Don't Go Out After Dark

Discussion in 'ROLEPLAY GRAVEYARD' started by RealisticFantasy, Nov 3, 2015.

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  1. The town of Sleepy Hollow, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the big cities, has a weird air about it. You come across it when you least expect it and when you're looking for it, you can't find it. As such, Sleepy Hollow doesn't often have tourists. Not the residents of Sleepy Hollow are unkind. In fact, they are quite the opposite. They have gone so long without a new face that they be happy to oblige.

    The quiet little town of Sleepy Hollow is the perfect little place, once you get used to its quirks. There are unspoken rules that they residents follow like law. You'd be smart to learn them. If there's any you learn by heart, it should be this: Don't go out after dark. That is, unless you plan on being one of the more permanent residents of Sleepy Hollow.​


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    #1 RealisticFantasy, Nov 3, 2015
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