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✓ Liam Arbor
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just another graceless night (Kaelyn & Liam)

Started this discussion. Last reply by ✓ Liam Arbor May 4. 16 Replies

Liam didn't like being told no. He wasn't good at denying something once it battled past the prelude of nonchalance that he wore as armor to make him truly care about something. Reporting to a…Continue

Fly Me To The Moon (Liam and Tatiana)

Started this discussion. Last reply by ✓ Liam Arbor Jun 11, 2020. 12 Replies

Slow, jazz music poured from the speakers inside the gym. It wasn't the…Continue

Trust Fall (Liam and Bexley)

Started this discussion. Last reply by ✓ Bexley Dumont Nov 23, 2020. 11 Replies

 Liam liked exploring and now as a guard, monitoring different territories for suspicious activity was a part of his job. As far as he was concerned, it was a two for one score. He got time to tromp…Continue

I So Hate Consequences (Liam & Dominic)

Started this discussion. Last reply by ✓ Liam Arbor on Thursday. 24 Replies

 Liam bounded across a stream deep within the woods. This was Therianthrope territory and he'd spent many hours exploring it with Dom, but he still had to pay attention in order to recognize the…Continue


The ache for home lives in all of us.

Code by YXGURT, coding assistance by Dominic

golden child
lion boy
tell me what it's like to conquer. fearless child, broken boy, tell me what it's like to burn
October 16th, 1994
Olivia Penlava
from whence we came and shall never return | history

Liam Arbor was born to parents who were never expecting the addition that a baby boy could bring. His father, Jonas Arbor, was a literature teacher, well into his forties and his mother had only just graduated from school, having once been a student of the professor herself. She was a free spirited artist and he liked everything to be organized and by the book. It was a true case of opposites attract and neither one of them saw themselves having children, especially not together. They married out of duty, thinking it would be best for the small boy who would bring both cheer and tears into the next eleven years of their life together. As it turns out, a man who has a weakness for younger woman doesn’t tend to stay around when she begins to develop wrinkles from laughter and circles beneath her eyes from long nights soothing terrors of the dark. He didn’t any longer care for Amelia when her stomach turned soft after she birthed their second child, Belle, when Liam was nine years old.

Liam thrived in his mother’s gentle instruction and creative gaze. Around her, he was allowed to be a wild and loud whooping Indian or a clever cowboy, but whenever his father returned to their two story townhome in the center of D.C. it was as if a chill wiped all of the color out of the living room in a quiet gust. Dad was home and Dad had rules. Liam did his best to please his father and always tried to be as quiet as he could and still his twitching limbs which longed to run around the house, even at supper time, but there was something he missed. The warm glow that basked from his mother’s eyes slowly fell into a quiet disapproval from his father.He may have only been twelve, but he remembered the night it all started. The one night he chose his Mother over his father. The parent who had been there for him, who cared when he missed three words in the spelling bee, or got rejected when he asked out a girl for the first time. A definition not found in the dictionary: not leaving. An act of trust and love, often deciphered by children.

It started in the kitchen with his parents having their regular Wednesday night fight. It was the usual, bargaining, complaining, his father berating his mother, until a foreign word bounced off the wooden stairwell and instead of fighting back, there was silence from Amelia. Despite that it was all in whispers the magnitude hit Liam’s shoulders like a load of bricks.WhoreHe may not have known what it meant, but could tell it was terrible by the look on his mother’s face and the way spit transferred from his father’s mouth into the sink nearby. His sister cried from the darkness above him and all Liam knew was that he had to make her quiet, or things would only get worse for everyone. He was torn between the two women in his life, his elder crying silently in the next room and his junior crying upstairs of only feet away.

