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message 1: by hey, it's layne. (last edited Aug 16, 2015 07:11AM) (new)

hey, it's layne.

Complete Characters;;
Alexandra Corinna Nash ; Princess Alexandra

❝Sassy quote goes here.❞
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message 2: by hey, it's layne. (last edited Aug 24, 2015 02:00PM) (new)

hey, it's layne.

❝Do yoυ ĸɴow нow eαѕy ιт ιѕ тo αlwαyѕ нαve coυrαɢe αɴd вe ĸιɴd? Iт'ѕ ɴoт.❞

Fᴜʟʟ Nᴀᴍᴇ: Alexandra Corinna Nash
Aʟɪᴀs: Princess Alexandra, daughter of Cinderella/Prince Thomas

Aɢᴇ: Nineteen {19}
Gᴇɴᴅᴇʀ: Feminine

Oᴄᴄᴜᴘᴀᴛɪᴏɴ: Currently none.

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Alexandra Corinna Nash was born in the Enchanted Forest to Cinderella and Prince Thomas. The first few months of her life were happy, much like the storybook ending to every fairytale. Unfortunately, much as the old saying goes, every good thing must eventually come to an end. When the portals erupted and brought the Enchanted Forest residents to Storybrooke, Alexandra and her parents were amongst those that were taken from their home and their happily ever after. After the first curse was broken, due to the circumstances of the spell, Alexandra was sent back to the forest. One can only wonder what tragedies and atrocities could happen to an infant in the middle of a forest riddled with many magical creatures and beings. Fortunately enough, little Alexandra, who was around a year old, was found and raised by a local goat farmer and his wife. They were a loving couple whom had always wished for children, but were unable to conceive. Alexandra came as a blessing, although they weren't able to provide her with the luxuries of most young princesses.

Over twenty years passed when suddenly, Alexandra was sucked through a portal and found herself in Storybrooke, Maine. She has been here for a few months and is quite well adjusted, although there is much confusion surrounding the sudden realization of her birthright. Alexandra, or better known as Alex, is a genuinely kind soul. If there was a textbook definition of a princess, she would be quite far from it. Sarcastic, strong-willed, and extremely independent, Alex was that child who would have rather explored the dangerous parts of the forest than stay in and sow with her mother. Her birth parents, upon meeting her, were quite shocked by her attitude and demeanor. She has a good heart and the purest of intentions, but too often her strong will and impulsivity get her into trouble. Being thrust into princesshood isn't all that easy, as you might guess.

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message 4: by hey, it's layne. (last edited Aug 29, 2015 02:47PM) (new)

hey, it's layne.

❝ǀ мαу вє α тнιєƒ, вυт ǀ нανє α cσ∂є, αη∂ ǀ нανє тσ ℓινє ву тнαт cσ∂є. Oтнєяωιѕє, ωнαт кιη∂ σƒ ℓιƒє αм ǀ ℓινιηg?❞

Fᴜʟʟ Nᴀᴍᴇ: Robin Hood
Aʟɪᴀs: Robin Hood

Aɢᴇ: Forty {40}
Gᴇɴᴅᴇʀ: Masculine

Oᴄᴄᴜᴘᴀᴛɪᴏɴ: Former thief, currently none.

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Robin Hood, simply put, is an honorable man. He lives by a code of honor, and refuses to defer from it - in most cases. Kind and reliable, he is what you might call a "right fighter," specifically due to his willingness to help anyone in need. Once you gain his loyalty, you've gained a friend for life. However, the moment that you cross him wrong, you can be prepared for trouble. He certainly believes that happy endings come to everyone - even the cruelest of villains - but since the trouble he has faced falling in love with his "true love," it seems that a happily ever after may not be in his story after all.

