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Silent Observations (Private)

Discussion in 'Pandora, Year 1 - 7' started by Lotor, Apr 4, 2018.

  1. Lotor

    Lotor Guest

    March 3rd, Year 7 / 5:20 PM
    @Hunk, @Keith Kogane

    Lotor sat in silent observation in the common room with other contestants. He finished polishing his armor, after he had it repaired. The tournament had taken place the beginning of this month, and Lotor managed to be in the lucky eight to continue.

    The Castle was indeed the same; he even found his holding cell when he explored, yet no evidence of the Paladins living here, or the Princess or her advisor.

    It was...unnerving. But hopefully he’d gain some sort of answers today. Because today, with one of the other contestants—Keith was his name—Lotor definitely recognized a Paladin.

    It was the pilot of the Yellow Lion; Hunk, he believed his name was. The Paladins had been reluctant to introduce themselves when he first offered an alliance, but the Princess and their leader, Shiro had told him who piloted which Lion.

    All in all, Lotor wasn’t going to go to them. For now, he observed; he wasn’t Lotor, their ally. Here, he was Sincline, a fighter that always wore his helmet.

    If anyone knew about him or his generals, they’d recognize the armor.
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