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Jul 27, 2017 8:48 AM
mirelótë in flying city
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"It may, with enough time, be possible to retrieve the dead. It has not been done yet, beyond the very short term, but I have hopes."

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"So do I."
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"And if there are two worlds, there are probably more."

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"Probably."
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"I'll let the Valar know to expect, uh, this."

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"We should probably bring you in again before fetching them in case they anticipate a problem or can get goodies from Eru for the trip. Another day, maybe. And you should check if you can do magic in Arda it's like this -"
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" - oooooh. I should check that I can do it here, first -"

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"You probably can, I can, but yes."
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He takes off a ring and tries to float it.

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Float float float.

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Mirelótë hugs him.
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Hug. Squeeze. "I'm so glad you're all right and learning magic - and what a good magic system, could almost have been custom-designed for you -"

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"I could do without the part where it hurts!"
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"I bet someone has blessings to help out in no time."

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"Personally, I've found that the pain often makes those who might be inclined to dismiss the mental effects think twice."

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"The blessings can have warnings on them."
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He nods. "Congratulations on your reunion. I am very glad for all our sakes that it was possible."

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"Thank you for fetching him."
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"You're completely welcome."

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And she sends Rúmil more catchup information on the world.
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Which he frowns and nods at.

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"Where his interests and yours diverge I'm happy to fill him in on any details that weren't mentioned to you."

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"It can wait until the inherent mortality stops."

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"I don't like it either, but it has waited centuries already for a reason. If details could help--" he shrugs.

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"If details can help Mirelótë will have thought of them."

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