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Jolting as the brunette girl stormed into the room, Anna almost hid behind the table by instinct. Loud noises were a no-no, and it seemed that two of the children around her specialized in making loud and sudden noises. But then the girl sat quietly and drew, the white haired child looking over shyly as she was addressed. Or someone was. She wasn't sure who. "I-I'm Anna... Its nice to meet you, Liliath... Um... I like your drawing..." she managed to mumble out, cocking her head to the side slightly at the 'betrayer' comment. "Betrayed you..? I'm sorry about that.."

Edd ran into the room a few minutes later and sat down in the middle of everyone looking at Liliath with a gentle smile. “Did I offend you? I’m sorry I won’t do it again, I’m sorry on what happened but you can take all the time you need...” he took a piece of paper and a pencil and continued to smile gently as he drew a cute picture of children with a few words. His drawings were way better then a small child’s doodles, but only because he practiced a lot. He smiles at the group and sighs. “How about after the posters we bake and then get our rooms situated? We still need to clean them properly and I need to take note of you guys so I have decent information.” He pauses for a minute and tapped the pencil lightly to his chin standing up with the posters. “You guys can play in the room, the toys are brand new, just don’t fight. I’ll be back soon.” And with that he left the room but not before giving off yet another gentle soft smile.

((There is no info in the profile thus far, since I kind of had to rush things a little, so don't go checking if ya want to know more untill I say they are done, however, any information will be given throught my writing))

Two children were being dragged, one carried, the other being pulled by their shirt, his loud kicking and screaming and small punches sadly notbeing enough to detter the adult currently holding the older twin, the girls loud cries and tiny punches hitting the males arm, while the boy was being dragged behind.

"Let her go!" A small voice cried, trying to reach to bite the males hand, his back length silver hair seeming wild, mangled and knoted, the female having two high pony tails of shoulder length matching silver hair, brushed and nicely done, though one of the pink bows was coming undone as she kicked with her legs, her bright light pink eyes brimming with tears as her silvery eyelashes had sprinkling of some of them.

The boy had glowing yellow-gold eyes, his eyebrows crunched down as he had a scowl on his pretty small face, as he tried stopping the man by digging his feet into the ground, it only doing half of it's intended purpose and making his feet burn and ache.

The man, whom was as nice as one could get, had heard that there was someone crazy enough to take in powered or unusual children, well to him there was nothing more unusual than these two, whom honestly just mostly caused trouble and made for nothing but tragedy. He felt bad for them, he really did, but he wasn't equiped with the necessary precautions or the training to help these orphans, whom didn't even know they were orphans yet.

He nocked on the door with his elbow, not saying a word to the children, one of which was very angry and the other very sad, both of which had thought he was nice, up untill he'd claimed their parents were dead.

The boy huffed, crossing his arms and looked up to the mansion that stood before them, seeming much bigger to his 10 and a half years than to the red haired 30 year old 6'7 man. The girl was also looking at it, reminding her of the castles in the stories her mum would say and how there was always a dragon and a princes to save, did this castle need a princes? She didn't want to be trapped here!

(Hopefully this is good enough to introduce my chars!)

Annaliese Beaucourt wrote:
Jolting as the brunette girl stormed into the room, Anna almost hid behind the table by instinct. Loud noises were a no-no, and it seemed that two of the children around her specialized in making loud and sudden noises. But then the girl sat quietly and drew, the white haired child looking over shyly as she was addressed. Or someone was. She wasn't sure who. "I-I'm Anna... Its nice to meet you, Liliath... Um... I like your drawing..." she managed to mumble out, cocking her head to the side slightly at the 'betrayer' comment. "Betrayed you..? I'm sorry about that.."

"I like that name, most people have stupid names. Thank you, that's my old house and that's my younger sister Bella. But I don't know where she is now, they seperated us after my parents died. Oh yes that old woman betrayed me, but she will regret it soon."

"it's alright I am not mad anymore." Liliath said making another drawing "Anna shall we play in your room?"

Edd heard the door knock from all the way down the longest hall to his new ‘office’. He spent a good 10 minutes cleaning and dusting it already and was proud of what he accomplished. He got up and straightened a few papers before walking out of the room, his footsteps can be heard from anywhere. When he got to the large door he had some trouble opening it due to the rusted hinges, but managed. “Hello?” He looked at the strange man with the children and tilted his head. The man was taller then him, much taller, but edd smiled softly still. “Can I help you?” He tried to come off as polite and sweet as possible to not scare the children.

The whispering had told Ziktia that this place was right, but for the first time she doubted it. Only a little bit, and only because this house seemed really loud, but it was more uncertainty than she'd had toward it ever before.

Or, well, the place had gotten loud recently. The white-furred fox-creature had actually been hiding in the manor's library for a few hours, laying on top of one of the tall shelves. Her special book was in the bag she rested her head on, and she had another one, a mystery novel, specifically, in her hands.

She rolled her eyes and lashed her tail. All the noise was toward the front so far. Maybe she'd be lucky and nobody would bother her before they'd all quieted down. Dealing with people was stressful and scary.

Jason suddenly stared at Anna, who somewhat striked a conversation with the newcomer. He just stared at her for a few seconds without saying anything. "What's wrong with big letters? It's easier to see." He huffed, crossing his arms. It seemed like he huffed a lot. "I don't think they're too big!" Thus, he continued on his poster with a grin. It seemed as if he was actually having fun. But, as mostly everyone would suspect, all of the letters didn't fit. He pouted. "What did I do wrong?"

