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  1. It's not what it seems

    Zane Nedvidek
    ”It is settled then. We must act soon. He’s far too capable of finding information that he wants. I am almost positive that he has people watching your family.” Zane furrowed his brow, frustrated at himself for allowing any of this to happen. ”You talk to Lillian, and I will do what I can on my end. Honestly, finding out about my daughter might be the thing that does it.” Zane said, and then he went pale. The dream state began to fade. ”He’s here. I must go.” Zane said, looking away a moment before returning his gaze to Lorelei. ”If it is any consolation to you, I am sorry. For everything that has happened. And also, thank you.” And with that statement, Zane woke up.
  2. It's not what it seems

    Zane Nedvidek
    "I'm not sure how this can be accomplished, but I will do my very best to ensure that he doesn't suspect anything. There have been moments where I haven't been completely under his power. I nearly escaped. He caught me. That's why he's placed the boundaries that he has around this place. So that I can not leave. I've been working on ways around it, but have yet to find any." Zane said, sighing. "I'd like to find out where we are." Zane nodded, and stood up off of the floor. "As of right now, there are no major plans. He has been working on finding a way to talk to Adele. That's all I really know. He wants to remind her that she is still his wife." Zane paused. "He said something about polyjuice potion. That's all I know of right now." Zane scratched his head in thought. "If I were able to break free from his spell, and regain control over my own thoughts an actions, and able to lead him to your family, then he would be unable to know how to react. I could place his body guards under an imperious curse of my own." Zane looked at Lorelei. "It's risky, but it is honestly the only plan I have that may even remotely work."
  3. It's not what it seems

    Zane Nedvidek
    "I just fear that he will escape again. He will figure something out. I don't know how he did it before. Everyone truly believed him to be dead multiple times." Zane shook his head, and sighed. Zane took a moment, reflecting upon everything that had occured. Visions flashed before them of the abuse. He wasn't paying attention to them, but when a vision of his mother came up, she lingered, her figure leaning down to him, a hand on his shoulder. "I miss her, you know. Despite everything she'd been through in her life, she was one of the most loving people you'd ever meet. I wish that I had been stronger. Whenever he made me kill her, she knew what was happening. She just looked at me, strong as can be, and just told me that she understood and loved me." He looked over at the figure of his mother, before she vanished, then looked back at Lorelei. "Everything must be planned right so that he may not escape." As she told him that he knew what it was he must fight to protect, it was as if though something had shot through him. A strength he had not felt in a long time. He hoped it would carry on into the physical world as well, this strength. He felt as though that this strength would allow him to fight back enough to where he could fool Thomas into believing he was still under his control. "As long as they are safe, that is what really matters. He will die, and I will make sure that he can not, and will not, harm you, Améa, Nika, or anyone else in your family ever again."
  4. It's not what it seems

    Zane Nedvidek
    Zane nodded at Lorelei. "I suppose that I'm just not very strong willed. It's hard to fight this curse." Then, as she spoke about Thomas Zane listened, and nodded some more. "Yes, he has to die." Zane said, frowning. "But, that's easier said than done. Many have tried, and many have failed. Miserably. I don't know what it is about him." Zane sighed. This was going to be a potentially losing battle. It would take a joint effort, and what good would that be able to do? He was stuck in the home, she was in his mind. Nobody would ever really understand this situation. As she talked to him about what this would encompass with Améa, Zane listened carefully. He had to know she would be safe, but as with everything in their family, this was confusing. But, Zane trusted that they would keep him safe. He frowned though whenever she mentioned that they were all unaware he was under the curse. Of course they were, and they would need to continue to be oblivious, as much as it pained him. "She can't know. You need her, and she needs her family. If she were to know, she would do something foolish, and it would in turn hurt her, get her killed, and cause pain to your family." It sucked, but that was life. He would have to figure this one out on his own, and hope that she would understand afterwards if he were to get everything in the open. When she told him that Thomas would not be able to pry into any of this, he breathed a sigh of relief. The last thing he needed was to give Thomas any more ammunition. When the scene returned with Améa and the triplets, he saw the closeness of her and the one next to her. Then when Lorelei spoke those words, it resonated with him. It hit him hard. Zane's legs gave way in his dreamlike state, and he fell down the wall to his butt, and brought his knees to his chest. The tears began pouring down his face. After a moment, he said, "She's...... my daughter?" Zane looked up at Lorelei. "I almost killed my own daughter?" He began to regain his composure, and the anger flashed across his face. "I'm going to kill Thomas, that son of a bitch."
  5. It's not what it seems

