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A Prelude Behind Bars

Post by C.S.O. on Tue Feb 28, 2017 1:02 am

As a facility run by the United Federation, Statesville Penitentiary was set up to house the undesirables in their society. It was established to hold the more serious offenders in the system, but not the worst of the worst. So, the majority of the convicts were ones convicted of serious, non violent crimes or violent criminals who were not deemed to be a serious danger to themselves and others.

The prison itself was a series of interconnected buildings, set up to contain and rehabilitate the inmates. The entire facility was surrounded by stone walls topped with razor wire, with a single gateway leading into or out of the facility. This might be considered more secure than necessary by some, but given that it was only about an hour away from the nearest city many thought that security should be a higher priority.

The population of the prison was quite large, containing around five hundred prisoners at any one time. That value would fluctuate quite a lot as there were transfers into and out of the prison at fairly regular intervals once or twice a month. As it turned out, today was one of those days.


A prisoner transport truck had just reached the gate leading into the compound. After a quick check of their credentials, the truck was ushered through the gate and in towards the prison proper. The truck made its way over to a drop off point, where several members of the prison staff and guards were waiting to usher the prisoners on the truck into the processing station to confirm their identities. Once the truck came to a halt, one of the guards steps over to it and opens the door so that the prisoners, clad in jumpsuits common to the penal system, can be ushered out one at a time and directed inside.


( OOC: And so another story begins.

This rp will be open for the time being, but eventually I will indicate that it is request to join for additional people.


For people joining now, I have an important note. There are going to be two entry situations for this rp.

1.) Your character can be a prisoner being transferred into Statesville, in which case you should post immediately with your charater disembarking from the truck.

2.) Your character is already an inmate in Statesville, so you aren't going to have to post immediately. You'll join in with your character once the transfers have entered the prison proper. If you are going to use this option, please just make an OOC post to confirm that you're joining. I can then send out a PM when it's time for you to join in properly.

We'll have a few days for people to join in at this point before I'll post again.

When you join in, please indicate the name of your character, you can include a bio link if you have one, and state what they have been arrested and placed in prison for. This can be part of the details in your actual post or just an OOC addition. I will do similarly once I introduce my character.

For additional details, please check out the plotting topic for this rp. Behind Bars


Now, my rules section.

Post order will be determined by the order people join in. Please adhere to it unless I state otherwise.

When the post order is established, you will have two days to post when your turn comes up. If you do not post before the end of two days, you will be skipped.
You will have some leeway on this.

If two days pass, but the person after you hasn't posted yet, you may still take your turn. If you miss a post, you will have to wait until your next post to do so.

If you frequently miss posting, you will be dropped from the rp.

Wow... this is much more streamlined than my last rule section. Smile

With that out of the way, feel free to post and try to have fun. )


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Re: A Prelude Behind Bars

Post by Hikari on Tue Feb 28, 2017 3:48 am

“I am Hikari…”
 
The dressed guard had himself a chuckle as he walked away, but it ceased when he struck the check box with a pen. One would wonder what he found amusing about this. Perhaps he was a sadist? Maybe it was even how ironic it was that a being’s name whom meant “light” was trapped in such an infernal place. Either way, it would not benefit Hikari, not at the very least. Nor would the idea of even pleading his innocence at this point.
 
It was all the same since he had been caught in the center of Station Square. A mass of robotic parts and machines were left all over, and the eye witness reports had spoken of a streak of light that flew about the city. Some ere dazzled by the spectacle of the ray of light that would dismember robotic parts of the machines that were doing their “duty.” At least, that was what the army would claim as they found nothing remaining but the confused and dazed soldiers that were surrounding him and claiming that he caused all this chaos.
 
Pleas and cries were not necessary, nor would they be effective. He had this coming anyway.
 
It was dusty as a dessert, but no more horrid than the Twilight Cage. The criminals that were lined up with him had that smirk and smile that they kept on their faces just looking at him. He was not the sturdiest of Echidnas, especially without his Nocturnus suit. The colors of the jumpsuit (Orange, right?) absolutely argued with the colors of his dusty white fur. His long lochs of hair hung from his head, but were entangled and slightly charred due to him not being able to clean up from the destruction that night. Sleep was far in between, and the only thing that kept him on his feet was that warrior spirit that disgusted him so.
 
Still, wrists bound, and electric blue eyes still as a statue’s, he stared forward in a depressed manner.
 
“Perhaps, this is retribution for what my kind have done,” he thought solemnly to himself, “Perhaps…I am fated to die here.”
 
A warming thought in such a cold place. He started to go through the history and philosophize every crime.
 
The Nocturnus were people of war. Barbarians from their own time. They even had a name during this time that G.U.N. called them by: Marauders, was it? Yes! It sounded barbaric enough! Hikari, no matter what side he played as he rebelled, he was still a product of that past. Time had gone on without them, even though it passed differently between their prison and this natural world that became so beautiful. The rose in his hair was a reminder of just how precious the world was as it flourished without the presence of their technological weapons and warfare.
 
Yes. If this was retribution, then it was appropriate.
 
”Hey, Lass. Cheer up, naw!” Hikari’s eyes coming to life as he looked to the prisoner beside him who moved his lips incognito, “The fun has yet to begun, until we get inside. Capeche?”
 
He was a massive burly brute. A giant Warthog with a crazed look in his eye and a giant nose ring that was rusted. Still, his muscular physique was what spoke for itself. Hikari knew with one of his massive hands, he could crush him. This beast had spoken many times before during the transfer. “Rock the Warthog” they called him. He spoke of what this place had to offer as he had talked about many of his partners that were inside and treated the place like prestige.
 
Yes, what a beautiful world the planet had become without the presence of the Nocturnus. They even had a place for ruthless relics like himself.
 
