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Chapter Two: A White Century
<i>Now that the combat has gotten more personal, I take a second to actually get to the note, since everyone else seemed to be busy. I skim the paper, mostly looking for a few keywords to confirm my theory. Namely, the piece about the rewinds. Of course, it was far too easy to find Byakuran. For the time being I sigh and shout to ensure my voice is heard</i> &quot;I think that's enough fighting from you hooligans. The situation has changed.&quot; <i>I close the note once again, before giving Byakuran a calm, even gaze.</i> &quot;Simply put, you're not our target, however you are the most knowledgeable person in this world. If you guys can quit fighting and cooperate, we can tell you everything about how we got here. In exchange, we need to know who or what is causing these time loops.&quot; <i>I close my eyes again, taking a deep breath and focusing on Byakuran's spirit before finishing</i> &quot;If we all agree, I believe we can avoid unneeded bloodshed here. If you really know about every loop that's happened then you should be fully aware I could have frozen you at any point and ended it there.&quot;
Chapter Two: A White Century
&quot;Oh great, another nutcase. I guess they're all going to have a god complex aren't they?&quot; <i>I let out a sigh and take a few steps back, but I don't really have much of a method to avoid or block a shockwave, instead getting thrown back against the wall. Seeing what Kaz is doing, I decide to remain on the ground for a bit. Better if I don't have to move yet anyways, especially if this stupid 1v1 thing works out. Still I can't help but grin at one of Kaz's comments</i> &quot;He's right you know. Being the smartest person in the room is a curse.&quot;
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<i>This was an... Unexpected turn. But its somewhat satisfying to see Byakuran lose his cool like this. So satisfying that I wanted to see more. Even if it was a bad idea in the end. I start smiling, simply to annoy him more than anything</i> &quot;Oh, right. You can only know things you've lived through, can't you? So you have absolutely no knowledge of places where you don't exist. Its too bad.&quot; <i>I let out a sigh, looking over to the.. Bees? I honestly had no idea what that was about, but it seems out of place, and I wouldn't want to make it easy to call our bluff</i> &quot;That must mean our friends are done. Oh well. You see Byakuran, since you can't possibly know everything, you're always destined to be a few steps behind. I applaud your trying though.&quot;
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&quot;aren't we not supposed to be talking about how this is all fiction in our world and just take advantage of any prior knowledge we have of these universes as we go along instead?&quot; <i>I cross my arms with a sigh following Kaz's little rant. He's not wrong but its usually better to keep such opinions to yourself. Silent hatred is a far more effective poison, as anger simply clouds one's mind. Still, with so much going on I let out my breath, ready to let myself loose, if only for a moment</i> &quot;I'll do it. This won't take long and besides, I love proving useless bums like him wrong.&quot;
Chapter Two: A White Century
&quot;Are you serious right now?&quot; <i>I do not accept a marshmallow, tapping my foot impatiently as I cross my arms with a sigh</i> &quot;We got here as soon as we could, now lets just get this next stage over with. It won't take long.&quot;
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&quot;This is basically Italy, they shouldn't have any Doujins.&quot; <i>I correct Mal with a sigh as we head out to the library. I'd already seen everything before so I wasn't too impressed. And this time I didn't have a shadow which made it a fair bit less annoying.</i> &quot;anyways, sounds like we're about there.&quot; <i>I can already here Byakuran's laughter. Better to get it over with now than wait. For now I simply glance back to Kaz with a grin</i> &quot;Don't worry too much. After all I'm practically invincible.&quot; <i>I chuckle to myself before finally opening the hidden door and entering the library, presumably with the rest of the group behind</i>
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&quot;Guess you're not useless after all.&quot; <i>I give Kazuya a smirk before I let out a sigh and take a glance at the renewed party around us.. Of more interest I take note of the girl bleeding out in front of us. Looks like they'll probably be dead, but it doesn't really matter. We'll be leaving this place anyways.</i> &quot;Liam and I visited the library the first time, and I was planning to head there anyways. Well, there was a bit more than that, but hopefully its a library still.&quot; <i>I let out another sigh, glancing at my dagger as I toy with it between my fingertips. In some ways I was simply itching to use it, but it wouldn't serve to be impatient. Whatever better suits our goal after all. So, I glance around the party, looking for the door Liam and I had passed through on our first loop. When everyone's ready I'd seek to go through it to the hidden door near one of the portraits</i>
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<i>I let out another sigh, not really watching the ongoing fight. Instead I check the time to see how long I have until my next chance before noting to Mal</i> &quot;You're the one who's going next by the way so you should probably ready yourself. Unless Yu plans to volunteer.&quot;
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<i>Just what I thought</i> “Three for me, though I’m willing to guess my associates have only been through two. Not that it really matters now.” <i>I let out a sigh before closing my eyes to think. Byakuran doesn’t remember how many times this is and only seems interested in making the most of his time trapped tonight. Which means he’s probably not the cause of the looping and therefore not our target. I lower my voice to speak with Yu, since he’s the other leader here</i> “I’m breaking off from the script next loop. This is a complete waste of time.”
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&quot;Hey, I have a quick question.&quot; <i>I let out a sigh before shouting across the room. I don't direct my voice at anyone in particular, but given the distance this seems to be my only way of communicating with Byakuran right now. And with all the doors gone my options are to twiddle my thumbs, or try to confirm something</i> &quot;how many times is this now? That you've lived through today?&quot;

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