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  1. Invite A Helping Hand

    Just one day after a rather exhausting conversation she'd had in her own home, Amber was practically forced to tackle another one - that time with her cousin, Ezekiel. The excuse had been, at first, for the two and Samantha to hang out; however, as they grew to need privacy, they ultimately dropped Samantha off at Keira's home so the pair could hang out (after some passive aggressive texts from the older women about never getting any visitors, of course). They retraced their steps to the park they had been in just half an hour before under semi-pleasant weather. Luckily they had no magpies to dodge on the way there. Silence had befallen them. It was awkward, and it was nagging at Amber's core. Even in her low points such as what she had been experiencing for a month silence bothered her quite a bit. She always lived for noises, spectacle and to have her attention ripped away from place to place. With that in mind, she cleared her throat after catching herself from lightly tripping on the gravel of the walkway within the park proper. "Shit." She grumbled before speaking up, disappointed at having lost her balance so easily. At least she didn't fall to the ground. "Well, let's not beat around the bush, eh, Ezekiel Bread? Just hit me with all ya got, already went through a round of 'the talk' yesterday anyway." She raised two fingers in each hand and curled them twice so to emphasize her displeasure for the notion.
  2. Watch Your Step

    Amber Cross
    The longer that excruciatingly annoying day went on, the more Amber became convinced that Harvey the Creepy Bastard was an escape artist. She had lost sight of the pygmy puff more than once (quite humiliating for a Seeker!) - how could such a small, slow little fur ball be so crafty? That final time, she had lost the little animal near the exit of Tallygarunga. After extensive search, she found the creature in the Murrigal Bushland - atop a tree, no less, perched on a branch with its little beady eyes trained on the Spencer. "Is this an April Fool's joke outta season or somethin'...?" Samantha owed her big time for 'looking after' Harvey, she thought. As usual, there wasn't even so much of a squeak or twitch from the creature as she confronted it from ground level; and thus, she was faced with the task of having to go up to bring it to safety. Agile as she was, climbing the tree was no issue, nor was balancing herself on the branch. The challenge was not to make her prey jump off and escape after such a tiresome search. "I promise I'll feed you your bugs if you stay put, okay?" She called out to Harvey in a low tone as she crouched on the branch, inching closer and closer to it over time. The creature didn't move still, looking at her in the same blank manner as it always did. However, just as Amber was about to grasp its fuzzy body, it finally made its play and deliberately jumped off of the branch. "No!" The Spencer instinctively dropped down as well, fearing for its safety and taking a hold of it in mid air; though, it wasn't meant to go well, as her concern for Harvey's well being made her neglect her own. She didn't have time to fall properly as she held the pygmy puff up during the fall, and ended up crashing down onto the ground, free arm caught between the grass and her own body. She could practically hear her humerus crack upon impact, which made her cry out with the pain. Her body jolted with the sudden agony, causing Harvey to jump off of her head and land on the beanie-covered head triumphantly. "God damn it!" The girl hissed through gritted teeth as she pressed her forehead to the ground in a vain attempt of making the pain lessen, gripping the limb on reflex and inadvertently making it worse.
  3. Somber Eyes to the Sky

    Amber Cross
    Back during the fourth year Amber had hoped 2019 would be eventful in the best of ways possible. She would be able to finally wrestle for a proper stipend legally, her boarding friends could start leaving Tallygarunga campus on their own, she could finally make the Interschool Quidditch team... Among a myriad of other things, all those fantastic things awaited her just around the corner. They all came to pass, one at a time, yet as the year went further and further onwards something intangible in her life seemed to backfire over and over and over again. Amber couldn't really point it out if she wanted unless she were to think hard on it, and she'd never been much of a thinker to begin with. She felt like she had been pushing at her own limits, whatever they may be, more and more as time went by. Responsibilities to others and her inability to say no to people started to make a dent in her already chaotic scheduling, making her permanently exhausted; not only that, but her mental state had deteriorated rapidly over the accumulation of various little things that nagged at her own insecurities. Perhaps it was a grave mistake that she didn't let them all out to anybody. After the macabre incident that afflicted the Franklin family, all hell broke loose inside her head. She didn't even know the woman whom perished just a day before Amber's birthday, but she was involved with that same woman's son, as well as being his friend. The event blindsided her in more ways than one, striking at her concern for the now mostly unavailable Travis while stabbing at her pride for being the daughter of halfbreed rights activists whom paid the ultimate price for their beliefs. She had once fully believed it was the right path to follow, but with a suspected werewolf out there willing to undo years upon years of work by these people, was it truly worth it? Were they truly in the right? It all slowed Amber's energy outside of 'work' to a crawl. What she had once craved, resting, was now the bane of her existence. Only when she was exercising could she take her mind off things at all and that was exactly what she had opted to do that afternoon. She had arrived early from her usual gym training regimen and so she decided to grab a bag purposefully charmed to carry her world class broomstick without suspicion, slinging it over her shoulder and jogging down the stairs. Despite the minimally active manner in which she moved, it was certainly a cry from how rambunctious the teen used to be not a month before. "I'm headin' out, you need something?" The Spencer spoke to her adoptive mother as she peeked her head into the living room, in quite the monotone manner. She was keenly aware that she had been looking strange, enough that Ezekiel demanded to have a private conversation with her sometime soon, and ever since she back injury she incurred at her own hands she had stopped trying to fool the woman - yet, she could only hope that Sibylla didn't notice it nonetheless.
  4. Kiru's Splotter 2.0

