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 The Party
William
Posted: Jun 12 2009, 05:03 AM


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After spending weeks fighting with his ineffective committee, who both seemed far too preoccupied with their own lives, Rachel, with studying and her new interest, and Lorne, with just about everything else, Will had been sure that the party was going to be less than spectacular. When he had discovered that Lorne could only help set up for an hour and a half, because of a meeting, and Rachel, an hour, because of apparently it would take her an inordinate amount of time to get ready, he had almost given up.

Thankfully, though, he hadn’t and it seemed to have payed off. The Conservatory looked enchanting.

Soft moonlight filtered down through the huge arching glass dome of a ceiling, giving a strange soft glow to the highest top of the multitude of trees. The stateliest of these were wound with fairy-lights, but the room was truly illuminated by large floating glass balls with an alchemic mix that emitted a soft bluish glow, very much like the moon above. If William had followed the instructions correctly, they would slowly change colours during the night, but in reality, Will was just hoping that they didn’t explode. The butterflies, at least, seemed to like the lights. The benches that were hidden in between bushes were all well lit too, after Headmistress Hikalyn had informed Will that college students didn’t need the encouragement of dark secluded places.

The main focus of the event though, was a newly cleared large courtyard area, which was very brightly lit. A good portion of this area had been lain down with a floating wooden dance floor, and to the side a bar adjacent to a long table with finger food ranging from what you would find at a child’s birthday to elaborate vol-au-vents, courtesy of a small shop in Kalloni. The idea of waiters had been discussed, but no student wanted to volunteer on a night like this and the cost was going to be astronomical. In the same vein, they had found a local band that was willing to accept dinner as payment for the ‘exposure’. They were currently setting up on the opposite side of the dance floor. Will just hoped they played as well as they had in the five minutes he had to approve them.

Straightening his charcoal waistcoat over his white dress shirt, William couldn’t help but feel nervous. All the possible problems kept running through his head; What if they ran out of drinks? What if the music stank? What if he should have brought a jacket and his waistcoat clashed with his dark jeans? God, the worst of all, what if no one showed up?

Checking his watch again, William Quinland stood alone in the centre of the empty dance floor, waiting for his date and counting down to the start of the party, possibly the worst event of his life.



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Jarek
Posted: Jun 13 2009, 07:49 AM


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Jarek had struggled all afternoon with the decision what to wear to the party. It wasn't like it was a grand ball, like a graduation ball or something like that. Just a party to have some fun - eat, drink, and be merry - or so he thought. But he didn't want to look like a country bumpkin either and stand out as completely underdressed. Sadly that had left him with very few options.

In the end he had settled on dark-blue jeans, a long-sleeved tan shirt, and dark brown shoes. Working a little shine onto the shoes had taken some time - and a quick trip to Kalloni to buy some shoe polish. At least his hair was something he didn't have to worry about, having only recently cut it down to three millimetre length he preferred from habit and for convenience.

Now that he had finally arrived at the Conservatory he ensured himself that his shirt was tugged firmly into his pants, then drew a deep breath and squared his shoulders before he opened the door and took a few steps inside.

After those few steps Jarek stopped and drew another, sharper breath. He had visited the Conservatory quite often but had never seen it like this. The floating lights were simply beautiful and a splendid match for the natural moonlight shining in from above. Whoever had set this up had obviously paid some attention to the details.

As he slowly moved down the path he nodded approvingly. The Conservatory was impressive enough at all times, but now the resemblance to a natural outdoor forest on a moonlit night was uncanny.

That a large area had been cleared for the party impressed him less, but it was a necessary evil for a party like this. And a little magic would bring back the vegetation that had to make room for dancefloor, bandstand, and buffet soon enough. Perhaps he could even help with that. Enticing plants to grow was more the domain of Nature magic than his own Earth magic, but growing up on a farm had taught him a few small tricks. He doubted he could do more than speed up the growth of grass, but it was a start.

He slowly turned and took in the whole scene more carefully. "Impressive. Very impressive."


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Tao
Posted: Jun 14 2009, 12:55 AM


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"Agreed" Said Tao, who had quietly stepped beside the man as he had entered, surveying the room.

Tao wore his black fedora, but other than that there was very little change in his normal getup, besides, perhaps, being clean and properly adorned. He was all in black from his dress shirt and pants to his black leather shoes, which had been shined. A silver belt buckle adorned his waistline. He had chosen not to wear his council members' badge for the night, feeling that any show of authority would be a downer at the party. He had made an attempt at slicking back his hair, which seemed to have worked fairly well, though the effect was hidden beneath his fedora.

