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    "You're being way too hard on yourself."

    Again Kazuya says it without dancing around the issue, as if seeking to limit the amount of ways you could start up your own mental track towards self-loathing and blame again; indeed, it didn't take much to realize that Medrod Pendragon was most 'comfortable' finding ways to blame himself for the things that happened around him, something that had been true even for the self that had been the 'One-Eyed Man,' and...

    "You're hardly scum, not even close to being the worst person ever either. Sure, wanting to be a knight is kind of old-fashioned, but it's not like wanting to save people is a crime. I thought it was kind of cute myself, everyone is always so cynical nowadays... Was it a little awkward? Sure. But everyone is awkward the first time. Kazy here used to stutter constantly whenever he talked around me, and our first meeting was him jumping in front of a demon in an attempt to save me even though I was the stronger one at the time, so..."

    "...Why bring it up...?"

    The 'Mom' here seems to agree, really...

    It's not a road that should lead one down to absolute despair, but well...

    The first times always hit like a freight train. Really, while hints of an abnormal upbringing in your past had been things they had both noticed and processed from the start of meeting you, it's only now that they realize how far the extent of it might just spread within you.

    "Regardless, I doubt any of them will hate you for it... They're not storybook maidens or damsels true, they probably won't agree with being put on a pedestal, but it seems like you've all taken turns saving each other... Noriko-chan also seems to like being a hero, and I'm sure that desire stems from a similar place as your own so really... If you talk to them about it, I'm sure you'd find that it's not as big a problem as it might seem at first glance."

    A pause, then:

    "Anyways... Crushes are normal, responding to them in weird ways that sometimes make you look silly or awkward is also normal, so it's probably for the best to accept that you're a teenager and that these sorts of things are gonna happen to you. It's gonna be rough, you're gonna beat yourself up over it more than once when you think you've screwed up, but that's..."

    She pauses again, then:

    "That's part of growing up. If you let everything bring you down, then you'll be stuck in a hole your whole life."
    Spoiler:
    Death is nothing but a disease.
    But it is one that often comes from all sides.
    An end like that is coming, and yet here you are.

    Tell me.

    Could you kill someone you love for the sake of everyone else?


    What a cynical worldview, Messiah.
    Real heroes would find a different answer.


    Right, right.
    The power to break through a sad reality—
    I wonder—

    Will they be able to show it to me?



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    “Mmmmmrmn”

    Tiredly protesting as Ane-san drags me inside to bring to the fancy thingajiggy pod that seems to remind me of something at Megane’s house, I ultimately accept her pushy efforts and let go of any resistance.



    Small.

    Floating back and forth in the liquid I realize just how constraining it is, boooooo …in the end I curl up and tide myself over by observing the swirls and movments of the liquid.

    Swish, swish, swoom.

    Watching the spiraling currents I stop fighting and let the exhaustion settle over me.

    “Mhmmmhrump .”

    Giving up on words I report my awake, if hazy, consciousness with a mumbled yawn.

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    Elizabeth is rather easy for once such as I to track down. Although, it's probably incorrect to word it that way; Elizabeth, in this setting, is not really hiding from me, and as such it is easy for me to find her. And I wait, patiently, as she examines red lines that criss-cross and pulse with a demonic light I realize --

    "...Gonna have to keep it as a reminder, huh?"

    Ah.

    Even the World's Strongest Human isn't strong enough to hold back the Kyuubi, hn? It's not surprising, really. I'm... I'm shaken anyways. In every conflict, every battle, every time I see this woman -- there was only one word to describe her. Unstoppable. Elizabeth was...

    "Well... Guess it doesn't matter."

    ...Just as heroic as she is right now.

    "...Hmm? Nagi?"

    She hides the mark, and I pause, frowning a bit. There's no need to hide it; after all, I used to bear it myself. But perhaps it's a different sort of mark, the sort of mark that... No.

    "Ready for tomorrow?"

    I stare at Elizabeth with narrowed eyes. I don't want to believe it. But I experienced the mark of the Kyuubi myself. It's a dangerous, devious thing - it lies and cheats and steals its way through your soul and refuses to let go. Only the everburning presence of gathered starlight - of humanity's own will - burned its presence from Yagami and my own soul.

    "Is it possible to be ready to topple a god?" I smile at the woman, carelessly summoning my ax and leaning against it. "Of course it is, Elizabeth. There's no need to 'prepare' or 'be ready', because the answer before us is obvious."

