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Eye of Arisile: Round 1Round 1: One Person at a Time
When the contestant to receive the green chalcedony, Delta, entered Skkierhet's office, the coordinator couldn't help but notice his strange attitude. Rather than being eager or nervous like the others he'd seen, Delta was incredibly cowed and melancholy. He spoke only when spoken to as the rules were given to him along with the necklace bound stone (which Delta secured to his neck at a level of tightness that would choke anything that needed to breathe), thanked the man, and trudged out of the tower. He walked the path along the waterway.
Was it possible to want to protect somebody with your life and want to strangle them at the same time? Delta couldn't help wondering as he recalled how he'd gotten here.
Zelpha wasn't athletic by any means, so when Delta found her messing with a bow staff in the living room, he was quickly concerned. ...Miss Zelpha? When did you take this up?
A few days ago! Zelpha replied
Rewrite AuditionThe world was spinning out of control, and neither Delta nor Zelpha could figure out why. It'd been a seemingly normal morning for them, until Zelpha had stepped outside.
Yes, Ms. Zelpha?
...What happened out here?
It was then that Delta noticed the shocked pose Zelpha was in. He came up to the door and, peeking out as well, grew a similar expression.
The home was floating in the midst of nothing. Nothing but leftover pieces of concrete and brick wall that were quickly fading out. Either the rest of the town had been moved, or they had.
That was when Delta knew. Delta knew he had to enter the battle tournament the Writer was hosting.
...Wait, why would I have to do that? Delta asked, looking up at the text on the line above him. What's going on? Delta quickly activated his flamethrower.... that he would use in the tournament. I never said I was going to enter your tournament! Who are you?
BCE Crime 1Gooooood morning, contestants of Battle City the second! a voice, Vera's voice, came through the intercoms all around the Battle City Express. I hope you don't mind if I was a bit scarce to you yesterday. I figured I'd let you guys rest after you got on the train. For those who don't know, my name is Vera, and I shall be your conductor for this voyage. It is 9:00 AM and we are currently going through Quilla, a water region. That's right, the train is currently going across a giant lake using a special type of tracking. You can't even see it if you were to look out the caboose! Of course, the caboose is locked up at the moment. Sorry. Wouldn't want one of the larger creatures to swim up and eat you! She laughed, slightly nervously.
Vera couldn't help smiling ecstatically. She'd wanted this assignment really badly. The Express would be traveling through many crazy locations on its way to Battle City. Breakfast will be ready in about ten minutes! If your diet
UmbrellaSpoilers for the movie WALL-E
Dark clouds loomed over the landscape that the members of Operation: Recolonize had staked as their own. Like many other traits of the planet, knowledge of rain was programmed into EVE's brain, and she knew she had once been in a rain storm while in stasis, but none of that made EVE any more used to that which she was feeling for the first time.
It took EVE about five minutes to figure out why humans mostly headed for cover when storms came. At the very least, they made one feel uncomfortable. She didn't have the same issue with getting wet that her organic comrades had, but rather there was a special issue only she had. The crevice that her head stood above acted as a bowl, and the water that dripped from her head all fell into it and started to build up. It felt so awkward that she's have to shake the water out rather frequently. The storm's complete covering over their patch of the sky only pointed to this annoying routine continuing for the enti
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