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Silence in the Library
<i>Haruka wouldn't even bother with the ladder. Part of him wanted to check the older books but it felt like there was no point, plus he was more intrested in whatever else might be going on down below. He'd jump down along with Nostradamus, the Persona seming to grab him to slow his fall.</i> &quot;That's another infection cured. Thou I don't think I did that much.&quot;
Silence in the Library
<i>Haruka would wonder what to do next. He'd watch as the other attacked the witch but felt a bit odd about doing the same. The witch almost seemed to have ignored him this entire time, as if it didn't see him as threat and he was starting to wonder if it was really as evil as it seemed.</i> &quot;What is this things deal? What is it really after anyway?&quot; <i>Nostradamus would fade from its location and appear at Haruka's side again. For now he'd just watch idly as the situation progressed.</i>
Silence in the Library
<i>Haruka would remain calm despite the situation heating up. He'd simply point towards Nostradamus and give out another command.</i> &quot;Nostradamus. Wings of Empathy!&quot; <i>The Persona would grow a set of spectral white wings from its back, flapping them rapidly as a glowing white mist spread throughout the area. Those touched by it would feel refreshed as all their pain seemed to be numbed. If the mist touched anything burning it would also begin putting the fire out. The wings would seem to specifically be aimed towards the burning familiars in an attempt to save them.</i>
Silence in the Library
<i>Haruka would be distracted by the worms, almost feeling something of empathy for them as he watched them try to gather the books.</i> &quot;Nostradamus...&quot; <i>The Persona would fly forth attempting to gather the books and help bring them back to the worms. Haruka was unsure of how much he'd be able to help or of what it'd actually accomplish but he seemed uncaring of this fact, simply feeling bad for the bookworms.</i>
Silence in the Library
<i>Haruka would remain calm throughout the situation but there was clear resentment in his eyes at the thing before him. He wasn't naive or thoughtless like before, he knew what the thing before him was capable of. He'd pull out a simple handgun from his coat and with his other hand begin reaching out in front of him. The air seemed to begin cracking as he pulled on it. All at once he'd quickly tear it open causing blue cracks to shatter in mid air. From the void created within reality a humanoid figure would take shape. An avian like mask and a doctors coat with black leather covering what the coat couldn't. In one hand the figure held a scepter with angelic wings on the end and in the other an almanac with symbols covering it's cover.</i> (Nostradamus! It's time to cure this infection in the world before it can bring harm to people. These things always seem to have some strange gimmick to them though. Right, now's not the time to be hasty. This operation will require some preparation and testing.) <i>Nostradamus would open the book in it's hand. The text within would seem to glow as cracks seemed to open up behind the Persona. The air would once again break as a yellow colored fog would roll in, attempting to surround the sphere. The yellow mist would blur the vision of whatever it touched but if the witch proved to be immune to such effects the mist might hopefully be thick enough to block it from reading.</i>
Silence in the Library
<i>Haruka would be confused for a moment, he thought he'd been following the girl from before but it seems as though he has gotten distracted somehow. He wasn't too sure where he had ended up but realized it was already too late to start asking that now.</i> &quot;Yeah, this place is started to seem to lack logic. It seems I've ended up in another one of those Witch's territories. This time I don't even have anyone backing me up either.&quot; <i>Suddenly...He'd also notice his lack of a voice. He wasn't too sure before but his words only seemed to come out in the form of thoughts rather than vocalization. For a moment he wondered if something was wrong with his throat but it didn't seem to likely to him that an issue would pop up out of nowhere that kept him from speaking. Not seeing much of a choice or sense in dawdling he'd choose one of the hallways to proceed down at random.</i>
Silence in the Library
<i>Haruka would just continue on his way, not even noticing the other girl Pri was following. He almost seemed casual about the situation, so much so that he didn't even notice the odd silence either. It almost seemed like this whole situation calmed him down even more yet despite that he knew it probably wasn't a good idea to get too settled.</i>
Silence in the Library
<i>Haruka would stare at the cycle these worms were repeating for a while as he walked. Something about it was oddly relaxing to watch for him but he would take note of the irregularity of it as well. It seemed that this was another strange area that might be dangerous for the unprepared. Not wanting to leave anyone in danger he would continue on, following the strange horned girl.</i>
Silence in the Library
<i>Haruka would take a moment to try and process what the girl was saying to him. He wasn't quite sure how to respond as this wasn't a social situation that he was used to.</i> &quot;Well, um, good luck with that?&quot; <i>Suddenly, she would seem to leave in a hurry. Something started to seem off to Haruka as if this situation was starting to feel familiar to them.</i> &quot;This feels off somehow. No, I'm probably just thinking too hard on this. That girl didn't seem like she'd survive very long if something did happen though. Maybe I should go see.&quot; <i>Haruka would walk forward as well now, heading for the middle door the girl before him had entered.</i>
Signs of the Affliction
<i>Haruka would have trouble putting what just happened in words. His newly formed Persona seemed to vanish as the cracks formed back over it, concealing it from the world.</i> Haruka: &quot;I'm starting to feel tired. I...I don't think I understand what I just did myself but it felt good.&quot; <i>With that out of the way he'd return to the elevator as well. When everyone had entered the elevator, it'd once again begin its descent back to the first floor. ... A man seemed to step on the roof after making sure everyone had left. He'd be older looking and his clothes would suggest he was perhaps some kind of teacher or principle. There was also a scar across his face that seemed to hint towards past trauma. He'd smile at the results of what had taken place.</i> ???: &quot;Well, well, well. Seem troublemakers are good for something afterall. Thanks to them I didn't have to do anything to resolve this little breakout. Though of course, the boss will want to hear about this. Seems shadows born from that plague get a little too mouthy. No problem, if need be I can still dish out a little extra discipline here and there, though I'd rather avoid the need for that.&quot; <i>With that the man seemed to jump away from the roof again, disappearing into thin air.</i>

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Signs of the Affliction
<i>A boy with sleek black hair would be staring at what seemed to be an old hospital. It was currently closed with plans to renovate soon posted on the front. His eyes seemed empty but for some reason he seemed to stare at the building with longing. He began to look tired as he entered into the area the hospital was in. Suddenly, the hospital would seem to disappear. The area around it becoming a void of space. People would still walk by it as if nothing was wrong, even walking through the void and coming out the other side but to anyone attuned to the supernatural they'd see a large gate right outside the void, chains extending around the gate from several sides, as if locking the place away.</i>
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