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Hanna Massey
Posted: Mar 5 2012, 07:42 PM


First Year || 16


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 25
Member No.: 182
Joined: 5-March 12



Outfit

So the cabin she had been staying in for the past week turned out to be her definite home. It was a bit.. of a mess, really. But it was a bed and it was a home and she was safe from monsters so Hanna really couldn't say anything about it. A home was a home. It was better than with her fighting parents of which her dad had turned out to not really be her dad. It was a bit confusing but at least now she knew who her real dad was. And she had siblings! She was alright with having siblings. She'd always been an only child and now she suddenly had a cabin full.

And one sister. She hadn't actually talked to her sister but since they were now going to be sleeping in one room it was probably a good idea to go seek her out and introduce herself to her. She didn't exactly feel like it but it was sort of good to make friends. Her mother had told her to try to make friends when she was going to be off to camp. She didn't particularly feel like making friends but ah well. She would have to.

Though first she was going to unpack her bags. She had kept them packed until now in case she had to move off to some other cabin but it was alright now. She was claimed now and she could unpack them. The first step: her shoes. She absolutely loved shoes. Her feet were the thing she treasured most so why shouldn't she use shoes to make them look good all the time. So she carefully put her pile of shoes under the edge of her bed so she could always find them when she wanted to wear a specific pair. So. What next?
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Ethan Anderson
Posted: Mar 5 2012, 09:57 PM


Second Year || 17


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 186
Member No.: 72
Joined: 30-June 11



Ethan just got back from training in the arena. Yes, he went out training and he trained hard. Time to get rid of this endless rage he had. He shrugged a bit about himself and made way to the cabin. It happened, get over it. Easier said than done, but he wasn't going to let that ruin his day today. He had lost a few weeks, okay okay, days, in pouting and whining and nagging and sobbing and raging and more like that over Gwen and he just got too tired of that. Yep, no. Just no.

He walked into the cabin and threw off the jacket thing he had claimed back from Gwen. She'll get it again if it was ever going to work out. He flopped down on his bed and opened a freshly stolen can of cherry coke before he noticed a new face in the cabin. He raised an eyebrow at the amount of shoes that came out of her bags. Damn girls knew how to pack. What Ethan did was just dump a whole lot of stuff in his backpack and zip it up. He didn't really care about the amount of space he lost because of it. He just took what he needed and that was alright. But nooo girls always had to take more shoes and... stuff. This one looked like she had a new pair for every day of the week. Or every outfit, he wasn't sure.

Then he wondered if she had stolen them, because he knew he would, or something. Depended on the price.. or..the amount of people in the store. He eyed her. To say or not to say something about her shoes. He knew that if he didn't, Crystal would, for sure. But he wasn't really all that.. good with comments so he decided to say nothing. Well.. nothing apart from.. a welcome.

"Hey there newbie," he said with a grin on his face and sipped from his can. "Want one? They're still cold."
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Hanna Massey
Posted: Mar 5 2012, 10:21 PM


First Year || 16


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 25
Member No.: 182
Joined: 5-March 12



Hanna hadn't exactly expected anyone to come in while she was unpacking. But a voice from behind her made her turn around and look the blonde boy that had just entered over. He looked like he could be a sibling of her. So he probably was. And he greeted her with newbie. Well, wasn't that nice. She remembered hearing his name somewhere before. Well, obviously if he was in this cabin she would know his name by now. And yet it had slipped her mind. She simply didn't care enough for the people at this camp to remember their names so she wasn't going to. It was simple as that. But perhaps learning this boy's name would be a good idea if he was indeed her half brother.

"Hi." Hanna simply said and turned back to unpacking her stuff when he offered her a drink. Once again she turned back to him with a slight sigh and she gave him a half smile. "No thanks. I'm fine." she was trying, really. She didn't mean to sound like she didn't want to be his friend, if that was perhaps what he thought she sounded like. So she had to try harder. And meet the other people in this cabin and possibly be nice to them. And wasn't this guy the cabin leader or something anyway?

