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Old 2008-05-12, 09:19   Link #4243
Keroko
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Join Date: Jan 2007
Age: 30
Returning home is not the right way to describe it, but as you stand on the bridge of the Star Destroyer, a wave of nostalgia does hit you. The same view of a planet viewed from outer space, the same bridge with its lowered areas, where people are still buzzing around wildly handling the large ship. As you look up from the crew area, you are greeted by a familiar face.


"Yo!" Keroko greets you. "Welcome back, it has been a while hasn't it? How about we do a little re-capturing of the events before we continue on?

When we left of, Nanoha had just transferred to a new school, and had made a few friends around class. However, the next day she was struck with realization that her family had now moved away to a different country while she had remained, and was struck with homesickness. Fate was willing to help, but Nanoha being Nanoha, she wormed her way around, not wanting to worry her friend too much. Later on she remembered she had recieved an invite from Hayate to come over and eat when she wanted to, the choices represented were as followed:

A.) I’ll go buy ingredients and cook myself a nice meal.
B.) … Hayate practically invited me over tonight; I can’t really decline, can I?
C.) A meal at Hayate’s place sounds nice.
D.) I’m going to take a nice stroll through town, and order some takeout at the end of the day.

The winning option was B. Now, I will be cheating a bit and warn you that you have fallen into the author's trap." Keroko turns to glare at one of the officers standing on the higher grounds, but the officer quickly leaves the bridge to avoid her wrath.

"He does that sometimes, creating situations which can be viewed as both good and bad. Like I warned you last time: The choices you make determine Nanoha's emotions and motivations. However, Nanoha's emotions aren't like a TV you can switch through, once she is feeling happy its harder to let her feel down and vice versa. Right now though, you have send her to Hayate out of a sense of duty, hardly a mood for a comfortable dinner. You will have to work hard and see through the author's traps. Don't be afraid to leap into the unknown or take risky actions, you never know where you may end up."

Keroko clasps her hands and cracks her knuckles as she begins to walk into the direction where the officer disapeared to. "That will be all for now. Excuse me while I go hunt down Keroko-kun and pin him down to finish the next installment of Raising Heart.
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