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Fairytales have existed for thousands of years, inspiring imaginations around the world. Certain stories were so spellbinding, they were passed down through generations. But there was nowhere to teach the teenage sons and daughters of famous fairytales to follow in their parents’ fabled footsteps. That is until 1812, when the Grimm brothers opened the doors to Ever After High – a high school where the next generation of fairytales learned to live their legacy. Class schedules specific for each fairytale were handed out – from Princessology for royal legacies to History of Evil Spells for villain legacies. Headmaster Milton Grimm, who formerly ran Ever After High, believes the future of fairytales relies on all students fully embracing their prewritten destiny today to become a legend of tomorrow.
10 years later, the school had opened its gates to a new generation of the teenage sons and daughters of famous fairytales. With the newly expanded school separated into 2 divisions controlled by former students, the school has never been more successful! Those who enroll will be subject to tests to determine their strengths and weakness, thereby sorting them into their appropriate division. Those who would like to follow in their parents' fabled footsteps will be placed into the Royal Division and led by Headmistress Apple White. Those who would like to rewrite their own destiny will be placed into the Rebel Division and led by Headmistress Raven Queen. Will you be the next one to pass on the legacies of your parents?
March 2nd - Celes Mochigome & Hope Sibly 20th - Christa Past & Coraline Finn 24th - Stratos Tinsoldat 28th - Cheni Davinport
April 1st - Jinni Grant 4th - Baji Ram 8th - Coco D. Hooves 10th - Dragona Draco & Pierce Louette 12th - Elian Uisge & Sascha Bosch
Chapter 12: Mystery Date PLEASE READ If you haven't sent a note yet to receive your scenario and key events, please do so immediately. This event is set to end on the 15th of March.
Hey there fairytale heroes~ Got no one special this coming True Hearts day? Need a bit of adventure or a surprising Romantic night on the town? Or just got to kill a few hours? Sign up! The Host & Hostess Club invites you to participate in “True Hearts mystery dates!” You throw your name into the loving cup! and on true hearts day get set up with your King or Queen fairest.
Event: Please indicate in a comment on this journal if you would like to participate in this event. A list will be made in order to create a dating pool. We will give everyone a week to let us know if they would like to participate. Once we have all pairs we will notify both parties so that they can begin rolling the die.
Prompt 1: Students will get randomly paired and given a “date scenario” and key events, based on random number generation, decide whether it ends up Fairy Fantastic Or a fairy fail! -Complete a piece of art and in the artist description describe how the date went, be sure to include the date scenario and all key events.
Prompt 2: If you already have someone special in mind, let us see some True Heart's love. Draw a picture of your couple on a date or interacting.
Prize: Winning members will get their characters featured and Art of the happy (or unhappy couple) (Yay free art!)
Categories: Happily ever after ( best romantic date ) Cursed from birth (best failed date! ) We’re number one! (best date!)
Start: February 2nd - March 15th
Note: Dates don't have to be romantic. There is and SHOULD be no pressure to have the couple, just because they’re on a date things DON’T need to go well. That’s part of the fun.
Pairs were picked at random using random.org. Get in touch with your partner and discuss which characters you would like to use, if you'd like you could collab on one piece with just one couple, or you could use two separate couples and each draw a piece. Whichever way you choose, please leave a note to the group with four numbers [to make things extra fun, feel free to use random.org to generate your numbers] that meet the criteria below: 1) a number 1-8. 2) a number 1-5 3) a number 1-5 4) a number 1-5