Tao smiled up at the fellow next to him, who he couldn't quite place, but was sure he had seen before. "I'm especially impressed by the butterflies, and their attraction to the light globes. It was probably an accident, but it seems to have worked in the creator's favour."

He chuckled and lifted a hand invitingly. "Apologies, I haven't introduced myself. My name is Tao Binter."


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William
Posted: Jun 14 2009, 01:59 AM


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'Thank God,' Will thought, someone had actually shown up. He felt the muscles in his back unclench, perhaps the night would not be a total disaster. Still, no girls yet, not even his date, but it was still early and anyone was better than no one!

Beaming at the compliments, Will was glad to see that his efforts had not been in vain, "Haha, thanks. But yeah, the butterflies kind of were an accident, but now they have appeared, I wish I had planned them. I am sure they will make a girl or two swoon."

Accepting Tao's proffered hand, he introduced himself to the two boys, "William Quinland, but Will is fine. Glad to see you could both make it." Grinning at Tao, he added, "I also very much like the hat." Will was truely impressed that both the other two men seemed to have put a little effort into their outfits. It was a closely guarded secret that Rachel had picked out his clothes for the evening. After meeting Mandy, he had decided he didn't want to look like an idiot on her arm.

"But please, the bar is open and food is up, make the most of it!"


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Jarek
Posted: Jun 14 2009, 05:58 AM


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Jarek was taken by surprise, but could not, for the life of him, decide if he should be more surprised that he had failed to notice the man moving up from behind, or by that man's hat.

A hat on someone young enough to be a student was an unusual sight, indoors even more so. For while the Conservatory had all the appearances of an outdoor area, they were still under the roof of the academy. A hat, in Jarek's opinion, should not be worn indoors, but he had swiftly learned that many of his fellow students could best be described as individualists and judging them by his own standards would be rude.

"Jaroslaw Kowalczyk," he introduced himself and shook the offered hand. "Just call me Jarek. Is fine by me."

His eyes narrowed as he looked at Tao and tried to put a finger on where he had seen him before, but just as he started to imagine that face without the hat Will showed up and Jarek offered him a wide smile.

"All this is your doing, Will? Must have taken lot of work." He eyed the bar and the buffet and while the invitation was tempting, it was too soon. "Maybe I will eat and drink later. I don't want to look like I only came to eat, so when some more people show up, yes? Unless you two want a drink too?"


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Tao
Posted: Jun 14 2009, 06:57 AM


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Tao grinned happily to be complemented on his choice of hat and smiled good naturedly at the offer of drink. Truly, he was not much of a drinking man, but the occasional ceremonial beverage wasn't necessarily beyond him.

"Sure, why not. We need to fortify ourselves for the night ahead, after all." He said with a wink as he began to make his way towards the bar.


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Hayzie
Posted: Jun 14 2009, 02:51 PM


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Hayz hadn't needed an awful lot of convincing to go to the party. Her arm was in once piece from not being twisted, and she'd even been and bought a new dress to mark the occasion. It appeared that, in fact, there was no occasion other than a social get-together for everyone in the school. A fabulous idea! There had been some new people arrive recently that just didn't seem fully integrated into the social scene of the school just yet. Hopefully that night would help.

Humming a tune as she danced around her dorm, hoping that her hair would dry nicely and not just frizz. If the natural waves in it would come out well, then she would be a very happy girly.

Slipping into a purple dress, Hayz shook her hair out, magicking it dry. "Frick on a stick!" she grumbled. It had frizzed. "Damnit."

An hour later, Hayzie appeared in the conservatory, where the party was due to take place. She'd managed to get the curls right after half an hour, and had spent the other half fighting with some tights. After putting a ladder in one, and finding another pair far too big, the third appeared to be the lucky number.

Picking up a silver bag, and slipping some black flat shoes on he feet...well, there she was, and the place looked marvelous! Giggling gently as a butterfly flew past her nose, green eyes sparkled as she looked at the three in the conservatory already. Tao, she knew already, and she knew one of the other guys from her Defense class... but there was one she didn't know of at all. "Evening," Hayzie smiled, tucking some wavy blonde hair behind her ear.


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Jarek
Posted: Jun 14 2009, 04:02 PM


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"Good evening." Jarek bowed his head to the blonde.

When recognition set in and he realized where he had seen her before his eyes darted back and forth between her and the man in the hat until they came to rest on Tao's face. "Ah, now I know where I have seen you before," he stated. "The self-defence class."

