Ocular Cactus and T. Hobbes 01 Adam put his ear to the ground, in order to more clearly be able to hear the sounds from the surrounding area. Though for all he could tell, the battle outside was raging more furiously than it had been even when they had entered the plant, he literally couldn't hear anything from the entire inside of the building except for the quiet movements caused by him and Lance. Lance walked up behind him, and periodically spun his flashlight around them, to make sure there was no one around.
"We were tricked. This isn't the right place."
Adam unfolded his map of the surrounding areas, and spread it on the floor. Not of course, because he expected to find anything useful he hadn't already memorized more or less in full; but in a mere act of hopelessness, and to bring up the question of where they should go next. Assuming little enough time elapsed that it still even mattered, of course. An
Bunker man and Harry 02
bunker man and harry vs. the floating eye of golf and the floating eye of debt
in another galaxy no in another dimension
there was a huge space ship and it was still in the sun
and in it there was two eyes then self ha a ha ha we got the plan all set
out we go down there what came another voice from the back.you know
now lets get a plan blah blah yes thats it he soon said lets go
weve got it and they did.and in the known world
there was comeone named harry and he was taking a walk with bunkerman
and they sawthe enimies rushing twords them so bunker man got out his knife and
cut up the tea and crumpets PARTY TIME then they set up a tent and has a party
later they put the tent down and continued with there walk they soon
found a huge warp so they ran home and got packages and ran back
they jumped in and were warped to another dimension and landed on a
moon but it seemed to them that they were in a bowl of jello
and THEY WERE a giants spoon picked them up but they jumped up
Maitreya 01 "Why do you think people are afraid of being alone?"
Damien almost dropped the pile of papers he was bringing in to Ophiuchus' office. No matter how many times Ophiuchus demanded to talk about whatever random topic he had on mind; Damien would never cease to be surprised (and somewhat alarmed) by it. Truth be told, he had actual work he could have said he needed to be back to, and it wouldn't have even been a lie, but he knew from experience that trying to escape wasn't an option.
"Why do you think people are afraid of being alone?"
Damien got the idea that it wouldn't be too healthy to prolong an answer.
"Because they're afraid of being forgotten, I guess."
Ophiuchus sat on the ground with his head bent over his knee, expressionless; silent for so long that Damien was just forming the idea that he could just walk out and pret