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**please read carefully**

Who: Everyone left on the island who wants to have some fun! (Being a shy one in person, Draco has sent everyone an invitation! What a stuckup sweetie!)
What: A party at Draco's house! Hope his (nonexistent?) roommates don't mind ^^;;
When: Well, I wanted to have it last Friday, but I got the flu, and this weekend is thanksgiving where I live, so I thought we could go with a Friday in the rp, but whenever everyone can make it in real life over the next few days. It can end when it ends.
Where: Draco's pristine house of course.
What time: Starting at dusk.

Everything in the house was spotless and perfectly arranged, ready for guests to arrive. Draco was in the middle of lighting candles to ward away the coming darkness when he remembered something a little more important: he had yet to dress! Dashing upstairs, he eased on the pressed dark trousers and green dress shirt.

Downstairs again, he pulled freshly made hors d'oeuvre out of the oven and onto the platters he prepared with garnished with island flowers.

No one would call Draco Malfoy a bad host. He'd bought drinks.
 
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Kaito leaned against the doorway to the kitchen, impressed. "Hope I'm not too early." He said, abruptly, smirking. He wasn't going to make some excuse like 'the door was open and no one answered' because that was pretty stupid since it hadn't been and, well, he didn't even knock. "Looks good so far."

He held up a bag of stuff he thought to bring over. "I bring sugar, for those of us who need it, and plenty of chocolate. Dunno if it's the same as our world, but it looked like it'd taste good."
Masaru, having nothing better to do, decided it would be best to come to this party. The only kinds of parties he ever went to were birthday parties, so he really didn't know how to dress. He came in jeans and a black t-shirt with a red sleeveless vest over it.

Looking around, he noticed another that had brought food. "Was I supposed to bring food? Dammit, someone should have told me..."
Kaito shrugs. "Well, I just brought snacks of my own will. If there was a memo, I missed it."
"Really? OK. I guess I won't feel guilty when I dig in, hahaha!" said the boy, laughing loudly.

draconis_major

9 years ago

its_my_soul

9 years ago

Gwendolyn had put on one of her finest dresses, both to look nice, and also to cover her wings, which made it look like she had decent sized hips to fill the elegant dress. She put her hair down, and wore fine wing ornaments in her hair.

In her hands were pastries that she had bought, so people could enjoy them with tea. Everyone loves pastries with their tea, right?

She looked around and noticed Kaito. A warm smile came to her face. "Kaito, you are here as well?"
Sakuragi strolled in through the front door, whistling his very own 'tensai song'. Following the scent of food in the kitchen, his gaze fell on the girl wearing an elegant dress. The redhead looked at his own dark blue sweatpants and oversized grey hoodie, sweatdropping.

Rubbing the back of his neck, he laughed. "Nyahahaha! Was this supposed to be some kinda formal event or what? The tensai's kinda underdressed then, huh?"
"Oh, I am not sure. I am just so used to parties being formal where I am from. It could be different here...I do not know," the young Valkyrie replied.

draconis_major

9 years ago

elegante

9 years ago

draconis_major

9 years ago

red_ball_tensai

9 years ago

elegante

9 years ago

He grinned and pulled a flower out of...well, who knows? "Gwen! How have you been?" He asked. Even though they lived in the same house, they didn't bump into each other very much.
Gwendolyn gladly accepted the flower and smiled. "I have been well, thank you very much. And how are you?"

tophatxmonocle

9 years ago

elegante

9 years ago

tophatxmonocle

9 years ago

elegante

9 years ago

Noa looked forward to the party since a certain Malfoy announced it over the journals. While the recent missing persons ordeal didn't go as far as to depress him -- except, perhaps, when it came to Renge, then it upset him to a degree -- it hadn't put him in the lightest of moods. A while passed since he last saw any of his roommates, a trend that appeared to repeat itself with his second set of roommates as well, so aside from the quieter streets his house was rather silent and at times lonesome.

He checked the invitation to make sure. Yes, this was the right house, no, he hadn't gotten lost. He entered to see four other people already there, and he smiled. "It's nice to see you all," he said, balancing a platter of club sandwiches.
Sakuragi turned round as the smell of sandwiches (somehow) wafted to his nose. His eyes lit up in childish glee. Good food!

"Hey, those look good," he said, coming up to Noa. "Mind if I have some?" His fingers were itching to just reach up and grab one, but he fought it. It wouldn't do to somehow anger the one who held the key to curing his hunger.
He turned to the red-haired young man, whom he hadn't noticed until he was approached. "Not at all," he replied, a light laugh accenting the end of the phrase. "That's why I brought them."

He looked at the boy more attentively. As far as Noa remembered, they hadn't interacted outside of the journals. "I don't think we've met formally," he said. "I'm Noa, and it's nice to meet you."

red_ball_tensai

9 years ago

ioncehadacause

9 years ago

The first guest! Draco felt butterflies in his stomach sa he turned to see who it was.

