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Hope Estheim (
2014-05-08 10:31 pm (UTC)
"This place is where worlds are born. Beyond limit, beyond human comprehension; this is a place of gods and miracles."
There was a presence behind Hope's eyes, watching and assessing the situation. Waiting in judgement. He had been watching the girl -- the Seeress -- from the moment she stepped into his domain. Too long he had been unable to see into the Chaos, to form a connection into the Unseen Realm and into Etro's castle. To be blind to parts of his own world unnerved him, irritated him, but it wasn't beyond him.
But human eyes could see chaos, and a human's grasp could extend into a world previous unknown to God.
Such a wealth of knowledge this union has brought. Such depth and understanding, and so much misunderstandings as well -- so many mistakes, so many infantile theories and limited views. So many flaws shaped into a wisdom he had once dismissed as stunted and defective, yet allowed him a greater conversance over being who escaped his control.
Beings who started with the one girl standing in front of him.
Hope Estheim sought to build a future for mankind in a world stagnant because of Chaos. The Chaos was a paradox, the workings of one girl from lifetime to lifetime, generation to generation... but it started and ended with one.
Behind his eyes, another strived to gain access to the Chaos. Access He had been denied.
"Paddra Nsu-Yeul." Hope's tone was heavy with an undercurrent of something more than a human boy. "You have been summoned to a place of the divine to answer for the destruction of the world. Your very presence is a paradox in need of correction."
But this wasn't a trial. Hope was here because of his desires to save people, because... he closed his eyes, halting the burning in his head. More than anything, he needed to save as many people as possible from a dying world.
"Tell me... tell me how to dispel this Chaos."
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