Remi woke up, yawning. She went and did her normal morning routine, shower, brush her teeth, do her hair, etc. The only thing she wondered was why her mom had not woken her up, maybe something came up, as after she was done, she called out to her, with no response. Her father was at work at the time, so he probably wasn't going to be around, she assumed her mother had gone to the shops. She thought it unusual, leaving without telling her, so she checked outside, and her mothers car was parked, and the shop was a good while away, that would be much easier driven.
She wasn't used to being by herself, her mom usually took her everywhere, she did not like it too much. She waited around for a while, before finally going to a neighbors house, Mrs and Mr Kell's, knocking on the door, they were an elderly couple but they were nice to her, she did not receive an answer, though their car was also parked, and they only had the one. She went to a few more neighbors houses, and no answers from them, she even tried a strangers house. At this point she was scared and alone, so she began to go where she didn't like, but she knew where people were bound to be, the school, it was a school day of course.
((this is over the course of two hours, so I might not post again until about that time has passed))
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The pencil rolled left and right, and yet not a single thing touched it. Blake was using his newly found power of telekinesis to move the pencil back an forth. He wasn't paying attention to anything Mr. Devan was saying, although he knew it was something about trigonometry. He decided to look up at the board. Mr. Devan was writing stuff about Soh Cah Toa, although Blake had no clue, and he had no idea why he should care.
Then Mr. Devan disappeared.
Blake was staring right at him.
One moment there, the next, emptiness.
The chalk dropped to the floor as Mr. Devan wrote Tangent (Opposite / Ang--
The word "angle" had a half written "l".
Blake stared hard at the empty space. He looked around, and much to his sanity, everyone was doing the same. But for safe measure, he pinched himself. He wasn't day-dreaming.
"Mr. Devan?" This was Ashley who spoke. No one replied.
"What just happened?" This time Sean spoke. Blake got up and waved his hand in the area Mr. Devan was standing in, but there was no resistance. He opened the door to the hallway. Multiple kids were pouring out of the classrooms, all whispering similar things, all related to vanishing teachers, just like Mr. Devan. Blake ran around the school to check for any teachers. He didn't find any teachers, or groundskeeping staff, or any adults, in fact. He stood, thinking about it, then, he began to smile. He was no longer held back by rules and punishment. He started to grin. He threw his hands in the air and laughed, sending a running lawn mower flying in the air. He could now fulfil his desire to control people as their ruler.
Josh yelled his victory and ran around the school's stadium, shouting and jumping and tripping over, and repeating. He had just finished a game of football and his team won.
"Give me the ball, Josh." That was Mr. Griffins. He was Josh's sports teacher.
"Get it yourself, fool."
"That's no way to speak to your teacher! You'll get me that ball or you'll be going to Principal Grace!"
Josh sighed, picked up the ball and threw it hard at Mr. Griffin. But it never made contact with him. As the ball flew threw the air, Mr. Griffin simply vanished, and the ball bounced away.
"Anybody else see that?"
His team was already walking away, but one looked back and said, "What?"
However Josh didn't need to answer. Mr. Griffin wasn't standing there, and he wasn't anywhere in the stadium.
"Mr. Griffin's gone. I saw him vanish," Josh said.
"Yeah right, he probably just ran off."
"We'd still be able to see him. He's gone."
"Say that again and I'll snap your back like a twig, idiot!"
"Calm down. He'll be in the locker room."
"Whatever," Josh replied. He was tall for a 14 year old, and could easily beat each one of them in a fight, but against a whole lot would be tough. He walked back to the locker room with the rest of the team.
"Do you see him here? I saw him vanish!" Josh said in persistence.
"Oh just shut the h-" the team player was interrupted, an 8th grader ran in shouting, "The teachers are gone! The teachers are GONE!! Free food at the cafeteria!!"
The boy ran off again, leaving a smirking Josh.
"What did I tell you, I saw him vanish."
"Just a little brat. Doesn't mean nothing."
"I don't care, I'm getting free food!" Josh ran off to the cafeteria. However, as he ran, a running lawn mower smashed to pieces next to him, as it fell from the sky. No longer was it running. He saw an 11th grader standing 20 feet away, with his hands raised. The guy walked into the main building, and Josh followed for revenge.
