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  1. i'm well acquainted with the villains that live inside my head

    That was probably true. She looked at him and she wondered ow she might explain to him. ”Everything I think and feel is intense now.” She had gone through quite the change. She looked at him. ”It is like everything has been turned up to 200 and there is not a reprieve. I cannot quiet my mind like I used to.” She could hear the beating of the hearts in the area around them- the rats, the neighbors cat. She could hear her roommates heart at night. It was so loud sometimes she had no idea what the hell she was going to do. Even now. ”I can hear the sound of your blood as is flows through your carotid artery. It wants to pull me into a trance.” She admitted to him. Though she had eaten in the past few hours and she could stave that urge off. She nodded. ”Perhaps I would have been better off not surviving the attack, or perhaps this is just another thing that happens.” She had thought much about it but she was unable to come with a conclusion. She had at least not turned into a rabid version of herself. That would have been a rather terrible thing. ”I am not one who enjoys inflicting pain in general. Though I have found some catharsis in feeling it.” Especially now when she couldn’t truly feel much of anything else. Letting out a soft sigh she shrugged. ”And if I have. Would be willing to provide more?” That was the true question, wasn’t it? She could want more, but unless he also wanted more… then it really didn’t matter.
  2. i'm well acquainted with the villains that live inside my head

    Emotions were among the many things she felt more intensely. Jealousy was something that ran rampant when it wanted to. When another woman paid the man too much attention at the club. She could feel it flash like lightening through her. It was strange, she had no claim to him and yet she didn’t like when his attention would be diverted from her. she relished the way it felt when she could feel his eyes on her. She also knew the lows that she felt, were lower than she was used to as well. They were deep and wounding thoughts that ran through her mind. Things she had thought about It was something that made her prone to these impulsive actions. ”Sometimes my thoughts are intense to the point I am not sure how to quiet them.” She said in response to walking into the light. ”I feel driven to drown out the sounds that come with the constant idea of eternity with such deep and intense emotions.” It was not something he had verbalized before. Stella had been told the importance of not depending upon others but this man had kept her from a more permanent death. Looking at him she smiled. ”I have not seen myself as someone who is a beast, a creature perhaps, but I saw myself as something else when I was still a human.” She then looked at him and tilted her head. ”Would it be so wrong for me to enjoy and want more?” she asked him. She studied him. ”Or maybe you are worried about it?”
  3. i'm well acquainted with the villains that live inside my head

    No one had come forward, her sire had left her to die, and due to the nature of vampires she had not seen much in way of help for this new form she was taking. It was impossible to deal with. She felt alone, and lost and no one seemed to know how to help her with the transition except how they needed to hide her away. As though she was something shameful. It had felt that way honestly and she wondered how shameful she truly was. Right now, she was shameless. Sitting in his lap in the semi dark… she was not worried abut what he thought of her however. He had spent enough time in the dark to know what lurked there. ”I have no guidance, just what the ministry tells me and I do not feel they want me at my full potential.” She let out, what could be a soft purr as his hand came to her slim waist. She looked at him his eyes capturing her gaze. One of the many things she had noticed about the man was that when he looked at her, she couldn’t pull her gaze away. In the club it was distracting but she also liked when she could feel his eyes on her. Tracking her as she moved behind the bar, in the club. It made her smile now as he looked at her. The morning had been one she had been contemplating something else. She smiled at him. ”I would not dream of it.” She said honestly. ”I enjoy your presence too much”
  4. i'm well acquainted with the villains that live inside my head

    Nothing was too long in the matter of eternity. She had learned a few things in her death that she would never be able to understand in her life. That was the most prevalent one at the moment. She smiled at him. ”Maybe you can help me adjust?” She asked him. It seemed like he would be able to show her some things about the dark life that he had mastered and she waned to master as well. If she was to live in the darkness, she needed to learn the way. There was a little she knew but there would be more he could teach. That and she liked the time they had been spending time together. Even if it was in her phone. The idea of her being in his lap was something she didn’t mind. Letting out a small sigh. She moved on the couch to slide into his lap. ’Too much for you?” She asked. She was small she had not lost her small weight, though she was stronger, her weight had not changed. At least she hoped she had not. Her arm snaked around his shoulders. She had not been sure how she was supposed to ask int his case but she was pretty sure she enjoyed this so far. She liked his attention, she couldn’t deny it. ”The bat is very very happily reaping benefits. But I do not think you are losing here.” she shook her head.
  5. i'm well acquainted with the villains that live inside my head