The next morning, his father was gone, but his possessions stayed behind haunting their home like an unfinished jigsaw puzzle, growing dusty with time. The two siblings grew to be dependent on one another, as Liam did his best to support them in an empty house that had once been their home. The one good thing he could ever say about the man who abandoned them was that alimony and child support checks were never late. They never had to move, despite that sometimes he wished they could. The whole place was covered his father’s fingerprints and sometimes the dark wooden walls seemed to house his ghost. Those years were when Liam became the man of the house. He had to wake up early in the morning to make breakfast for his sister and his mother, who could barely make it out of bed. He was the one who made sure that the bills made it from the mailbox to the downtown heating and power office and used the cash that Amelia left out to put food in the cupboards, and got Arabella to school on time. It was well into his teens, before Amelia began to recover from the crippling depression that the man she loved had left her in.

As Liam grew up, he became used to being relied on by his family. Despite that it was stressful to both care for his sister, his mother, and study for school, he managed. He put up a brave face and spent all of his free time with his chemistry books and homework that he had once had help learning. The words often scrambled themselves inside his brain, making it easy to become frustrated. However, he didn’t ask for help. His teachers sent home notes describing the teenager as ‘quiet, resigned and overly responsible’, but the notes ended up in the kitchen garbage, never read by the one parent that remained in his life, even if it was only by a thread. When he graduated from high school, Liam wrote a letter to his Dad, asking him to come to the ceremony and mentioning his good grades, hoping that his old man would be proud of him. The only response he got was the letter being returned to his home address three days after he gave the valedictorian address. While his peers and teachers encouraged him to go to college, the days after highschool felt fuzzy. It took a full year for him to decide to attend college at all. He moved out, despite his sister’s protests that she couldn’t live without her Champ. It was hard to hear that come from Belle. She’d barely left his side growing up and had sometimes attended school with him, despite that it broke several rules, but Liam knew deep inside that it was now or never. If he didn’t leave the house that had been his sunshine and his shadow for the past eighteen years, he never would and like his mother, he would die there. He wasn’t ready for 281 Beecham Drive to become a graveyard for three because of one man’s sin.

It was a hard decision to leave Belle behind with his mother, who was still suffering from depression, but he decided that attending school was a necessary step at separating himself from his family. Sometimes it felt like they were one conglomerate person the way they had come to rely on him and it was suffocating. Attending school was not his favorite, but it did give him a distraction from everything else. Four years away, even only a few miles, was a good opportunity to stand on his own two feet.

Coming home was difficult. He'd received his bachelors degree, and kept up with Belle through sparsely motivated texts, but it was difficult to see what she'd been living with while he was gone. When he returned, there was an eviction notice on the front steps and the power was turned off. In the middle of December, the home was frightfully cold. His little sister was bundled in three sweaters and still had a red nose. It made him feel an anger that he hadn't remembered in years, but also remorse for letting her slip away. That night, Liam and Arabella packed two suitcases and left Washington. He was tired of having the adults in his life make choices that hurt the people he loved. It's so hard to leave - until you leave, and then it's the easiest thing you'll ever do. With only the bus tickets, backpacks, and five hundred in cash, he wasn’t sure how far they’d make it, but Liam knew that anything had to be better than where they started.

Liam arrived in Evermore not only with a younger sibling high on his heels, but almost out of money and no place to stay. He was beginning to wonder if he’d made the wrong decision hauling everything to the other side of the country without anyone having his back. The first thing he had to do was find a job, but it was harder than he thought in a city that wasn’t always friendly to outsiders. There were exceptions, like the elderly woman who rented a room to them for far less than it was worth, but for the most part the people he met kept their heads down and their greetings to themselves. It became necessary to keep moving and even when adventures were small it helped keep his head above water.One morning, he woke up, ready to approach another nine to five when he noticed that his younger sister had slid out of bed before him. As he plodded out to the kitchen, it was empty, aside from the note that Arabella had gone out for groceries. He opened the cupboards only to find they were empty. He knew that his interview started in an hour but concern for Arabella walking alone in a big city that had yet to show them kindness was overshadowing logic. He had to take care of his family. It was all he’d been taught how to do. Liam reached for his coat and headed out the door. He didn’t have to walk very far before his younger sibling came skipping down the path with far more energy than he’d had in years. She always was the sunshine in his life and came to him with the news that she’d taken a job at a local grocery to contribute to finances. His own interview while working as a clerk for a law firm down the road went well and the lawyer promised him that if he kept his nose down and did the job, they could talk about Liam studying to become a forensic paralegal. While he’d never had any interest in the law, he was excited simply because it meant he could start a new life: clean and away from where he’d begun.

