Previous threads:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=millicent+faux(3 Fate Points)House: Ravenclaw Millicent is Anti-Social. This is the system-specific trait, not the popular definition of anti-social. She is not socially awkward, shy, or lonely; she actively hates people. But she is not a sociopath (she does feel emotions, and she does understand social expectations and rules, and does follow them, and is not manipulative; she just hates people).However, being thrust into an environment where she MUST interact with people, no longer having the safe haven of her own room or of Dad and Mum, and with the threat of being disowned, has forced Millicent to begin accepting more people.This does not mean that Millicent is lonely and wants friends for the sake of companionship or for the sake of friendship; she still feels hatred for people outside of the very small circle of family, familiar, doll, and acquaintance(s).And that hatred will only subside with time, or her being forced to get to know the person better and becoming acclimated to them.Her hatred isn't an uncontrolled thing either, unlike her fear of bodies of water or nausea regarding seafood; she can push down that hatred enough to work with people. People can do things they hate, and be unhappy with it but do it all the same. tl;drPeople have to work hard to be liked or even tolerated by Millicent; Average Joe's can go take a hike, Real Relationships Only.Traits:Near-Death>A fear of large bodies of water and being unable to stomach foods with obvious fish.Hexer>Natural aptitude to hexes, but not trusted by others because of it.Supernatural Luck: Able to refresh a Fate Point on an 8, 9, & 10 on a d10.
Nathaniel stops dead in front of you. Well not dead as is in "dead!" but more like he just stops moving. Because he's a ghost. And he's dead. Undead if you will. But not a vampire. No. A ghost. Okay? kay? Good. "Can we help you?" says Nigel after an awkward pause. "I would like to speak with Milicent" says Nathaniel. >Go with him>Walk through him and keep going>other
>>23436875>Go with him
>>23436875Go with him, sigh and roll your eyes, "This is not at all going to let the other contestants know who I am", then tell your friecquaintances to wait you where-ever we were going.
Yay, we're back!>Go with him
>>23436875>otherRoll our eyes at him."Can it wait until after class? This had better be important for me to risk being late."
>>23436901It is a raven.In disguise.They're fucking crafty.
>>23436894Also, this makes me think: we could maybe scout out the other contestants to the game if we just find out what students keep on getting interrupted on their way to damn class by Nathaniel Nosy here. If there are other contestants, his cavalier attitude to secrecy makes me doubt it... This is just some prank he pulls on some Ravenclaw every year, instead of competing with three of our peers, we're competing with past Ravenclaws...
With a sigh and a backwards glance at your friends you walk with Nathaniel to your usual garden area. Thankfully it's a nice sunny day today as you find a warm bench to sit on opposite the Hufflepuff ghost who pretends to sit.You can't help but notice the many ways in which Nathaniel tries to act like he's still alive. He sits as if he has been on a merry walk round the castle, he rests his hand upon the arm of the bench although the tips of his fingers melt right into it. Perhaps he's training himself for when he receives the 'body' you agreed to make for him."Any luck?" he asks with a smile.>I've done some research and I know what I have to do. I just don't know how to do it and get the things I need>Mostly theoritical. I need more time for the practical stuff.>I don't need luck.>other
>>23437035>I don't need luck.
>>23437035>Mostly theoritical. I need more time for the practical stuff."And I would appreciate it if you would not advertise that I am assisting you or a contestant in this contest of yours; was Sam a fellow contestant that wished to get rid of some of the competition?"
>>23437035"Mostly theories and ideas. I'm a first year in her first week in school, don't expect miracles."
>>234370633edgy5me>>23437035>Mostly theoritical. I need more time for the practical stuff.
>>23437035>>Mostly theoritical. I need more time for the practical stuff.but I do know that hings will be needed so about 3/8th done
>>23437063As true as that statement may be, remember that this is a setting where you can buy bottled luck potions at Diagon Alley; don't discount luck.
>>23437116More like 3/80th...
>>23436969Ravens are like the ninja of birds or something, dude
"Mostly theoretical. I need more time for the pratical stuff" you say as Nathaniel furrows his brow and considers your progress."Plus it's my first week of school, don't expect miracles"Nathaniel grins and looks at you from the corners of his eyes. "And don't come floating by and advertise that I'm a competitor" you say, finally."Understood, that was careless of me" he says, voice calm and collected. "You know" he begins "the other contestants have already made swift progess on building me the body I desire...">How much progress?>Who?>Does Sam have anything to do with this?>other
>>23437181>other"Good for you then. Is there something you have to tell me or I can go to my class?"
