“Man oh man,” I exhaled. It was half-past twelve, according to my cellular device. The bright LCD

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“Man oh man,” I exhaled. It was half-past twelve, according to my cellular device. The bright LCD screen of the computer illuminated my eyes of little sleep from a full night of anime. Bowls upon bowls, derived of noodles, cover the entire surface area of my desk. The bowls only left the lingering sent of the various flavors of broth. The one that stood out the most was the kimchi flavored broth. Tasting the smell, it had the flavor of a pickle soaked in brine, with a hint of sweetness from the napa cabbage, and a small kick of heat from the various spices kimchi is fermented in. Feeling the strange urge to play some video games, I decided to load up my JRPG. Before while booting up however, I felt like someone or something was watching…show more content…
With stitching also on the shoulder blades connecting the front and back pieces of armor together. The thread for stitching had to be durable enough and allow free movement. Small strips of leather the size of yarn soaked in pig fat were used. The soaked strips easily flowed through hands. They were slimey to the touch, however when held tightly, firm like freshly cooked al-dente noodles. Unbeknown to the common eye, the breast piece was enchanted by a magical spell, dyeing the armor to whatever season it was currently in game. The armor was the color of orange brown, allowing blending in with the autumn leaves. However, with keen-eyes one could see a shimmer of an infinitesimal purple hue encasing the armor, a chink in the armor allowing my character to be exposed. Encasing his hands were plated iron gauntlets. Each and every finger had iron plates placed on top of each other creating a sort of iron scales with each piece exposed. This continues throughout the whole hand with the plates getting bigger, eventually encasing the hand. Held in both his hands, was a composite bow made of ivory and wood. The wood was of raven-black ebony polished to sheen. Dragon horn was used for the ivory. It took my character some time to carve it to size for the bow. Sanding down the ivory removed the chocolate grime on the horn leaving left a magnificent pearl-white color. With my character in tow, I began my quest for the so called

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