Namira
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December 16th, 2013, 10:39 pm #46

I'm reserving 37 btw.
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P2.5
Charlie Cade Jr | Bowie Knife | Making Friends
Grant Gault | Nailed It | PARTY TIME BOYS


SC2
Keiji Tanaka | Claw Hammer | Optimism OP
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Marilyn Williams | Hi-Point Model JHP | "G-guh-go a-ah-ah-away!" | Probably still crying
Tyler Blake | Heart and Soul | "Please don't let this keep happening." | True Patriot

Rocky: Marilyn's face x people's fists

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Natalie Chauncey | Dragunov SVD | "..." | Trauma | Team Black/Stolen
Tristan Hart | Principles | "At least I had the balls to try." | Doing right by himself | Team Grey/Gone
Mikaela Warner (adopted) | Shuriken | "It's not called the Hippocratic suggestion." | Shattered | Team Red/Around her head

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Clarisse Huntingdon | Cattle Branding Iron | |
Oswald "Oz" Stevenson | Ice Skates |

Caleb Smartt | Camouflage Onesie | "Hey, slow down a second!" | Ain't that a shot to the head |
Anastasia Flores | 1860 Henry Repeater | "Vete al infierno americano!" | White, Blue, and blood-soaked Red ||

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RF1: Ramon Fuentes | Kimber Stainless Raptor II | Team Rose Foxes/Undonned |"Shit." | A book too many
HB2: Amir Al-Asad | Trident | Team Honey Badgers/Neckerchief | "Oh COME ON." |

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Joined: May 9th, 2013, 2:21 am

December 17th, 2013, 11:11 am #47

I call Seasons 49 and 51, please!
SOTF SCDos
Brandon Baxter is holding it all together. -- Keep it secret, keep it safe.
Kasumi White is writing her story. -- She could do this.
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SOTF TV2
BB3: Matthew Weiss called a play and saw it fail. -- I'll explain the plan when we're all here.
CS3: Dougie Sharpe lost her and faded away. -- Okay.
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  • Games owned: 514
  • Games not played: 257 (50%)
  • Hours on record: 1,530.2h
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December 17th, 2013, 7:46 pm #49

After discussion:

Calling seasons is a courtesy, not a hard claim. Staff will note your expressed interest on the list, but will remove you from it should one month pass with no submission.
Current characters:

The Program: V3 Prologue:
Mina Mashall - Digital Voice Recorder - Making a good impression - "I didn't know you felt so strongly about me."
Erik Bell - Jericho .941 - Having lunch - "May I?"

SECOND CHANCES: V2:
Assorted flora and fauna

SOTF-TV V2:
EW4: Jewel Evans - Chatterbox Communicator Headsets (0/5) - Online - ELIMINATED - "Scars are just reminders to be better next time."
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The Program V1:
M06: Karl Chalmers - American Flag - The Mess Hall - DECEASED
F09: Nichole "Nikki" Campbell - 6 Pack of Beer (0/6) - Open Ground - DECEASED

The Program V2:
M08: Alexander Bonham - Steel Folding Chair - The Pine Stands - DECEASED
F20: Robin Pounds - Stress Ball - Mountain Track - DECEASED

SOTF-TV V1:
PRP3: Karen Ruiz - Glock 17 (0/17 +1 bullet), WASP Knife, Swordcane - Over and out - ELIMINATED - "I don't find pointless death funny."
W02: Renée Carlson - Straight Razor - The Resort Beach - DECEASED

SOTF-TV V2:
SS4: Austin White - Gold Retractable Spyglass - The World Oyster - DECEASED

Second Chances V1:
G16: Nicole Husher (thanks to TBH!) - Colt Single Action Army - The Makeshift Hospital - DECEASED

Second Chances V2:
B12: Richard Ormsby - x4 Flashbang Grenades - The Ravine - DECEASED
B22: William Lohman - Winchester Model 1897 - The Ravine - DECEASED

BR AU:
B15: Shuya Nanahara - No Weapon - The School Building - DECEASED
B20: Kyoichi Motobuchi - Bulletproof Vest - Tourist Association - DECEASED
G01: Mizuho Inada - Grenades (0/2) - Clinic - DECEASED

SOTF Evolution:
Subject C01: Samantha Reynolds - Facial Morphing - The Cove - ELIMINATED

VIRTUA SOTF:
M11: Richard Ormsby - Cowbell - The Corssroads Bridge - GAME OVER
M22: William Lohman - Hockey Stick - The Corssroads Bridge - GAME OVER
If you want an honest assessment of your character's storyline, feel free to PM me and I'll whip one up as soon as I am able.