So. Playing nice for Hanna today. And playing nice was going to mean apologising for forgetting his name and then asking his again and properly introducing herself and shaking his hand. That's what she was going to be doing then. "I'm sorry, I forgot your name in meeting all of these new people." Lie. Complete lie. She hadn't remembered anyone's name because she didn't take the time to. "I'm Hanna Massey." she said and extended a hand to her new brother for him to shake it, or leave it. "Nice to meet you, yeah?"
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Ethan Anderson
Posted: Mar 5 2012, 10:36 PM


Second Year || 17


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 186
Member No.: 72
Joined: 30-June 11



"Hi," he said dryly to her. Whoever greeted each other with 'hi' anymore these days anyways? Ah well, she was trying, give the girl a break. "Hey, so." he said, looking at her stuff. No shiny things huh? Well who knew... okay wait no. He couldn't steal from his siblings, that was something he promised that Mr. D thing. God or not, he was just a .... thing to Ethan.

"Don't like cherry coke?" he asked. He couldn't imagine that people didn't like it, but then again, it was maybe not the first choice of... wherever she came from. Even though he really doubted if it had to do with nationality. He shrugged and took a huge sip from his can, covering his mouth so he didn't belch out in front of her. Now that would he rude. And kind of... disgusting and since he wasn't one of those Ares pigs, he wouldn't do that. At least the Hermes kids have a little style. Yeah really. He moved over to a chair an flopped down in that, lounging back and popping his feet up on the small coffee table that was stolen from the Aphrodite cabin just there.

He raised his eyebrows at her. She sounded a little indifferent for someone who had 'just forgotten' his name. But it was alright, he could remember how it was like for him when he was just new. Lots of people, lots of faces and lots of non-important people storming into his life with names that were so called unique and therefore not so easy to remember.

"Ethan, Ethan Anderson," he said and lazily reached up to shake her hand. His hands were still a little blue from hitting trees but he didn't really care about that now. "Yeah nice to meet you. So.." he said and motioned her to sit down in the chair opposite him. If she was his new sister, he might as well get to know her. He wondered how much of his Australian accent had disappeared over the year.

This post has been edited by Ethan Anderson on Mar 5 2012, 10:38 PM
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Hanna Massey
Posted: Mar 6 2012, 07:06 PM


First Year || 16


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 25
Member No.: 182
Joined: 5-March 12



Well, Hanna greeted people with ‘hi’. Hi was a nice way of greeting people without giving away too much of where you came from. At her school in Florida, at least her ‘hi’ sounded somewhat the same as the other people. Her Kiwi accent was too obvious in most other greetings and while after a while the people managed to get used to it, it was still present in her speech and people were always set on not letting her forget that she was different from them.

“Cherry coke is alright.” Hanna said and shrugged lightly. She didn’t feel like unpacking anything anymore. The most important stuff was already out of her bag anyway. Her shoes. “I’m just not really thirsty right now but thanks for the offer.” Hanna said and once again tried to force out a smile. Gosh this was hard. He sounded different as well. He sounded.. well, like an Aussie, really. Upon realizing this her nose automatically wrinkled slightly but she accepted his handshake and sat down in the chair.

“Yeah, nice to meet you.” Hanna said and pulled up her knees onto the chair and rested her chin on one of them. “I’ll make sure to remember your name now.” Hanna said with another half smile. This time it was definitely more honest and she felt good about herself making progress. He was her brother, anyway, so she had to at least like some of them. It would be horrible if she didn’t like any one of her siblings. Oh the horror of having to live with people you hated.

And as he spoke more it became obvious that he was indeed Australian. “So, you from Australia, then?” she asked in her own little accent. It usually bugged her when she was around Australians. Not so much because she hated the people so much, but whenever she was or even wasn’t around them, people would assume that she was Australian herself. And she wasn’t. She was far from being from that sodding island even if her own was an island even smaller She just didn’t want to be called something she wasn’t, yeah?
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Ethan Anderson
Posted: Mar 6 2012, 10:13 PM


Second Year || 17


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 186
Member No.: 72
Joined: 30-June 11



Personally, Ethan was pretty oblivious when it came to accents and dialect and everything like that. He was a classic boy when it came to that. If it wasn't Australian, he didn't recognise it. Okay, apart from British English, because he did recognise that. And her accent of course, the New Zealand accent. Joy, he wasn't the only one from far away anymore. So he would be pretty idiotic if he didn't recognise those two accents. But then again, he wasn't the smartest around. In some areas, yes, in other areas.. not so much. But he wasn't really bothered with it though. He knew what he was supposed to know and that was enough. What else was needed?