Starting over wasn’t easy. His job started at seven a.m. and Belle’s began at seven p.m. With their vastly differing schedules, they rarely saw one another, or any other friendly faces. It was only a day to day journey to keep the lights on and keep food in their stomachs. Without the thought of freedom in his mind, he probably wouldn’t have made it the six months it took to get them into a new apartment in a better area of town. However, the more he found himself proud of his work and the small furnishings and knick-knacks that began to decorate their home, the more Liam noticed that Arabella began to retreat into her room before, after, and even during work hours. She was missing shifts. He was able to support them, but it was her he was worried about. Her sunshine was disappearing, like everyone else in his family. He wasn’t ready to be the last one standing. While their relationship had never been one of mutual confidence, Liam didn’t have to push her to hear the story. Belle came in after one of her final shifts at the grocery, with tear stains on her face and smudges of ink and dirt down the white blouse she wore under her apron. It was obvious, with her arms crossed over her chest, but several of the buttons had been torn off. It was difficult for him to stay calm. He’d never exposed his anger, not to his sister, but it had taken its toll over the years on his mind, his body, and plenty of stuff animals as a child.“What happened? Belle, who did this to you?” He handed her a blanket from the couch, only to watch her instantly hide under it like a scared animal in a storm. It took three hours, but inside them he heard a whispered name. One he wouldn’t ever forget.

It was almost sunrise by the time Liam had calmed both Arabella and himself enough that he could walk out the door, hands buried deep in his pockets and get away from the situation he’d just been presented. Perhaps, his anger guided his feet through mere subconscious, or perhaps Liam wanted to punch someone, anyone who could represent the one thousand ways his life had gone wrong in the past ten years. It was seven a.m. by the time he looked up and realised that he’d reached Pinnacle Grocery, which was an odd name for such an out of the way place which ran sales on old fruit and had roach traps in the bathroom. He was glad their apartment was a thirty minute walk. At least they no longer lived here.Maybe that made him a snob. It was true that he’d been raised in relative wealth and been given an excellent education, but Arabella deserved better than a low-end job with slimy floors and leering co-workers. Liam’s fists curled together, as the shift change happened. Somehow, Liam was surprised. The manager wasn’t even a man. Probably not even eighteen and yet, he’d changed Belle’s life forever.He crossed his arms over his chest, trying to appear intimidating. Perhaps, for the first time in his life, trying to look like his father. The teenager’s face drained of color as Liam’s fist collided with his teeth, not once, not twice, but repeatedly until finally when the younger kid was underneath him and begging him to stop did both relief and full control of his conscious self return to him. A small crowd had gathered and police sirens screamed for attention from down the road: it was only moments before it was over.What have I done. The one thought played in his head as he was questioned, and fingerprinted and thrown in a cell overnight, while they pondered what to do with him.

The hours crawled by, until a burly policeman at the front rapped on the bars. “You have a visitor.”The only person he knew in the entire city was Arabella. How was he going to face her and tell her that she’d have to watch him be arraigned after everything else she just went through?To his surprise, it was a stranger. One of the many who had gathered around that morning was a certain Damien Verlac, part of the Ailward Guard. Their conversation was long as the valkyr inquired into his entry into the city, his past, and even more cautiously, how he’d wound up in a brutal fist fight. Liam’s shame was clear in his expression, over how he’d not managed to control his temper, but when he mentioned what had happened to his sister, he had to grip onto the bars of the cell as to not have his hands draw fists once again. It was clear that family meant a lot to him, despite his certain tendency for reckless behavior. The guard, who seemed to have some wisdom that Liam couldn’t equate to his years, was kinder than the officers had been and also explained how they’d questioned the teenager. What had happened to Arabella was out in the open and would have consequences, in time. Liam, however, was not off the hook. There wasn’t a city in the world where one could solve anything with violence.