Looking to the direction of the large prison, he could not help but the smile in what could have been thought of as a moment of madness. “The people of this planet,” he laughed half-heartedly, “They have thought of everything.”




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Re: A Prelude Behind Bars

Post by Froshana on Wed Mar 01, 2017 12:35 am

Among the others inside the transport vehicle was another inmate. This one was a feline, covered head to toe in short, pitch black fur. Rounded ears and the structure of her face made it fairly clear this wasn't some generic housecat either, but more of a species of big cat. Her face was framed by equally dark hair, most of it tied back into something of a loose ponytail, but the shorter strands of her bangs remaining loose.

The black panther had been silent for the ride to Statesville. With the only windows in the vehicle having been set into the backdoors of the truck, there wasn't much to do for the drive. The gaze of her silver eyes only glanced occasionally to the other inmates riding with her, but mostly remained down on the cuffs around her wrists. It seemed that her claws didn't retract either as she spent quite a bit of time running her fingertips along the sharp talons. Whether she was actually a melanistic leopard or jaguar was difficult to determine as she didn't appear to bear any ghost striping within the black of her coat. ...Or what little of her coat could be seen around the jumpsuit she was wearing anyway.

Despite these less-than-favorable circumstances, however, the panther was relatively calm and almost relaxed, leaning forward in her seat and resting her elbows on her legs. Her sentence wasn't too terrible and she had no intention of letting this attempt at rehabilitation stop her from continuing to profit from the drug addictions that were rampant among youths in certain cities once she got back out... Felicia Tarim was way too headstrong to not take advantage of such easy opportunities, after all.

Felicia lifted her head as stops became more frequent and the average speed of the vehicle slowed, indicating they were near or at their final stop. Peering towards the two back windows, one could see the gates closing behind them and then finally after another stop, guards and staff standing behind the truck. She only gave the quiet echidna and overly-talkative warthog an idle, perhaps slightly perturbed, glance before the doors opened.

Once prompted to do so, the feline stood and exited the back of the truck. Now on her feet, it seemed that she didn't really fill out her jumpsuit like one might expect from her species. Well-muscled, sure, but quite... lithe? Perhaps it was a side effect of actually using the drugs that she helped so much to distribute. Granted, there didn't seem to be any other indications of her being a junkie so it was hard to tell.

Her eyes scanned the area around them, noting the number of personnel around and also the number of inmates with her. It was fairly obvious that she was measuring up the level of security here, but her body language remained relaxed, ears down at their normal position and her tail hanging low behind her. She had no intention of causing trouble for the time being.



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Post by ForevaYoung on Wed Mar 01, 2017 9:09 am

Somewhere along the middle of the seating of the large bus holding the newest inmates sat a most curious wolf girl. Upon a first glance not much was out of the ordinary, but if one were to look again they would see a set of ink black horns curling around the base of the females pointed ears. Her gaze had been solely focused on the floor of the vehicle for the entire trip to the penitentiary, as thoughts of what she was going to come across inside this place sprung forward. She had been the undoing of some of the inmates already residing inside, what with her freelancing work basically contractually holding her to do as the higher ups barked orders while they sat in the shadows and let her get her hands dirty for them. 

It was on a particular mission that the commander for her position at that time had neglected to mention that going into another area that was protected by another force was in fact a serious chargeable offence. Something along the lines of stealing that cities or towns work from under their nose, and not having particular authority to do things legally when chasing someone, she admitted to really listen. 

So here she was, sitting in a bus full of offenders, wondering how on Mobius she managed to get done for attacking an officer of the law. She had been filled in that she had somehow snapped and almost took an officer out completely in a fit of rage. Working undercover for the wrong people put her here and she was beyond seething. She should have stuck to the official professionals in the city. She would have at least had some form of jurisdiction that way after all. 

A fellow inmate passed her by, indicating to her lowered senses that the vehicle had in fact came to a stop, and she saw an opening to stand and follow the steady line of offenders out. She pushed her red and white bangs out of her face before quickly fixing her high ponytail and made her way to the front. The jumpsuit she had been hasitly given to put on was two sizes too big for her small body, so she felt like a child playing dress up and hoped that they would get better fitting clothing or at least something less offensive on the eyes. The orange was killing her inside. 

She came up to a guard who immediately asked for her name. She looked around the area, noting there were a few newbies like herself who didn't look like the type to be capable of doing much to get themselves put in here. A white echidna spoke out what she could only assume was his name, otherwise he would have probably been reprimanded for talking out of line, she couldn't be entirely sure, then back down to her cuffed wrists in silence before responding with a raspy "Tala... " earning a raised eyebrow from the one addressing her. She had no surname, so what she had given was all she could along with clear defiance in her sapphire blue eyes. 

With any hope, she wouldn't be in here for long. But being freelance meant she would most likely be alone for the most part in getting the right help behind her case.

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Re: A Prelude Behind Bars

Post by Dregan on Wed Mar 01, 2017 7:56 pm

Whilst it seemed many on the bus had took to their feet to take the formality of a queue, one individual at the back seemed more than happy to simply... wait. Indeed, as the others passed him by, he seemed to be... well, making himself comfortable. Lacking a neighbour for the trip, he'd taken to lounging length-ways across his seat, handcuffed hands resting behind his head as he lay back against the barred windows.
All in all, he just seemed very... out-of-place here. Whilst the bus seemed to contain it's fair share of rough-looking vagabonds, the fire salamander instead held an air of... class. Golden hair was swept neatly back atop an athletically built body - everything about him seemed to come off as strikingly refined.
Well... everything bar the orange jumpsuit, which seemed that it probably would struggle to look good on anyone. Still, considering the salamanders black and yellow scales... at least it didn't clash with his colours.

