|Makes perfect sense.|
|Date Published||Tuesday, June 2, 2009|
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A shocking revelation involving numbers.
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|Red Mage||A thought occurs vis-a-vis logical paradoxi and your quest for revenge.|
|Sarda||Hurry, I'm already bored from the first time I heard you say this.|
|Red Mage||If you hate us for ruining--|
|Red Mage||Uh, for allegedly ruining your life, then we'll kill the younger you so you never grow up and this never happens!|
|Sarda||You're not really "up" on extra-linear thinking, are ya, sport.|
This is not happening multiple times. It's a single event to which I possess multiple vantages.
I already know you don't kill me as a child because I'm right here. Dolt.
And, no, don't say "but what if we do something different".
You can't do something you haven't yet done differently than how it will come to be done.
|Fighter||That was the most confusing thing I've heard in my life.|
|Black Mage||Two plus two is four.|
|Fighter||Wait, wait, wait, wait.|
(Red Mage, Thief and Black Mage look at Fighter.) Wait.
|Black Mage||How long does this go on, Sarda?|
|Sarda||He's nearly done.|
|Fighter||You can't transform numbers into other numbers like that.|
It'd just go on forever.
That's like witchcraft.
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