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Nari Reno ([personal profile] nolittlesecret) wrote in [community profile] thenearshore2017-09-20 01:49 pm


Who: Nari + You
When: August 27 and a little into the wee hours of the 28th
Where: Neptune's Temple
What: As he said on the network, he's got the goings of a picnic out. Anyone is welcome to show up since he's not too picky about who comes and goes on his grounds.

[Morning to Early evening on the 27th]
[The temple isn't decorated or anything, but anyone who visits will see a few balloons that are tied to a few trees that lead to a beach. It's not a sandy warm beach, being more reminiscent of a beach in the Pacific Northwest, so there will be camping chairs that can be taken to sit on. It's a bit breezy, not uncomfortable, and since it's near the park in the Northwest district of the Far Shore, there's all sorts of spirit animals running around.

There's a event tent nearby with tables that of course have the food sitting on it, and of course more can be made/brought. There's a small sign that simply says "Take what you want, but please be considerate and remember that others would like to eat as well. No littering!". If anyone wants to cook on site, a camping stove can be provided. Just ask the soulless shinki with the sign that reads "Hi my name is Mark" around its neck.]

[Later evening on into the 28th]
[Anyone who sticks around as the dark falls will be treated to the sight of Nari setting small bonfires along the beach. The wind has picked up a bit so hanging around the warm flames might help bring some relief to how frigid the nights can be along a beach like this even in summer.

The fare has been changed to simple snacks, ice cream (how isn't it melting?) and what looks like ingredients for s'mores. If you don't know what those are, there are small placards that explain and show how to make them (in English). Feel free to stick around as long as you'd like, just don't fall asleep on the beach. It's not recommended.]

[OOC: feel free to treat this like a mingle. Of note to the grounds: There are "NO FISHING" signs posted about, any damages done to the property will be treated with hostility, and the paddock to the stables is locked so no one can harass the horse. ALCOHOL IS NOT PROVIDED SO IT'S A BYOB POLICY. Want something specific? Hit up this journal or [ profile] chromatus]

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