Here's Chapter Eighteen of my story about Nancy Drew: Warnings at Waverly Academy. Today, Nancy talks with Paige, the floor monitor. One of the people who commented on the story pointed out that Her Interactive reused George's character model for Paige; I thought it'd be fun if Nancy figured this out.
Nancy now had a job to do: get pictures of all the valedictorian candidates. That would be the perfect cover for secretly investigating them.
One of these girls is sabotaging the others... Nancy thought. One girl was sent to the hospital, and one girl was sent to the psych ward. I have to stop the Black Cat before anyone else gets...scratched out.
Nancy immediately turned to the right and knocked on the door of the floor monitor, Paige Griffen.
"Go away, please," Paige said angrily.
"Hey, Paige! It's me, Becca!" Nancy said.
"I don't want to talk right now," Paige said angrily.
"That's great," Nancy said. "Look, can I come in?"
"Leave me alone," Paige said angrily.
"See, I kinda need to take your picture, and—"
The door to Paige's room opened, and Paige stepped out. "Can't you take a hint?" she asked. "Leave me alone!"
"Oh, wow!" Nancy said. In this lighting, Nancy could see Paige's face perfectly. She looked just like Nancy's friend, George Fayne, only with longer hair.
"Bother me again, and you'll get demerits!" Paige said.
"Okay, say CHEESE!" Nancy said. She took out her cell phone and took a picture of Paige.
"Augh!" Paige said.
"Great!" Nancy said. "That's all I need from you right now. Say, do you know a George—"
*Slam* went Paige's door.
"Hmmph," Nancy said. "That was kind of rude."
Nancy sent the picture to George's cell phone, adding the words This is Paige, the floor monitor at Waverly. Look familiar?