“Alright? It's heaven!” he said. Well, he liked ginger ale too, actually. Maybe he'll 'find' that for next week, or something. He liked that, some difference in drinks every other week. And every time he thought about stealing, or, how he calls it 'taking without asking', a grin appeared on his face. A mischievous one, which basically told anyone he was up to something. Clearly that was one of those Hermes traits. “You're welcome, I've got enough, if you ever want one. Unless our roomies decide to take it,”

“You better,” he said. And now she was going to say 'or else' and he had to think of the 'or else' before she asked it, otherwise he would... be unbelievable immediately. But actually Ethan disliked threatening. Unless it was that stupid plastic boy from the Aphrodite cabin. He'd threat him for fun. Maybe he'd made a game out of it: Aphrodite boy hunting/shooting/'insert other option here', maybe Hanna wanted to join. Or not. Maybe she was one of those goodie two shoes. He hoped not. That would be pretty lame.

He looked at her. She was actually the first he had met in camp that immediately knew he was from Australia. The rest always asked 'where are you from', or 'are you from America'. It had annoyed Ethan to tell people over and over again that he was not American and that he came from Australia. “Yeah, how could you tell? Wait! Don't tell... there's a kangaroo behind me, isn't there?” he mocked her, just a bit. Not realising of course that he was making a fool out of himself here. But he really didn't give anything about it, at all.. he was just having fun. By himself, or with her. That was her own decision.

This post has been edited by Ethan Anderson on Mar 6 2012, 10:31 PM
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Hanna Massey
Posted: Mar 6 2012, 10:39 PM


First Year || 16


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 25
Member No.: 182
Joined: 5-March 12



Hanna usually didn’t care much about accents either but when it came to her own country and how people misunderstood her accent often, well, she cared about that. Not that she wasn’t going to give this Ethan guy a fair chance just because he was from Australia. She knew better than that. And yes, she was pretty sure now that he was their cabin leader.

“I guess.” She said when he told he it was heaven. There were a lot of things that could be called heaven, she supposed, but cherry coke wasn’t exactly one of them. It was just a beverage that had a nice taste. Nothing more than that. And if she wasn’t thirsty she didn’t need to drink. “I’ll let you know when I get thirsty.” Hanna said and gave him another smile. He definitely looked like he was up to something. Silly him. It actually brought a genuine smile to her face because usually she’d be the one up to things. Maybe he was more like her than she had thought. Maybe they all were.

“Oh I better? Or what? What are you going to do?” Hanna said with a raised eyebrow and in a rather joking tone. What was that, even, Hanna making jokes? And if she had heard about his Aphrodite boys hunting plan, she might have actually laughed out loud. It was a strange feeling to Hanna. This guy was new to her. Very new, and yet he managed to make her smile and want to laugh. Like a real brother. And for the first time in her life she realized that she had actually really missed having a sibling.

Of course then he had to go make a stupid Australia comment and she just shook her head with a smile. “A kangaroo, really?” Hanna asked and gave him a look that practically shouted ‘are you kidding me’ because he really did just say that. Again – silly him. “But no, no kangaroos. Unless you see a Kiwi behind me, then I see a kangaroo behind you as well.” Hanna said and although she was joking, her voice sounded rather serious. She really had to work on that.
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Ethan Anderson
Posted: Mar 7 2012, 12:12 AM


Second Year || 17


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 186
Member No.: 72
Joined: 30-June 11



Oh Ethan figured that he'd know where people came from in the end, even if he didn't ask. That's how.. people were these days, weren't they? All spontaneous and blabby about their story, or.. life or whatever. He noticed that he didn't even have to ask new campers about their Godly parent, because they would tell him anyways. So it was only a matter of time that people told him where they came from. Well she didn't have to. There was only one play with the Kiwi accent (or so he thought) and that was New Zealand.