Thanks to Bear/Frogue/Kotorikun/Ryuki for the avatar art.
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December 30th, 2013, 8:50 pm #50

Season 50 no longer needs to be reserved. Here it is:

Dates: 2017
Winner: Kiera Bradford (3 kills)
Runner Up: Annie Bauer (6 kills)
Third Place: Marcus White (0 kills)

Location: A small, fairly deserted island in the Caribbean, consisting mostly of dense jungles, beaches and several small and vacated settlements.

Notable Participants:
Kiera Bradford (4 kills, winner): A generally cheerful and sweet girl, Kiera earned early fame with her reaction to her weapon, a set of 3 grenades, but slipped into the background in a group of more outgoing friends. However, she displayed surprising cunning, avoiding extermination with the rest of her group, and afterwards used this to propel herself to victory. Kiera is a very popular winner for her interesting story.
Annie Bauer (6 kills, runner-up): Annie was the top killer in Season 50, a title earned by ruthless pragmatism. However, her violent actions took a toll on her mind, leading to a gradual decline in sanity. Annie earned a fanbase for her playstyle and her increasingly violent actions, as well as earning favor for her interesting change in personality, and is overall viewed as a strong villain and a great character.
Marcus White (0 kills, 3rd place): The hero of the season, Marcus was raised by doctors with intent to become one himself. A solo traveler, Marcus is notable for his philosophical nature, pacifism and
Ace Brewer and Zachary Smith (0 kills each, 5th and 6th place): A pair of extremely devoted friends, Ace and Zach earned a fair number of fans for their extremely close relationship. While some believe their relationship was more romantic than friendly, citing their deaths as evidence, their cheerful and overall heroic nature made them fairly popular.
Austin Farrow and Gary Warren (3 kills each, 9th and 11th place): A pair of intelligent, tactical players, Austin and Gary’s intelligence and planning earned the pair fans who appreciate tactics and a number of extremely memorable kills. Victims of luck more than superior skill.
Sandra Perez (1 kill, 19th place): An early favorite for a winner, Sandra was intelligent, ruthless and practical. A loner by nature, she engaged most people with caution and fled many scenes. Fortunately for her, she avoided the day 1 massacre by moments, and took advantage of it after the fact. Her scavenging and avoidant nature made her fall mostly off the radar, save for her well-known death scene.
Dirk Watanabe, Melissa Jones and Laney Crocker (0 kills each, 29th, 28th and 27th place): A group of students who agreed to travel together for protection, along with Kiera Bradford. Their relative safety was shattered on Day 3 when player team Austin Farrow and Gary Warren attacked and killed them, save for Kiera.
Alexis “Lexi” Crawford and Susanne Fisher (4 kills and 3 kills respectively, 39th and 44th place): Two aspiring players, both were considered to be eye-candy fodder until they received submachine guns as weapons. Despite not knowing each other, their coinciding attacks on one large group led to what is known as the massacre.

Summary: For season 50, 50 players were placed into the game. The producers wisely avoided any unusual gimmicks and left the season fairly standard, which many believe led to its success as a whole.

Day 1 is considered fairly standard. Kiera met up with Dirk, Melissa and Laney, her allies whom she stays with until their death. Marcus, a very spiritual young man, spends much of his time meditating and wandering, but is alone for the whole day. Annie, assigned a javelin, scores the first kill of the season when she throws it into a group and kills Joey Starr before fleeing, a hit-and-run that sets the pace for the rest of her gameplay. Ace Brewer and Zachary Smith meet up and, in a very memorable scene, engage in fake fisticuffs and generally joke around before embracing and agreeing to work together solemnly. They proceed to camp out by the beach, spending most of their time playing or relaxing. Most other students do very little until the infamous massacre.

The most notable Day 1 event is the massacre. A group of 7 students, including Sandra Perez, awoke in the largest settlement on the island and decided to camp it out. However, midway through the day, Lexi Crawford and Susanne Fisher, both assigned assault rifles, decided to attack the group, completely unaware of the other’s identical plan. They charged into the town from opposite ends, opening fire. Sandra, seeing the runners, fled mere seconds before the other girls pulled the triggers, narrowly escaping death.

