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Jung Fails At RadioJung sounding like she just woke up, "Wh--Who are you people...? I thought this was only supposed to let Mister Kunma and the 'new allies' talk to me. Are you all in that... Uh... Confederacy?"
[A] Harley Quinn cheerily hums o/`
Altea Saito says, "No, I'm in the Union. This is the public broadband thing I think. Everyone can talk here."
Jung says, "...Oh."
Nathan Hall says, "No. You are currently accessing the public moderated nonfactional frequencies. There are, er, a mixture of speakers here."
Jung says, "...Um, sorry if this was already explained but... Who are the Union? And... Who is... 'Everyone'? All four nations or the whole... Multi thing?"
Altea Saito says, "I would be surprised if the Confederacy didn't have its own private frequency, perhaps you configured it wrong?"
Altea Saito says, "The Union is the enemy of the Confederacy."
Altea Saito says, "And I don't know what four nations you're talking about."
Nathan Hall says, "The 'multi thing', yes."
Jung says, "Oh. Oh! Then,
Witch-Hunt: Kaia Pt. 2[A] In German, Adalinda says, "I think I know why there were so many familiars! This witch... She's probably turning everyone on the island when the fog appears into a familiar! That's why they're so weak but also so numerous! And--" Sound like the planet breaking, followed by the BOOOOOM of a volcanic eruption. "--and... That is a very big witch."
[5-SA] Shouting Excessively Loud Psyber says, "VOLCANO! Watch out."
[5-SA] Himei says, "Once. Just once."
[5-SA] Himei says, "I'd like to fight the fluffy cuddles Witch."
[5-SA] Loudly Shouting, Psyber says, "Personally I keep hoping we come across the delicious pizza and hugs Witch!"
[A] Homura Akemi says, "I would point out the dessert Witch ate your head once!"
[5-SA] Himei grunts, "I'm taking to the air, Homura, but I'll stay nearby!"
[A] Homura Akemi says, "My money's on it being even worse when they sound amazing."
[5-SA] Loudly Shouting, Psyber says, "You're correct, Homura. But that cake was /really good/."
[A] Sayuri Yag
Witch-Hunt: Kaia Pt. 1 On a small island in the 'Hawaiian Islands', west of Ni'ihau and classed 'uninhabited', there is a Witch. There used to be people there. They're gone now. Also gone are the people who have visited the island since. The ones who came after those people looking for the ones who vanished before. Various other search and rescue expeditions since then likewise met the same fate. It is generally accepted at this point that people should stay the frick away from the place. For whatever reason, people are going into this place and disappearing like the island itself is swallowing them up.
The weirdest part is that the disappearances only seem to happen to people who are still on the island itself in the hour or two before sunlight starts to appear on the horizon. A mysterious fog appears, and then it vanishes within minutes when the sky starts to turn brighter. No one on the island when the fog clears is ever seen again. Adalinda's computer program and secondary research has dete
EasterRemember what you love,
you with sand in your teeth
and the feral burn of hunger
in your eyes.
God sends his regrets.
He made you grasping and slow,
in a late hour
when the wine washed low.
Remember what you love.
Fall to your knees in the toss
and the swell, quell
the appetite of the cold black sea.
Beg blessings for your home
and the salt-sick trees.
Reach what lies near:
the fat-faced child, the sweet-soft lamb;
tether the tantrum, trickle the blood.
Offer psalms to what is holy,
whisper the name of what you love
as it bobs in the bleak mad sea.
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