One second Ms. Gutla was standing before the class, reading aloud a section of the latest book they had all been pushed to read, and the next she was gone. Poof! No smoke, no mirrors, no trans-dimensional vortex and no warning. There, then not there. The book she'd been holding dropped to the ground with a loud thump, the only evidence that she had ever really been there in the first place.
"Miss Gutla?" Sarah tentatively called for the teacher as the whole class looked at each other, confused faces all around, a few nervous chuckles rising out of them here and there. Everyone looked like they had seen the exact same thing, so none of them were just seeing things. They hadn't gone crazy either, right? The teacher had been right there, right in front of all of them, and then she wasn't. There wasn't anyone denying it.
"Where... Where did she go?" Cassandra asked the question on everyone's minds, being met with a chorus of 'i dunno' and 'she just vanished'. Some of the students started getting out of their seats, though the one who led the way to the door was none-other than Felix Murphy.
He pulled the door open and looked down the hall, seeing that kids in other classrooms were doing the exact same thing. Had their teachers disappeared too? He shifted to one side so others could slide past him, deciding to stay where he was for a moment and try to straighten this out in his head.
Back in the classroom Jessie was over by the windows, cupping her hands over her eyes and looking down into the streets just outside the school boundaries. Some cars had stopped right in the middle of the street, and by the look of it one of them had actually crashed into one of the buildings opposite! The girl's eyes went wide at the sight, turning away from the window and bounding over to her brother, grabbing his attention.
"A bunch of cars are just sitting in the middle of the road," She told him what she saw, making a vague gesture in the direction of the windows. "And one crashed into a house!"
"A crash?" He repeated, looking from the window to his sister, getting an energetic nod in reply. The look he could see in her eyes immediately told him what she planned on doing next, but he didn't even need to see that look to know what she was thinking. The young man knew his sister rather well. "Let's get down there."
Shooting him an excited grin Jessie slipped out of the classroom and ran off down the slowly crowding hallways like a bolt of lightning, drawing looks from the students she passed. Felix was quick to follow, his greater size prompting people to get out of his way as he hurried after his twin, taking the stairs three at a time but still barely able to keep track of Jessie ahead of him. He caught up to her just outside the entrance where it was nearly deserted, and together the siblings hurried out the gates, turning down the street to reach the crashed car.
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Maertha was on her phone at the hardware store counter, she hadn't noticed that there'd been no customers for a long time at this point, she was texting her new boyfriend who was the same age as her and most likely hiding away in his room and hadn't noticed his mother was gone unexpectedly. She looked up. The store was empty and there were a small handful of kids outside, unusual for the middle of the day. She got away from behind the desk and got closer to the door, looking outside. There were no adults, or anybody in the McDonalds... Nobody....
((Fourth time lucky on hoping this post won't glitch and delete itself automatically.))
Name: Flint Pane
Appearance: Flint is of a slim build and stands at around 5'9. His hair is dark brown, which generally sticks up to form a quiff. He has standard facial features; nothing too noticeably different, except his eyes, which are of a light hazel brown. There is no clear evidence of any muscular features in Flint's arms and legs, and because of this is somewhat underestimated. During school hours, he is usually seen wearing the standard Coates Academy uniform, although may be worn in an untidy manner. Other than that, he tends to wear very plain clothes: a white t-shirt which is concealed by a black hoodie, and accompanied by slim dark jeans with sneakers.
Personality: Upon first impression, Flint is viewed as a lonesome student at Coates; often being seen by himself. Well, at least this is what newcomers to the Academy believe. This just happens to be one of Flint's ways of deceiving other children, and manipulating them into do pointless, tedious tasks for his pleasure. Flint gets his own way with most people, but only for a short period of time, as most realise his tricks after time; meaning he is disliked by the majority of Coates. Along with this, Flint can become extremely ambitious when he believes he has the chance of winning, and may go to a great extent to take control. However, he would never fight a battle he knew he couldn't conquer, and would attempt to make a quick escape from the scene.
Birthdate: 10th January.
