Samir Handal | With someone | Outside
Samir’s eyes fluttered open after a couple of attempts, as the gunk in them was forcing his lashes together. When his eyes adjusted to the dull light of his lonesome cabin, he was able to look around. This wasn’t home, nowhere near it. His mother and grandparents were back home and he missed them, so much. This had been his second night at this camp, and he already knew that this was no home for him. His heart wasn’t it. Only one person was here that even resembled home; his best friend, no, his only friend, Eden. Sitting there thinking about it for a minute, left his eyes wet. He wiped a tear from his cheek and got up to use the facilities. Showering and brushing his teeth, he then changed into a peach T-shirt, khaki shorts, and trainers, as well as pulling on a bright yellow raincoat over the top. Time for food, he needed food now. Samir left his cabin with his hands in his pockets, trudging along to the pavillion, when he realised that everyone else was going somewhere else. The hood of his yellow raincoat had water running down over his face, creating a waterfall in front of his eyes He couldn’t see much except for the vague outline of someone in front of him. “Excuse me, would you mind telling me where everyone is going, please?”, he called out to them, despite being in close proximity. He hadn’t even realise it was his best friend.
@Yomama - Eden
Remington "Remy" Walsh | with Someone | Big House
Remy was awake and up reasonably early and quickly. Noticing the boy next to him, Sage, whom he assumed must have been his half-brother but hadn’t had a conversation with him. So he had no idea if this were true. Yet, he didn’t wake him and went to shower and primp instead. Noticing the sounds of rain and the coolness in the air, Remy wore this outfit, as heels probably wouldn’t be appropriate in this sort of weather. He walked out of the bathroom quietly, grabbing his rainbow umbrella to put it up outside.
Hearing the announcement, he arrived at the Big House, where Remy carefully shook his umbrella of the water droplets and closed it. He looked around at the few people conjugating around the large room.
Ebony | with Someone | Big House
In the corner of Wadjet’s cabin, lay nothing but a snake coiled on the floor. It was sleeping. Though one wouldn’t have been able to tell this since its eyes were open. It woke a second later, stretching out and extending its body before changing form. In a blink of her now human eye, stood Ebony where the snake had been. She yawned and went to ready herself in the bathroom. A few minutes later, Ebony came out wearing one of her hippie/gypsy-like out outfits. Although hearing the rain, she hated the thought of getting wet. So she opened the door a sliver and changed back into her snake form before slipping through the crack in the now open door. She head toward the pavillion, toward the dry again, until changing course and following everyone else. The snake was forced to go slower since she didn’t want to get a mouthful of mud, so she held her head up while slithering over.
Once there, she slithered into the centre of the room to allow the water to drop off her snake body, then changed back to herself. Completely dry. Ebony looked around before walking slyly and carefully over to the corner on the far side of the room.
Venedict Moumiè | with Someone | Big House
Venedict woke up with a low patter of rain falling around only him and his bedding. The rest of his eerie cabin was dry. Despite his bed being saturated, he was neither wet, nor cold. Possibly one of the perks to the powers he couldn’t control. A loud sigh escaped his lips and he sat up. This rain cloud drizzled off and stopped, though he could still hear the sound of rain. Venedict looked out the small cabin window to find it actually raining. That’s just perfect, he thought. A day to match this feeling. Throwing back the covers, he looked around the floor for clothing. He found some, it was all black, from his trench coat to his combat boots. Not ideal if he were on an expedition with his father, but it would do for where he was.
Venedict left his cabin and followed the crowd, remembering that there was a meeting. He had been told that that was the where he should go this morning. The rain poured down him, soaking through his clothes and lashing his face. It was obscuring his view slightly and he didn’t see the person in front of him, walking into them and tumbling over into the mud. Quickly turning to see who he’d hit, he apologised. “S-Sorry, S-so sorry. I didn’t see you in the rain, I’m not used to this rain. Ar-are you okay?”
APPROACHABLE to someone he crashed into…
Jamal | with someone | Heading to the Big House via the beach
Jamal awoke with a start, possibly from some kind of bad dream that they couldn’t remember. Getting out of bed, they made their way to the mirror to look at their reflection. The same reflection they had now had for 8 days, just before arriving at this camp. Jamal definitely felt male this time around, though it was weird because it also didn’t feel like that. They went to the shower and then shoved on the same clothes, as they really didn’t have anything else to wear. Probably because the last change in person was a female and much smaller than they were currently.
Jamal left the cabin for the big house, getting quite soaked from the rain. Although, they didn’t want to go straight there and took a very long detour to the beach. Just to walk along on the sand. They missed the hot grounds of Africa.
APPROACHABLE at the beach…
Dustin Mansor | with Someone | Big House Patio
Luckily for Dustin, he hadn’t seen that little sproglet who he’d taken to the camp with him. It wasn’t that he disliked Abigail, she was cute and he liked her just fine. It was just that she tended to never leave his side. Following him around everywhere, as if she were in love with him or something. Dustin secretly hoped that she found some other poor sucker to idolise and follow around.
Though it was early morning in this place, on his fifth day, and he was up early doing his extensive workout routine. He did this before changing, shower, and breakfast. Though in the back of his mind, he was still annoyed that he felt like nothing had been done to solve their problem. So, it was time for a shower and to change into cargo shorts and a sleeveless hoodie. Then he left for breakfast.
Arriving at the pavillion, he noticed no one there and look back outside to see everyone heading to the big house. He sprinted there across the grounds and onto the patio. Seeing his buddy Akio standing there, he made his way over to them, flicking the water out of his hair with his hand. “This weather takes ‘getting wet’ to whole a new level, am I right?” Dustin smiled smugly at his crude joke. “Are you the type to let the weather affect you going for a run?”
@Daunt - Akio
Abedabun "Abigail" Tlalli | With Someone | Big House
Late to stir from her slumber, Abigail awoke alone in the Heimdall cabin, wondering where her half-siblings had gone off too without her. Not that it was a problem. So far in death, she had dealt with being alone, not being with her family. She knew they were long dead now. She also considered the other Norse Demigods as her family and friends now anyway. Abigail climbed out of her blankets and pressed her sock adorned feet onto the floor. It had been cold for her lately and for some reason, she was feeling the cold more than ever. So she got herself ready and changed into something warmer, yet cute. She also slipped on her grey tights and baby pink converse.
It was time for breakfast but she remembered that there was a meeting first. She grabbed her pink umbrella and left her cabin, running for the big house so her bottom-half didn’t get too wet. Upon arrival there, she closed her umbrella and started making her way into the room. She spun around on the spot, looking for Dustin, who she hadn’t really seen since he helped her get here. Not seeing him in the area, she decided to take a seat between two other cute people. Maybe they’d talk to her?
Though no one was, which disheartened Abigail. So to perk herself up, she started looking around for the people she’d taken a fancy to since arriving. Of course, there was Dustin, she could see him just outside, talking to another boy who he seemed to hang out with a lot since being here. There were a few others she saw, but not, Anatolio. Where was he… The at the moment she asked herself that, she saw him thought the doorway, walking toward the big house. Leaping off her seat, she ran outside, awaiting his arrival at the top of the veranda stairs so she would get wet. It was only a bonus that she was now close to Dustin too, just to her right. Abigail smiled and stared at Anatolio, then lifted her hand to give him a small wave.
@melancholy - Anatolio Rhysleigh Hope you don’t mind me saying he’s walking over. I can change it if you do, it’s not a problem.