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El último suspiro del moro (The Moor's Last Sigh)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2014

    Great

    Name~Rose Silver Snow <p> Age~14 and a half <p> Gender~ &female (female) <p> Hair Colour and Style~A aburn ish color normally in a braid slung across her shoulder <p> Eye Colour~A blazing green <p> Skin Colour~A mix of pale and normal so inbetween those two <p> Attire~A pair of black leggings, a riyal blue skirt, and a royal blue T-Shirt with black around edges <p> Could Do~Could be paired with Ivory for the mission because she is one of the spies that ever joined

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2014

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    I love it! If you could make it a little longer, that'd be aweshome! <br>
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    Jay Kobein [Koh-bine] <br>
    12 years old, petite. Light brown hair with a darker underlayer, a side bang on the right, blue-greenish eyes underneath a thin layer of eyelashes. Curved dark brown eyebrows, neutral skin. 5'1/2", 85-90 lbs. Very fast runner. Father is half German, half Slovak, mother is British with a little Romanian. Jay has a British accent, since she grew up in Cambridge. <>

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2014

    Nothing Can Save You Now - Chapter One

    (Okay. For all who want to know, lvory is sixteeen, with dark hair with rose-gold highlights, blue eyes, caramel skin. She's about five foot two and one hundred ten pounds.) <p>
    So begins my crazy adventure. But my meeting with Winter ended soon. Even though l'm a spy, l still can't escape school. <p>
    My alarm clock went off at six, but the only thing l could think was lvy. Pulling on skinny jeans and a t-shirt, l stumbled downstairs. l poured some cereal into a bowl, but thoughts ran around my mind like a cheetah on an energy drink. "Where is she now? How is she stronger than before? If she's even stronger, how will we defeat her? HOW IN THE WORLD AM I GOING TO FOCUS!!!???" I pushed the thoughts out of my mind and headed off for school. <p>
    My school is probably a lot like yours - droning teachers, bullies armed with spitballs, teachers pets, and popular girls that make you feel bad about everything. So l was overjoyed when l finally got home. <p>
    Back in the spy facility, l slid back into Winter's office. "I'll take the mission." <p>
    "Great. But you're going to need some backup." <p>
    (Note : I won't do the next chapter until l get atleast four character applications. I need two boys and two girls. Thanks! Portal &#10023)

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