Starting Location: Coates Academy.
Power: Fire manipulation - Able to summon flames at his fingertips at first. But as his power grows stronger, he will gain the ability to aim and shoot these flames at targets, just as a flamethrower would. He would also be able to create small balls of fire for the use of light sources, but this is often a tiring procedure.
Backstory: Just like the majority of the students at Coates, Flint came from a wealthy family, as his father was a lawyer, and earned a respectable wage for doing so. Because of this, Flint's father wanted to discipline him in the ways of behaviour and law, which seemed like an awful lot to him; overly making him feel extremely restricted in what he did. Other than this, he led a standard life for a boy his age, which was pretty much: eat, sleep, play. He was once an extremely bubbly child, who was very enthusiastic in everything he did at home and at school. However, in a large town like Perdido Beach, such an extreme personality was frowned upon for being different. Most children in his class would avoid him, in hope they wouldn't have to start any form of conversation, for Flint would be extremely talkative.
Of course, Flint was oblivious to this; at least until the children of his class could no longer face Flint's attitude, resulting in one boy taking it too far with him. It was break time at Perdido Beach School, and Flint was approached by one familiar boy who frowned at him widely. Flint doesn't remember much of what happened next; all he knew he was rammed at, and pushed to the floor in a poorly executed pin. He began to panic greatly, but that was when he felt his hands warming up to an unusual temperature, and there sprouted small flames from both of his hands. Flint proceeded to smother his flame covered hands across the boy's face, ultimately resulting in a moderately severe burn. His parents were immediately called in to talk with the teachers and staff of the school about the situation, but Flint's father refused to believe his son would do such a thing. However, Flint simply admitted to doing it, not wanting any argument between the adults.
Just this one event resulted in Flint being sent to Coates, ultimately being disowned by his father for being so aggressive towards another person. Flint's hatred and aggression just grew at Coates, and his bubbly personality turned to one of a deceitful, amitious boy.
Suggestions (Optional): Nope, anyone who has created a Gone RP has already made the world a better place.
((Well I'll go with it.))
Edward was taking notes he had to if he planned to pass, unfortunately he just didn't have the stamina and passed out shortly after beginning notes. But a sudden nudging coaxed him into consciousness, slowly picking his head up, blinking repetitively for a few seconds he noticed everyone just a little more excited, and the absence of the teacher. After making sure to let his yawn out he began to speak up. "Where's Mr. Trentlake?" Edward received his answer as various other classmates spoke up or talked about it somewhere else in the room. "Gone? Poof? Are you serious?" Edward was sure he was being conned, after all how hard could it be to trick the sleeping guy? Noticing another member of his class leave Edward began to follow, peaking his head out of the room he noticed many others had the same exact idea. Continuing his way out of his class he noticed many other students peaking out, moving towards he nearest window he noticed a small crowd gathering. Looking out towards the distance he could see cars stalled along various roads, and smoke far away in the background.
It was only moments before Mr. Holloway had been lecturing us on the topic of something in History no one cared about.
What's the point in learning History, they're all dead anyway. Flint would continuously ask himself this several times throughout the lesson.
Mr. Holloway was there. Then he was gone. No poof, no bang. No flash of light. Gone. At first, Flint believed his daydreaming had caused him to see that, but then we noticed the reaction of the students around him; faces of confusion, fear and mischievous. Many of the children situated around him proceeded towards the classroom door, peering their heads out and simultaneously making eye contact with students filling the corridors from other classes. However, Flint continued to stare blankly for a few moments longer. This can't be happening. This must be some sort of trick. But he realised it wasn't when his thoughts were abruptly cut short by the sound of a loud bang outside near Coates' football pitch. Instinctively, Flint turned his head towards the window, and saw the tattered debris of a lawn mower, near another student. Curious, Flint made his way out of the classroom, and headed outside to where the event happened. As the other boy began to walk away, Flint called out.
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Arion stared out the window, trying to see if he could see the plaza. When he found it, he saw no one there, unusual at this time of day. He ran out of the class room and headed to the opposite, with windows facing the highway. He could see cars, crashed into each other, and tipped over trucks. There was smoke everywhere.
