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[Magic Hat] Can you see me now?

Discussion in 'Pandora, Year 1 - 7' started by Jen, Jan 3, 2018.

  1. Jen

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    February 8th, Year 7
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    One character is going about their business and finds that they are suddenly invisible to everyone but the other character for a day.


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  2. Bart Allen

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    Bart was clueless. Which wasn't exactly anything new. But today he was particularly clueless as he flickered from stranger to stranger, friend to friend, waving his arms around wildly, shouting in their ears, trying to find someone, anyone who knew he was there! One moment he'd been playing games at the Pandora Town arcade, and the next some kids were heading right up to him, straight through him, as if Bart didn't even exist.

    He was pretty sure he still existed though.

    And that was how he ended up running here and there across Pandora, with half a dozen different signs, all with some variation of "DO YOU SEE ME?", hopping up and down in front of this person or that person. He couldn't touch them, though he could manipulate the world around them. They couldn't hear him either. Mostly they just seemed to think he was a ghost or something along those lines, which would have been more fun if they could actually see that ghostly sheet he'd covered himself in at one point.

    But nope. Just as invisible as the sign he was currently hopping up and down with, on a central street in Misty Hollow. But his stomach was rumbling, and it was getting kind of frustrating now as he groaned, plopping down on a nearby bench. And he was just one invisible kid sitting there, hair falling over his face as he stared down at his sneakers, that sign still held up over his head, being bounced up and down with far, far less enthusiasm.
     
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    Wasn’t much t’do today. Daryl had gone out to check some snares in the woods, caught a few rabbits and was now on his way back to gut ‘em and clean ‘em and maybe make a stew with ‘em or something. He could always clean his crossbow or somethin’ too – he supposed he should be damn grateful that there were days like this, where nothin’ needed t’be done. They had enough food, wasn’t nobody bustin’ down their doors tryin’ to kill ‘em, and for the moment, the group they had seemed to be pretty stable in place.

    Wasn’t gonna think too much about that though, cos Daryl knew how easily someone could get swept away, whether by death or just Pandora bein’ an ass. Usually he took the back streets toward the cabin he shared with Beth ‘n Michonne, but today he was headed down the main street – figured he could always see if the store needed any rabbit meat, considering Daryl did get paid to bring back hauls for the town. Most of the time it was deer though, couldn’t do too much with rabbit.

    He squinted when something caught his gaze – a kid hopping around down the street. Pandora was weird and the people were weirder, so Daryl didn’t think nothin’ of it as he watched the kid go sit on a bench. He was holdin’ some sorta sign, though he wasn’t close enough to see what it was. He looked young, but that didn’t mean shit here.

    When he finally did get close enough he hesitated. ‘DO YOU SEE ME?’ The hell kind of sign was that? Despite his wariness, and a feeling in his gut telling him to just walk right on past, Daryl stopped in front of him.

    “The hell ya doin’ kid?”
     
  4. Bart Allen

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    That sign was very quickly losing its bounciness. Even Bart's energy couldn't last forever, especially when it wasn't helping him any. The teen sighed, finally dropping the sign down in front of his legs just as that scruffy looking guy was wandering on by.

    Except he didn't just wander on by, and Bart was staring down at a pair of shoes as they actually stopped in front of the boy and his sign. The kid blinked down at them a moment before tipping his head up, eyeing the guy who was standing there, staring right at him and--

    "Can you see me?" he blurted out, suddenly standing right up on the bench, the sign all but forgotten as it tumbled down to the pavement. And he was standing there, eyes wide, suddenly poking Daryl very stubbornly on the shoulder, as if to make sure he was solid. "Cause nobody else can see me. I tried to get some lady to talk to me, but she just walked right through me," he declared, still jabbing at Daryl with his finger.
     
  5. Daryl Dixon

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    Daryl's eyes narrowed at the kid's question - could he see him? He was sitting right there of course he could see him. He eyed him warily as he stood up, taking a step back as the kid started poking him in the shoulder. What the hell?

    That didn't deter the kid in the slightest.

    "Dunno what the hell yer talkin' about, but I can see ya." he said, then reached up to swat the kid's hand away. "And stop doin' that!" He suddenly regretted stopping, he really didn't need to put up with this at the moment, but the kid ddid seem pretty upset that nobody could see him, apparently. Maybe he was on a bad trip or something, though he didn't seem especially drugged. Then again, Pandora was a weird place. Who the hell knew. ​
     
  6. Bart Allen

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    The guy with the ratty hair told him to stop, and Bart stopped, hands instantly clasped behind his back. In fact, they didn't even seem to move from point A to point B. The shift in position was instantaneous.

    And the stranger might have regretted stopping, but Bart was overjoyed, beaming happily, rocking back on his heels. "So, where're we going?" Cause yep. He was going to be attached to this guy's hip until the world could see him again.
     
  7. Daryl Dixon

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    Daryl blinked, eyeing the kid with narrowed eyes. This is what he got for bein' some concerned citizen wasn't it. Ask a kid a question and he ended up havin' to deal with him.

    He scoffed, immediately, staring at the kid like he'd grown another head. "Y'ain't going nowhere with me, kid," he said. "Where you live, shouldn't you be gettin' home or something?"