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Isaac sat in the middle of a dusty room, dim light from the domed glass ceiling cascading down on him.
It was raining again.
No, no, no, NO!
He tore the parchment in front of him and threw its crumpled remains against the wall. It was the perfect plan. Not like the previous 46 perfect plans. This one would work. It had to work. It should have worked.
Every time... every time the same result. Why? Whats holding me back?? What am I dont wrong?!
He clutched his head so hard he would have bleed if he could. Instead the tiny turning gears pulsed and creaked under the pressure, reminding him that he was still alive.
He slumped back down to the floor, trying to clear his muddled head. It had been 3 months since Esmeralda died. 3 months since he smiled. 3 months since he left that room. And even though his body neednt sleep, nor eat - nor dream - he was quickly approaching
Isaac and Esmeralda Profile
Eye color: Violet-blue with flecks of gold
Hair color: Originally black. Due to trauma and stress from the AUM, sections of hair have lost their pigment, giving her hair the appearance of being a messy, two-toned style.
Skin: Pale with freckles
Species: Child of the AUM
Occupation: Spirit Maestro
Personality: Friendly, cheerful, naïve.
Bio: Esmeralda came to Lunar Hoax when she was 6, after the accidental death of her mother. Due to being isolated from human social situation for most of her life, along with the trauma of seeing her mother die and coping with the ever present AUM , she is somewhat social inept and sees the world as a child would see it. Her mother taught her to be strong and to remain optimistic, so despite her faults, she is outwardly friendly, helpful, and confident. Her best friends are an especially mischievous Doppelganger and a young pr
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