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Left WantingKingdom Hearts 3 Current Gameplay In-Progress
Reviewing Captain's latest fruits of reconnaissance wracked Machelix's body with goosebumps. The once-fabled Keyblade Bearer had once again become active within the worlds. For a while he remained out of the picture, only to show up again with new powers and new weapons. What had Sora been up to all this time?
Rumor throughout the unaligned shadows of the worlds held it that he had undergone what was called a "Mark of Mastery Exam" within the seclusion of Yen Sid's tower. Purely rumor, of course, as no one of lesser rank than King Mickey's two most trusted officials had been allowed within that close proximity to know the exact events, let alone anyone within his network (immediate, extended, or otherwise). Some did say that Yen Sid was seen departing the tower and arriving back with a black-cloaked figure, but this was dismissed as w
GJ11 Deliver Us from EvilOctober 2, 2012. Lagaldex waited in his room for days, anticipating the return of his sister, Vredarigox. His psychic powers had yet to detect her thoughts, and his Superior, Machelix, had yet to contact him about her last mission. Where had he sent her? Why had she not returned? Lagaldex needed answers. Rising from his bed and leaving his room, the Silent Psychic made for the stairs. Machelix would be on his computer in the lobby of Memory’s Skyscraper; surely he would be able to tell him where his sister was.
He could sense Machelix’s mind racing even before he heard the telltale clacking of computer keys. Lagaldex chose not to interrupt him, instead stepping into the lobby to confront his Superior face to face. The lobby carpeting muffled the tread of his boots. The lack of light besides the computer screen hid him, he assumed, or else Machelix focused too hard on the displayed computer image. Lagal
Lines in the Icing pt. 2Chapter 2: Racing Preparations
The sudden start-up of our craft jostled my vision away from her and all of our eyes forward. Aside from this hiccup, the ride passed as smoothly and uneventfully as any other connecting to Game Central Station.
The arrival couldn’t have been any less appalling. Even before we left the transit tunnel, a stench worse than the entire Niceville Dump (Ralph included) choked everyone on the train and even caused a few to hurl. “Oh, my land,” Felix cried, “what kind of game is this!?”
“Smells like what home used to be,” replied Ralph.
“Welcome to Tatooine,” Machelix announced, “where even the basic laws of hygiene and sanitation are hardly enforced.”
“Then it’s about time to bring some law to this lawless town,” Calhoun said, leaping from her seat with her rifle in the crook of her arm.
Machelix arose from his seat as well, laying a hand on Calhoun’s weapon
Lines in the Icing pt. 1Chapter 1: The Meeting's Newcomer
November 16, 2012. I’ve been working this gig for far too long. And it ain’t even that exciting: listen for the bullets, walk out of the elevator at the airport, get on my cell phone, and hope that it isn’t mistaken for a pistol. All I have to defend myself with is that phone and my briefcase. Surrounding me on a daily basis are advanced modern guns held by little more than street thugs. They might not be the smartest monkeys in the trees, but I’m not an army man, not even an officer in the police force. I’m an investigator. Oh, and did I mention that I’m in a video game? I must have neglected that piece of info. Name’s Nick O’Nemus.
I work in an arcade where the old, the new, and everything in between can be seen from the front door. Everything from the dance-club scene, to the race track, to the classic platformers’ and
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