Countdown to Addergoole Year 9: Timora

52 45 Days To 52 Weeks

For the 52 days leading up to the 52 weeks of Addergoole: Year 9, I will be posting something Addergoole-related every day.

Today I present to you Timora!

Timora is a shy, uncertain girl who reached her height (5 foot 7 inches) quickly and the rest of her growth more slowly, making her awkward and uncertain around her classmates. Added to a generally retiring nature – in a family full of loud and boisterous people, she has always been the quiet one – this generally led people to misunderstand her name as a pun for “timid.”

Her brother, Smitty, tried to tell her about Addergoole. He was hampered by first the geas, second by the fact that his experiences at the school were some of the mildest around, and third by their six-year age gap and his long absence from home during Timora’s formative years. She is left understanding that there is a family legacy relating to the school, and that there are animals to spend time with there.

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Timora originally appeared in Fae-bane and Frying Pans, Etc..

And, today, if you would like to ask Timora any question, at any point up to the end of Frying Pans, Etc., feel free!

The first two question-and-answer sessions are still open as well:
46 to Go: Porter (LJ)
47 to go: Wylie (LJ)

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0 thoughts on “Countdown to Addergoole Year 9: Timora

  1. What did you think of Addergoole when you first arrived and how did Calvin manage to make himself seem nice?

    • /Timora looks down at her toes/ /She types for a bit, then holds up the screen/ I don’t know, it seemed kind of scary, you know? Underground, no windows at all. And then things kept getting weirder and weirder. I know that it seems dumb, but, you know, he was really nice. He talked to me, he helped me with my homework, and he invited me to a dance. Nobody else had ever done this.

      • Cody sneaks over from the corner she got sent to in the Porter post. “Oh, that’s actually kind of understandable. I’d have people ask me for help with homework, but not so much the other stuff. “It seems like you got the hang of your power pretty quick. Was it really like that?”

        • /Timora waves./ It’s – it just goes, you know? The real trick will be learning how to make it not go a little more consistently. At least it doesn’t scare Arundel off. 😀

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