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737105 No. 737105 ID: 32d627

Your name is SUPLEX, and you aren't really sure what you are.
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No. 920955 ID: f1ae8a

>>920925
>>920915
>>920951

Seconding. Ask Mason if they're up for that
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No. 921006 ID: f73624

Sound like a goal?
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No. 922398 ID: 53b212
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922398

SUPLEX: I mean, that sounds great and all, but if you haven’t noticed-
You gesture to yourself.
SUPLEX: I’m gonna stick out like a sore thumb.
SUPLEX: And my siblings would stand out even more than me.

Chance shakes his head, stopping you before you can ramble on.

CHANCE: Mockery has a large population of mutated residents, I’ve seen plenty of people more visibly mutated than you.
DWAYNE: Yeah, and that’s why they call that city cursed. Stay too long and you become a monster, right?
CHANCE: Well...that's the rumor, yeah, but it’s just an urban legend. Mockery's a good place for monsters to travel to, so that's why there's a lot of monsters there. It's somewhere safe for them to live and be accepted… and that’s exactly what we need.
CHANCE: They’ll have resources, accomodations, things we could never have here... Or, honestly, anywhere else.
CHANCE: The larger and more outwardly-mutated people that come with us may have a harder time, but if they're going to have a shot at a normal life anywhere, it'd be Mockery.
SUPLEX: So...we can just live there?
CHANCE: Well... it’s all up in the air until we actually get there, but, I really think it's our best bet.
SUPLEX: Simple enough, I guess.
SUPLEX: How’s that sound, kid?

Mason thinks it over, pulling his knees close to his chest and resting his head on them.
MASON: It's really better than here?
CHANCE: Much.
MASON: ...I guess.
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No. 922400 ID: 53b212
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922400

Mason struggles to his feet, stumbling a little. Melanie runs over, supporting Maes on her own shoulder as best she could.

MELANIE: Mason!! You’re okay!
MASON: Melly...yeah, I’m okay.

Melanie pulls Mason over, then brings her siblings in for a hug, Mason having to lean down to be on the same eye level. The contrast is almost jarring.

NELSON: Everyone ready to go?
NELSON: We should probably get rolling again...I don’t want to push our luck.
NELSON: If you’ve got any last minute things to do, now's the time.
NELSON: It's a straight shot to Fuller from here.
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No. 922405 ID: b1b4f3

>>922400
We got the supplies from this room, the former guards are no risk as far as we can tell... let's go.
...it occurs to me that we just spoke at length about our escape plans in hearing range of the two guards. Do we need to silence them?
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No. 922415 ID: 3ed3c3

What are the odds She knows we're going to Fuller? This could very well be an ambush waiting to happen.
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No. 922420 ID: 7e9c89

i think we can just go, as fast as we can. we've known we were in danger and that she might guess stuff
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No. 922423 ID: 158da5

Take the guards' weapons if we haven't already. And tell them to keep an eye out for other escapees, make sure they're on track to follow. And if anyone chases after us, try doing the right thing for once.

That's all I've got.
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No. 922439 ID: 91ee5f

We should get moving. Because Vivi has warned us that this guy: >>893853 , who single handedly took out multiple escapees without breaking a sweat is coming after us and I don’t think any of us want to run into that guy!
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No. 922442 ID: 2202fb

>>922405
We either need to kill them or take them with us, regardless of what they want. It is too dangerous to leave them when they know our plan.
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No. 922456 ID: 91ee5f

>>922405
>>922442
>kill the guards
They’ve already told us that they’re not going to stop us.

The guard with a big chunk missing from his leg knows that he’s going to die from blood loss and the other guard knows that he can’t do anything to stop us. The guard missing a chunk of his leg even expressed that he’s happy someone finally started a mutiny.

