X-COM Recruit Biographies and Journals

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Name: Homeslice Hobbes (Because Creativity!)
Place of Birth: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Military Background: Undisclosed amount of work for the CSIS. Lot's of intel. But I'm willing and able to break necks if I need to. Literally :D
Worst thing witnessed in any previous battle before XCOM: I watched my partner and friend murdered before my very eyes in order to make me talk. With quick thinking and my wits I escaped but I'll be scarred forever because of that. I learned one thing that day. Friends lead to dissapointment, but they're well worth having.
Weapon of Choice: Snipers, Stealth Combat
Additional Background Story: Grew up in a tough neighbourhood and learned to fend for myself after my parents were killed. Learned to make friends in the right places to rise to the top. These connections are both valuable to my service, and to my life. I go nuts without people around me. My greatest and only fear is to be alone.
 

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Name: Rowanlol
Place of Birth: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Military Background: Rookie in Navy SEALs, I was the only unit who survived the mission to kill Osama Binladen.
Worst thing witnessed in any previous battle before XCOM: N/A
Weapon of Choice: Anything that provides enough power.
Additional Background Story: The alien invasoion actually started in 2011, I witnessed it with my own eyes. I was sent on a mission to kill the infamous Osama Binladen. After arriving the scene I had to take a leak, so I left my crew for a couple of minutes. I heard a really loud noise coming from the sky, I had never heard a sound like that before. When I looked up I saw this giant saucer shooting some kind of laser/plasma beam right on Osama Binladens' hideout. I went to look for my squad but it turned out they had already entered the hideout when I was taking my leak, they were taken down by the giant beam too... The aliens killed my squad! I'll never forgive what they did and i WILL take my revenge!
 
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Name: Linus
Current Rank: Corporal
Mission Name: Operation Dying Grave
Mission Objective: Kill Aliens.
Kills This Mission: 5
Total Kills since joining XCOM:2
Status: (Healthy/Wounded/KIA, etc) Wounded (but still badass)
Promotion: Squaddie to Corporal
Journal Entry:

Dear diary,

Today was the worst day ever. This Commander Odd guy enters the barracks and tells me I'll be leading on Operation Dying Grave. As if that isn't bad enough, he sends a bunch of rookies with me? TO TRAIN THEM? The fuck, diary, that shit was whack! Anyway, we land in the UK, spot some aliens, and this is were major shit goes down. All these damn rookies shoot worse than a gang of drunk babies, so it was up to me to even the odds. Thank god I was allowed to bring my shotgun this time around. I killed 5 aliens out of the 6 we encountered, and made sure none of the rookies got injured, even though I hate them. Guess they'll all want to buy me drinks now... ugh.

XOXO L-Dawg
 
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AniCator

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David Dyte

Current Rank

Rookie

Mission Name

Operation Dying Grave

Mission Objective

· Sweep the abduction site and identify threats
· Neutralize all hostile targets

Kills This Mission | 0

Total Kills since joining XCOM | 0


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Healthy

Journal Entry

Hello,

I guess. My name’s David Dyte and I have recently been hired by the X-COM initiative or well, I think it’s an initiative.

This is my first journal so I’m taking it easy. During today’s mission we had to deal with quite a lot of alien activity but I’ll just go about this in a chronological order.
After we reached the insertion point and were dropped off by our bird. We were not too sure what we were dealing with. Most of us were Rookie’s. The commander briefed us more about our objective and would give us directions.

I was ordered to take cover near some cover and the others were going to cover the other side. I felt slightly exposed but I soon realized I was in a safe spot. By the looks of it the commander was hoping to use me for defensive tactics and most of the others for recon and neutralization of hostiles. I’m glad though. Having a supporting role in all this makes me feel more useful than when I’m playing the hero.

Not too much time later things started to get more interesting. Some action was going on up front but I couldn’t really see what was going on. The aliens had arrived and Linus must have gotten wounded. That’s what I assumed when I was ordered to find cover near his position. I would have loved to help him out considering I have a degree in surgery after all. A problem preventing me from doing so was of course the lack of medical equipment, I would never be able to treat him properly without the proper gear.