In the end, Lexi scored 4 kills, including Susanne, who got 3 during the gunfight. Lexi, however, was badly wounded and Sandra, who had watched from nearby, snuck back and stabbed Lexi in the back with her assigned dagger, allowing her access to all the supplies of the dead students, including two pistols.

Day 2 brought the proliferation of several killers. Annie scored another kill early in the morning, sneaking up on a sleeping student named Harper Jenkins and using Harper’s own gun to kill her. Austin and Gary met up and, after a tense standoff, agreed to team up until, in Gary’s words, “The time is right”. Marcus, coming across the brutal massacre scene, engaged in a long funeral for each, speaking to each of the deceased in turn before moving on from the now-looted area.

Day 3 is most notable for the fall of Kiera’s team. While resting by a stream, they were discovered by Gary and Austin, who used Gary’s sniper rifle and Austin’s previous gun experience to kill Dirk from afar. When they decided to investigate, Kiera shrewdly slipped away as Melissa and Laney walked into an ambush and were shot to death. Kiera then fled deep into the jungle.

As of Day 4, Annie’s sanity began to slip. She was twitchy and jumpy after a sleepless night, and seemed scared of every shadow. A boy named Colby Connors was unfortunate enough to encounter her, spooking her from behind. She turned and screamed, before charging and tackling Colby to the ground before beating his head against the ground, killing him. She started sobbing hysterically shortly after before fleeing the scene.

Gary and Austin, unknowingly watched by Sandra, decided to camp out the stream, and were fortunate enough for a girl named Jillian Falkner to approach it, leading to Austin scoring his second kill. However, while looting her bag, he dropped the gun in the stream, ruining it. Sandra, who had up until now played well, made the error of assuming them unarmed. She charged in, firing madly with both guns, but missed every shot due to inexperience. Gary, wielding a gun of his own, returned fire. They both missed every shot, leading to a second where each froze as their weapons stopped firing, a scene made into a very popular GIF. Then, Gary threw the gun at Sandra, knocking her over and allowing him to kick her to death.

Gary and Austin’s luck ran out when Austin grew paranoid. Late at night on Day 6, Austin stoically smothered his partner, whispering, “The time’s right. Sorry, man.” He didn’t make it very far, though. Midway through the next day, Austin was approaching the beach from the jungle when he discovered Annie huddled in a ball, sobbing. Before he could react, she rolled over and shot him with the gun clenched tightly. He slumped over on top of her, resulting in her spending several minutes screaming and crying before shoving him off and fleeing. Ace and Zach, only a few yards away on the beach, opted not to investigate.

Later that night, only 6 students remained. Kiera, Zach, Ace, Annie, Marcus and a relative unknown named Anne Jones, who spent most of her game wandering aimlessly and avoiding nearly everyone by sheer bad direction. Kiera spotted Zach and Ace sleeping next to their campfire, Ace having falling asleep while on watch. She pulled out one of her grenades, and in a very well-known scene, paces back and forth towards and away from the boys for several steps before eventually, clenching her teeth, pulling the pin and throwing it at them. The explosion was not immediately fatal, and the two boys spent their last moments trying to drag themselves towards each other.

As the final 4, Kiera, Annie, Marcus and Anne were directed to the cliffs on the northern shore. Anne, arriving first, greeted Annie with a cheerful, “I swear, I have not talked to a single person in-“before being shot repeatedly in the chest. Her look of shock appears to terrify Annie, who shoves the dying but still-standing Anne off the cliff before breaking into sobs again.

Marcus and Kiera meet up only a few yards away in the jungle. Engaging in a peaceful discussion for several minutes, they agree that one of them should go home, though Marcus refuses to kill Annie and wants to talk instead. Approaching the other girl, Marcus is not followed by Kiera. He speaks gently for a few minutes with Annie, but as she sits up and smiles she shoots him with her last bullet. He slumps over, muttering, “Why?” leaving Annie alone laughing madly on the edge.

A short-lived victory is followed by a grenade from Kiera, leaving her the sole survivor and winner. She sits on a rock a few feet from the cliff, waiting.

