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“Right this way.” The waitresses said as they escorted the trio to the giant table, complete with stone table. “We can take your orders now. But as an appetizer we have steamed rice and broccoli.” As she was talking, a giant bowl of said food appeared on the table with spoons and individual plates for each of them.

There were several sigils on the wall. But they were absolutely ancient. Some even an experienced wizard like Caine may recognize them. One of them was a sigil of “time”, and it was ancient and powerful which basically was a time stoppage sigil. There were others, which may be able to be read which read protection, assault, empower, control, and infinity…

“Hmm interesting.” Psycho said, frowning as she looked around. “The staff here seem to be mindless…” the waitress frowned, looking slightly annoyed, and wrote on a napkin “help us…”.

She looked down at it, then looked back up and sighed. “Well this has taken a turn…”

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Sitting at the large table, Jeremiah's attention was clearly on the markings on the wall and tapestries hung about. "Remarkable," he said silently, less incline to be concerned about the wait staff until the napkin was set down and Kellis remarks.

"And so now one must consider your proverb... is this something our guardianship nature calls out to?" He considered the woman as he spoke. "Or are we unphased and do not care?"
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Granite did not know from symbols and hokey religions. He did, however, know good food and the menu has pictures that made the golem start to salivate. He quickly became antsy waiting for someone to come over and take his order. There were so many yummy looking things on the menu, he was going to order them all.

"Lunch is on me!" He announced. Granite was happy to have new friends and have lunch with them and since he was going to eat mass quantities, he would pick up the tab.

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The White American looking waitress arrived back at their table and smiled, holding in her hand a small notepad as another brought them all drinks. Tea for Jerimiah, water for Granite, and Black tea for Kellis.

“So what can I get you all hmm? The menu [sign in to see URL] frankly anything you desire. We can get you here.” she said to them all. They would notice something else now as well, no one was “leaving”. At least no one was leaving the way they came in at any event.

Also further back into the “infinite” room things would seem slightly off.. Geometry was off slightly. Squares were not quite square, circles, not quite circular. Also the beings themselves seemed slightly off as if something was wrong with them, or “fake”.

She finally looked to Jerimiah and sighed slightly before nodding.

“Yes.” She proclaimed. “We should do something about this if what she says is true. The next time she comes over you should ask her.. see what she says.” she said. “I will go to the restroom.” She stood up and would smile at Shi Ren. “Order me something light please.” she said and would look for the rest room.

Meanwhile the waitress would be on her way back now.

"so, are we ready to order now?"
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Jeremiah had taken it all in, as much as he could detect and see with his own eyes and feel with his attuned senses and experience. He smiled approvingly as Kellis took her leave and when the waitress returned he set a hand comfortingly on Granite's shoulder to interrupt him. He knew the lad was hungry but Jeremiah sensed this was hardly about food now.

"Actually we have," Jeremiah replied. He stood and put on his best smile and smoothed his suit jacket as if nothing were wrong. "I believe we have decided to leave. I am sorry but it doesn't appear your menu has anything of interest. I apologize for any inconvenience," he lied. He watched to gauge the waitress' response. Perhaps she would say -or do- something to change his mind.

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Granite’s face slumped at Jeremiah’s words. They were not going to eat? He was hungry and disappointed, however, the hand on his shoulder told him something was wrong. Without a word, the rock man nodded to the waitress confirming what Jeremiah had said. A sad look sat, etched on to his stone face and he could not hide it. Still he would follow the lead of his new friends. They knew something that he did not and for Granite that was enough.

He looked around the odd room trying to pinpoint what had tipped his friends off about the place, but he was not as witty as they were. He did, however, make note of every being in the place that looked like they could be trouble. If there was one thing Granite knew, it was that he was a magnet for trouble. He remained calm as he sat waiting. His stomach growled loudly but all Granite did was smile as he waited for Kellis to return and the two of them to make their move.


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The tea shop was quite large, far larger than it could physically be unless some kind of reality bending or magic was in use. As she walked the halls, her psychic powers did not pick up many thoughts at all even though she was passing dozens, even hundreds of people.