    The man beside her. The one she had become so enamored with over these weeks and months. Eh had nearly won her over that first night, in the club, and then the second night as he held her by the water. His various visits to the club with his friend. ”Maybe that is the draw for both of us. We can see both the darkness and the person who hides behind it.” Though she supposed she was the only one hiding. ”Or maybe it is because you have accepted and embraced it and I still cannot seem to find it within me.” She studied him, his features were always so perfect. It was amazing. She let out a small laugh at the idea of it and she moved closer to him. ”Are you in my lap then?” She would quite like him to be though she thought it might be a bit heavy. ”Or would it be better if I was in your lap.” She questioned him. Unsure of why, she was so aggressive, maybe it was the vampire inside of her. the hunger she felt was strange but she didn’t want to use him for food. That she had at least taken care of that. She found a few ways to handle herself when the hunger got to be too much. It didn’t sound like Narrie was doing well. ’Is that why you come here, to avoid the cats… in favor of bats?” She made a joke about herself. ”That seems rathe macabre of you.” She said with a smile as she looked back at him from the ceiling.
  6. Invite Just One of Those Days

    Stella shrugged. She supposed it was cool. It had not seemed that way when she was living it. Never settling, never making close friends, it had been isolating and then she went to Tally and she had friends, and now, because of her nature, she was isolated once more. It seemed like a cruel joke but what could she could do aside from burn to death in the sun. ”Oh that is nice.” Children were another thing that Stella wouldn’t encounter, That thought upset her a bit, but what could she do? she wouldn’t dare change a child. She at least remembered from some education that child vampires could be very dangerous. She smiled. ”Well good I am glad you get some time to yourself” Everyone needed that. She shrugged ”Sure, I can’t say I have spent much time around them but I don’t dislike them.”
  7. i'm well acquainted with the villains that live inside my head

    Stella was not expecting it. She nodded, it was not like she felt anyone cared much for the bartender. She had not paid much attention to them until she had become one and she learned what it was like to have to deal with drunk people all evening. She herself drank a bit during her shift, the alcohol didn’t have the same effect on her and so she could afford to so. She let out a small laugh. ”If only they knew that the charm and beauty is only to lure them to their deaths.” She said with as mall sigh. She was a natural predator now, she was built to hunt and kill now. All the while luring her poor victims into her lair to slaughter them. Letting out a small sigh she looked at him. ”Is that what you are seeking? The darker side to me?” she asked looking at him. She was the dark side. At this point there was no light side left. She was an unnatural force of death. It was not something she had thought she would be. She did not always thin k she had a bright future and she was sure that her adult years would have been spent figuring out who she was, she now had to decide what she was. It was not really something she knew how to begin to figure out. Looking at him she shrugged. Did she want to be hunted, not at all. But that didn’t mean it wouldn’t happen. She had to be ready. She lept a low profile for the most part, until she had not wanted to have a huge fight in the club and someone noticed her strength… and her lack of shadow. She wondered how much of her was readable these days. Being undead had thrown off her natural abilities a bit. She was s till fine tuning them. Palm reading seemed to be the only thing that she could still do with little to no effort. She had looked at her palms a few times and she had noticed the lines had changed. She had heard of it, couples who had been together forever their love lines changed to mirror images of one another… but she had not seen it before now. ”So you travel all the way to Melbourne to party?” She questioned. It was not unheard of. She could remember the night life of Narrie being less than fun. ”Is Narrie not crowded with Aurors… does that make your business hard?”
  8. Invite Just One of Those Days

    There was not a lot that she shared here. She was not supposed to share anything anyway. Not with muggles- which was usually what she dealt with here, with a few notable exceptions. She looked at the young woman and smiled. It was one of those thing he had learned to be coy about. ”I grew up all over Australia. My parents moved quite a bit- we lived in an RV.” She had liked it honestly, they didn’t have too many material things and they were able to enjoy themselves. ”I didn’t go to uni so there was nothing to study really.” She shrugged her pale shoulders before she looked back at the young woman. ”usually I just sleep… since I’m up most of the night doing things.” She said with a smile as she looked at her. ”What about you? What do you usually do around this time?”
  9. i'm well acquainted with the villains that live inside my head

