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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.


The waitresses questions punctuated her claims that time did not pass within the walls of the restaurant -or whatever this place truly was.-

"It certainly is a different world now," he replied simply. "A better one, I would say. But before I elaborate, I must ask... what is the purpose of this 'manager' trapping people with power? What becomes of them? I get the sense none of them are here now or are the first? " After the waitress responded he would follow up, "And how do we find this Child of the Abyss? We WILL have our friend back now before we do anything else."
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“No one traps Granite Quarry!” Granite said standing his full height of over twelve feet. He folded his arms across his large chest and frowned. He looked down at the little waitress and waited impatiently. He tapped a foot on the ground which caused not only as loud thud each time but also made the room rumble and vibrate. “Gimme back da nice Psycho Lady, now!” Granite said loudly. It was apparent that he was not speaking just to the waitress but to whatever entity was running this place.

“She is my friend and you will give her back now!” Granite demanded. He was not used to being agitated, however, he was hungry, denied lunch and told that he was now trapped in some weird dimension. Granite had had enough and he was getting to the point where he would start punching through the walls to get him and his friends out. “Lass chance! Friend! Now!”


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She felt like she'd been walking for what was hours even though it was not anywhere close, and each door she opened led to another strange, unknown dimension or world, some more horrible, some not so horrible.

“It is cute you know.” the little girl's voice said.

“What is...?” Kellis replied.

“Your friends. They believe they can save you, but no one can save you, not from this place.” the little girl said with a giggle. “I take great pride in my hallway... meticulous care of it. And I will never let you out. Nor will you ever find the doorway out.”

Kellis grinned. “Ah a challenge. We shall see about that child... We shall see..”

Meanwhile the waitress would continue talking to the two new soon to be prisoners.

“I... I do not know why he take them, only that he does... I do not know what it is. We, the wait staff are the only ones who know of this and we are allowed passage through this space.. We believe there is a way out. The sigils are maintained daily... and we believe they can be destroyed, then the grip outside of time will loosen and we may be able to slip back into the world. As for The Child of the Abyss...” she whispered. “No no, we cannot find her, she is worse than the manager. He tried to capture her but it did not work out so he made a deal.. a deal-” Granite's bellowing caused her to squeak.

“No, please keep it down! The manager-” Silence filled the air and she turned pale white, as did all the other wait staff.

A loud clanking sound was heard, followed by what sounded like several locks being opened and a massive, door slowly opening. In walked a fairly well dressed man in a black 3 piece suit. His skin was pale as snow and he had slicked back, blonde hair and crystal blue eyes. He smiled as he walked by everyone, who bowed to him before he looked towards Granite and Jerimiah. That one look was filled with so much malice, malevolent energy and pure disdain for life that it made the waitress shriek back in terror.

In a blink of an eye he was standing in front of the duo, smiling. “Mmmm, my my... such rage from such a simple mind” He smiled at Granite. “Get the man some food.” He then looked to Jerimiah. “You are the brains hmm? Well welcome to my humble diner. Tell me, why is your friend causing such a distraction?”

The waitress meanwhile was terrified as she kept her head lowered. He glanced at her and his smile dropped.

“Please sire... I.. I said nothing I swear!” she whispered.

“Of course not... Go fetch his [sign in to see URL]..” At the word “dear” she froze up and tears began to fall down her face.

“[sign in to see URL] sire.. I have a child... I did not..-” He shot her a look and she slowly rose up, then would begin to sulk away.

“As I was saying. Please gentlemen, have a seat, and tell me of your troubles hmm?”

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Jeremiah stepped away from Granite Quarry as his frustration became clearly visible. So went the initiative and any chance of subterfuge but all would not be lost. The waitress tried to quell Granite's ravings but stopped short and Jeremiah too heard the noise of locks freeing themselves.

He fell silent as they were joined and considered the 'man' that approached and then paid particular attention to his suit. A cursory glance at the waitress seemed to tell them all they needed to do. Trouble had arrived.

He arched an eyebrow; he didn't approve of the man suggesting that Granite was a simpleton or putting him down in favor of Jeremiah who was himself far from perfect. It showed bad manners.

"We came here with another and she has been gone for some time. While we appreciate your... hospitality and your staff has been very kind, we would prefer not to proceed any further until she joins us once again."