In the Enchanted Forest, during Queen Regina's unhappy marriage to King Leopold, a fairy named Tinker Bell is convinced she can help her have true happiness by attaining true love. Using pixie dust, Tinker Bell leads Regina to a tavern. From the outside looking in, she points out the dust's effects have left a glowing effect on a man with a lion tattoo on his arm, who is Regina's true love. As the man, Robin of Locksley, has his back turned to the window from where Tinker Bell and Regina are peering in, they are unable to see his face. Tinker Bell urges her to go in, but shortly after the fairy leaves, Regina becomes afraid and flees from the scene without meeting her destined love. ("Quite a Common Fairy")

As a petty thief, Robin steals a horse from a poor farmer despite already having two horses of his own. While camping for the night, he awakens to find the farmer's daughter, Maid Marian, aiming an arrow at him. She tells him the horse is important her family's livelihood and, without it, they won't survive. Realizing the error of his ways, he later forfeits his two horses to Marian and her family. Mutually, the pair fall in love and marry. ("The Snow Queen", "Heart of Gold")

Leaving his thieving days behind, Robin opens a tavern business with Marian. They face trouble from the Sheriff of Nottingham, who demands tax payments in two days or Robin will be jailed and their business closed. The Sheriff further threatens that Marian, left desperate without her husband, will surely come to him for favors. Later, the Dark One, Rumplestiltskin, agrees to clear the taxes if Robin fetches him an elixir of the wounded heart from Oz. Arriving to the land by portal, Robin frees Will, who promises not to alert a guard about his plans if he brings him some of the elixir as well. Wearing a guard's uniform, Robin sneaks into the Emerald Palace, where he begins filling two elixir vials. When the Wicked Witch surprises him, he drops the second dose before saluting her, not knowing her guards aren't supposed to speak to her. Even more suspicious now, Zelena demands why he is stealing from her. With his cover blown, Robin grabs an enchanted bow to fire at her, but she creates two more illusions of herself to confuse him. As Zelena realizes Rumplestiltskin sent him, she dissipates the illusions and hurls a fireball at him. Robin dodges, letting his arrow go as he does, causing it to fly around the room until it hits a steam engine. With the room fogged up, Robin escapes and returns to Will, lying about not gaining any of the elixir. However, upon learning Will wanted the potion to heal heartbreak over his sister's death, Robin secretly slips him the elixir. Backed by his Merry Men, Robin defies the Sheriff, stealing his gold, and gives it to the poor. Renaming himself Robin Hood, he shows Marian a six-leaf clover from Oz, which he'll use to glamour himself to keep the Dark One from recognizing him. Robin decides to be a thief again, except to only steal for the needy, as Marian agrees to stay as long as she can be with him. ("Heart of Gold")
With his group of Merry Men, Robin Hood pulls off a scheme on the road to stop a wealthy man's coach and steal money and jewels. Will, their newest recruit, procures a chest of goods for them. Robin Hood accepts him into the group with a bit of advice; that Merry Men are not thieves and do not steal for themselves, but for others. Will proposes the next place they should go is Maleficent's castle, which is rumored to contain enough gold to feed the whole kingdom. Robin dislikes the plan since the expedition is incredibly dangerous, but is tempted into accepting by both the amount of gold they will receive to help the poor as well as the fact Maleficent is currently away from the castle. At some point before or after this, he tells Will about Marian and how she changed him into becoming a person who will only steal from the rich to provide for the poor. Inside the castle, Robin Hood warns his group against taking that is not necessary. With their mission a success, they return to camp to celebrate. Suddenly, the displeased voice of Maleficent booms all around the camp site stating she cares little if they keep her gold, but demands the other item be returned or there will be consequences. In anger, Robin Hood calls the thief among his men to step forward, but no one does. That night, after catching Will sneaking away, he realizes his comrade had stolen something from Maleficent. When Robin Hood questions if he did it for a woman, Will guiltily looks down. Disappointed, he allows Will to go with the warning that his punishment for stealing will come in the near future. ("Forget Me Not", "The Snow Queen")

