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Luna Sapphire

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Cafe (Flint and Luna Sapphire)
« on: March 01, 2018, 11:16:10 PM »
 Isla woke, the blankets coiled around her and the pillow in an awkward shape. She slammed her hand down onto the clock to stop it's persistent beeping. She got up and brushed her hair, almost sighing as she picked up her uniform. she quickly got changed and put a piece of tutti-frutti gum in her mouth, closing her eyes as the sweet taste enveloped her taste buds. She nabbed the paper bag from the bench, and put on her shoes, before hopping on her bike and pedaling rapidly South in the scorching light for 5 minutes, before arriving at the small cafe on the outskirts of the city, plastering a smile on her face before stepping into the room, and sighed, the air conditioning was a relief on her lungs, and she grinned, for real, before stepping behind the counter, and stepping into the back room.

 She stared at the little plant on the bench grinning as it twisted a little, before averting her gaze, in the corner of her eye she saw it go still again. She sighed, before the phone ringing. She jumped, then grinned, moving to the other side of the room, picking the phone up to the receiver. Her grin slowly faded, and was completely gone by the time she had hung up. It had been a coworker. He was sick. She was working the machine too. She noticed the time, and moved to the door, flipping around the sign and standing behind the counter, watching as the people slowly trickled in and out, serving them, and moving to the backroom over and over. She scratched herself on the machine, but noticed someone at the counter, she glanced from the plant to the counter and sighing, walked to the counter, plastering another smile on her face as she moved, thinking about how she needed to get back there. "How can I help you?"

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Re: Cafe (Flint and Luna Sapphire)
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2018, 08:19:58 AM »
Ooo, is there a cafe near by what's it like they'd best stock my favourite tea, I'll get billy to take me there soon, all I need is the address.

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Re: Cafe (Flint and Luna Sapphire)
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2018, 09:34:58 AM »
(This is fictional cafe)

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Re: Cafe (Flint and Luna Sapphire)
« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2018, 08:11:07 PM »
A hand gnarled with cuts landed on the bedside counter, reaching to snooze an alarm clock but instead knocking it over onto the apartment floor. Sapphire Knifepoint jolted at the sound of the clock smashing right beside her bed. It was too early in the morning for this unpleasant excrement, in all honesty.

With a wave of her hand, displaced air dragged the shrapnel of the clock crash sliding across the room, where it couldn't slice her up as she tumbled out of bed. Rising to a stance, Sapphire winced in pain, which flared up her back, complemented by the sting of air entering her knuckle cuts. Last night's hunt had taken a lot out of her. That could be felt in her wounds, and seen in her face, which she eyed in the mirror that hung from one of the room's walls.

Pulling her coat over pyjamas, the monster hunter grabbed her phone and left the apartment with one thought in mind
Coffee...
Taking the elevator to the ground floor, Sapphire left the apartment block, swearing immediately as fine rain sprayed from the sky. If there was anything that got to her, it was the rain, and the woman was glad her two week trip was coming to its end at this rate. The past year in LA had led her to find comfort in constant sunshine. Rain, in any capacity, wasn't something she'd come to New Zealand for. Despite being here for personal reasons, the woman had found herself on a hunt all week. It had left her exhausted and bruised, and the woman was hoping for some sunshine to complement her recovery.

Arriving in the nearest cafe, Sapphire made for the counter, unable to muster a smile for the young barista who greeted her. She was young, copper hair complementing her unusually green eyes. Sapphire wondered how this girl's life compared to her own. Working a cafe, not having the crap beaten out you by vampires... It must have been nice.

"Double shot cappucino, please". Her voice was rough, hoarse. "And some water".