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SaP: A KH2 Story - Ch 5
A Secret Hideout Somewhere Underground
The man with the spike embedded in his shoulder looked about the room at six others. All but one looked at him with, at a minimum, an expression of reverence. The odd one out, a masked individual with seven studs where his left eye should have been, hunched over and shuddered a little, the permanent grin on his false face made even more eerie by the occasional raspy giggle that emerged from his mouth. The man had to be thankful they kept him somewhat sane; any lessening of the seals would result in a reckless disregard for others as he would begin to indiscriminatingly attack everyth
SaP: A KH2 Story - Ch 4
When Hiromi finally got to meet Kairi, (Sora brought her to his house afterward) she was friendly enough, despite the fact that the introductions were one-sided. Riku kept to the other side of the room while she was there, she noticed, probably from what happened that morning. It made her wonder if there was a way to lessen the apparent hostility that had developed.
"So, what drove you to sail here?" Sora hastily asked, seeming to sense the same thing and trying to start some conversation.
"The raft," she replied, making Kairi splutter at the unexpected witty response. Even Riku snickered a little before he caught him
SaP: A KH2 Story - Ch 3
"How can she know?" Riku was pacing in Sora's room, eyes darting to various objects strewn on the floor and shelves, trying to avoid looking over at the bed where Sora and Kairi had somehow turned into a pretzel. "No one else had memories of the storm except us." He stopped walking to stare at them, despite his previous goal. "So what does that leave us?"
Sora finally broke free and began to ponder. He alternately kicked his legs out as he thought, his heels thumping against the floorboards rhythmically. After a few seconds he replied, "Maybe they're leaked from someone else who was involved."
"But weren't we the only
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