We heard more aliens coming in from the other side of the train tracks. Loco laid down some suppressive fire and Linus was pulled back so Ab could patch him up. Loco took another shot at one of the aliens and it proved to be very effective. A critical hit. That alien would never be able to mess with us again.

I was ordered to move to the cover Loco was using, we were standing behind a few crates and there was a gap in the middle which allowed us to push back the aliens.
I raised my gun and took a shot at one of the aliens in the distant but my sights were acting up which caused me to miss the shot. I got mildly frustrated but these kind of things happen.

There were still aliens out there so we had to be careful. We stuck to cover as much as possible. Ab moved closer to us and took a shot at another alien but missed as well. Linus was waiting for orders up front, he was wounded but he could still do his job. Linus moved up onto a trailer and tried to take a shot at the same alien but even Linus missed. It was frustrating because I decided to try again and missed.. Again! We were all missing the target. It was like our bullets were made out of cardboard.

It looked like Linus had enough of it and he ran straight to the alien and shot it in the face. Mission Accomplished. We had eliminated all the aliens in the area.

During the debriefing I was still frustrated. I missed way too often. Everyone got promoted but me. I felt like a failure but I knew I was capable. I had proven myself many times before and I will make sure I prove myself here as well.

Note to management: You might want to look into the coloring of our armor. Our camouflage is horrible. The aliens can see us from miles away. Chances are that Linus got all the kills because he was not wearing this blinding pink color. In our case aliens would just have jumped out of the way and laughed at us. If they even do that sort of thing.
 

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Name:Lars128
Place of Birth: Zevenaar (Gld) The Netherlands.
Military Background: Dutch Special Operations, KCT .
Worst thing witnessed in any previous battle before XCOM: I am sorry, this is classified.
Weapon of Choice: anything that goes: Click n' Boom, Assault Rifles.
Additional Background Story:
When i first joined the KCT it was a piece o' cake, but when i had to shoot some insurgents in Pripyat (Ukraine) some things got tricky. i had no bullets left in my AR so i had to use a pistol. only on 500 meter there was this 1 bugger left. he shot me in the arm, but luckily i could dash his skull to pieces. after having to do 546 kills in 2 months i got a honourable discharge. they told me because i had caused to many problems. and something about 'collateral damage' .
I have all faith in Commander Odd!
Nunc aut nunquam (Now or never)
 

Gkkiux

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Name: Gkkiux
Current Rank: Rookie
Mission Name: -
Mission Objective: -
Kills This Mission: -
Total Kills since joining XCOM: -
Status: Minor food poisoning, nothing serious
Promotion? None
Journal Entry: Today was a pretty unusual day here at the barracks. In the evening we heard some cheerings from the mission control (seriously, how often does that hapen?), some soldiers were sent off shortly afterwards. We were told that an UFO was hit and brought down somewhere in the Para state, so we understood why it was a big deal. We did not get to learn much more about the mission though as the two soldiers who got back to us in the barracks refused to tell us. It was probably a pretty scary mission - we saw Sq. Aberen being rushed to the medical station when they got back, so it must have been a close call. I guess I'll just watch through the recording - it's not as good as learning tips from soldiers directly, but it's still something.
Commander Odd said he would be sending new troops to some of the less important missions. I can't wait to test my hand on the aliens, however, I'm not sure what I'm going to think when the time comes. It really seems to be frightening
Note to myself - I'm allergic to shrimps
 

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Name: Daeryd "Grelite" Viremere
Current Rank: Squaddie
Mission Name: Operation Blinding Dirge
Mission Objective:
Locate the crashed UFO
Sweep the area for surviving crew and neutralize them
Avoid additional damage to the craft if possible
Kills This Mission: 1
Total Kills since joining XCOM: 3
Status: Healthy
Journal Entry: When I'd finally been approved to go back into combat, I was to jump right into my new armour, including a pretty awesome new helmet. Turns out our interceptors took down a UFO fairly close to base and Toolbox, LocoRoco, Aberen and I were to investigate the crash site. The moment we got into the first bit of cover out of the Skyranger I had plasma flying over my head, but we had to move up before any of us could get a good shot off.