Liliath wrote:
Annaliese Beaucourt wrote:
Jolting as the brunette girl stormed into the room, Anna almost hid behind the table by instinct. Loud noises were a no-no, and it seemed that two of the children around her specialized in making loud and sudden noises. But then the girl sat quietly and drew, the white haired child looking over shyly as she was addressed. Or someone was. She wasn't sure who. "I-I'm Anna... Its nice to meet you, Liliath... Um... I like your drawing..." she managed to mumble out, cocking her head to the side slightly at the 'betrayer' comment. "Betrayed you..? I'm sorry about that.."

"I like that name, most people have stupid names. Thank you, that's my old house and that's my younger sister Bella. But I don't know where she is now, they seperated us after my parents died. Oh yes that old woman betrayed me, but she will regret it soon."

"it's alright I am not mad anymore." Liliath said making another drawing "Anna shall we play in your room?"

Anna hummed in comprehension at the explanation. The drawing was nice, and she liked it. Lots of color, and it seemed like a pretty happy setting. "Regret it...? H-" she cut herself off from asking 'how'. She didn't want to know.

"You want to p-play in my room..?" she asked softly, taking a moment before nodding. "Sure," the white-haired girl decided quietly, standing up and nodding for Liliath to follow her.

When Jason heard they were about to go play, he suddenly panicked. "I-" Nothing came out of his mouth after that. He began to stare down at his ruined poster and frowned. He didn't want to be alone, but he obviously did not want to admit it. So, he sat through it. "It'd be weird if I played with girls, anyways.." he muttered to himself, rubbing his forehead.

Jason wrote:
When Jason heard they were about to go play, he suddenly panicked. "I-" Nothing came out of his mouth after that. He began to stare down at his ruined poster and frowned. He didn't want to be alone, but he obviously did not want to admit it. So, he sat through it. "It'd be weird if I played with girls, anyways.." he muttered to himself, rubbing his forehead.

Realizing that Jason had been talking to her at the same time that Liliath had been, her attention had only been focused on the newcomer, she turned around before they could even take a step towards the door. "J-Jason, would you.. um... would you like to p-play with us? I'm.. I'm not sure what toys are in my r-room, but I think that... we can find something?" she offered, looking just as blank-faced but a bit of hope sparked in her eyes. She obviously wanted to play with the both of them.

Annaliese Beaucourt wrote:
Realizing that Jason had been talking to her at the same time that Liliath had been, her attention had only been focused on the newcomer, she turned around before they could even take a step towards the door. "J-Jason, would you.. um... would you like to p-play with us? I'm.. I'm not sure what toys are in my r-room, but I think that... we can find something?" she offered, looking just as blank-faced but a bit of hope sparked in her eyes. She obviously wanted to play with the both of them.
Jason looked at her. "I-" He sighed, slowly nodding. "Yeah, sure, whatever-" He crossed his arms and stood up as he went to follow the two girls. "But I'm no girl, so I'm not gonna play dress-up or- or dolls!" He played with his tail and smiled slightly. He was happy to be going with the two of them. The boy just wasn't very good at expressing it. "Thank you.." he muttered.

Edd invented the strangers inside since it was freezing cold outside and it started to rain. They were currently sitting in the lobby since Edd needed to start recording the children and such. He came into the playroom to check on everyone and heard them discussing playing in someone else's room. He invited them in so quickly since he got worried about the other children. "You guys can play in her room, you can bring up the toy's too as long as you put them back, if you need anything or if anything bad happens please come get me immediately, I'll be in the lobby." He smiles sweetly before quickly leaving the room after he heard a small squeal from the lobby and sits down across from the tall man. "Sorry... I had to make sure they're ok..."
Edd then suddenly remembered the old man who sold him the manor mentioned to stay away from the giant library. He was afraid that there was some sort of creature in there... He let out a sigh since he would have to check it out later tonight when the children were asleep. He kept smiling gently tho, despite his head being filled with worry.

"O-Of course," the white-haired child said kindly, nodding to Jason. He seemed nice, even though his words were a bit crude and blunt for her taste. Though each of them were raised differently. Obviously they would have different habits.
Anna hesitated before taking Jason's hand and then gently took hold of Liliath's as well and started lightly pulling them along. "L-let's go," she urged them with the slightest hint of a smile.

"Woah-" Jason stared down at her hand. "Why are you holding my hand? That's weird." He made odd faces at her, but simply let her pull him along. He wasn't going to risk being alone. He then decided to change the subject. "I like it here! What do you think?" He sighed. "I never got to fix my sign, though..it's sad-" He kept jumping from one subject to the other.

Annaliese Beaucourt wrote:
"O-Of course," the white-haired child said kindly, nodding to Jason. He seemed nice, even though his words were a bit crude and blunt for her taste. Though each of them were raised differently. Obviously they would have different habits.
Anna hesitated before taking Jason's hand and then gently took hold of Liliath's as well and started lightly pulling them along. "L-let's go," she urged them with the slightest hint of a smile.

Liliath stood up "yes let's go!" Liliath followed after her "Why won't you play dress up, its fun you could play a prince or a dragon or anything boylike. You can even play a knight or a zombie!" Liliath giggeld "We can also play fairy's, I can make us fly with my powers!"

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