    His answer surprised her. Stella had not thought he considered outside the walls of the club, but he had not really answered the question, but he had at least given her some information. He was a hard read. She wondered if she read his palm if she would be able to see the information. Or if it would be hidden from her. She was out of practice and being a vampire had changed her perceptions and abilities. It was strange, that and some were simply easier to read than others. She thought about having her aura read… if there was anything left to read. She was not sure how much she had changed. His words made her look down for a moment red hair cascading over her shoulders. She had always been shy and meek, men, and boys didn’t realty look at her. Not the way he looked at her. It was something strange to see someone look at you. To wonder what it was that they saw in you. ”I am blindly loyal most of the time.” She said with a small shrug of her pale shoulders. It was the truth ia well as why she ended up with her heart broken so many times, and not by a boy but her family, her friends, the idea of life. She nodded. ”That is not surprising you are cagey.” she confirmed…. He was rather cagey with himself. His chuckle made her smile as she looked at him, studying his enigmatic face. ”I think you like the status that it seems to give you…” It always did seem to give someone status when they were secretive… they had a reason to be secretive. ”You do not strike me as that type…” She said honestly. There was too much in how he carried himself. ”I may not be able to read your aura but I can tell there is some importance to what you do and who you are.” she said honestly. Yakuza… She was familiar with that word. The violence that surrounded it. ”I think that being around either of us, is good for someone’s longevity.” She countered. ”I can handle myself.” She said, and honestly she could. ”What if I want to know where to find you?”
  10. Invite Just One of Those Days

    She nodded. There was plenty of cheap beer. However the club was not one that carried a great deal of it. They liked to at least look a little classy. ”Like microbrew?” she asked as she decided on one for the young woman. ”This one is pretty great, for cheap.” She tilted the glass as she pulled the lever keeping the foam head to a minimum. She was not a fan of it. She set the glass in front of her. ”Its smooth, easy to drink and not as bitter as most pale ales.” she said with a smile. She had gotten pretty well versed in the world of alcohol and she was able to make suggestions. That and she knew how to make most of the common drinks ordered It was a good thing. Especially for her. ”Oh that’s pretty fascinating… I don’t think I would have considered that when I was in school…” Which was pretty accurate. She had never really been interested, she loved animals, she had a small pet mouse when she was on the road with her parents. He was a good friend to her, slept in her pocket mot of the time. She smiled. ”Do you just work with the roos or do you have other things you like?” she questioned.
  11. i'm well acquainted with the villains that live inside my head

    Looking at him she shrugged. ”How much do you actually consider me at all?” she questioned. Though in reality it was not as though it hurt her to think when he was not at the club. She doubted that she had the presence to make anyone think of her outside of where they encountered her. It was human nature and she didn’t fault anyone for such things. It was not as though she thought about every single patron she saw at the club, just a few. Him for example. ”I didn’t ask for the second chance.” Which was the issue deep down. She didn’t like the way it felt… the lack of her heart beat, the way she sensed things now. As if everything was on 300 and not 10… She looked at him and shrugged. ”Perhaps that is what ha made me seek the danger? I now have a chance to do things others might want to do… like tempt the fates.” That was not her purpose tonight… she was simply lingering… waiting for something maybe? Or maybe she was hoping something would happen and her mind would change. It seemed that Jon had shown up. That alone was enough to derail her for the day anyway. ”People think he’s an ass. And he can be. I wouldn’t take that from him, but he does give a damn still. I don’t know, I guess I am pretty biased.” he didn’t know that he had taken a chance on her but she wouldn’t let anything happen to him or his club while she was around. As much as she could anyway. It was not the easiest task honestly. ”Enigma… is that a definition of yourself you have just given me?” She questioned. It seemed like a good word for him honestly. He was a bit of an enigma in many ways. She leaned into the couch as she looked at him. ”Everyone deserves to have some time for fun” which was the truth honestly. ”But I don’t know if some people have it in them.” She said with a small shrug She had known a few people who were like that. Though she didn’t know if Jon was one of them. ”It doesn’t take enjoyment to feel abandoned you know… sometimes when something that has been there is suddenly not… that can breed such feelings.” She suggested. ”I don’t know if I know enough about you to begin to know where to look for you when you are not at the club.”
  12. i'm well acquainted with the villains that live inside my head

    Stella shrugged. ”Maybe that is why I keep looking for danger.” She suggested. The fact someone was telling her to have concern for her life was new. It had always seemed as though people want to talk about making sure she did not endanger the life of others. ”I am not sure that it would be such a terrible thing to be dead, dead.” She said. Though she knew what the implications of her words may be. It had taken a while for her to feel as though she could share her feelings about anything to anyone. However, he had been in the club enough times, they held conversations beyond the typical small talk one might use with patrons… He was hard to read, that was all she knew. Her forehead netted and then relaxed as she turned to the door. Pulling the key from her jeans she opened the door to the back entrance, there was a stairway that led up to the apartment. No one was in it… Jack had gone home and the owner was in Norway… or something. He also didn’t usually sleep there, he had a posh place in the suburbs. He had a party there every quarter for the employees which was honestly a great time. leading him up the narrow stairs she led him into the place. The curtains were not as opaque as the ones in her place but they kept the light out save for a few slivers she could easily avoid. ”He keeps it for us to crash when we need it, if we drank too much or are too tired. He treats us like family. He’s a pretty okay guy to work for.” She said. Even if he did a little shady shit on the side. Letting out a small sigh she dropped her body into the couch. She had not been lying when she said she had been tired. ”Is that so?” She questioned him. ”Do not feel like you need to delegate things on account of me… I am hardly worth that trouble.” she said with a sly smile. She knew he needed to keep the man in line ”You sit in my club nightly because you need him to behave himself…” She then paused. ”It would not be the first time someone has abandoned me… and I have found in the past, that people who leave you do not want to be found.” Though she had only been teasing.
  13. Invite Just One of Those Days

