I picked a picture that i thought was like a village, this okay? And since we had a well-mannered princess then i made sure to find one that was a castle too. I hope these pictures look okay :) I had a little trouble picking my character. I wanted to be the guy, because being a deliquint sounded more fun, but I'm not to good at being a guy and I'm better at being well-mannered than magical xD Hope this is okay as well. Let's begin! Also, the way i type my Roleplay is kind of weird, so I apologize in advance!!!! ^_^ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Annabell: Annabell walked through the village. No one could recognize her, for she had her long hair in a bun instead ofher usual ponytail, and she was wearing a villager dress instead of her luxourious castle gowns. Annabell had grown tired of doing nothing at the castle, so she had decided to go out, without permission of course. She walked past all of the shop stands, stopping every now and then to ooh and ahh over a necklace or earrings. The village was always lively and people were always happy. She never remembered when people looked sad in the village. Her father, the king, was very generous to his people. Right now, they were setting up a parade to be in two days. All she heard around the castle was, "We need more horses!" " "Ten more cakes!" "The chicken's got loose!" or "Sorry M'lady! We're too busy preparing!" Annabell wanted nothing more than to get the parade over. But, as always even if she were bored, she would abide by her father's orders to "Stay out of the way,and of trouble." Annabell was technically staying out of the way, and out of trouble; at the moment at least. She was taught to be polite and nice to anyone, obey her father and mother, and to never talk to suspious people. The villagers didn't seem to suspicious so every now and then she would start up a conversation with one. After a while of walking, Annabell was tired, so she went toward the village well. Sitting on the edge of a stone bench, she looked up into the sky and sighed. "What a beautiful day."