look at this horrible role list
both of the random neutrals were sks, and somehow the any managed to be a doc that I (the vet who went on alert night 1) killed.
Eventually, 2 townies (who could have won with me) left. This left me with an sk and a mafia member.
like, it’s okay to have that many evil roles, but you /need/ to make a stronger town.
(Plus, jailor died night 1, too.)
CHAPTER 7: The Telescope
After seeing their 100th comet, a sudden thought popped into the girl’s head: “I wonder if my home planet is still as blue as it was.” That’s when she remembered her father’s telescope.
Peeking into the telescope, a tiny blue dot floated into sight. It was smaller than a Star Bit. “How strange… It’s so far away, but it feels so close.”
She twisted the knob of the telescope, and the blue dot grew until she could make out a grassy hill dotted with flowers. It seemed very familiar to her. Zooming even closer, a terrace on the hill came into view. “I used to go stargazing there when I lived on my home planet.”
She remembered rubbing the sleep out of her eyes as she followed her father up that hill to look at the stars…
She remembered how she and her brother would sled down that hill…
She remembered having picnics with her mother on that hill on bright and windy days… And…
"I want to go home! I want to go home right now!" The girl burst into tears, and the Lumas didn’t know what to do. "I want to go home! I want to go back to my house by the hill! I want to see my mother!" The girl was shouting now, her face wet with tears. "But I know she’s not there! I knew all along that she wasn’t out there in the sky! Because…because…"
"She’s sleeping under the tree on the hill!" The girl’s cries echoed through the stars, and a hush fell over the area.
I’m not sure if Leslie has calmed down since season 1 or if I have just gotten used to her shenanigans.
Idea for the next ac game:
no balloon furniture
i spent like 5 minutes trying to figure out what assassins creed game had balloon furniture in it
i hope that, wherever my hair ties go, they’re happy. that’s all that matters