Hey everyone. Welcome to the Infinite Time Loops, a series of stories were everything is stuck in a time loop and sanity is now at a premium! Lets get the into out of the way first. With some important links
And the general rules for Looping.
One person in a Loop, often the main character, is an Anchor. They are the person who first starts time looping.
There is always at least one Anchor present in a given Time Loop snippet, though it may not be the local one.
The standard pattern for a loop is that the Anchor (and whoever else is Looping there) come to awareness in a loop at a particular point in the story. From there, events will play out as influenced by the Loopers present, acting with the benefit of their foreknowledge, until either a predetermined end point is reached or all the Loopers have copped it.
To be Awake is to be aware of the time loops (that is, to have gone back in time this time.)
The Anchor is the only character guaranteed to be Awake. Even after others have started looping, it is mostly random as to whether they will be Awake this particular loop.
Crossovers, fusions, and alternate pasts can also take place. It is perfectly possible, for example, to have the characters Awaken into a loop which conforms to a fanfic universe rather than reality.
Loops do not have to be in chronological order, but it is strongly preferred that they not require a mutually contradictory order (where A must be before B and B must be before A.)
Just about every Looper is very, very stir crazy.
Loops written my me will not be named. Loops written by others will be named accordingly.
If you wish to contribute please swing by the Spacebattles misc. thread.
The Infinite Loops
Sentinels of the Multiverse
(Sentinels of the Multiverse is copyright of Greater Than Games)
<SENTINELS OF THE INFINITE TIME LOOPS>
The city of Megaopolis.
The shining jewel of a city had everything: Monorails that zipped back and forth, citizens that cared, a thriving economy, affordable housing...Indeed Megaopolis was a nice place to live.
Megaopolis did have one thing many cities did not.
The Freedom Tower, a Massive skyscraper in the shape of an F towered over the majestic skyscrapers of Megaopolis, standing vigilant as if it was a guard on duty. Inside the tower, however, was a much less majestic sight.
The meeting room (which was today the relaxation room the Freedom Five had built after Unity begged and pleaded for one) was not built to hold over two dozen superheroes. But hold them they did. Heroes of every shape and size (equipment included) crammed into the room. Couches were sat in on their cushions, the smaller heroes using the arms while many others just stood.
All the while a blur ran from side to side, coming and going getting everyone something to eat and drink.
Good manners were a must when you had guests over, and it was only polite to offer someone something to eat, especially if they traveled a long distance as some did.
At the head of the room was a fiftyish year old man garbed in white tights. A lantern sigil was on his chest as his cape blowed in the still wind (somehow)
"Alright everyone, let's get started." the Man spoke with a powerful voice. As soon as he started to speak, all conversation ended, and all eyes were drawn to him. "I would like to thank you all for coming on such short notice, but what we have to address affect every one of us. That being said, before I do address that, we need to do a head count. Parse, if you may?"
The African American woman nodded, getting up from her seat near the now empty refrigerator. She approached the man as she addressed him. "Thank you Legacy." She adjusted her glasses as she read from a printed sheet of paper. "Right. Legacy, are you here?"
Legacy simply waved amid light laughter.. "Right. Tachyon, are you here?"
The blur blurred past everyone before taking her place beside Legacy. "Right here." she spoke. The blur was a tall woman wearing a white skintight suit, her blond hair in a ponytail.
"Absolute Zero, are you here?"
"Of course I'm here." A figure in black armor with b glowing blue highlights scoffed, his voice a metal echo. "I live in the icebox right over there."
"Yea, right next to soda pop, am I right?"
Absolute Zero turned around facing the speaker, a man in black and yellow spandex with a mask over his eyes. A simple image of a dice was on his chest. "Up yours Setback!" Absolute Zero shouted.
"Moving on." Parse remarked. "Wraith, are you here?"
After scanning the room for a second, Parse looked up at the rafters. True enough, a young woman in stealthy garb was in the rafters looking down at her allies. "Bunker, are you here?"
A man in a white tank top and khaki pants, sitting next to Absolute Zero raised his hand in compliance. "Right here."
"Tempest, are you here?"
"I am." the speaker was not of this world: Blue skin and otherworldly black eyes wearing blue spandex that had no sleeves. "Please, refer to me as M'kk."
"I will remember tha." parse replied. "Haka, are you here."
A war cry was her answer. "I believe that is a yes. How loud of you."
"Sorry." The heavily muscled Immortal warrior shuged. "The class I was subbing for was quite active today. It rubbed off on me."
