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08/19/2019 12:09 PM 

Plot & Timeline

PLOTTIMELINEThe Second Wizarding War has ended. The Trio graduated from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

Clairvoyant Protector

08/19/2019 11:18 PM 

Quote Prompt Mini-Drabbles

Evil Within “Get away from me.” Lorraine held up her hands and took a step back – a single step and no more – before she dropped them once more. “I’m sorry.” It was instinct to touch someone when the desire to bring them comfort was present. It wasn’t always a good idea because people didn’t always like to be touched and sometimes that touch could let her get glimpses into other people’s lives that neither had given permission for. Sometimes it was happy memories, sometimes not so much. It didn’t always happen. But, sometimes… She still wanted to make him feel better somehow, no matter how unlikely that was. She couldn’t just walk away when someone was hurting. Even if she didn’t know the story. People walked away or past people in need, in pain, in self-destruct mode all the time. Too many people. She could never be one of those. She studied him for a moment, but didn’t leave, even though every inch of him was defensive and said she probably should. She wasn’t really good at listening to signs when someone needed help. She didn’t try to touch him again, merely sighing and looking up to meet his eyes, not really knowing how he would react to her refusal. “I just want to help. Even if that’s by doing nothing but being around. Sometimes the simple things like not being alone are the best.”   [B]utcher “We don’t stop fighting.” Lorraine looked up from where she was seated on the concrete curb, dejected and quiet. Her shoulders were slightly slumped as she leaned forward to rest her elbows on her knees, the voice coming as a surprise when she raised her eyes. “That sounds like something I usually say.” James stood over her with a rather unreadable expression on her face, merely arching an eyebrow in response before she spoke again. “Then why aren’t you saying it this time?” Lorraine only shrugged in reply, not speaking this time, and so James continued. “You and I are fighters. We’re strong. We have to be. We don’t give up and we don’t run from fights.” The last made Lorraine look up again. It was something that she and Ed said all the time. Something that they always stuck to because their fights were always scary, always things that others ran from because they didn’t understand and what they didn’t understand couldn’t possibly be real. After a moment she echoed the last words. “We don’t run from fights. We face them.” James nodded once and held out a hand, wrapping it around Lorraine’s when she accepted it. “Then get up.” She pulled Lorraine to her feet and then let go of her hand. “This fight isn’t over for either of us.”     soothsayer “I wanted to make you proud.” The younger woman’s gaze was on the ground, almost as if she were afraid to look up after her admission. After she believed she had failed so miserably at her attempt. Lorraine had no doubts that the words were absolutely sincere and also that Camille was beating herself up far more than she needed to for every little mistake she felt she had made. She hadn’t even really done anything wrong. Reaching out ever so slowly, so as not to frighten her, Lorraine gently lifted the other woman’s chin so that she had to look at her, meeting her eyes squarely before removing her hand, though she wanted to pull her into an embrace and offer some form of comfort and reassurance instead. “You do make me proud.” She finally told her softly, but firmly. “You amaze me, if you want the truth.” And it was the truth, there was no way Camille wouldn’t know that and she knew that was a fact. “You’re here for one thing.” It was obvious in the way she said the words that she didn’t mean standing in her living room, but still living at all. Still existing through all the trials and tribulations that her life had put her through. “And you’re a good person. Not many can say that.” She offered a small smile because that was so true. She tilted her head slightly. “Nacho adores you. That would endear you to me even if I didn’t already love you myself.” She grinned a little at that. “You’re good for him and he needs that. Just as I think he’s good for you. You’re good together and that makes me happy.” Nacho was her best friend, he was family. So accepting the pairing really spoke more than words ever could because she did fully accept and embrace them together and think that it was a good thing. “My daughter also thinks the world of you.” She revealed, almost as she were a child telling a secret. “I know she hasn’t said anything to you, but she won’t shut up about you to me.” She smiled a little more, because this was true, too. “If I didn’t like you so much and think you deserved your own time, I’d probably bother you a lot more to babysit when Ed and I go away.” This was also a revelation because she didn’t trust just anyone with her child. In fact, she could count on one hand the number. “So don’t think that this –“ She gestured to the mess the other woman had left in the kitchen while attempting to make dinner. “-makes you any less than you are or even upsets me or makes me think less of you. Some people are good at cooking, at housework, at the domestic thing, some aren’t. That’s life. But, that doesn’t mean you aren’t special.” She paused and met Camille’s eyes again. “Special. Not strange, not weird, not bad, not undeserving of love and affection and the good things in life.” “So, I’m proud of you every day for just being you.” She reached out to gently squeeze Camille’s hand before letting go again. “I’m proud of you and I care about you.” Now she stepped forward boldly, not really knowing the reaction she would get, and embraced the other woman. “Welcome to the family.”   