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April 4th, 2016

[info]spiritmark in [info]the100

storybrooke: prof. dorian grey (to ben, maria)

I couldn't get away this weekend. Let me make it up to you.

Can I keep you up on a school night?

Hello, darling. Don't wait up for me this evening — I'm staying late to reorganize my lab storage. Completely boring, but has to be done, you know how it is.

[info]thetroubles in [info]the100

storybrooke; audrey parker

Where's the video footage from the impound lot from last night's theft? Jane Doe's yellow bug was stolen, but I can't find the video feed anywhere. It's not in the case file in the evidence locker. Where I saw you earli

Any ideas?
You remember that case I was talking about? The Jane Doe car that went missing?

[info]swhite in [info]the100

WHO: Podkru only.
WHEN: From 6am until 7pm this evening
WHERE: The gymnasium
WHAT: Emergency elections. Only vote for two from each character. No Storybrooke characters.

Leadership is not about the next election, it's about the next generation. )

[info]thegoodblood in [info]the100


Anything to distract fr The concept of voting to herald in a new leader is strange to me, although I understand that it is quite common to many of you. It literally gives the power to the masses, does it not? Interesting concept, even as I am skeptical of it. Yharnam functioned as an independent city-state, of course, and was constantly at war with the city-states it was geographically near. The Church organised the city and determined which cleric sat on which borough. It was an imperfect system, as it tended to favour familial dynasties rather than opportunity for advancement for everyone, but as the purity of one's blood was vital to being respected, familial inheritance was the only way to control who took seats of power.

So, voting. How interesting! I have done so. I can see the appeal, I suppose, although what does one do if one is not happy with the results? Is there recourse? Objection? Fights to the death? There was a son who was granted the head of the Choir back home who many hated due to his constant trips to the lower wards of the Cathedral district (I believe it is referred to as 'red light' in this vernacular). Many objected to what they perceived to be his moral failings. There was objection to his post, the Choir rallied, and they never found his head in the end. Politics are fascinating stuff.

[ Filtered to Evie ]

I've something to show you, when you have spare time.

[ /Filter ]

[info]taserqueen in [info]the100

mount weather;


potential mayday situation

not like omg jump out of bed everybody's left us again because wow that fuckin sucks

but like

anybody gone through the shit their friends, etc left behind and found some surprises?

[info]doctorfun in [info]the100

mw: backdated

who ten & martha
what bringing him some news
where the TARDIS
when few weeks back--when she'd decided to move out
warnings just a sad panda doctor, really!

she had thrived without him. people were better away from him. )

[info]justhitjackpot in [info]the100

storybrooke; mary holmes.

I absolutely hate having Mondays and Tuesdays off, but oh my god, my feet are killing me so I'll take it. Leroy, one of the miners, stepped on my foot. I swear to god, it felt more like he was 10 feet tall and weighed a ton, not shorter than me and super hairy. Then he had the NERVE to get in my face for being behind him. I watered down his drinks after that.

Anyone up for a lazy lunch?

[info]thecat in [info]the100

storybrooke network; faye walters (025)

Tell me there are bar-hopping plans tonight, because holy shit, am I bored.

And when I'm bored, I try to break my parole.

[info]willingtopay in [info]the100

storybrooke: carol & steve

Who: Carol & Steve
When: last Fridaaaaaay
Where: Marine Garage!
What: Steve has to bring his bike by so he makes awkward small talk with his favorite mechanic and Carol imagines him naked. Careful, you two.
Warnings: Naaaah except for cussing.

'She's the prettiest girl I see, so if you put her in someone else's hands, I'd be real disappointed.' )

[info]nosuitnoservice in [info]the100

[Evie Frye, Willow Rosenberg, Barry Allen, Shepherd Book, Haymitch Abernathy, Felix Dawkins, Spock, Kira Yukimura, Tara Thornton, Bonnie Bennett]
I'm pretty sure you guys are all the last ones only people from your worlds now. I really, really don't want to be mawkish with people's personal items at all, but at least in your cases where there's someone who probably knows which bits are important I'm going to see if I can put them all at the bottom of the list and focus first on the people who didn't leave anyone behind. That still puts you on a deadline unfortunately but the only other thing I can offer is someone to ask if you want help from a stranger.

Apart from that I'm going to try to make sure that any obvious personal items will be labeled and put into a separate storage area in case the owners come back. But anything you can hold onto yourselves is so much the better.

By my quick count, there are thirty different worlds that we've just lost everyone from, and another ten where there's only one person left.

[info]bonrien in [info]the100

storybrooke; beau st. james

[Mary Holmes]
I don't suppose your couch is available for the night? I don't mean to be a bother, I'm just working a double shift and another tomorrow, seems a waste of funds to book a room for about six hours.

There was a time I'd make jokes about people getting together to talk about dances and decorations and fairs, because it seemed so simple and smalltown. Now I've give almost anything to have that kind of carefree Hindsight is accurate and kind of a jerk. Have fun, if anyone wants to wield my vote in my absence, let me know.

[info]arachnophilia in [info]the100

Storybrooke: Jess Barton

Francis Barton, I'm not sure exactly how, but I'm still fairly certain this is your fault.

Drawing by: Cal Barton, age 7. For: Steve Shields )

Sorry, Steve. I'm going to take this to mean he doesn't show artistic promise?

[OOC: Special shout out to my own 6yo artist for drawing this for me. Happily.]

[info]on_fire in [info]the100


Is it Friday yet?

[info]absorbs in [info]the100

storybrooke; marie springer + rachel woodson

» Alright, I saw Will decided to come back
» And I've no idea what you might need, cuz
» I'd deflate his tires but I think that'd be more a nuisance for you than anything

[info]humanhurricane in [info]the100

WHO: Aramis & Porthos
WHEN: March 30th, 2016
WHERE: Medical or thereabouts
WHAT: Post-battle: Porthos is injured and collapses at Aramis’ feet. He wakes up stitched, heavily medicated, and more than a little starry-eyed about his nurse.
WARNING: None really. Even the wound talk isn't graphic.

'Always notice when you’re not around, Aramis.' )

[info]fades in [info]the100

STORYBROOKE: Tom Smith - 001

there are angry bees in the supply shed behind the football field. don't come unless you have an epi pen.