Toolbox got the first kill, but not before taking some hits for herself, but she's proven before how durable she is. I moved up on the right as the others moved up the middle. Aberen took down the second alien with a grenade and we started moving up to the downed UFO. The entrance seemed pretty well-guarded and the commander had me and Loco move up to sniping positions.

When they started retreating back into their vessel we all moved up toward the entrance together. Suddenly plasma shots started flying out the doorway and hit Aberen as he was moving to cover. He had to move back as Toolbox and I took some shots, but failed to connect. Toolbox did get a hit off as she moved up to the ship and saw one of those little guys run past the doorway.

Out of nowhere a much different looking alien popped out of the ship and took down Aberen, he needed help fast or he was going to bleed out. While Loco took down one of the aliens as it tried to flank us, I got some heat on me, but was lucky to have some good cover. I quickly pulled up my scope and took out the thing that had just severely wounded Aberen. With all the threats eliminated we could get him medical help and he made it out alive.

I'd wanted to see the inside of the alien ship, but alas we had to make way for the research team and keeping Aberen on site in his condition would have been a bad idea. I do plan on visiting the research labs soon, if I'm not needed for a mission. I feel like I'm being told too little about what these things are for the danger I'm putting myself in. Or maybe they don't know either...
 
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Name: Lethbridge Gin
Current Rank: Rookie
Mission Name: N/A
Mission Objective: N/A
Kills This Mission: N/A
Total Kills since joining XCOM: None
Status: Healthy
Journal Entry: March 11th 2015
A week has passed since the UK Attack and things are going well still in training with assault rifles as rookies, also the lab boys came and asked to try there new project the nano-fiber vest and my body fells fine after all the 2 weeks of training getting back to shape from Iraq in 2003 - 2007 but in the dark reaches of my mind the nightmares, oh god the nightmares still hunt me so. i hear that Mexico and china are getting the worst of this alien invasion i think to myself what is going on over there without help from XCOM. so after my daily training i went to medical center to talk to someone about my nightmares and i heard that toolbox was much better saw him on my way in. as i was about to have my turn the alarm rang and it turned to hell with panic as we heard a UFO was hovering our base's air space we sent some jets to intersperse and hopefully take it down. the jets were able to take the UFO down almost that moment everyone was glad and happy for a bit, but the UFO was still in one piece Commander Odd sent Aberen, LocoRojo, Grelite and TehMagicToolbox to the UFO. Some time sooner the team got back people from the medical center came because Aberen got shot from a new type of alien that was inside the UFO shot him with a green flash from his plasma gun, Aberen was in critical pain was sent to operation table and by the time they got him in like a miracle he was staple in time. they say Aberen can return in 9 days and the cleanup crew taken a lot of spoils of war from the UFO i will wright anything later on.
Lethbridge Gin
 

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Name: Julian Ramos
Place of Birth: England
Military Background: Medic, promoted to sergeant. Served for 7 years before losing his leg in combat.
Worst thing witnessed in any previous battle before XCOM: The death of the woman he loved at the hands of the aliens.
Weapon of Choice: Shotgun
Additional Background Story:
 

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Name: Julian Ramos
Place of Birth: USA
Military Background: PMC.
Worst thing witnessed in any previous battle before XCOM: The death of the woman he loved at the hands of the aliens.
Weapon of Choice: Shotgun.
Additional Background Story:Hailing from (You decide), he was formerly a biomedical technician before joining a PMC and acted as a medic while serving in a variety of locations across the world, helping different countries quell civil disputes and providing protection in times of war . Fairly good with firearms and occasionally, EOD/defense drones, he reached the rank of Sergeant before a traumatic incident earned him honorable discharge.
You see, he had been fairly close with his squad's sniper, Anna, the other members of his company had always suspected there was something between the two, but had never truly known until the incident.

