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Adrian Faign
 Posted: 19 Dec 2017, 06:37 PM
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Adrian stood in the hallway outside the office of one of the beast linguists of the department he worked in. He idly chewed on the inside of his lip as he considered just going on this mission by himself, the way he thought it needed to be done. If he had his way, he would travel alone and eliminate the issue, but that wasn’t how the head of the land division was wanting things done. Apparently reasoning with beasts was an option now. Which was what had landed him where he currently stood.

Pushing the door open, his blue eyes fell on the woman sitting at the desk. Dark hair, but not too dark. Pale skin, but not as pale as his own. “You the one that speaks the animal languages?” he asked as if he had absolutely no clue who he was talking to.

--- Olympia Vale | OOC: Lemme know if this is okay!


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Olympia Vale
 Posted: 19 Dec 2017, 11:40 PM
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It was a slow work day. But most days were, in Olympia’s job.

She was busy looking over some documents, making sure that translations within them were correct. (they weren’t but she’d fix that after highlighting them), when suddenly her door opened. She had expected it to be Mr. Aogiri, as normally he was the one who entered without knocking. As much of a hardass as Ruber was at least he usually knocked and was courteous.

But no, it turned out to be neither of her bosses, but instead a different man. But Olympia knew who he was even if she’d never spoken to him for long, “Mr. Faign” she said nodding her head in his direction. She broke into a smile when he asked if she was the one that spoke animal languages “Well mostly for the humanoid ones, like mermaids and centaurs and such. And well general body language of beasts I study too…oh and I speak Parseltongue, but that’s the only animal language I speak.” She was always excited to rattle off her qualifications. “Do you need me for something? I can put this off for a bit? Is it a live specimen?” God she hoped it was, it’d been awhile since she actually got to do much other then desk work.

Adrian Faign Ack this is so short but I'm trying to ease into her.
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Adrian Faign
 Posted: 26 Dec 2017, 05:30 PM
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Parseltongue? Fantastic. That was why he’d been told to get this woman specifically. There was also the possibility that Adrian was told to collect Miss Olympia Vale because she was currently the only available linguist, but that was beside the point. “Parseltongue’s going to come in handy on this one,” he said with a simple shrug. She wanted to know if it was a live specimen and Adrian tilted his head to the side ever so slightly. “How often do they want you to talk to the dead ones?” he asked, a bit of humor playing on the intonation of his words.

Raising up a file folder that looked like it had just survived quite the windstorm, Adrian tossed it onto the woman’s desk, paying no mind to whatever else was already on Olympia’s desk. He had a habit of not caring about whatever everyone else was doing when it came to carting them along on missions. The sooner he got them out of the Ministry, the sooner that this whole thing would be over. Hopefully. “Runespoor. There’s one loose in Brixton and as much as I would rather handle this on my own, Aogiri wants you to try and reason with the damn thing.”

--- Olympia Vale


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Olympia Vale
 Posted: 25 Jan 2018, 01:26 AM
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Olympia's smile turned into a grin and she wiggled a bit in her seat with anticipation, "Yes a snake!" She blushed a moment later over the outburst, "Sorry snakes are like...my children, my most favorite species. When you can hold conversations with an animal they tend to become your favorite." She really really hated the bad rep snakes got in the magical community. She understood many dark wizards had used them as familiars, and that in the European dark arts they were rather overrepresented, but in many other magical communities, such as in South Asia they were revered. And even back home the stigma of being a Parsletongue wasn't too bad, even though there were even more deadly snakes (and deadly animals magical or otherwise) there. She blushed again as he teased her for her comment about it being alive, "You have to understand I do a lot of desk work most of the time. Most days I don't get to see a live animal let alone a snake, that isn't my own."

Her momentary moments of embarrassment though were quelled by a description of what she was dealing with, "I've always wanted to meet a Runespoor oh my god. Three heads, three different personalities in one creature, wow. This will be so challenging, but I am so up for it. We better get it soon, this is not the right climate for the poor thing, I don't know how long he can take it. I can tell you right now half the things he'll...they'll tell me will be about being cold. " She sprung up from her chair, gathering her things together, "Most snakes will only attack if they feel threatened, and I can ease it. And the cold should also make it a lot more docile, so Aogiri was thinking the right thing." She paused for a moment remembering the question she should have asked first, "...It hasn't killed anyone has it?"