    Zane Nedvidek
    Zane listened carefully to what she had to say,and held his head down in shame. "If it had been up to me, that spell would not have been cast in the first place to harm any of you. I have no choice in the actions that I do. It is my fault, for even mentioning my relationship with Améa. I knew he'd find out. I wish I was stronger, but I'm not. However, you say that you will not allow her to remain a pawn of his...." He paused, and looked at Lorelei. "But, what can be done? What can we do? He's more powerful that he's ever lead people on that he is. He's...." Zane looked away, staring out into the distance. "Evil. Just pure evil. What can be done to stop him? What can I do?" As she explained that Améa would become a 'battery' Zane wondered a moment what that would entail. Their family was a curious one, and when she mentioned that it would be uncomfortable. "What.... does this mean for Améa? I mean to say, will it cause her harm?" Zane asked, although it was crazy to say that. He was causing her harm every day that he was with her. But, it was different. Her family wouldn't harm her in that way/ They'd keep her safe. Something he had never been able to do. He watched as the scene unfolded with the triplets, and cast a curious glace at the one that caused Améa to stop what she was doing. Motherhood would have definitely suited her. She was great with these children, that you could tell. He nodded at what she told him. He knew that she could not return while Thomas was in the picture. "I know she can not come back to me, and I do not wish for it. I have caused her enough -- Wait. What do you mean by what you just said? An innocent who had to be saved before?"[b/]
  6. It's not what it seems

    Zane Nedvidek
    Zane listened. Now that his dream had faded, his attention was completely focused upon the girl. She wanted to know how all of this came to be? How he'd become the monster everyone thought he was? Of course someone would want to hear his side of the story when it was only in his dream. However, whenever she told him who she was, he frowned. He looked down as her eyes met his in shame. She confirmed that she was not dead, and that was somewhat of a relief to him. He couldn't look at her though, knowing he had done this. He had sent her into this... limbo. If only he'd been stronger. He could have fought his uncle. His mind was weak, and this was his fault. "Before I begin, please allow me to take this time to apologize to you. I never intended on any of this. I'm so sorry that you became a victim in all of this." Zane stated, and he finally was able to bring his head up to look at her. "When I first met Améa, it was much unlike meeting anyone ever. She caught my attention quickly. Her beauty. She, well, she didn't want to even give me her name. Didn't feel as though I was worthy. She then requested that we, well, wrestle? I thought it was cute. Some sort of game, really. When I won, I won her. I didn't know the implications of everything that would occur after. If I did, I would have walked away on that very day. I would have 'set her free' so to speak. We grew closer, and I fell in love with her..." Zane paused, scratching his head a moment. "That's when it happened. I went home to mother, and told her about Améa. That was my mistake. My mother and I, well, we weren't the closest, but she loved me. I still loved her. Thomas heard about it. When he heard Améa's name, he asked me about her. I thought he was just showing interest in my life. How wrong was I though? When he finally got the name of her mother, that was when I was placed under the imperius curse. He got me to tell him about the loyalty thing that Améa had pledged to me. All of this was his way of getting back at Adele for faking her own death to get away from him. When he fled the country after they thought he'd died, I thought he'd leave me alone. He didn't. I nearly killed Améa. Wand magic, you know. I called for Adele. I knew she would be able to help, but when she threatened to take Améa from me, I made the mistake of threatening her with Thomas. He was not pleased. Nobody was supposed to know he had survived. I just wanted Améa to be safe. I thought I could fight it. I thought I could fight away Thomas and live a proper life with her. Améa returned, of course, out her loyalty to me. Whenever we left Narrie, I once again thought I could fight. Thomas, however, kept the abuse going. He made the mistake of making me threaten her family though, which set Améa on a path to regaining her strength." Zane wiped his eyes. "When my mother had found out about what he was doing, she tried to intervene. Stupid woman. She was a squib. He made me kill her." As Zane had spoken, images had flashed along the screen. His mind was creating the images of his story. That made it harder. "How is she doing?" He asked, looking at Lorelei.
  7. It's not what it seems

