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“And what did you say your purpose was?” the women asks, flashing you a clearly false smile.
“I'm here to give this delivery. You should have it on record,” you reply, returning her fickle expression, as you try to keep the calm, relaxed appearance which you currently do not feel on the inside. The women scans down her screen with pursed lips and a slight frown. “Is it not there?” you ask, managing to hide the nervousness creeping into your voice.
“No, it is here. But … apparently that package has already been delivered earlier today,” she explains, her brows creasing further. Your own countenance matches hers.
“Are you sure? But I have the package right here,” you start to hear the worry seep into your voice. Keep calm, ______, keep calm, you collect your thoughts, it must be a mistake; Loz took the package from real delivery man, so there can't have been anyone el
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Okay, ______, calm down, calm down. There must be lots of different Knights of the Round materia … lots … But it doesn't make sense! Didn't Kadaj say that he didn't want Shinra to get hold of it? So how…? Your mind is spinning in confusion and you don't notice Cloud calling your name. How could Shinra have it? I don't understand …
“______. ______,” Cloud calls you, his hand on your shoulder, gently shaking you. You blink and look at him as you come back into reality, a lost, vacant expression in your eyes.
“Tell me there is more than one,” you whisper.
“Please tell me!” you cry out. Clouds sighs and walks past you up the stairs. Like a desperate child, you follow as he leads you back to your room. You sit on your bed, inhaling deep breath and you try to regain control and clear your thoughts.
“Now,” the soldier leans again
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Subtly, you slip the box into a small bag strapped to Kirke's saddle as Yazoo and Kadaj dismount their bikes. Although you are trying to remain cool and collected, you cannot wipe of the smug smile of glee that is quite contently perched on your lips.
I can't believe it. I can't believe it, your thought tumbles over and over like a repeating record player. I have the Lunar Harp. The Lunar Harp. And the access to the Sleeping Forest. And the chance to visit the remnants. And–
“What's wrong with it?”
“Hmm?” you snap out of your thoughts. Yazoo's olive eyes shift from you to Loz and back to you again.
“What's with that stupid grin on your face?” he asks, his tone flat with boredom. With great effort and willpower, you manage to morph your large bright smile down into a gentle gradient.
“Nothing,” you reply innocently, your thoughts bubbling and boiling with excitement i
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Loz stares off as the shrinking size of his brother diminishes into the distance, while you simply stand behind him, finding it somewhat difficult to make conversation.
“So ...” you begin awkwardly trying to get his attention.
“I want to help find Mother,” Loz mumbles to himself, still staring off into the landscape, oblivious to your efforts. At the mention of a relevant topic, you quickly snatch up the opportunity.
“Loz,” you start again, louder and this time waiting for him to acknowledge you. The broad man turns back to you.
“Everything you're doing at the moment is to help find your Mother, isn't it?” you ask while mentally finding the best way to approach your questions.
“Y … yes,” he responds quietly, turning his head away, so you can't see his face. You frown slightly at his wavering response; does that mean he's not telling the truth? Is he hiding