    Kirupachi
    Kiru's Splotter 2.0 Cheers! Yep, I do have too many characters, but hopefully this is a way of sorting through them more easily than before. Feel free to reply here and come up with your own stuff, I'm fairly open minded regarding plots. I do have a preference over you shooting a Discord DM at me though! See you in plotville. Table of Contents Tally Staff Spencer Flinders Bourke Sturt Bilby Narragyambie Melbourne Ministry VMU Visitors
  5. Hammin' Trouble

    Samantha Hammond
    Oh dear, oh dear, if only any of you had seen what I did... Those Hammonds are trouble, I tell you. If it weren't for young, brave Spencer Amber Cross saving the day, Merlin knows what a mess could have happened over in Calder Avenue. Alas, I seem to be getting ahead of myself! In an act completely out of the kindness of her heart, Miss Cross scaled a house so to retrieve a rugby ball to a few local Muggle kids whom had gotten it stuck on the roof. How precious of her! Though, after witnessing something that I surely assume wasn't for the eyes of the faint of the heart, she fell off the roof and landed on those two hoodlums, Ezekiel and Samantha Hammond. I really don't understand why everyone's so attached to them. They're very bad influences! So to pay for her apparent affront of using them as a cushion, they forced her to break into the house. Fortunately abandoned! I couldn't possibly imagine what could have happened if anybody had been in there... But I digress. The brave Spencer Seeker was actually the first one to step in - several steps at that - before those two followed her in. Surely they wanted to use her as an escape goat while they plundered the household, disgusting. Things took a turn for the worse when the siblings tried to set the house on fire! Not only scum, they're also pyromaniacs! Miss Cross managed to stop them and finally convince them to leave the house be... Our hero, fighting her own family off for the sake of keeping the house untouched. Someone should ensure she stops having so many bad influences in her life!
  6. Leap of Faith

    Samantha Hammond
    It seemed that luck struck twice within a week - Samantha and Amber had managed to make some time to hang out again on Thursday, two days before Amber's birthday. That afternoon coincided with Amber's rest day, of course, as well as Samantha's scheduled day off for the week. The pair had set about walking around town, with no set course in mind, just wanting to take in the feeling of freedom instead of forcing themselves to do something. Or so Amber insisted, at least, outright refusing tagging along with Samantha on a second fishing trip. The two eventually walked up a street with a few seemingly Muggle kids (from their assumptions) playing with a rugby ball. Eventually, one threw the ball far too high; it flew all the way to the roof of a nearby house. as it rolled downwards it got stuck in its gutters on the edge instead of falling, resulting in a collective whine and groan about their misfortune. "Hey! We can get that for 'em, right?" Amber nudged Samantha's elbow whom proceeded to survey the scene - the house had a rather tall foundation and she was unsure if she could make the climb without giving away the fact she wasn't exactly a human. "You could try, I guess..." It would make more sense for Amber to give it a shot - always the daredevil, people would believe it more if she retrieved the object. Nevertheless, as she ran up to the wall of the house to try to give herself some momentum and boost herself upwards, she always fell consistently short of the roof - it didn't help that the house was in a rough state, conditioning the quality of her ascent to begin with. "Damn it." Amber gave up after her third attempt, looking up at one end of the ball sticking out of the roof. Reaching down to grab a loose rock, the Spencer aimed and threw it at the offending ball; her plan backfired as the ball didn't dislodge itself, instead withdrawing further into the gutter from the impact. For a moment she shook her head in disappointment and considering breaking into the property as it was abandoned as far as she could tell, but then her eyes widened as she had an idea. A much, much better idea. "Hey Sammich, come with me." Before Samantha could protest, her wrist had been grasped by the cousin and she was being dragged around the house and to its back. Looking over the shoulder while she let Amber have her way, she frowned as she noticed the kids giving up and walking away from their playing space. Once around the back of the house, she was let go. "Boost me up!" "What?" She looked up at the roof, and at Amber. Was she insane? "What if someone sees?" "Do ya see somebody around here? C'mon, just a little boost." Samantha was a Veela - surely, her increased strength would make for an easier time making the climb. Begrudgingly, the Bourke obeyed her cousin's request - after looking around, of course, and spotting nobody in the surrounding back lawns. "Okay, okay..." Placing her hands in the appropriate position, Samantha waited for Amber to place her foot down on her palms. "On three." She said once the girl did. "One, two... Three!" With a rough push upwards, Samantha gave Amber a sizable amount of momentum - so much so the Spencer would've equated it to flying. "WHOA!" Came the yell as the girl hurtled through the air, so much so she managed to land on her feet atop the various broken shingles, crouching momentarily to keep her balance with the inclination. She ignored the shushing sound the Veela sent her way and gave her a thumbs up instead before deftly dashing to the other side of the roof, grabbing the lone rugby ball, and aiming it towards the general direction of the children walking away. "HEY, KIDS!" She yelled out at the same time Samantha was making her way around the house. "CATCH!" Just as she had spoken and the children had turned around, she threw the rugby ball at them with frightening accuracy. One of the kids caught it and they erupted in cheers and gratitude, soon returning to their game; Samantha then waited in front of the house for Amber to decide to get down, an event that never came. "What are you doing?" She inquired as the Spencer seemingly hesitated to come down. "I'm stayin' here a while! The view's great!" Samantha's eyes widened in exasperation - for all the times Amber's love for altitude could strike, that wasn't the best one. "Plus, wanna bet this is a haunted house? We should totally explore it!" "Amber, get down, please..." The Bourke was very close to kneeling and praying to all that was holy to send her help to deal with her cousin's... antics.
  7. Minor Favours

