that shouldn't be.” Running a hand through his still damp hair making it stick out at odd angles.
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Posted: Jan 29 2011, 02:41 AM



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The key was an intricate piece of equipment. The fact that Shadow knew so much about the specific tooth structure of the key was enough to know that he had some deep familiarity with the specific place this key was designed for. He seemed to know a lot about this prison situation. She tried to keep herself from making any direct conclusions, but it was a feeling deep in her mind that perhaps he had a hand in their being in that prison in the first place. However, you could tell that he also regretted the fact that they were there to begin with. This key was a god-send to him, he might be able to free someone that he had wrongfully imprisoned.

“I'm sure it'll be alright,” she started, trying to be more reassuring, despite her own discomfort with the situation, “I'm sure whoever it frees will be overjoyed to be out.”

Jade then glanced over to one of the outcroppings of rocks. Her clothes were over there, those would definitely help with the cold, although they would probably be a bit tight on her current form. She was considerably taller right now. Although, because it was cold out, most of her clothes were larger anyways. Certainly more stretchable.

“If you don't mind, I think I'm going to get dressed again.”

She walked over to the rocks with her body covered by the folded wings. She kind of didn't want to give up the wings and form right away. It was fun, but she knew it wasn't a necessity. She couldn't just walk into the school looking like someone else. That would freak people out, especially her room mate. Haha, her room would would’ve freaked at seeing this walking into their room.

As though saying goodbye to the wings, she stretched them to their full length and gave them a nice gentle flap, almost like a butterfly or a bat testing it's wings for flight. Jade smiled, as her clawed feet touched the rock next to her clothes. She pulled them from the ground, as her body suddenly seemed to collapse into a less diminutive shape. Her muscles less defined, her skin more relative to her actual skin tone. Her fingers much less sharp and her features much smoother. The wings had collapsed first like a tree-in fall, and then like clay into a mound, and then disappeared entirely.

Jade's natural eye color returned, and she breathed in and out in a controlled fashion. It was much easier to transform willingly than unwillingly. Her room mate knew that first hand.

Jade then placed her legs into her pants and then fastened them. She then began to put her shirt and coat back on. It was nice to be warmer. She then sat on the dry rock and put her socks and shoes back on.
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Posted: Jan 31 2011, 03:06 PM



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As she said whoever was freed would be overjoyed anyway he gave a slight smile, though deep in the pit of his stomach he knew it wasn't good enough. He could right every wrong he had committed and he planned to correct the ones he still could but at the end of the day the sin's would always live with him. Always in the back of his mind that his past which he tried so hard to run from would catch up with him. From this day on he could be perfect, he could never do a single fault against anyone but it still would never erase his past, all he could do was pretend. Pretend for a little while his past wasn't his and hoped no one ever learnt any different.

He knew he wasn't the only one at this school with a past they would rather forget it didn't change anything for him though. He knew he had no soul or whatever fragments of whatever soul he might have had where barely slivers now, tiny little fragments that he doubted half the time where even there, but the guilt still consumed him. That was his secret though. His burden to bear and his alone. He never had and probably would never let anyone know about the weight he constantly carried on his shoulders. He would do what he always did and hide it.

People needed him too much to let it overtake him. He was the calm one, the one to bring a smile and ease situations. Not the one to worry. He knew that wasn't his role. It had never been his role and he wasn't about to let it become his role either. He needed to snap out of it right now and get his priorities straight. If he started thinking on this they would get nowhere and Jade needed to get back to the school. Sure he had no doubt that she could handle herself, she had already proved that and he hadn't doubted her anyway, it was more so Shadow wouldn't let someone he didn't even like be at risk if he felt he could help.

As she mentioned putting clothes back on, he suddenly remembered that they where still in fact in their bathing costumes, he got up stretching out his back, before heading over to his own t-shirt and shoes, the cold didn't bother him so the fact he was more dressed for summer in surf shorts, converse and a t-shirt didn't phase him.

Once he had finished tying the last of his laces he turned back to Jade, “So what do you say to heading back? I think its probably best we get you in the warmth.” He said with a more usual grin on his features his hands shoved in his pocket, letting his normal demeanour take over a little more as oppose to the more solemn one he had held for the last couple of minutes.
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Considering how odd it felt to be staring at her own reflection again, she nodded in agreement to heading back. Jade was indeed cold, and it would likely be getting close to dusk. Everyone knew it wasn't wise to stay out too late past sun-down.

Jade nodded again, as she spoke, “Yeah, it's probably a good idea to head back.”

Overall, she felt warmer with the clothes on, but she still felt as though the cool air was permeating the clothes and trying to force her to become less comfortable with the moment. Without even asking him if he was ready to go, she just began to walk towards where she believed the opening to the cave was. She grabbed the lantern that was still resting on the rock and began to walk back the way she had come from.

