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How The Narrator Tries To Annoy You?

Saturday, August 20, 2016
Also known as, "I know something you don't".

What, thought explanations were going to be had already and you’ll finally find out what’s really going on? Yeah, right. Eh, hate to break it to ya (actually, no, I’m quite pleased to tell you), that ain’t gonna happen anytime soon. Oh, but you will find out what’s going on. Eventually. But not now.

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Well, let’s see what we can find out in this post then. When we last left our Superheroes, they were in East’s Winter Palace.

East was still smiling, even after hearing what West wanted to talk about, though it seemed cold somehow, like the smile was frozen on the eastern Superhero’s face.

“Ah, that. I suspected that might be the reason why you came here, Caramel, though I had hoped it was because you wish to, how you say, ‘hang out together.’”

West was still glaring. “Don’t call me 'Caramel'. Maybe we’d be able to do that if none of this had happened, if you hadn’t sided with the Spades King and if you weren’t helping the bad guys.

“You’re supposed to be a Superhero, East. You’re supposed to be on the side of the good. How could you do this?” West demanded.

*Notes:
- This is part 35 of The Adventures Of The World’s Superheroes series, a story told in several short posts
- Part 34
- Image is Battle Sister, Caramel from the Cardfight!! Vanguard TCG card game from Amazon.com
- Pic was chosen to represent the 'Caramel' nickname that East calls West

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