observing a step farther, you would notice that their voice is also strange. Odd how proportional their features are, while their voice more like a couple kids grabbed some crayons and scribbled in their vocal chords. When they speak, they tend to leave their Rs out of words and exchange many letters for the sound of a W, and smudge the rest of the sentence together like they had already moved on to their next thought. For example, if you accidentally bumped into them rather than hearing, “Oh, sorry I didn’t see you there,” they would respond with, “Ohw, sowwy, I didn’t mean to bump intoyouwa.” After reading all of this, you’re probably wondering what they call “them”. Well, don’t fret, I’m here to inform you that “they” come from a different world. Not much of a world actually. More like “they” live here on Earth, though “their” minds don’t. There might be a few things hiding in the green ring of their eyes. More than you think. She, however, was given the name “Forest Greene.”
Character Sketch #2 Much like the last character, this one is also very unique. Unlike Forest Greene, though, when determined by a single glance, he doesn’t appear to be amongst the people of Earth. With this being said, you probably won’t see him on Earth, not yet anyway. At the moment, his eye
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