In my veins; “I wanted to make you proud.” Lorraine looked up from where she sat at the kitchen table, going over a few things for the latest case she and Ed had gotten involved in. Andie stood in the doorway, frowning and looking rather dejected as she said the words softly. She wasn’t sure what had prompted the words or the apparent guilt and sadness, but something also told her that asking directly probably wouldn’t get an answer. Instead she studied Andie for a long moment and then sat the paper she was reading on the table and turned to face her fully. “It makes me sad that you think you don’t.” She finally answered honestly. “I’m proud of you every day of your life.” She met Andie’s eyes so that the truth could be seen in her own. “For all the things you don’t even realize you are. You’re smart and kind and intelligent. You’re brave and not afraid to speak your mind, but not to the point of hurting people. You’re good, Andie.” It didn’t escape her notice that Andie winced at the last, but she didn’t point it out. Not yet. Something was off, she knew it. She just didn’t know exactly what it was. She wanted her reassurances to help not hurt, but it almost seemed like they had the opposite effect of what she wanted and that hurt her. “You’re not perfect.” She offered what she could conjure of a tiny smile. “No one is. And I’m proud of you for that, too. Everyone makes mistakes, but you learn from them. Not everyone does that.” She tilted her head a little. “And I love you. No matter what. Even when you can’t do the same. I’ll do it enough for both of us.” Though she wanted nothing more than to pull Andie into her arms and make all the pain of whatever was torturing her go away, she didn’t do so. Instinct said to go slowly and tread lightly if she wanted to know what was going on, and even then it wasn’t guaranteed. “I’ll also listen, you know.” She turned her gaze back to the files and papers in front of her on the table, making the words sound idle and offhand, though they were anything but. “To anything you might want to tell me, no matter what it is.” She absently picked up one of the photos as if she really were concentrating on that rather than still fully – if not visually – focused on Andy. “I’m told I’m good at that.”   Kyran “Hang on, I’ve got you.” Lorraine blinked as she nearly literally ran into the man as she rounded the corner. She knew the words were meant to reassure, but she didn’t know him, and he didn’t know what she was running from, so they didn’t exactly have their intended effect. She figured she should probably at least offer a thank you of appreciation, but that wasn’t what she said. Glancing back over her shoulder, her eyes scanned the shadows for the demon that had been following her. She wasn’t exactly sure which one it was at this point as she and Ed had been spending their time trying to gather everything that their babysitter’s friend had released during the ONE night they were away from home and there were a few they hadn’t managed to deal with yet. She didn’t see it, but that didn’t mean it wasn’t close. Finally she replied to the stranger’s words. “I don’t think you want me. I come with baggage.”       pikachu* “I thought I could save you.” Lorraine’s smile was gentle, if a little sad because she could hear the sincerity and regret behind every word as Chloe spoke them. But, they were unnecessary, as was the guilt that laced the entire idea. She didn’t like the other woman feeling badly for something that hadn’t worked out the way she thought it should because she didn’t see it as a bad thing herself. She reached out to pat the other woman’s hand in a gesture attempting comfort and understanding. She appreciated the thought and the desire to help, but what Chloe thought was saving, she thought was the opposite. More trying to change her beliefs, the way she looked at things, if nothing else. In what she thought was a good cause, of course. She truly believed she was helping. But… “Not everyone wants or needs to be saved and not everyone shares the same definition of the word.”   