"Aren't kindergartners always active?" SEatback mused out loud.
" Ake koutou , Setback"
"Fanatic? Are you here?" Parse continued.
"I am." The speaker was a young woman, who had angelic white wings to complement her white and red war armor. He grasped the sword Absolution.
"Argent Adept, are you here?"
The Argent adept, white clothes under a black cape imply played a flute to answer.
"Chrono-Ranger, are you here?"
"No need to be prim and proper young lady." A western twang spoke. He was dressed as a 19th century lawman of the wild west with a poncho over her clothes and a brown hat over his eyes. The time displaced lawman rested his legs on a chair as he sat on another chair.
"Chrono has a point. It's making my trigger finger itch." A purple haired woman with a fair amount of muscle sat in the far corner of the room. A wise decision, as she had just under half a dozen guns next to her.
"Those had better not be loaded Expatriot."
"Don't worry, they're safeties are on." She grinned. "Besides, I only shoot supers that work for Dawn."
"Expatriate...here." Parse crossed her name off the list before continuing. "Mr. Fixer?"
"Here." a hushed voice from an eighty year old Chinese man replied. He was dressed in a oil stained orange gi and blue jeans. He lit a cigarette after he answered.
"I am here!" The Egyptian themed hero spoke. Fire could almost be seen as he stood heroically.
"Right here!" A young woman of Israeli descent sat next to her fellow heroes, with a robotic raptor keeping her company. "And so is Mr. Chomps!'
There was no response. Parse looked around the room, unable to find him even with her analytical powers. "Scholar?"
"He's outside taking a nap." Mr Fixe then pointed to the outside balcony. True to his word, there was a man in his Fifties, a dirty blue bathrobe over a simple shirt and shorts resting on a lounge chair with sunglasses on and a beer in his hand.
"It's not napping man." He replied. "It's planning, contemplating, unearthing the mysteries of forever."
"Sounds like a nap to me." Setback replied.
"Up yours Setback." Setback grumbled as the other heroes laughed lightly as the Hero's luck turned from better to worse, as per the norm.
"Moving on..." Parse too another look at her list. "Omnitron, version number 10?"
"Uh, why don't we skip Omni for now." Legacy interrupted. "Omni told me his chassis needed oil or something like that. Squeaky parts from the future."
Parse though she heard a distant indignant cough from somewhere behind the closed doors, but shelved that though for the moment. "Right. The Sentinels...Doctor Medico?"
"Here." A human made of glowing yellow energy was near the back wall standing next to a strong burly man in a biker vest with more muscles than Haka. "You didn't forget me did ya?"
"Mainstay...here. The Idealist?"
"Over here!" A young girl in blue heroic garb sat next to Unity. She was playing with Mr. Chomps at the moment, rubbing the robotic dino's belly.
"In your shadow." The voice of Wraith called form above. Grumbling, a man that looked like a living shadow slithered out of Parse's shadow. He bore a fedora and trenchcoat that was equally made of shadow.
An african man in green nodded before turning into a gazelle.
"Showoff." grumbled Setback.
"Uh, she called in as well."Legacy replied. He was sweating a single drop of sweat. Parse looked at the hero the same way she did everything: Intently.
"He's running a few minutes late. Some trouble on some distant planet." An alien being, red skinned and spikes on her shoulders replied.
"Sky-Scraper...here." Pare then sighed, dreading what she had to say next. "Guise..."
A purple clad Deadpool like figure stood up in a hurry, preparing to speak before Parse interrupted him. "NightMist? Are you here."
"Up yours Setback!" The figure called guise spoke before sitting down. Setback groaned as he grasped his head.
"Oh come on, I didn't do anything that time!"
"It's just Guise being Guise." NightMist replied. Her hair and eyes glowed white, and she was garbed in a black overcoat. The part of her arm that was obscured by shadow was for some reason mist, unlike the rest of her body.
"Over here!" The teen hovered next to Idealist and Unity, her costume identical to Legacy (as she was his daughter).
"Right here." A young woman spoke. She was geared in a green spandex suit and cape. The most startling part of her appearance was her hair. Or lack of it in her case.
"I believe that is everyone." Parse then handed the list to Legacy before sitting down. "Except for Captain Cosmic, Omnitron, and K.N.Y.F.E."
"I'm not sure about Captain Cosmic, but Omnitron and K.N.Y.F.E have been here since we started this meeting." Legacy spoke. The heroes assembled started to speak as one before Legacy calmed them by raising his hand.