    Samantha Hammond
    Luck struck a certain dynamic duo as they came to realize both had a whole afternoon off during that wintery Thursday afternoon - it couldn't be more than 10 to 12 ºC from Samantha's calculations, but she wasn't about to let the day go to waste. She had been given a day off in exchange for working the next Sunday so to cover for someone, while Amber didn't have either Quidditch training or whatever it was she disappeared for at random times during the week. Hell bent on catching up on lost time, Samantha quickly strong-armed the Spencer into spending some time together as a way to collect a small favor she owed the Bourke. For as much as Amber enjoyed spending time with her cousin, she was quite miffed at what she got herself into. "Why this?" The Seeker protested as the two sat together by the short wooden pier stretching off onto the lake itself, legs dangling off of it as the two idly held onto a fishing rod each and waited for their bait to be taken. Samantha looked like she was having a blast, and Amber not so much so. "Why fishin'? What's the fun? You grab worms 'n you stick them in hooks and you sit in here for like forever! If I wanted to stay so still I'd stay home watchin' TV..." "It's soothing. Plus, you keep complaining that you need to rest. This isn't much of a strain, right?" Samantha paid no mind to her cousins antics, being all too used to them; in fact, she predicted more protests to come, and only needed barely a second to be proven right. "So is watchin' TV, Samsung. I'm dying here. At least cartoons keep me engaged... All those critters are freaking me out too." The girl was quite positive she'd seen more than a few bugs walking across the wooden pier - they were right by a grassy clearing, after all. For as much as she loved the area, bugs always ruined it for her. "You have a spider crawling up your shirt." Samantha lied, a small smirk tugging at the corner of her lips with the little prank as she glanced over at the Spencer. She watch her grow as pale as a Dhampir and promptly dropping her fishing rod in a panic (which Samantha was fortunate and quick enough to catch before it slipped into the water), haphazardly rubbing her hands across her shirt while kicking herself up to her feet. "AH! GET IT OFF, GET IT OFF!" Even if the Seeker hadn't actually seen the bug, the very notion was more than enough to send her into a frenzy; as she stepped away clumsily in a vain attempt of putting some distance between herself and this imaginary invader, the girl tripped backwards and wound up falling onto the water at the other side of the skinny pier. Samantha looked back at the splash, flinching involuntarily as the water hit her head on, but howling with laughter at her cousin's antics - some things never changed.
  8. Pomp and Circumstance

    Amber Cross
    It felt quite weird to be on campus during a break. Even weirder taking into account that she was wearing street clothes, and even weirder than that the fact that she was carrying her training bag over her shoulder, rather than her beautiful, patch ridden school backpack. The Spencer quickly made her way to the Bourke Common Area without any detours, having done that same path very regularly in the past; however, once there, she took to the boys' dormitories rather than the girls. She wasn't there to visit Samantha. Oh, no. She was there to visit Travis Franklin. It felt like she was walking into a lion's den, a chamber full of teasing remarks that would prove inescapable, knowing how she usually react to them. Though, given the predicament she found herself in, it was perhaps for the best that she did decide to engage in such a private matter during the break - the halls of Tallygarunga were mostly empty, and you could practically hear a pin drop from how deserted they were. Less rumors could spring out of it, and hopefully the matter would be behind her back soon enough. Eventually, she reached the door she was led to believe was Travis', having never been there before. Raising her free fist, she knocked on the door a few times. "Ya there, Trav-in-a-box? It's me." She called out into the room. She couldn't ignore the nerves she was feeling, but was fortunate enough to be used to them; she could focus first on retrieving that damn portrait without getting too anxious, keeping herself under control.
  9. No Pet Is Safe