Adrian Faign Sorry this is so late. Also a lot of her internal dialogue about snakes is based on this really cool Harry Potter meta I found about how Rowling's view of snakes in folklore is very limited, if you're curious in seeing it in DM.
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Adrian Faign
 Posted: 3 Feb 2018, 04:32 PM
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Adrian raised a brow when the woman was almost overly enthusiastic about the fact that she was, in fact, being called in about a snake. Her explanation that snakes were ‘like her children’ only made it all the more weird. “If you say so,” he said as she launched into another explanation, this time about why she was so damn excited about this assignment. “I see many live animals. And then they end up dead animals. Can we go now? You can talk and walk simultaneously, yes?”

Regardless of her answer, Adrian swept out of the room. “Remember to bring the file with you,” he called over his shoulder as he left Olympia’s office. When she caught up with him, she had the file and was going on about the sort of snake they would be dealing with. A Runespoor. As far as Adrian knew, there wasn’t some special trick on how to kill it, if it came down to that, and that was all he needed to know at the moment. Olympia made mention that the current climate wasn’t ideal for a Runespoor and he shrugged. “I know as much as you do,” Adrian said when she asked if it had killed anyone. They had reached the lifts by this point. “We’ll find out when we get there.”

--- Olympia Vale | OOC: Lemme know if that's not okay and I'll rewrite!


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Olympia Vale
 Posted: 27 Feb 2018, 01:19 AM
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"Yes yes, of course I can do both at the same time," Really who COULDN'T do both walking and talking at the same time. Olympia should have known the matter was rather urgent though. Mister Faign was quick to remind her that she had to get the file, and then left her office. It took her a second to get into action, but she quickly sat up and began looking for the file, finding it moments later. She bolted out of her office, without even shutting the door behind her, and she had to run in order to catch up witht he casual strides of the older (little did she know HOW much older) man.

"Well I don't really know much about this situation," she said rather annoyed, at the man, as they waited for the lifts, "I was hoping you'd know at least a little more, we need to be able to act appropriately." The man was coming across as rather unprofessional to her, and she couldn't tell if that was his general demeanor, or if he just didn't think her worthy of professionalism.

Adrian Faign Lets get this show on the road.
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Adrian Faign
 Posted: 10 Mar 2018, 12:16 AM
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Standing at the lifts, Adrian blocked out most of what he could hear around him. One of the things that he had to deal with was the slightly heightened senses - specifically that he could just sense blood. It wasn’t a strong urging to partake, but he knew where it was, and it was enough to find irritating if he didn’t have anything to drown it out. Hence why he generally had music with him. Unfortunately, the ministry’s building had a tendency to mess with most electronics so it had taken him quite some time to get it so that the overwhelming amount of magic would stop messing with his music player.

“I know enough,” he said to the woman’s annoyed tone. “I know that bringing you along is what will ensure the most desired outcome, even if it’s not going to be the quickest.” He glanced over to Olympia as the lift doors open and they stepped inside before the doors closed and hurdled them towards their destination. “How much do you know about Runespoor?” he asked.

--- Olympia Vale


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Olympia Vale
 Posted: 17 Apr 2018, 04:01 AM
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Ugh he was still ebing difficult, "Well I mean if you know enough does that mean you can tell me something?" Olympia asked, her voice now obviously sounding frustrated. "If we're going to be any sort of partners for something liek this, this need to know basis, needs to stop." And ugh there he was thinking that she would slow things down, " Well if we kill the Runespoor we'd be no better then it would we? I know you're an eradication person but...think of it as eradicating the problem, and not eradicating the actual being causing the problem." She sure hoped he'd not be going around blowing any of those heads off that snake.

She found herself leaninng against the side of the elevator, staring at the numbers passing by on the console as opposed to her conversation partner, "Well the Runespoor is an African species, West Africa I believe? Its three headed, one head serving a single function for the entire being, one's a planner, one's a dreamer and one's a critic. Its seven feet long, and one of the longest venomous snakes in the world. And they tend to bond very well with Parseltongues, most of these facts I've known come from some older journals of my great grandfather. " She gave a small wistful smile, "I've always wanted to meet one." Yes they were highly venemous, but she'd also grown up in suburban Syndey, so its not like venemous snakes were unusual to her.

Adrian Faign I actually thought I replied to this? Maybe this is why I should use a tracker
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