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The REDbellion- Release the Panic- PrologueThe REDbellion- Release the Panic- Prologue by HotaruRed
We are Accedia Corporation.
We are the new dictators.
We are the future.
We are your masters.
We are your trust worthy friends
We are your worst fear.
To ensure a perfect life...
For all of our citizens under the N.S.U.C.
As You GoShadows engulfed me that day. Both of us. Our reality was shattered at that point. My childhood innocence was taken that day. You ran away with it and I forgot, for a long time, what it was to be happy. The precious memories I had with you were buried deep in my mind to cope with the pain. I forgot about you.As You Go by DragonofTenebrae
You promised me we would always be together. Nothing would take us apart. We would be happy. In those days, we thought that promises could never be broken. But you did break it. You left me behind. Why? Why would you do this to me?
I know you told me not to be afraid when you were gone. I know... I can survive without you. But that doesn't make it any easier.
Cecil. Axel. I'm trying hard. You were both there for me when I needed you. But now I'm on my own. I have to go through all the pain alone. But maybe that's for the best.
“How could it poss
Hold Me Now“I fell asleep.”Hold Me Now by DragonofTenebrae
Cecil blinked and tilted his head, gazing at her. “What do you mean?”
“I fell asleep in the middle of the day,” Gail said. “I haven't done that since I was little.”
“You were tired,” he said. “You've been busy. You're exhausted. I can see the bags under your eyes.”
Gail frowned a little at the angel, then shook her head. “I had a dream, too.”
He blinked again. “What did you dream about?”
“Home,” she said softly. “The lake house. The place I couldn't wait to go to each year. Summer was the best time of my life.”
A smile twitched over Cecil's lips, but then it faded again. “But it isn't anymore, right...?”
Gail shook her head slowly. “The crashing waves used to lull me to sleep at night, but now that place holds nothing but painful memories.” She looked