    Amber Cross
    Why did everyone in Tallygarunga keep on losing their pets on the regular? Amber had never been a pet owner, and thus couldn't exactly sympathize with that plight. She had always figured people would have to take care of them as much as one would a child. Yet there she was, making a fool of herself in the library after volunteering to aid her cousin in the endeavor of finding her pink, fuzzy pygmy puff: Harvey. It had escaped (it was the second time it happened, as far as the Spencer was aware) and the ever so influential Bourke had wiggled her contacts to cover the whole school. For some logic defying reason, the Library had been the chosen place for Amber, of all people, to look. She hated the Library. She was fairly positive it was one of the first few times she had ever walked into it, let alone explore it; she didn't even know where to look. As time went by in her search, the wrestler adjusted her beanie prior to lowering her head to the ground, deciding to explore the small opening beneath the various shelves to see if the little bugger had scurried off under them. With a full prone body and an eyeball peeking at the small space, she snuck her wand into the gap and let light erupt from its tip, illuminating the awkward investigation. She couldn't see a thing, but it was hard to move her head to search the whole area when the space she could look through was so small. "Ugh... C'mon, ya furball..." The girl whispered, painfully aware she couldn't be loud in the Library as she nearly got kicked out of the place more than one time in the past several minutes. After a few moments of fruitless attempts, the girl had an idea. Extricating herself from the awkward position and sitting up, she retrieved a pen from her backpack and used her magic to transfigure it into a metal wire. She wrapped a portion of it around the wand itself, and had the rest jut out forwards, in the same direction the magical instrument was pointed. "Now, what do pygmy puffs eat...?" She muttered to herself, having no idea; but, taking inspiration from one of her friends, she decided on meat. It wasn't something she ate, but perhaps the universally loved food would be of help. She took a rubber from her backpack and enchanted it to have the scent of grilled bacon (one that made her mouth water, despite her recent bout of vegetarianism) and stuck the rubber to the free tip of the wire prior to going right back to the previous position, side of her face firmly pressed down on the floor as she scoured the bottom of the shelves for anything that may indicate Harvey was there.
  10. Amber Cross' Birthday

    Kirupachi
    It's Amber's birthday! Go pinch her cheeks.
  11. Creepy Little Bastard

    Amber Cross
    There was a special place in hell for those who demanded a certain Spencer to be in the Tallygarunga campus during a lovely (yet somewhat cold) Saturday afternoon - even if that person happened to be the cinnamon roll that was Amber's cousin, Samantha. The Bourke had picked up a double shift in the bakery she worked at, and given the lack of a present roommate, she had to ask someone to take care of little Harvey; Amber couldn't possibly understand why Samantha had chosen her, of all people, yet there she was, sitting on a bench with the creature's creepy black bead-like eyes staring up at her. Its sheer amount of fur protected it nicely from the cold as it seemed mostly unaffected. Nearby was a tupperware container with a small pincer-like tool laying atop its closed lid. Why did it have to be bugs? "Hey, weirdo. Can't ya eat something better, like meat? 'N that's me sayin' it." The wrestler spoke to the creature, as if expecting some sort of reply. Instead, her words were met with deafening silence, stare unbroken. One could hear a pin drop with the pygmy puff's lack of reaction. Amber wasn't quite sure why, but over time the fur ball's presence went from overwhelmingly cute to nightmarish. She could swear she could feel the cold, impenetrable gaze stare at her at various points throughout her day, and even when she went to sleep. Almost as if the foul beast had implanted its consciousness in her mind. "No? Nothing?" The Spencer outstretched a finger to gently prod the creature. Its body swayed accordingly but there wasn't so much as a blink. A few moments of silence passed, and there was finally movement - Harvey very slowly walked onto her hand, crossed it and proceeded to make its way up her arm at an incredibly slow rate, comparable to baby steps. She watched it incredulously, eyes squinting as her limb became a path for the animal. "...You're a creepy little bastard, aren't ya...?" Throughout its ascent, eye contact was never broken still. It sent a shiver down her spine as those small eyes watched her. Analyzed her. Judged her.
  12. Up in the Tree