"If they were already here, why not just tell us?" The Naturalist, who shifted back to Human form was the first to ask.
"You'll see in a minute." Legacy turned to a nearby door, a knowing look in his eyes. "You two can come in now."
The door opened, the two figures on the other side entering the room. Some of the heroes present were shocked to say the least.
The figure they thought was K.N.Y.F.E was really a young man dressed up as her, carrying a really stupid looking red sword with a circle near the hilt. It was if a Japanese guy designed it to look pretty rather than to fight.
The other figure was apparently supposed to be Omnitron-X. However it looked more like a human girl dressed up as Omnotron-X, with parts of her flesh exposed while most of her body was covered in metal.
"You two are late. That's strange for a robot." Doctor Medico replied. He was ignorant of the looks of several other heroes having very strange looks at glowing doctor.
"Uh....Omnitron isn't a girl. Or any gender at that." Bunker replied.
"Yea, and since when is K.N.Y.F.E. a guy?" Unity repled.
"I think we had better take over for now." The not K.N.Y.F.E replied. Legacy nodded as the other heroes turned to face him. "Right. My name is Shulk, and this is Fiora. We're not from around here."
ONE EXPLANATION LATER
"Wait, so all of time is all messed up?" Chrono Ranger was the first to speak. Shulk and Fiora nodded their heads as the ranger tipped his hat. "That does explain things a bit. I thought things were repeating due to me jumping back and forth to the future too much."
"And you're not really a robot?" Visionary eyed Fiora intently, as the girl replied in turn. "Well, according to my Loop Memories, I came from the future after experimenting with joining metal to a human clone I created."
"Honestly not the weirdest reason why Fiora wound up made of metal." Shulk sighed.
"It does explain a lot." the voice of Wraith replied.
"So does it still count as hot robot sex?" All eyes turned to Guise, who shrugged. "What? What?? Everyone is thinking it."
"It's just you." Visionary shuttered, unpleasant sights before her mind's eye. "Trust me, I know. I am a psychic after all.
Idealist then screamed. "Dad! Uncle Mainstay! Guise is thinking naughty things! It burns!"
What followed next was a very angry Mainstay dragging a very loud Guise into a back room. The sounds of a Guise in agony was faintly heard through the rather thick walls.
"I think the next step is to figure who our Anchor is." Legacy decreed, ignoring Guise's pain. "Who else has experienced these Time Loops? Raise your hand."
"Why?" several present asked.
"Well the Anchor is the one who is always awake." Shulk began.
"So the person with the most of these Loops is the one who is the Anchor?" Tachyon finished.
Tachyon rose her hand, followed by Legacy, Bunker, Absolute Zero, Chrono-ranger, Tachyon, Wraith, Tempest, Argent Adept, Unity, Setback, and Young Legacy.
"That's a fair number." commented Fiora.
"I know I've experienced a Loop or three." Legacy replied.
"Seven " was Tachyon's answer.
"Four." Bunker spoke.
"Four as well. A lot of the time I start just a few minutes before that explode at Pike Industrial." Absolute Zero replied.
"Wait...if that's so, why not just leave so you don't wind up in the suit?" Pondered NightMist. Zero shrugged. "I like the suit."
"I have experienced twelve of these Loops." tempest answered next. "Often times they begin after I land on Earth."
"That's my count as well." Wraith replied.
"Just five for me." was Argent Adept's answer. All eyes turned to Setback, who was next.
All items in all the hands dropped what they were holding as Setback shrugged. "...was it something I said?"
"Wait, Setback is the Anchor?" Expatriot had a hard time holding back her shock.
"I guess so." replied the visiting loopers.
"You mean to say..." Wraith spoke slowly. "...Setback and his mental state...the world's luckiest person alive might I add...is responsible for making sure our existence is sustained."
"Yes." was Shulk's answer.
"I had no idea anyone on this planet could scream that loudly." Sky-Scraper spoke, removing her hands from her ears. Others did the same.
"For for that long. One minute, thirteen point forty three seconds." Parse noted.
"Right. I think Wraith is taking a long break in the immediate future." Many nodded in regards to Legacy's comment.
There was a mighty bang outside Hephaestus's office and a scared Apollo dived under his desk.
"WHERE IS HE?!" A Chinese Archer came into his office with bow and arrow knocked, looking enraged. "That damn fool boasted about me missing the mark one too many times so I decided to hit my final sun at long last!" Yi stormed over, glaring at the volcano god. "So where is Apollo?!"