“Provided you train well, learn to respect your fellow species when due, and...get an edge on that reckless streak, I think you could make a fine guard one day. You throw quite a punch,” Damien said offering him a handshake, “Liam... is that your full name?”

The door to the cell was unlocked and he stepped out, “Arbor,” He tilted his head, deciding to go with his mother’s maiden name. “Liam Arbor.”

Training wasn’t easy. In fact, Liam nearly walked out three separate times, before remembering his agreement with Damien, but he did enjoy the guard. He and his sister were moved into the inner city, away from the early beginnings and grocery shop. Instead of working for six hours a day at a law firm, he began training his body and his mind for battle in a way that began to release him from the past, because he could now control his future and leave his demons behind. Despite that he didn’t enjoy it, it often involved talking through things that his parents had done to him. Afterwards, to calm himself down he spent long hours in tai chi classes or swimming in the lakes around the city. He’d always wanted to protect his family, but felt so incapable of doing it on his own and being around others like him who wanted to care for others through being strong made Liam no longer feel alone. He had a home and a place of belonging and finally was able to let himself enjoy the simpler things in life.

it's not that we're scared, just that we're delicate | relationship
Kaelynn Brookes
slow burn | endgame
Since We Met
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LEGAL NAME: William Micah Arbor

ETYMOLOGY: The name William means resolute protector. It is a English name that has been passed down from families to authors, to businessmen. | His middle name is Micah means who is like God? It is derived from the name Michael, and is of Hebrew origin. | field of grass the name Arbor is Latin in ancestry and is William’s biological surname.

NICKNAMES: Willie | only family. This childhood nickname was mostly grown out of into his teen years, but its sweet tone is still used by his mother on occasion, sometimes to his annoyance | Liam - everyone. William prefers to be called Liam and not Willie, now that he’s grown. He introduces himself as this shortened version of his full name. | Champ - young sister



SPECIES: Human| Ailward Guard



DATE OF BIRTH | AGE October 16th, 1994 | 25 years old

ZODIAC SIGN | EXPLAINED: Libra | I’m defined by my need for excitement,  and charm


RESIDENCE: Evermore, Colorado current | Washington, D.C. teen years | Evermore, Colorado adulthood | Washington, DC childhood

FAMILY LIFE: Liam’s life with his family was complicated and he struggled for a long time with his father’s policy of ‘being seen and not heard’. He loved his mother and took care of her after her breakdown, becoming the man of the house at only thirteen years old. His younger sister is kind and creative, but very dependent on her big brother and shy around others. She calls him Champ, because she knows he would do anything to protect her.

EDUCATION: Liam was fortunate enough to be born into a family that could afford to send him to private schools for the majority of his education. As a boy, he loved to learn, although sometimes he got in trouble for fidgeting in class or telling jokes to pass the time. He liked the subjects he was being taught, but often found the way they were presented terribly boring and learned more at home than he did by sitting still at a desk for eight hours straight. Eventually, at the age of nine, his mother took him out of private school and brought him to homeschool with several dedicated tutors where he could balance on a bouncy ball while doing math to his utmost content and Liam had never been happier.

GUARD TRAINING: Liam’s guard training started when he was twenty-two years old and he worked with a mentor fairly soon after he arrived in Evermore. The shock of learning he lived in a world with things like ghosts and valkyrs wasn’t so much a shock to him as it was exciting. After all, it’s every little boys dream to ride a horse in a castle and save the day. Liam certainly poured himself into his time spent at the training facilities. Even to the expense of his personal and romantic relationships, he worked hard on his craft. It wasn’t until a few years later that he was approved to go on missions, but it was then that he knew everything had a purpose and this was what he’d worked for so long. He uses a handgun and throwing knives in combat.