    It's an easy confidence, in me. Speaking with Yagami made it easier to say such ridiculous things, to bear such a weight on my back. It appears that, in the end -- Hitoshira Nagi is the vessel of humanity's will, and can burn like hellfire for as long as humanity's enemies still walk the planes of existence.

    "I may not have Joanne's ridiculous partner, or even your ridiculous strength, but I have my own power, you know."

    I can taste it in the air, whispering on the winds that I once thought were souls in an endless sea. They aren't, not really; humanity's whispers and dreams echo through this place, even though it's a shattered facade of a once gleaming city.

    I look into Elizabeth's eyes, and I see her looking into mine. It's a moment of calm, between the World's Strongest Human and the Weakest Esper. A sigh breaks through my lips.

    "It's ironic, isn't it? That the one thing I want most of all is more time to spend with all of you. When I'm sure that you're all sick to death of me, at least a little bit."
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    "Pretty much the same."

    Shrugging, Jonathan chuckles a bit.

    "It doesn't even surprise me anymore. Every fight is an uphill fight, neigh impossible to win. Even with all the help from others, I really don't know how this will end up, but..."

    Jonathan smirks, his confidence unwavering.

    "That doesn't stop me from pushing my way forward."

    Taking a glance back at the room Akane was resting in, he pauses for a bit, before turning back to Michio.

    "Anyway, I'll be counting on you to have me and Akane's back. Catch you later."

    Giving the man a clap on the shoulder, Jonathan shuffles through the corridors, thinking.

    'Now then, what should I say to lil' old Whitey...'


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    "Perhaps."

    An answer that comes out as a light chuckle; indeed, spending too much time with others can come across as annoying every once in awhile -even family want alone time every now and then- but true bonds are far more sturdy than such fleeting selfish feelings, and those family and friends remain as family and friends, people you know you can come too when the weight of the world seems absolutely unbearable, people who will stand up for you, and who you will stand up for in return...

    So even though she has plenty to be annoyed about at your actions, the actions of a reckless girl who never quite thought things through to their conclusion and had endangered herself and others many many different times...

    The woman remains as your teacher, after all, this bond too...

    Is precious in it's own way.

    Even if it becomes annoying from time to time, the good outweighing the bad, that's what it means to be friends.

    "But that's a very human desire; to want to spend more time with the people they care about, it is a perfectly serviceable wish in the end. No one truly wants to exist alone forever."

    Chuckling, she pats the ground next to her and you sit automatically, body doing as it was told to do without your conscious mind really questioning it.

    There's another moment of silence.

    Of watching a full moon rise over a shattered horizon, and then:

    "I have a similar wish."

    She breaks the silence with words of her own.

    "There are people I want to spend more time with... I have to fix your bad habits for one, but some old friends of mine reappeared recently as well..."

    A sigh filled with nostalgia.

    "Of course, it's the night before the climax, and all of them are asleep. It's just like them, now that I think about it. Sleeping on the job."

    It's not hard to tell who she's talking about, indeed, having seen much of her past through spiritual osmosis, it could likely click quite easily for you, but:

    "Still. They'll wake up eventually. But if we lose, they won't have that chance."

    ...It's not even for the world, not really.

    Elizabeth was a lot more selfish than she first appeared, while she could certainly be thought of as a hero, certain things took priority over that in her thoughts, namely...

    Saving her friends was the more important task in her heart, something that filled her with far more resolve than the much more broad idea of saving the world...

    A fire that burns for the sake of protecting those dear to oneself, that was her true flame.

    "So possible or not, I've gotta crush that so called Absolute God. So yeah, I guess the answer really is that sort of simple. Good work."

    One arm rests on an upturned knee.

    "Still..."

    Another laugh, and the shake of her head.

    "Things got insane fast. A few weeks ago, and it was all church duty all the time... I would have rather managed to get more lessons into you kids before something like this happened... But it looks like the world had other ideas in mind, kind of a shame."
    Last edited by Airen; June 16th, 2018 at 08:15 AM.
    Spoiler:
    Death is nothing but a disease.
    But it is one that often comes from all sides.
    An end like that is coming, and yet here you are.

    Tell me.

    Could you kill someone you love for the sake of everyone else?


    What a cynical worldview, Messiah.
    Real heroes would find a different answer.


    Right, right.
    The power to break through a sad reality—
    I wonder—

    Will they be able to show it to me?



