October 2 2012, 11pm
I MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISSED YOU. I still have our Rp saved. Can we continue it when you’re back again? i really love your style.
OMG I JUST CAME BACK FULL OF DOUBTS AND YOU’RE TEMPTING ME TO STAY HERE FOR EVER JUST WITH THAT COMMENT
I love you, we can continue whenever you want ;v; Just tag my name or send me a message telling me you’ve replied or something since I’m leaving off now :’D -It’s actually pretty late here-
October 2 2012, 11pm
I’m alive … I think?
Thinking about what to do with this Tumblr, don’t know if I should keep it or not, with university and all my other roleplay stuff lol … Guess I’ll try to be active once more, to try and see if I keep this or not oxo
I’ll start … uh … tomorrow maybe?
Anyways, feel fre to say hi once again xDU
August 13 2012, 11pm
Ryoko seemed to be in thought, but she quickly made some questions when she noticed that Stella was looking back at her. She just nodded at the mention of her name, and then seemed to think a bit before answering. “Because … you seemed lost, and in all the time I’ve spent here, I haven’t found another single human. And you don’t seem like a soldier either.” Stella explained, looking at the girl, head to toes. Just a normal a girl, at least as far as she could see.
Now the second question was a bit complicated to answer. How could she explain something that was so normal to her? “Well … aliens.” Ok, that wasn’t very brightening. ” … They’re very powerful, and they look mostly like humans, except for some features … “ What more was to say in the matter? ” … I don’t really know where they came from, or what are their motives, but they’re very dangerous. That’s all I know.” She calmly explained to Ryoko.
Stella didn’t wanted to mention the fact that she was a clone of the leader of those aliens. Ryoko seemed to be too confused already and she didn’t wanted the bluenette to be scared of her, so she just stayed silent, waiting to see if the girl had more questions.
Ryoko took great care to listen to every word that left Stella’s mouth. The mention of soldiers told her that there still had to be some people left in the world. She had a feeling that the people who lived on this planet wouldn’t allow themselves to die so easily. But if the destruction outside had told her anything, it was that the battle did not go well in humanity’s favor. Part wondered how this world’s version of her friends and teammates had fared in the onslaught.
“Really? They look just like us? That’s… disconcerting.” Ryoko was again surprised about what Stella had revealed. She ran her fingers through her bangs repeatedly and took a deep breath. ‘So whatever beings are on this planet are similar to organic humanoid interfaces. Are they like the ones created by the Data Overmind… or the Sky Canopy Dominion? It would be interesting to meet one, but this Stella warrants more attention? She’s not a normal human if what I’m detecting is true from her life-scans. Who are you, Stella?’
That was exactly what Ryoko planned to ask. “While I’m still rather overwhelmed by what you’ve told me, Stella, I’m happy to have made your acquaintance! But… why are you out here on your own? You look like you’re my age! And with that big gun of yours… Are you a soldier?” Ryoko knew that the twin-tailed girl had to be part of some sort of militia… or something else entirely.
“Well … not exactly the same … but mostly they resemble human with armors and big weapons. And most of them have some kind of mechanical, big hands.” Stella tried to clarify, not sure if she was doing it right. It was difficult to explain something that she didn’t really understood. For her, there were aliens and humans. Aliens tried to attack her most of the time, and she would defend herself. That was almost her life-style.
But she must admit, when she first saw the girl, she couldn’t help to feel a little hope. Maybe there were more survivors out there, hidden somewhere. Though that was pretty dumb of her, she had wandered a lot portion of the world without success, and besides, she quickly found Ryoko wasn’t from this “world”. Or “universe”. She wasn’t sure of the correct term to use.
She stared at Ryoko once more when she heard her talking. She seemed calmer, at least a bit. She sighed at her question. Seems she couldn’t hide her identity from the bluenette much more. “I … kind of … “ She started, doubt in her voice. “I was supposed to help the soldiers … but the aliens were stronger … “ Stella didn’t liked to talk about this, but she wasn’t really good at hiding things, given her mostly childish mind. “I survived … I was stronger than them …” She looked to the side, remembering her fallen friends. “I’m … I’m not human. Not like them, at least.” Her blue eyes looked right at the girl’s eyes, waiting for any reaction of fear or something alike, and at the same time hoping that wouldn’t happen.