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Frazures Note 2

Well that was fun.

Currently floating down towards the black sands while in my parachute.

Oh dear.

Maybe if I threw the tiger bait guy off my back… No..

I can't do that. That'd be wrong.

Well. I guess this'll be my last note..

 

Wait

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Cain's log, 526th day since freedom.
Notes on my compatriots and the day itself.

Mr. Misindjor is a necromancer, I know due to reading his soul. Everyone else has far too many secrets, as soon as professor Erasmus announced my intrusion on their privacy, everyone wished to counter me. I shall keep this to myself. However, were someone to get their hands on it… Mr. Magus, he has a rather large secret, I shall not intrude though. My assassination skills came in handy today, I had to kill an air pilot. I shot straight through them. I also made a promise to the professor not to intrude. Hmm… Mr. Misindjor is very easily angered, perhaps it shall be useful? I wish for this trek to bring me emotion, but the likelihood is slim to none. I shall continue reading souls of our enemies to better understand what I am missing.

"Feelings or emotions are the universal language and are to be honored. They are the authentic expression of who you are at your deepest place." -Judith Wright

-Excerpt of Cain Blackwater's log, pre-emotions

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Frazure: Note 1

The food here is absolutely awful. Wish Zac could BREAK it and FIX it like he does ALL the time with the other stuff. Really.

The hammocks were nice to sleep in.. My problem with them was that they didn't have enough room for my books! Very disappointing. Wish I could be back in my bunk but someone has to name this Jewel incrusted Tiger something SENSIBLE instead of "JEWEL INCRUSTED TIGER".

Don't even get me started on William. Hes the pilot, and he is huge. I don't like huge things. They make me feel weak and useless. His hand could have crushed my skull.

Oh dear. Seems like some sky pirates have arrived. Guess I'll finish writing after we; I mean Graves and I, destroy them.

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Grave's lost note 1
They know

They know the secret. That little brat little brat took the box and looked inside. does he know what it is? do they even know who I am? that flesh golem did something,too. That Frazure kid… he reminds me of something. Oh, and the quiet one! He knows something. As soon as the black sands came up, he acted WAY  more dumb than usual… he is up to something. Why am I even write these notes? I'll probably lose them.

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