The plot thickens . . .
, note on Charlotte LeBeck.
from the top of the ivory tower
Member No.: 304
Joined: 11-November 08
Some of the more astute readers of the board might be wondering about the current events unfolding around the death of a Monroe student, canon character Charlotte "Lottie" LeBeck. Full disclosure: Lottie was ghostwritten by admin. Jan was a necessary pseudonym we employed in order to quietly plant the seeds of this plot twist. Only those closely involved with this event were made aware of the full situation. We admin hoped to (re-)introduce the conspiracy backdrop of Monroe College to more characters, canon and original alike by bringing the mystery current.
We'd like to thank the wonderful members of this board who took the time to build relationships with Charlotte and integrate her in the fabric of Monroe. A special thank you goes out to Claire, the talented writer behind Tyler "Rx" Garner. We are so fortunate that her rendition of Garner made this twist both plausible and a pleasure to write. . . and that she was game to play from the start. Another note of gratitude goes to Royce (Tiana Nikolaevna), who generously allowed her brilliant and timely calendar idea to be dedicated to the Charlotte Lebeck Memorial Fund.
Is this Charlotte's death in any related to the demise of Aaron Teegarden and Kyle Sterling?
. . . What do you think?
In the aftermath of Lottie's death, Noah Ashworth, president of Graves and Roses through 2007-08, is ousted from the top position. Ashworth is quietly removed from campus and transfers to a prestigious university abroad. Romulus James - excuse me, that's President James - takes the reigns of the infamous Society. At his side is the devastating Sloane Fielding-Prescott, now the first female vice-president of Graves and Roses. Which of these two will wreak more havoc remains to be seen.
We hope that some of your characters - whatever their connection may have been to the late Charlotte - might be inspired to ask difficult questions, to deny, to grieve, to raise hell; Or to otherwise reaffirm life in the ways that students do best: filling beer cups, committing irreversible sins, and nurturing their own secrets.
Whether you use this opportunity to delve into the conspiracy or choose to make some trouble of your own, thanks for playing. We're glad you're here.
xx. Graves and Roses staff.