She was confident that nobody would want to mess with her if she had the lantern, it was likely to hurt if thrown or even merely swung at their head. Jade somehow felt as though her body ached in response to the exertion that had happened only moments ago. She walked with a tepid pace, as though distracted. She began to rock the lantern back and forth gently, as she walked. Being closer to the light made her feel a bit warmer, and it gave her a sense of security. However, Jade wasn't certain as to how secure it would actually keep her.

The girl wanted to whistle, but she didn't want to attract too much more attention than her current movements were making. She didn't want anyone to get any ideas. For all they knew she was some apparition of a dead kid. The light of the lantern helped with that. Shadow was only moments behind her, his shoes tapping so lightly that she barely heard him there.

Her lips crept into a half smile as she began to imagine sleeping in her bed back at the school. It seemed like such a desirous thing after this ordeal for an evening nap. Despite not knowing whether it was secure to or not, she began to speak ever so lightly in the direction of Shadow, “We should meet up for lunch or dinner sometime. It would certainly be less eventful, I hope.”
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Although not really all too clever to stay out after sundown it wasn't at all unusual for Shadow to. He knew not many humans did, most of the students at this school that stayed out after sun weren't human. Most being an exception from the curfew rule as well. Truthfully not many of the teachers actually seemed to mind all that much if anyone stayed out after curfew, as long as they didn't get in trouble. Shadow rarely did, well certainly not that the staff new anyway, no matter what happened he could take care of himself and if he couldn't his sister sure as hell could help him out.

Sometimes it was scary to think of the power she held, at times she seemed utterly undefeated, so powerful and extremely persistent. Almost like she could take on the world single handedly, mind you that didn't seem all that uncommon at this school, he could think of a few students and staff that seemed to hold power beyond comprehension. Very few of them actually looked like they held any real power, some if Shadow looked close enough it seemed he could see it in their eyes or the way they held themselves but that seemed to be more with some of the younger looking teachers.

As Jade began walking Shadow followed behind, not silently but keeping his footsteps fairly light, truthfully he wasn't all that worried any more. He had been listening carefully and so far hadn't heard anyone near by or smelt the scent of anyone that shouldn't have been around. He was pretty sure that the guards had given up by now and where searching elsewhere. After all they where rather impatient creatures.

He let his gaze fall on the girl as she mentioned having lunch or dinner sometime, stating it would hopefully be less eventful, the demon gave a small chuckle. “Yeah hopefully.” He said with a slight smile. “Whenever you fancy it just get in contact with me.” He said with a kind smile, not actually thinking that she probably wouldn't know how to contact him, being rather absent-minded as usual.
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She sort of liked how everything went after the suggestion of going back to the school. Shadow was a bit odd, and she was ok with that. She too also felt odd, and that made her feel more comfortable amongst the odd and downtrodden, no matter how much danger that put her in. She'd have to get used to life being dangerous at some point.

It then dawned on her that he said she should get into contact with him, but never said how, “Um, do you have a preferred method of contact? I could always leave a message on your door, or something. In what room at Darbyville Academy do you live?”

It probably sounded like she was a bit desperate, but in fact they were practical questions. If she wanted to remain in contact with her friend, she had to enable a method by which to do so. That, and she figured the school wouldn't be very happy if she tried to employ smoke-signals in her dorm. Her eyes widened and then she laughed audibly, “I do hope you don't say smoke signals, because my room mate would probably throw me out a window.”

The opening of the cave soon welcomed them, the orange light and long shadows of early evening gave them a rough estimate of what time it was, probably around 6 PM. In about an hour, the night would overtake the grounds, and it would be the time when people adventured out to do the unthinkable rule-breaking adventures that teens often engaged in. The chaotic mischief that would endanger but teach at the same time.

This same sort of mischief had helped her meet Cyrus Mortise. Oh, how she missed that undead person. They were so similar, so friendly, it was almost as though they both knew they couldn't be in love, but wanted to be friends anyways. Neither of them verbalized this, though. Kind of an unlikely friendship made in the most strange yet mystical place. Why did cemeteries happen to be one of those places?

Her penchant for adventure had helped her meet both Cyrus and Shadow, both lovely, yet endangered peoples. Perhaps she needed to stop going out at night? Nah, that's no fun. That would make life entirely boring. Without the kinds of interesting people she met because of her adventures, she'd be stuck with mindless drama like King Kat and his cronies engaged in, BLEGH.
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Truthfully the main reason it didn't occur to Shadow she wouldn't know how to contact him is because the people who he saw on a regular basis either just kind of knew or had other methods. His sister sent a message through the shadows if she ever needed him and well Kero had always just kind of turned up. Mind you Kero had been an odd one even by his standards. He had never quite known what had happened to the boy. Kero had just kind of disappeared. He supposed he should really be use to people disappearing every now and again, most the people he knew had a tendency to at some point.

