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Feb 1 2018, 04:21 PM
Eli wasn't feeling so confident these days. He had been through a couple of trying days, and he wasn't looking for this kind of excitement in his life. Okay. Maybe it wasn't much different from his time on the Destiny, but still. It was exhausting. If he wasn't trying to survive on a spaceship, hunting for supplies and dealing with alien threats, then he was running from monsters and trying to avoid becoming a victim to crazy magic!
This town seemed to be a roller coaster, and he wasn't so sure he wanted to ride.
He sighed heavily to himself, the young man slowly plodding along the street. He had a very glum expression on his face, and he was wondering what he was going to do so long as he remained trapped there. He couldn't keep letting himself get attacked and chased, even kidnapped, right? Somehow, he needed to find a way to live more normally there! A lot of the people in town looked like they had perfectly normal lives- why couldn't he be the same? If he was doomed to stay there, then it seemed only fair that he might be able to live comfortable.
Somehow, though, he imagined he just wasn't fated for that. His was a life meant for adventure, whether he wanted it to be or not. And he definitely leaned more in favor of 'or not'. Gone were the days he could just sit in his room and play video games. Such a bummer. Did this place have a therapist?
Whether it did of it didn't- he already knew what this place DID have, and that was an ice cream shop. It felt like the best place to go to try and lift his spirits. After all, nothing healed the gloomies like a nice scoop of rocky road. He just hoped nothing evil was going to pop out and attack him while he was there. Oh God, what if the ice cream was enchanted or something? Poisoned?
He really needed to stop worrying.
Sighing heavily, he ventured into the ice cream shop, poking his head inside as though nervous someone inside might try to hurt him. Thankfully, it looked rather calm, so he wasn't too bothered. He pushed the door open the rest of the way and ventured inside to buy himself some small treat.Angel On Fire
Feb 1 2018, 04:16 PM
Eli was feeling pretty pleased with himself. He had a job, a potential offer for something else, friends, a nice gaming community and even a girl he enjoyed spending his time with. A girl he had happened to have a huge crush on back in their own dimension, but had never had the chance to be with thanks to someone beating him to the punch. It was like this place had granted him a second chance, and he was taking full advantage of it to become his best, nerdiest self.
At that moment, he was already heading towards the arcade, ready to spend some of that hard earned money from his teaching assistant job. Naturally, he was ready to spend a good half of it on the various games in the arcade- he was on a quest to get the top score in every single one of them. And, considering he’d only managed to get the top score in one so far, he had a long way to go! Who knew the other people in Storybrooke were also really good at video games and could make him feel like a chump? At first, he had thought he would feel like a king in terms of his skills, and no one would compare.
That was not the case, as it turned out.
Sighing to himself, Eli didn’t let it bother him too much, stopping just outside the arcade with all his resolve still on fire within him. So what if these people had skills? He’d be the best, damnit, the best!
He took a moment to look around. The arcade had wide open doors and could allow for a lot of people to come and go at once. But it didn’t look too busy today, at least. A few kids were heading out and most of the others were still playing games on the inside. He was a little bit older than some of the people here, but still young enough not to feel entirely out of place standing there, taking it all in.
What was he going to do once he got to be older? STOP playing video games? Jason Cromwell
Jan 20 2018, 10:24 PM
Eli knew he probably shouldn’t be snooping around in the old canneries and other buildings down by the docks, but that wasn’t actually enough to stop him from doing just that.In fact, being told not to do something was pretty much a promise that he was going to end up doing the exact opposite, just because he was young and it only served to pique his curiosity. He was a smart cookie, but some things didn’t change no matter how much of a mathematical genius you happened to be.
So of course he was down by the old working section of the docks. It was early in the evening, just starting to get darker. He already knew that one of the old buildings housed a crazy woman who did a lot of weird experiments and caused a lot of noise, so he made sure to stay away from that particular part of the small working district. He instead looked over one of the other old buildings, poking around the edges of an old factory that had long ago stopped being of use. Of course, considering this was a cursed town, it was entirely likely that it had never actually been used at all- it had just been planted here as part of the scenery of the fake town that had been built from that crazy magic.