"Raphael Hall," the hoarse voice of one of the guards spoke up, "Don't think we don't see you back there. On your feet!" Offering but a smirk in response, the salamander took to his feet and joined the queue - a brief nod of friendly acknowledgment to the prisoners he was squeezing himself between. They didn't seem to want to return the expression of joviality.
The case of Mr. Hall was an interesting one. The crimes he'd supposedly committed were from a few years back. The aristocrat had got himself in trouble in the past for a few minor incidents - nothing too serious. Mostly being a public nuisance, apparently to entertain himself.
However, then the thefts began. A gentleman thief - identifying himself at the time as 'Raphael Hall' - had committed a string of thefts, in increasingly obtuse style. All evidence of the events had seemed to point towards the salamander. Except for the fact that each time, he'd had an airtight alibi.

The thefts had stopped, and the case had gone cold - all the way up until a recent interview. Some of the figure's flights of fancy had taken him into the public eye, and on this occasion, a magazine had asked him a number of questions regarding the past suspicions towards him. In the interview, he openly and casually admitted to having committed the thefts - before heading straight out and handing himself over to the police.
He had yet to explain HOW he had committed the crimes, however he had pleaded guilty to all charges on which he'd already been proven innocent. When asked WHY he had handed himself however, he did have an answer - boredom.

Yes, for Mr. Hall, prison was looking to be a fresh new experience! Grinning as he made his way towards the front of the bus, he seemed genuinely enthused to be there.

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Post by C.S.O. on Sun Mar 05, 2017 2:02 am

The half dozen guards patiently oversee the process. A couple of them are actually required to go and corral one or two prisoners off the transport, like Raphael, who wanted to test the boundaries of these guards. But in just a few minutes, the dozen or so prisoners are off the vehicle and are being ushered to and through the doorway leading into the processing center.

The processing center is a fairly spacious yet bland room. It's just an open area for incoming prisoners to stand and wait. There is a section along the left side of the room, that is enclosed and has a window, allowing a person inside to see into the main processing area.

Opposite the entryway the prisoners come in from the vehicle drop off, about a quarter of the room is divided off from the rest of the area by a barred partition and gate. The gate and partition make a corridor that leads to a set of swinging doors, which appeared to be the access point to the main portion of the prison.

Once everyone had been ushered inside the processing room, the guard at the front of the procession addresses the group and motions towards the window on the left side of the room from the entryway.

"You will all line up at the processing station. You will go through one at a time. State your name clearly and look into the camera on the other side of the window. When the processing officer directs you to, move on to the gate." he states clearly.

Once each person heads up to the window, the processing officer would look up at them and wait for them to give their name. They'd then enter the name into the database and bring up the record of the prisoner to make sure they had the right person there. If all was well, the prisoner would then be directed on to the gate.

At the gate, another guard would be waiting on the inside of it, to open it and allow the prisoners who'd cleared processing into the barred off corridor. There, the prisoners would be directed to line up before the swinging doors. There they would wait until everyone was processed.

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Post by Hikari on Tue Mar 07, 2017 4:44 am

“Cop killer…”
 
The halls were silent for a moment…
 
“Cop killer!”
 
Not a sound was made during the calls…
 
“You heard me, Cop Killer!!!”
 
This time, a digit was directed to the first individual. The white furry Echidna was dwarfed in comparison to the forms about him. Regardless, he kept a gentle smile upon his face, staring ahead to the processing station window, but motionless. The officer on the inside of the gate seemed to be disgusted at his display of immobility, and so he acted as he stood before him. Hikari’s expression, still unmoving, had simply looked up with a gleeful expression now as he stared upward to this form before him.
 
”They callin’ you, kid!”
 
His smile was weak as he seemed genuinely oblivious of what was being said…until now.
 
“Did they?” he spoke up, “I know not of this ‘Cop Killer.’ I have bene wondering who they mean by that term. As said before, I am Hi-”
 
“Shut up!” silence following immediately after, “Get your tail’ up there…Cop Killer!”
 
Hikari had stood silent all the while. Even when he was called that term once again, even if h was told to hush, he still retained his weak smile and gentle expression to his face. To follow up to the insult and rashness, the guard shoved Hikari along with an armed weapon that was held by the officer. The Echidna, for a moment, hid his expression and was still. His dreads curtaining his face until he tossed his hair about and turning around showing the same weak smile.
 
“Very well…”
 
Quietly, Echidna had walked up to the open window before him. Slowly, he bounced on his toes, reaching for the opening as he placed his cuffed hands on the plateauing shelf at the processing station. With the same gentle expression, he had spoken kindly saying, “I am, who they call, ‘Cop Killer,’ Sir!”
 
With wide eyes, the officer had banged on the glass as Hikari had jumped backward with a brisk reaction. Yelling something vulgar, the officer prompted Hikari to get away from the glass, but not in such a friendly use of words exactly. He had wasted no time processing the name, even without asking as he could see the face of the Echidna Hikari, confused…truly, had turned on his heel and begun to  walk to the gate. His head hit by the butt of the weapon he was carrying causing Hikari to wince in pain.
 
Regardless, he continued walking forth. Unsure of what they truly desired for him to say in this place.
 
It was unsettling.







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Post by Froshana on Thu Mar 09, 2017 1:43 am

There was something of a scene with the echidna that went first. The panther watched with idle interest, taking note of the prisoner's treatment and judging the apparent naivety of the echidna. She had to wonder if he was even old enough to be here. The end of her tail twitched a couple of times, but otherwise, she just glanced away. At least she had no reputation to worry about. Felicia had been entirely unknown up until a short time before her arrest. Keeping to the shadows was something she had a bit of a knack for.