    It had not been too busy of a night, but Stella preferred the busy honestly, the more she seemed to be occupied the faster things seemed to go. Though, tonight was not too bad, it gave her time to chat with the regulars. They always seemed to have something going on in their live and she enjoyed listening to them honestly. The lives they lived outside of the club had to be absolutely boring but they seemed to make do. Then again that had been the whole point to working in a muggle club, to avoid detection and the mass mob that would then chase her down and throw her into the sun. If she was going to die it would be by her own hand. Looking up she watched the redhead as she stumbled about the bar and she snickered a bit. Poor thing hadn’t had anything to drink, at least not here. The girl sat and Stella moved. Placing a napkin down in front of her she smiled. ”What can I get you?” She asked. ”Rough day?” She questioned. Pulling her long red hair to one shoulder she smiled at the patron. ”This is a good place to be…”
  14. i'm well acquainted with the villains that live inside my head

    In some ways, she did have a death wish, she was not herself and it was fairly clear that she was a hunted and not so well accepted creature. Not that it mattered too much. She was still impulsive and she worried the urge to do something she shouldn’t be doing would only grow stronger over the years. That she would never mature past 16. Looking up she was relatively surprised to see Kao, he had not come to club, neither had his charge. She had not thought she would see him. It was an interesting thing, their interactions after the beach having been confined to the club. She was confused by him more than she felt as though she understood him. That was not a huge feat though, it was fairly common for her to feel a smidge off. It could very well be the absence of a heartbeat. Looking at the man she casually shrugged. ”I l ike to live a little dangerously, adrenaline is a hell of a drug.” Though that was not the true reason. She didn’t want to get into that just now. Not with him. She did not want to appear weak in front of anyone. She kept her true thoughts and possible intentions to herself. ”It was a long night I suppose I am just moving slow and not too concerned about it.” She shrugged it off as though it was nothing more than a common mistake. However she retreated into the alley-, deeper into the shadows. It was safer and the truth was, she wouldn’t make it home in time. There was a small apartment above the club, it was there for them to use ion case they were too tired or too drunk. ”Shall I show you a little more behind the scenes?” she questioned. Though, for once she was unsure of how he might answer. ”I haven’t seen you or your friend around… I thought you had abandoned me.” Which would not be unheard of, nor would it have been different from any of the number of people who had abandoned her in the past, though now she used it as a cheeky accusation. Funny how time changed things.
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    The sun was starting to rise and Stella knew if she didn’t hurry she would be stuck… or worse. It was harder to find ways to want to stay here. To want to live like she was living. Maybe it would be better for all if she just stepped into the sun and burned up? Then there was no worry about her losing control. In truth it was very unlikely anyone would miss her if she did… she was a vampire, she was a bloodsucker, the scourge of the earth. She was nothing. She let out a deep sigh. That has always been her biggest fear, that she would amount to nothing. It had been something she thought about with her family, and then she had been given a new life in the magical world… only to have that taken from her. People didn’t like her kind, they didn’t hire her kind and it was becoming impossible to fight some of her deeper urges. She wanted to be able to have a moment in the actual sun. Not only see it from a far… or watch the rays as they moved across the floor in her home. Even there they were dangerous. She let out a deep sigh. The sky was starting to loose the inky blueness of the night and she watched the stars disappear from view, obscured by the sunlight. She thought so much was wrong with her and she had only seen the way people had reacted to her to know that she was right. She was the monster. Her problems all boiled down to her in the long run. Letting out a soft sigh she watched people as they moved about. The early morning movements were not unusual, but they were foreign to her. Especially now. There was a deep sadness inside of her as she his in the dark shadows of the alley way beside her club. At this point she would spend most of the day here, or in the club itself. She had done it before when she had stayed too late to clean up. That had been one hell of a night. Today had only been driven from loneliness. She wrapped her thin arms around herself. With the sun coming up, it wouldn’t be but a simple step out into it. Not into the main drag, more towards the back of the building would be better- less witnesses. If she had a heart, it would be pounding at the adrenaline of the situation. What the hell was Stella doing? What the hell could she possibly think she was doing? She leaned against the brick and took a deep breath as the shadows in the alley moved with the sun’s position. Well… fuck.