>>23437181>other"So is that the reason that the Hufflepuff boy attempted to take out the contestant from Slytherin?"
>>23437181"Pshaw, yeah, I am sure they are, Mr. Smooth Guy.""But now that we're talking anyhow... Do you know anything about Sam? The alleged Slytherin-poisoner?"
>>23437218Sounds about right.
Oh come on guys, he's obviously lying his puffle off.
>>23437280I think >>23437218 is good, but less than subtle way of confronting that. I'm all for it.
>>23437181any fool could shove you into a barely mobile doll I am working on building a body running jumping lifting moving dancing body it will take time but it will be done right.
"So is that the reason that the Hufflepuff boy attempted to take out the contestant from Slytherin?" you say flatly, which only seems to add venom to your accusation. Nathaniel's ghostly face contorts in an inhuman manner, looking truly horrific and the stuff of nightmares, eyes blackening and mouth widening into a grimace. "I do not take kindly to your accusation, miss Fauxly" he says in a hiss "to think I had anything to do with what that Hufflepuff boy did is an outrage!">So he was a contestant then?>So he was trying to poison the competition then?>other
>>23437326>So he was a contestant then?
>>23437326"So he really was trying to poison the competition, then? Surprising."
>>23437326>other"But it is oh so convenient, isn't it? You hold a contest for a powerful artifact, the recovery of which could propel Hufflepuff back to greatness. At the same time, a boy from Hufflepuff attempts to poison Slytherin House, which would effectively knock out their contestant, making it more likely for the Hufflepuff contestant to win."And before you imply implications of your own, of course I don't think you had anything to do with it. You want a body; the faster the better. Having contestants knocked out is counter to your goal. If anything the poisoning was only an unintended side-effect."Now, are we done here?"
Guys, you know!We could demand he tell the other contestants the contest is off.That we will finish the body.Or else we'll tell the headmaster he was involved.
>>23437428That sounds like an idea that won't get us closer to the Trident.
>>23437486What if it is?
>>23437428Not seeing what's in it for Nathaniel, and the Headmaster seemed to approve of the contest.We have no evidence that Sam even knows about the contest, or that his poisoning of the food is related to it.Right now it's all suppositions, implying implications, and conjectures. We need proof first.
>>23437522Well, the headmaster already knows about the competition (if there is one grumble grumble), and so he has the same information that we do, except maybe this latest outburst.
>>23437557Always assume the headmaster knows everything. Becase he probably does.
>>23437580Oh yeah, the walls have eyes in Hogwarts...I wonder where our headmaster lies on the Dumbledometer.
"Don't you think it's just a little too convienient? A Hufflepuff student with a powerful magical artifact would be just the thing to propel the house to greatness" you say.Nathaniel seems to regain his composure, face shifting back to normal. "If that were my plan why would I offer the artifact to one student of each house and not for Hufflepuffs? My house is a loyal and just one and do not take kindly to minced words"He floats into the air and spins to face you. "I will be checking up on you later in the week to check on your progress, hopefully by that time you'll be in a better attitude than you are now, such a pity" He phases into the ground heading to what you could only assume to be the dungeons.The time to worry about magical Tridents and plots of arson take a back seat as Flying Practice rears its head. You find your way to the outer grounds where the rest of the class huddles together to collect their brooms from the shed. Tara skitters off and jumps atop of it to be out of your way for the lesson, keeping Elise company. Roll 1d100 for Flying Lesson. 65 or less wins.
>>23437557>>23437535Well, the little ghost doesn't know that now does he?He might be pretty afraid of being implicated in a crime and his entire contest shut down.Thus he might be inclined to engage in a simple trade with only us.
Rolled 36>>23437603By the Dice Gods, I roll!
Rolled 28>>23437603Trust me.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb2stN7kH28
>>23437626Two billion degrees of success!
Rolled 19>>23437626Yay, my first roll in this quest ever.My luck is now probably all gone, so no more rolls for me today.
>>23436781Oh dear god what's wrong with her face in that picture.
