New blog. I"M SORRY!
News: Cosimo has joined the the fandom of Cobra Starship. Lidia is most pleased, except she went all fangirly squealing over how amazingly awesome Gabe Saporta is. A pie fight almost ensued, but Lidia had to leave so it died. Sad. Voodoo Donuts are still the most amazing thing on the planet. The doors-being-broken-and-the-house-randomly-invaded-by-Cosimo's-hallucinations issue has been resolved rather decidedly. Lidia installed new doors. They're now holograph-doors backed by force fields. The kitchen and game room doors are moiton senored. The front door requires a "key." Basically they're silver accessories- bracelets, rings, whatever people want. They cannot be removed once put in place. Inside them is a small infrared device that signals the door as to who is entering. Once close to the door, the fields will lower themselves to let you pass- though what everyone will "see" is a door that automatically opens and closes. It is all scientifically possible. In other news, Chaos is no longer US! Dart has decided to make a book fort in the game room, and everyone likes to pick random books out. Maybe we should play book Jenga! The Mafia telepathy has been explained, due to Cosimo's misunderstanding of it's workings. It's basically an extension of Lidia's power. You can project thoughts into others minds, but only what you want them to hear and only if they let you in. You should not be able to hear everyone in the house's doings, because that would be rather embarassing.
Bad News: We have a situation. Currently, Gio is writhing in pain. He was outside, practicing with the twins, when he was attacked by Talon of the Bermuda coven. Talon's intentions are unknow, but the apparently vampire-cuttable blade he uses was coated with poison, which, like venom, causes an intense firey pain, like changing, and also uses up all of the blood in a vampires system, much like a second changing, as Gio is experiencing. This poison is an invention of Silias's, and Talon has the antidote to it. A party is being sent to retrieve the antidote, and in the mean time, all we can do is hope Gio survives long enough.