Hephaestus blinked and pointed outside of his office.
"Thank you Hephaestus." He bowed his head and ran out of his office, yelling for Apollo to face him like a man.
[hr] (edited by Kingofsouls)
“Okay Yi, as punishment you have a new Loop to look after.” Zeus pointed to a monitor, showing a yellow clad superhero running for his life from a giant rat man.
Yi looked at the terrified Sun God and then at Zeus.
"I did my job at long last." He nodded his head. "I'm ok with this."
"Hey Young Legacy?"
"is it just me, or is that a Chinese guy charging straight at Citizen Dawn and the Citizens of the Sun?"
Young Legacy narrowed her eyes. "Yea, you're right."
"he's doomed." Setback replied.
A decent amount of time later
Young Legacy and Setback were thankful they had not gone as fast as they could to the Chinese guy's aid.
If they did, they wouldn't have had the best seats in the house to watch the horribly one sided fight.
"That...is brutal." Young Legacy slowly replied.
"Yea. I have never seen anyone make a Citizen pile that fast before."
"Hey better her than me."
The two heroes turned to face a strange entity before them. "Uh, hi." Setback said to the person before them.
"Hi to you as well. i'm Apollo."
"The Sun God?" Young Legacy was in awe. While she was a hero with super power, which was not normal, and was time looping as well, which was also not normal, but for her to meet a God was something even she did not expect.
Ra and the Ennead did not count.
"Well, a Sun God." Apolo pointed out. "That guy over there? That is Yi."
"No, that's not me. I'm over here." young Legacy facepalmed as Setback looked at her. "What?"
"No, not ye, Yi. That's his name." Apolo sighed. "Yi is your admin, and well....he doesn't like to be reminded how back in the day he failed to shoot down ten suns because the his arrow got stolen before he could shoot down the tenth one."
Setback snapped his fingers, a knowing look on his face. "Oh, now her speech she used this loop makes sense. I thought she ment ye all that time instead of saying some guys name."
"You think we should tell him to save some of Dawn for Expatriette?" Young Legacy mused. Setback just shrugged. Honestly he could go either way on that call.
[i]A Sentinels Christmas[/i]
Snow fell gently from the sky as Argent Adept silently cleaned his bar. To his surprise, Haka, Setback, Tempest, and Wrath charged in, tired expressions glaring longingly at alcohol they desperately wanted.
"Bad Loop?" their bartender Argent Adept asked.
"Yea. This one." Tempest replied. Four drinks slid in front of the heroes: a simple beer for Haka and Setback, a fancy cocktail for Wraith, and a Dok'Thorathian Gut Buster for Tempest (the only good thing to come from Dok'Thoroth, save fellow hero Sky-Scraper). "It was just so....surreal."
"Considering how I am Anchor, and I have seen a lot more than you guys...what happened to me was just as weird." Setback downed his drink, his expression silently asking 'Please sir may I have another?'.
“So it's not just me?” Haka moaned. Wraith replied “Guess not.”
“Who wants to go first.”
“Wraith does. Ladies first and all that.”
“Thank you Setback you are such a gentleman.”
"So, what happened?" Argent asked. The Wraith sighed, sipping her drink. "Well, it started as a normal day...and it got stupid."
Maia Montgomery, owner of one of the most powerful companies in Rook City, simply decided to take the day off from heroics. It was a nice, snowy December day. It was kind of hard to disagree with her.The doorbell rang, Maia walking to answer the door and answering "Hello?"
She suddenly felt a shiver of fear as she noticed who it was: a man wearing a red mask with a sleeveless blue hoodie and several syringes of drugs in his hand.
For some strange reason, he was wearing a Santa Hat, and before Mia could say or do anything, he burst into song.
"Deck the halls with lot of Drugs!
Kill the victims just because!
Drown the streets with blood rivers!
Morph into a dark pain-giver!
"So let me get this straight..." Argent put his hand on his head, trying to think this through logically. "Spite, a mass murdering psychopathic serial killer who consumes drugs like candy....came to your house, and sung a Christmas Carol?"
"You're right Maia, that does sound stupid when someone says that out loud." Setback noted.
"That does explain what happened to me this morning." The Argent Adept then poured himself a glass of gin as he recounted what happened to him.
Argent Adept could do nothing but gape and stare at the horror of beholding.
Ahash'Bhuta , the immortal eternal embodiment of chaos in nature, was in front of his bar singing "Joy to the World"
To add more confusion she was covered in garland.