    Amber Cross
    Another day, another excruciating training session - but at least Amber's back was (mostly) intact, and she could walk home by her own two feet without any injury making her pass out in that same park again. It had been a particularly exhausting three hours, even for someone with her conditioning, making it so Amber really wasn't in the mood to even look to be somewhere in the cheerful spectrum that late afternoon. It wasn't that she was unhappy. Oh no, not at all; rather, her muscles were screaming so much that she was afraid she'd pull something if she tried to smile minimally. It was certainly a strange sight to behold. No smile, no hat (how blasphemous), soaked up hair clinging to the back of her T-shirt from the quick shower she had taken prior to coming back to Narragyambie, and no energy to show. She had her sports bag slung over her shoulder and earbuds shoved into her ears, music blaring out and blocking everything else. On occasion she'd hum or sing along in a low tune as she walked down the mostly empty Footy Park, though that came to a halt, and so did she, when she spotted what looked like a terrified kitten up a rather tall tree, looking down at the ground. "...Really? Now?" She muttered. She could easily climb the tree and retrieve it, but her limbs really didn't want her to; she couldn't help but curse the fact she was only 15 years old as well, as a quick use of her wand would make things that much easier. But no. Instead, she locked eyes with the scared creature, and sighed to herself, wanting to postpone climbing the tree for as long as possible. "...Where's Sam the Disney Princess when you need her...?"
  13. Invite The Panic Storm

    Amber Cross
    It was nothing short of a miracle. Amber had made it across Footy Park after a few hour long detour (thanks to her need to nap and the familiar stranger). It only took what it felt like an eternity as the agony irradiating along her spine and dorsal muscles made it very difficult to stand up, or sit down, or lie down, or anything for that matter; let alone actually walk all the way home. The sun was setting in the distance, indicating it was way past dinner time. Oh boy. That wasn't good. Her feet slowly, painfully dragged themselves along the pavement as she walked to the front porch of the Townsend household, more akin to baby steps than anything else. Climbing the little set of stairs in front of the entryway was oddly easier to accomplish when compared to having walked all the way from the gym by her own foot - at least she had the side railing to lean on for support. Sweat dripping from her forehead and down her face, the Spencer finally made it home. Now, to be stealthy. If she was caught, she'd have to explain the whole thing; and if she did, she was dead. She and her wonderful niece/co-conspirator. The only thing that was left to do was to sneak in, collapse, hope she wasn't found, and sleep it off. It couldn't be that serious, right? She was known for her endurance, for crying out loud! It was probably just some sort of temporary trauma soreness, to an extreme degree. If push came to shove she could always duck into Tallygarunga's nurse's office the following day and ask for some potion to numb the pain or something. Painstakingly reaching for her set of keys from within her pants' right pocket --did her shoulders have to hurt so much too?!--, she retrieved them and slid them into the little slit in the lock from the outside as silently as she could, slowly turning the key until she opened the door. Baby step by baby step, she moved into the house. Pulling the deadbolt back so not to make any noise when closing the door, she released a mute sigh of relief with the success. She was quite talented at being loud; it was time to see if she could be quiet. Pain notwithstanding, she could barely breathe as she struggled through the path that led to her bedroom. 'Please don't hear me, please don't hear me, please don't hear me...' The girl clung to the walls for support. It didn't make the pain go away one bit, but it certainly made it easier to move around without wanting to scream out with the torturous agony.
  14. Invite Don't Upset the Rhythm

    Nox Ntonni
    When the phone went off with a Taungurong elder's crooning dialect growling, "Get your bathers on and get in the damn catchment.", Nox just knowingly rolled out of bed, zipped on a full knee racing suit and prepped their main gear: a waterproof housed smartphone and magical SLR camera, a handle tray to hold both devices, and spare film and lenses, which were all zipped up into magically extended swimsuit pockets—even though one of those "pockets" was just between the front zipper and extra layer of fabric stretching over the useful (yet excessive) cleavage the metamorph woke up with. After strapping on a shoulder harness for their wand and machete and after grabbing their ranger clothes, Nox soon found themselves submerged near the mouth of a torrid river emptying into the Narrie Lakes. It only took a moment of shapeshifting some gills and fins to feel the problem: Low oxygen. Something they should have expected with all their ranger managers complaining about algae and fish die-offs exarcerbated by poor water management and drought. But with a cut in funding and with how much potential magic could be in the area, there weren't any resources to spare for an environmental survey—unless all the resources you needed were two cameras, some second-nature shapeshifting, and a bit of magic. And so Nox found themselves swimming around most of the day and taking videos with their phone and pictures with their camera while making plenty of adjustments with magical infrared and color filters to get the right shot in all the murky waters. The day was pretty uneventful, until they began to focus on hunting down carp breeding grounds, where their shots started to get photobombed by a hungry, hardhead duck, snatching up fish eggs and baby carp. Nox could only assume the duck thought their fish-eye lens camera made them look like a giant duck blowing a bubble, or the waterfowl caught on to junior ranger making frequent stops where food was, (or both). Either way, the bird was messing up their shots and needed to find something else to do. So Nox swam to the shallow lake edge and stood up… only to find they stood up where the duck had swam, which was right on top of their head. And now there was a duck contently sitting in their updo. Perfect. The gilled swimmer's gaze was then drawn towards two people standing on the bank, doing who knows what, but maybe they could lend a hand. "'Ey!" Nox called out, with one hand holding the tray of cameras they had the other jab a finger towards their (live) feathery headpiece, "Either you two need a duck?"
  15. Cramp, Push and Take It Easy!

