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Post by Faith on September 21st 2014, 4:48 pm

Faith had visited Twilight Town that day to do some grocery shopping. Why shop when she didn't really have a place to live to begin with? Well, she still needed to eat. She stored food on occasion to various, quiet places where she was pretty sure nobody visited often; the Old Mansion in the forest was one of these. Its not that she needed food, anyways, cause she was dead. Sort of. It was complicated and she didn't feel like thinking about it too hard. She just liked the taste of food sometimes, y'know. The puppeteer wasn't quite sure if she was happy that she couldn't starve anymore or not, though. Probably was a good thing, but she would like to feel it some time. She didn't remember what it felt like, honestly.

Some of her lovely dolls floated around her as well. Three Shanghai dolls and Two Hourai dolls seemed odd in comparison to the other townsfolk who didn't have magical, floating dolls, but that most likely meant that nobody would mess with her. She just wanted to interact with others as little as possible today. She just wanted to grab something to eat so she wouldn't forget what tasting things was like and then rest somewhere in peace. Er, not the dead kind of rest in peace. Faith didn't really like puns about her being dead.

The girl was passing through a marketplace, her dolls being more relaxed than she was about the situation and casually having banter in their own language. Faith didn't try to understand them; if they needed her, they would point it out, and her dolls knew this. For now she looked around and withdrew herself slightly to see what she actually wanted. Faith didn't have a preference today, so she could take her time.

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