Posts : 2284 Join date : 2012-06-06 Age : 18 Location : hell
Subject: worn out faces-- private Mon Dec 29, 2014 2:16 pm
appearing as... benjamin crane
breakfast at camp half-blood was one of kagami's favorite times of the day. oh, she hated everything in the godforsaken place-- but on this particular day, there was a spring in her step as she sauntered towards the athena cabin, her eyes darting this way and that. kalina had left earlier in the morning to do more winter festival work, so there was no possibility of her seeing her lookalike crossing the courtyard. but there was the possibility of others seeing her, and realizing that she wasn't the actual brunette girl. her steps were a bit more hurried than usual, as she jogged up the steps of the cabin and peered inside one of the windows. there were people in there, just a few. not enough that they would notice her walk by them and into the mens rooms... well, one male room in particular. kagami knew nothing about the boy other than his name. and his father's. she had crossed paths with him only once before, and it was many years ago. seeing him at camp had been shocking-- she'd almost thought it was someone else. she'd thought it would have to be someone else, actually. but she never did forget a face, and there was no denying it... simon crane was in camp half-blood. his poor father had died many years ago, as kagami had found out. but she still remember his face, and as she slipped into simon's room kagami shifted from kalina to the visage of benjamin crane. it was perfect, really. it wasn't often that she had the perfect opportunity to wreck a demigod's life, but this... this was just that. she crossed the room and took a seat in one of the chairs facing the door. time passed, and all too soon, the door was being pushed open-- and then he was standing there. simon crane. "hello, son." the voice was a little gruffer than she had been expecting-- more manly than she was used to, given that it had been a long time since she'd impersonated someone so old. but she managed not to show any surprise about it, and instead her (or his) lips upturned in the slightest of smiles. "you weren't expecting me, i imagine."