"Up!" the broom shoots into your grip with ease this time. Another hit like before and you're sure your nose would have broke.Professor Bergle mounts his own nimbus 2000 and leads the way for the class who follow behind at a controlled pace. You fly your broom down to the lake and back, high into the sky and around the castle, drinking in the beautiful landscape as the cold air whips through your robe and clothes. You feel a relief flood through you as your feet touch down on solid earth as the lesson draws to an end. Before you can follow your friends to potions class Professor Bergle calls you and Joel over to him as he packs away the brooms. "Mr. Gleesan tells me you'll be helping us this coming monday and tuesday night" he says "mighty good of you to do so, been a while since a student has volunteered of their own free will. No telling what horrible monstrosisties are waiting out there in the forbidden forest waiting to rip the skin off your bones" Joel gives a nervous laugh and says it's no problem in his own charismatic way. "So what interests do you have in the forests anyways?" asks Bergle "looking to take a snapshot with a unicorn?" he jokes. >Yeah. I love unicorns. Can't get enough of them.>Can't remember why I volunteered. Should be interesting though>other
>>23437756It just sounded interesting is all.
>>23437756"It is the duty of all students to appear as goody two-shoes as possible and get enough house cup points to their house.""Also, it seemed like a good way to get practical experience in Defense Against."
>>23437788always that one guy who posts too late. I salute you.
>>2343780811 minutes too late, at that.And yet, you caught it in the 20 or so seconds that it was there before I deleted it.
>>23437756"It sounded interesting, and it's a good way to get practical experience in DADA."
>>23437808He... He's gone now, Captain.We will remember him, always.
>>23437756"It seemed like a good idea at the time."
>>23437756>other"I needed a way to practice some of my spells, and using them against what lives in the Forest would be good practice."
>>23437889"Against what lives in the Forest" sounds a wee bit blood-thirsty, though, doesn't it?
... I wonder if we're going to get brooms for Forest duty.
>>23437804We're being blunt today
"It seemed like a good idea at the time" you say, telling him that you'll be interested for some extra Defence Against skill use if it came to it. "I admire your spirit" says Bergle, scratching the stubble on his bony chin. "Ain't a fun place to be that forbidden forest."The little small talk you have with Professor Bergle ends as you call over Tara who has Elise clamped softly between her teeth. She jumps into your arms as you bear hug her into place as you walk to potions. Sitting in class next to Olivia you can't help but watch as Professor Trib instructs further on the correct method of detecting harmful potions. You try to imagine a beautiful woman underneath her leathery skin and hooked nose but it seems impossible.Once the section on harmful potions is finished for the week she moves onto an equally dangerous potion assignment. "Today I will demonstrate the effects of the 'beauty potion'" she says, holding up a pink vile of liquid "any volunteers?">Say nothing. Don't move a muscle.>"I-I will...">other
>>23437756"Practical experience in defensive spells."
>>23437950It'll be like the speeder chase on Endor's Moon in Return of the Jedi.
>>23437971I'm sure OP will adjust the vocabulary and soften the adult sarcasm into something a bit more Darndest Things Kids Say fashion, if he picks it up.Or else we're a precocious little anti-social brat with delusions of humour.
>>23437986.Say nothing. Don't move a muscle.
>>23437986>Say nothing. Don't move a muscle.We know the kinds of object lessons she does with her potions; let someone else suffer this time.
>>23437986IF WE DON'T MOVE SHE CAN'T SEE USTHAT'S HOW TEACHERS WORK, RIGHT?SAW IT IN A MOVIE
>>23437986Say nothing. Don't dare move a muscle.
>>23437990Aw, no speedsters...
Roll 1d100. 65 or less wins.
>>23438077Now I wish I knew whether I put that thought into your head, or whether I just read what was already there. But the broomfessor interested in kids in the Forest? That sounds like an interesting training ground for future Quidditch players.
Rolled 95>>23438091ROLLS FOR THE ROLL GOD
>>2343810810/10Would let you roll again
>>23438091OP, are taking the first roll or the best out of three like someone suggested once?
>>23438108You're the fucker that rolled that nat-100 in the previous thread? AREN'T YOU? AREN'T YOU!
>>23438108Seems like we volunteered.
Rolled 14>>23438146Actually, yes I am and I'M SORRY OKAY I'M SORRY ;__;
>>23438162Stop using your good rolls on useless posts!
>>23438162It's okay. You'll redeem yourself in the future in a big way. Please, stay and keep on rolling and enjoy yourself. We'll need you in the future.
>>23438108Did we just find a Dementor?
>>23438162>>23438173You don't always need to roll.
>>23438134First rolls still only.
>>23438182T-thanks.>>23438192>>23438170I forgot to clear my e-mail field.I'm so very sorry. I'll make up for this yet, I promise.
So quick question, why aren't we using the enlargement spell to ride Tara around like a queer Las Vegas performer?