Legacy: Good
Season 50 was a solid milestone season, which is largely attributed to a very competent group of players. The overall focus of the cast on strategic players and the emphasis on some very tactical plays makes Season 50 a very popular season with fans of the gameplay and strategy coupled with editing that made each scene extremely intense. For casual fans, the season’s hero Marcus White and the descent into villainy by Kiera Bradford make for very compelling television.

Kiera took advantage of the money she received to put herself and her now-estranged siblings through college. She currently works as a nurse in a hospital in her hometown and has no children. An extremely popular music video of her killing of Ace and Zach, with the song, “Grenade” playing went viral shortly after the episode aired.

Suggested by: Espional
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Lucy Williams: He had a point
Riley Parker: Flew too close to the gun
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Nate Chauncey: in a void
Clio Gabriella: Blew her top
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January 2nd, 2014, 10:36 pm #51

Putting in a reservation request for Season 28!
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January 24th, 2014, 8:26 pm #52

Pitch for Season 31!
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Dates: 2013
Winner: Drake Godwin (five kills)
Runner Up: Tina “Shades” Tran (one kill)
Third Place: Ananda Nagarkar (three kills)
Location: Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia

Notable Participants:
Drake Godwin (winner) – Commonly labeled an anti-hero, Drake was a decently well-liked contestant who turned to player-hunting around the one-third mark of the game, when Rayner Babcock began cementing himself as a threat. While all but one of Drake’s kills were either self-defense or noted players, the single-mindedness with which he hunted his targets and the almost brutal efficiency of his kills prevented him from being viewed in a more heroic light.

Tina “Shades“ Tran (runner-up) – At first regarded as an early out, Tina was a bubbly, popular fashionista who earned the fan nickname “Shades” for the bright yellow wrap-around sunglasses that she stubbornly refused to discard throughout the game. Tina proved to be much more cunning than viewers early on gave her credit for, as proven when she smothered Henry Abrams in his sleep and stole his issued gun. She later teamed up with Drake Godwin and was mercy killed by him after being wounded in a shootout with Ananda Nagarkar.

Ananda Nagarkar (third place) – Arguably the main villain of Season Thirty-one, Ananda is sometimes overlooked in favor of his close friend, Rayner Babcock. While Rayner was aggressive and paranoid, Ananda spent most of his time subtly goading Rayner to attack others, riding his coattails as Rayner took the title of major player. A popular theory is that Ananda had a twisted kind of romantic attraction to Rayner or at least genuinely did consider him a friend, as he became much more unstable and began killing after Rayner was killed by Drake Godwin.

Rayner Babcock (twelfth place, eight kills) – Season Thirty-one’s main player, Rayner was a basketball player who became intent on cutting down the competition early on. After joining up with his friend Ananda Nagarkar, Rayner slowly became more reckless and paranoid, charging into fights and picking up injuries. He fell afoul of Drake Godwin on the morning of Day Four, fatigue and his wounds enabling Drake to overpower him.

Leah Martin (twenty-second place, two kills) – Relatively unknown to other contestants, Leah became wildly popular among horror fans for her rapid descent into insanity or her rumored “demonic possession”, depending on who you ask. Having spent the two days in relative isolation, Leah began to believe she was being haunted and violently killed two classmates who startled her. Leah was later responsible for the (in)famous “Night of Terror” in which she ran through the facilities chaotically attacking others and culminating in her committing suicide by jumping from a third-story window.

Summary:
Season Thirty-one was held on the grounds of Weston, West Virginia’s Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, a disused psychiatric hospital famously reported to be haunted. The season was moderately-sized, with thirty-nine students participating, and had a strong focus on the history and urban legends that surrounded the hospital. At several points during the game, viewers noticed odd noises and movement on the cameras, fueling much speculation about supposed paranormal activity.

There was a steady rate of action throughout the game, with several people emerging as killers on Day One, including Rayner Babcock, the top killer for that season. A memorable scene occurred when Rayner was approached by a hysterical girl named Cassie Sheppard, who he grew increasingly frustrated with until Cassie started to shake Rayner in an attempt to make him listen to her, at which point he reacted with violence and ended up strangling her.

