13 February 2012 @ 11:19 pm
005: Amor~!!!  
Action, Locked to Sarah Jane, 2238 Stevens Road

[Waking up in the morning, Figaro finds it strange to find a bouquet of beautiful red roses on his door step, but a secret admirer does wonders for his ego. He takes a deep, deep sniff of the roses, and the last sane thought that crosses his mind is what a deep red they are before the love bug sets in.]

Action, around town

[Oh dear Mayfield, it's spring time for the Barber. As he sings, dances, and throws more flowers in the air, it's quite clear to all that this is a man deep in the throes of love and passion...or he could be just, quite possibly, mad.

Whatever it is, he will be singing off his love to his wife, encouraging other young people to get together, and he will also bombard you with flowers randomly plucked from the hedges.]

((OOC: The flowers Figaro throws at people include: roses, carnations, hyacinths, mints, forget-me-nots, iris', and white daisies. If you want him to hit you with some flower power, please mention which flower he tosses at you.))
28 January 2012 @ 09:38 pm
003: Qua la sanguigna~  

[There's a huge fumbling sound as Figaro struggles to get the phone working. Those listening might be able to hear him curse in a jumble of Italian and Spanish, before he finally gets things going.]

Ciao, people of Mayfield! I have noticed that a lot of you seem to be very wounded. If you need assistance, do not hesitate to call for Figaro; as the Barber of Seville, you can count on me to help take care of your injuries...for a very small fee, of course. Call me, or come to 2238 Stefano Road and ask for Figaro~~!

Action: 2238 Stevens Road, all day

[Figaro's all ready to help. He's got his surgery kit already: scalpel (he stole that from the hospital), a bowl of clean water, needles and a thread, cotton wool (he finds that's a great substitute for cloth) and somehow, he's got a jar of leeches there. Are you interested in his services? Or are you one of the members of the household, curious to what he's up to? Either way, he's ready for whatever you've got for him.]

((OOC: Back in those days, the barber was also the town surgeon, hence why Figaro does know how to deal with wounds. Be warned though that he uses the traditional methods of dealing with them: hence the leeches.))