He wondered what this girl saw as heaven. Chocolate probably, she was a girl right? No surprise there. He lounged a bit more and sipped from his coke. He observed her, because he was bored. She didn't really say much and he was too lazy to think of a subject. For now at least, who knew what would happen in five minutes. “Yeah, you do that,” he said. If she was thirsty, she had to ger up herself and get the coke. Because he was not going to stand up anytime soon. She surely was smiley, which was good. She wasn't that grumpy as all those grumpy Ares kids. Even Pepper, there was no fun there!

“Or I may or may not prank you in your sleep.” he said. Oh it had been ages ago since he last pranked someone and it had been good. He had been famous at his old school for pranking. Okay okay, it was negative among teachers. But the students all thought it was quite fun. He really wanted to prank again, and if he had to pick a target, he'd definitely pick Ken doll. Because there was no way that he could prank without making him cry. He almost knew for sure that popping a balloon in the dark was enough to make the 'pretty boy' cry, which was hilarious and a tat mean, but that didn't matter.

“Nah, a Koala bear.” he said, laughing. He did saw her look. But again, he was just joking around and she didn't seem annoyed, or to think that he was stupid so aaaaall was good. No problem. “No, I don't see a Kiwi..” he said, knowing it's about the bird. “But however, I think I do spot a pineapple over there.” he grinned and laughed, drinking more coke. Damn this stuff was making him hyperactive, which was good after those depressive days. Exactly what he needed, wasn't it?
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Hanna Massey
Posted: Mar 7 2012, 10:10 AM


First Year || 16


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 25
Member No.: 182
Joined: 5-March 12



Hanna hadn’t exactly noticed the great need for people to introduce themselves with their cabin, birthplace and probably social security number and perhaps even adding their bloodtype and allergies. No, Hanna never needed to tell anyone anything for if they were really interested in it they would ask. And as for cabins, she could assume that being inside of this cabin actually unpacking your things meant that you were a child of Hermes. Even if all the undetermined kids were in there, somehow the actual Hermes kids were so obvious around the others. She supposed it was a looks thing. They all had different mothers and yet they all seemed to have some likeness with each other.

And as for what Hanna saw as heaven? Definitely not chocolate. Sure she enjoyed eating it as much as any person minus maybe allergic people but it definitely wasn’t what she thought of as heaven. No, she’d much rather have a nice day with a nice temperature with great running shoes and some music. She could keep running all day and that would have been heaven to her. Just running and more running. But since Ethan never asked, she wasn’t actually going to tell him this. Again for the not needing to share much information with anyone at all. It was none of his business.

And when he talked about pranking her in her sleep, well, that was nice. She simply shook her head and rolled her eyes lightly. “You? Pranking me in my sleep?” Hanna asked and raised an eyebrow at him. “You know the worst prankers are the one that prank people in their sleep. It’s a sign of weakness and not being able to prank someone when they are awake.” Hanna said and stood up. “I’m thirsty now.” She said with a smile and walked over to where he had his cokes and grabbed one before sitting back down. This conversation sure was turning interesting.

Especially now that he was talking about koala bears. Koalas were rather friendly creatures. And when he mentioned seeing a pineapple instead of a Kiwi she couldn’t help but laugh. Wow. That was a first. Maybe this camp was going to actually be fun rather than completely boring all the time. “Well, I think I see a banana.” Hanna said and pointed at a spot right behind him, hoping that she looked convincing enough to make him actually turn around and look at the spot. Now that would be funny.
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Ethan Anderson
Posted: Mar 9 2012, 09:16 AM


Second Year || 17


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 186
Member No.: 72
Joined: 30-June 11



Ethan was quit content with his new sister. She was different from Crystal, which may be either a good or bad thing. Crystal was meaner, that was for sure. Though he could handle her, that wasn't that big of a deal. He never told anyone in what cabin he was. It was quite obvious, since he had quite some bad reputation with Mr. D. It was his own fault, he was the one that got caught. Very stupid indeed. Somehow he seemed to go well with all his siblings, which was a good thing. He had heard that some cabins had fights, but then again: that could be another rumour.