“No thoughts... Not even surface thoughts…” She said as she came to the bathroom and opened it and entered. It was a lovely place, one which did not fit a tea shop AT ALL. The floors were marble as were the walls, there were large mirrors above the sinks which flowed with very clean and clear water.

“This place is not right.” She said.

The bathroom, for now was empty. She closed her eyes and extended her hand out, searching for minds… Jerimiah, Granite… the two waitresses… And something else… A mass…mind? Suddenly two large, blazing eyes appeared in her mind and she opened her own quickly only to see the fist of a faceless, featureless creature standing in front of her face trying to punch her.

She created a psychic shield, which the creature punched through with ease, and caused her to slide to the side. As this happened her fist shot forward several times, striking the creature several dozen times in vulnerable spots. It turned, even as its sides began to crumble and swung again, which she ducked under and fired a psychic blast outwards, slamming into the creature and crumpling it.

She ran to the door and frowned as she stepped out. The hallway had changed!

“Where the hell am I?”

Meanwhile the waitress would reach down to try to grab his hand, looking worriedly. “Wait! Waist…” She whispered.. “We need help… But we can’t talk here… Please… follow me.” She smiled weakly and then walked towards her servants area, hoping the two of them followed.
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Jeremiah watched the waitress reach for his hand and looked back up to her alarmed, then seeing the worry etch across her face. He turned his head back to Quarry with a pang of regret; the big man was hungry but there was no leaving him behind.

"Our new friend is certainly taking her time," he said offhandedly, speaking of Kellis and wondering where she had gotten to. "Come, Granite, let's see what this urgency is shall we?" He motioned toward the retreating waitress and began to follow.

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Granite grumbled and stood from the table. He pushed the large stone throne like chair back as he stood. The sound of the heavy stone scraping on the floor echoed through the strange place. Granite watched the waitress head off in a scurry with Jeremiah following her. Granite shrugged to himself and followed along.

As they made their way closer to the employee’s area, Granite began to feel uneasy. There was something here, something that made his stomach grumble and it was not hunger. The stone man had no idea what it was or who, but it made enough of a presence to him that even the mountain was unnerved a bit. He watched and looked around, waiting for something to happen. It was not so much that he was worried for himself, no, he was more worried about his new friends.

Granite’s lack of smarts did have an upside. The mountain of a golem was nearly indestructible. Time and time again he had proven that physically he was nearly impossible to put down. His stone skin was nearly impervious to damage and his strength exceeded even some of the Kryptonian heroes. No, it was not his safety he was concerned with and the stone man was ready for anything. Whoever or whatever prevented him from getting his lunch was going to pay!


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“Ugh... This is annoying.” Kellis said as she walked down what seemed like a hallway which stretched on forever. There were a infinite number of doorways down the long, marble hallway. She could hear laughter echoing around her, it was a small girl's voice.

“Stranger in a strange place. My my my are you sooo far away from home hehehe!”

Kellis turned quickly, but saw no one. She closed her eyes, reaching out for a mind, but she found nothing...

“Ahahaha! Your mental powers do not work here.. I know the REAL reason you came... But you're too late, you'll never get them now...! This is my world, and you are going to be here... FOREVER!”

Kellis frowned as she continued to walk. “We shall see young one.. but I will warn you, I suffer no fools, not even children.” She said and would begin to check the doors randomly. Each door led to a different, strange universe. Some were all light, blinding light, others infinite darkness which almost sucked her inside, one was even a giant eyeball peering back.

“I will not be trapped here forever...” Kellis said.


Meanwhile the waitress led them to the waitress area and frowned, closing the door for a moment. “We do not have much time.” The woman said. “this place... it is a trap. A trap set to capture beings with power. I have never seen who actually runs it, I have only seen the manager, but the manager only comes out when there is trouble... He has keys. If you can get the keys you may be able to get out... As for your friend? She most likely has been lost to the child of the abyss. This place, I believe it exists in some kind of realm outside of time. There is no time here, or rather no one knows what time it is, or even what day... “ she looked hopeful now.

“Tell me! How is the outside world! How has the war against the nazis gone so far!? Please I hope we are winning as my husband is serving... Oh I hope my mother is keeping my baby girl until I get out...” she said, pleading with Shi Ren and Jerimiah for answers.
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