He raised his fists to his face and waved them around in a mock display of fighting-readiness. "Almost didn't recognize you with that hat," he added with a grin before he turned back to Hayzie.

"We were about to fight our way through the buffet. Want to join us?"


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Mandalah
Posted: Jun 16 2009, 09:32 AM


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It had taken her forever to decide what to wear. She'd agonized about it the entire week leading up to the party, even after she'd finally picked an outfit out. Was it too dressy? Too casual? She couldn't decide. Not that she had to decide anything, because she'd picked an outfit, and now that she'd done so she wasn't going to worry about it anymore.

She was wrong on that last bit, of course.

She was still worrying about it, standing in front of the mirror. She'd chosen a silk blouse of the palest red, with narrow bands of a bolder shade at the cuffs of the short sleeves and V-neckline. She tucked the blouse into her knee-length skirt. The skirt matched the colour of her shirt, complete with the darker highlights up the sides and along the hem, and billowed out into a bell shape when she twirled. Her shoes were black, though, with only an inch of heel. She didn't want too much red. And she wouldn't want to be taller than William or anything. That would be awkward.

She'd even curled her hair. Her hair was too long to hold ringlets, at least not without a ton of hairspray (she hated hairspray), but the time she'd spent with the curling iron meant it had a nice, noticeable shape, not too overdone but still too distinctive to simply call a "wave".

She tucked her hair behind her ears and added a pair of gold earrings; each a dangling, feathered wing. Then a necklace, a circular hematite pendant on a short gold chain. The stone rested at the hollow on her throat. It took her three tries to get the necklace on.

She stared at her reflection. Was she missing anything? Makeup, obviously. But was there anything else? She bared her teeth at the mirror. Were they too yellow? She'd brushed them once already, but maybe she should do it again. No, what if she had a clumsy moment and got water on her blouse? They were fine. She thought. If she changed her shirt just to brush her teeth again she'd probably make herself late. Should she have worn a strapless bra? Her blouse wasn't sleeveless, but the sleeves were really short. Being able to see someone's bra straps was so tacky. She couldn't see hers right now, but what if they slipped or something?

"It's fine," she told herself, as if saying it out loud would be more convincing somehow. It probably was. Maybe. This was stupid, right? Anyway, she really was going to be late if she kept it up. So far, she was early, but she hadn't done makeup yet.

She stared at her different tubes and bottles for a moment, wondering what to do with them. She didn't want too much colour, not in this outfit. It would make her look like a clown or something. She finally settled on pale, pale pinks for blush and eyeshadow, mascara - no eyeliner or anything like that - and a colourless lip gloss. Good enough, right?

Good enough.

The lip gloss she tucked into a small, silken black purse with a single pouch and a thin strap. She added her wallet and comb. There wasn't anything else, not that she could think of. The purse wouldn't hold much more anyway. Another last check in the mirror, another last-minute hesitation while she tried to remember that thing she was certain she was forgetting, and then she told herself that there was nothing, she had everything, had thought of everything, and that if she left now she'd probably be just on time.

She paused with her hand on the doorknob. No, she was not forgetting anything.

She passed a few people in the halls on her way down to the conservatory. Only a few. It seemed awfully quiet. Were they all in the conservatory already? That couldn't be, it was still early. It was still early, wasn't it? She didn't think she was late. She should have time still. She glanced at her watch, realized that she wasn't actually wearing one. She'd left it back in her room.

She wasn't going back for it now. If she was late--and she really didn't think she was, she couldn't be, not yet--then she was late. And it wasn't like she would need it once she was down there. Besides, it wasn't huge or tacky or one of those ones with a velcroe strap or something, but her watch wasn't exactly formal wear.

Not that you'd call this outfit formal wear, either. What if she was underdressed? Or overdressed? She didn't want to be the only one not in blue jeans. Or a formal evening gown. What was Will planning on wearing? It wouldn't be very good if they showed up in horrendously mismatched outfits. Too formal, not formal enough, clashing colours.

There was a funny feeling starting in her stomach. She couldn't get rid of it. She didn't really know Will at all. What if it turned out they had nothing in common? Or they couldn't stop arguing, or...

It would be fine. He seemed nice enough, and she knew she was easy to get along with. Besides, it wasn't really a date. Exactly. Well, it sort of was a date. But a casual date. A fun date. That was all.

The doors to the conservatory were open, but she stopped short of coming in anyway. The nervous feeling was not going away. It was stupid, she knew it was stupid, but she couldn't help it.

