The first sight out of the window suggests it will be hot mid-summer weather, completely cloudless, windless. And a weekend, Eysin was expecting company. Imogen had called and wanted to meet her – and take the Titan parts from her that she had gotten from Ceremony, after the explosion. “I don’t have them. They’re either at the Temple or Seals took them somewhere else.” “I’ll check with Seals.” “She’s coming here anyway, just as her to bring along the parts.
After a few days, the temple was cleared out of all the people. Eysin and Seals had returned to Ceremony when Imogen had summoned them, asking if they could still salvage anything of the remaining parts of the Titans that were blown up. “Maybe you can make out what happened here?” Eysin picks up a shard that once was the part of the dome of the titan, weighs in it her hand, “I should be able to get something from
Sirens, sirens, sirens. What a dark night – and there’s mist all around. Chaos and destruction. When the finals had ended, two large explosions happened around the tournament area. All buildings in the vicinity got blown to rubble, some people got injured and lost. Seals is at the wheel. A man is trying to hold Eysin up in her seat while also trying to calm down Agnes. He tells Seals to drive right into the water, “head towards the
Thursday, she had gone and done the round with Seals. Was nice of Seals to drive. Driving was something Eysin couldn’t do. It helped get the job done faster – she had the chance to create some kinds of copies from two more titans, and she worked on trying to make something out of them until late in the evening. When she went back to the dorms, Denea had Asha over for a chat, again. Eysin goes to her bed
“When’s the last time you saw Daegan?” A tall, blonde woman was looking around the Titan, seemed to spot all the places that were now fixed – as if she saw the difference without her visor on. She looks cold but tries to smile politely. Eysin recognizes her – it’s Imogen. “I haven’t seen him for a couple of weeks now.” “What about Denea?” She has been home a lot more now. And she has changed a bit, again. She’s