Made ya look, didn't I? Alright, now that I have, you may go on your merry way. Thanks for playing... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oh, you're still here? Fine. Guess I'll tell you about myself, then. The name's Katherine. Call me Kat. Or Kate. Or Katie. Really, it doesn't matter to me. I was born in 2004 on The Pendragon Adventure fan forum, which was once a beautiful land where a small, familial community resided. Tragically, the land was destroyed by its creator many years ago, and the community scattered. Last year, a quiet attempt was made to bring the community together once again, and while some still believe the feat to be possible, it seems as if that Eden will never exist as it was again. After my homeland was destroyed, I spent many months wandering the interwebs in search of the remaining members of our community. There existed another land that many of my neighbors would visit whilst residing on TPA, but I myself never ventured into this land, and thus did not know how to find it. I searched high and low, but to no avail. Its location is still a mystery to me today. Perhaps the rest of my community has found a way there and lives as they once did in complete harmony. However, fate has proven to me that it is not a part of my journey to discover whether or not this is true. Once I came to terms with the loss of my sacred lands, I began my journey to find a new community. I established membership on multiple different PbP websites, but never settled more than a few months. I did find some level of permanence on The Roleplayer Guild, but even there, I felt lost in a sea of faceless people. I'm simply not cut out for city life, I guess. I need a small, fostering community much like that which was ripped away from me. So, I left the Guild and continued on my journey. Many times, it has led me here to Iwaku, but I have ignored the call time and time again. Finally, I chose to stop that foolishness. On the sixteenth day of February, as I entered into my tenth year of existence as a roleplayer, I made the decision to find a settlement in the lands of Iwaku. It wasn't until after I had spent many hours reading all of the community rules and informational threads that I realized that this place might be what I have been searching for since beginning my travels. Perhaps I will settle for a few months and realize that Fate has done nothing but taunt me by bringing me here with high hopes. Yet, I don't believe that this will be the case. I am coming into the belief that this place called Iwaku is where I will belong. Will it be you who proves to me that my beliefs are true?