Belwicket wrote:Colors. Souls. That is all Jack would see. Each person he passed being a dull color, any color.
Belwicket wrote:That is, until he rounded the corner.
Belwicket wrote:Not far from him and across the street were a teenage girl and a grown woman, both with very sharp colors. The woman's would be bright, almost energetic. The girl's, though, was dark, having an almost destructive look to its color. Jack would know, with the knowledge given to him by Lou, that the woman was a Witch of the Goddess and the girl was a Child of Pandora.
Belwicket wrote:I never said Jack was alone. He could have a friend with him. He could have a dog to guide him. There's things that I didn't put in because he can put them in.
Belwicket wrote:I merely put him in the area. If he so chooses, he can walk past them, stay out of the conflict, if there's going to be a conflict. I put them near each other. It's up to them to decide if there's gonna be a fight or not. I could've easily just said it like this:
They're all in the same spot. Eleanor will defend herself or retreat. Aisling will attack. Jack will try to stop it.
I said it they way I did because that is what I'm trying to avoid. Yeah, maybe it wasn't the smartest idea but we're trying to get a bit of story moving along.
KazeXDZ wrote:She edited her post. Stop yelling at her.
Cheesemore wrote:But with that all said and done, I'm happy that you took my concern seriously and acted appropriately. Thank you very much.
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