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    Quote Originally Posted by Tami View Post
    Finding her way to the dining area, Jinny looked around and was surprised at how few others were there. It seemed like some of the others had taken their time as well. Entering she looked over the food, then reached for a plate, but then pulled back. Looking over the room, she realized that Jamie wasn't here yet.

    Deciding that breakfast could wait, Jinny turned around and headed back to the second-floor bedrooms. She felt somewhat responsible for what happened and her conscience wouldn't rest until she was sure that Jamie was alright.

    OOC: Jinny is heading back to try and find the room Jamie is in.
    Making an educated guess, Jinny knocks on a closed door. "Jamie? Are you there?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yun Lao View Post
    OOC: If any of you want, free feel to continue the night in time warp, but I think this might make for a good advancing point.
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    It would take some time, but everything settled once more. Jamie and Boris would regain consciousness shortly after they were rid of the murderous influence that had once controlled them. For Jamie, the knowledge of what she had done would result in her stand being bound by her guilt and as an apology, she would use her healing abilities to restore Jinny's mouth as well as "fixing" both Jinny's and Boris' previous wounds. Boris, on the other hand, would be forever haunted with an unknown dislike of large axes. By this point, it was unanimously decided on that perhaps the best course of action was to just go to bed and hope for some peace, although for some, sleep would be difficult knowing that whatever had taken control of Jamie and Boris was still out there.

    Finally, after what felt like five months and a couple of days, this troublesome day had passed.

    With the moon's descent came the sun's rise, dim streams of light peeking through curtained windows and upon the eighth hour of the day, the resonating sounds of the grandfather clock could be heard, declaring that morning had come and more important to some of them, that breakfast was ready.
    "YAAWWWWWN!" Miguel stretched. "Can't say it was the best night of sleep in my life but it certainly felt like the best I've had in a long while!" he shouted cheerfully as he emerged from his room, ready for breakfast. "Buenas, y'all!" he greeted everyone he could, before he darted downstairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tami View Post
    Making an educated guess, Jinny knocks on a closed door. "Jamie? Are you there?"
    Jamie frowned as she heard Jinny knock on the door and call through it, but kept quiet. Maybe her half-sister would go away and be safe from her if she remained silent and didn't let her know she was in here.

    Her eyes widened as her Stand extended from the foot of the bed, moving over toward the door.

    "No! Don't." Jamie hissed frantically, but as it reached the door, it turned to her, gave her a smirk, and grabbed the knob before tossing it wide open, vanishing into nothingness as the door swung open to allow Jinny into the room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dog View Post
    Jamie frowned as she heard Jinny knock on the door and call through it, but kept quiet. Maybe her half-sister would go away and be safe from her if she remained silent and didn't let her know she was in here.

    Her eyes widened as her Stand extended from the foot of the bed, moving over toward the door.

    "No! Don't." Jamie hissed frantically, but as it reached the door, it turned to her, gave her a smirk, and grabbed the knob before tossing it wide open, vanishing into nothingness as the door swung open to allow Jinny into the room.
    Pausing for a moment to look inside, Jinny then took a step, but stopped at the entry, "May I come in?"

    "When I didn't see you downstairs, I just wanted to check on you."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tami View Post
    Pausing for a moment to look inside, Jinny then took a step, but stopped at the entry, "May I come in?"

    "When I didn't see you downstairs, I just wanted to check on you."
    Jamie wanted to tell Jinny to go away, it was dangerous to be around her. But she sounded so legitimately worried about her, Jamie instead sighed as she said "Come on in Jinny."

    "I'm fine, you don't need to worry about me."
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    Vivian arrived at the breakfast table with all the grace of a shambling corpse. The only thing clutched in her talons being a single cup of black coffee, and the stub of a cigarette she smoked down while waiting.

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    Yeah, but if you... man, we're getting into weird analogy territory, like if you disintegrated Superman's arms he wouldn't be able to go "fool! Little did you know that my arms and I are one and can be remade from me!" and will his arms back into being from pure nothingness. - Pendaran

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dog View Post
    Jamie wanted to tell Jinny to go away, it was dangerous to be around her. But she sounded so legitimately worried about her, Jamie instead sighed as she said "Come on in Jinny."

    "I'm fine, you don't need to worry about me."
    While Talking another few steps inside, enough to pass through the doorway, "I wanted to apologize for last night, and to thank you. For my arm."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tami View Post
    While Talking another few steps inside, enough to pass through the doorway, "I wanted to apologize for last night, and to thank you. For my arm."
    Jamie blinked in surprise, staring at Jinny for several seconds before asking "Why are you apologizing? If anything, I should be apologizing to you for attacking you like that and my Stand removing your mouth."
    Critics who treat adult as a term of approval, instead of as a merely descriptive term, cannot be adult themselves. To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence.
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