גַבְרִיאֵל “Don’t say that. You’re going to be fine.” Lorraine offered an exhausted and pain filled smile to the angel kneeling beside her. An angel kneeling for her when it should always, always be the other way around. She didn’t deserve such a thing. She was no saint, nothing that special. Certainly nothing deserving of an angelic visit, let alone such a sentiment as that of the words that were spoken. And still she wanted nothing but to offer comfort, rather than to receive it. This demonic confrontation had been different, worse than the rest that she and her husband usually encountered. Everything she saw and dealt with took something out of her. It didn’t matter what it was. Sometimes it was more than others, but she always felt something each time. She sometimes wondered if that wasn’t the price for having these abilities that she didn’t ask for that allowed her to help others who couldn’t help themselves, but she’d decided long ago that it didn’t matter.  Helping was what she was meant to do, and she could and so…she did. She always struggled through the aftermath of these encounters. Sometimes it took longer than others, but she always did it. She wasn’t sure that would be the case this time, but she didn’t remember exactly why, what had brought her to this. She decided that also didn’t really matter. Reaching out, she touched Gabrielle’s hand and offered another small smile. “You’re probably right. I’ll be fine.” She assured, not knowing if her own words were the truth of a lie. “But…I’m tired, so I’m just going to close my eyes and rest a bit, okay?”   Unshakable Faith “You have to wake up.” A frown graced her features as Lorraine tried to place the familiarity of the voice that spoke to her and just why it was saying such a thing. Tilting her head slightly to one side, she squinted into the shadows of the bedroom she shared with her husband, trying to see who it was that was talking. It didn’t seem to be trying to scare her and she didn’t get any bad feelings from it. Quite the opposite actually, though it was hard for her to decipher exactly what she was feeling. “I am awake.” She finally spoke, still trying to pinpoint the speaker. When she finally stepped out of the shadows into the light from the moon shining through the window, her eyes widened, and she was speechless for a long moment. It was like looking into a mirror. She took an instinctive step back, mind spinning as she tried to figure out just what it was that was messing with her and why it chose to do so this way. “I am awake.” She repeated, not sure if she wanted that to be true or not. If she was, then this was real, and she wasn’t sure how to handle that. If she wasn’t…at least she could chalk it up to a vision of some kind and figure things out from there. “I am awake…”   Scythress “You can’t leave me.” Lorraine paused, glancing over her shoulder at the young girl who stood where she had left her. The young girl who was so very much more than she appeared to be. At first she wasn’t sure she had heard the words correctly because Ruby had been saying the exact opposite only moments before. She didn’t point out that the girl had been telling her that it wasn’t her time and she had to go back, that she couldn’t stay even if she wanted to because her family needed her, others needed her. That she had been so adamant about this that Lorraine hadn’t had a chance to say much at all. Not that she would have argued. She wasn’t afraid to die if it came down to that, but that didn’t mean she wanted to. It only took a moment to realize that the words hadn’t been meant to be heard, maybe hadn’t even been realized they were said aloud. But, they had on both parts and she couldn’t just leave as if she hadn’t heard. Turning fully around to face Ruby, she took a few steps back in her direction. She offered a small smile and some simple words: “It’s not forever. We’ll meet again.”   ɛvɪƖ Ɩɪvɜƨ “It hurts inside, and you feel alone.” If anyone had told Lorraine that she would ever find herself face to face with the purple haired daughter of Maleficent and Hades who was related to a bunch of Olympian gods that she didn’t even believe in, she would have thought they were crazy. Or messing with her. But, here she was. She wasn’t sure she believed this girl’s origin story, because it did seem crazy. Like a fairy tale. But, it didn’t really matter if she believed that part or not because the girl’s words were sincere, and she knew exactly how they felt. She knew what it was like to want nothing more than to make your parents proud, to do and be what they wanted, and to feel like it was never enough, like you were only managing to do the opposite. “It does.” She agreed softly, figuring Mal would roll her eyes or scoff at her agreement, because how could she possibly know how it felt? No one truly understood. That was usually the initial thinking and Lorraine didn’t really try to change that. It wasn’t about arguing experiences and it wasn’t really about her. She studied Mal for a long moment, figuring a hug or other comforting gesture might not be welcome from a stranger, so she attempted to do so with words instead. “I know what it’s like.” She didn’t elaborate. Mal could ask if she wanted, or not. “But, I also know that you’re not your parents. No matter how much you – and they – might want you to be. It’s hard to find yourself, but you’ll never be happy if you don’t. If you let others dictate your life.” She smiled a little self-deprecatingly. “I know, I sound like a self-help tape or something, but it’s true.” “You have to do the hardest thing in life: find out who you are and like it.”              

