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Yuan almost jumped at the sound of her name, scowling heavily at the chosen before him. It flattened quickly though, to nothing more than a blank stare, marred slightly with a hint of nostalgia.
If his information served true, he was well aware of what had happened recently. While his communication lines were mostly haywire with the previous threat of Yggdrasill, he still knew enough about what had happened in the tower; not that he really wanted to know, and Colette visiting him now was a fear he had tried to overlook.
He drummed his fingers again on his desk for a moment, before leaning back and folding his arms, glazed eyes focusing on a distant spot outside of the room they were in. Memories of Martel and of his journeys with the other heroes flooded his mind — a curse every time her name was spoken, but it felt oddly pleasant this time.
"And?" A soft response, not completely in the present, followed by a small smile, as he finally lifted his gaze back to the other chosen — sadder than it had been before.
It was a simple enough response she received. One that suggested a simple answer, though that was impossible. This was the part Colette had gone through in her head on her way here. This was the part where she knew what she needed to say. it helped, but it didn’t make this easy.
"When Martel took over my body, I could see her memories, and I could feel everything she felt. It was scary at first, but she said, not to be afraid. We both knew Lloyd would save me, because she could see my memories, too. But when she woke up and looked around… She was looking for you. Even though we both knew you wouldn’t be there. She wanted to see you again, just once more… To…" Her voice cracked just a little, and she took a quick gulp of air before trying again, "To tell y-…"
Colette tried- goddess, did she try to blink back the stinging in her eyes. What good would it do to cry in front of Yuan? They weren’t her tears to cry. But she could still feel that tightness in her chest when Martel had scanned the room, full of people she didn’t recognize. Colette clasped her hands in front of her lips, as if it might serve to hide some of her expression. This was helping nothing. She needed to get ahold of herself. She was stronger than this.
She murmured and apology through her hands as she stared at the floor.
If this gets one thousand notes I will dress up in my full Lloyd cosplay, go to Starbucks, troll the employees Lloyd-style with my coffee order, and get the entire thing on camera.
please dont fuck with people while theyre working, thats really unnecessary…
If I do it, it’s going to take all of about fifteen seconds and I’ll only pay for it after I give them the correct order. I hate throwing out changed orders so I’m not going to be a big jerk about it.
And if not everyone is okay with that either, if it helps to know I plan on leaving a five to ten dollar tip.
When I first saw this, I was a little concerned for the people who would be working that day, but this sounds great. Besides, who knows how this drink serving thing goes better than the barista himself? Go for it!
i think its funny how there are some actors who played a role for so long that its almost impossible for me to see them as anything else
and then there are some actors who’ve done so many roles i dont even see them as actors anymore it’s just them as themselves in another movie
and then there are actors who you’re not quite sure what they really look like
You know, I mention this game to people who say, “Oh yeah, I played that once.”
And I just sit here like Oh? You really had to think about it? This is one of the greatest games I’ve ever played, and it’s just an OH?
And then I realize, Wait. You played it ONCE? ONLY ONCE!? How do you DO that!? Now, look. I’m not saying it’s so good that everyone in the universe wants to do it all over again the moment they finish it. I’m saying, do you even REALIZE how much you missed!? I don’t care if you did every single side-quest and mini-game and got opened every treasure chest and found every item, if you’ve only played it ONCE, it is a FACT that you’re missing huge chunks of almost every character’s backstory and character development and the fact that you might not even have REALIZED how much you missed makes me want to scream and cry!
When I’m done screaming and crying, I usually try to talk with them about the game, but it tends to go something like this.
"Okay but Mithos, though."
"Who was that one again?"
"Mithos. Mithos yggdrasill?"
"The fairy who looked like Colette?"
"The… Final boss…"
"Yeah, okay, that guy. He looks like he likes disco, and that’s all I really remember."
*Cries for eternity*
Look, I’m not saying people have to love this game. I’m not saying they even need to play it more than once, but… I personally don’t know how you can’t be in love with the brilliance that is Tales of Symphonia. People who aren’t just make me sad.
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