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Tableau des révolutions du système politique de l'Europe: depuis la fin du ...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2013

    Rae's bio

    NAME:Raeharai Tae Li <p>AGE:17 <p>NICKNAMES:Rae Raini Hari Hara Tae Taeli or just Li <p>GENDER:e_e....you need some help...like..seriously...O_o <p>HEIGHT:6'4" <p>APPEARANCE:camo tank top and black skinny jeans and my favorite combat boots. Long thick black hair normaly pulled into a ponytail and caramel colored skin and icy green/blue eyes. <p>OTHER STUFF: My mom was Jamaican and my father Irish-Chinese American. My little sister along with my parents died. <p>CRUSH: Not telling because he wouldnt like me back. <p>PERSONALITY: quiet and strange. Sometimes happy. <p>WEAPONS AND SPEACIALTIES:AK-47 machete a very large silver sword. Is a black belt in marshal arts.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2013

    Elizabeth Dureless

    Name: Her full name is actually Elizabeth Angelina Rachel Dureless. Given these names based off long-dead relatives, she is proud of her full name, but never really tells it to a single soul. <br>
    Age: Sixteen-years-old. She looks about fourteen, though, due to her childish features. <br>
    Looks: Elizabeth is a beauty... which she basically tries to hide behind a cold attitude. Anyway. Her hair is a brilliant golden, not a single streak of darker blonde or brown ruining it, and is slightly wavy. She usually keeps it in a side-braid. Eyes a striking shade of pure blue; wide and typically full of some strong emotion, often entertainment or annoyance. She has aristocratic features, though her cheeks are full and rosy. Peachy lips that are always in a smirk, heavily-lashed eyes, and a scar running down the left side of her face. She is a tall, thin girl with a proud posture. <br>
    Clothing: Before the end happened, she would often be seen in expensive silk dresses. Now, she wears torn-up black jeans that fit her rather well, a crimson tank-top, and dusty combat boots that belonged to a homeless man. <br>
    Weapons: She was trained in the art of fencing by her long-dead older brother, so she prefers to use any type of sword. A belt of throwing knives is lazily tossed over her shoulder, a katana is pinned to her back, and she keeps a bowie knife strapped to her right thigh. <br>
    History: All that is known about Elizabeth is that she hails from a rich family. She is not willing to share anything else.

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