The sight was just so...surreal. Argent quickly closed the door and went to raid his supplies for the alcoholic equivalent of smashing your head against the wall and hoping what you saw was just a hallucination.
Silence reigned as the Loopers tried to process that image.
"Anyone else feel like their brain is on fire when they try to picture that in their heads?" Setback mused. Four yeses resounded as Haka tried to bury his head into his massive hand. "Your turn Setback."
"Me? Why me? Yours is better!"
A trio of knocks roused Setback from his slumber, his girlfriend Expatriette sleeping peacefully next to him. More knocks followed as Setback grumbled, walking to the door an opening it.
Wearing a Santa hat. And singing.
"Santa baby, just slip a Sable under the tree for me;
Been an awful good girl, Santa baby,
So hurry down the chimney tonight!"
"Go away Kismet."
"Santa baby, a '54 convertible too, light blue;
I'll wait up for you, dear; Santa baby,
So hurry down the chimney tonight."
"I mean it Kismet. I just woke up."
"Think of all the fun I've missed;
Think of all the fellas that I haven't kissed;
Next year I could be just as good... if you check off my Christmas list."
"How did you even find out where I lived?"
"The bad part is that she woke up Expatriette and I had to explain that no I was not in a secret relationship with my arch enemy." Setback moaned.
"I would have preferred that to what Ambuscade did to me." Haka sighed.
The park was a place of relaxation for the immortal Maori warrior to simply relax and unwind from subbing for kindergartners and crazy super villains. The park also tended to be a place where his nemesis Ambuscade liked to Ambush him. Case in point, bullets flying from all places from the most likely invisible hunter.
A audible screech alerted Haka to the fact that Ambuscade had set up a sound system to..do something that was for sure.
Then the music started.
"I don't want a lot for Christmas
There is just one thing I need
I don't care about the presents
Underneath the Christmas tree.
I just want you for my own
More than you could ever know
Make my wish come true
All I want for Christmas
Is you, you yeah."
"Clever choice of song though I must admit." Haka swirled his drink around as he said that, a sour frown on his face. All heads then turned to Tempest, who adamantly shook his head. "No."
"Come on Tempest, we went. Time for you to go." Setback shook the alien gently, the alien still frowning. "I do not want to."
Setback then gave him puppy dog eyes, batting his eyelashes in a rather...awkward way. Tempest sighed as he spoke. "Fine...I got a message from Voss."
"...he sang 'I want a hippopotamus for Christmas."
No one spoke for a solid minute.
"Silence was my response as well."
Argent Adept hummed to himself a tune Chinese in origin, cleaning the glass as he gazed at his establishment
It was a simple bar, one that wasn't too large but was capable of holding a fairly decent number of people. The tables were reinforced with as much metal and magic as Argent could muster. In all his years of bartending, one lesson he learned was that you could never reinforce your bar enough. Fights were somewhat common.
This was doubly true for Argent as his bar (he had yet to give it a name but Argent's Place was the current title) had two very specific clientele.
So far the only other person in the bar was Haka, the immortal Maori warrior recently Awakening. "Honestly Argent, I thought I had seen everything, considering what happens in our Loop."
"I thought the same when I first left our little branch of home." Argent replied. "What happened last loop?"
"I was with a rather....exuberant man name Ryen and their Loop Anchor Shulk." Haka explained. "And we were exploring the corpse of a long dead titan."
"Oh, I met Shulk. He was the one who explained the Loops to us." The red head bartender served a tall glass of beer to Haka, who eagerly accepted. "What happened?"
"I tried to save Fiora. Instead of stabbed by Metal Face. Then got turned into a Mechon hybrid." Haka took a drink, sighing as he stared at the table he sat at. "The only complaint I have about being immortality is that while I can't die, it still hurts. A lot."
Argent winced at that. He had died once before. It was not pleasant.
"Wish I could have kept the armor though. Too large for my pocket." Haka lamented.
The door opened with a crash, heralding a new arrival. Argent and Haka turned round and saw a blue garbed woman in her teens of Inuit origin, a dour look on her face that just seemed to express nothing but tiredness. "Please tell me you're a Looper."
"We are." Argent approached the woman, extending a hand, which she took. "Argent Adept."
"Avatar Korra." The woman replied. She then sat next to Haka "you?"
"Aata Wakarewarewa," The Maori warrior replied, extending a massive hand. "But everyone calls me Haka."
A drink slid in front of Korra, the Argent Adept sitting down. "I take it you need something to talk about."
