A Beautiful Death (Attn. Sam, Orion, Summer)

North West of Bay side, Brunswick village is the hip and up and coming neighborhood with small restaurants, coffee shops and corner stores. The old rail road once went through Brunswick but was decommissioned in the late 40s, now the Caboose and a few of the older passenger cars serve as a quint restaurant and hang out, called "The Tug"
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A Beautiful Death (Attn. Sam, Orion, Summer)

Postby Jakondite » Fri Jul 07, 2017 6:46 am

It was a beautiful solemn Saturday, when the doorbell would ring. It was not the usual kind of door ring either - the UPS man had, apparently, been commissioned to deliver a rather large, thin package. There was no return address, and the package simply had the address that it was to be delivered to. The package is roughly five feet tall, and six feet wide - about an inch in thickness, covered in thin cardboard.

The package is fairly light - it really only required one person dragging it to get it into the living room.

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Re: A Beautiful Death (Attn. Sam, Orion, Summer)

Postby Elsaa » Sat Jul 08, 2017 1:52 am



*well what would a bored teenager do in the middle of the day at the door ringing and a package getting delivered... but of COURSE open the door and get the package, blinking at the size of it, uuh.... * WE've got something!.. uh... of something... in the.... something? *she blinked at it, at first not really thinking she can move it, but seeing the man dind't have THAT much trouble, she moved, dragging it in, and looking for a 'whom' sent.... curiosity edging... she ... of COURSE means to wait for Jack or Sam, mean their house, more than likely their package.... but ... curiosity!!! she did.... like not meaning startd trying to peek from a corner*
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Re: A Beautiful Death (Attn. Sam, Orion, Summer)

Postby Jakondite » Sat Jul 08, 2017 2:16 am

Well it's not a book, that's for darn sure. From peeking inside of it or utilizing your amazing deductive skills, you determine that it is likely a picture, mirror, or some other rectangular object in which to set or hang on the wall. The peeking merely confirms this logic, and if you peek further you may be able to gather hints as to the material which this object is comprised of!

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Re: A Beautiful Death (Attn. Sam, Orion, Summer)

Postby Elsaa » Sat Jul 08, 2017 2:21 am

*She humms, looking up to see if Jack or Sam are comming, then back through her peekey hole.... alrgith, juuuust a tinsy bit more of looking, she carefully makes a line, enough to be able to catch a good look of it! mirror, thiny? what?!?!?!?!*
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Re: A Beautiful Death (Attn. Sam, Orion, Summer)

Postby Jakondite » Sat Jul 08, 2017 2:27 am

You vaguely suspect that it may be a painting.

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Re: A Beautiful Death (Attn. Sam, Orion, Summer)

Postby Elsaa » Sat Jul 08, 2017 2:36 am



humm! *welll.... juuust a bit more of a peeking dind't hurt no one, right?! sides it dind't say EXACTLY Who it was for..... yeup.... she kept making the tear larger, to see! oh gosh she wanted to see! see!!! yea! open!*
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Re: A Beautiful Death (Attn. Sam, Orion, Summer)

Postby Jakondite » Sat Jul 08, 2017 2:53 am

It's fairly easy to get out of it's packaging. The painting is a rather beautiful work of art - a portrait of an outside view of a city. The streets are fairly empty, windows closed and shut. It was obvious that this was the kind of work that was hand done - you can see the paint and how it edges up ever so slightly. It's captivating, really. You can imagine the artist looking outside their window every day, and seeing this vision in the morning.

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Re: A Beautiful Death (Attn. Sam, Orion, Summer)

Postby Elsaa » Sat Jul 08, 2017 2:59 am

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*okaay that was... rather not as she had imagined! it was nice though! so she held the upper bit with one hand and knelt in front to watch it, head tilting* yea! Got something... do we know a paintor? painter? paintor? *she blinked, and looking for the painting signature, letting her fingers gingerly touch the image, because... well just because its what youd id when pcitures were cool and no one was looking!*
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Re: A Beautiful Death (Attn. Sam, Orion, Summer)

Postby Jakondite » Sun Jul 09, 2017 2:59 am

You can feel the dried paint of the painting underneath your fingertips. You can feel hints of dried oil works on the tips of your fingertips. You can feel the slight elevation where the paint is heavy. You can smell the paper and the paint - old, a strange scent. As you touch the painting, you almost feel like it's so real you could fall right in.

In fact, you do. There is a touch of magic that seems to permeate the air - and you find yourself falling, falling, falling - into another world.

The world is identical to the painting in every way - only, now it is more real. A city scape, painted real - made of three dimensional ink and isolated. You fall from the sky, onto the dried painted grounds, but are relatively unharmed in the fall.

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Re: A Beautiful Death (Attn. Sam, Orion, Summer)

Postby Elsaa » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:49 am



*ooh that WAS... funny, to feel the bumps of the painting, mean you usually don't get to do that cause they are looking at you like saying 'if you touch it I'll rip your eyelashes and paste them to your fingers!' but WHY would a nyone want to do.... EEEEH! She let out a scream, surprised, and.. well yea.... cause THAT WAS SCARY!!!!!, and actually first tried to hold onto something, then... as she actually fell she tried to to to.... GACK! what?! wait?! what?! * uh oh....* MAYBE that was why they dind't want you to touch things....*

*So... she.... straightened, trying to asses the damage, looking around and uuh... calling* JAAAAAAAACK!...???
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