Ha, maybe Ethan was a little more lazy then he thought himself. He couldn't imagine running all day, that was too much of physical exercise. Well, that and it was totally not adventurous. No, Ethan was a bigger fan of the lava climbing wall and if he had to exercise, he'd hang out in the Arena, play with a lot of weapons. Though he could run quite fast. Maybe it was a Hermes thing? He didn't know and honestly he wasn't really interested in it either. “So, then what do you like?” he asked her, sitting up a bit from his lazy position. He had finished his coke and put the can down on the table.

He laughed. Okay that was a true thing. “You think I only prank when it's dark?” he asked her. “Seriously? No, no, pranking you in your sleep is just a welcoming to this cabin. Don't you worry, we'll go out pranking together one day. That is, if you can handle it. Maybe we'll let you do a test run first, see if you're good enough,” he said. He was making it all up of course. They've never done that before and they wouldn't do it now either. Being a Hermes kid equaled being good in pranking. He just hoped she would be a little more active in that, seeing as he didn't see Crystal or Jax do any of it.

The fun thing was, that he knew there wasn't a banana. Still, he looked backwards at the spot. There was a cabinet there, holding stuff, obviously. He knew what kind of stuff. Water guns, fake mice, pranking stuff! Hilarious that she pointed that out. He turned back to her and grinned. Somehow he needed to think of a next prank target, or targets. He really was in his element right now. He normally wasn't all that pranky, but he really felt like doing it now. Or maybe he was just showing off to impress his new sister.That would be something he would do. But then again, everyone had a favourite sibling right?
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Hanna Massey
Posted: Mar 9 2012, 11:48 PM


First Year || 16


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 25
Member No.: 182
Joined: 5-March 12



Hanna hadn’t exactly spoken to most of her siblings yet, mostly because most of them didn’t exactly interest her much. She didn’t even remember most of their names. There was one other girl who she supposed she should be getting to know at some point for they were in the same room, but eh. Girls were usually a bit stupid anyway. But Ethan seemed like a nice guy and she supposed if she was to make a real friend, she’d choose him. Siblings were cool and he was nice so why not? Friends, yeah?

When he sat up she slightly shifted in her seat as well. It was a natural reaction to someone else moving, she knew that. She usually paid attention to it so she could try to avoid it. She didn’t really need people to think she was interested, a lot of the time. But she was interested in talking to Ethan now so when he asked her what she liked she slightly shrugged. “I like running. I used to be the top on my team but it doesn’t really matter anymore now because now I know that it’s because of my dad, so none of my accomplishments in running feel like they don’t matter anymore. Like they’re nothing.” Hanna said and took a sip of her coke. It was kind of good, yeah.

So apparently pranking in sleep was the way they were welcomed to the cabin. Hanna slowly nodded and shrugged lightly. “Well, still, I’d prefer it to not be pranked in my sleep. If I’m going to be pranked I’d want to be awake to see who managed to actually succeed at it.” she said and shrugged. She wasn’t easily impressed so a prank would have to be really good for her to fall for it and be actually bothered by it. She wasn’t easily bothered either. But she was alright with pranking, it was fun. She hadn’t really been one for pranking usually but it sounded fun to try it. “I can handle it, but I have to warn you, I’m a beginner.”

It was nice to see that Ethan actually looked back at the wall. Obviously he’d know there wasn’t an actual banana but it was always funny when people did look back even if their common sense told them that nothing was there. It was just a human reaction, just like the moving when the other did. Everything was human nature. That didn’t mean Hanna thought people didn’t have free will. Of course people had control over what they did, she just believed they were more inclined to do certain things because it was in their nature.
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Ethan Anderson
Posted: Mar 10 2012, 11:55 AM


Second Year || 17


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 186
Member No.: 72
Joined: 30-June 11



Ethan was okay with his siblings. He could call himself friends with Crystal, or something like that. He wasn't all to sure about the whole label thing. He wondered why there weren't many girls here in the Hermes cabin, maybe the female gene thing was weak inside of Hermes or... haha well actually he didn't want to think of that. Wait maybe he did. How did gods mate anyways? That would be... interesting to figure out, wouldn't it? Right now he thought Hanna was pretty cool, at least she had humour, which was essential to survive in this cabin.

