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Night 49: Group Therapy Room 6
Journey's End † The Foolish Messiah
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Now that he was more aware of what to expect, Minato decided that the warping sensation was more disorienting than moving around in Tartarus. At least he didn't get dizzy when he was returned to the bottom of the monstrous tower. ...Unless he was already fatigued from fighting and climbing the entire night. But that only happened when he pushed himself too hard.

A flash of light, brighter than anything his flashlight could produce, caught Minato's attention. He stared ahead at the windows to the far side of the room; even the half-closed blinds couldn't keep out the lightning. It looked like they hadn't been returned to the hallway outside of the Sun Room.

He could see the outline of furniture even before he turned his flashlight towards the center of the room. The many gray chairs created strange shadows along the floor, framed ominously by the dimly-lit blinds and the sound of rain pounding on the roof and windows.

"...So it's random," he murmured, shaking his head slowly. "I don't recognize this room, either."

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[From here.]

Edgar leaned on the wall after entering the room. Overall, it looked fairly plain- round table, chairs, plush floor, no giant cats or other beasts in sight. That was a good sign. On the other hand, it didn't seem that the room had much of interest. The pictures on the wall were deceivingly pleasant in spite of the general atmosphere.

"There don't seem to be any monsters in here," Edgar said, turning toward Gren. "On the other hand, there doesn't seem to be much else, either."

Gren grimaced a little at the transition... the blood loss was definitely not helping with that, but he refused to do anything embarrassing like vomit or pass out. It would have ruined the utterly manly image he'd managed to build up for himself facing off against that cat.

At least now they knew whatever was going on with the doors extended to the town as well. He wasn't sure how that information was useful, but it was information none the less. "Well, given our luck tonight, I'll take boring over exciting. But unless you feel like sitting around for awhile, I don't think there's much point in staying long."

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