Let’s just keep moving and leave these guys here.
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No. 922484 ID: 83bf07

>>922405
Recruit guard. Check supplies. Move ahead.
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No. 922709 ID: ecd116

bringing the two guards or at least one of them could be useful and you could use them to scout ahead at points a bit ahead of your group, even use them as decoy for a distraction so you can do a stealth attack or it all fails meatshields/bait. of course i recommend the first two as much as possible and leave the last choice to use only when your back to the wall in the face of certain doom and you have noting else to fall back on and hope it does not come to that. it least in that case give them weapons of some sort so they or at least one of them can buy you time to escape or fight back. wait have you ask their names yet? if you have time go do that if you want.
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No. 922790 ID: a9af05

There's no need to kill these guys, since they ain't gonna try to stop us.

Let's just leave them here and keep moving!
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No. 922835 ID: 2202fb

>>922456
>>922790
This isnt about them stopping us, it is about what they know. Hell, even if they dont break under extreme torture, they could probably have their brains scrubbed for info. Info like our plan and where we are going.

This is why we either need to take them with us, or kill them (specifically, smashing their brains).
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No. 922871 ID: 158da5

>>922835
I'm sure it's tempting, and it's certainly easy. But it's not good. And sometimes being good means leaving problems for later.
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No. 922872 ID: 91ee5f

>>922835
We can’t bring them with us, they’re dead weight and will slow us down. And considering our group is already at 7 people, I’d like to call that max capacity of necessary people.

We can’t kill them because there are children watching. And we can’t send everyone away and let Suplex kill them, since that would be splitting up the group, which is a very dangerous thing to do when we’re so close to our goal.

The only option left that doesn’t have us waste anymore time is to just leave them and get going.
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No. 922873 ID: 10c408

>>922871
>>922872
>>922835

Gentlemen, there is a solution to this problem. Give guard 2 something sharp. Take guard 1 with us and remind him, quietly, that he can either put his lot in with our escape attempt OR get choked out and left behind to the tender mercy of whoever finds him first.
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No. 922875 ID: 158da5

>>922873
That has the problems of all three plans. I think I'm pretty set with leaving them.
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No. 923031 ID: 2202fb

>>922871
>>922872
>>922873

Being good or bad has nothing to do with this. This is about survival and leaving these guys behind is a very very dangerous thing to do. I am all for finding another option, but we can't let the enemy have access to their gray matter, be it living or dead.
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No. 923441 ID: 6f6f25

pause
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No. 923448 ID: 91ee5f

>>923031
>This is about survival
Exactly.

According to what Vivi told us, we’re currently running from something that effortlessly took out a couple of the other escapees before turning to follow after us. We can’t afford to waste any time or it’ll catch up to us!

Which means we can’t waste time killing these guards, so we’re better off just leaving them.
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No. 923449 ID: a9af05

>>923448
I agree.

Our time is precious and even the few seconds it would take to kill these guards could mean the difference between getting caught by the thing chasing us or getting away from it.

We should just leave these guards here and not waste anymore time on them.
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No. 923501 ID: 21bd50

>>923448
>>923449
That is ridiculous. It seems like sparing them is the route most people want to take, but just say it like it is. Seconds dont matter that much. If they did then we are already fucked.

Here's a question for you. In general, is it better to be pragmatic or is it better to help others, possibly to your own extreme detriment?
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No. 923502 ID: b1b4f3

...actually, it doesn't really matter if they find out where we're going, does it? Once we're there, they can't touch us.
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No. 923516 ID: 158da5

>>923501
This isn't even pragmatism versus doing good. It's pointless cruelty versus potential minor complications. The stakes were never high enough that a discussion of killing the guards was ever needed in the first place.
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No. 923524 ID: 53b212
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923524

SUPLEX: Nelson, go check for supplies.

The softbody nods, speedwalking off to look around.

SUPLEX: Only other thing I can think of is, well….

You gesture towards the other guards with a quick head motion.

