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Re: Return of Evil
« on: January 28, 2014, 02:40:58 pm »
Can I come in now? Not exactly sure of the rules but I'm assuming I can just make up more story to add my character in right? Anyway...Jardeck had been tired of running from his dark master, but finally after many years he had reached his final destination, the monastery of the ninja. Now as his feet limply dragged into the entrance, he knew by what he saw that someone else was more in need of help then him. Rushing over as best he could in his condition, he tried to help the fallen one with his advanced computer brain, but remembered that with his scraggly appearance he might not be welcome, and he might have just made himself the enemy to the ones around him...

    Here is just a side note, I say advanced computer brain but he also feels. There is something like a virus, (to him,) inside his head,which controls the robot half of him, but if it was ever taken out by anything but the Stroiken he would die. (His evil Master made it that way.) His other feelings, (his emotional ones,) come from his real brain, and the two switch back and forth simultaneously till they are almost working in perfect harmony. Because his brains are always trying to connect perfectly, Jardeck struggles with temper, and exhaustion more then most when he is exerted. If the master had figured out how to connect the two parts of the brain perfectly, he would have had no hope, but as it is, he can still save himself from his robot side, (which draws on some emotions making it a struggle always to remain good,) if he finds the Stroiken, the blade of life.
"Demons run when a good man goes to war. Night will fall and drown the sun, when a good man goes to war. Friendship lies and true love dies, when a good man goes to war. Demons run, but count the cost. The battle is won but the child is lost."~River Song, from Doctor Who Season Six.