The PMC had been hired prior to the XCOM initiative, by (REDACTED) in response to what appeared to be alien like beings that had been attacking it and surrounding countries. His squad had been assigned to clear a suspected base of operations for the creatures in a quarantined urban area, Ramos and his squad were to breach and sweep through an unfinished building, while Anna provided overwatch from an adjacent rooftop. They breached the door and entered the half finished building, suddenly, weapon fire erupted from nearby buildings. It had been an ambush, in the confusion, the creatures attacked, he radioed Anna to call for backup, She responded, but was cut off by what appeared to be laser weapon fire, the things had found her position and were attempting to take her out. Backup arrived in minutes in the form of a gunship, which rescued Julian and the remaining members of his squad. They flew to Anna's rooftop in an attempted rescue, once they landed, Ramos moved up while the heavy gunner provided covering fire. He found her, wounded from a plasma shot to the side, and began to drag her out of there, just as he had reached the gunship, an explosion erupted near him, rendering him unconscious. His squad loaded both him and Anna into the gunship and escaped. Once they returned to base, the two were treated for injuries, ramos's leg had been blown off at the knee, and was later replaced by a biotic limb, Anna however, did not survive, her injuries were to severe and she died soon after she arrived at the base. Julian was distraught to learn of her death, he swore a vengeance against whatever the hell killed her, no matter the cost. Ramos was later discharged with a purple heart and bronze star. He was later recruited by the XCOM initiative to help fight the alien menace.

Feel free to change this however you like, but try to keep me alive.
:)
 

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Name: Daeryd "Grelite" Viremere
Current Rank: Corporal
Mission Name: Operation Purple Hymn
Mission Objective:
Locate the VIP
Protect the VIP at all costs
Kills This Mission: 2
Total Kills since joining XCOM: 5
Status: Wounded
Promotion: Squaddie to Corporal
Journal Entry:
March 18th:
I went down to the labs, hoping to get some answers about the things I've been shooting in the face. The boys in white were hesitant to tell me much, but I guess they figured they owned the people who were putting their lives on the line some answers. Should I have been surprised of how little they knew? They had only just figured out just how far the aliens are ahead of our own technology, estimating we had only scratched the surface of their capabilities. They did show me a new gadget they'd managed to develop using the materials they were researching, telling me I should try it out in the field. Wouldn't be the first time I'm a guinea pig and I'm glad they trust me with this new device.

March 20th:
I can't help but feel guilty. We returned one short today, our first casualty to the invaders. Poor guy never saw it coming.

We were called to Chicago to extract a VIP, General Van Doorn, on the middle of a bridge. When we moved up, using only cars as cover, we spotted a strange thin man lurking near the VIP's position. If Dr. Vahlen hadn't identified it as an alien, I may not have noticed in the dark environment, it was not a civilian. Toolbox got a quick hit off, but I couldn't manage to hit it through the car-window. The thin man, however, took a shot through two car-windows, shooting AniCator right in the head, killing him instantly.

I saw Toolbox discharge her gun in shock, hurting Linus bad. If I hadn't missed that shot... And to make it worse, I missed my next shot as well, forcing Linus to move up with his shotgun to take the alien out up-close. I think he breathed in some of the poison cloud that exploded from the thin man's corpse.

Linus has been nothing short of a Mad Man, and proved himself again, throwing a grenade down to the sectoids lurking near the General, killing them both. But there were more of them on the high-ground, showing their ugly faces as Linus moved up to Van Doorn. As the General moved into our formation another one of those thin men showed up behind us and I quickly reacted, hitting it with my side-arm. While Toolbox gave some covering fire, I grabbed my sniperrifle and made that alien the immediate past-president of the being-alive-club.

Linus was still in trouble, taking fire as he tried to move back to higher ground, but he made it back into formation without getting hit. Even with the sectoids still ahead, the commander ordered us to move back to the Skyranger. But we knew we still had to deal with them later.

More thin men dropped down between us and the Skyranger, and again I lacked the aim to take one down. Luckily Toolbox and Linus get the job done every time. Too bad Linus insists on using his shotgun, requiring him to get up close to those poisonous bastards. But the VIP got out safe and all we had to deal with were two more sectoids.

