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Lockdown

By frigidfallacy All Rights Reserved ©

Scifi / Mystery

Blurb

One day, Cetriel gets ahold of the ability to control space. Seemingly overpowered, he doesn't really use it for much, besides for convenience. Together with his dearest, Mell, who controls time, they would imaginably create the perfect duo. There will be fun times, but there will also be the darkest of days, especially with a fate as such.

Prologue

We used to stop time and space right here-- she and I. Now, there is nothing to stop. Nothing. In this infinite mire I find myself floating in, there is nothing but darkness. How did I even come to this situation, I who holds control over dimensions themselves? Then again, it wouldn’t make sense for a dimension to have no time. It would be completely devoid of meaning. Just like how looking around where I am right now would as well. There’s nothing here, nothing at all! Will something arrive? That, I’m not sure. I don’t even know what emptyhanded me would be able to hold.

Then, I remembered. I remembered. I still have my thoughts-- my mind-- my memories.

This is probably a great time to reminisce-- well, more like “try to figure out how the heck we got into this mess”, if it even is.

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