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the smoke covers the air from the recent nuclear explosions,
hell and earth have both suffered serious damage but somehow
the last few days have passed seemingly unnoticed by the rest of mankind,
or at least what is left of it,
but my quest must go on,
and now, mankind on the verge of extinction,
and me? caught in middle of it,


iir:
the resting place...

the place unextinguishable, the phase covers light, spiral the seal of continuity...

that was what the book of continuity said about the column of arvis, right?.
what could it mean?

James Stow:
We are now going to the column of arvis? ARVIS!! THE ARVIS from the town of oenitz?

Andzer Stow:
hey!! do you know what is said of that guy!!

iir:
according to schedule... yeah...

James Stow:
are you crazy!!! we just nearly survived!!! and now ARVIS!!

Andzer Stow:
you must be f+cking kidding me...

iir:
well, i don't know much about this Arvis guy,
in fact i don't know much more apart from the books,
see, if you could now tell me something about this Arvis

Andzer Stow:
by the way where did you get this schedule of yours?

James Stow:
Arvis, the ARVIS of the theories of creation and destruction,
and exchange zero,
what can i say about him?
it is said that he began the day the universe began,
an immortal, that has lived since those days,

owner of the most incredible knowledge of creation and destruction,

the last story known of him is more than 1.000.000.000.000 years old.

it is said he created paradise,
then filled it with living beings,
finally burnt it down with everybody inside.

one day he just disappeared,
many people believed him a god.

iir:
so you know about the column of arvis then?

James Stow:
never heard of it before...
but how can you know so little,
and have had access to all those books?
and what is this schedule thing?

iir:
not that i know much,
i was raised normally,
never a normal boy though,
but it seems all this have brought me here,

about the books,
they where mine,
more like hidden where i lived.

James Stow:
still haven't answered about the schedule?

iir:
you know...
you have outgrown your usefulness,
never asked you to tag along.

James Stow:
after all this!!, that is what you have to say!!

Andzer Stow:
Hahahaha, seems you have grown iir.

iir:
huh?

James stow:
let's go Andzer, we don't deserve this.

Andzer Stow:
I may not know how to get there,
but i can help you get there.

James Stow:
What!?
i may be adopted, but are you abandoning me?
your brother!!

Andzer Stow:
shut up!!
do as you please,
aren't you big enough to take care of yourself?
i still have unfinished bussinnes here.

James Stow:
...

iir:
and what do you want in return?

Andzer Stow:
in return i want you to answer my questions about the schedule.

iir:
fair deal,
then?

Andzer Stow:
Then?

iir:
then what do you want to know about the schedule?

Andzer Stow:
what is the schedule for? it isn't one to save the world, is it?
i can see it in your eyes,
since we were in hell they have changed,
kind of remind me of someone else.

James Stow:
What!?

iir:
that was a plan,
this schedule was already programmed,
i'm just in for the chest at the end.

Andzer Stow:
you know something else that is said about arvis?
it is said that in his last years he fell into disdain,
you know, the i hate me, i hate you kind of thing,
and was looking for a way to die,
for him, being an immortal, death was not a selfknown concept,
even scattering his energy around the universe just gave him time,
but in time he grew more and more into it,
to the point that life was unacceptable.

then one day it is said that he stayed consciouss for 100 years building his master piece,
his machine of eternal and perpetual death,
and that is what became the column of arvis.

nobody knows where the column of arvis is,
but i know where arvis made the preparations.

so?

James Stow:
i have never heard of that.

iir:
don't you know what is it about by now?

Andzer Stow:
i can imagine the end...
mass destruction.

James Stow:
you two are insane,
i thought we were saving the earth here,
i'm out.

Andzer Stow:
we were James, the earth was partially saved,
but now it is time for our real purpouse.

...


iir:
on our way then.

Andzer Stow:
so be it.

------
from all that was,
to all, that is,
the end


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The following comments are for "the gate to no time: ch 1 somehow somewhere"
by 08119

@08119
When you submitted this piece, it was submitted as a short story. I recategorized it to "scripts." In my mind, that seemed a more suitable category.

Hopefully, you agree! If not, PM me and we'll discuss it.

Ócháni Lele

( Posted by: OchaniLele [Member] On: May 18, 2009 )





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