After killing Cassie, Rayner was approached by his friend Ananda, who had witnessed the altercation. Rayner seemed overcome with guilt, but Ananda assured him that everything was fine and offered to team up. Rayner accepted, and over the course of the day Ananda began subtly inciting him towards paranoia, which resulted in Rayner attacking and killing another student who approached them in the evening, and also sustaining a gunshot wound to his shoulder.

That night, Tina Tran scored her first and only kill by smothering Henry Abrams in his sleep. They had joined up earlier that day, with Henry trying to place himself as a sort of white knight figure and promising to protect Tina, but he made the mistake of showing her the gun he had been assigned. Tina decided that she would rather look after herself and stole Henry’s gun after smothering him.

On the second day, Drake Godwin began attracting attention after he killed Travis Ivory in self-defense, uttering a simple “Fuck you!” before bashing Travis in the head with his assigned lump hammer. The hammer would become Drake’s signature weapon, his main strategy being to catch his opponents unaware and club them on the head. Soon after, Drake encountered Tina and another student named Selena Black, and after a tense stand-off where he interrogated Tina about her murder of Henry, Drake agreed to team up with them.

Their agreement was interrupted by Rayner and Ananda, whose sudden appearance caused Selena to panic and try to flee. Rayner gunned her down, enraging Drake and causing him to declare his intention to hunt and kill Rayner and other players. Rayner attempted to shoot Drake, but Tina struck Rayner’s injured arm and caused him to drop the gun, allowing her and Drake to flee.

Ananda used Drake and Tina’s reactions to fuel Rayner’s paranoia and convince him that Ananda was his only possible ally, motivating Rayner to attack people who he felt posed a threat to Ananda. As evening fell, Drake scored his second kill on a contestant who attempted to ambush him and Tina as they settled down for the night.

The most notable event of night two, of course, was Leah Martin’s spectacular psychotic break. Having spent most of Day 1 and the entirety of Day 2 hiding from others, lack of sleep and fear of her surroundings and fellow participants seemed to be taking its toll on Leah’s mind. She began talking to herself, and several strange noises and camera distortions occurred in the area where she was hiding, causing some to speculate that she was indeed being haunted or possessed.
It was when Leah was startled by a couple sneaking into her hiding spot, looking for some privacy, that the popularly-called Night of Terror began. (It actually took place around three to four A.M. on Day 3, but the Early Morning of Terror doesn’t have quite the same ring.) After murdering the couple, Leah ran screaming through the building, attacking anyone she came across, before jumping to her death from a third-story window. Though the incident was over fairly quickly, it remains one of the most memorable events of the season.

Aside from the early-morning incident, Day 3 was the quietest of Season Thirty-one, with no other really notable incidents.

On the morning of Day 4, Ananda briefly left Rayner to gather some supplies he’d seen in another room. While he was away, Drake and Tina discovered Rayner and a fight ensued. Rayner’s accumulated injuries proved his undoing, and Drake overpowered and killed him. Ananda returned to find Rayner dead and he flew into a hysterical fit, engaging in a shootout with Tina and Drake. Both Tina and Ananda were left wounded, and Ananda went on to score two kills throughout the day.

Endgame took place on the evening of Day 4, in the hospital’s cemetery. Drake, Tina, Ananda, and a relatively low-key player named Spencer Kopski were set to be the final four. Spencer assumed he arrived first to the area, but he was ambushed by Ananda and quickly killed. When Drake and Tina arrived, Ananda began wildly firing at them, further wounding Tina. Tina and Drake quickly formulated a plan to split up, with Tina engaging Ananda in a firefight while Drake snuck around to attack Ananda. Ananda was caught off-guard and didn’t react in time before Drake bludgeoned him.

When Drake returned to Tina, it was obvious that she was mortally wounded. In a touching scene, Tina thanked Drake for keeping her company during the game and asked him to put her out of her misery. Drake took the gun and dispatched her with a quick shot to the head, leaving him as the winner.

