Also, notice how the Glasswrights are monochromatic. This is a dramatic artistic device, similar to how Hussie drew the guardians with only one facial feature, as a way of showing the detachment between the adults and the kids. This is the next step, wherein Gwen is basically filtering out the Glasswrights, and viewing them only as shapes, because they have so little importance and connection to her (in her mind).
Also because I'm too lazy to design two new characters.
BLAH BLAH BLAH POLITICS BLAH BLAH BLAH WORK BLAH BLAH BLAH DEER BLAH BLAH--wait are they talking about animals? Nope, just meat. BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH--
> Look at the fire with abandon, its aromatherapy qualities not soothing, but maddening.
It's entrancing. Its woody smell isn't maddening: it's soothing. It's strange how simple things become more and more interesting in comparison to the boredom surrounding you. It's almost as if you are reaching a new level of engagement with the tiny intricacies of the world. This must be what true peace feels like.
Oh look, you can make a fort out of this paper.
BOREDOM BOREDOM BOREDOM BOREDOM
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Seriously, you guys are going to make me double-post? Whatever, I guess I deserve it for slowing down updates.
Gwen: Retrieve bed from Captcha-Case.
Alright. Let's see what it is we're working with here.
The Captcha-Case has several options to choose from. You can sort the sylladex inside, add an object, preview your arrangement, remove an object, or eject the whole thing. To make it work, you have to supply it with a captcha-card from your own deck. Since you have a Tree Fetch Modus, that's the logic your Captcha-Case uses.
Gwen: Select "Remove."
Obviously, since you're trying to get your bed, you need to remove it. The only other option would be to eject everything all willy-nilly, and that seems like a pretty bad idea, since you'd have to clean up all your crap afterwards.
It should be pretty obvious what's going on here. Captcha-Cases are similar to other "Organizational" modii, in that each card stored within takes up a certain amount of a finite space. However, unlike the Puzzle modus or the Captcha-Pack, it requires a card from a different modus to assign it a retrieval method. Your Captcha-Case uses your Tree's logic, and sorts your objects alphabetically, with each card capable of two branch cards, one of higher alphabetical value, and one lower. Each object that you store in here is assigned a card size at the same time that it is sorted based on its name.
Also, you don't know if this is a glitch or a purposefully designed feature, but sometimes your Captcha-Case assigns seemingly arbitrary sizes to objects. They aren't always scaled with each other.
You can only retrieve the leaf cards, so it's lucky that you only grabbed the bed on a last-minute whim.
There. Much better than that silly old bed. You replace the bed you just removed with the old one, which takes up the same space in your case.
>You're pretty jet lagged.... now that the bed is fixed, sleep?
No arguments here. You slip into your own bed, and submit to the pull of sleep.
You are now in your dream room. You hear a voice calling from the window.
It's calling your name.
You suddenly feel like your eyes are opening, which makes you realize that they must have been closed this whole time. As the room around you comes into focus past your bleary eyes, a single burning question emerges from your weary mind. Who is that in the window?
What are you, nuts? He just FLEW away from your window. It's gotta be at least twenty meters to the ground. You don't feel like dying. You've heard it said that if you die in your dreams, you wake up. You don't want that to happen, because you're really tired.
Your name is GWEN GRAYSON. You are currently DREAMING. You seem to be in a dream version of YOUR ROOM, and are wearing GOLDEN PAJAMAS, which, you have to admit, are PRETTY COMFORTABLE.
Your room seems to be positioned at the TOP OF A TOWER, above a GOLDEN CITY. There seems to be a TWIN TOWER a good distance away, but you can't find a way to get to it. There is no DOOR, but there is a WINDOW. Like your room back home, you have a BED WITH NIGHT PRINT, a WRITING DESK and a BOOKCASE. What will you do?
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