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The two men stared at each other and shrugged.
Thu Jun 4, 2015 21:54

"I can't really think of anything else, really," said Gaspard. "Er, aside from the fact that I'm supposed to be the only one who remembers anything. Two agents from the DTOM timeline came from one of the futures and wiped everyone's memories but mine. They told me that since I was to become the General it would be better for me to have twenty-odd years to plan ahead for a cleaner Sundering. Well, insamuch as a civil war that will tear HQ apart will be 'clean'. It gets really bad: think nuclear-blast-in-the-Courtyard kind of bad."

Harris' brow furrowed. "Wait. Since when did we have nuclear bombs in the PPC?"

"Well, it wasn't a bomb per se. It was actually the engine of an old DoSAT starship rigged to explode. The Loyalists were desperate. They needed a win so they started throwing whatever they had at the DTOM." Gaspard grimaced. "I can't believe Other Me actually condoned this. This really speaks volumes about who I am-- indirectly speaking. Wheee. Another reason not to like myself."

  • "No, it was the Sues," Liese replied.PoorCynic, Thu Jun 4 13:22
    "I am speaking of a third faction within the PPC itself, fighting against both the Loyalists and the Efficient. This Centurion is tied to it. This is not a constant development across all timelines;... more
    • The two men stared at each other and shrugged. — SeaTurtle, Thu Jun 4 21:54
      • "Well, Other You isn't really you."PoorCynic, Sun Jun 7 15:13
        Deegee paused long enough to drain the rest of her drink. "I mean, he's partially you, sure, but he's also been shaped by that conflict. It's the whole nature and nurture thing. You'd be amazed how... more
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