We moved back up to the site where Van Doorn had been pinned down, hearing the little bastards shuffle around the opposite end. They were expecting us and didn't hesitate to shoot when we got close. I was having a lot of trouble getting a good shot, and couldn't take a shot until I moved up much closer. I got a few hits off with my pistol, before taking out my sniperrifle again. Toolbox took a hit, but I quickly returned fire, taking down the little bastard.

Too bad those pistol shots from before hadn't put the other one out of commission and it hit me pretty hard, leaving plasma burns all over my left-arm. I guess it's all symmetrical now. I couldn't keep my rifle steady in pain and missed another shot, so it was left to Linus to bring it some lead-justice to the face.

With the site clear the three of us that were left were pulled out and sent to medical. I'll be out of commission for a week. Though we returned a man short, all three of us got a promotion. I'll visit the memorial as soon as I can, but what do I tell my fellow soldiers, that I let one of our own die?
 
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Name: Lethbridge Gin
Current Rank: Rookie
Mission Name: N/A
Mission Objective: N/A
Kills This Mission: N/A
Total Kills since joining XCOM: None
Status: Healthy
Journal Entry: March 16th 2015
5 days since Aberen been shot by the unknown alien near our base. training was fine with the lab boys bring in a new toy to train with S.C.O.P.E. it was to help with people who had a hard time with aiming the targets on the range and the lab boys said there working on a device to capture the aliens and hopefully keep them in jars from not running around the base and killing people. as to the commander Odd he told us we maybe have to do some sell some things for making more satellites i was OK with it and at last my mental problems with the nightmares i was having i went to medical it was short line today when i got my turn and i start talking to my doctor about what i am going though for today the doctor understand what i was going though and also note she was very nice and she asked me if i had anymore problems again i will come by and see her.
Journal Entry: March 20th 2015
today was a an horrible day for the planet earth how because this morning i saw commander Odd heading to see the council on a mission in Chicago, USA for a VIP Escort Mission on a man named General Van Doorn. the team for the mission was TehMagicToolbox, Grelite, Linus and a rookie named AniCator went with Commander Odd. few hours later the ship got back commander Odd head was down and said today we lost a man only TehMagicToolbox, Grelite and Linus saw it all happen they told us they saw a new type of alien they called it the Thin Man they look human but without the head researcher telling the differences on the thin man and also if you kill one they release a black smoke were these men was human before being converted into this walking bio-bomb by the aliens. they got the VIP save and sound all the men and woman went to AniCator memorial and Odd had only made a short speech to say how hard it fells when one of our own kind can be easily taken from us. after AniCator memorial some of the men headed to the church to pray to not fall the same way as AniCator did today i also prayed that day and said to them "if one man can stand to these aliens there must be hope for us all in the spirit of mankind." was telling them that can give these people some hope that we can stop the aliens but it was only a bit of a fools hope.
Lethbridge Gin
 
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Name: Lethbridge Gin
Current Rank: Rookie
Mission Name: N/A
Mission Objective: N/A
Kills This Mission: N/A
Total Kills since joining XCOM: None
Status: Healthy
Journal Entry: March 21th 2015
It has been a day since the death of poor AniCator, today commander Odd sent a satellite to china also lowering the panic there with the aliens and also the commander ordered new construction on the base with a new power room, a new lift and expanding new space and with nothing to do with training i will do some work in the meantime.
March 25th 2015 Entry
The base got a another attack in Lille, France today and when the job is done Lille, France offers $200 for the job. the commander sent Repkam09, LocoRojo, Aberen and an another rookie named SightUp. few hours later the team got back and the rookie got critical wounded by a sectoid and went to medical for 18 days wow man and Aberen to medical for a week. but i hope to get some action with commander Odd on any mission soon. To end of today commander Odd is making a new training school for us rookies and the work for it done in 8 days.
Lethbridge Gin
 

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Name: Grelite
Current Rank: Corporal
Mission Name: N/A
Mission Objective: N/A
Kills This Mission: N/A
Total Kills since joining XCOM: 5
Status: Wounded
Journal Entry:
24th March:
While still in recovery I was visited by the staff psychologist, I'm surprised she had not been assigned to talk to soldiers who had been in the field. But only now that one of us had been killed did she pay me a visit. I am not one to hold back, I know this thing will eat away at me if I do not tell someone, so I told her I was blaming myself for what happened to AniCator.