The class goes deadly silent. Nobody moves. Each student praying her vision is based on sight...you feel a sneeze coming on. No! No! Why now?! You physically begin to convulse and shake in your seat as you fight to hold it back, every inch of your will fighting to-"Ah-chew!" "Ah, Miss Fauxly, thank you for volunteering!""Wait, I didn't-""Thank you!"You feel the rest of the class burn a whole in your back as you walk to the front of the class. You take the vile from Professor Trib and drink...A warm rush goes through you as the class gasps in surprise. You don't feel any different...>Is it bad?!>What?!>other
>>23438210Eh, it makes for interesting story telling. Just don't overdo it with the fail. >_>
>>23438284>otherNervously observe classmates reactions.
>>23438284It's spelled vial, you prole.
>>23438284Put hands over face, look away
>>23438284>>other"How long will it last?"We really don't want to know.
>>23438304It's also hole, not whole, you pleb.
>>23438284Keep silent, see what's going on.Keep silent, no matter what.We are going to get a lecture from the professor, and we will be quiet throughout the whole thing, no matter what. No questions about her past. Nothing. This is dangerous shit, grade A.
>>23438287Failure is generally more interesting than success in a story anyway.
>>23438306>>23438315Both of these!
>>23438284>other"How long will it last, and what is the antidote?"
>>23438315This, chill as fuck.
>>23438336>Failure is generally more interesting than successI've always wondered about this.Have you ever actually played a game where you auto-fail everything? Was it ever actually fun?
"What?!" you say, face blushing as the class looks at you in amazement. Professor Trib flourishes her wand as a mirror appears before you. You see yourself...only your skin has a luscious sheen to it that wasn't there before, your eyes sparkle and your hair is like silk. It's you but the best possible kind of you there could ever be."How long will it last?" you say, keeping your composure."About an hour. It's a weak version of the formula">+20 Charisma.Professor Trib leans close so only you can hear."I want you to pick a boy you like in the class...">Joel>Nigel >Robert
>>23438410>NigelHe really needs to be cheered up and the other two options are worse.
>>23438336But it's hard to be a protagonist if you have a 50/50 chance at failing everything you try.
>>23438410"I don't hate Joel as much as others, and he'll probably forgive me in time."
>>23438398A game is different from a story. Failing yourself all the time is frustrating. Watching others fail is entertaining.
Please don't be an ugly potion, please.
No Olivia. Sorry folks.
>>23438467Maud?Ok, I guess Joel then.
>>23438410"BUT I DON'T LIKE ANYONE."
>>23438410Cannot scream internally hard enough.
>>23438410>JoelHe's known us since the first day, he's...tolerable.>>23438461Well this is a game, not just a story. Otherwise, why would there be dice rolls and modifiers?
>>23438503>He's known us since the first day, he's...tolerable.This
>>23438498Not gay. Lesbian.
>>23438491This, so very much this.
>>23438410>JoelI-it's not like I like you or anything! I just had to pick someone, so don't read too much into it! B-baka!
>>23438491I agree with the sentiment, but remember what Tibs said the last time we refused to go along with one of her object lessons.Millicent is unlikely to have forgotten that.
>all these votes for JoelRobert is going to be jealous now.
>>23438598Robert can go kiss a toad and become a toady. Maybe we'll consider picking him up then.
>>23438598Don't worry we are ignoring him to show him that we are a independent gurl who don't need no man. That way he will fall in love with us.
ITT: One of the first times Milicent acts in the way the descriotion of "anti social" would suggest and not like she has real problems in social situations.Good on you OP. Good on you.
>>23438503Dice rolls and modifiers aren't the important difference between games and stories for this purpose. The important difference is between watching someone else who you suggest choices to fail and failing yourself.
You can't scream internally enough as your eyes linger on Joel for a second too long."Uh-hmm" hums Trib as she waves her wand in the air, sparks shooting out the end, the room encased in a flash of white for a moment. As the rest of the class rubs their eyes you are directed to sit back down for the rest of the lesson. You're acutely aware of the ogles you are now getting from the boys in the glass. Damn you Trib!The lesson takes a lifetime to end but you're thankful that it does as break arrives. >Run to Library and study/hide>Run to that spot Robert showed you by the large tree study/hide>Stay where you are with your friends>other
>>23438661To the Library! Fuck dealing with people right now, books are easier.
>>23438661Run to the library and hide!
>>23438661>Run to the Library to studyNathaniel's tip that the other contestants are getting close to completing their mannequins might have been a bluff, but Sam's poisoning of the Slytherins suggests it might not.We need to find out where we can get that body and crystal orb and the necessary enchantments.
