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archiloquy, March 23rd, 2012, 5:06 am ( Reply )


Still not exactly alive, but I have accomplished enough tasks to gain some extra time to do some quick colouring (and by quick, I meant six hours what the hell).

Tomorrow is my finals, and it will be a bloody fight. But after finals I still won't be able to update for another week because in a few days it will be ... my birthday. :(

In the meantime, here's Cain to tide the days over. I chose Cain because it's a foolproof plan to attract more fangirls. *evil laugh* ... Er, yeah, no >.>

Once I finally update I will relocate this to a separate folder.

Okay, I'll go back to finishing my papers now. See you on April 8th! :D




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User Comments:
queensilian, March 23rd, 2012, 12:32 pm ( Reply )


Happy birthday! I hope you find rest time soon


FireBorg, March 24th, 2012, 1:20 pm ( Reply )


Early Happy Birthday? and good luck with your finals ! ^u^


Rainless, March 27th, 2012, 5:55 am ( Reply )


fannnnnnnnnnnnnnnn serviceeeeeeee....


Rain (Guest), March 27th, 2012, 10:28 pm ( Reply )


currently at school cramming on a last minute essay... I was leafing through some research restoration drama materials and I came across some names such as Sforza, Willmore. Jacinta, Hillaria, Angellica Bianca, Alythea... etc.. I was reminded of Quickening, so I quickly came to tell you this =.=....
Were you taking restoration dramas into consideration while thinking up of names!?


archiloquy, March 28th, 2012, 12:27 am ( Reply )


@Rain: Oh, cramming, my hated-yet-habitual attitude towards school. Um, no, I don't know anything about restoration dramas, but I do find the name Sforza aurally appealing. I will concede that I took careful planning with Cain's character so ... yeah. But! There is a common denominator amongst the surnames I use in Quickening. :)


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