DWAYNE: You gonna take ‘em out?
SUPLEX: ...no. I thought about it, and it’s just…
SUPLEX: I don’t want to kill anymore. Not more than I have to.
SUPLEX: We don’t need to take them out, and we’ve already got too many people to take them with us.

Dwayne watches your face for a moment before nodding approvingly.

DWAYNE: Yeah.
DWAYNE: Yeah, good choice.

He looks over as Chance scoops Melanie up again with one arm, taking Maes’ hand in his other.

DWAYNE: Things never stick to plan, do they?
SUPLEX: ...maybe that’s for the better.
DWAYNE: Only if our luck holds up.
DWAYNE: Til then…

He smiles, reaching out to catch a bag Nelson tosses over.

DWAYNE: Guess we just keep moving forward.
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No. 923525 ID: 53b212
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923525

Coast looks clear enough- you nearly jump out of your skin when you feel a tiny hand touch yours, even more surprised to see that it’s Mason. For all of his rage and hatred earlier, you can tell that he’s just as worried about this as his sister.

DWAYNE: Cmon. We should get going.

Mason swallows, holding on tight to your paw as you move forward. You kind of wish you had thumbs, if only to give his hand a squeeze. That’s what people do, right? You saw Chance do it at one point for Mel, and...maybe that’s what people do, with scared kids.
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No. 923526 ID: 53b212
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923526

What they’re supposed to do.
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No. 923527 ID: 7e9c89

focus on the feel of his paw in yours, contact vivi if you can think through the flashback - you'll be okay, suplex.
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No. 923532 ID: 158da5

You want to be there for Mason, but maybe it's going to have to be the other way around for a bit. As long as you didn't collapse, hopefully they'll lead you along until you can get past this. They're all waiting for you, and they all understand. You have so much ahead of you.

But for now, you must confront what's behind you.
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No. 923535 ID: 83bf07

>>923526
Stop. Breathe. Sandwich his hand with both of yours. This will have to do. Stay in the present. What's right in front of you? Focus on that and keep moving.
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No. 923565 ID: f1ae8a

>>923527
>>923532

>You can do this and get through this
>You didn't have someone there for you like a child should have, but you're here now, you're still here now, and Mason needs you as much as you need him
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No. 923830 ID: 91ee5f

>>923535
>>923565
Both of these.
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No. 923831 ID: a9af05

>>923525
>>923526
No one was there for you when you were a child, but you won't let that happen to these kids. It'll be different this time. You'll be there for them.
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No. 925583 ID: 53b212
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925583

You sandwich Mason’s paw between both of yours. You can’t see much, and everything’s all shaky and hard to understand through the red haze, but you can feel him squeeze back without hesitation. You try to focus on the feeling of his pulse, grounding yourself. The irony of this isn’t lost on you- here you are, trying to be cool and strong for this kid, and he’s out here keeping your brain in check.

You’d laugh at how bullshit it was, but you’re too busy appreciating it to be sarcastic. It’s helping you stay in the present-

MOTHER: You disappointed me again, MC-122. Again, and again, and again.

Not all the way.

MOTHER: I hope you’ve learned your lesson.

But it’s enough.
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No. 925584 ID: 53b212
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925584

You’re here. Mason needs you. Everyone needs you.

MOTHER: You are nothing but a waste, undeserving of my attention in the slightest. You’ve been nothing of a burden on me, on this project, on yourself! You could have been so much more, and you’ve squandered it with your failings.

But you need them too. They’re waiting for you, and they get that shit is rough for you. You brought them all together, and yeah, maybe you’re their leader- but you’re a team now.

MOTHER: You have nothing ahead of you aside from abject failure. Nothing will ever come of you, and I’m tired of hoping otherwise.

You have so much ahead of you and you CAN do this, you CAN get through this. Nobody was there for you when you needed it, but who gives a shit? You have this now, and you won’t let that shit happen to them again.

