Jasper cringed faintly as the glass and metal penetrated his skin, cutting into his arm, which caused it to bleed the clear red liquid. Brother? The situation hit him instantly like a bad headache. And then Alex's fist hit his face.
Name: Ridley La Croix (Pronounced Croy)
Perso: Ridley is known as the loser but her self esteem is above average. When she is criticised she doesn't get sad. Ridley loses her temper. Her temper in rather short. If she messed with she either snaps at them or unleashes her powers on them (once even in class.) Because her mom is so strict she has to rebel. For example her mother never lets her use her powers but she uses them for everyday life. When you first look at Ridley she seems to be cold hearted and shows no emotion. Her friends and her mother are the only people who relize that she is a sweet person. She can can be extremely serious at time but when she is just having fun she is amzingly funny.
Special skill?: Spell casting (Duh!), She's really good at using her powers of the Siren (Ridley can make anyone do anything she wants. There is a limit though she can only use this special gift 100 time in her lifetime. A number of her hand magically counts down how many times she has used the power of the Siren. When the number is 0 she can only use normal caster powers.
“We cling to our fairy tales until the price for believing in them becomes too high.”
The sharp shards continued to collapse from above, but Alex stood steadily between it all, unaffected and unshaken by the dangerous death-trap.
"Celeste", he spoke as soon as she began to form a portal, the air gradually ripping at the seams. "You know this isn't your side". He placed a step upon the ground as he moved towards her, barely allowing his gaze to flicker from where it was settled upon her. "You're trying to change yourself ... trying to force yourself into the Light". His dark hair seemed even darker than usual, casting shadows over his pale face as his eyes glowed their intimidating red. "We're more similar than you think", he said; this time in a low whisper as he watched her slowly turn, her eyes and shoulders calming from their alert and tense state.
"Don't listen to him", Serena hissed coldly, although her attempt in a bitter tone remained delicate and enchanting. But her friend was silent, with no response nor emotion visible in her expression. She knew she wasn't Light. Sometimes she didn't believe she was Dark either. The truth was, she didn't know which side she was on.
Audrey grit her teeth silently, slipped from Jasper's grip and teleported herself. Since she was disturbed and angered, the force of the 'jump' caused wild damage to the hidden lair. The house had jolted fiercely, making the walls shake, and pieces of concrete began falling from the ceiling. You're being stupid, Celeste.