As Jade asked how she should get in touch with him he perked his head slightly. “That's a good point I never thought of that.” He said with a slight laugh ruffling the back of his hair. “Guess a message on the door would be the best bet. Don't think I know smoke signals.” He said with a small smirk. He highly doubted that she had any power that she would be able to send out a message with. Still a note on the door should work fine. He came back to his room most nights.

“I'm in room 138, of the boys dorm obviously. Though you might have to give me a few days notice, I'm not always in my room.” He said with a slight grin. He did have a bad tendency to spend the nights out. Maybe a few too many of them out drinking in either the club or the pub. He was old enough after all, even if technically he wasn't meant to by the school rules.

It was simply how he got by. He didn't sleep, never particularly had. He kept his energy up with plenty of caffeine and sugar, during the day it was easy though. During the day it was light. People where everywhere, at night though it was harder. Most humans where in bed asleep under the stars so all he had to keep him company was his memories. So he went the only place people where. Where others spent their nights. Probably where he'd head tonight as well.

“Oh I should probably get your dorm room as well in case I need to pass you message.” He thought suddenly turning his dark gaze to the girl. “That's if you're okay with me having it.” Realising she might not be comfortable with him having her dorm number for whatever reason.
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Thinking about the first day she met her room mate she sighed. Ah, room twenty-one. The place she called home. Although, technically it was room two-hundred-twenty-one. They had obviously given them a number that would be easier to remember.

“I live in room two-twenty-one. My room mate is named Aran K. Ziota, in case you should meet her,” she tried not to laugh too much, but then started repeating silently to herself the number of his room. Having lacked any appropriate place to write the number down, she decided to make sure she would remember it, using repetition.

The sun reaching closer to dusk, the school looming larger and larger through the trees as they got closer. The somewhat english styled castle structure seemed somewhat out of place to her amongst the mountains, but she still went to and from the place frequently.

One-hundred-thirty-eight. She told herself.
One-hundred-thirty-eight. She echoed inside of her skull.
One-hundred-thirty-eight. Jade repeated to herself again. Like a flashing light or visual cue in her head. She didn't want to forget this number. Jade liked making friends, and getting into contact with them wasn't exactly the easiest of things for her to do. She had rarely even thought of how she would meet friends again beyond the ability to track down a teacher they might know.

One-hundred-thirty-eight, she rhythmically repeated to herself. Like a pendulum, she kept repeating it to herself, like a song or a poem. It drilled itself deeper and deeper into her mind. The tome of memory in her skull like that of a vault that needed frequent care in order to ensure preservation of what was within it.

She then realized he had make a comment about feeling as though she might not want him to have her room number. That seemed strange since she had already said it, but perhaps he hadn't been listening carefully. More likely, though, was the fact that she hadn't realized he'd mentioned that concern until after she had spoken the number. Either way, she was neither confused or put off by him.

“I'm not worried about you having it at all. I don't think you have any ill intentions I can't get myself back out of, should the need arise,” She joked.

As they finally reached the borders of the school gardens, she looked around realizing how few students and teachers were out in the evening on a sunday. “Now might be our place to bid adieu. Thank you for the eventful afternoon,” She bowed her head gently, “I hope we see each other again.”

It was at this moment she was reminded that she had met him before that night in the art room. Way before. They had met in the library, he had needed a book, she was on a ladder, and obviously both had forgotten. Oh well, can't fix memory. People forget a great many things.
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Posted: Mar 16 2011, 10:52 AM



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It was good having people round the school he could talk to, even if it was just about nothing at all. He knew more then likely there would be a time when it came from him to move on from this place, after all he wasn't the kind to settle for life and he would have an extremely long life. He had yet to regret one friend he had made though. Even thought few to this day he kept in contact with, merely because over the past years his life had changed so much and some had merely died from old age.

After all just because Shadow looked around eighteen he was much older. He was a demon with a linked life. It only made sense. He wasn't immortal and it by no means meant he couldn't feel pain but it did mean he would live a hell of a lot longer still. Most of the people he had known in this world or knew where humans and humans life was limited and so very fragile. They where so interesting though and most he had met had such good hearts.

As she mentioned about her room number and her room mate Shadow gave a nod of his head. “I'll make sure to remember that.” He said with a grin and a nod of his head. Shadow himself didn't have a room-mate, truthfully he wasn't quite sure why but it was kind of useful for him to be honest. After all he had no particular sleeping pattern, his sister and Kubomi came and went as they pleased and it was good to have a place that was just his.

As she mentioned not being able to get herself out of any event that might arise he gave a small chuckle. “I have no doubt about that.” He smiled as they reached the boarder of the schools grounds.

“I'm sure we will see each other again, until then take it easy.” He said with a grin giving her a small wave. “See ya.” Shadow spoke with his usual smile before turning on his heel and heading back out towards the town. After all for him it was still very early. He did hope he'd see her again really that was her choice though, after all he wasn't going to bug her, although he would like to see her again he wasn't the type. It would be good to have another friend though.
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