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  1. Total [24/6/21] | Unbridled Potential | [195882] | [Freyd] [24/6/21] | Chromium Shard | [195881]
  2. The wolf ate the sun. Admittedly, the sight was impressive. A leap into the sky, Fenrir's fangs sinking into the burning orb as though it had a squishable surface, malleable and rich, before its paws hit the ground of their arena, two chomps to savour it whole. That crash of light, world weaving in between its rays as the canine burned and burned in place of that star had nearly blinded the NIGHT. Incidentally, that was exactly the moment she let herself fade away into the ether. Had the dog closed its eyes too, perhaps it spelled fortune for the trickster. Its radiant chime faded aw
  3. The system update turned out to be everyone's little set back. Though NIGHT herself had gotten used to working around cooldowns implemented with a little trick from a construct she knew, it turned out other machinations of the engine were working to rebuild it from the bottom up. At least, that's what it seemed like on the surface. Changes never stopped nobody before, however. It gave her a bit of reprieve to see that a familiar name had appeared in her inbox, the player taking it as her excuse to leave Bistro's delegations for a moment, shuffling up to the fifth floor for one of many mee
  4. Thread Summary [Total] Kura | +200XP, +400col
  5. it took him a while, but the answer was simple. reductive. spread one's odds around enough, and quantity would best probability, even with the worst of margins. this made sense to cardinal, made sense to the reporter of troubles. but it hurt, didn't it? cardinal's gift to sentient kind. numbness remained on the tip of her tongue; at the back of her throat, stars from the lake of reflection dug deep into her vessel. the passage of time, observed when she closed her eyes. seconds ticking by. minutes and hours. each moment in the passing held its own value of pain. two pieces of informa
  6. Her head turned if only to examine the item her carried out. No, she didn't need to have done so, having already seen it from moments before. Listening to this player speak, placing his faith in others... "I see," the entity replied. There was a lack of understanding behind her words as she spoke. because players were such confusing subjects, weren't they? even after observing them for so long, she thought she could've figured them out. but she can't. and every one of them is like this? DAY's eyes remained, contemplative, on the trinket for as long as it remained held out for he
  7. strange, how that feeling of muted rage almost paralleled her own. Two careful blinks. The entity watched him carefully. strange, how this player barely knew her other, and somehow wouldn't judge her as an objective figure. "—Is that so?" strange, how the player before her was upset, upset at all, because there was no way his reasons would match her own. so where did that conviction come from? In the interim, she could read his expression. A glance down at his pockets, a lingered gaze; those items carried her person's signature. So he knew of the player, in actuality.
  8. A Gemini of...— "—Is that so?" DAY's smile was bright, as though it could chase away the clouds in the sky. There was a humor in this situation, an irony in his speech. When her eyes opened from glee, she waved her cone around, hold on her smirk almost slipping. "Well, I happen to know of them running around, to be honest. And actually..." Her mouth met ice cream once again, just shy of a bite, and she stared at Kura, gaze shy of traces of deception. "They change their appearance a lot, you know?" She let herself take a pause before speaking, licking away the sugar and fros
  9. "Mm, yeah~?" A welcome surprise, just like the ice cream. DAY had to fight her instinct on laughing despite the food in her mouth. Firm enough to remain in her mouth even as she spoke; it felt as though it was supposed to be chewable, yet it failed to hold under pressure despite its malleable texture. NIGHT was right on this endeavour, the entity noted, as she nodded to Kura's speech. Nothing else mattered but a sudden glow of pride. "You should tell my partner that," she hummed, continuing to twirl the cone in her hands. "You know, the other player from the other day? I bet s
  10. A shuffling of fingers, the entity twirling the cone in her hand absent-mindedly. Her other rested on her waist, eyes watching the tip of her ice cream as she spun it around. "So, about yesterday. I heard you were looking for a Quest NPC, is that right?" More information that went unfiltered; neither of them seemed to respect the idea that the other wouldn't have known about their meet from the previous day, assumptions entirely glossed over. DAY took a bite of her treat as she filtered through Kura's response. She waited until she'd savored the portion before piping up with a query. "Wha
  11. Daemien's shop wasn't nearby, and neither was it flavorful. A pity, because had the man figured out his way through Cardinal's secrets, it would be no doubt that players would be flocking to his store no matter where he went. Maybe he could even afford enough to setup a static front, too, instead of needing to cart his lifestyle around. On the other hand, the first floor made shopping quite the convenience. Just a few days ago, new players had appeared with different sorts of cuisines, desserts being one of them, a sort that Daemien wasn't keen on making. Ice cream. Turkish ice
  12. —There was no space in the interim that she could recover from this, not without touting the stranger as a miscreant, an unfortunate witness to her crime. NIGHT thought twice about the questions that would be fired her way given a few moments, the inspection, the attention her mistake would unwillingly draw, gods she was a fool, she should've never let herself slip up this easily— And as for her accomplice, the construct blinked twice, signs of a grin rising on her face, pride near spilling from her expression. "Hah! See, NIGHT? Even the other players can see that I'm special! Well, not t
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