Korra moaned. "I take it you two haven't been to Republic City yet?" Both heroes shook their heads no, the Avatar continuing. "My loop is a mix of Martial Arts with elemental control and the Hub Loop 1920's."
"Good times." Haka dreamily sighed. “Going to those speakeasies was quite fun actually.” This got a confused look for Korra, to which Haka replied. "I'm immortal, remember?"
"Anyway..." Korra continued. "Right now in my Baseline a power mad tyrant took over the Earth Kingdom, turned it into an Empire, usual tyrant stuff. So, my friends and I are ready to stop Kuvira's super weapon when we see a giant robot. This thing....it was gigantic. I was so surprised by it that I didn't move out of the way in time." Korra buried her head into her hands as the two realized what she ment.
"That's not the worst part..." Korra continued, her voice muffled due to her head being buried in her arms. "We got to that part again and guess what? The same robot was there. "
"It's baseline?" Argent was a little surprised at that.
"I know right?" Korra was on the verge of screaming hysterically, her arms flung in the air and her head uncovered by her arms. "Our baseline already has robot suits and trains, but this? This is practically a Megazord or something! It's so....out there! Why didn't Jinora tell me about this!?"
The Avatar then slammed her head into the table. "And that's not the worst part! Every time I get Batarr Jr. to talk, she fires a laser beam at us, no matter where we are! It's just...cruel! Batarr cares about Kuvira more than anything, but to have his fiancee try to kill him? That...I don't know what to think about that."
Gazing at the Avatar, Argent simply went to the bar, and form underneath it he produced a silver flute. Pressing it to his lips, the Virtuoso of the Void played a soothing tune, the soft sound rising into the air.
Minutes passed, and the soft sound of the music slowly ended the Avatars tears. "What was that?"
"Just a simple song I learned. "Argent Adept answered. "As a Virtuoso of the Void, music is my weapon, my powers you could say. With it, I can do many things. You could say it's my answer to everything. Don't give up hope so soon Korra. I am sure you will be able to find an answer that is suitable for all."
"Thanks." Korra gave a small smile, thankful for Argent's song.
The door slammed open again, and the three turned to face the newcomer.
Who was currently covered head to toe in several very clingy squid.
"Setback, what the hell?.."
"Not. A. Word." Setback's replied, the words muffled.
Korra couldn't help but laugh.
The door to The Argent Adept's bar slammed open, revealing a very annoyed and tired looking Setback trudge into the establishment. Lt. Vance (or Bunker as he was known when he was in the suit) simply sat and watched as the unluckiest hero alive lept over the bar, grabbed the nearest (and biggest) bottle of alcohol he could find, and guzzled it like water. "....Argent isn't going to like that." was the only thing Vance could muster.
"Yea I know, but I need it." Setback replied between gulps of alcohol, to which he returned. He finished when a quarter of the bottle was gone. "My last loop....well it didn't end badly, but it didn't end well."
"Considering it's you who's saying that, that can go several ways." Vance took a drink of his, a simple stotch, before asking "So what happened?"
"I would up in a place called Tellius." Setback explained. "You know, that one place with that sword guy who fights for his friends."
"You mean Ike?"
"That's the one. I took a vacation, just went to see the world. Then this crazy war happened, and then more war happened, followed by a another war, and I think there was a civil war in there somewhere." Setback shuttered. "That world as a lot of war."
"War I can handle. Not so sure about you." Setback put a hand to his head as Vance taunted him. "Har-de-har soldier boy. No, I stayed out of it the best I could, though I was kinda involved in the civil war. Worked for the princess of Crimea then. Anyway long story short all these armies just merge into one big group,then we split into smaller groups as we try to get this Chaos God to fight this Order God or something...and then I got to the desert and learned a hard lesson..."
"Well the Chaos God, back when she and the Order God where one God...they kidna flooded the world...and I... maybe said something I probably shouldn't have. Well not said...more like...sang."
Vance balked. "You didn't."
"I did…" Setback moaned. "…This is the story of a girl…who cried a river and drowned the whole world…I didn't mean it like that! She gave me a cold shoulder so cold it literally froze me solid. I even missed out on the big battle at the top of the tower…I was sad."
1.1 The obligatory explain who everyone is to new people chapter for the nice people who have no idea what SotM is.
1.2 Admin shenanigans! Poor Yi…
1.3 Poor Yi? Poor Dawn is more like it.
1.4 Sometimes it gets…wierd
1.5 Do not taunt Yune. Or anything that can be described as a diety. Bad things will happen.