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How To Reassure Someone?

Tuesday, August 02, 2016
Also known as, "In which South worries some more".

Okay, so we still don’t know exactly what is going on with regards to why East and West are having a Lover’s Quarrel, but, hey, at least we know a bit more than we initially did. Let's continue, shall we?

Previously, in this series, North attempts to reassure South who is worried about what’s been going on. Let’s see if South feels reassured.

Nope, South is not the least bit reassured. “How can I not worry?” The Superhero asks. “East and West are really mad at each other. I swear, they’re both so angry and utterly pissed off. I’m worried they might start a physical fight, which could lead to a World War.”

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South sighs. “It doesn’t help at all that some of the Kingdoms in the eastern and western side of The World also seem poised for war, what with the continuously rising tensions over there.”

“Unfortunately, my dear,” North says. “But, thankfully, this is only the case in the Kingdoms that are nearest the Visible Demarcation Line that separates the rest of The World into 4 equal parts.”

“For now,” South says, rather gloomily. “With the way things are going, which is seriously not well at all, ugh, the other Kingdoms in the eastern and western side of The World might soon get caught up in this mess too.”

North remains silent, frowning, not having a response to South’s words. The northern Superhero would have wanted to reassure South, but what could be said about those gloomy words anyway?

*Notes:
- This is part 29 of The Adventures Of The World’s Superheroes series, a story told in several short posts
- Part 28
- Image is a Sword Art Online wall poster from Amazon.com
- Pic is meant to represent the so-called Lover's Quarrel between East and West

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