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dimitri. has a minion!

the Rosie




dimitri.
Legacy Name: dimitri.


The Darkmatter Serpenth
Owner: innamoramento

Age: 12 years, 9 months, 4 weeks

Born: March 20th, 2009

Adopted: 5 years, 1 week, 2 days ago

Adopted: January 8th, 2017

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Statistics


  • Level: 21
     
  • Strength: 46
     
  • Defense: 25
     
  • Speed: 11
     
  • Health: 24
     
  • HP: 24/24
     
  • Intelligence: 148
     
  • Books Read: 141
  • Food Eaten: 0
  • Job: Storybook Weaver


The year is 1934. Dimitri is in school and he has a regular student life. He's not the best at any subject, but he's not the worst either. He may struggle with some of them, however he manages to pass all his exams.

His favorite activity is to visit his grandparents, for they would tell him lots and lots of stories. At times he was asking them to repeat some of them, so he could remember. His dream was to write them all and share them with other kids. He thought those stories were the best.

Years have past. His grandfather had passed away, and only his grandmother was left alone in a big house. Dimitri and his parents had to move in with his grandmother, due to the war and all. Luckily her house was big enough so they wouldn't feel crowded.

Now a university student, Dimitri was studying things that didn't capture his interest at all, because all he did was trying to write down the stories he heard from his grandparents. His room was a mess since the floor was always covered in crumpled papers. Whenever he couldn't remember a story, he would run to his grandmother and ask her about it.

However, life has its course, and all living creatures die. This happened to his grandmother as well. Luckily, it was the last summer break of his student life. He was, of course, devastated when it happened. He couldn't even write anymore because of it.

Things continued for about a month and a half. Dimitri's pain was finally fading away. His parents had wanted to go through the old lady's things, and give or throw them away. Of course, they were met with a fierce opposition from their son. Now, as his feelings were starting to calm, he started to look through her things. In a way, he wanted to know her better.

In one of the closets, he found a nicely wrapped box. He opened it and in it he discovered a few items: a small blue toy bird, a key, 2 small bottles, an old ticket to some ball it seems, and a little sachet. He was puzzled as to what these represented, and he thought that they must have meant something to his grandmother, or she wouldn't have kept them like that. A small inscription on the doll's belly read "Lizzi", written in cursive. Other than this small treasure, there seemed to be nothing of interest. Unless you consider the generous amount of Red Lumineve Candles stashed away in a storage room.

Dimitri took the treasure to his room and placed it by the window. He would sit at his desk and look out the window thinking of the past. He would see the contents of the box with the corner of his eye. Slowly, as days passed, images and words started to pour in his hand. This didn't happen in some time. He decided to put those images and words on paper because he remembered his dream of sharing beautiful stories with other kids.

One day, even though he wasn't sure of what he's doing or what will happen, he took some of the stories to a publisher. They were a hit! However, his name wasn't - he was advised to take on a pen name. He had about a week to decide on a name, or he would be given one. He didn't really like his name either, especially when he was a kid, and it seemed as if his name was there to torture him. However, as he was thinking of a name, his gaze stopped on the small blue bird. And an idea came to him: he's going to sign his stories as dimitri. - with a lower case "d," a full stop at the end, and no last name. When he went to the publisher to announce his pet name, the publisher thought it was a rather bold and brilliant idea. The new name was adopted as soon as possible on all the manuscripts, and publishing began.

dimitri.'s stories were a success, and his dream finally came true.

Credits:
*story by innamoramento
*Code by Azulmar
*code edit by innamoramento (with permission, thank you)
*background by ljoobitza @ colourlovers.com
*little leaf art by innamoramento with sumopaint.com

Pet Treasure


Forgotten Novel

Nostalgic Lain Toy

Hand-Penned Carolling Sheets

Gilded Stationery Set

Freyalise Inkwell

Vinkwell

Red Inkwell

Blue Inkwell

Squid Ink

Jewel Encrusted Quill

Swan Feather Quill Pen

Turkey Feather Quill Pen

Raven Feather Quill Pen

Fountain Pen

White Fountain Pen

Brown Fountain Pen

Green Fountain Pen

Purple Fountain Pen

Rainyday Desert Rose Henna Pen

Ivory Dip Pen

Calligraphy Pen

Steel Dip Pen

Blue Insignia Pens

Ink-Covered Pages

Spider Ink Blotch

Ink Matter

Black Ink Ballpoint

Mechanical Pencil 0.3

Mechanical Pencil 0.7

Well-Used Pens

Yellow Glowing Pen

Green Glowing Pen

Glowing Dark Matter Pen

Black Cat Pencil

Ghost Pencil

Im Your Number One Fan Sticker

Lifetime Achievement Award

Box of Childhood Memories

Ventura Trinket Box

Lockwell Trinket Box

Steamwork Laptop

Steel Typewriter

Stuffy Typewriter

Classic Typewriter

Clean Typewriter

Cherry Typewriter

Quirky Typewriter

Vintage Typewriter

Plain Sticky

Paper

Paper Scraps

Refrigeration

Moldy Snippet of Paper

Torn Snippet of Paper

Nearly Blank Snippet of Paper

Messy Scrap of Paper

Small Scrap of Paper

Ripped Scrap of Paper

Ripped Snippet of Paper

Ragged Scrap of Paper

Questionable Snippet of Paper

Shredded Scrap of Paper

Scratchy Snippet of Paper

SAI Morse Code Legend

Rumpled Snippet of Paper

Smudged Snippet of Paper

Rumpled Scrap of Paper

Tattered Snippet of Paper

Tattered Scrap of Paper

Thin Scrap of Paper

Stained Snippet of Paper

Split Scrap of Paper

Curved Snippet of Paper

Curled Snippet of Paper

Crumpled Snippet of Paper

Dirty Scrap of Paper

Dog-Eared Scrap of Paper

Dog-Eared Snippet of Paper

Creased Snippet of Paper

Torn Scrap of Paper

Folded Snippet of Paper

Creased Scrap of Paper

Doubled-Over Scrap of Paper

Folded Scrap of Paper

Curled Scrap of Paper

Divine Antique Coffee Set

Opulent Antique Coffee Set

Magnificent Antique Coffee Set

Writers Block

Wastepaper Bin

Smushed Paper Coffee Cup

Whiteout

Subeta Word Processor

Heather - The Dork

A Tale of Trickery

Riverside Fairy Tales

Edited Script

Book of Haunted Ghost Stories

The Nostalgic Kanis

Slow Burn

Short Stories for Sweethearts

Pet Friends


Crafter
Just as creative

R i t z
Lots of inspiration

Lizzi
my absolute muse