“Sure, I don't mind at all.” Nervous, but equally excited about the game, you walked up to the large table and looked down at the row of lunch boxes. Each one contained an item from one of the other players. Each box looked identical to the next, making it impossible for you to cheat. After choosing a box, you opened it up and pulled a very tiny seashell from within. “Takeru, is this yours?”
Takeru pulled his attention away from his brothers notes and focused his eyes on the pure,
“O-oh, I think that's me. I'm coming.” Terribly nervous, to the point of shaking, you awkwardly stood from your seat and walked over to the row of lunch boxes. Wanting only to be out of the groups line of sight as quickly as possible, you chose your box at random. Inside this box, was a small, individually wrapped piece of candy. You had an idea as to who this candy belonged to, but to avoid embarrassing yourself, you simply announced to the other players what your item was. “My item is candy.”
“Then it looks like you and I are going to be partners for
Dropping his elbow down to the table with a loud thud, Loki lazily propped his head up with his hand and mumbled to his brother. “Hopefully it's not for another one of his lectures. I've had enough of those lately to last me all of eternity.” Though he said nothing in return, Thor nodded in complete agreement.
Ignoring Loki's sarcasm, Thoth continued. “I came upon a rather interesting game during my reading. The concept is odd, but I believe it will aid all of you in your understanding of humans. For this re