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“I think and think for months and years. Ninety-nine times, the conclusion is false. The hundredth time I am right.” – Albert Einstein
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“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” ― Rumi
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“Stand in the ashes of a trillion dead souls, and asks the ghosts if honor matters. The silence is your answer.” ― Javik
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Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays all. Sorry for my lateness, I see now I'll just be a hinderance to the pace, IC time-system, and plot, regardless of the leniency. I'm stepping away from the RP, have fun guys and thanks @Balthazar007 for the consideration.
The secretary looked only halfway looked up from her desk. "Did you not read the invitation thoroughly? It said there may be a ten to fifteen minute wait." This woman didn't look even the slightest bit phased by Sun's status. Perhaps she was programmed to be that way, being an android and all. Sure she could almost pass for human, but a careful eye could catch the subtle differences.

Suddenly, the door to the office slid open, revealing a young blonde man, sitting behind a desk. The secretary looked up, without emotion, and motioned for Suns to enter.

As the door shut behind him. The man behind the desk stood up, and cracked a weak but honest smile "I apologize for the seven minute wait my friend." He walked around the desk, deliberate with his footsteps. "Thank you for coming. I could use your help."

Suns Dhagar - Yellow Crystal Bearer

Leemo City - Noon

Suns felt his embarrassment grow cold and snarky. He scrunched his face up, a light mirth in his voice as he repeated the question under his breath. Now that he eyed the "woman" closely; he could see the telltale signs of circuitry replacing flesh and blood. It all made sense now; why he always felt detached from the woman. He pondered if Bolis had told him she was metal and code before.

He probably has, he decided.

In the midst of his musing, Bolis' door slid open with a near-silent hiss. Suns often considered the dull sound a purposeful function. Just loud enough to be registered. He strode inside with his hands still held behind his back and hearing the hiss of the door close behind him, his small smile widened and his eyes softened. Bolis was perhaps his oldest friend and really the only good thing about being in Leemo City.

Suns lowered his head to acknowledge his friend's gratitude then grew quiet to acknowledge Bolis' oncoming request. His smile shrunk and an odd impulse seemed to fluctuate between himself and the Crystal. Was it trying to influence him again?

"Exactly whose help do you need, Bolis? Suns' or the Crystal Bearer's?" he asked.
@Balthazar007 I like this... I like this alot. Nothing to add or change. Sorry for the wait. Gonna look at Bolis CS really quick and then get a post out.
@Balthazar007 The first scenario I thought of was for them to be close childhood friends (maybe Bolis being an older brother figure). Maybe the dads were close friends before that and that encouraged their friendship. Or if he's a bit older than I'm thinking, Bolis could have been introduced by his Dad for tactical/political gains. 7 to 8 years sounds like a good number for these scenarios.
@Balthazar007 One important general. I liked the idea of multiples but I think Suns would be wary of placing himself amongst so many strong-willed; potential unjust Generals.
Suns Dhagar - Yellow Crystal Bearer

Leemo City - Noon

Suns composed the fiery parts of himself as he often did when meeting his father's ilk. And though he wanted to fidget, wanted to run from the impending idea that 'this was when he'd be forced to join the war effort', Suns felt compelled to pander to his father's will. He discovered during the last three years or so that it was mostly out of guilt; partially out of familial respect. He patiently stood outside the General's office; an elegant woman pretending to not mind him, though he knew her eyes and hands were both swift and keen.

His own hands were held gently behind his back; his double-edged blade hanging from his left side while his family's heirloom hung pouched on his right. Suns let out a silent breath as the yellow jewel conveyed an urgency; a subtle influence to act on the injustices churning about him. Over the last five years it had become mandatory to curb its desires. If only for a short time.

Suns readied a kindly smile towards the woman behind her translucent desk; except for where privacy was desired.

"How much longer? I can be quite impatient at times," he told her.
@Balthazar007 Quick question on my end, I think you said something earlier about posting for the individual locations of the players. Should I wait for a post of Leemo before posting? It won’t be tonight cause my brain is fried after work but just curious.

Edit: Just saw you already posted for Leemo. Expect a post tomorrow lol my bad.
@Balthazar007 That’s absolutely safe to say. He has great respect for his father and mostly accepts the invitations as a courtesy to him. Though he rebels against joining the war effort as much as possible.

500,000 -whistles-

I humbly accept this judgment lol
@Balthazar007 Took a little longer than I thought but Suns is done. I'm going to relax for a bit and check in again before going to sleep tonight. Thanks for your consideration.
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