"You're not early at all, and thank-you for bringing erm sugar... I appreciate it." Draco hoped he'd caught himself in time to be polite. But what a strange kid! Why would he bring such sweets? The chocolate didn't hop away when you opened it, and there weren't any trading cards. Maybe it tasted good?

"Come in Kaito-kun, you may leave your jacket in the spare room there," Draco pointed left, "if you wish."

Smiling, the blond watched the rooms slowly fill. People were talking over the music. He hoped they would dance later. He hadn't danced since the Yule Ball, and that had been so stuffy and formal. Oh well, there was the whole night to get people into the right mood.
Kaito looked Draco up and down. Young. Definately a rich kid. "Guess it pays to be pure blood." He caught on quickly. Getting rid of his jacket he came back and found a free space to arrange the sugar. Then he thieved a few interesting looking candy bars for himself and glanced around.

People were arriving quickly. It appeared that everyone was either looking for somewhere to relax after the semi-hard time or were just coming to party. Which was fine too. Absentmindedly, he switched the chocolate from hand to hand, making it look like it disappeared each pass. "You're popular." He grinned.
Grinning at the smaller boy Draco caught the corner of his eye. Under his breath he muttered, "either I'm popular or I know how to blackmail. Same result anyhow."

Draco looked around the room. It was true, there seemed to be an ok turnout. Not amazing, but he'd made some grudges, so not bad.
The way the village had become so eerily quiet overnight was not a welcoming change for Kakashi, especially since his comrades, Naruto and Sasuke, were no longer around. He wasn't fond of the idea of being trapped on an island while who-knows-what was happening back home.. or wherever Naruto and Sasuke had gone to. Even Renge hadn't shown up at the bookstore in days.

His shift had just ended and Kakashi was on his way home when he passed Draco's house. He didn't know the wizard boy very well, but somehow he'd gotten an invitation from him for a party.

Kakashi paused. Should he check out this party or go back to his lonely, boring house? Hmmm, I should really find out who's still around these days.. he thought. Turning around, he approached Draco's front door (which was open just a bit) and stepped inside.

"Yo. Is this the party?" There were already some guests inside, but he immediately noticed that neither Sai nor Sakura was among them.
"Yes, Kakashi, this happens to be a party. Are you coming in?" Draco said as he noticed shimmery silver hair hovering near the door. How unlike the rest of those ninja-folk, most of them seemed the type to barge in...

"I'll fix you a drink ok?" Draco continued when he saw the nin searching out the guests.
Normally he would be the type to barge in, preferably via the window, but only when he knew the owner of the house well enough to not care whether they appreciate it or not.

As Draco greeted him, Kakashi stepped in further from the door, but not before checking to see how many guests were wearing shoes in the house. Somewhere he'd heard that Westerners actually preferred it when guests kept their shoes on rather than off.

"Thanks, Draco-san," he replied, nodding once at the blond host. Maybe he could use a drink.
Sai looked at his invitation and up to the house again. He hoped that this time he wouldn't run into an empty house (the third one) this time. A relieved sigh came when he noticed the guests.

"Good evening" he greeted from the door.
Masaru recognized his partner from the snow ball fight. It may have been a while, but how could he forget a partner from a fight? He turned towards the other, his mouth stuffed with food.

"Yo!" he said, semi clearly, no thanks to the food in his mouth.
"hey" he greeted and smiled when he recognized the person he was talking to "having a feast I see".

its_my_soul

9 years ago

Not far from the door himself, Kakashi turned towards the sound of the familiar voice. Spotting Sai came as a huge relief, though Kakashi's outer expression didn't look any less bored than usual.

He greeted his comrade with a languid wave of his hand. "Evening. Good to see you haven't disappeared yet, Sai."
"Evening, Kakashi-san" he greeted with a smile "So I'm not so paranoid to think there's a lot who disappeared, huh?"
Mai arrived later than many of the others, mainly because she worked a shift at work from morning to late afternoon and had to deal with some less than agreeable customers -- if only she didn't have to turn in her knives to the team leader every shift, then those whiners would've gotten a taste of something... As soon as she reached home, she passed out for three hours, a rather pleasant sleep. When she woke up, she suddenly remembered Draco's party would start in fifteen minutes and...lied in bed for twenty minutes longer. The sleep was so nice and filled with thoughts of a certain Fire Nation prince she contemplated skipping the party. Then she realized she'd be doing nothing but sitting at home being bored as usual if she did, and finally got up and got ready to go.

When she got there about fifteen minutes late, it seemed to her no one noticed or cared, despite a latecomer probably being easier to spot in a party of eight other people. "Hm, some party," she remarked in her usual monotone. "Is this really all who's coming?"
Masaru turned towards the girl, his mouth full of food and shrugged. He swallowed what was in his mouth and responded to her. "Maybe we're all who's left? That would kinda suck though. Damn...this place is getting less and less exciting. But hey, at least the food is still good, right, right?!" hey said, laughing afterwards.