Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Settling In

Since Shadow left to find Kiba, I've started my training to join the Resistance, and thank God I finally got the smell of puke out of my mask. According to Marcus, who apparently served in the Marine Corps, the training you get here is a stripped down version of what Marine recruits go through at Paris Island. He says I'll be going through this for about a month and a half, and if I make it to the end, I'm in the Resistance. And if you're wondering about the puke comment, I will leave it at this: Big breakfast and a three mile run do not mix well. Anyway, I brought up what Noah and Mira found to Marcus, he's going to try and get in touch with Shadow as soon as he can. I'll fill you all in when that happens.


Tuesday, April 15, 2014


Now that I've gotten things squared away here, it's time I find out what exactly happened to put me in that loop. Which means, I'm heading back to Kansas, and going to work with the Resistance members there to find Kiba. Seeing as she was the only one with me when my memory cuts out, she's the best lead. As I see it, there's three possibilities:

1) Kiba was a traitor, and had something to do with me being placed in the loop.
2) She wasn't a traitor, and is being held somewhere.
3) She was killed after my memory black out.

Each of these has their own complications. If the first, she has a full grasp of the layout of the Georgia safehouse, as well as how we run things there. This could easily be used to sneak in and cause a variety of problems for us. If it's the second, she could possibly be suffering under torture, and still poses a security risk, and requires rescue. And if the third, I'd at least like to know, so I can arrange for a funeral service. As for Kiba's family, I'm having a close eye kept on them, just in case. While I'm doing this, I'll be keeping quiet unless something comes up, so I'm leaving the blog to Melody in the mean time. And for those of you worried about Melody's trustworthiness, Marcus is in charge of training her, and is keeping tabs on her most of the day. So with that, farewell, I'll update if I find anything useful.