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How To Fix A Problem?

Thursday, August 11, 2016
Also known as, "Is there no way to fix this problem?"

Previously, we learned a bit more about the Superheroes and The World and how things work there. We know there’s a problem and where this problem is situated, but we still don’t know all the exact details. It seems even North and South don’t know the full story.

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What are they going to do about that? How will they try to fix the problem if they don’t even know exactly what’s going on and if they don’t have all the specific details?

“Ugh. North, we have to do something,” South practically orders. “Seriously, we can’t just sit around and not do anything.”

“Swear, things will no doubt get worse otherwise. We have to try and fix things before there’s a World War,” South says, sounding very concerned and worried.

North nods. “I agree completely, my dear South, but what will you have us do? What can we do? Do you think there’s anything at all that we can do to address this issue, to fix this problem? We can’t just go to the western and eastern Kingdoms involved in this matter.”

*Notes:
- This is part 32 of The Adventures Of The World’s Superheroes series, a story told in several short posts
- Part 31
- Image is a screenshot from the PSP video game entitled Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom
- Pic is meant to represent the ongoing fight between East and West and the eastern and western kingdoms in The World

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