"Someone call 911," he heard someone say.
"I can't get a signal, there's nothing!"
Arion ran down stares to the teacher's lounge and reached for the door handle. After hesitation, he opened it, and saw spilled yogurt on the floor. The TV was static. What is going on, he thought.
He ran outside the building, just as multiple hundred kids were pouring out as well. He decided he'd go back to his house to see if his parents were there.
This is life!
Blake walked gleefully towards the cafeteria, with his hands behind his head. He scooped up some food and dropped it into a bowl, then walked around eating. He sat down on a chair next to the window, staring at the parked jeeps in the parking area. His plan was to go down to Perdido Beach and take control.
"Hey, what the hell are you doing in my seat?!?" This was a 12th grade. He pushed Blake out of the seat, then threw the seat at him.
Luckily Blake had enough reflexes to dodge the seat. "Watch who you're messing with, fool!" He picked up the chair using his telekinesis, and threw it back at the guy, twice the power. He got hit square in the chest, and was sent flying out the window to the car park. Blake started laughing.
"This is MY school, now! Everyone will listen to ME!"
Josh walked towards the school's doors, with balled fists. He was angry, and he wanted revenge. As he touched the door handles, he heard a voice behind him, demanding what had just happened. He turned around, and yelled, "Some stupid idiot just threw a running lawn mower at me, that's what just happened! Now bug off!"
Josh was well aware that he was two years younger than the guy, but walked off and opened the doors to the school, heading towards the cafeteria, hoping to smash the guy in the guts.
Flint grunted. "Some people." He muttered to himself inaudibly. It was at that moment he looked to see which way the boy was heading; the cafeteria. Come to think of it, Finch had seen the majority of Coates Students heading there. Hm, might as well see what all the fuss is 'bout. He then proceeded to head back towards his class, and head from the cafeteria from there. He didn't want to cross paths with the younger boy again; he wasn't looking for a fight just yet.
The sound of hundreds of feet pounding against the ground reached the ears of the siblings about half-way to the crashed car outside the school, telling them that they were rather lucky to have avoided the big rush. Jessie was ahead of her brother by a few metres and, thus, got a better view of the car before he did. The damage didn't appear to be as bad as she'd expected, the wall of the house having managed to stand up to the impact of the vehicle, though the front of the car was bashed in quite nicely. The windscreen was shattered as well as the windows on either side of the front, plus steam rose out from the hood. It didn't seem to be in danger of exploding or anything, luckily.
She peered into the car and saw nobody in the driver's seat or the passenger seat, but in the back Jessie saw a boy, maybe ten or eleven, crying as he struggled to remove his seat belt. Figuring he needed a little help she opened the car door, causing the kid to turn towards her, and reached in to help him get the seat belt off. The kid looked terrified, though unhurt, and struggled against Jessie's attempts at freeing him until she calmed him down with some soft words. Felix arrived and lent a hand, the two of them finally managing to free the kid after a few more seconds.
"W-where's my Mom?" The boy asked as he got out of the car, to which the siblings glanced at each other, a shared look of concern going between them, before Jessie turned her attention back to the kid. She smiled brightly at him, clapping her hands together.
"She's probably just waiting for you back at home!" She replied happily, looking as though all was right with the world. This seemed to help a little. "Hey, c'mon, I'll take you back home okay?"
The boy nodded at this, allowing Jessie to lead him away from the crash before telling her where he lived. Felix stayed behind, knowing his sister would call him when she was done dropping the kid off. Meanwhile he wanted to check and see if anyone was in the house, though judging by the fact nobody had come to the door when the car crashed he could probably assume nobody was home. Still, he knocked and rung the bell, giving up soon after and sighing as he headed down the street. Kids from the school were all over the place, some of them sticking around the area while others ran off to presumably go home. Heading home sounded like a good idea, but there was something else that grabbed the youth's attention. Something far... Larger.