...Although maybe not as much as she'd thought, considering the amount of crimes suddenly adding up against her that had resulted in her presence here, though.

As the little ordeal with the echidna ended, the feline noted that she was apparently next and padded on over to the window. "Felicia Tarim," she stated dully upon facing the pane of glass and the waiting camera on the other side. There was really nothing interesting about the panther. She was easy to look over among the other much more colorful and unique individuals around. ...Aside from looking like Halloween had come early with the mix of black and orange.

The processing cleared easily enough and Felicia cast another glance back towards the entrance they'd just come in from before starting off to join Hikari over on the other side of the room. She turned in place to wait for the others to join so they could move on and get to a point that these handcuffs could finally be removed.

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Post by ForevaYoung on Thu Mar 09, 2017 6:03 pm

Shouts and insults were being thrown around as if they were nothing, most seemingly directed towards the echidna whom caught her attention before. The negativity in the area was almost suffocating, and she was beyond relieved that her bracelets were fully functional at this time. The amount of coercing the officers to allow her to keep these silver bracelets on gave her a headache just thinking back to it before they got on the vehicle to drive here. 

A few footsteps along the way to join up with the steady line of offenders, her ears twitched when a growl was directed right at her as she passed. 


"Why's this little runt allowed her jewellery and I can't have my damn gloves? "

Tala felt herself get shoved to the side by the owner of the voice, a rather burly looking bear who wore the biggest scowl she had ever seen on a fellow Mobian. Maybe it was because he was so large, or maybe the dim lighting accentuated his gnarly features, she couldn't be completely sure. His tired, yet openly angered voice rang out again. "I said -"

"You don't want to know... " The horned canine cut him off before he could fully repeat himself. That, that was apparently a bad move as the next thing she knew his huge ugly mug was right before her looking her dead in the eye, pure fury written all over the dark orbs boring holes in her. 

"You watch who you're talkin' to, kid." 

She never even noticed he had grabbed her by the collar to lift her until a guard pried him away from her. Wow, these guys were full of it. They let things spiral out like that, and wait until violence is almost inevitable before stepping in? Things were not run at their best obviously. 

The dual coloured wolf girl stood to take her position in the line and stated her name before joining the many others on the opposite side. She hoped these cuffs would be taken off soon, she was getting itchy wrists. 

'Hmmm... Let's hope no more people want to start a fight and we can get settled in without wasting amy more time.' Tala thought quietly to herself. The sooner they finished up here, the sooner she could get down to business about getting the right people to help her out of this predicament. That, and she could hopefully get a nap squeezed in there somewhere.

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Post by Dregan on Fri Mar 10, 2017 8:33 pm

Towards the back of the line, the salamander bobbed on his heels idly, waiting to be processed. For a moment, he allowed himself a jolly little whistle - before silence was demanded of him. He obliged, with a nod and a smile towards the officer. Despite seeming to harbour no ill will towards the guardsmen, the young gentleman seemed to be oddly enjoyin the ordeal. At least, he was... until a commotion began in the hallway ahead.

'Cop Killer'. Ah.
It seemed that some of the people who were joining him had built quite the reputation for themselves. Well... honestly so had he, but he was pretty certain his attempts were a lot more intentional.
Leaning out of the queue slightly, he caught a glimpse of the white echidna - before straightening back up under some of the guard's glares. There were many words he'd use to describe the figure up front, but 'cop killer' wasn't one he'd anticipate. 'Clueless' seemed to be the more obvious one. Still, appearances could be deceptive. They'd definitely be one worth keeping an eye on - if only for his own safety.

It wasn't too long before another commotion sprung up - this time a lot more close to home. Directly before Raphael was the figure of an enormous bear. And directly in front of them... was the young wolf they were so eagerly antagonising.
Not quite approving of the circumstance, the salamander decided to speak up; "I happen to think the jewellery makes the young lady appear quite fetching," he commented forward, "Whereas I'm sure even your gloves could do naught to improve your poor features." The aristocrat didn't even flinch as the comments he'd made caused the huge bear to rile on him - not even reacting as the guards stepped in once more, finally escorting the furious mound forwards. Well then. That would be another one to watch out for.

Wandering past Tala with a small wink and a swagger in his step, he placed himself in front of the glass with a smirk, staring directly into the camera. "Raphael Hall," he declared in a clear, concise tone - before offering an acknowledging nod to the processing officer, as he was guided out of the room.

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Post by C.S.O. on Sat Mar 11, 2017 10:42 pm

There is a higher ranking official overseeing the processing of prisoners from inside this room and he watches as these various events unfold taking them in and making note of them.

First, he sees Hikari's interaction with a belligerent guard who's directing him along.

He was well aware of the events surrounding Hikari's incarceration. As was his understanding though, Hikari had not been directly responsible what had occurred and had apparently helped resolve the situation. Of course... someone had to be held to account for damages that had been inflicted in the battle there. In that regard, Hikari was certainly guilty. Killing officers on site though... that didn't seem to be likely in this one's case. It certainly hadn't been proven.

Clearly the guard harassing Hikari had other thoughts on the matter. His superior knew that he was going to have words with him eventually, but he quickly revised that assessment when the guard actually struck Hikari with his weapon.

"Wilkinson!" the officer snaps to the guard in question. The guard, Wilkinson, snaps to attention and looks towards his superior, who motions him over.

As Wilkinson makes his way towards him, the officer then notes the unruly male bear in the lineup who's making comments about the horned female wolf ahead of him. The officer catches the eyes of a couple of guards near the back of the lineup and indicate that they should address that problem, allowing him to deal with this other one.

The official begins dressing down Wilkinson right on the spot, but keeping his voice low, to keep their conversation from being overheard.

