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Mysteries of the Ocean - Life goes on

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  • Jennifer Jones
    Ariel swam over the edge of the coral reef from where she had been out exploring all day as she normally did and leaving her sisters with all of the chores
    Message 1 of 482 , Apr 25, 2007
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      Ariel swam over the edge of the coral reef from where she had been
      out exploring all day as she normally did and leaving her sisters
      with all of the chores that she was SUPPOSED to be doing today.
      Curious whether or not she could get in trouble for not helping the
      other females with the reef gathering although hoped that one of her
      sisters had covered for her while she had been away.

      Swimming to where she and her sisters lived she slipped into the
      coral cave quietly hoping not to wake either of her sisters up if
      either had gone to sleep already. Filled with excitement she was
      already planning out tomarrow since she planned on FINALLY going to
      explore that cursed sunken ship graveyard that the elders forbad
      anyone going into. Why in the sea would those old geezers would be
      so terrified of a place which sounded as fun as the graveyard she
      had no idea though planned to find out no matter how much trouble
      she got in. Maybe she would be able and convince one or both of her
      twin sisters to come along as well and for once they could spend the
      entire day together without having to worry about doing this or that
      to please the rest of the colony.

      One of the fish that she had met eariler today had told her stories
      about treasure down in that graveyard and she was determined to find
      out whether or not the fish at been lying. It was possible though a
      possibility which she could not think to let slip away without even
      going to have a look. Those elders were being big worry fish anyways!
    • Jennifer Jones
      Ariel laughed quietly with an odd darkness in her voice while moving around to his side near where his head was and put her lips nearly a bit into his ears as
      Message 482 of 482 , Sep 15, 2008
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        Ariel laughed quietly with an odd darkness in her voice while moving
        around to his side near where his head was and put her lips nearly a
        bit into his ears as she began to whisper. "Treat the lady with your
        all due respect worm... The sea goddess has great things to use that
        young child for and disrepect against her is the same as disrespects
        towards our dearly beloved goddess..." she whispered quietly curious
        whether she might be able to gain an interesting advantage for Arya,
        and herself for that matter, in the colony through this whole game.

        --- In Realm_light@yahoogroups.com, "CEPII" <burnthopes92@...> wrote:

        The male couldn't exactly comprehend what he had done wrong when his
        head hit the sand once again at the spirit's will, this time doing
        some more damage, his nose leaking some small amount of blood after
        making contact with the ocean floor, that of which quickly diffused
        into the ocean surrounding the two buizel and 'spirit'. "What did I do
        that time?!?" he asked, hoping to get some sort of answer from his
        tormentor as to how he was making her angry. Of course, he hadn't
        exactly received the explanation due to the still present ringing of
        the sonic boom in his ear; the contact with the ground only made it
        worse.

        Arya couldn't help but giggle at the male's distress but quickly
        redeemed herself as she asked the spirit, "Really? Obtaining an
        audience with them is extremely hard unless they desire to hold a
        meeting! You're asking him pretty much a nigh impossible task of him!"
        she giggled,--

        The male interjected with his own commentary, somewhat of a grumble,
        "That's what I said, the spirit didn't listen..."

        "Do you not know whom of which you're dealing with? Your worshipers
        may be loyal, but their ways are set in stone since the Goddess hasn't
        asked them of it," she winked as the male was still distracted with
        trying to find the spirit's voice, hoping that her sister would
        somewhat get the reason for her sounding like a suck up to the males
        who dictated the colony.

        ooc: It'd be funny for him to figure out the 'spirit's' identity after
        he tries and succeeds in turning the colony upside down :P
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