He didn't really notice it at first, not until he realized he couldn't see the high hills off past the East side of town. That was when Felix stopped walking and looked hard at the distance, a gradual realization coming over him as he started to see what he was looking at... Well, it wasn't the sky. What was-? What? That didn't... That wasn't right. Where was the horizon he could normally see? Something was really wrong, more than just the teachers suddenly vanishing into thin air. He broke into a run, heading East towards the highway that led out of town, needing to see if his eyes were telling the truth.
Because right now they were telling him that there was some kind of huge wall just outside of town.
Name: Red Williams. Age: 16. Gender: Female. Birthdate: October 17th.
Appearance: Red is a very small, petite girl. She stands at only five foot, shorter than most other girls her age. She was named for her striking red hair, which flows down her back in a firey waterfall. Perhaps one of the most noticable points on her face are her large, emerald eyes. The only markings on her face are a spattering of light freckles across her nose and cheeks. Her skin is very tanned and browned from the California sun, as a result of her going swimming very often, as her family owned a pool.
Red has a very slender figure, narrow hips and a small chest. She dresses in average feminine clothes; mainly dresses and skirts rather than trousers. Her favourite colours are white and green, so most of her clothes are those.
Personality: A bit shy; Red's the kind of girl who fades into background easily. Thanks to this quality, she has had very little romantic experience. She wishes for friends, but doesn't have many. She is very intelligent and quick-witted, but generally submissive - certainly not a natural leader.
Starting Location: School. Power: Invisibility. Can turn completely invisible, much like Bug from the books.
Backstory: Born into an a very boring family, Red has had very little exciting life experiences so far. Her father was an executive, working in the company who owned various nuclear power assets, including the power plant in Perdido Beach. Her mother was a stay at home parent. She is an only child, and as a result she has had a lonely childhood. She has had no experience using her power yet, and has no idea it exists. She has been in Perdido Beach school all her life.
She loves art and swimming, and has been in lessons for both since a young age. She loves to draw, sketch and paint in her free time, and often carries around a sketchpad. She hopes to be an artist when she is older.
Suggestions: Nope. Other: I just hope the FAYZ will be nice to my character... Also, I may submit another application for a Coates kid. Maybe two. Yay, characters!
The problem with my backstory is, she hasn't really done anything. So, very little exciting events in her backstory,
((Oko, please flesh out your backstory a bit more, it is seriously lacking.))
Danny stood, standing next to the street outside of the school. The sun was shining brightly down on him, causing him to feel happy. He was ditching Geography class right now. He hated Geography class. There were two people next to him, Shane and Blake. Two of his best friends, both of which were smoking cigarettes. Shane had been pressuring Danny to start smoking for months but Danny had said no every time. He had tried a cigarette once. He thought it tasted terrible.
The group watched as hundreds of cars passed by, all driven by people who had no idea what was about to happen. "Eyyy foo', we should take one of dem cars for ourselfs! Ya know what I'm sayin'?" Asked Blake.
"I'm afraid I don't." Stated Danny. Blake was not the most saintly of kids, but he had never suggested such a thing since Danny met him.
"I be meanin' dat I jus got my license and I be wanten' ta take one of em nice cars for a spin."
"How do you think your going to do that? We don't have a nice car."
Blake looked at Danny with a scornful look. You could have sworn Danny had just personally insulted Blake. "Obviously, we be needin' ta take one of em from one of dose stupid adults." Clarified Blake. "All we be needin' ta do is go up ta one of em and..."
Suddenly, Blakes thought was cut off by two cars in front of the trio slamming into each other and all the cars within visible range stopping dead in their tracks. "Holy!" Shouted Shane. "What was that?"
"Les go check dat shiz out!" Stated Blake excitedly. Danny walked up to the pair of cars, not caring about getting hit. He looked into the car window and saw that there wasn't any driver in the car. Danny looked around at the side of the road but he didn't see anybody who could have jumped out. "Yo what happened D?"
"There is no driver!" Yelled Danny. Blake ran over to Danny and looked into the car. He was rendered speechless when there was nobody in the car. Danny walked over to the car in front and looked in the window. There was no driver in the front seat just like the other car but there was somebody, or something in the back seat. "There's a baby in this car! I think he is still alive!" Called Danny to Shane.