MOTHER: Let’s see how well you live on your own, just like the rest of them. Let’s see how you do as just another pitiful monster, unfit to even LOOK in my direction, to breathe the very AIR that is provided to you.

You’ll be here. For all of them. No matter what happens, and you’re sick of this shit keeping you from feeling that, from knowing that.

MOTHER: Trying to get ANY potential out of you was a waste of resources. The most you'll ever be worth is the meat on your bones.
[i]MOTHER: You should have died in your tube.


Time to find some fucking solutions.
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No. 925585 ID: 53b212
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925585

You reach out to see if you can get ahold of Vivi, and while the connection is shaky, it’s there.

VIVI: Suplex! It’s good to hear y-
VIVI: ...oh dear, you’ve got a bad aura around you.
VIVI: What happened? Are you alright?
SUPLEX: Just...not great, right now.
SUPLEX: I keep having these flashes of memory, ever since we ran from helping you guys.
SUPLEX: I want it to stop. You said you could like, mess with people’s heads and shit.
VIVI: You want me to do something about this?
SUPLEX: Please.
VIVI: From this distance, I can’t stop the flashbacks, but I can redirect.
VIVI: I have no control over what comes up when I’m so far away, but...would you like a kinder memory?

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No. 925586 ID: e75fd1

yes please, vivi
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No. 925587 ID: c8452a

You want the memories to stop taking over. But if it's all you can get right now, a kinder memory would be good enough. Thanks, Vivi.
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No. 925593 ID: 1d8da8

Something peaceful would be best, yeah.
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No. 925595 ID: b1b4f3

>>925585
If this is going to keep happening you need Vivi to be closer so she can snap you out of it the instant it happens. After you talk to the Doc and plan out an escape route I think it'll be time to regroup.
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No. 925599 ID: 83bf07

>>925585
Your times with Nelson could do. Recent enough to not be wistful, not too distracting (hopefully) and easy to snap out of (maybe).
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No. 925612 ID: 2202fb

Since we do have employees breaking out with us, they should have some experience with high-risk and usually-considered-dubious surgery. It shouldnt be too hard for them to surgically alter tcps that escape to restore functionality. They could fix your nose and stabilize your biology so you dont die really young, for instance. It should be possible, they just dont do it here cuz you are expendable here.
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No. 925616 ID: cfad5b

Anything easier to bear right now. Anything.
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No. 925952 ID: 29a990

Seems like all the time spent waiting in the cell would be a good broad nutral target, it doesn't seem like pleasent is really something that happened in her past.
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No. 926017 ID: 91ee5f

Could we ask for something that won’t block our vision and hearing? That way we can actually see and hear what’s going on around us in the present. Because it would really suck if we walked into danger because we couldn’t see it or couldn’t hear our allies warning us.
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No. 926364 ID: 53b212
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926364

SUPLEX: Yes, please, anything-

The new memory comes without warning or notice, dropping you into it.
You’re bleeding, and it hurts. It hurts so much, and it’s suffocating, and-

You feel a hand on your shoulder, vision swimming as a voice, so familiar and so foreign, cuts through the haze.

????: Hey..hey, it’s okay…
????: You’re real roughed up, huh?
????: You can cry if you need to.
????: Won’t judge, I cross my heart!
????: Everybody has to cry sometime.

The tears come, and you hate it. You hate yourself for bawling like the child you know you used to be in this moment, and you hate that someone is seeing it.

????: That’s it, that’s okay.
????: You can let it out.
MC-122: C-can’t, you can’t-
????: I won’t tell. I promise.
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No. 926365 ID: 53b212
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926365

The person talking to you flickers into view- you recognize the face, but something’s not quite right to what you remember, not the same.

????: My name’s Harvey!
HARVEY: What’s yours?

You swallow, throat feeling clogged and tight.

MC-122: I don’t have a n-name…
HARVEY: Do you want one?

You stare blankly back at her, not really understanding.