It was trippy just to think about.
Whatever the case, whether it had been used at one point or not, Eli was curious to know what was going on inside of it. Maybe there was equipment still inside that could be of use. Things to tinker with. While he was no engineer, he did miss having the Kinos from the ship. Maybe he could make one! Or at least something close.
He just needed the parts, and no one was using the stuff inside this building, right? So it was probably fine if he had a look and helped himself to whatever might have been left. As soon as he found a way inside, of course.
Carefully, he continued to look around. The main doors were chained up tight, but that didn’t mean all the boarded up windows were perfect. Maybe he could find something loose that would grant him the access he desired. Argent
Jun 3 2017, 09:59 PM
The only thing better than playing a video game at home, was playing a video game in a place specifically designed for people to do just that. There was really nothing better than a good, old fashioned video arcade. It was a shame they were so out of style now, what with home consoles and the fact that most video games nerds were introverted and didn’t WANT to spend time with one another. He, however, was not one such person. Okay, maybe he used to be, but then he got stuck on a space ship with a small group of people for a year and had to work with them to survive.
Now he was kind of used to having people around him all the time. To talking to others and doing things with them. He had needed to back then, now he just… wanted to.
So it was great that Storybrooke had an arcade. He hadn’t gone a week without visiting the place at least once, spending all his hard-earned quarters there whenever he did. Too bad he wasn’t better at the games, or he might have had his name in the top spot of more of them. As it stood, he only had the top ranking in a couple of games, mostly the ones that had the gun attachments.
Something else he had probably gotten good at because of his time on the Destiny. He would have to remind himself to bring Chloe there sometime- she would have a lot of fun! And that was something they both needed more of after everything they had been through.
Just some fun.
Today, though, he didn’t have anyone with him, and had just come to play some games on his own. Once again, he found himself in front of one of the many various crane machines lining the back of the arcade, beckoning foolish mortals to waste their money trying to grab a plushie hardly worth the price they would pay for their ambitions. But it wasn’t the money that was important- it was the pride that came with being able to say you got the damn thing from a crane game.
So foolish Eli had been suckered into the same trap as so many others… again. Today, he was in front of a machine that gave out an assortment of colorful stuffed Pokemon figures. There was a small red lizard in there that he seemed to have his eyes on, and after slipping some coins into the machine, he was ready to give catching it a try.
He was fully focused on his prize- he wasn’t paying enough attention to the world around him. Avril
May 9 2017, 07:09 AM
Burger time- his favorite time of day. Not that it had specific hours, mind you. Sometimes he had a burger for lunch, and sometimes it felt like more of a dinner thing. But at least once every couple of weeks, a burger was definitely on the menu. That was his favorite thing about being stuck in a town- he had normal food again. No more alien potatoes or water that might end up killing you in several different timelines before you discovered how to treat it.
He missed the Destiny, but he certainly didn't miss the food. It was more... the company and the knowledge that he was part of something awesome. Now he was just another person stuck outside his realm, with no way of knowing how to get back or if the Destiny would still be there when he returned.
At least he had Rush, but that was a small comfort considering Rush was, well, Rush. Not exactly the most talkative of people, or the friendliest. Great at math, though.
The chubby young man sighed faintly, sitting down at his usual booth inside Granny's diner. There were other places to eat in town, of course, but the diner was his favorite. It was cheap and it was delicious, even if not everything was as fresh or non-frozen as claimed. What diner didn't have short cuts? It was kind of charming.
The burgers, though, were to die for, regardless of what they were actually made of. They could be the finest beef or freshly picked roadkill, he really didn't care as long as they always continued to taste as good as they did.
It was lunch time this day, and he had decided he just couldn't wait for dinner. So he called the waitress over with a smile and ordered himself a burger, fries and a milkshake to make a proper meal of things. When his order was taken, he sat back in his seat, looking up at the ceiling thoughtfully.
Somehow, today had been a very nostalgic day. He couldn't seem to keep himself from thinking about the Destiny and he wasn't really sure why.
Maybe it was some kind of anniversary to his arrival there and he just wasn't conscious of it.Chloe