Even while doing that, the official is able to see that the bear in line has been escorted away from the other prisoners, but not before the bear had briefly gotten hold of the wolf he'd been complaining about. Fortunately nothing had come of it. The last thing the officer wanted was to deal with the paperwork dealing with such an incident.

By the time the official was done dealing with Wilkinson, who looked properly chastised for the moment, most of the prisoners had been put through processing. The bear, currently standing off to one side and flanked by a pair of guards, was going to go through on his own at the end and would likely be spending the night in solitary. Hikari appeared to be none the worse for wear as well.

Once the processing phase was taken care of and everyone, minus the bear, were through the gate the group were ushered through the swinging doors, down another corridor and into the main cell block where the rest of the prison population currently resided.

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Post by Hikari on Sun Mar 12, 2017 8:10 pm

“Such a friendly crew, yes?”
 
Anyone would swear Hikari was being sarcastic, but it was hard to tell. He done so saying this with the chiming voice, a smile projecting nothing but the utmost warmth, and done so with an enthusiasm that was bordering on creepy. However, it was the way he always was, and he continued to do so as he chimed a hum while going down the corridors with his eyes closed and ears opening, listening to the corral of feet that marched along with his own. Eventually, they had come into the open space with a lot more prisoners than just themselves. Hikari, still with a face of astonishment, seemed to be unfazed by the reality of incarceration.
 
He had been looking to “other things” as he had been waiting to be processed. The interaction between the prisoners had shown something he was quite use to: loyalty. Even if they had their own motives, they had principals that they could not abandon, and not to mention some personal items. It was something that was essential in any form of imprisonment. A gentle smile daunting his face, it was either very comforting or utterly sadistic the way he stared at them.
 
Either way, it was up for them to decide as he walked up the halls, occasionally gazing back to Rapheael with intrigue.
 
“And look as if we have more friends!”
 
Hikari’s mask was still consistent.
 
Little did they know, he was use to this. To Hikari, he had gone from one prison to the next, and now here he felt this would be the end game for himself. He had looked left to right, seeing prisoners, but they were less potent than what he was used to. Being in a prison where galactic criminals had been an eye opening lesson for him. To that extent, he had walked about the prison as if it was a playground, and already he had gotten the attention of others due to the aura he radiated from his very appearance.
 
“Whose the flower boy?”
 
“We got fresh meat!”
 
“Been looking for a new gal.”
 
He hoped that last one was not directed to him, after all, it would not be the first time.
 
Regardless of mistakes that prisoners could possibly make when dealing with him, Hikari had seemed to be done with his expedition after walking the floor just for a few feet. He smiled, seeming to be fond of the group he had come in with. After all, he had a bus ride to get to know them, and some questionable motives, crimes, and tension aside; they were “okay.” The Echidna looked to the group with a nonchalant smile, seeming to be free of any worry.
 
It was either he seen them as a threat, or not a big enough one that he could not deal with.
 
“Shall we go together?” Hikari craned his neck in a cute manner. His eyes in a half-close gaze as he addressed the group, somewhat suggesting an alliance
 
After all, everyone could use an ally, no matter how temporary.




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Post by Froshana on Mon Mar 13, 2017 5:56 am

Of course, more attempts at needless violence continued to be made, even as one of the guards had to be called aside after striking an inmate. Another prisoner was ready to start a fight with the rather odd wolf after they exchanged words, but things didn't get far before another inmate attempted to interfere. That seemed to stall the bear long enough for the guards to step in and remove him.

The panther huffed some hair from her face. If this was how things were already going from the very start, her sentence was going to feel a lot longer than it actually was... She cast a little glance to the others that, one by one, came over to form a new line after getting checked out. Certainly some, er... interesting faces among the group, to say the least. Finally, though, the remaining prisoners were processed and they were on the move again.

Felicia was a bit amazed at the disposition of the echidna right in front of her. The more he felt the need to vocalize and glance back to the others in the line, the more she was certain that this one had a couple of screws loose. Could she not have been put in line next to someone less social? The feline tried to not pay any attention to the display and instead take note of memorizing the surroundings as they were guided along. Arriving in the cell block, they were greeted by calls and taunts from other inmates they passed. She did her best to not acknowledge those either. Reactions and responses were what they were looking for, no doubt.

When Hikari again turned back to direct a question to the others there, the panther squinted her silver gaze back at him and gave no response, hoping that he would just worry about the other inmates following in line behind her. Her long tail curled up a bit.

'Don't respond, just keep your head down,' she had to mentally remind herself, 'Blend in and keep quiet and this'll be a nice, short little experience.'

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Post by ForevaYoung on Mon Mar 13, 2017 7:55 pm

Tala lowered her ears as the words of the scarred bear rang in her head.

'runt...'

To most, it was merely a word to name someone smaller than them, but to her it wasn't a pleasant phrase. She was smaller than most wolves and always got a lot of teasing for it from those she worked with, but before that she would always get subjected to a lot of physical harm all because she wasn't as big or as strong as the others in her past situation. The word was a trigger in her head for pain, no matter how much she tried to get over it.

'Come on girl, that ain't happening anymore now that you have your own life to contend with. Deal with it.'

She moved her sapphire gaze towards the male salamander who looked very dignified and with his manner of speaking indicated there was more to him than what meets the eye. She gave a somewhat shy nod of thanks to his response directed at the bear who had been taken away. His wink to her made a strange warmness begin in her stomach. Gratefulness. Such a foreign feeling.
 