    Zane Nedvidek
    As Zane watched Améa and the children, he barely noticed that there was somebody else here until they spoke. He turned his head to face the young woman, surveying her for a moment, before turning his head back to the scene before them. Améa in his dream was playing with their cat, and the children were giggling as the cat would swat at a piece of string she was dangling in front of it's face. "It's beautiful, isn't it?" He asked the girl, reaching up to wipe the tear from his eye. This was what it could have been had it not been for Thomas. Everything Zane wanted in the back of his mind, pushed aside due to Thomas' will. Zane treasured the sleep because it was the only time he could be himself. Whenever the girl had told him that the imperius curse couldn't reach this part of his mind, he had already known. The fact that she had shielded it though made it that much better. Zane looked back over to the girl, surveying her once more. "I feel as though I know you." He said, and he turned his head back to Améa and the children. However, they were gone now, and he frowned. "They'll be back again eventually." Zane leaned up against the wall of his dream house, and crossed his arms. "Who are you, and why are you here?"
  8. It's not what it seems

    Zane Nedvidek
    The first month since the unwedding had been a rough one for Zane. He'd not been able to hear any news about the girl who had gone down from his spell. Zane wasn't sure if Lorelei was dead or not, and that bothered him down to his core. He would awake from a dead sleep to the sounds of the screams of Jezebel. The dreams weren't just the bad parts of it either. Thomas had been furious at Zane's failure, and his very obvious disobedience when he returned back to him after the party. Thomas believed that he had failed on purpose so that Améa would not be brought back to him. The first week Zane had been beaten down, strapped to a bed, and experienced the torture curse multiple times a day. It had taken affect on Zane's mind, and he was more jumpy than usual. His appearance had also changed. The once handsome features that Zane possessed were nearly gone. His hair was thinning, his face was sunken in, and there were dark bags under his eyes due to lack of sleep, and his skin had a yellowish tinge to it. As the time passed, and Thomas realized that they were safe where they were hidden away, Zane was transported to a different location. It was a storage building that had been converted into a studio apartment. Thomas had at least given him a shower, a kitchen, a bed, and a couch. However, there were no windows, and Zane could not leave. There were magical barriers to prevent him from leaving without Thomas' permission, along with the Imperious Curse that he was under. Still, he was at least pleased he did not have to endure the torture on a daily basis now. Thomas would stop in here and there, but he'd left him alone for a couple of days now. Perhaps he had gotten bored of it, or perhaps he was just making Zane feel as though he had a false sense of security. Whatever it was, though, Zane was relieved he hadn't seen his uncle, and had been given a break. Zane was asleep at the moment, and his mind began to wonder to Améa. It was one of the few thoughts that gave him happiness. He knew it wouldn't last. The screams would wake him up again, but for now, he could at least dream about Améa and children running around their yard.
  9. Event And A Very Merry Unwedding To You! [April 1st, 2018]

