Final Fantasy XIII-3 - The City Of Light - Part IIAlthough every day, at the same hour, he made the same route to the same end, the young Hope Estheim never imagined that his prayers would've been heard after all those years of absolute silence.Final Fantasy XIII-3 - The City Of Light - Part II2 years ago in Short Stories
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Every time dusk arrived and the citizens went back to their homes, safe from the vicious monsters that appeared when night fell over the world, Hope was the only one who dared to leave his home and walk the dark streets towards Etro's shrine's square holding a beautiful rose in his hands.
In his opinion, no monster would prevent him from going up the staircase to watch that beautiful though sad image he longed so much.
I won't let anyone to seize from me the few things from her I still have, let alone preventing me from saying her I'll never forget her.
Despite being a sacred place, the people of the city didn't feel any respect for Etro's shrine; the square used to be deserted, specially at that late hour, so Hope didn't often find any obstacle to visit the crystal throne's chamber wit
Final Fantasy XIII-3 - The City Of Light - Part IBefore waking up from her long, long crystal slumber in the shrine of the deceased goddess Etro, Lightning Farron believed the world waiting her when her crystal stasis end would be a dying world, with no one who could relieve the painful loneliness she was going to feel.Final Fantasy XIII-3 - The City Of Light - Part I2 years ago in Short Stories
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Although she'd have preferred her tongue being cut rather than admit it, Lightning feared loneliness. Her harshness towards the others was merely a way of trying to reach out to them. But at the same time, she also feared to be hurt by them, so she ended staying alone.
However, the young warrior felt she'd rather have chosen the solitude of a devastated world when she stepped out of the Etro's crystal throne room and she saw the huge city beneath the shrine.
Where am I?
It was a strange city, crawling with black and white tiles, full of artwork pieces everywhere, paved, jet-colored roads and snowy sidewalks. The buildings were a mixture of archaic and futuristic architecture, showing elegant balconies and elabo