“Cool,” he commented on her running. It was cool if others could, he just wasn't a big fan himself. “You should check out the lava climbing wall though, if you like to have an adrenaline rush from time to time. It's great, with real lava of course. But I bet that wasn't a surprise,”

He wanted something to eat now, and he loved how the Hermes cabin was always loaded with the stuff he wanted. He winked at her and motioned her to follow him. “There's one thing you should know about me, or about the cabin at least.” he walked over to his bunk and stood still in front of a cabinet, which was locked. “This is my secret place, for as far you can keep secret places around here,” he said. He grabbed his dogtag necklace and turned it over, seeing a key taped to the back with tape. He peeled it loose and unlocked the lock, revealing some food, a little box with jewelry and some daggers. “I stole this all, but you can also call it borrowing if you like, if it maks you feel better,”

Ethan snorted. “Maybe others just don't want to see themselves failing huh? If a prank fails at night, someone at least has the chance to clean it up before you awake.. but.. don't worry. The last time someone actually pranked was.. I don't even remember when that was.” It was a long time ago. But it was probably because Crystal was hanging out with Mr Plastic and Jax was getting into love business too right? And he himself was caught up in drama too. He hated that whole puberty idea at camp, it was annoying. It hurt too, but he was just going to ignore it all and have some fun with his new sister, that was alright ey?

Oh Ethan had more than just a free will. He felt like he was carefree sometimes, doing things he wanted to do, even if it was against the rules. He wasn't really bothered by rules. If they weren't meant to be broken, they weren't made right? Or at least, that's how he saw it. So what he had to polish the weapons with Chiron if he was caught again? He could prank the centaur while he was at it. Okay he never actually tried that, but he was going to next time he was caught. He wasn't planning to get caught though, that was just something he tried to avoid actually.
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Hanna Massey
Posted: Mar 12 2012, 04:26 PM


First Year || 16


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 25
Member No.: 182
Joined: 5-March 12



Oh yeah, Hanna had heard about the lava climbing wall. She'd run past it once already and it was rather intimidating. She wasn't too keen on burning her legs or feet on the lava and then be unable to run for the gods knew how long. "Yeah I've seen it. I don't really feel the need to climb it though." she said and finished her coke before suddenly he stood up and walked off towards a cabinet. Was she going to follow him to it? Eh, she might as well. So she stood up and watched him peel the key off his dogtag. "That's nice." Hanna said. "Why are you showing me this? You're not afraid I'll steal you stolen goods?" Hanna asked him with a half grin. Well, she was getting there.

"And you know, if people don't want to fail at pranking, they should practice more." Hanna simply said and walked back to her chair and sat down. "But you know, if it's been that long, someone should probably break the chain of non pranking." she said and looked at him with a mischievous smile, the same smile she had already caught him with a couple of times. "Of course it would technically be nicer if we pranked someone from another cabin. I hear the Aphrodite girls are good victims for things like this." she said and looked around briefly. What if someone was listening in and she didn't know? Oh whatever, they would just have to join them.

But of course getting caught was never a good thing and yet she was willing to risk it for the simple fact she wanted friends and that it was fun. She hadn't seen any of the drama happening at camp yet, but if it was up to Hanna she would stay out of it as much as she could. Of course she didn't know just how easy or difficult it was going to be to stay out of drama but for now it was alright. For now she was just having fun talking to Ethan and she had to admit that she felt kind of special for him showing his secret spot to her. She wasn't sure how many people he had showed it but she knew it couldn't be many. Otherwise it wouldn't exactly be called a secret spot, would it now?
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Ethan Anderson
Posted: Mar 14 2012, 01:44 AM


Second Year || 17


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 186
Member No.: 72
Joined: 30-June 11



“Or you are just scared,” Ethan said with a grin on his face. “That's alright Hanna, honestly. I was afraid the first time I climbed it. But you just have to let it go and go up, find a strategy to get past the lava and hot stones. And then, then when you finally reach the top, you feel so great! And next to that, the view is pretty awesome.” Maybe Ethan was a little too excited for that lava climbing wall, he hadn't met much people here in camp who liked that wall, apart from his friend Pepper. But she was a daredevil, just like himself. Sensation, adrenaline, that's what it was all about. It's what made him happy and he would continue doing just that, unless it was becoming boring, then he had to find someting else.