    Amber Cross
    Feet dragged along the dirt road in Footy Park as Amber struggled to make her way through the location, gym bag in hand, aiming to return to the Townsend household after a full afternoon of pro wrestling practice. Her back couldn't stand upright and pain was very visible in her expression - in fact, she looked like she could fall flat on her face at any given moment. Four hours prior to that moment, she had been in Melbourne, carefully helping other members of the crew in the laborious task of setting up the ring for the following day's show. Once it was mostly secure a new trainee asked the head honcho regarding how to take a powerbomb properly. Amber was asked to demonstrate as the larger man performed the move on her. The moment her back collided with the mat, all air was sucked from her lungs and she was hardly able to breathe for thirty minutes straight, being completely gassed out and suffering from intense back pain. And this is why you should always warm up first, kids. On top of that, she had to suck it up and finish the ring assembly work, and endure three hours of training and bumping on top of it. She managed to put on a strong face, knowing she would be teased mercilessly (and perhaps even punished) if she let the absurd strain show, but the moment she was left by herself near the gym in Narrie that she usually works out in, she felt like her very soul had been sucked out by an invisible Dementor. 'Can't... go... more...' Her motivation was completely shot. She spotted a park bench and collapsed onto it once reaching it, lying down on her stomach. The bag fell clumsily down to the ground, barely hooked to her fingers by the holding strap. She closed her eyes to rest for just one moment. Out like a light. A little drool fell from the corner of her mouth and onto the wooden bench as the sound of light snores could be heard in her vicinity. Time passed, and she was in danger of missing curfew the longer the nap went...
  16. Toy Boy

    Amber Cross
    The summer was less than one week away but the heat had been making itself known for a while, in between bursts of rain and storms. That day was one of those blistering hot days when even dung beetles thought it was too much for them and sought shelter. Amber Cross, however, wasn't half as bright as those little critters. She headed out without even bothering to put sunscreen on. It was was her official rest day - as such, she had no sports activities scheduled, not even her regular upkeep. However, just because it was a rest day, it didn't mean that Amber knew how to stop. In her brilliance (or lack of self preservation) she decided that, despite her aching muscles, it was time for a good cardio workout - swimming. She decided to make her way to Korrowi Creek. She knew a place that was deep enough to dive into without much trouble, and since it had been raining lately it was probably at a high water level for a change. For once in her life, her complete disregard for common sense paid off. The water looked inviting and the area was deserted in general. Setting her bag down under a tree right by the shore of the creek, the girl proceeded to remove her bracelets and her cap, along with everything else until she was down to her swimwear. After a last glance at the water she smirked confidently to herself, having yet another reckless idea. She could be seen nimbly climbing up the same tree's trunk - it was a rather thick specimen, with strong branches stretching out just above the creek itself. With trained balance she perched herself over one such branch, and after a moment she carefully made her way to the end of it - at least, to the furthest part that could still hold her weight. At that point she stood up, looking at the water below. "Here goes nothing. Woohoo!" The daredevil jumped off of her high ground, tucked her legs and cannonballed herself into the water, causing a loud, wide splash on impact. 'Hell yeah, cool water!'
  17. Any Means Necessary

    Amber Cross
    Amber forgot her cousin was a New Year baby. Amber forgot about something so crucial to one of the most important people in her life. Ultimately, Amber forgot about how to be a productive member of society, and most importantly her family, by being an absolutely disgusting human being and forgetting the birthday of a cinnamon roll. And this machine was her penance. The Spencer had spent the better part of the last half hour obsessing over a crane game in a little arcade in town that took full advantage of Narragyambie being a campus town. She couldn't forgive herself over getting Samantha a Christmas gift, but nothing for her birthday. Given that they lived out in the sticks it was too late to actually go and order something due to how long it'd actually take anything to arrive; so, instead, she had to get something locally. Something she dreaded. After wracking her brain when trying to figure out what else to get to the girl that would like a T-shirt straight out of the trash if you gave it to her, Amber ultimately decided on a plush for the sheer irony of it - the whole festivity had been a giant joke over a girly plush given to Amber, and she felt like she had to repay the 'favor' (but make it a good one). She ultimately found a nice little Rowlet plush stuck inside a crane game machine, and given that the little Pokémon reminded her of the happy-go-lucky Bourke she decided to just go for it. What she didn't plan on, however, was to run out of quarters so quickly. Attempt after attempt after attempt, she failed every time. She could swear the thing was rigged, but it was no time to complain - she was down to her last quarter. The game was on. "...I'm not gonna have anything to give to her, am I...?" She muttered to herself, all too hesitant to put the coin in the machine to start it up again. She sucked at these things...
  18. Orphaned Land