Humiliated after Robin Hood makes him the laughingstock of Nottingham, the Sheriff begins harboring a grudge against the thief for stealing the woman he loves. As the couple continue to elude the Sheriff, Marian becomes pregnant and falls deathly ill. To keep Rumplestiltskin from recognizing him, Robin Hood uses the six-leaf clover from Oz to glamour himself as another man, and he then breaks into the Dark One's castle to steal a healing wand. and Robin Hood risks his life to steal a wand from the Rumplestiltskin's castle to heal her. When he is caught red-handed, Robin Hood looses an arrow from his enchanted bow, which eventually hits Rumplestiltskin in the chest. Triumphantly, he prepares to leave the castle, but an unharmed Rumplestiltskin stops him. Imprisoned, Robin Hood endures torture for days on end. Rumplestiltskin's household servant, Belle feels sorry for him, and out of mercy, she sets him free. As Robin Hood escapes, he takes the wand and manages to heal Marian to full health. While the two are rejoicing in a lover's reunion, a stray arrow shot by Rumplestiltskin misses Robin Hood and hits the carriage, startling both of them, which hastens their getaway on horseback. ("Lacey", "Heart of Gold")

Some time after this, Robin Hood meets again Belle and they have other adventures together. The latter also finds out about him being disguised while invading the castle.

Later, Marian gives birth to their son, Roland. At some point after this, she dies, with Robin Hood blaming himself for "inadvertently putting her in harm's way during the job". The circumstances of how he comes to believe this are uncertain, especially since Marian's actual death was an execution on the Queen's orders, and it's not known if he knew of how she died. ("Quite a Common Fairy", "Witch Hunt", "Snow Drifts")

When Emma travels to the Enchanted Forest and inadvertently saves Marian from execution, she decides to take her to present day Storybrooke so her presence won't alter anything in the past. However, Zelena secretly interferes by killing Marian and assuming her form. In this timeline, Robin Hood still comes to believe his wife is dead and this leaves things in the past unchanged. ("Heart of Gold")

Following Marian's death, Robin Hood is directed by one of the Merry Men, Friar Tuck, to ingest a plant called night root that can help him overcome his fears. He decides against following the advice; not wishing to use magic unless absolutely necessary. ("The Tower")

After the breaking of the Dark Curse, Robin Hood arrives at the abandoned castle of the Dark One, Rumplestiltskin, and takes up residence there until a confrontation with two intruders, Mulan and Neal. Neal introduces himself as Rumplestiltskin's son, Baelfire. Robin Hood decides to trust Neal's words and believes no one would make a claim unless it were true. Additionally, he mentions being indebted to Rumplestiltskin for sparing his life in the past.
Robin Hood allows Neal to look around as he is searching for a magical item that may help to find his family, Emma and Henry, and picks up his father's old walking stick. He grasps the item and swings it around; prompting a hidden door to appear. Robin Hood expresses astonishment as he once tried to wield the stick before, and nothing ever happened. Through Neal's words, he shares knowledge of his father's enchantment of the walking stick with blood magic that only allows the caster or those of his blood to be able to use it. From within the door, Neal discovers a crystal ball. Reluctantly, he agrees magic is the only thing that can help him now, and attempts to get the ball to activate by touching it, which causes no change. Mulan suggests to think about how he feels about Emma, and it will guide him to see her. Neal follows her instructions, and the crystal ball shows him an image of Emma in Neverland. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer")

While Neal is panicking over finding a way to Neverland so he can be with Emma and Henry, Robin Hood's allies, Little John and three men from their group, the Merry Men, enter to investigate the commotion. Robin Hood assures his friends that Neal and Mulan mean no harm. From underneath Little John's feet, Roland crawls out and runs into Robin Hood's arms. Neal comes up with the idea of how to traverse worlds; suggesting that Robin Hood's son can use a summoning incantation to call the Shadow so he himself can gain a pathway to Neverland. Once Robin Hood learns the Shadow is notorious for snatching young boys and whisking them away, he is extremely resistant to the idea. However, Neal reminds him how his father saved Robin Hood's wife, which allowed her to give birth to Roland, and as such, this makes him in Rumplestiltskin's debt. Robin Hood finally relents, and in preparation, Roland is told what he must say in order to lure to Shadow to the Enchanted Forest.

message 5: by hey, it's layne. (last edited Aug 29, 2015 02:47PM) (new)

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