After his brief exchange with the waitress, Jeremiah added, "Are you the manager? Can you see that this is arranged? Then we may eat and converse with you if you wish.

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Granite was not impressed by the blonde man. He was even less impressed by the ‘simple mind’ remarks. Were Granite a naturally violent man he would have snatched the little man up and broken him in half. Luckily for the blonde man, Granite hated violence. He especially hated unnecessary violence. Instead he simply frowned and let Jeremiah do the talking.

Granite’s ears did perk up at the mention of food though. He was still starving and the blonde man offered food. “I’d like da beef wit broccoli, Mister manger guy.” Granite snorted as he spoke in what was to him a hushed tone. Granite shook his head in the affirmative when Jeremiah asked for their friend to be returned to them. “Yeah, dats right. Bring back da nice psycho lady!” Granite demanded. With that he walked over to what appeared to be a solid oak table. Granite sat down using the table as a chair. The wood groaned under his immense weight but Granite did not seem to pay any attention. Finally, the table gave way underneath him and with a loud crash, Granite was on the floor again this time with splintered wood strewn around him.

“Son of a…” Granite said looking embarrassed. If he could have blushed, he would have but his stone skin would not allow it. With a groan he got up from the mess. “Cheap junk.” He growled looking back at the blonde man with a scowl.


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Kellis was beginning to get angry, although she showed no outwards appearance of it. She paused and touched her chin.

There was something odd about this place. This “space” which seemed to exist outside of the known laws of physics… The girl had said something interesting, that she takes METICIOUS care of HER hallway. Throughout her life, due to her psychic power, she’d traveled the astral realm, fought for and against alien intelligences, even against beings who called themselves god. And one thing these overly talkative, creatures took pride in was things which were THEIRS. She reached to her side and ignited the plasma saber.

The red light and low hum of her plasma saber caused a glow down the entire hallway. She smirked now and looked around. “Well, if you won’t let me out, I will just have to let myself out.” She said.

“What do you think you’re doing? Nothing can penetrate-“ she shrieked as Kellis plunged the plasma saber into the floor of the hallway. It was a slow process, but it would eventually burn right through the material.

“How DARE YOU damage my hallway!” the little girl whined.

“I warned you to not keep me here. You underestimated my power, which will be your undoing. I will cut this room to shreds. I will peel back every wall, slice open every floor board, leave no door undone. It may not kill you, but it’ll ensure you’ll have to spend all your time repairing my damage instead of doing…whatever it is you do.”

“NO! I will not be treated this way by a mean lady!” the girl’s voice said. The hallway began to shake and at the other end, a being wearing what looked like samurai armor would appear. Its mass was black and inky, and it carried on its hip a blade which looked to be forged of some kind of dark energy, or perhaps space itself.

“Now you will have to be punished…”
Kellis grinned, holding her saber in her hands. “Finally, you are going to do things my way… We shall see who will be punished..”

Meanwhile the manager frowned, eyes locked on Granite as he put his hands behind his back. A different waitress, the Asian one, would arrive with food for him. “Yes, well our furniture was not made to hold boulders I’m afraid.” He said before looking to Jerimiah.
“Your friend? Ah yes, I’m afraid I cannot bring her back… Because I did not take her. She wandered to a place she should not have and there is no-“ the building shook slightly and he looked… surprised.

“Be that as it may, I am afraid neither of you will be leaving either. For you see, I have a specific need of the power which lies inside of you.” He smiled now as there were massive footsteps now echoing through the place. The two would see a very large man, made of rock, with a club in his hands approach them.

“Kill them. But do not destroy the bodies. Their energies will provide power and food for the engine.” He would turn to leave. And on the rock man’s shoulder, a smaller, Gollum looking creature would peer from behind his head.

“eheheheh… blood for the blood god ehehgeheheh *HACK COUGH* he said, spitting up acid flim which burned the floor.” AIEEEEE!” he jumped towards Jerimiah as the massive rock creature tried to bash in Granite’s head.

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The manager's sudden change in demeanor was warning enough and Jeremiah reached inside his suit jacket. Arrival of the two combatants was merely proof that the situation had grown from problematic to dire. He took a pair of steps backward upon sight of the rocky behemoth and troll-like counterpart. He smashed a vial of blood in his hand, the glass cutting into his hand and mixing small specs of his own blood with the foreign blood in the vial. The bloodied hand moved through the air toward the ceiling in a vertical motion. A trail of blood-red energy followed his fist, forming a spiked, arced barrier between him and the leaping 'gollum.'