HARVEY: If you want a name, you should give yourself one.
HARVEY: You can even keep it secret, if you want!
HARVEY: Mine’s like that. Just for me- but I trust you with it too.

She makes a shushing motion with her hand, and you smile a little.

HARVEY: How ‘bout it?
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No. 926369 ID: 7e9c89

"i don't know what to pick.."
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No. 926373 ID: f46e5e

He looks kinda like a Viking.
He looks tied up, my guess is this is how he looked last we saw him, the same way it seems memory you has current you's coat.
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No. 926379 ID: b1b4f3

SUPLEX, because wrestling is cool and you want to be cool too.
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No. 926394 ID: c8452a

Choosing a name is powerful, but there's something special about being named by someone else. Especially someone who cares. Maybe Harvey has a suggestion? Maybe you're waiting for someone else.
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No. 926429 ID: e7848c

What makes a good name? It needs to be special, right?
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No. 926432 ID: c8452a

>>926373
She
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No. 926447 ID: e66de2

>>926365
Can it... can it be anything?
I've always been fond of Flicker, or Afterglow...
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No. 926460 ID: 1d8da8

>>926447
Flicker, then? Just for now.
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No. 926461 ID: 91ee5f

>>926365
Question: Is this supposed to be the moment when Suplex decided to give herself the name Suplex? Or is this the moment when she gave herself a different secret name that we don’t know about because she started calling herself Suplex to keep her other name a secret?

Because if it’s the latter, then that would mean that Suplex isn’t actually her name!
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No. 926474 ID: f2320a

>>926394
Agreed let them name us
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No. 926494 ID: c8452a

>>926461
The name suplex was given by interns, she doesn't name herself that.
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No. 926501 ID: b1b4f3

>>926494
Oh right, in that case...
Grace.
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No. 926502 ID: 3432dd

Our other siblings have names that start with M.

How bout Maggie?
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No. 926517 ID: af928d

Harvey can give a name, if their name is a secret they shared how about it be our secret

Or maybe Marcel
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No. 926558 ID: cbdfa8

>>926365

i was thinking Kara.
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No. 926672 ID: cac518

its obvious.

Maybe.
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No. 926678 ID: 11fcab

>>926672
"Call me Maybe. Maybe Quest."
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No. 926680 ID: 688dd6

Maeby Quest
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No. 928491 ID: 53b212
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928491

MC-122: I...I don’t know what to pick.
MC-122: I don’t know what’d be okay, or if I’m picking right…
MC-122: What if I don’t like it? What if I screw up?
HARVEY: There’s no such thing as screwing up with names!
HARVEY: Pick something you like, and if it doesn’t stick..
HARVEY: You can always change it! This kinda stuff isn’t set in stone.
MC-122: Can you pick for me?
HARVEY: Well, I could!
HARVEY: But we just met and all, it wouldn’t be right to.
MC-122: Would...would May be okay, as a name?

She nods enthusiastically, grinning from metaphorical ear to metaphorical ear.

HARVEY: May it is!
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No. 928492 ID: 53b212
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928492

MAY: ...okay.
HARVEY: How’s it feel, May?

You smile, just a little.

MAY: It’s nice. I think I like it.
HARVEY: Remember- you don’t have to tell anyone you don’t want to.
HARVEY: Sometimes it’s safer like that, but it’s always up to you, no matter what.
MAY: What if people find out?

She glances away.

HARVEY: There’s always the risk of that, with secrets.
HARVEY: But if it’s something you believe in, you’ll find a way to keep it safe.
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No. 928493 ID: 53b212
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928493

She looks back, her face troubled.

HARVEY: You’ll keep my secret, won’t you?
HARVEY: I’m not supposed to be here, or talking to anybody…
HARVEY: And...you can’t exactly count on me being here again.
HARVEY: It’s honestly a bit cruel of me, haha…
HARVEY: Chelsea means well, but she still…

She trails off, shaking her head.

