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Czolba Davis



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PostSubject: A Brother's Scorn & The Tales of Reed's Gentlemen   Wed Nov 25, 2009 4:27 pm

Hello everyone. My name is Greg and I'm an American fellow and resident of Pennsylvania. I play as Doc Reed, Quidel Finch, and the various others characters that are associated with my account. I'm currently a senior in high school and plan on going to college as a biology major. Following college, I am hoping to go to optometry school.

In any case, here is the story of my characters. Keep in mind that this is a work in progress and it will be updated as I see fit/whenever something of significance happens to one of my characters story-wise.
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PostSubject: A Brother's Scorn & The Tales of Reed's Gentlemen   Wed Nov 25, 2009 4:40 pm

The Tales of "Doc" Reed

To be completed at a later date.
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PostSubject: Re: A Brother's Scorn & The Tales of Reed's Gentlemen   Wed Nov 25, 2009 5:48 pm

A Brother's Scorn: The Tale of Quidel Finch


Quidel and his brother were the sons of the wealthy lord of Mel'Upham (working-name of the island). Their father's wealth bought them a peaceful and fruitful childhood within the walls of Lord Finch's grand estate. The boys scarcely had other children to be friends with, save the odd child of a servant. By the time the boys had become of age, they were each others' most cherished friend. Their brotherly bond would not last however. Sometimes not even the strongest bonds of friendship can evade the manipulation of others...

Lord Finch was well-known for his lavish festivals. Often merchants would delay their trade expeditions for a time so that they could pass through Mel'Upham during the days of the festival. This festival happened to be the most fabulous one of the year: the festival that honored Mel'Upham's patron goddess, Melandru. During this time, those in Mel'Upham celebrated the favor they have received from the goddess and pleaded for preservation of the extraordinary stillness of water around the island.

The Finch Brothers, like their father, were rabid party "animals." The were often carried away in all of the singing, dancing, and drinking that accompanied a Mel'Upham festival. This year would prove unlike the others however. Amidst the festival crowd was James Nolton. As one of Mel'Upham's lesser nobles and good friend of Lord Finch, he persuaded the brothers to leave the protective walls of the Finch Estate and to wander out into the nearby town. Nolton prattled on about how it was unfair that the brothers, now men, were still forbidden to leave their father's estate. He argued that the boys needed to experience the world around them since the brothers would become nobles themselves one day. Eager to finally see the world that existed outside of the Finch estate, the boys agreed. Nolton and his knight escorts led the boys into the town of Mel'Upham where Nolton led them to all of the sights to see.

((To be continued...))
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