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  • So what do you think about just starting both our characters off right where we started in Season 3?

    Because I'd hate to just end it after all that character development and story, and all the story we still had ahead of us.
    ZombieSplitter53
    ZombieSplitter53
    Absolutely. I was really getting into it, and as close as they've become, there is no way I'd want to start over again. Anna quickly became my favorite character, and as I've said before, I've put so much work into Ayame I almost think of her as a child, and to start over again would be telling her she can't see her best friend anymore.
    hay i'm so sorry that I got in involved in your story.I thought it would make since to have Alex do it since he thought about it and he saw what the instructor said to kasagi. and again i'm so sorry
    But the problem with that is Anna doesn't know...Ayame or John would have to tell her.

    And P.S
    I keep a constant lookout for your posts too :)
    That last post honestly made me wince in anger a bit, that's some damn good writing :)

    If it made ME wince in anger I can't imagine how Anna will feel if she finds out :/
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    ZombieSplitter53
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    Thanks, I'm enjoying this so much, I put a lot of effort into these posts. And I usually keep a constant look out for your posts. On a related not, Majora098 has put forth the idea of using his character's empathic abilities to testify on Ayame's behalf, but her distrust of psychics means she would never ask him herself. But maybe if Anna mentioned something to him...
    And I feel like I must apologize. I took a little jab or two at Ayame in some of my posts. Some intentional, some not. I'm sorry, I shouldn't have let my dislike of her color my actions. (This would have all been in one post, but there is a character limit.)
    ZombieSplitter53
    ZombieSplitter53
    Its fine. I knew it would throw some people off, but the zombie part was too integrated into her story to take out. Besides, all you said was she was spreading conspiracies, which she was in a manner of speaking, and that she was hard to understand when she switched languages. You did nothing to apologize for.
    I'm not going to lie, I was immediately turned off from Ayame when I read that she was a Zombie. I just found it really jarring. I mean, there's suddenly this five hundred year old, undead teenage girl that's a professional mercenary inserted into a series about fighting aliens? I hope you can understand why that didn't seem to sit well to me.
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