Returning from his own turn, Thoth walked straight towards you and took your hand in his. Staring down at you in a cold, serious way, he pulled you to your feet and gave you a slight push to send you on your way. “You're going to be the next player. Hurry and pick something so the next turn can start. I don't feel like waiting around right now.”
Too nervous to say anything at all, you gave him a quick nod before rushing to the table. Since all the boxes looked the same, and there was no way for you to tell what might be in any of them, you grabbed the one closest to you and shakily tore into it.
Today was the day. Well, actually, it had been over a week since Loki offered to help you. But, due to a series of mishaps and unforeseen obstacles, you'd had to postpone receiving his help until this afternoon. So many odd things had happened over the last couple of days, it was if the fates didn't want you getting help. Adding to this strange feeling was the fact that when the two of you went to the library to study, Thoth had been there. Not wanting him to know that you were getting help, you and Loki decided to change the study location to your room. You learned quickly that this was a big mistake. This was because once the tw
Kamigami no Asobi Seven Minutes in Heaven Dionysus
Finally returning from the kitchen with the last two players following behind him, Thoth glanced over at you and immediately began to frown. “Didn't I tell you a moment ago that when I returned it would be your turn? Why haven't you picked out a lunch box yet?” Not waiting for your response, Thoth released an agitated snort. “Hurry up, you're delaying the lesson due to your inability to follow simple directions adequately.”
“I was only waiting in case you changed your mind. I'll move fast to make up for it.” True to your word, you rushed up to the table and snatched up the close
Wearing his ever stern expression, Thoth returned from the kitchen. Without saying so much as a single word, he pulled you from your spot and led you to the center of the room, where the remaining lunchboxes were waiting. “Hurry up and pick one. Certain participants are having difficulties exiting the kitchen when prompted. We need to make up for time lost.”
“No problem at all Master Thoth. I'll be super fast.” True to your promise, you quickly skimmed over the remaining lunchboxes, then grabbed the one closest to you. When you opened the box to retrieve your item, there was absolutely nothing inside. “