HARVEY: It doesn’t matter much, I guess!
HARVEY: I’m glad I got to meet you!
HARVEY: I don't regret it.
HARVEY: Not one bit.
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No. 928494 ID: 7e9c89

"i'm glad i got to meet you too."
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No. 928495 ID: ab0e27

we've seen that face before. we'll probably see them again.
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No. 928500 ID: b1b4f3

>>928493
Y...you too
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No. 928507 ID: e7848c

>>928492
Are hugs okay?
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No. 928512 ID: c8452a

"I'll keep your secret, promise. Even if we don't meet again, this was nice! It's kinda weird how not cruel you are, actually..."
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No. 928532 ID: 8eaf98

I can't resist. "I'll remember you" cause we are, right now
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No. 928542 ID: e8db6b

>>928532
This is a must
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No. 928562 ID: 2fb5cd

>>928532
nice one
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No. 928573 ID: 2202fb

We need to continue to keep this a secret till we escape completely or we are going to be jinxing ourselves to shit. unless we already fucked up somewhere along the line and will have a memory of getting horribly tortured and end up spilling everything and betraying them, followed by suffering the consequences of keeping it a secret anyway just to spite us and show us how insignificant and powerless we are.
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No. 928622 ID: 8eaf98

>>928573
See? This is why there is little point in worrying about such things. Hell, this could even not be our memory somehow.
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No. 930139 ID: 53b212
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930139

You’ve seen this face before, and you get the feeling you’ll see it again... even if it won't be quite the same.

MAY: I’m glad I got to meet you, too.
MAY: And...I’ll remember you, and...your secret's safe with me.
MAY: I promise.
HARVEY: Thank you, May.

A raspy, cackling voice calls out from down the hall, Harvey flinching at the sound.

????: CHELSEA!
HARVEY: I have to go.
????: CHELSEA I SWEAR TO GODDDD
????: GET THE HELL OUT HERE BEFORE I MAKE YOU GET OUT HERE
????: Y'KNOW WHAT? SURE, DO THAT! IT’LL BE FUN
????: MAKE MY DAY!

Harvey shudders, straightening out her back and giving you a nervous smile.

HARVEY: You’ll do good out there, okay?
HARVEY: I know you will.

You nod, watching as she runs off, the world peeling back to reality with every step.

Something’s tugging on your sleeve.
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No. 930140 ID: 53b212
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930140

You shake your head, snapping out of it as best as you can. You feel a lot more well-rested now, and make a mental note to thank Vivi later- but for now, looks like there’s more to deal with.

Nelson’s pulling at your coat, a panicked look on his face that only lets up when he sees you refocus. There’s another cat here in a doctor getup, brandishing a pair of scissors and snarling.

????: I won’t do it.
CHANCE: Please, we have to get out of here-
????: You’re...this is ludicrous, you’re going to get us all killed.
CHANCE: Doc, there’s kids!
FULLER: No. Absolutely not.
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No. 930141 ID: 53b212
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930141

DWAYNE: So what do we do now? We’ve come all this way, only for you to tell us to fuck off.
FULLER: Y-you’ve made your bed.
FULLER: Don’t drag me into it!
FULLER: I can tell you’re all bad news, and I’ll have no part of this!
FULLER: I rather like being alive, thank you!
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No. 930144 ID: b1b4f3

>>930141
What's the point of being alive if you still feel dead inside?
Tell her about the test subject you helped. You had to do something that you were forced to do so many times, but this time it actually helped someone. It felt right for once. How many times has she told one of these children that everything's going to be okay, when it absolutely wasn't? Wouldn't it feel right to say it and mean it?

You're not asking her to come with you. You just need to know how to get out of here.
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No. 930146 ID: c8452a

Bullshit. Anyone that lives like that isn't happy about it. They don't like it. You would know. You could spout off about friendship and family and making the hard choice but none of that's going to work until the threat is resolved and Fuller is calmed down.

