Morgan wasn't a huge fan of dressing up. It was, after all, a rather childish activity, and seemed to be far too much the preserve of princesses to be of any interest. On Halloween, however, she would make an exception... because Halloween was about scaring people. She still had the zombie costume from last year that had made several freshman students literally wet their pants with fear. This year, she'd decided to go for menacing rather than outright scary. How much more menacing could anything be than Morgan Scott with a bloody great sword?
Yes, she was dressed as a pirate, in an adapted men's costume because the female version had had her, Banzai and Ed in stitches. No self-respecting pirate would ever wear that clearly male-designed flouncy monstrosity. She and her boys were dressed more or less to theme tonight (sadly, she had been unable to stop Ed from, with his own special logic, attaching a stuffed parrot to the shoulder of his costume), although the school's nannying administration had seen fit to separate them from the beginning. Morgan had been fortunate that her assigned companion in the boat ride over here hadn't been a complete idiot.
Now back on dry land, she strolled around the ruined castle, occasionally shoving people out of her way or stomping on toes with her enormous boots. Even dressed up, it was hard to miss Morgan Scott. She rested her hand on the hilt of her sword as naturally as if she wore one every day and looked around. Banzai and Ed were either still waiting around for their so-called dates on the other side of the lake or they were lost. Or they'd found some food, in which case she would kick them both in the nuts later for not sharing. In any event, she seemed to be flying solo for now. It didn't take more than one person, really, to frighten Lola-Jo Delmar into tipping over in her pink eyesore of a dress, anyway.
As she ambled about, a masked figure standing by the wall caught her eye and she smirked, changing direction. "What's the matter, Cinders?" she began once she was close enough not to have to shout, and smirked nastily. "Prince Charming ditch you already?" The fact that there were people here tonight who technically were Cinderella and her prince didn't hurt her metaphor in the slightest.
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