    Amber Cross
    Another day off of training. At least Amber had made a full recovery and was throwing herself off of high places again, and embodying what a bumping technician should be (as put by one of her idols, Mayu Iwatani). But much to her chagrin, as the break ended, everybody was moving on with their lives. Mairead and Alyona were busy with their school things, Meadow was obsessing over the distant SPIDER exams, Samantha apparently got a job (and, of course, she forgot about Travis again)... It wasn't like she could ask Gem or Keira to hang out in the middle of a work day either. She had to find someone who would put up with her that cloudy afternoon. It's not like her parents would have a choice, right? They were dead and buried, they'd just have to deal with it. Amber sat by the headstone of her parents' graves, whom were put to rest side by side. It read 'Fisher and Elisa Cross - Always stood for what was right'. A few nice little words for two people whom perished defending rights that weren't their own without being too obvious and confusing Muggles about it. The Spencer crossed her legs, not seeming too sad about the little encounter. "Heya. Been a while. My bad." She spoke with a little more pep in her voice than someone in a graveyard would normally have. "Sorry, been kinda busy with a dead back. I'd cut it off, but, y'know, I don't think I could flip without a spine." She couldn't help but chuckle at her own little joke, but a prolonged silence followed. She could tell them about all the things she had gone through lately, as usual - meeting that weirdo pretentious chick in Tally, destroying her back with a bad bump, Keira and Evelyn double teaming to make her Christmas celebration absolutely miserable, the adventure in the lakes, bringing cats to class... There were so many things she could bring up, but one stood out the most. "...Am I too childish?" Her tone lowered ever so slightly as she spoke, almost as if she was ashamed of admitting it. She wanted an answer she knew she wasn't getting, for better or worse - she knew that to be the case, but she didn't exactly want to have it confirmed. Instead, she wanted to be reassured it was a normal thing. With everybody moving on with their lives and her being stuck to pop culture and pro wrestling like nail to flesh, there was no other logical conclusion - she needed to move on as well somehow. But it felt wrong. It didn't feel like she'd be becoming someone that she wanted to be. "Pretty funny of me to ask this of people who are gone for their beliefs, eh? I bet you don't regret it one bit." Even so. She was tired of being treated like a child. How could she possibly become a grown up in other people's eyes? Would she ever? She let the topic simmer in her brain, gaze cast to her crossed legs.
  19. Buy Somethin' Will Ya?

    Amber Cross
    New Year's Eve. January was coming, and with it, the isolation from most of her family. Amber wasn't at all looking forward for the Hammonds to go back to Melbourne - even if could visit whenever - because it was extremely inconvenient to her not to be able to drag people along whenever she saw fit to do so; she needed something to do for the coming month. One could argue she could just play guitar all day, but could her fingers really withstand such a workout? And it was not like she could do an actual workout, her back was still messed up from the bad bump she took earlier in the month and she didn't exactly want her guardian to scream bloody murder at her for making it worse. She'd give her fingers a different type of workout - video games. The heat seemed to be soaring again, albeit slowly, but she didn't particularly care - she went out smack dab in the middle of the afternoon, no sunscreen, cap turned towards the back of her head rather than shielding her face from the incoming UV rays. The reckless girl carelessly made her way through Tallygarunga Road until she came across her destination of choice, the only games shop she knew about in the area. As she entered she waved at the Muggle attendant whom she was a bit too familiar with (a painful reminder of just how often she visited that place), and soon the Spencer disappeared into one of the few aisles inside of the small shop, out of view from the Muggle - but not from security cameras, of course. She wound up in front of the Nintendo Switch stand. She had already bought the console, so what drew her attention was the game being advertised in the bottom row, directly below the consoles - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. She had never gotten around to purchasing it due to a mixture of exams, accidents and celebrations. It was time to correct that mistake! She knelt down and grabbed a copy, flipping the case to confirm it was a full price title. After a mental 'yikes' at the tag and deciding to take the new game home with her anyway, she froze. She couldn't get up. Try as she might, it was too painful to get up on her own. It was as if her muscles knew the exact moment to lock up in place to strike and humiliate her as much as possible. Of course, she refused to go down with just that - pride overflowing, the girl clumsily gripped one of the upper shelves (which were, fortunately, tightly bolted to the wall) and tried to pull herself up from her precarious position. "...C'mon... God damn it...!" She grit to her teeth as her arms shook under the force applied to the sturdy shelf, doing her best to no avail. Oh, how she wished Samantha was there...
  20. Slipstream