    The curse was working just as expected. Or, at least that's what Zane thought. What came next, he really should have expected. Of course. Améa's family reacted badly to wizard magic. If Zane had been in control of his own body, he would have never used magic, of course. His uncle though was a bit more sadistic. The bad part is, he probably knew about it too being married to Adele. Zane watched though, one by one, as everybody started going down, but this woman seemed to be taking in his magic. Harvesting it, perhaps? He wasn't sure. All he knew was once she was out of the way, he could do what it was he came here to do against his will. Zane began moving closer, slowly under the cloak. He couldn't be revealed, even for a moment, in case someone wasn't completely out yet. He began slipping by a young girl, and a man by her side, They had not yet succumbed to the spell. This girl seemed to be having a much harder time of it all, and what she had said softly, Zane being close enough to hear though, horrified him. Somehow, she knew it was him. She said his name. And then, she faded. Dear God. He'd killed her! The blood curling scream echoed out, and Zane began to panic. Everybody was waking up. This girl had done something. This. Was. Bad. Zane began crying, but he had to fight back the tears. He caught a glimpse of Améa, clutching three children. Even in this moment, it was beautiful. She had questioned what kind of mother she would be, and Zane could see it now. In his mind their children running around a yard, with her cat in her arms as she chased them around. Family dinner around the table. He shook his head. None of that would be possible. Ever. Not now. Especially if this girl was dead. She was family. Zane had killed someone in her family. There was never any going back. Zane disapparated. He couldn't go home even if he wanted. He was under strict orders to go straight back to Thomas. His home would be searched first for him anyways. He'd have to wait a bit, and then put some protective charms around it. That was if Thomas didn't kill him first. When he arrived at the hideout, he collapsed down to the floor in front of Thomas. "Where is Améa?" He asked, standing up from his seat. "Eat a di-" He could not finish what he was saying though, as Thomas had put his foot against Zane's throat, pushing him down to the ground. He held him down with his boot, and pointed his wand at Zane. "You failed me. Crucio."
  10. Event And A Very Merry Unwedding To You! [April 1st, 2018]

    It had been a couple of months since Améa had left. Zane had fallen into a deep depression. He knew she was better off far away from him. He couldn't protect her from the pain he would cause. He thought she may come back, and it would be enough to break this curse over him set by his uncle. She did not. He thought maybe if they were to start a family, it would fix everything. She wasn't coming back. Thomas was growing impatient, and Zane was feeling the wrath behind it. All of this because of Thomas' anger toward Adele. Zane had been living as a prisoner in his own home. He'd been unable to leave unless Thomas allowed it. Ever since Zane had confronted him, Thomas had redone the imperious curse that was placed upon him. Strengthening it. Thomas had also tortured Zane, just to reinforce everything. So, when Thomas had gotten word after overhearing while under polyjuice potion of this party, he knew that it was time to act. All of the family would be in one place It would be quick, and easy. Zane would be able to place a small, yet powerful sleeping spell over the party, go in, get Améa, and leave before anyone would know any different. Then, Thomas would be able to use Améa against her family. The day of the party, Thomas had instructed Zane to come to his hideout. "You'd better get this right, boy. If you screw this up, you will regret it." Thomas threatened from the hideout in South Australia. He'd given Zane an invisibility cloak, and specific instructions on how to perform the spell. Zane disapparated from the hideout under the cloak, and reappeared about two streets away from the party. Security would probably be tight, so he'd have to be careful, even under the cloak. He remained hidden, and pulled out his wand underneath of the cloak. Aiming it in the direction of the party, he began whispering the incantations. His eyes scanned the crowd, and he spotted her. Améa. She looked so beautiful, and a tear began welling up in his eyes. I'm so sorry.... he thought, knowing what awaited her, but not able to do a thing about it.
  11. Communication Améa Nedvidek (Feb 10th '18)

    My dearest Améa, You've been gone for a couple of months now, and the house is lonelier than ever. My heart is shattered. I miss you, and the little moments we had. I know I wasn't perfect, and I'm sorry for that. I wish I could make you understand, but I just can't I can't tell you what I so desperately wish to. It's killing me inside. I'm in a dark place without you. I know you need to do what you feel is best for you, and I can understand that. Just know, I never meant for any of this to happen. I love you. Stay safe. With love always, Zane
  12. Complete A Family Affair

