RULES: 1. Unlimited FC, just make sure if you make a girl you have to make a boy as well. 2. Let's keep it PG-13, by that I mean with action and language. 3. If you are going to use a band member or actor please try not to use their names, and make them a original character. 4. If you have issues with a member of the board, please try to work it out peacefully amongst yourselves. 5. If you wish to me a professor ask. 6. Invite whoever. (If any questions ask below)
I picked up the newspaper that was sitting in the café. The front page headline read, "Young Man Missing". Being a curios person, I began reading the article. What I read next was so appalling that I needed confirmation. 'Sir," I said to the man behind the counter, "Would you please tell me this name right here?" I asked pointing to the paper as he gave me a strange look. "James McGee." He said. I dropped the paper and ran out of the café. A.L.M.
Venus in real colors, processed from Mariner 10 images. Image credit: Mattias Malmer / NASA.
At Yachimata, there is a legend of a deity named Tayutayu-sama who protected the area, but this deity and other so-called "Tayutai" have been lost in time. Mito and his friends discover a relic on the school grounds with mysterious patterns on it. Then, at the opening ceremony of the new school year, an equally mysterious girl named Mashiro appears before Mito. Mashiro is somehow tied to the relic and the legend of Tayutayu-sama.
[open w/ red] The voice in my head took over. It had been controlling my actions and my words for the past few weeks. It killed innocents and I could do nothing to stop it. I had finally gained some control and tried running out of my room and call for help, but it held me back and It forced me to the floor. I managed to break a few glasses on the way. I hear someone barge into my room.
St. Bernadette died in 1879 and was canonized a saint in 1933. Her body was exhumed in 1909 and fount incorruptilble. It was exhumed again in 1919, still incorruptible. In 1925 she was placed in a crystal coffin, in a chapel in the Church of St. Gildard at the covent of Nevers where she has been on view ever since, still incorruptible.