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    It was the most obvious question, so for that reason it hadn’t been in the girl’s mind. She had spent so little time thinking about it recently, perhaps because now she had so much more to think about. It was in her doldrums that she found her world dyed one color. But when the world was thrust into chaos and the girl found herself a part of that chaos, Saki became too preoccupied to notice.

    “That’s right, my world of dull crimson trying to wash over the gray… Before I noticed it, even my own ‘red’ became something else. Then one by one, more and more added their own hues to the palette. Before I knew it my world was red, black, blue, green, and pink. Purple, white… and a crimson that reminds me of my own.”

    Thinking about it, the world had changed a lot more than how the Conception or Great Devourer threatened to change it, to her.
    “I should thank you. Your blue was the first. The rest seemed to follow in unison. So once again, I am indebted to you, but…”

    With a glance to the sky, she grimaced.

    “It isn’t enough. There are more and more I want, and even with all of them I’ll never see that vibrant color I lost. To make sure I don’t lose any more, and for the sake of seeing even more of those colors, I have to stop this world from losing it all. A fate worse than endless gray, this world will become one without any color at all.”

    She looked back to the Goddess.

    “My world is full of color, and soon I will make it into a world with every color.”
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    "I see."

    Smiling with closed eyes, the Goddess that had turned her gaze towards the sky with an outstretched hand, reaching for a distant star in spite of the shattered countenance, accepts that answer without a hint of regret or disappointment.

    It was the expected answer.

    A respectable answer.

    A sign of personal growth, as well a sign of a burning desire to live, to see that tomorrow comes not just for your own sake, but that of others besides oneself.

    "In that case, I'm glad I was able to help."

    Still...

    A vibrant color that was lost...

    While she is an entity similar to the Goddess of Life, her lack of power in this aspect is a notable flaw due to her status as a false goddess; she cannot bring back the dead in spite of personally feeling like his death was unjust, that was a miracle that even the Soul Sea struggled to accomplish, and one that the teacher in question might simply reject even if it was offered to him, but...

    More concerning than that...

    Was that she did not know where his soul had disappeared too, still...

    "An excellent wish... I don't want to lose anymore people either. I promised the world a happy ending, so that is what I want to give them, for the sake of that..."

    ...There is one more thing she wishes to ask, but-

    "...I know it is a rather unreasonable request... But Nakahara left you with a locket correct? May I see it for a moment?"

    -It's awkward in a way she doesn't like.
    Spoiler:
    Death is nothing but a disease.
    But it is one that often comes from all sides.
    An end like that is coming, and yet here you are.

    Tell me.

    Could you kill someone you love for the sake of everyone else?


    What a cynical worldview, Messiah.
    Real heroes would find a different answer.


    Right, right.
    The power to break through a sad reality—
    I wonder—

    Will they be able to show it to me?



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    The brevity of your meeting with Michio surprisingly fitting for the type of 'bond' the two of you shared, you make your way off of the ship with an easy grace in search of your wandering demon, following your instincts, or rather your 'sixth sense' to an area that lay just beyond the park in which everyone was recovering for the night, where the Rider of the Apocalypse stands tall atop it's steed on one of the few non-damaged buildings...

    It's gaze is on the horizon, no...

    Looking past a city that lies in ruins, the gaze that had first seemed to watch the rising moon actually seems to ultimately land on a distant orphanage, a building that struck a strange chord in your heart simply from glancing at it, but one whose name you can't quite read from here even with your senses as an ESPer.

    While you didn't exactly announce your presence, and had simply leapt your way up the outside of the building to it's peak, the demon seems to know that you are there before you get the chance to do so, it's own instinctual knowledge of your location at any given time giving away your new position, and...

    "...The battle will happen over there."


    Voice quiet, but strangely piercing as always...

    The Rider makes this declaration with seemingly no evidence at all...
    Last edited by Airen; June 16th, 2018 at 09:00 AM.
    Spoiler:
    Death is nothing but a disease.
    But it is one that often comes from all sides.
    An end like that is coming, and yet here you are.

    Tell me.

    Could you kill someone you love for the sake of everyone else?


    What a cynical worldview, Messiah.
    Real heroes would find a different answer.


    Right, right.
    The power to break through a sad reality—
    I wonder—

    Will they be able to show it to me?



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    "...I see."

    For some reason, even if the Rider made the declaration with no evidence to back it up with, it felt like the Truth.
    It could be instinct, gut feeling, or just a hunch, but even so.
    It brought a strange feeling to his heart.

    "If you say so, it must be. I can't really say much about it myself, but..."