“Steal my stolen goods... ironic,” he said as he went through the bags of crisps in the cabinet. He took one out and handed it to her. “Well actually no, I'm not afraid of that. Because you know that if I find out, one pair of your shoes may go missing all of a sudden,” he laughed. He wouldn't steal from her though. He was okay with stealing in general, but he was never going to steal from his siblings, that was just one step too far. “Besides, this cabin isn't as big as the Zeus cabin. Do you think I wouldn't find out where you hide it? I mean, it's not like we have other hiding places than these cabinets and under the beds or something.”

“Yeah, they should. But then again, most people are starting to see this camp as vacation, instead of really a camp. Take Crystal for example, she sometimes sleeps in until 1pm, really, such a waste of time.” He didn't get how his other sister could sleep that long and he didn't get why he spotted most camper chilling out at trees ot tanning on the beach or doing something else what was pretty useless. He wanted some action, some more... demigod like things. “I think you're right, we should break the chain,” he said. He knew very well that she had said someone and not the two of them, but he felt like it should be them. “I like you,” he said, grinning again. “I've been wanting to raid the Aphrodite cabin for quite some time, I just knew that if I was going to do it by myself, I probably wouldn't succeed. There are like.... eight of them? And only one of me, so two of us would definitely do the trick.” He liked this new girl Hanna, their thoughts were on one line, which was good.

Ethan loathed drama. He really did. And that's why he was running from drama if he got the chance. Yeah he had heard some rumor about Gwen kissing some other guy, Kyle or something. But for all he knew, there wasn't even a guy named Kyle in this camp. Justin had to do more research in his gossips if he wanted Ethan to believe them. He definitely accepted Hanna as a friend, she was cool. And she definitly had to feel special, since she was the first to even know about the cabinet.
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Hanna Massey
Posted: Mar 16 2012, 07:02 PM


First Year || 16


Group: Child of Hermes
Posts: 25
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"Who says I'm not afraid?" Hanna asked him with a straight face. "I'm not afraid to admit that yeah, the lava climbing wall is a big challenge and I don't feel the need to face it yet." She told him with a shrug. "I mean, eventually I'll do it. It should be interesting, but I can get the rush of accomplishing something through different methods." Hanna explained to him and pulled up her knees once again and leaned her chin on one. "Besides, the view doesn't interest me too much. I rather like it being down on the ground. If I wanted a view, I'd climb on top of the cabin." she said and squinted her eyes slightly at the idea. It was actually a pretty good idea. It was probably one of the calmest places she could sit with no one interrupting her.

"Oh I'm sure I'd find a place.. But nah, you're cool, I won't steal from you." Hanna said with a nod. "and you know, I value my shoes enough to not have you steal them. The first person besides me to touch those might lose an eye." Hanna said and squinted her eyes as she looked over to her shoes. They had been expensive and all. Her collection of shoes were the single most valuable thing she owned and if she ever found out someone touched them -- which she would -- she was never going to forgive them. And she would have her revenge. She was going to make sure people knew that, too.

"Well the Aphrodite cabin should be fairly easy, besides, what are they going to do to us? Make us pretty?" Hanna said and laughed softly. As if making pretty was that horrible, although Ethan probably didn't see the fun in being made pretty by them. Especially if they used that thing called permanent make up which she had heard of already. "Yeah I think two is the best number, yeah? One to wait outside to see if anyone is coming and the other to raid stuff. I suggest taking some of their make up and then waiting to see who notices it." Hanna suggested with a grin. They would probably see immediately, anyway.
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