>>23438661What did he do. What did he do.
>>23438661Take friends to the library and study!
>>23438661Did the potion's effect end already?Anyhow, I think it's time for studyhiding in the library. There are no books at Robert's tree, we might as well try to figure out something about Nathaniel's body.
>>23438687This.Can't deal with people anymore. Books are much less difficult to work with.
>>23438716I don't think it did, considering the ogles from the boys lasted the entire lesson.
>>23438695>>23438687>>23438694Fuck hiding, there's no reason to hide.But there is a reason to study: we need to start getting the necessary enchantment formula's.
>>23438661Where ever we go, make Tara tiger sized and ride her there.
The instant the bell rings for the end of the lesson you're out of the class like lightning. You shoot down the hallways with Tara running by your side as you push open the heavy set doors to the library where you can be alone. Or so you thought. Maud sits alone on a desk reading a spellbook. She turns and looks at you. "Oh. My. God">Why is this happening ¬_¬!>Run.>Hey Maud>other
>>23438723Bah. People are easy to deal with: just glare at them or ignore them. But we need to study, both for the contest and because we really did not do well in DADA yesterday.>>23438661>otherAsk Olivia to accompany us to the Library for more studying DADA and enchantments.
>>23438744I approve of Battle Cat Tara.
>>23438777Hey Maud. Alternative: Hey sexy lade.
>>23438777"It was the potions master, you've had her before, what did she do when she did that flash of light thing?!"
>>23438777>otherLook around. Make sure that there's no one else here.If it's safe, "Hi Maud. Professor Tibs using me to test her potions on. Does she do this kind of stuff all the time?"
>>23438777>RunIts the most amusing course of action.
Have some superfast drawfaggotry.>>23438777RUN LIKE THE WIND.
>>23438814>>23438795Hey, hey. Remember that Maud said that we need to continue acting like we're at each others throats while in public. Let's make sure we're alone first.
very different options here. Come to an agreement people.
>>23438814>I read that as "fleshlight thing"
>>23438821Replace the word thread with library.
>>23438839I was for "Hi Maud", but I guess the Runs have it.
>>23438830I LIKE YOU!
>>23438777>Why is this happening ¬_¬!
>>23438863To specify, I was the one with the "flash of light thing".
>>23438863No, we're tied.Why are people saying to run? We made up with Maud a couple threads ago; why are you acting like such retards?
>>23438839Run seems like the most hilarious course of action.
>>23438839Stay and talk to Maud about Tibs.
>>23438901Because it's in public, and we look so GORGEOUS it would be sin NOT to run.
>>23438839Run is funniest.
You run like the wind and turn on your heels to make a break for it. Roll 1d100. 50 or less wins.
RUN... and hide under the table.And then complain about Tribs and her evil ways.
Rolled 89>>23438924LIKE THE WIIIND
Rolled 41>>23438924Lets fail for once
Rolled 28>>23438924rolling like a wind
Rolled 78>>23438924I want to lose
>>23438830Please never stop. I love you.
Rolled 90>>23438932I knew it, I said I wouldn't roll anymore, I knew all my luck was gone... I am sorry.
>>23438932HA. HA HA. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
>>23438913>>23438821>most amusing course of action.>most hilarious course of action.>Run is funniest.Goddammit, retarded chucklefuck lolsorandumb shits shitposting. I'd hoped we'd be able to avoid this brand of stupidity.
>>23438932Oh god. We trip and fall down the stairs.BAD END.
TO BE CONTINUED.
Rolled 93>>23438969what, tomorrow?
>>23438956Such is the fate of (nearly) all quest threads.
>>23438956Oh come on, it's perfectly within character. We're an awkward teenager, we gotta fuck up some times. We gotta build up a big trauma bank to overcome while we grow older.Aside from that, at least we're not part of the chorus wanting to lez out every chance we can get.
>>23438969>Replace Daughter with HPQuest
>>23438969are you seriously going to end it right now?I need to see what will happen
>>23438983No, it's not within character.We made up with Maud, she actually comforted Milly the last time. It'd have been more in-character to ask Maud for help about the potion and Trib.
>>23438969I can't blame him or her. It's already 10:23 in the evening over there.
>>23438989>>23438984>23438984Life...finds a way. I seriously have to go and will continue this at the same time tomorrow.
>>23439007We're super embarrassed, trying to not to look like an idiot in front of our older sibling. I've done far stupider things when I was younger trying to 'save face.'