    Scratching his head, Jonathan pointed at the orphanage.

    "I have a strange feeling about that place. If you know something I don't, or have forgotten, perhaps you could share some of your wisdom, eh?"

    Chuckling, Jonathan cast his gaze towards the distant building, and the moonlight that surrounded it.
    He felt a tingling in his heart. It itched, and made Jonathan crack his fingers, as if trying to stifle the feeling.


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    "Perhaps."

    The way she says it crosses me as slightly facetious, and I smile a little bit at it; after all, I'm just one girl.

    And as much as Elizabeth loves me, I can't imagine she approves of any of my actions - especially the more dangerous ones. They were, after all... slightly terrible. I'm reckless, and I can't help that - but I can't help but try my best anyways.

    "But that's a very human desire; to want to spend more time with the people they care about, it is a perfectly serviceable wish in the end. No one truly wants to exist alone forever."

    A shattered moon rises as she speaks, and I don't have anything to say.

    "I have a similar wish."

    Of course. Elizabeth has her own companions, a bond forged that was unbreakable even by the Kyuubi --

    "There are people I want to spend more time with... I have to fix your bad habits for one, but some old friends of mine reappeared recently as well..."

    It's sad, isn't it?

    "Of course, it's the night before the climax, and all of them are asleep. It's just like them, now that I think about it. Sleeping on the job."

    It's definitely sad.

    "Still. They'll wake up eventually. But if we lose, they won't have that chance."

    I... I can't bear this kind of sadness.

    "So possible or not, I've gotta crush that so called Absolute God. So yeah, I guess the answer really is that sort of simple. Good work."

    Crushing an impossible foe, an unstoppable force -- that's just what heroes do, right?

    "Still..."

    She laughs, light and low, and I look at her with wide eyes.

    "Things got insane fast. A few weeks ago, and it was all church duty all the time... I would have rather managed to get more lessons into you kids before something like this happened... But it looks like the world had other ideas in mind, kind of a shame."

    "I'm sure in another one of these fragmented pasts, you taught me more then I could ever manage to understand." I smile at her, a small quiet thing, barely breaching my lips. "Do you honestly think I would have acted as I have if I didn't absorb at least some of them?"

    No matter how many times it repeated, there are always constants.

    Hitoshira Nagi will face Yagami Ryota.

    Elizabeth will teach her.

    And time will repeat.

    But all of these are broken now, even if its impossible to tell why -- so its easier to just pretend they aren't.

    "Everyone wakes up, in the end - and if it is the ending of everything, it's rather rude of them to remain asleep. But... sometimes, there's nothing you can do, except rage in silence. I've raged in silence for a rather long time, Elizabeth - I don't think hiding does anything for me but make me appear less then I am."

    Hitoshira Nagi is a girl who doesn't show her emotions.

    This hasn't been true for quite some time.

    "It's been... an interesting week. I think the only way I can top the reckless, foolish actions I've taken is to topple a god." I look at her, eyes dancing. "That takes real insanity, you know. I am the weakest Esper, in the end - with stolen power, stolen dreams, and a stolen demon. The others... are quite a lot stronger then I."

    I'd only seen them, in passing.

    Heard of them, in whispers, told through the sea of souls of their exploits, wafted into my mind tinged with silver fire and an ironclad will.

    A girl who can access Akasha directly.

    A man who can eat anything.

    A boy far too similar to me, who weaves the shadows themselves together.

    A nameless man who grasped his name from the fires of creation itself.

    And me.

    Hitoshira Nagi.

    A girl who manipulates the waves of emotions that waft through her sea of souls.

    One of the only people alive who can access gathered starlight in a way that manifests in reality.

    "All I really have is will, right?" I brush a stray strand of hair out of my eye. "An ironclad will and a burning desire to save everyone. It's not much - barely enough to even try to touch that scant glance I've gotten of the future. But because of that - no, in spite of that - I've ended up here. Somehow, against all odds, I've been placed into a position where I may have to direct others, to tell them what to do, to wrap my own will around theirs and make them stronger. It's ironic, isn't it? The weakest Esper ends up being one of the strongest."

    The world is quiet here.

    And yet my soul is louder than I could ever imagine.

    Hundreds of whispers, hundreds of hopes, of dreams, and fears and desires - and a demon that watches over all of them.

    Ah...

    I've really become something incredible, haven't I? Something that I couldn't even imagine when I came back to Tokyo.