The smaller echidna was giving a seemingly calm, innocent face towards the group as a whole, regardless of the fact he had been stricken with the guards weapon, before uttering that he wanted them all to go together as a whole. Well, that was sort of the case whether they wanted to do so or not, considering the current circumstances. But she understood what he meant. His sudden over bearing enthusiasm unnerved her a little. She wasn't sure how to take this guy. Maybe he got hit on the head when he was a kid? The horned female couldn't say, all she knew was he was getting to the creepy stage.

Tala looked around the group she had walked in with briefly, and noted the coal black panther who had just blown some stray hairs from her face, the main reason on why her gaze focused on her just then. She looked like she really wanted to just stay in the shadows and not get involved with anyone, so merely acknowledged her wish with a slight nod and the smallest of smirks directed to her.

'At least there are other females around...'

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Post by Dregan on Wed Mar 15, 2017 4:51 am

Stepping on through to the main area, Raphael couldn't help but immediately take note of the attitude of the echidna. Whilst the generally chipper and surprisingly aristocratic salamander seemed rather out-of-place here, he had nothing on this flowery figure. He almost felt overshadowed by them.
"I don't see us as having so much choice," he offered a smirk, raising an eyebrow their way, "Though I do not suppose they're done with us? I should at least expect a showing to our cells. Where we will be laying our heads and such..." he glanced between the others, "...And of course, who our roommates shall be."

He paused a second, glancing around to see if any of the guards were perhaps planning on guiding them anywhere - before taking a look over their little assembled group. He had to remind himself for a second that the one he'd been speaking so casually with had been identified by the others as an apparent 'cop killer'. They didn't... come off, as particularly dangerous. Then again, they didn't come off as particularly sane either so... the potential was there.
The other two meanwhile... well, the wolf girl struck as an innocent enough soul - couldn't possibly imagine what she'd done to get in here. The horns struck him as interesting though - kinda exotic. He liked that.
Then there was the panther, the quiet one. He wasn't so sure if they were actually standing WITH them or just standing NEAR them as a result of being shuffled through. Still, they seemed to've been included in the sociable echidna's general greeting. Whether they wanted to be or not.
They seemed to be quite the odd little group didn't they? Well, there was only one way to get past any of those curiosities...

"I suppose if we're all to 'go together' though it best if we introduce ourselves. Who we are, what we're in for..." he shrugged with a little chuckle, "If we actually did it. All that sort of thing."

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Post by C.S.O. on Fri Mar 17, 2017 12:55 am

When some of the prisoners slow down after entering the cell block, the pair of guards leading the group continue to walk for a short distance, leaving a bit of a gap, before stopping. The four guards trailing the group approach the group of prisoners.

"This is not the place for the lot of you to carry on your conversations." one of them says, "You'll have plenty of time to socialize with one another after you've reached your cells. So move!"

The guards are ready to continue escorting the group further into the cell block, or deal with anyone who decides to press their luck at the moment.

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Post by Hikari on Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:19 am

"You'll have plenty of time to socialize with one another after you've reached your cells. So move!"
 
“Indeed we shall!”
 
The echidna said this so cheerfully, but in truth, this would work in their favor more than they knew. They were not the cleverest of guards, or maybe his hope was displaced? The young Echidna had this inkling that the group was more eccentric than he could imagine. At least, it was what he gathered from their interaction. He was not sure at this point to name them as “noble” or working on some “honorable whim”, but they were not all bad, not in his opinion…and he felt he knew the difference.
 
“I wonder…what are their stories.”
 
The thought of it made him smile. An intergalactic cage was much more constrictive, and so, he knew that by creaky walls, iron, and some thick layers of concrete was nothing comparable to psychological torture of cold space and a bunch of war criminals. In that regard, Hikari felt more curious than he did constricted. Even as he continued down the hall, he was cooperative, but would keep humming his tune. It was a particular one, sounding cheerful, but in reality, was just as saddening as a lullaby when one would know the words.
 
“If not now, then maybe later?” he continued to say in a whimsical voice, “Certainly, I can get to know the rest of you during lunch, yes? I wonder what they are serving. I heard prison food is atrocious!”
 

It was perhaps one of the first time anyone would hear enthusiasm about eating cafeteria food of any kind.



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Post by Froshana on Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:12 am

The sound of the guards scolding and directing them to continue made the panther's ears twitch a bit. This echidna probably would have been better suited to being at the back of the line, where he could be nudged along like a distracted child instead of holding things up for the rest of them.

Even worse, someone behind her encouraged the chatterbox by replying! Her eyes rolled a little, but at least they started moving again shortly after. For a couple of moments, she started to stare at the back of the echidna's head. The temptation was so very real. She was certain she could convince him to be quiet if she really wanted to...

A couple of blinks and a short exhale later, though, the feline reminded herself that it wasn't worth it. Not yet at least. In fact, this stay would be a great chance to work on her patience. But for now, she was just eager to be put in a cell and settle in to her new... abode.

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Post by ForevaYoung on Thu Mar 23, 2017 7:13 pm

'Surely this much joy should be against the rules, the guy's not right.' The maroon wolf thought to herself as she watched the interaction of the echidna who chirped happily like he was on some sort of field trip. 

She could feel the eyes of the others in the group gazing all over to see the responses written all over their faces. She had to agree that one may need to be a little nuts to fit in, but this guy must have missed the 'little' part and gone straight for completely bonkers. 

Tala sighed deeply before closing her eyes as she waited for the others offenders to get caught up, a few stragglers were still lagging behind. If they were to be settled in, they needed to get them roller skates or something, she was getting quite impatient. 

As they all trundled along slowly, the ocassional grumble of handcuffs hurting wrists and clothing sitting uncomfortably on their bodies floated over her head as she grew increasingly annoyed. Who knew criminals were so darn well full of complaints? 

"This isn't a goddamn five star hotel you know, deal with it and shut the hell up." 