    Zane Nedvidek
    Zane wasn't sure what was bringing him to have this meeting with his uncle, but all he knew was that it needed to be done. Thomas had been been asking Zane when Amea was coming home, and Amea had not been giving him any answers. Thomas had been growing restless. Zane had to speak to him. He'd seen the new articles. Thomas was known to be in Australia. So, Zane wrote Amea another letter, letting her know that he would be out of town if she decided to return home. He needed to talk to Thomas. It was urgent. Zane left Narrie, and traveled by apparition to various spots, to elude any potential followers, before finally coming to the run down home that Thomas was temporarily staying in. Zane knocked on the door three times, and waited. He could hear shuffling around inside. He imagined his uncle was checking to see who it was, and readying any defensive measures awaiting in case he was a Ministry employee. After a few more moments, the door opened, and Zane came face to face with Thomas Sollozzo. Thomas stepped aside, and ushered Zane quickly into the home.
  13. Communication Améa Nedvidek (Feb 10th '18)

    Amea, I hope this letter reaches you well. I'm not sure what to really say, other than I feel as though you aren't coming back to me. I noticed that you took the cat. I hope this doesn't mean what I think it does. I feel so conflicted right now. I wish I knew what was going on. I wish I knew when, or if, you were coming home. I've gotten the entire place spotless. I miss you. I also need to tell you that I will be going out town for a few days, if you do decide to come home and I'm not there. I will return soon, but there is something that I need to take care of. There's something that I need to talk to you about too, face to face, and I hope that time comes. With love, Zane.
  14. Complete The Other Life (Nov 24 2017)

    Zane Nedvidek
    Zane nodded. "Everything you say is fair." He said, and gave her a small smile. Zane thought in his mind he had won. Made her believe that he was caving in. He believed in his mind that he would be able to regain control. At least, he hoped. Zane went to their room, and waved his wand. Everything he owned was suddenly packed. He then made his way to the second bedroom, his study, and locked the door behind him. He then pulled out a piece of paper, and began scribbling a note. Thomas, I'm starting to lose control over Amea. I fear she will soon be regaining all of her strength. It may be about time to act. Be prepared. Don't act until I say anything. Make sure you stock up on polyjuice potion. -Zane Zane waved his wand, and the letter disappeared, It would find it's way shortly onto the desk of Thomas Sollozzo. He looked around, waved his wand, and his stuff was packed in this room. Within twenty minutes, everything Zane owned was packed, and ready to go. He found Amea, and put his hand on her shoulder softly. "I really do love you, my dearest Amea. You deserve better from me, and you will get it." He looked around the home. "You're decorating the new home. It needs your touch to feel like a home to you. Your family will not be harmed by me, I promise you. You have nothing to worry about from me. Let's just get us back on track, and do everything we set out to do with our lives. Together."
  15. Complete The Other Life (Nov 24 2017)

    Zane Nedvidek
    Zane was losing control, he could feel it. He couldn't believe that she was actually standing up to him. She wiped blood across his face. She was getting braver. Stronger. He could almost see it in her. This was not good for him whatsoever. Everything he'd worked all these years for. She had finally reached her breaking point where she could not take it anymore. He could see that. He'd have to be smarter about this. He couldn't use force. He couldn't use threats. The threats against her family just brought the anger and the drive from her. "You're absolutely correct. I am a coward. It was fear of losing you. You must see that. When you left before, I was broken. You can not understand how I felt there. I was lost without you." He just stood there, looking at her. "I was wrong to threaten your family. I said those things out of anger. I would never harm your family. I know they mean very much to you. I know this hasn't been easy for you. I am appreciative of you, my love, I really am. I do not show it well. I may not be worthy of you, you're right. Still, you choose to stay. I will do as you want, just please, forgive me for my threats. They were not meant." Zane gave her a pleading look. "Dinner won't fix things, you're right. But, what if we moved? What if we moved back to Narragyambie? You could be closer to your family, to see them more. I believe our love is strong enough not to be broken by others opinions. We could even start a family of our own, and your family can be there for us for support and guidance."