The Castle

The Castle

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Aw. I wanted to shoot someone. *holsters gun and sits back down.*
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Sorry.....i had to do something...i explained at our book...goes there
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Hey! Long time no talk lolz
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King Edward: <br> A tall boy, barely twenty, with striking dark features and brown hair. He usually wears green naval attire with various medals for bravery on it. His eyes are green. <p> Queen Gwen: <br> A beauiful girl about seventeen years old, with chestnut brown hair and radiant green eyes. She usually wears the finest pale pastel dresses with nothing on her head, or covering her face. She has countless freckles. <p> Captain Charles: <p> The snotty Captain of the Guard who takes pride in doing it, but not the people he does it for. He is a tall wiry man about thirty, with long black hair and brown eyes. He is never seen out of his bedroom in anything but armor polished to the finest shine. <p> Miss Patricia: <br> The well fed wife of Captain Charles. She is short and stout with orange hair and bright pink dresses that make all the freckles on her look absurd. She is never seen with her hair down. <p> Chase: <br> The bratty eight year old son of Captain Charles and Lady Patricia. He in a small, stringy boy with bowl shaped hair and beady green eyes. He likes to pull on Tuffy's ears and poke her with sticks. <p> Tuffy: <br> The queen's golden Cocker Spainial puppy. She is often found hiding in the celler from Chase, who she is terribly afraid off. <p> Pope Gregory: <br> The over-weight pope, that leads the castle in prayer every morning. He only wears the clothes of a monk. Of that which he is. <p> ((More in the next page!))