Oddly enough, I’ve always enjoyed “The Lexicon of Music in Shakespeare.” The content deals very much with the inner workings of the heart and describes various emotions as evoked by music combined with what is happening onstage.
I also like to browse the Organization’s copies of various texts originally written by scholars such as Socrates and Ptolemy. However, I wish I could get my hands on the original copies or at least older copies because I strongly suspect that the ancient Greek has been mistranslated in several spots.
Need I remind you of the “Let some dusks loose in the kitchen, nearly got murdered by Xaldin” incident?
Of course, there was also the time I tried to clone a kitten so I could set a bunch of kittens loose in the castle. ‘Cause I mean, come on. Everyone would get all confused about what to do ‘cause no one wants to be mean to a kitten. But ah… the cloning didn’t work out so well and I kind of ended up creating a giant fluffy monster.
Man, good thing Zexion found me in time. I swear, without him I’d be dead by now.
Vanitas, unsurprisingly, required little to no training. Being darkness itself, he is able to control the darkness and negativity that he possesses with ease. He knows all that he needs to about my “eventual plans” as you say.
And as for Ventus, let’s just say that he was never a very useful apprentice.
We currently have 40 answered questions, 52 in the draft box that have yet to be answered, and as of this morning, 136 messages in the inbox that still need to be archived. Whoa! O_O
We try to answer them at a rate that is reasonable for our schedules, while also maintaining a proportionate balance of the three numbers above. Up to this point, a queue post of three has been good at keeping that balance. Of course, that inbox number really snuck up on us while we weren’t looking! It’s probably because we’ve been getting an influx of letters lately.
We are probably going to have to up the queue number in order to keep up! :D
Water you talking about, all my pick-up lines are as classy as the smiles on your faces. Of course, that’s just because you’re happy to see me, and not because you have a sitar-tuner in your pocket, right?
Wait, wait, don’t wave me off like that, I’ve got some more current ones. You better pay attention, because you’re as hot as fire, I’m cool as an ocean, and things are about to get steamy. They don’t call me the Melodious Nocturne for nothing.
All right, here’s my A game—see if this strikes a chord with you:
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Yeah, sure, I feel a little different. Mostly, I just feel more empowered in different ways depending on which one I’m in. Like, when I’m in Valor form, I feel a lot stronger physically, like I could lift a building if I wanted to. When I’m in Wisdom form, I feel the magic flowing freely through me like blood through my veins.
I guess the only change that I really notice in particular is the change that happens when I enter Anti-Form. That one always give me the creeps.
Indeed, I am always attempting to push the boundaries of science in the Organization’s quest to unlock the mysteries of the heart. Currently, I’ve been tinkering with the idea of training large mutant felines to patrol the worlds and collect hearts from small gatherings of heartless so that we waste less time by sending our members to do it themselves.
If you’re wondering about the “giant feline” part, I got the idea from one of Demyx’s mishaps. There are rare moments when he provides inspiration.