Ask Dwayne about what you need from them and figure out the best way to get it. I think maybe we need to disarm and restrain Fuller before we try to convince them.
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No. 930150 ID: 10c408

"Doctor, we've dragged our bed to your proverbial doorstep. We can leave but are you absolutely sure that you'll be spared by those who're chasing us if you DON'T get involved?"
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No. 930154 ID: 2a13fa

Doc, we're not about to give up and go home at any point, and you're the piece of the puzzle we're still fixing to fit in. Do you really think we're going to just leave you? Do you think we CAN? Think about this.
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No. 930164 ID: 2202fb

>>930141
You didnt kill us on sight so you are already dead in her eyes. I am truly sorry doc. We have damned you, and that us unforgivable, but we had no choice. I wish there was another way, but your only choice is to help us and have a chance at surviving.
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No. 930174 ID: 3ed3c3

>>930141
Oh, for fuck's sake.
Doc, start being helpful or else Suplex will take those scissors, cram them up your tight ass, and start biting off your fingers until you get with the program.
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No. 930201 ID: a9af05

>>930141
Tell her that if she enjoys being alive so much, then she shouldn't have given herself a reputation of helping others escape. You're only here because she's helped others escape. Meaning it's her own fault that you're here now, asking her for the same help she's given to everyone that's come before you.
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No. 930403 ID: a627e3

>>930141
Let's put as bluntly as possible doc, you can either help us out of here and get a chance for a better life, or you can DIE in here. this place is death trap and you know it. there's already rumors that you know a way out of this place, it's only a matter of time before the Director finds out. so do you want to stay here and die, or try to get out with your life?
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No. 933660 ID: 53b212
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933660

MAY: We’ve dragged our bed right to you, Doc.
MAY: How many times did you tell kids like these that things were gonna be okay?
MAY: How many did you hurt?

They don’t respond, squinting at you.

MAY: Don’t you want to tell ‘em that it’s alright and have it actually mean something?

Nothing. You keep going.
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MAY: Plus, you really think they’ll just leave you alone if we bail?
MAY: You didn’t kill us on sight-
FULLER: Yet! I...I can still do it! Don't test me!

You slap the scissors out of their hands, the doctor scooting against the wall and hissing.

MAY: Yesterday, I probably would have let you try.
MAY: But today, I got a chance of surviving, and I’m done with this.
MAY: What’s the point of living like this, Doc?
MAY: We’re all fucked if we stay in this death trap, and you’re the only person who knows the way out.
MAY: You don’t gotta come with us, but we need you.
MAY: Don’t bullshit us.
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No. 933662 ID: 53b212
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933662

They look like they want to spit in your face.

FULLER: Fine.
FULLER: But you have to listen to me, you understand?
FULLER: If you want to get out of here alive, you can’t boss me around!
FULLER: And I'll need you to answer some questions first. Things you probably don't want to hear.
FULLER: If you can’t deal with that, you’re out of luck!
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No. 933667 ID: 3ed3c3

>>933662
"I got plenty of shit on my plate. You're just another turd on the pile. Ask your questions already."
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No. 933672 ID: e7848c

We're waiting.
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No. 933673 ID: b1b4f3

>>933662
I agree to these terms.
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No. 933681 ID: ea82cb

It's not bossing you around to get you to hold you to your word, but okay. Don't fuck us and we don't try to fuck you, and that'll include being bossy.

And now you have questions? Time is something in short supply, but you know that. With that in mind, we can do some answers for you. Considering your end, that's fair, hopefully.
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No. 933684 ID: a9af05

>>933662
>Questions
"In case you haven't noticed, we don't exactly have a lot of time. So whatever questions you've gotta ask, ask them quickly."
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No. 934402 ID: a627e3

>>933662
ask away, but be quick about it. the more time we spend here the more likely we'll be found.
how bout we walk and talk? if not, fine. just know you're risking your ass as well.
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