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Night 52: Main Hallway, 2-East
Piercing Gaze
itneverwas wrote in damned
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Having reached the second floor without difficulties, it wasn't before long Xemnas emerged from the stairwell. He paused for the briefest of moments, seeking any disturbances of the silence and the unmoving darkness alike. Nothing leaped from the shadows, and even if others had, too, already made it to the second floor corridors, there were no sounds of battle drifting from other parts that would alert them of their existence.

Still tracing familiar steps, the Nobody moved into the direction of the connecting hallway that would lead him to his destination.

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Out of the line of fire- why didn't those guards ever give chase, anyway?- Depth Charge fell back next to the Scarecrow.

"So let me get this straight," he said, very aware of how ridiculous he was about to sound. "The Tin Man went to some wizard guy to find a heart with you, right? What about the rest of you? Don't tell me you were just doing the guy a favour. Why were you going there anyway?" It wasn't the replacing-limbs-with-technology part that had stuck out to him, given that they'd been doing that for centuries, but the magical wizard part? Yeah. That needed some explaining. Anyway, it was probably a good idea to keep the Scarecrow's mind off of the hallway.

Before the Scarecrow had time to comment on the commotion happening in the halls above the Sun Room- another witch? She seemed occupied with several other people- Depth Charge had already taken a position closer to him, making sure they crossed the hallway safely. The former strawman suspected his roommate would know best for the situation, given that he had a working brain and had probably faced similar circumstances in the past- still, he couldn't help but feel some concern that they were possibly leaving some folks in a bad situation.

No time to think about it now. "Well, it all started when Dorothy's house landed on the Wicked Witch of the East. Without any magic of her own, she was told her only way home might be to see if the great and powerful Wizard in the Emerald city could help her. She started down the Yellow Brick Road, meeting myself, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion along the way. I'd been put on a pole to scare crows, but I wasn't any good at it with a head stuffed full of straw and no brains. I was hoping the Wizard could give me some."

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