“No, I just finished.” Tohru answered turning off the stove. She picked up the first plate and started to plate the food she had made for dinner. You had done a bit to help her, but mostly it was Tohru.
“At least let me help you carry the food to the table.” You offered.
Tohru smiled. “Alright.” She finished plating the food. Then the two of you carried the food into the living room where Yuki, Kyo and Shigure were waiting. You had been staying at Shigure’s place for four months. You were a relative of Hatori and had moved in with him after your parents passed away in a car crash. Hatori was the closest relative you had and he had agreed to let you stay with him.
You had learned about the family curse when you hugged Hatori, as a thank you for letting you stay with him, and he turned into a seahorse. You had freaked out not knowing wh
Looking through her inventory, Shantae dearly hoped that she had something that could help her in this tenuous situation. Having gone through a long ordeal, vanquished multiple enemies and being a little exhausted from such a long trip, the last thing she expected to see get in her way was a gigantic wall, one that she had no way around or below. Normally, such a challenge would be easily overcome by using her talent of transformation, dancing into her monkey form to overcome this, yet the multiple spikes and vicious enemies clinging on the surface seemed to imply that this solution was unfortunately unavailable for her at this moment. Her equipment, as small as it was, didn't include any rope, or any items that could allow her to jump higher, or to protect herself against such elements, what she did find, however, was a completely useless sword that, last she recall, Bolo had crafted for her.
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