HAIR| EYE COLOR: Liam’s hair is gold and sits in whisps above his face. He tends to keep it shorter because the maintenance is easier, but in his teens had a bit of a rebellious streak where he bleached it and wore it long. His mother was horrified. | Though his eyes change color sometimes due to surroundings or normal color ambiguity, Liam has accepted his eye color as blue and likes to wear similar clothing to compliment this.

HEIGHT| WEIGHT | BODY TYPE | BLOOD TYPE | PROMINENT HAND : 6’1 | 168 lbs | Slender and muscular |O-negative | Left handed

ETHNICITY: Caucasian | American with English and NORWEGIAN ancestry.

KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUPERNATURAL: Liam was raised in a human household on the east coast with his only experience of supernatural beings coming from Halloween every 31st and ghost stories at campfires. He graduated from highschool early and went to university to study forensic science and interned with the intention to become an FBI agent, however, that never happened. When his mother began losing a battle with depression, his career was put on hold. It was his mother’s request that she could see The Nutcracker performed professionally. He met Aster when she danced Clara at the Kennedy Theatre. They stayed in touch and only a few months after he left, both moved to Evermore. A city like nothing he’d never seen before.

PARENTS: Amelia Arbor and Jonas Jackson | Amelia and Jonas met in the year 1964 at the start of the Vietnam war and were married a year later. Jonas was a sergeant in the Army and Amelia was a nurse at the hospital in which he brought his troops. They bonded over the small good in a troubling time. Together, they raised two children to not only appreciate good things in small packages, but also to fiercely chase their dreams in a world that wasn’t always friendly to humble beginnings.

SIBLINGS: Annabeth ‘Beth’ Arbor | Human (Suggested FC: Sabrina Carpenter

)OFFSPRING: None, but would eventually prefer to adopt a child instead of have one.EXTENDED FAMILY: His parents still live in Washington DC, although his younger sister Beth has recently followed her big brother to Evermore and is attending the local university.

PERSONALITY: Liam is reserved in nature and keeps to himself most of the time, but has a certain way with people after years of teaching himself to be more comfortable socially. It takes him a long time to warm up to others but those he keeps around are people that he’d be willing to both die or kill for as needed. He was the right-hand man to his mother after his father left her in a divorce when he was only twelve years old and has therefore become reliable and calm in the face of stress. However, he is stoic and doesn’t tend to reveal what he’s thinking unless forced and displays of the emotional type are difficult for him, unless he has known someone for a long time. Instead, he tends to give to others through time spent and personal gifts. On the flipside, in an argument, Liam is a truly stubborn man. If he thinks he can win an argument, he won’t step away from it and sometimes finds himself having to apologize because he went too far or showed obvious bias. He can be skeptical of others feelings and opinions and it takes a determined person to get through his walls. If they do, it is well worth the friend they find who is both a good listener and passionate person.

It was a Monday and they walked on a tightrope to the sun | family

literature teacher
age: 67


age: 39

younger sister
age: 17

Oh the places you'll go ╱ plots
plot # 1
Liam runs into trouble on his first mission, recklessly being caught by the people he's SURVEYING. Thankfully, his supervising Guard knows he has reckless tendencies and followed not far behind. What kind of mystery will they uncover?
plot # 2
TRUST FALL : Adventure : Active
While out scouting for the guards, Liam comes upon a mysterious house that seems to stand outside the footprint of time. He brings back an artifact for Bexley to check out the two of them get stuck in a maze and have to navigate the trust fall of escape. 
plot # 3
Liam reunites with Tatiana, an old friend with feelings, and the two of them wander through the escapades of finding out what happens when two people love personal space, but also just can't stay away from one another. 
plot # 4
title : genre : status
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title : genre : status
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