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08/19/2019 05:42 PM 

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OOC:✿ Don't give me a reason to have rules posted, ya' heathens.✿ Want my discord? Here ya' GO: remedy.#9619✿ I love, looove receiving banter over a standard OOC greeting. RANDOM STARTERS ARE A-OK, too.✿ This doc works full-time irl; replies come when they come.✿ I don't subscribe to the "you add, you greet" mentality. If I see a potential storyline idea between our characters, I'll shoot you a comment/MESSAGE. Otherwise, feel free to reach out instead.I Currently owe:✿ 


08/19/2019 05:30 PM 


BEFORE/EARLY EARTH: On earth/in heaven as a beautiful ball of light. BEFORE the creation of humans: FALLS. THE GARDEN: is able to become different animals and talks to both Lilith and Eve, turning them away from God's interests (also takes the form as a man ***cough, cough, aragorn***) to play with Lilith and Eve cuzzz. DIRECTLY AFTER EVE BITES THE APPLE: Michael is dispatched from heaven to collect lucifer and throw him in a cage in hell (tho the devil manages to escape from it a few times, he always sprung back-- IN THIS TIME, humanity grows, lots of sh*t happens, angels get it on w/ humans and god drowns the earth) A FEW HUNDRED YRS B4 JESUS IS BORN: Lucifer's released from his cage, hmmmm? Right??? Weird that God would let him out right before the messiah's born? He learns that they can no longer take human form for themselves anymore bc of all the angels coming down from heaven to have quickies with humans and about possession. He doesn't possess anyone right away though, instead, he's fixated on hell -- on the fallen angels that have been feeding off each other's despair, anger and darkness for the past billion years (AND) he's somewhat consumed by the angelic part of him that was left behind. He tries to block it out but he can still hear humanity's prayers, literally unable to keep them from his mind, he's drawn to the most desperate -- slaves, outcasts, torture victims, ect and he gives them the power/strength to get their vengeance, they become his first witches. Lucifer starts possessing humans. JESUS IS BORN. Before Jesus is old enough to (really) start preaching, Lucifer isn't really doing MUCH -- he's building hell, his Kingdom and he's PLAYING. Chaos follows everywhere he goes, he's pushing buttons and enjoying the bodies he's snatching but he's not doing anything extraordinary. He's drawn to Jesus though and in listening to his promises of a HEAVEN for humanity -- or a LOVING and FORGIVING God, he's angered -- even more so when Jesus starts talking about a Satan, a DEVIL, an adversary for the Lord. Basically, he's like the forkin bench is talking about me?? I'll show him a Devil. And THINGS KICK OFF. He starts creating more witches, this time though, they worship him, they serve him, he starts really building up empires just to watch them fall. All throughout history, he has a part in SOMETHING.EX: He was in Henry's ear telling him that he deserved the divorce, was one of the hands that helped get Anne in front of him -- and eventually, was one of the voices to suggest Anne was unfaithful