Oh boy, now she was probably going to get some amount of stick for that outburst. She wasn't going to take it back however, she had a major headache from travelling on that infernal stuffy vehicle and it didn't help that travel sickness made her terribly grouchy and irritated. She honestly didn't mean to growl so hostile-like to them, but she just wanted to get this out the way and settle into solitutude for a few hours in peace.

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Post by C.S.O. on Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:20 am

( OOC: Well, no post from Dregan and it's actually been three days. So, we'll move on. )

As the prisoners fell into line without any fuss, the guards lead them further into the cell block. They take the stairs up to the second level and then lead the prisoners down one corridor lined with occupied cells. They reached an intersection with another corridor, and just past it there were some unoccupied cells.

At this point the guards pause and start ushering prisoners in pairs into the available cells. The pairings were divided based on gender to keep the males and females apart. Once a pair of prisoners were in their cells, the guards would have them reach through the bars so that their restraints could be removed. After that the prisoners would be left to get acquainted with each other and their accommodations.

Following this process, Tala and Felicia were ushered into a cell together. Next to them on their right, Hikari and Raphael were put together.

The front of every cell was made up of bars, with a single door. The bars also made up the first half foot of the walls that separated one cell from another. The rest of the walls were made up of concrete blocks.

The interior of each cell was rather bare. There was a bunk bed for two people set up in the back left corner of the cell. The occupants of the cell were left to sort out who would get each bunk. The back right corner of the cell was partitioned off for a washroom stall. The partition reached neither the ceiling nor the floor, and there was no door on it. There was enough space in the stall that one could have some form of privacy while they took care of their business inside. The stall had a single unit toilet with attached sink.

As the guards prepared to move off, they look towards the cells on the opposite side of the corridor from where they had just placed the most recent additions to the prison population. Across from Tala and Felicia's cell, a grey furred timber wolf was currently stretched out on the bottom bunk in his own cell, facing the bottom of the bunk above him, with his paws underneath the back of his head. He was dressed in the same orange jumpsuit as every other prisoner and was also barefoot. He didn't seem to have any interest in the new arrivals.

Regardless, one of the guard moves over to the front of his cell and raps his nightstick against the bars a couple of time. The wolf turns his head towards the guard.

"Good day sir." the wolf says without rising from his bunk, "You require something of me?"

"Where's your cellmate Wolfen?" the guard asks.

"In solitary, I believe." Wolfen replies, "Took exception with someone in the mess hall this morning. I can only assume that is where he ended up after he was escorted away."

The guard seems disappointed by the answer, but doesn't follow up with any more questions for the wolf. The guards turn away and after surveying the cells and their occupants one more time, they depart from the area. For the time being, Wolfen seems content to remain in his bunk.

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Post by Hikari on Thu Mar 30, 2017 2:58 am

“Solitary sounds fun!”
 
Of course it would be Hikari that broke the silence when the guards walked off.
 
Standing at the edge of the cells, he still had that warm smile and bright blue eyes gazing through the strips of metal that ran vertical. He reached out grasping them with his hands, more of a gentle touch than anything, while he stared towards the distant Timberwolf. Of course, he did not think of him being the friendly type. He seemed to not be too concerned with what happened to his friend, or who he and the new mates were, or even anything for that matter. He seemed very much relaxed! Hikari could not wait but to reach that kind of zen!
 
“Then again, anything would be fun considering this place is perpetual, secluded…it’s as if time stopped here just like any other prison…”
 
Yes, this place was just like the cage.
 
Hikari said this, reaching and stroking his single digit across the surface, but thought about the similarities with a weak smile upon his face. His eyes would glance across the cramped little cell as he placed his hands behind his back. His mate non-existent only for a moment as he could take a gaze at the few utilities, the dank lavatory, and the simplistic sleeping quarters. All of it was familiar – after all, wasn’t everything that had a limit in dimension nothing but a prison?
 
“Most importantly,” the echidna leapt upward to the top of the bunk and placed his hand against the wall. With a sound little knock, he turned his ear to the surface and rested it again the surface. “You ladies never mentioned your opinions on the prison food! These things are important you know?~” the echidna chimed in a small song before lifting his ear and leaping from the top of the bunk. His movements were quick and agile, even if he seemed to be nothing short of incompetent in his choice of conversation. Then again, people always look at him in such a way.
 
He moved around the room with wall kicks and momentum that swung him with the grace of a bird in flight. True to that nature, even the metals of the prose in his hair seemed to be gently caressed by the air when he would move. He still retained his agility, but with his suit, he would be so much more! Regardless, he still relished that he was able to freely move in the four dimensions he was limited to…no matter how small.
 
“By the way sir,” Hikari called to the Timberwolf, “My name is Hikari, and these here are my friends!”
 

He chimed so boldly. Sure, they had not breathed a word to one another, but it was always to have a friend, right?
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Post by Froshana on Thu Mar 30, 2017 6:08 am

Well, at least someone else spoke out against the echidna's obnoxious optimism. Felicia's ears briefly swiveled back towards Tala, but didn't linger there for long for the remainder of their walk.

Upon finally reaching their cells, the panther wasn't thrilled at the prospect of sharing the small space with someone, but maybe this wolf cellmate of hers wouldn't be completely crazy or anything... And she was at least pleased to have the handcuffs removed, at which point she could turn away to properly examine this new setting. The utilities were more private than she'd really expected they would be, that was decent. She also noted the little bit of barring at the frontmost part of the wall separating this cell from the ones on either side. That seemed to be asking for trouble in a place like this. Potentially.

Felicia eyed the bunks fairly hard as well. Feline tendencies often meant she preferred to be up high. She wondered if her cellmate would take exception to such.

