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Old 08-19-2009, 12:09 AM View Post #511 (Link)
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Missy: Yes. Most people would call me "loose", but at least I'm in control of my own life.

What is your lowest moment?
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Old 09-14-2009, 09:23 PM View Post #512 (Link)
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Asuka: Losing the fortunes of my family and being a common person and not as an aristocrat. What horror!

Maya: Witnessing my younger brother murder my parents when i was 13.

Janilima: Becoming a prostitute.

what is your ideal weapon?
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Old 09-15-2009, 12:28 AM View Post #513 (Link)
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Liana: The ideal weapon of anyone would be control. It's nature to control and to be controlled. Exploit, or be exploited.

Ryu: It's not about the weapon, but how the person uses the weapon. Anyone can say that they could use a blade or a rifle, but if they don't have the discipline, then I could beat them easily with my bare hands.

Tragedy has befallen and the villain has made a run for it, what do you do? Seek revenge? Let him go? Why?
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Old 09-15-2009, 01:06 AM View Post #514 (Link)
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Kaja: It all depends on the villain. If he/she was a laughable, incompetent fool that would never do any harm without the Legions of Terror, then fine, go. I destroyed you once, if you want I can destroy you again.

What;s your biggest vulnerability?
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Old 09-15-2009, 03:37 AM View Post #515 (Link)
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Aaron: My dick. xP Naw, I'm kidding (put down the noose, Rebeckah). Probably my insanely huge ego.

What was your reaction to this? xP
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Old 09-15-2009, 05:14 PM View Post #516 (Link)
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Jordan: ... uh . . .

Austin: Jordan was probably turned on. I wasn't shocked.

Jordan: Shut up. I'm trying to figure out what he's talking about. What about it makes him vulnerable? The fact that it would hurt to be hit--

Austin: Shut up, Jordan. Don't . . . overcomplicate things.

Jordan: But I don't--get. . . it!

Austin: What do you think, in the entire course of your life (read, story) is the biggest life changing mistake you've made?

Jordan: Meet you.
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Old 09-16-2009, 03:03 AM View Post #517 (Link)
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This looks fun!

Dan: The biggest mistake I've ever made was when I actually went out that time and bought groceries for my mother. I think I should have told her I was too tired. If I hadn't gone, I might never have met Katrina and Macbeth, and I never would have been inflicted with this... this disease, as I will call it. I should have sat back and allowed Ely to have all the adventures. But where would that leave her? She couldn't fend for herself, even with her skills. Macbeth could easily kill her, but he never planned to have another being of superhuman strength involved. This might work out, but I wish Ely and I had been born normal kids, without the fourth-generations curse and everything. Then we'd never even have to get wrapped up in this. We can bring Mac down. Maybe. I hope.

What would you do if suddenly you were forced to walk into the future alone, and face whatever is out there without your friends to help you?
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Old 09-16-2009, 05:12 AM View Post #518 (Link)
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*Wow, this looks fun! I'll give it a shot.*

Helter: I'd be fine. I'd have a shirt to cover my back and the future is probably a whole lot better than what we've got here! ... I hope.

What do you think about right before you go to sleep?
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Old 09-16-2009, 07:01 PM View Post #519 (Link)
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Selah: My grandmother. I can hardly rest for the night without remembering at least one of the many things she did for me. Oh, and the trinket she gave me on her deathbed. The one she told me to never give up. The one I sold at a pawn shop.

Who are you closer to: your family, or your friends?
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Old 09-16-2009, 08:42 PM View Post #520 (Link)
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Helter: I'm definitely closer to my friends. My mom isn't the best person to be around since she's always drunk and my dad gets high every day (three times a day actually), but at least he has enough decency to wait until I'm not around to receive the benefits.

How do you celebrate?
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