    Samantha Hammond
    "Yo, Samsung!" Came the boisterous greeting, forcing Samantha to look up from her copy of 'The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self-Protection' to see who was the invader of her personal space. She recognized her cousin instantly as the Spencer plopped down on the grass before her, crossing her legs and looking quite bored. "You're running out of creativity? I've heard that one before, not even from you." Samantha couldn't help but tease the girl, watching as her nose scrunched up in frustration. A few seconds passed before a look of brilliant realization was transparent in her face, excitement quickly defeating frustration. "Oh, I know! Samsonite!" Amber exclaimed, pumping her fist in victory. It prompted Sam to giggle, covering her mouth for a short period before nodding in acknowledgement. "Okay, okay, you win. To what do I owe your company?" The Bourke lightly bent the corner of the page she was on before closing the school book. Amber glanced at it, scooting over just enough so she could better read the upside down title of the cover. "Whatcha readin'?" She asked. "Defense Against the Dark Arts? You're studying when there's such fantastic weather outside? When it's a weekend?!" Amber almost looked offended. Indeed, the sun was shining, and it was hot enough for the school-mandated uniforms to start getting slightly uncomfortable. It wasn't the weekend just yet, but a Friday afternoon still counted as such, right? Plus, Samantha just plain studied too much - grades notwithstanding, of course. "You're probably the last person I'd ask to evaluate my studying habits." The half-Veela replied as she placed her book back in her backpack before letting the bag rest on its own under the tree her back was pressing to. "No offense, of course." "Fair enough."
  21. Kiru's Thread Tracker

    Kirupachi
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Boggarts Tallygarunga - Eureka Underground Hallway - Wandless Magic - Wandless Wonders Intermediate Term 3 Tallygarunga - Eureka Underground Hallway - Elemental Magic - Beyond the Elemental Basics Tallygarunga - Kookynie Halls - Library - Lazy and Curious Creatures (ONGOING) Narragyambie - Calder Avenue - Narrie Lakes - Minor Favours Narragyambie - Calder Avenue - Leap of Faith Narragyambie - Murrigal Bushland - Korrowi Creek - Fear of living Narragyambie - Calder Avenue - Astley Walk - Somber Eyes to the Sky (ONGOING) Melbourne - Central Business District - A Helping Hand Diana Sharpe Tallygarunga - Tarnagulla Centre - Hospital Wing - Homeward Bound Melbourne - Melbourne Suburbs - Chaos Engine All Other Places... - Journey to the Past - Stolen Melbourne - Melbourne Suburbs - New Discoveries All Other Places... - Journey to the Past - Down Memory Lane (ONGOING) Melbourne - Central Business District - Some Sins Do Bear Their Privilege On Earth (ONGOING) Melbourne - Central Business District - 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Wandless Wonders Intermediate Term 3 Tallygarunga - Eureka Underground Hallway - Elemental Magic - Beyond the Elemental Basics Tallygarunga - Kookynie Halls - Flinders Common Room - Today Is Not A Good Day To Die (ONGOING) Narragyambie - Murrigal Bushland - Korrowi Creek - Possession Tallygarunga - Eureka Underground Hallway - School visits Tallygarunga - Southern Cross Tower - Because It's a Fantastic View, For Free (ONGOING) Ashley Estrada Narragyambie - Tallygarunga Road - The Drunken Roo - Killing Time Narragyambie - Calder Avenue - A new reality Narragyambie - Tallygarunga Road - The Drunken Roo - Highly Suspect (ONGOING) Brooke Outerbridge Tallygarunga - The Grounds - Feel The Glow Tallygarunga - Southern Cross Tower - Games Room - Stack Overflow (ONGOING) Tallygarunga - Eureka Underground Hallway - Spencer Common Area - With Dignity and Grace (ONGOING) Narragyambie - Calder Avenue - Fantavision (ONGOING) Renee Hawthorn Tallygarunga - Whitlam Bilby Wing - Playground - The Bad Old Days (ONGOING) Narragyambie - Calder Avenue - Tuning In (ONGOING) Theodore Fairgood All Other Places... - Journey to the Past - Down Memory Lane (ONGOING) Gwendoline Auclair Narragyambie - Lausler Park - McEwen Lane - Flickering Lights Narragyambie - Tallygarunga Road - Mrs Kempsey's Corner Store - A Cup of Co- Milkshake Narragyambie - Lausler Park - McEwen Lane - Soul Overture Tallygarunga - Southern Cross Tower - Astronomy Tower - Astronomy Term 4 - Just Above Our Heads (ONGOING) Willow Kennedy Narragyambie - Tallygarunga Road - The Drunken Roo - How It Feels To Be Alive (ONGOING) Caroline Tanenbaum N/A Luke Carver Tallygarunga - Southern Cross Tower - Astronomy Tower - Astronomy Term 4 - Just Above Our Heads (ONGOING) Paige Breyman Narragyambie - Calder Avenue - Run the Day (ONGOING) Kaoru Knight N/A Forrest Blackwood N/A Taylor Woods Tallygarunga - Southern Cross Tower - Astronomy Tower - Astronomy Term 4 - Just Above Our Heads (ONGOING) Jordan Franklin N/A Moriah Wyrick N/A Ansley Mayfield N/A
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