and should be executed --- all this, of course, to play with the foundation/structure of the church in england. ^^ have a HC that the tudors were his fav plaything, spending so much time on earth, w/ them and toying with them is why he kept to the british accent. He ever forces anyone to do anything though, never really OUTRIGHT TELLS THEM to either, he pulls at desires that are already there and just fans them. because as much as this was about him building himself up, causing chaos -- blah blah blah, it was also about collecting souls and PROVING A POINT; that humanity doesn't deserve what it was given. The Devil went through MANY forms throughout the years, most of them horrific but he could always control which of them he wore -- the goat, the burn victim, the big blue dude, ya know --- but then something started to happen to him, he started to change, an actual body started to form. (ayy, Tom Ellis) It took centuries (in hell yrs) to form and it was a painful process, he assumed it was another punishment from God, ANOTHER prison -- he HATED IT, he hated that what he once was, everything he was able to do was locked up in this fleshy, disgusting, MORTAL suit. Soon though, after returning to earth, he starts to realize that there was upsides to his body, new abilities and -- he can **FEEL**, really feel, more so than he had even before the fall or their ability to make bodies for themselves were taken away. His flesh was sensitive, all the sins he'd been pushing on humanity were now HIS -- entirely. His focus for a while is entirely on himself, on feeling everything he possibly can. Lots of sex, my dudes. Heaven and Hell notice he's on earth a lot and ASSUME he's up to something. angels from heaven are dispatched, a small war breaks out -- Uriel almost dies via Azrael's blade-- Lucifer and his angels go back to hell -- they stay for a while, Lucifer focusing again on the kingdom, on his witches, on little schemes like that -- until he hears the Spellmans' prayers. They want a baby. Lucifer goes to them, decides to help, blesses them with the antichrist. He comes back to Earth a few years before he knows Sabrina will start coming into her powers, he starts beefing up covens, readying his forces -- and buys a night club calls it LUX. Somewhere between waiting for Sabrina to reach her potential and the end of times, he meets Chloe Decker and sh*t goes sideways.PRESENT TIME; he'sa consultant with the LAPD but not nearly as often as he is on the show, pretty obsessed with chloe but never killed an angel for her -- no lol --- Sabrina's just beginning to realize something's different with her, he's got LUX and heaven and hell are freaking out again bc they don't know what he's doing. Heaven assumes the worst and hell thinks he's abandoned them (even tho he's refused to give up claim to his throne) there's rebellions happening in hell, MULTIPLE plots to steal his crown in the works and more and more demons spilling out from the gates to possess people bc Lucifer's too busy running a night club lolA LITTLE INTO THE FUTURE: Lucifer's body dies, he possesses another one and now he's pretty pissed and taking it out on humanity. 