"What, no way!" Blurted Shane. "We need to get him inside the school and call 9-11." Without any time to lose, Danny picked up his cell phone and called 9-11. But, there was no response. Isn't 9-11 supposed to answer with '9-11, what's your emergency?' or something.
"9-11 is not responding. Shane, Blake, help me get this door open." Stated Danny.
"No problem D!"Shouted the pair in unison. The three of them then proceeded to grab the door knob and pull as hard as they could. Eventually the door did rip open and Danny rushed over to the baby. He put his hand on the baby's chest.
"He's still breathing! Lets get this kid inside." With that, Danny picked up the baby, being very careful as not to drop the child. He began to run into the school, followed soon by Shane and then Blake. The trio eventually got to the school just as people began to flood out of the building. Danny dodged through the crowd and ran into the nurse's office but she was gone. "The nurse isn't here either!" Called Danny to the others.
"D, les go find a kid who knows CPR or something!" Began Blake. After saying that, Blake began shouting out the door of the nurse's office saying, "Ey! Can anybody 'ere elp with this kid?" Meanwhile, Danny kept a close eye on the child, making sure he was still breathing and didn't have any injuries.
((I don't know the exact layout of this school, but in my school it's almost impossible to leave without coming near the nurse's office. So i'll play it like that.))
Thinking further on the abrupt loss of the teachers Edward began to worry slightly causing him to want to find his parents, though all sense told him they were gone as well he felt he had to check, and with no phone he would have to do this the hard way. Looking around the hallway he found that most of the other students were attempting to leave, only a small amount stood around socializing, pushing himself into one of the many crowded stairs he journeyed downstairs.
Emerging from the crowded staircase he briskly walked towards the main exit, though he didn't have a car to ride in he wouldn't need one, approaching the main double doors that served as both exit and entrance he couldn't help but be drawn back to the nurse's office. Moving closer he could hear somebody shouting for help, more specifically help for a kid. Edward wanted to ignore them, to go check on his own family, but he couldn't fight it any longer he had to find out what was wrong. So he changed his path to the nurse's office increasing his walking pace slightly, coming close enough to the door he began to speak to the trio. “What’s wrong with him?” Edward asked, glancing at the kid himself he could tell he was still alive.
Soon enough, Blake's throat began to get tired from shouting so much. But, luckily enough, a man came up to the group. Danny saw the man standing in the door. The man asked what was wrong with the baby. Blake was the first to speak as he was standing at the door. "Yo' dis kid be in a car crash. He be like, ya know, still alive but das all we know man." Said Blake.
Danny looked at the man in the door once again and said, "Like my friend said, we found this baby in a car wreck. There was no driver in the car and the baby was the only one there. Do you know how to check what's wrong with him, he won't wake up and the nurse is nowhere to be found.
It turned out Jessie didn't have to travel too far to get the kid, whose name was Harry, home. He apparently only lived along Chesney Road, barely two streets from the school, so before long she was watching the kid hurry up to his front door and head inside, sparing a wave back at her before disappearing into the house. The teenager smiled to herself, though it quickly faded as the reality of the situation started catching up with her. She hadn't seen any adults while walking Harry back to his house, just other kids ranging from her age all the way down to little preschoolers. She started heading back towards the school, pulling out her cellphone to call Felix, only to find that she had no signal.
"Huh?" She murmured in confusion, lifting her cell up and moving it around into different positions in the vain hope she'd get some reception... But nope, nada. Maybe it was just poor reception on this street? That theory was quickly disproven as she made her way along Alameda Avenue, then Sherman Avenue, until finally she got back to Golding Street where the crashed car awaited her return. No reception at all! Had a cell tower been knocked out? With all the car crashes it seemed pretty likely... Wait, where the heck had Felix gone?
She looked around the area but her brother was nowhere to be seen. Tucking away her, for the moment, useless cell Jessie hopped up onto the hood of the crashed car to get a slightly better view. There were still a ton of kids crowding around in the street but, unfortunately, none of them were her brother. Groaning with slight annoyance she hopped down from the car and decided to make her way back into the school, figuring that even if he hadn't gone back inside for some reason she would probably get a good view of the town from one of the higher floors. Felix tended to stand out, at least to her, so it seemed like a good plan to her!
