Final Fantasy XIII-Short Chapter is ShortFang seemed distant as she explained her backstory to us. Of how she was with her friend, and how they were separated, and how they were still separated. She was sitting on a bench while we rested, talking to us and not caring if we were listening. I was listening. Lightning looked at her when she said that it was her fault that Serah and, through her, we were l'cie, she strode to her, and raised her arm to strike her. I gripped her wrist, glaring at her icily. "Now is not the time for this, Farron, she said she was sorry, so get the hell over it!"
The lieutenant visibly flinched, not expecting such a sharp reprimand, and jumped away. I turned to look at Fang, who was blinking at me. "What was that for?" I smirked, then replied, "We're all l'cie, aren't we. There isn't room for grudges in this life. We need to stick together and get along."
Fang blinked, then broke out into a smile. "Well, thanks, Sweetheart!"
I sniffed disapprovingly at the nickname, but left it for now. F
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My words went unheeded. I was following the lieutenant through the fal'cie that had been captured, and I was trying to calm her. Nothing helped. She was hell-bent on finding her sister. I growled as she cut down c'ieth after c'ieth, and I quickened my pace to catch up. "Slow down, Farron, don't overextend yourself." I muttered, and when she ignored me, I sped up, moving ahead. I grasped the hilts of my own blades, yanking them out of their twin holsters as more c'ieth stumbled into view. I gunned down the first, and decapitated the second, killing the third with a horizontal slash across its chest. The lieutenant didn't thank me for the help, even though I took out all and any others we ran into. I didn't expect her to. By the time we reached the top of the fal'cie, she was panting, as was I, only less so. She found her sister lying on the floor, and she tried to carry her out. I watched with concern, then turned as the sound of footsteps approached from behind me. I whipped
Final Fantasy XIII - A Father's Wisdom' therefore, assuming the space-time connection of a certain area is not under paradox influence, a timeless space would not require the logarithm to determine the ages overlapping in that paradox.'Final Fantasy XIII - A Father's Wisdom3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The fingers of the hand holding the pencil spun it idly.
'The lack of a timelinear logarithm means the timeless space would require an equation in order to manipulate the timeflow by energy manipulation and twisting the time strings in a loop constantly repeated over time.'
The pencil began to write the numbers of that equation on the paper, but it soon stopped. He reviewed what he had already written and tried to resume the equation he had started, but something didn't add up. If he continued to develop the equation that way, he was sure it wouldn't come to fruition.
'The timelinear logarithm allows us to find which eras overlap in a paradox', he thought with his hands clutching his head and his elbows sinking on the table, trying to focus. 'In the hypothetical case the
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"We need to keep moving."
"It won't do us any good, Light. We need to get our rest and look for them later."
"It won't do us any good sitting around, either."
"Sunshine, we both know that you and I are tired as hell. Now stop being stubborn."
Lightning frowned, loathing to admit that the Pulsian was right. The fight with the stray juggernaut had worn them out, and her muscles were begging for mercy. Any leader would have agreed with the Pulsian's more rational plan. A good leader would have.
But she wasn't one. "You rest up then. I'll find you after I find the others."
Fang sighed. "You know that's a stupid idea. Stop pushing yourself so hard; we'll find 'em."
Lightning continued to stand there, with her back to the warrior. She groaned. "Do I have to hold you down against your will?"
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Where have all the good clones gone
And where are all the gods?
Where's the street-wise sephiroth
To fight the rising odds?
Isn't there a Turk upon a fiery steed?
Late at night I toss and turn and dream
of what I need
I need a soldier
I'm holding out for a soldier 'til the end of the night
He's gotta be strong
And summoning fast
And materia fresh for the fight
I need a soldier
I'm holding out for a soldier 'til the morning light
He's gotta be blond
And green eyes for sure
And a big sword ready to fight
Somewhere after disc 2
In my final fantasy
Somewhere just beyond my reach
There's someone reaching back for me
Racing on the Chocobo.. busting right down the street
It's gonna take a Bahamut to sweep me off my feet
Up where Meteor meet the heavens above
Out where the lifestream splits the sea
I would swear that Zack or Angeal are somewhere
Through the wind and the chill and the rain
And the storm and the flood
I can feel Cloud's approach
Like the call in my