She explained to me that soldiers who had seen horrors like we had usually show tendencies toward certain frames of mind. You can try to shut out the reality of it and distract yourself from what happened, or your mind can try to deal with it by becoming like them; a brute and senseless murder machine, not caring for anyone or anything. I am to get my mind off of things, so I took it upon myself to write some one-liners to shout in the field.

One-Liners:
  • Calling Dr. Grelite M.D. Prescription: Death. Diagnosis: Sniperrifle!
  • Hi, I'm selling these fine used bullets! Free samples!
  • Way to walk into my bullets! Good job!
  • Well, that's how the dinosaurs went extinct: ME!
  • The bigger they are, the cooler they are to kill.
  • How about a tasty lead sandwich with a side of explosions? Hold the life... And the mayo.
  • A priest a rabbi and an alien all walk into a bar, AND I KILL 'EM!
  • How 'bout them apples? And by apples I mean bullets... In your face!
  • My favourite part was the part where you died. Encore! Bravo!
  • Oh I'm sorry, don't let me interrupt all your fancy dying talk, now DIE!
  • Hey bugface, hold these bullets for me, in your gut!
  • Dr. Grelite says: Take two bullets from this rifle and call me when you're dead. Ring ring. Iis it you? Yep, you're dead.
I might have to cross off a few more, maybe the psychiatrist should read over them...

25th March:
I had to hear the commander butcher the pronunciation of Lille, when a squad was called together for a mission in France. It is getting close to home and I had not thought much of home the past few weeks. I have no idea what is going on back there, but I hope they were not hit as hard as the sites I'd been to.

While they were gone I took the chance to answer some of the questions the other soldiers had in the barracks. Talking about things helped ease my mind a little, but I hesitated to tell them I blamed myself for AniCator's death. I have no idea how they might respond to that, we need to trust each other on this team.

The team returned with one of the rookies gravely wounded, which people seem to call getting lucky these days. It's strange how normal this is becoming, and with that in mind I can't stop thinking of what the psychiatrist said. What can I do not to become a monster?
 
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Name: Lethbridge Gin
Current Rank: Rookie
Mission Name: N/A
Mission Objective: N/A
Kills This Mission: N/A
Total Kills since joining XCOM: None
Status: Healthy
March 25th 2015 bonus entry
On another bonus note today that Corporal Grelite came by the barracks and just left. odd?, but i can understand about AniCator's death he was with him when he died if i see him next time i will just tell him that these things just happen without any warring.
 

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Name: Gkkiux
Current Rank: Rookie
Mission Name: -
Mission Objective: -
Kills This Mission: -
Total Kills since joining XCOM: -
Status: Healthy
Promotion: -
Journal Entry:
After my last journal entry I decided I'd write those every two missions - writing these takes a lot of precious time that I could otherwise waste doing absolutely nothing here in the barracks. Gotta say - it's a tough choice, but my everyday routine is more important for me. At least until I'm not on one of those missions, I suspect commander will be expecting me to tell my experience after every mission I'm in...
Anyways, the second to last mission (20th of March, wasn't it?) was not a fun one. I didn't know AniCator well, but even seeing aliens kill one of us should be hard. I really respect Grelite for coping with that, now that I got to learn about what happened there, I'll have another soldier to look up to. I sure hope the struggles with a killer's mindset will end well for him.
The last mission seemed to go smoother though. Even though SightUp returned gravely wounded, alive, but closer to death than anyone else to this point , somebody called him lucky... It's strange how quickly our mindsets change even when thinking of dealing with mysterious enemies. I'm trying not to think about it for too long in the fear of a drastic change...
On the other hand, on the 21st, a rather sad Saturday, there was one thing that made me smile. I realised that I'm not allergic to shrimps. It was the sauce. It was a bit awkward sitting there, smiling like an idiot for a minute when others were mourning, but at least I got that troubling question out of my head. Now I have less to think about though... Maybe I'll write more of these...
I'm taking the top bunk tonight, that guy already took it two times in a row. What's his name again?..
 
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