Et Cetera Inc., Chapter 13
Bekett and SI walked down the sidewalk, heading for the motel that SIs friends were staying at. They were returning from a very nice dinner at the local steak house. SI was explaining the nature of how his powers worked.
You see, in order to alter something, it first must be broken. And then you rearrange it the way you want, he said. Say, for example, theres a large rock that needs to be moved. In a case such as that, I would need to break the reality that the rock is where it is, and reassemble it into a reality where the rock is ten feet from where it was.
Bekett was having a hard time understanding what SI was going on about. Um, maybe it would be easier just to show me? she said.
SI gladly agreed. They passed by the central park on the way to the motel, so he decided to demonstrate there. In the middle of the park was a fairly large area that had been scorched by a fire that had accidentally been lit by a carelessly tossed cigarette
Phylum, Chapter 4
Hey hey, wake up!
Kisei rolled over on him and Nessas bed to face the one who disturbed his restful slumber. There stood Nessa, halfway through getting dressed. Kisei glanced at the clock on the nightstand.
Hun, its 4:30 in the morning, why are we getting up so early? Kisei asked, groggily.
I already told you, were all going out deep sea fishing to celebrate Darkblaze and Kasuis anniversary. It was 2 years ago the two started dating, you know, Nessa explained, slipping on her sweater. Now get up and put some clothes on, we have to start driving at 5:00 if we want to get to the docks in time.
By the time Nessa and Kisei had finished getting ready, Darkblaze and Kasui had left for the docks already. Kisei attempted to go as fast as he could without being stopped for speeding. He stopped to get some breakfast, despite Nessas claims that the pair was already late. It was 6:10 by the time they had gotten to
Et Cetera Inc., Chapter 12
Tintania observed her surroundings a bit more. It was definitely a city, but didnt seem all that exciting. Just your generic metropolis. She was tempted to ask someone where she was, but refrained. She didnt want people to think she was an idiot. It wasnt her fault she has some kind of condition.
Further observation brought to her attention that she was standing just outside the citys airport. Perhaps if she asked someone in there, they would just think that she had been on the wrong flight and hadnt noticed until it was too late.
She walked in, hoping her plan would work.
Kelly stood at the baggage claim, waiting for her suitcase to show up and hoping the airline hadnt lost it. If they did, there would surely be hell to pay.
Luckily she could tell it was coming, when people further up the line stared in disbelief that someone could have fit any amount of clothes in such a small bag.
Kelly grabbed her luggage, if you could call it that, and left bagg