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Searching For Serah - Chapter 3The 40th Floor
It was a long trek to the Capital building. It was in the very heart of Alexanderia—an ‘elegant community center’ as some liked to call it. Hope was already in his office. It sat on the top floor, overlooking all of Alexanderia. He had been gazing outside, a soft sigh escaping between his lips. He was thinking of Lightning. He had caught glimpses of her in his dreams. The pinkette was dressed in a warrior outfit for a goddess and her eyes held a look he knew too well.
She was beautiful to him and sometimes he found himself daydreaming of the Warrior Goddess. A faint knock awoke him from his thoughts as he spun around in his chair and picked up a few pieces of paper before calling out. “Yes?”
The silverette was surprised to find Noel at his door, breathing hard. “Noel?” he asked, knitting his eyebrows together, “What are you doing here?”
The brunette stumbled forward, inhaling sharply before gasping out. “
Searching For Serah - Chapter 2Too Old For This
Noel walked down the dimly lit streets of the Capital of Bhunivelze. It was called Alexandria after Hope’s fine achievement. Not many people were out this ‘morning’—or what you prefer to call it. Due to ‘no time’, people still kept watches in hope to create the illusion of time. There was neither day nor light—only a constant haze in this twilight realm. He walked to the west side of the city to a small bar that Sazh owned. As he stepped inside, a small bell ran alerting Sazh of some unknown presence.
“We’re closed,” Sazh sighed, his back turned from Noel.
“Hopefully not for me,” Noel teased as Sazh turned to face his comrade.
“Well, fancy seeing you here.” Sazh chuckled, his eyes tried from a long ‘night’ of working. “What brings you here? Wanna drink your sorrows away like the rest of us?” he questioned.
The brunette let out a faint laugh, sitting
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