Jan 17, 2012

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Phi Brain episode 15

Alright, one final post before bed shouldn’t be a problem. I wanted to do this one now because I’m a day behind on it. But, after completing this post, I can finally say that I’m once again on schedule and that I have regained my normal pace.

Anyway, Kaito’s last few days have been chaotic ones. He discovered Luke’s true personality, he got hospitalized whilst solving those puzzles and he might just end up losing a friend or two. Sure, Kaito got released from the hospital, but he couldn’t get Luke out of his head. His friends ended up cheering him up, or at least they tried to, but it didn’t really have any effect.

Kaito was enraged by what he discovered, especially since it came to light that they have been pursuing his friends as well. He decided to get out of bed, get dressed and head out to find Luke. He went to Luke’s old room, hoping he would find clues. It turns out that he practically lived his entire life in captivity, spending his days trying to think of new puzzles. It’s Kind of sad when you think about it.

Neither Kaito nor his friends could continue their lives peacefully. It was only a matter of time before yet another POG Giver approached them to hand out yet another puzzle. This week’s puzzle was interesting.  They had a copy of Stonehenge in the shape of the moon. The objective was to find the correct route by using the moonlight. Find the correct route and you leave the puzzle, leave the puzzle and you’ve solved it.

Ana, the idiot who got trapped inside the puzzle, managed to find the one spot where he would be safe when the stones came falling down. It’s a good thing too, a few seconds later and he would’ve been dead thanks to Cubic and his weird inventions. It seems that Luke wasn’t always bad, he used to be a good kid before all of those scientists messed with his head.

I bet Kaito noticed it too. He’s bound to show some compassion towards him now, that’s part of this character’s personality. Still, we haven’t yet discovered whether or not Kaito is or isn’t a Phi Brain Child, so there’s a lot more to come!

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