I'm a licensed bird dealer from Ga specializing in Ringneck Doves.
In my spare time, I'm an avid RPer.
At the moment, I have a grown fankid, two active trolls, and an interesting hybrid monster.
Feel free to interact with any of them. ^v^
I'm a godawful artist, so unless something drastic happens, all non-photography artwork posted will be commissions of characters involved in my RPs.
This is my RP and musing hub.
Love y'all. <3
Current M!A's: None.
cotestuck asked: Hi therre, sweety. ^v^ Hoow arre yoou feeling?
I’m feeling alrRright? Life’s been going about as quietly as it can. What about you?
Aboout the same.
I heard Del foound oout what was making yoou squishy a while agoo.
Was he rright?
Yup! I’ve got it contained in a jarRr now, it might come in useful laterRr.
Thinking yoou coould make a weapoon oof it?
drizztmiddle asked: Dani? Eight days, ma friend. I replied and posted things, you must nota saw or yer busy. Either way it doesn't matter. It's been like 8 days now though, or am I not seeing your replies?
Other way around. My dash has been eating them, so I’m missing about half the replies I get it seems.
Fate, it feels gooood too get oout oof the hive forr a bit!
A young Jade-blood was sleeping peacefully in a tree.
This young Jade had met Risori before. A very long time ago. She’d snuck him through a slaver’s field at great personal risk, and he’d never gotten a chance to thank her.
He’d changed a lot since then. He was taller, stronger, and had a much higher bounty on his head, especially since he’d found the Underground. All the followers of the Sufferer’s teachings, exchanging ideas and plans. Some of it was military, but mostly it was an exchange of knowledge. He was about 9 and a half sweeps old, and one of the most wanted trolls on Alternia.
And he was asleep in a tree, which just happened to lay in the path of Risori
Risori Soleil was generally a cautious, secretive troll, preferring to travel nut-creature like through the branches to avoid easy detection..
Not even she could have said what possessed her to stroll along he ground today, but she had not let down her guard entirely.
The deep, even breaths of one settled into a sound sleep were unmistakable, pricking the sensitive ears of the wary little mutant.
Her instinct would have been to get off the ground regardless of where the sound originated, but a strange troll in part of he territory shared by her quadrants drew her close.
When she had to, the diminutive Empath could move with near absolute silence. If the other troll were a potential foe, it would be best not to wake him before she’d claimed the high ground.
Slowly, carefully, she settled herself belly down on a limb just above his so that she could comfortably examine his face.
Sweeps and miles lay between her last encounter with the familiar Jade, but after only a few moments, recognition dawned.
Her damaged larynx had not recovered enough for the incredulous exclamation to be much louder than a whisper.
Sweeps of being on Alternia’s most wanted list had tuned his ears to be almost as sharp as Risori’s, and he opened his eyes.
"Well hi there. How do you kno…wait…"
His eyes widened and he leaned forwards, looking incredulous.
"You’re that empath…Ri…Rim…RISORI!"
He was so pleased at remembering that he lost his balance and toppled out of his tree, in a manner that would remind anyone who’d met him of the Doctor.
In fact, being an Empath you might sense other similarities between them. A strong sense of duty, wisdom, and kindness, mixed with an inner darkness. It was almost as if they were related somehow, maybe Ancestor and Descendant, but that was, of course, completely impossible.
The major difference between them was that Newton, being quite young, had mercy, something the Doctor had lacked.
He got to his feet and brushed himself off, grinning widely.
"Well, fancy meeting you around here."
Risori grinned and went to nod, but flattened her ears and winced sympathetically as he flopped backwards to the ground.
"Ooooh. Arre yoou ookay?:"
She called, leaning farther out that it looked like she should have been able to. Small, sure footed, and well suited to the trees, she could nearly stand horizontally on the trunk.
It was probably for the best that Risori’d spent so little time with the Doctor. Had she recognized the similarities enough to link the two, there would have been very little fondness shown to the otherwise welcome Jade.
Once assured he hadn’t been injured, she dropped lightly to her feet and threw her arms around his waist.
"Fancy meeting me anywherre. Noot like I have a terrrritoorry."