>>23438956>They wan't to do what I don't>Let's accuse them of being stupid and doing things for the sake of being random
Oh well, at least Blatant Fetish Quest is running. I'll be back when you're back on, cheering team olivia.
>>23439047This is my reasoning as well. Sure, we made up with Maud, but her (Maud's) exclamation just means trouble to me.
>>23439051Dude, have you read the posts that were quoted? At least those two did it because they thought it funny.
Let's not bicker and argue, comrades, but speculate on what that flash of light was that Tribs did!I personally think that the hag improved our relationship with Joel somehow.
>>23439007Its not "out of character" because you dislike it. We ran away from our friends too. Whether we made up with Maud or not, Millie prefers being alone. That's like one of the defining traits of her character.
>>23439051I disagree with >>23439047 and >>23439082but at least they have some reasoning behind their decisions, and in a split second decision under stress making this kind of mistake is fairly probable.But I'm referring to the posts that specifically said they wanted to run because they thought it would be funny.
>>23439102Regardless of what she did I don't want her messing with our or our friends' minds.
>>23439102No. NO. Don't be naive. We're screwed. We're always screwed when it comes to Professor Trib.
>>23439102She probably was just distracting us to steal our money.
>>23439136Some of us voted to go to the Library not because Millie wants to be alone, but because we are on a timer in regards to the contest, and while Nathaniel may have been bluffing, it's possible that another contestant is further along than us in completing their body; especially if they didn't have to bother with family problems and friends.
Y-you know, guys? I get sad sometimes, because I know this quest will end someday, HPQuest will move to well-deserved greener pastures and some of us will remain here, with a Millie folder in our computers...Despite the endless debate about what anti-social means and stuff I want you guys to know this is really, really fun.
>>23438537W-where is that from?
>>23439215Don't worry if HPQuest abandons the thread I will release my naughty drawings of Millie/Maud as a goodbye gift.Just kidding HPQuest!
>>23439144I said to run because it was funny. The intent wasn't because its lolrandum, but because its plausible as a preteen's overreaction to embarrassment.
So, which position on the Quidditch team is Millicent going to try out for?
>>23439349Seeker. It's a prestigious position that can turn the tide of the game, and it's the position that involves the least amount of team play and interaction with others.
>>23439289Then I apologize, as your original post implied you were making a choice just for the lulz. I do not wish to see rampant randumb idiocy take down this quest.
>>23439362either keeper or seeker, as those dont require teamplay
>>23439362I like this, but I could also see Keeper working. You don't get the spotlight as much there, less chances of being swarmed after matches.
>>23439349we are in the first year. We wont play any quidditch for some time.
>>23439404OP puts a long text on the beginning of the thread how we arent afraid of crowds or uncomfortable in the presence of others, yet all suggestions present it that way.If we really just hated people, we would take the prestige and let those who swarm us feel their unworth. We would be arrogant and bitchy, not a hermit that tries to avoid any attention at all.We are acting not as we are described.
>>23439404>>23439389>>23439362Considering Millie's exceptionally high Body score, wouldn't Keeper be best because she can take a bashing and keep on tanking?
>>23439215I feel the same way, and I now have more aspirations of starting a quest of my own. Anyway, this just hit me a while ago.>> You're acutely aware of the ogles you are now getting from the boys in the glass.Every boy in our class is going to have a wet-dream about us tonight. And now I feel like I have to kill Prof-Trib in her sleep due to this realization.
>>23439435its actually the decision of the team captain. We will have to fly try-outs
>>23439434Just because we aren't afraid of crowds doesn't mean we want them near us. People are assholes, they should leave us alone.
>>23439449but we are letting people keep us from things we want to do and think are propper to do! As if we fear that something more terrible than them being there would happen.
>>23439441It seems like it would be smart for a captain to put together a JV squad of 1st and 2nd years for practice and drills. Maybe our girl is promising enough for that?
>>23439449Yes, but our distaste for them shouldn't keep us from doing what we want to do, or think we should do.We aren't afraid of them, we just hate them. And a we can tolerate something we hate if it gets us what we want; like working a job you hate because of the good benefits and high pay.
>>23439506We need to prove ourselves maneuvering on our broom in the forest first.
>>23439463Hey, the Antisocial trait specifically states it 'drives us to isolation.' It probably wouldn't keep her from playing seeker, but I imagine she'd be happier without the attention.
Here is Mr. Gleeson, the groundskeeper. He is tall, red-haired and doesn't shave enough.
>>23439778I love you so much.