'nother Cloak

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Christopher Heisserer

Guy... Stuck on a page... had to pull his cloak back or I'd never get him all on one page. Still almost didn't make it. Oh well. Here's his Flavour Text: Silences in whispers dove through his consciousness, spears of shaded thought blew into his mind. Everything was a blur. The world revealed itself in its harsh truths to him in a final glaring stream of thought:The world is so... flat. Everything I am is shades of gray, as if I was drawn or sketched. A hole.. peirces my cloak in such white I've never seen before. And... I can't move. Or see, for that matter.

Published More than a year ago

Category Mythology

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