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Granite sighed as the two agitators approached from nowhere. The smaller one leapt at Jeremiah with intent. Granite shook his head. “Whys its always gotta be violence?” he muttered. Granite’s powers extended beyond that of just strength and resilience. He could control and manipulate earth matter itself. In any other place, he could dissolve and crumble the rock beast with a mere wave of his hand. This was not any other place. For some reason the power did not function and Granite resigned himself to physical combat.

“Fine! But I don wanna hear you cry when I whoop yer candy ass!” Granite chuckled. He balled his fists and launched himself at the large rock man to rip him a new one. The big creature took a swing at Granite which he dodged underneath. He slid behind the opponent in the same motion and wrapped his arms around the enemy’s waist. With a yank he lifted the monster over his head and in a move reminiscent of a professional wrestler, Granite suplexed the rock giant on to one of the other heavy wooden tables. The table shattered under the weight of the two easily spraying shards of wood in every direction. Granite raised up from the ground with a smirk and waited for the enemy to rise at which time he shot out a hand and waved the enemy on to bring it. Though Granite hated violence, this was his kind of fight and he was going to enjoy it.


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 The goblin screamed as it was impaled seemingly on the spiked barrier. It would then “Feign” death and fall to the ground, only to laugh and swipe at Jerimiah’s ankles to try to knock him to the ground to pounce on top of him if successful.

“Blood for the blood god!” it screamed the entire time as it laughed creepily. “I kill you, we leave ehehehe!” as it spoke Jerimiah would notice that the spikes had caused something strange… It had split in TWO and the second was forming slowly, from a puddle of blood in the corner.

Meanwhile Granite would have indeed suplexed the creature through the table, sending food, splinters and debris flying in all directions. As the suplex ended the rock creature rolled to his feet and roared at Granite, the roar shook the building.

“I’m going to grind you into pebbles!” it charged him in a full on spear, attempting to tackle him to the ground to begin a ground and pound on the rock man. Although the floor would wheeze and groan, it would never break, only bend.

The manager watched this curiously, and with slight annoyance as his shop was being destroyed.

Suddenly the air began to pick up, and what sounded like shattering glass echoed throughout the building a sound of a young girl screaming was followed up with “reality” seeming to shatter like said glass. And out of the portal into a dimension which looked like room upon room, Kellis stepped out.

She looked like she’d been a fight, with a few deep cuts on her arms and stomach and back, and bruises on the side of her face, and she looked rather angry. The “Lightsaber” glowed ominously as she looked to the seals which were restraining her two partners power.

“It is unfair to not allow my compatriots to act at their full power…” She said and hurled the “Lightsaber.” It flew through the air in an arc and struck the first sigil, which caused the room to tremble with power before an oppressive force seemed to vanish.

“Now my friends, vanquish your assailants..”
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The comments regarding the supposed 'Blood God' weren't lost to Jeremiah but the extent of the goblin's talents were unknown to him. Lost in thought he was knocked off his feet like a rookie. The goblin's follow up strike, however, would go unrealized. A red aura like flowing water swirled about his body and picked him up off the floor and allowed him a hover.

“Blood for the blood god you say? What do you know of bloody you silly silly creature." Red mists flowed from Jeremiah's eyes as he reached a hand toward the puddle of blood that was allowing a second gollem to step through into their midst. Blood soaked runes formed in the air near his fingers as he used his magics to attempt to seize control of the puddle portal but he was suddenly denied.

Something seemed off, like his powers were being muted. Instead of his magicks working as they should, the puddle of blood twisted and faces appeared within.

"Power... Girl? Miss Ainsworth?" His eyes narrowed to make out the scene playing out in the portal, a look into another place, another time. Then he saw himself and a terrible terrible force rip him asunder while shouting at the other Tribunals in warning. All this unfolded as Kellis rejoined them and destroyed the power-siphoning sigils.

“Now my friends, vanquish your assailants..” He heard Kellis say. Filled with doom and dread, Jeremiah felt he no longer had the time for these impish monstrosities, and inverted the properties of the blood puddle portal to instead -pull- the two creatures back through it, sharp nasty teeth forming inside the blood to tear and chew them apart as they passed through.
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