08/19/2019 05:14 PM 

Elena Gilbert

Elena Salvatore[3] (née Gilbert) was the former main female protagonist of The Vampire Diaries. At the beginning of the series, Elena appears to be a regular human girl, but is then revealed to be a Petrova doppelgänger. In the Season Three Finale, she became a vampire despite never wanting to be one. In I'd Leave My Happy Home For You, she takes the cure to become human again.Elena had been struggling to live a normal life ever since her adoptive parents, Miranda and Grayson Gilbert, died in a car accident when she was seventeen years old. Her life also changed drastically as she and her friends are caught up in the supernatural world that surrounds them and are forced to face powerful supernatural enemies.Elena was described as a star student. She was popular, sporty, smart, compassionate, empathetic, caring and friendly. She could be very vulnerable and a damsel in distress.Elena is best friends with Bonnie Bennett, her sister-in-law Caroline Forbes, Matt Donovan, and her husband, Damon Salvatore. She was also close friends with her late brother-in-law/ex-boyfriend, Stefan Salvatore. Her actions and beliefs throughout the series have been most influenced by her on-and-off romantic relationships with the Salvatore brothers, as well as by her antagonistic relationship with Katerina Petrova.In season one, Elena was still coping with her parents' death when she meets a mysterious new student at Mystic Falls High School, Stefan Salvatore. Elena and Stefan fall in love with each other. However, not long after that, Elena discovers that both Stefan and his brother, Damon, are vampires. She also becomes aware of the existence of Katherine Pierce, the woman who turned the Salvatore brothers into vampires in 1864, and to whom Elena bears a striking physical resemblance. In the process, Elena discovers a shocking truth - she was adopted, and her real parents are John Gilbert, her "uncle", and Isobel Flemming, Alaric's wife.In season two, Elena learns that she is Katherine's Doppelgänger, which explains their identical appearance. Because of this, an Original Vampire, Klaus, wants to use her in a sacrifice to break an ancient curse. Despite Elena's and her friends' best efforts, the sacrifice takes place. Her biological father, John, sacrificed his own life to keep Elena alive and human. However, Klaus killed Elena's aunt Jenna, after turning her into a vampire, leaving Jeremy her only blood relative left alive.After Jeremy's death in Season Four, at Damon's command to ease her pain, she turned off her humanity so she wouldn't have to feel all the guilt. Vampires in rare cases form a sire bond to the one who turned them, based on how strong their human feelings were before transitioning. After a brief time, she was finally able to regainher humanity after a surprising plan was carried out by Damon and Matt.During the events of Season Five, Elena's body was also possessed by Katherine, who was attempting to escape her fate caused by the effects of the cure. It took a while for Elena's friendsto discover Katherine's deceit and when she died, she left a 'little present' in the form of infecting Elena's body with a deadly toxin, but this was later cured. She and Damon got back together near the end of the season, but it was short-lived. After Stefan's shocking death, in order to bring him and others back from The Other Side, Damon, Elena and Caroline devised a plan, involving Olivia Parker performing a spell that the Travelers had used to bring back their leader, Markos. However, the spell was interruptedbefore Damon could pass through the Anchor, Bonnie, and as the Other Side began to disintegrate, Elena and her friends were left heartbroken by their impending deaths.During Season Six, Elena decided to cope with Damon's death by using drugs to hallucinate him. However, these drugs enhanced her blood thirst and she decided to resort to a different mechanism which involves erasing her memories of loving Damon.After the memories of their relationship were erased, she began to see him as the selfish and arrogant person who killed her brother. Soon after, Damon came back to life and she decided to give him a chance. She began to fall for him again after seeing his acts of attempting to rescue Bonnie from the prison world, and they start their relationship anew. She later learns of the cure that Bonnie brought back from the prison world and takes it, in the hopes of having a family again and a future with Damon to look forward too.Things go well until Kai ruins Jo and Alaric's wedding and casts a sleeping spell on Elena, linking her life to Bonnie's. She makes a sacrifice to let Bonnie live out her life until it is her turn. She bids goodbye to her friends and loved ones before parting ways but knows that she will see Damon, Stefan and Caroline again one day.For most of her life, Elena lived at 2104 Maple Street, in the Gilbert family house. During the fourth season, she briefly moved to the Salvatore Boarding House, when her brother, Jeremy, became a member of The Five and developed an uncontrollable urge to kill vampires, making it impossible for them to live together. Later in the season, after Jeremy’s death, Elena burned down the Gilbert house. After that, she lived in the Salvatore Boarding House for several months, before moving to the Whitmore College dorm.She attended Mystic Falls High School from Seasons One to Four, where she was a cheerleader, honor student, and one of the most popular girls in the school. Elena wanted to become a great writer and she has a diary in which she writes everything that happens in her life. She was originally turned in this direction by her adoptive mother, who gave Elena her first diary when she was ten. In Season Five, she began attending Whitmore College and in Season Six, she majored in pre-med, wanting to become a doctor.As Elena was placed in a sleep by Kai Parker, she would have remained that way until Bonnie died. However, Bonnie later found a way to wake her, and she reunited with her friends. Elena said her goodbye to a dying Stefan, before living a long and happy life with Damon, whom she married. Elena achieved her dream of being a doctor, before she died of old age and found peace, reuniting with her parents, Jenna and John.Elena is the last living member of the Petrova Family, and a member of the Gilbert Family.

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