For a moment, her head turned back towards the corridor between the rows of cells at the sound of one of the guards speaking to another prisoner. She took note of the conversation and the wolf being spoken to, but otherwise wasn't very interested in much outside of the cell she would now share with Tala.

Granted, before there was even time to settle in or wait for the inevitable small talk that would likely ensue from the red wolf, the echidna, who'd apparently been placed next door, was already trying to socialize with everyone within earshot.

The panther twitched the end of her tail a few times, but chose to continue ignoring him, even if it did sound like he was jumping and running around in his cell like a hyperactive child. She made sure to sigh at least audibly enough for Tala to hear before moving over to the bunks. With all the grace of a feline, she hopped on up to the top one, starting to settle in up there and test just how comfortable these beds might be.

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Post by ForevaYoung on Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:30 pm

A rougher than necessary push from a guard ensured Tala stumbled rather ungracefully inside the cell she was to share with the female panther. Well at least it was someone she had associated with in the last half hour, even if it was only by way of eye contact or the generalization of being the only other girl in their groups arrival. 

The horned female took a quick glance over to the cell across from them. Well more the wall and frowned slightly when she could hear the white echidna babble on about liking prison food. She hadn't been in a place like this before, but she could imagine there wasn't anything in the way of luxury food at all. Not that she would reply to him right away though. 

That meant no chocolate or cookies. And she was craving one right now. Damn. 

Sapphire eyes glanced at the black cat briefly as she scanned the room. Naturally the idea that the panther would want to be on the top bunk was noted, so she began to wander over to the bottom bunk, only to have the feline leap up onto the top bunk almost silently, surprising Tala for a moment. However she shook her head slightly, making her stray bangs sway a little in their gravity defying way. 

"Was going to say you could have the top anyway, Kitty cat. I'm not one for heights, so you would be up there no matter what."

The maroon wolf girl took a hesitant seat on what was now her new bed for who knew how long and leaned back against the wall and rubbing her slightly chafed wrists softly. The bed wasn't the most comfortable, but it was better than the floor, so maybe sleep would be on the cards, at least for a few hours a night. She heard the audible sigh from the panther girl and pondered on if she should respond to her. A few moments passed in silence, with only the echidna in the cell next door saying to the wolf guy who was already in here before them who he was and that they were all his friends. A slight smirk appeared on her normally blank expression. He was acting so innocent. But that mind basically screamed there was definitely something not quite there. Either that it he was just a really good actor. 

"It's not my place, but we are going to be sharing this place after all. You alright?" 

It came out unintentionally, but it was definitely what she was thinking. The feline had been mostly quiet except from when they got here, and she really couldn't be bothered with having bad blood with her cell mate.

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Post by Dregan on Fri Mar 31, 2017 3:19 am

Ah, of course. He'd been assigned the room with the loon.
Allowing the guards to remove his cuffs, he couldn't help but feel a slight pang of disappointment. For a start, he was pretty certain he would much rather enjoy the company of the women they'd encountered. Well, at least one of them. The panther, in her solidarity, had struck him as frightfully boring. Albeit, silence like that WAS always fun to try and break! Quiet people tended to have secrets in his own mind, and trying to ease those out could at least pass the time.
Still, he could at least understand WHY they'd segregated the men and the women. After all, he knew not everyone here would perhaps be as gentlemanly about the matter as he would.
Turning to the sight of the echidna bounding around the room however, he couldn't help but offer a wry smirk. Oh well - at least this one looked to be entertaining.

"I am pretty certain the majority of prisons are not stopped in time," he commented as he watched the figure finally come to settle in the top bunk, "Plus I'd further cast doubt on their perpetuality. Albeit if you're wanting to write a book any time soon, it sounds like you're full of ideas." He gave a low chuckle as he dropped himself onto the lower bunk. Admittedly, he'd rather have claimed the higher spot for himself, but it hardly seemed a matter worth fussing over. Besides which, he was beginning to imagine that this 'Hikari' was the sort to live more on fleeting thoughts, rather than concrete permanence.
Noting a certain lack of response from the cell next door, he further decided to fill in for the ladies in regards to the echidna's question; "I imagine their opinions on prison food will become more formulated when they've actually tried it. I can tell you I've not had it locally, but overseas it's not- oh!"

Hopping back up to his feet, the salamander turned to look to the cell across from his own - to the wolf whom his roommate had most generously begun introducing them to. It seemed rather rude to leave them ignored after having been so wilfully set up for a meet-and-greet;
"I am Raphael Hall," he nodded, "However, you may refer to me as 'Raph' if you'd prefer. A pleasure."

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Post by C.S.O. on Fri Mar 31, 2017 4:28 am

Wolfen continued to lie on his bunk for the time being. He could hear some of the other prisoners getting themselves settled. For the most part, they seemed to be quiet and just kept to themselves.

It seemed like the group he'd be staying across from were a bit different in that regard.

Shifting his head slightly, Wolfen glances in the direction of the echidna who was making a bit of a racket in his cell and chattering on without a care. He'd only catch slight of him briefly from where he was as he moved about his cell though. The echidna's cellmate seemed willing to accommodate him with replies rather than ignoring him.

Finally though, they both approached the bars of their cell and spoke in his direction. At this, Wolfen turns his head to look over in their direction. He confirms that they are looking towards and addressing him. Only then, does he start to sit up.

He takes his time getting to his feet and then walking over to the front bars of his cell. He tugs on his jumpsuit, adjusting its position slightly, then rests his arms on the bars of his cell while he glances over Hikari and Raphael.

"Well... I'm not sure that it's ever much of a pleasure making acquaintances while in prison. But I suppose it's a suitable way to pass the tedium when in these boxes." Wolfen says.

He smiles slightly.

"Name's Wolfen. Albert Wolfen." he states.


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