Legacy:
• Rated as: Good
• Season Thirty-one proved quite popular with fans of horror and supernatural shows, and is credited with bringing a new demographic to SOTF.
• There is still a fair bit of speculation about whether or not there was actual paranormal activity going on during the game, or if it was due to special effects. The producers have not released an official statement one way or the other, ostensibly for publicity.
• Inspired by the ghost tours that regularly go on at Trans-Allegheny, for a short time the facilities somewhat infamously offered SOTF-related tours, inviting guests to see if they could contact the spirits of the contestants who died there. This was quickly discontinued following legal action from several families of the deceased contestants.
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February 1st, 2014, 11:10 pm #53

Reserving Season 11
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v2
F18: Tori Gavlik is DEAD and armed with a pilgrim hat, 2 blades and a lighter >> "Don't assume everybody's going to forgive you for that. People aren't nice, especially in this game."
Current: Forever dreaming in To The Clouds

v2.5
F03: Danielle Baumgartner is ALIVE and armed with a personalized dog tag, and a SIG Sauer P226
Current: Mourning in Tomb of the Forgotten

F06: Frankie Matsui is ALIVE and armed with an Uzi submachine gun
Current: Unsure of herself in Shit's Fucked and waxing in Yellow Wood

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M02: Matthew Davis is tired.
F23: Clover Dubose is laughing.
M29: Paxton Dombrowski is sleeping.

v3
Aarush Ganguly is ALIVE

Helen Klepacki is ALIVE
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Season 2
BB1 (Bronze Bears 1): Tucker Hopkins is DEAD and unarmed >> It's not like I would've made it after the game was over...
Current: Getting it over with in Going Forward

EW2 (Ebony Whales 2): Leah Bissard is DEAD and armed with a Zastava M70AB2 >> Run.
Current: Feeling regret in Gravity
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v2
G26: Bridgette Sommerfeld is DEAD and armed with a ballistic knife >> "This...is from my last fight."
Current: Cut short in Cursed are the ones who can't abide.
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Demi Olajuwon, Jr. >> Touching down
Princesa Maria Flores >> Fa la la
Wilbur Thomas "Witt" McClain >> Deo vindice
Leilani Taylor >> Oh the times, they are a'changin'
Taehyun Seo >> Defying you
Anna Mae Love >> Looking for love
Diosdado Shapiro >> A pirate's life for me
Iris Hadley >> Up in flames
Georgia Salcedo >> The pen is mightier
Jesse Drew
Dane Delrose
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F18: Tori Gavlik by Violent-Medic
Sprited Tori by Mimi
Tucker in costume by diseasedBear (with hat)
Open to constructive criticism!
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February 3rd, 2014, 10:55 pm #54

[redacted]
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v2
F18: Tori Gavlik is DEAD and armed with a pilgrim hat, 2 blades and a lighter >> "Don't assume everybody's going to forgive you for that. People aren't nice, especially in this game."
Current: Forever dreaming in To The Clouds

v2.5
F03: Danielle Baumgartner is ALIVE and armed with a personalized dog tag, and a SIG Sauer P226
Current: Mourning in Tomb of the Forgotten

F06: Frankie Matsui is ALIVE and armed with an Uzi submachine gun
Current: Unsure of herself in Shit's Fucked and waxing in Yellow Wood

~*~

M02: Matthew Davis is tired.
F23: Clover Dubose is laughing.
M29: Paxton Dombrowski is sleeping.

v3
Aarush Ganguly is ALIVE

Helen Klepacki is ALIVE
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Season 2
BB1 (Bronze Bears 1): Tucker Hopkins is DEAD and unarmed >> It's not like I would've made it after the game was over...
Current: Getting it over with in Going Forward

EW2 (Ebony Whales 2): Leah Bissard is DEAD and armed with a Zastava M70AB2 >> Run.
Current: Feeling regret in Gravity
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v2
G26: Bridgette Sommerfeld is DEAD and armed with a ballistic knife >> "This...is from my last fight."
Current: Cut short in Cursed are the ones who can't abide.
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Demi Olajuwon, Jr. >> Touching down
Princesa Maria Flores >> Fa la la
Wilbur Thomas "Witt" McClain >> Deo vindice
Leilani Taylor >> Oh the times, they are a'changin'
Taehyun Seo >> Defying you
Anna Mae Love >> Looking for love
Diosdado Shapiro >> A pirate's life for me
Iris Hadley >> Up in flames
Georgia Salcedo >> The pen is mightier
Jesse Drew
Dane Delrose
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F18: Tori Gavlik by Violent-Medic
Sprited Tori by Mimi
Tucker in costume by diseasedBear (with hat)
Open to constructive criticism!
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March 11th, 2014, 6:27 pm #55

Reserving Seasons 52 and 38, since I'm finally going to draft some lore.
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