The conservatory looked good, anyway. And it seemed like there were already people there. Will was almost certainly one of them. It didn't look like there were too many people there, which was good, insofar as it meant she wouldn't look terribly tardy. More would show up as the night wore on. Hopefully they would.

She was still staring at the open conservatory doors. She took a deep breath and made herself go in.

"It looks... wonderful."

The place was brightly lit, but it wouldn't be fair to call it "bright as day". It was softer somehow. This was definitely a nighttime event. And it didn't look like the same place. It wasn't just the lights, or the butterfly that flitted right before her startled eyes. It was everything. Someone had gone to an awful lot of work.

She scanned for Will, didn't see him immediately, and started feeling nervous all over again. What if she couldn't find him for some reason? No, there he was, over there. She was relieved to see he hadn't chosen an outfit that clashed horribly with hers, either in colour or style of dress. He hadn't seen her yet. It looked like he was heading towards the bar, with the room's only other occupants so far. A couple of them looked kind of familiar, but she didn't really recognize any of them.

She angled herself to intercept Will and his friends, though she cleared her throat while she was still a little distance away. She couldn't just ignore her date until his friends went way, but she didn't want to intrude on them either. A deep breath and she made herself speak. "Hi, Will."


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Tania Yates
Posted: Jun 17 2009, 01:41 PM


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Tania had thought long and hard what to wear for the party - not only in terms of clothing, but also very much in terms of faces and bodies to wear.

It would have been all too easy to put on a different, younger, unknown face and pretend to be another student, so not to disturb the revelries with the presence of a professor, but it was a party for everyone at the Academy, not just students. If the presence of a teacher ruffled any feathers the organizers should have thought of that beforehand and excluded the staff from the beginning.

She dabbed the lightest of lip-glosses on her lips and examined her reflection in the mirror. Duplicating the lip gloss and light touch of silver eye shadow would not have been impossible with her shapeshifting abilities, but using old-fashioned makeup was the easier option. Whatever magic was worked on it, human skin didn't lean itself to gleaming and glittering all that well.

Tania picked up a grey shoulder bag that matched the colour of her trouser suit and closed the topmost button of her light blue blouse. She had decided against jewellery of any kind and put on a pair of low-heeled pumps that were just a little darker than her trousers. Nice, professional, and still a small but noticeable change from the usual black and white colour scheme of her day-to-day outfits she wore around the academy.

It would do.

She made her way down to the ground level of Four Points and entered the Conservatory through a back door, far away from the main entrance.

The moment she stepped into the largest area of Four Points, the eerie glow of moonlight engulfed her, yet it was a glow from sources much closer than the moon. It was anything but the natural light of the moon, of that she was certain. She had spent too many nights outdoors after nightfall not to notice the subtle differences and the way the trees cast their shadows at an unnatural angle. Still, whoever had set this up - Quinlan she thought was the name she had heard at a staff meeting (or was it Quinland?) - had done a good job duplicating the colour and brightness of moonlight.

Tania smiled. At another time that now seemed ages ago she would have welcomed light like this. It was perfect for seeing without being seen if one stayed in the shadows, as she intended to do for now.

Slowly she moved closer to the clearing in the Conservatory, grey and light blue in the fading contrasts between shadows and pale-blue light. Her foot hovered above a root, before she took a wider step, touching only grass-covered soft earth.

Some of the students had already gathered - not many, but at least a few.

For now Tania was content to lean against the shadowy silhouette of a tree and observe. Once one or two more teachers showed up she would leave her observation post, but not now, not yet.

For now this party belonged to those already gathered.


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William
Posted: Jul 4 2009, 01:57 AM


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Suddenly, it seemed, there were people everywhere. Not that many really, but enough to feel like the party was perhaps going to be adequate.

He turned to address Jarek first, following the two men a bit closer to the bar, “Thank you, yes mostly my work. I was supposed to have a committee, but it seems their other activities kept them from actually being much of a help!” He grinned at this, indicating that he hadn’t really minded the work so much. He was more than a little proud at the way it had all turned out. “But yes, I’ll wait for a moment on the drinks, thank you.”

When the blonde girl appeared, Hayzie, the boy thought but he had never been introduced to her, obviously taking delight in his butterflies and the excuse to dress up, Will couldn’t contain his smile. He nodded in greeting and was about to introduce himself properly when, finally, he saw Mandalah.

