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H e r m i o n e ([personal profile] bibliophile_annex) wrote2012-07-21 05:26 am

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[Private to Yurippe.]

I'd like to hear more about your plans concerning sending a message to the Malnosso? I've tested my powers extensively [Between naps.] and they are greatly reduced. Regardless, if I can help, I will. I just need to know what direction you're taking.

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[Private to Pascal.]

It's amazing the difference a little rest makes. [She looks much better. There is more color on her cheeks, her wounds are either healed or healing and her hair has been Charmed so the frizziness is gone.]

Have you explored the village? If not, I think we should start there and then branch out into the less obvious attributes of Luceti.

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[Private to Luke Skywalker.]

Thank you again for coming to get me. If I can ever return the favor, please let me know?

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I wasn't sure about this place when I first arrived, but it is proving to be quite fascinating. I almost don't mind losing some of my abilities [Or, rather, the intensity of them.] in order to meet those I never thought I would [More like: "could meet".].

If Luceti really is located in another dimension, it makes me wonder how many other dimensions there might be. Of course visiting them and keeping a tally would probably be a nightmare, but it is interesting to think about.

[She is slowly braiding her hair, sitting cross-legged in a chair. Over-all, she looks much better than she had on her arrival.]

For those I haven't met, my name is Hermione Granger. [A faint smile crosses her lips.]
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[personal profile] truthin_bones 2012-07-21 02:46 pm (UTC)(link)
According to most physicists, the multiverse is thought to be near infinite. However, if I recall, there are at least three different schools of thought currently considered. It is a... very hypothetical topic and one I never took seriously until my arrival here in Luceti.

[She pauses for a moment and then grins.] I must admit, that as an anthropologist, the diversity of individuals here has been one of the few redeeming qualities of this place.