    "You know, I can't help but imagine there's a single constant in this endless cycle of timelines, where the earth reverses every time it was too close to the end. There's only one thing, that I can imagine is a constant."

    I look at my mentor, and say -
    "We all come back Tokyo. So there's no reason to think it wouldn't happen one more time."
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    In the end, everyone always returns to this place, to Tokyo.

    It's a bizarre coincidence to notice, and a statement that itself can almost be thought of as absurd; humans take tomorrow for granted, so it's a foolish statement that almost seems to mean that "everyone will come back for the ending," but...

    By their nature humans are foolish...

    Yes...

    Chuckling to herself at those words, there's little else she can do other than accept them as a possibility; it was absurd, but this quest for a happy ending had been blatantly absurd from the start. The Devourer referred to the people here as walking corpses, and in a certain sense it wasn't entirely incorrect; the world had died only to come back to life, everyone here could certainly be thought of as a sort of zombie, but...

    They continued to persist.

    There is no reason to disbelieve in meeting again after this, the people of this world had done impossible thing after impossible thing consistently over the past couple of hours, and thus...

    "That's right. We will all meet back here again, at least one more time."

    She stands up.

    This world might be a recurring dream, or perhaps a recurring nightmare... But even if it is a nightmare, people do eventually wake up from nightmares.

    One way or another, it's time for everyone to wake up from this endless loop of tragedy.

    The only thing they can do is ensure it's a happy awakening, and if you think of it like that...

    Then it's not so difficult.

    "Tomorrow morning... We'll get to fight together for once, side-by side," turning back to face you with arms crossed, the confident smile regains it's original absolute purity, as if all flickers of doubt had faded away, "I won't allow any sacrificial moves from you on my watch, so I hope you're prepared for a clean victory."

    Another laugh, then:

    "I brought you onto this road, so it's my duty as a teacher to make sure you can reach the end of it."

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    "...There is not much wisdom to share. But if you wish it, I will oblige."

    Chillingly polite, the demon that was still a new presence in your life, but one that was certainly not unwelcome, responds to your requests in the usual manner, the sheer blood-lust that had overtaken it in it's battle with the reporter no longer present.

    "The Devourer should be little more than a system, yet it continues to take hosts, now, it holds the body of that reporter..."

    There is no fear in it's existence.

    While others try to mentally wrap their head around the impossible task that has appeared before them, the Rider appears to simply be contemplating the nature of the enemy's existence.

    Because the Devourer is not just an enemy to humanity.

    Without humans, Demons will eventually die out as well; in that sense...

    There is more to it's actions than simple obedience to the one that supports it's existence.

    "That woman holds some connection to that place. As do you it seems... You can feel it correct? The wistful pangs of a time long past... The others gathered here feel it as well, there is something linking all of you to it. I do not know what it is, but it is something that remains in spite of the flow of time."


    It's words end there; as does it's knowledge of the situation, it could be something similar to what happened with Akane, latent memories of a long past lifetime, but...

    Looking at it from here doesn't help with further investigation of your thoughts...

    All you get is a strange sense of nostalgia, but...

    'Brighter Days.'

    That was it's name...

    How strange...

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    "That's good."

    She sounds relieved for some reason, although her face disappears from directly in front of the pod, moving instead to a bench at the side of it, although the sounds of her movements remain as clear to you as ever.

    The liquid seemed to carry sound quite well, perhaps there were speakers in here?

    "I heard from the others that you did quite a few reckless things today."

    Normally this would be the start of a lecture, but right now...

    She sounds more tired than anything else, but with everything going on... That sort of thing was inevitable...

    This had just been one hell of a day.

    "I can't say I approve, you could have been killed; and don't try to deflect towards the others either, they are also in the wrong, but..."

    She gets quiet.

    It takes her a bit to talk again, time in which you can respond however you like, but then:

    "...Tomorrow morning, it'll all have to happen again; letting you get put in harms way... I don't like it."

    Yes...

    Talking to herself, perhaps admonishing herself for failing in the parental role of guarding you -even though the enemy consistently couldn't be predicted or stopped- she...

    "...So you don't have to do it, you know?"
    Spoiler:
    Death is nothing but a disease.
    But it is one that often comes from all sides.
    An end like that is coming, and yet here you are.

    Tell me.

    Could you kill someone you love for the sake of everyone else?


    What a cynical worldview, Messiah.
    Real heroes would find a different answer.


    Right, right.
    The power to break through a sad reality—
    I wonder—

    Will they be able to show it to me?



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