She was standing in the doorway, seeming amazed at the decorations. There was a slight unclenching in Will’s chest, and he realized he had been a little terrified that she wouldn’t like it. After all, he didn’t really know anything about Mandalah… She looked stunning though, dressed in bright red with glimmering black accessories. Will breathed a sigh, Rachel had informed him that charcoal and black was unlikely to clash with anything the girl was wearing and he now realized, next to Mandalah, it would look fine. Everything would, even his gift… He should get it…

Before Will had time to act, Mandalah was there, at his side. She seemed a little nervous as she greeted him, and Will felt the same way. “Hi,” He replied, grinning like an idiot, instantly wishing that he had something cooler to say. Steering her away a little from the main group, he offered her a shy smile, “I uh… I got you… It is pretty lame, but seeing as we are supposed to be on a date… I just thought…?” While talking, Will had been moving closer to the bar. As he reached it, he leant behind it to tentatively lifting his gift from its little plastic container. “It is a corsage… You don’t have to wear it.”

The arrangement held three partially open roses, the perfect red to compliment Mandalah’s outfit, and bright white sprigs of baby’s breath, tied together with a dark grey ribbon, cunningly hidden behind little shoots of green. However, holding it slightly out towards her, William cast his eyes down at it with the look of a man who suddenly realized he was doing something very stupid. Why a corsage? What was he, twelve? And the event wasn’t even that formal!

“Ah… Can I get you a drink?” He asked, looking past Mandahlah, trying to find a way to save himself, “Anyone at all? Drinks?”


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Mandalah
Posted: Jul 7 2009, 08:59 AM


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Relief and a new kind of nervousness met and clashed when Will turned towards her, but she couldn't help grinning back at him as he approached. His suit complemented his face and form, and it wouldn't clash horribly with her clothes, either. Wouldn't clash at all.

She let Will steer her away from the rest of the group, and her mouth opened in surprise when he said he had a gift for her. For a second it was all she could do to stare at William and the corsage that he held out to her. It was a gorgeous little arrangement, and it could have been made to go with the outfit she was wearing. How had he managed that.

"Thank you," she said, taking it from him. She could feel herself flushing. "It's beautiful." She meant it. She was already slipping it on when it occured to her. "Oh no." Her face probably matched her outfit by now, too. She hated blushing. "I didn't, I mean, I didn't think, I didn't bring anything for you..." Her words trailed off, but her mind was racing, trying to find some way to fix the situation. She couldn't think of any. The possibilities were endless and each was about as stupid as the last. "Thank you," she said again, breathlessly, like it was all she could manage. Maybe it was.

"Drinks, drinks are good," she said, grabbing onto the lifeline Will had thrown out for the both of them. "Let's see what they have!" This was going to be a good night, she decided, in spite of her embarassment. A good night.


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William
Posted: Aug 30 2009, 05:20 AM


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Will, despite trying not to, flushed a very bright red and cast his eyes down when the woman complimented his gift. Apparently it wasn’t quite as lame as he had thought. At Mandalah’s own little freak out, Will snapped his bright blue eyes back up, instantly trying to consol her, “Oh no, you didn’t need to. Just showing up is enough! Honestly.” He was glad that he had looked up; her blush was really very pretty. In fact, all of her was very pretty. He couldn’t believe his luck that someone who seemed so genuinely lovely, both in looks and demeanour, would agree to go on even a fake date with him.

He grinned as Mandalah saved them both from their embarrassment. Drinks. “Here, you can come behind the bar too,” Will said excitedly, reaching out for her uncorsaged wrist and dragging her enthusiastically around the edge of the bar. As if it suddenly occurred to him that this was not how you were meant to treat girls who weren’t Rachel, he dropped her wrist and gave her an apologetic look.

“Right, so drinks. I’ve been practising all week to make exciting cocktails! We don’t have that much alcohol, but enough.” Pulling the bottles from under the bench onto the table as he spoke, William had an almost insane grin, “Plus we have lots of fruit and things to make mocktails, and some wine, but that was more for the professors, and soft drink of course.” The man stood back, flicking his bright hair and surveying his little constructed world.

“So, what would you like?”


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Mandalah
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Despite his assurances, she was still a little embarassed that she hadn't brought anything for him, hadn't even considered it, but thankfully she didn't have much time for consternation; Will had taken her wrist and was guiding her around the other side of the bar. She had to move fast to keep up with him.

She had to grin at his excitement over the bar, but she wouldn't let herself laugh out loud. She didn't want him to think she was laughing [i]at[i] him.

"Oooh. Can you make daquiris?" she asked, peering at the bottles that he'd set out in front of them. "Or even better, you can show me how!" Her friend Alison worked as a bartender back home, and she was always lording it over the rest of them that she knew how to mix the best drinks.


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