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the star which shines for me
magical girl sasuke faceplants on luthien

This witch has been annoying - more twisted spatially than she's used to, and she can feel it (her, probably, she needs to keep reminding herself that witches are people...) moving even as she fights her way to the center. Which is unpleasant - she doesn't like being dropped somewhere other than where she got in.

Still, nothing for it. She doesn't have Sakura along, so this is a bit more of a slog than usual, but Sue does eventually knock enough holes in the central witch - something out of an M.C. Escher painting - that she collapses and the labyrnth dissolves, depositing Sue in a forest.

Sue rolls her eyes, groans, and douses - and doesn't feel any local grief seeds.

She springs up - but can't fly past the canopy, the trees blocking her. She lands again, eyes the branches, and contemplates shooting her way out and how much of a bad idea that'd be.

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the star which shines for me
magical girl sasuke faceplants on luthien

This witch has been annoying - more twisted spatially than she's used to, and she can feel it (her, probably, she needs to keep reminding herself that witches are people...) moving even as she fights her way to the center. Which is unpleasant - she doesn't like being dropped somewhere other than where she got in.

Still, nothing for it. She doesn't have Sakura along, so this is a bit more of a slog than usual, but Sue does eventually knock enough holes in the central witch - something out of an M.C. Escher painting - that she collapses and the labyrnth dissolves, depositing Sue in a forest.

Sue rolls her eyes, groans, retrieves the witch's grief seed, and douses - and doesn't feel any local grief seeds.

She springs up - but can't fly past the canopy, the trees blocking her. She lands again, eyes the branches, and contemplates shooting her way out and how much of a bad idea that'd be.