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Irene Adler
17 March 2015 @ 07:05 pm
"What a woman -- oh, what a woman!" cried the King of Bohemia, when we had all three read this epistle. "Did I not tell you how quick and resolute she was? Would she not have made an admirable queen? Is it not a pity that she was not on my level?"

"From what I have seen of the lady she seems indeed to be on a very different level to your Majesty," said Holmes coldly.


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Irene Adler
22 August 2010 @ 10:21 am
As willing as I am to let him squirm, I suppose for my own sake I've no choice but to go after Gabriel. It's a pity, really - even when the tables are turned, the Admiral still manages to keep us under his thumb.

In any event - someone mentioned the basement being promising, so I'm headed in that direction n -

[The feed crackles and pops - a curse is audible, and the sound of pounding feet for a moment, before transmission flicks off. About ten minutes later, it switches back on. Irene wounds winded, furious, and shaken - although she's doing an excellent job of hiding that last bit.]


Those of you who are serious about getting out of this hellhole, I suggest you avoid the kitchens.

[Private to Gabriel]

Come out, come out, wherever you are.

[Private to Shego & Atia]

As your wardens are the ones I'd trust least to come through this in one piece, an assurance that you intend to go after them would be much appreciated.

[Irene is so conflicted about whether she wants to rescue Gabe or not, after
this :| Also, the ghosts'll be taking the forms of her ex-husbands because LOL UNDEAD SPOUSE. Uhhh... if you want to spam it up, feel free to do so in the comments. I am going to be a bit slow what with the move coming up, but I should be around some.]
 
 
Irene Adler
So - who's got a deep dark secret they're just dying to unburden themselves of? Come, now, I'm reasonably certain there must be at least one or two of you out there. There may never again be an opportunity for such perfect honesty. Speaking of -

Gabriel, dearest - how hard are you kicking yourself for accepting this job right about now?
 
 
Irene Adler
28 July 2010 @ 07:13 pm
For those I interacted with during the most recent flood - there's a reason I don't teach. I apologize if I may've been a bit... brisk - or cruel, really - to some of you.

Except Gabriel.

Nice peach fuzz, by the way.

I was actually rather impressed by many of you, even if I was loathe to admit it at the time. It would be lovely if we could convince the Admiral to keep a few horses in the CES, but I doubt he'd be too keen on the idea.