Dearest CBer, you

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Dearest CBer, you

Dearest CBer, you have been chosen for the maiden voyage of the HMS Dark Waters. There will be food, water, and much entertainment. We will not allow any weapons whatsoever, so please don't get arreste- i mean, bring any. to accept, please fill out the following form:





Packing list:


Signature for liability (not actual signature, just write your name.):


Sincerely, Aquae Tenebrae and Silent Shadow Walker.

If you couldn't tell, this is the Dark Waters ski lodge. Pls join. 

submitted by Aquae Tenebrae
(November 2, 2018 - 3:32 pm)

You put in three charrie sheets, but at the top you wanted two spots. I'm very confused. Is there still room for me?

submitted by Hermione Granger, w/ a quick question
(November 4, 2018 - 11:23 pm)

@Hermione No, I already reserved a spot for me. The two spots were for my Æs.

submitted by Agent Winter, age Classified
(November 5, 2018 - 9:20 am)


submitted by THREE MORE SPOTS- AT
(November 4, 2018 - 4:52 pm)

Name: Hermione Granger (Hermi)

Age: 13

Appearance: 5'7", sort vaguely tan skin, stormy-sea eyes, teal rounded square glasses, just a couple of freckles on my nose, short, spiky teal hair, ovalish face, black band teeshirts, and skinny jeans. Converse high tops in a multitude of colors.

Personality: funny, sort of in a self-deprecating way, Slytherclaw all the way! Goofy and high-energy and tons of fun sometimes, clingy and depressed at other times, and a range in between and all around. Fairly clever, very punny, and I can be corny at times.

Packing list: a whole lot of converse and black shirts, my wand (ebony, phoenix feather, 14 1/2", slightly springy), a ton of fantasy, sci-fi, and LGBTQ books, wireless headphones and my phone for music and also Doctor Who

Powers: Harry-Potter-style magic, metamorphmagus, my wit

Signature for liability (not actual signature, just write your name.): Hermione Gran- wait a second... what am I going to be liable for?...

Other: Alex Fierro is mine (is this a personality trait?), demi-pan

submitted by Hermione Granger, age 13, Hogwarts
(November 4, 2018 - 11:16 pm)

Just in case you go down with the ship w- if it sinks, we don't want you guys' families suing us. Also, hello fellow Whovian!

submitted by Aquae Tenebrae
(November 5, 2018 - 9:45 am)

Okayy... Hermione Granger!

And yay! More Whovians! How are you liking the new season? 

submitted by Hermione Granger, age 13, Hogwarts
(November 8, 2018 - 5:17 pm)

Well, I like it better than Grumpy McGr- I mean, Capauldi's era! But, no, it's pretty awesome. (I mean, Rosa Parks! What else is there to say?)

submitted by Aquae@Hermione
(November 14, 2018 - 1:47 pm)
submitted by Codesmith Reserving!
(November 5, 2018 - 11:39 am)
submitted by Tip top!
(November 6, 2018 - 8:11 pm)
submitted by Wildtop
(November 7, 2018 - 5:43 pm)

We'll probably start on Saturday, so GET YOUR SHEETS IN NOW, PEOPLE!

submitted by Aquae Tenebrae
(November 7, 2018 - 8:35 pm)

Psst, Latin nerd question. >.>  I'm not sure if you have any more spots, I'm just very curious.

"Aquae Tenebrae" is TOTALLY Latin, but I'm curious about the way you declined it. At first I was reading it like they were both in genitive - so "of the water of the darkness," which doesn't make a whole lot of sense. I figured maybe you meant "Aqua Tenebrae," (water of the darkness) or "Aqua Tenebra," (darkness water?? water darkness??) or even meant to use "tenebra" as an adjective, which would mean it would be "Aquae Obscūrae" (of the dark water, or the dark waters) or "Aqua Obscūra" (the dark water). But then I thought that maybe you meant for one to be plural nominative and one genitive singular - "waters of the darkness." And now I'm really curious as to which it's supposed to be, so if you would pardon my nerdiness, I would be delighted to have an answer. :D

submitted by St.Owl, In The Subtext
(November 7, 2018 - 9:01 pm)

Honestly, i just meant "Dark Waters."

submitted by Aqua Tenebrae
(November 7, 2018 - 9:56 pm)

Yeah I am also a Latin enthusiast, so when he was originally called 'Aquas Tenebris' I called him out on it. Now, it is grammatically correct. Aquae: First Declension, female, plural. Tenebrae: Adjective, modfying 'Aquae'.

submitted by Silent Shadow Walker
(November 7, 2018 - 11:06 pm)
Reserving 2 spots! One for myself and one for Mor, I'll attempt to get my sheets in my the end of today.
submitted by Darkking, age Who knows?, A dimension.
(November 8, 2018 - 12:03 pm)