"It's a mysterious thing we've been seeing in the sky, and Atticus is saying it's linked to the god Xeren," Chris explained.
"You will be able to trust us," Charles replied. "I am Wellington Robotics Android Number One, or Charles, if you will."
Downtown Freezy: He is great at roleplaying characters like Blackmore and Gabriel, but I think he could manage to be a bit more active.
Endercat TM: Her replies are sometimes tone-deaf, but overall she's fairly good. Could do more work on her character and less spoonfeeding from OW.
Messenger of Heaven: I'm sorry, but Messenger of Heaven has shown zero commitment and made entire plans that will never happen due to her avoiding TDL at all costs. When she does roleplay this season, it's usually spoonfed, and has no substantial effect on the plot.
Octopus Wizard: Octopus Wizard is genuinely fine at roleplays, and his great plans are an excellent help.
Professor Hartington: Professor Hartington needs to work on not baiting us and create characters he is actually serious about adding. When he has replied in RP as Jordan, though, the replies are decent. Could do with being more active and helping make more plans for the overall story.
Quinton1721: Fine roleplayer who should continue to make characters and plotlines, but he should focus more on Marshall Rooke, the character he first got when joining the wiki, who now only says one or two lines per episode that have to have a swear. He spends a bit too much time crafting a ridiculous backstory for Wen Li, and like Professor Hartington, constantly baits us and leaves the RP inactive for days. Could also not put down ideas as much.
South Ferry: South Ferry is just about the best roleplayer here and most of his plans/contributions have shaped the RP into what is today.
TheKorraFanatic: Wonderful roleplayer, just like South Ferry. May need to improve on distinguishing his characters, like Atticus and Blossom, in terms of his replies.
"Of course we remember that!" Chris exclaimed. "I mean, how could we not? It was sure quite an unusual thing to see in the sky."
"So, what do we do now?" Chris wondered.
"How did he witness it?" Charles asked.
"Where are the Changs right now?" Chris wondered. "We have some urgent business with them."
"Well, we don't have Samuel anymore. Hopefully we're not screwed without him." Chris commented.
"Uh, we weren't exactly doing anything here," Chris tensed up. "Hey, is that your mom?"
Chris waved at the man and shouted "Goodbye, Dr. Brownlee!"
"What do you mean, Samuel?" Chris asked. "Don't you think it's a little dangerous, any of us staying in one place by ourselves?"
"Are you saying you didn't accompany us to Remnant Rock?" Chris asked, surprised. "Because it's as clear as day that you did, and haven't left us since. Sounds like a way to get rid of us."
"I wouldn't say I like it, exactly," Chris replied. "Some cities we had quite the rough time, as you've heard. But we should probably head out soon enough."
Chris turned to Blossom and Marshall and nodded, motioning for them to run along. Chris followed, and once they had finally hidden behind a tree, asked, "What's Blackmore even doing?"
"Then let's get some things," Chris said, trying to keep his voice to a whisper. Walking in a way that would not cause people to think they were a unit, Chris led the way and they hid in the back alley behind the grocery store. Once the coast was clear, the group made their way inside.
As the group made their way, Chris looked around at the different buildings. "Okay, we should be careful. The place we go shouldn't be anywhere noisy. I think I see a grocery store over there, that can help us find resources."
"Yes, very different," Chris agreed. He was wearing a white toupee, glasses, a blue t-shirt with a skull on it, and baggy yellow shorts. "Who will ask to open the gate?"
Climbing down from the back, Chris got on the ground and walked towards the other three.
"I am thrilled to leave that thing," he said. "It's quite late now, maybe we should camp here for the rest of the night?"
"It's something that will be very important in the long run," Richard assured Beth. "Just continue working on it. This project is massive."
Chris threw off the Beast and looked over at Li, lying unconscious. "Is he alright? I don't know if we should continue without him."