Meanwhile, Felix had made his way up to the highway and was running in the direction of the... The... Wall? He didn't really know what to call it, but now that he was getting closer he definitely wasn't seeing things. It was beyond just being a 'wall', it looked like it it rose up from the ground all the way up into the sky! Abandoned cars littered the highway, some crashed into others, none with any adults inside. Some of the doors were open and kids wandered about aimlessly, confused and afraid, some even crying, but Felix couldn't stop to comfort them. He hurried on until... Until he couldn't anymore.
Just... Just what the hell was this?!
The 'wall' was like some kind of dome in its shape, curving rather than being totally straight, going up and up and up so much he couldn't see the top, but he could see that it curved inwards the higher it went. Looking to the left and the right he saw that it extended out further than he could really see, vanishing behind natural barriers or buildings, but a horrifying feeling crept over the youth. What if... What if it extended into a full circle? A complete wall, sealing them off from outside? Felix quickly shook his head of that thought, figuring it wasn't going to help if that sort of thing popped into his mind, and approached the wall, reaching out a hand to feel how solid it was.
"Ugh!" The large teenager grunted out a cry of pain the moment his skin pressed against the wall. A terrible pain shot into every inch of skin that'd touched it! Like a jolt of electricity tingling uncomfortably against it, but far more intense, though as he pulled his hand away and checked it there didn't appear to be any harm. The pain was immediately gone as well, like it was nothing more than a deterrent. He frowned deeply. This... This didn't look good.
Back in town, Jessie skipped on through the school courtyard and into the main entrance, dodging groups of kids and teenagers moving in the opposite direction. The school must have been almost entirely cleared out by now, though it seemed there were still a few stragglers dragging their feet as they left the building. A moment's pause to remember where the nearest staircase was gave the girl enough time to overhear some people talking nearby, though she paid the conversation little attention as she walked through the hallway, at least until she got close enough to properly make out what was being said. Somebody was talking about a baby they found in a car wreck!
The teenager decided to check it out, coming up on the nurse's office and, seeing the door already open, she poked her head inside to find four guys standing around, one of which had a baby cradled in his arms. One that was breathing, thank god. She tapped on the door frame to make her presence known.
"Hey there!" Jessie greeted the boys with a bright grin, eyes coming to rest on the baby in one boy's arms. "What's the trouble in here?"
Edward was starting to panic slightly. Did i bite off more than i can chew? All I can do is run fast! I can make a run for the library though, grab some books, no time for secrets this kid could die! Edward thought of the library suddenly and began to speak up again. "Hold on, I'll get some books!" Edward shouted, but before he could start off in a super speed sprint a girl made herself known outside asking about the kid. Edward relaxed upon seeing her and wasted no time relaying information. "They said the kid was in a car crash. Do you know how to check on him?" Edward asked, he felt relieved someone else had shown up, perhaps he can keep his speed a secret a little longer.
One guy told her the problem, or a basic idea of the problem, that the baby had been in a car crash and they didn't know how to check if he was alright. Jessie's grin immediately faded, appearing concerned as she moved into the room properly so she could get a closer look at the child. It felt safe to assume the baby's parents hadn't been in the car, or why else would these boys have taken him? She stepped up beside the boy holding the baby and quickly confirmed he was breathing, which he was, so that was a great start. Although... It wasn't like Jessie knew a lot about babies, let alone how to make sure they were unhurt and healthy, so it was all she could do to look the child over and make sure there were no exterior injuries. He seemed to be asleep, though with all the ruckus that didn't seem good.
"He's breathing... And I don't see any bumps or cuts on him..." She said, though the boys probably already knew that. If the kid was in a car wreck then he must have been buckled in safely, so if she assumed that then she could see only two possibilities. The first was that the baby was just a heavy sleeper, which she really hoped was the case, because the other possibility was that the baby had a concussion from the crash. But without any kind of medical knowledge she didn't see any way they could check for that. Jessie looked up at the boys and told them her thoughts. "He might just be asleep, but if he was in a crash he could have a concussion. There's probably medical books in here somewhere if we look around."