Riot the Xentrilis
Legacy Name: Sark
The Storm Magnus
Age: 13 years, 8 months, 2 days
Born: May 16th, 2007
Adopted: 3 years, 3 months ago
Adopted: October 17th, 2017
- Level: 12
- Strength: 31
- Defense: 28
- Speed: 29
- Health: 28
- HP: 28/28
- Intelligence: 36
- Books Read: 36
- Food Eaten: 0
- Job: Part-Time Test Subject
"What happened to the cat?"
It was a simple question, one that made everyone turn to each other and think.
"Thirteen Days." Sark spoke up. "It has taken someone thirteen days to realize the cat has died."
Heads swung to the eldest sibling. Parents looking baffled.
"When did THAT happen?"
"How? She was only 8!"
"She was healthy!"
Saemus merely tilted his head, pale straw-blond hair flipping to the side, eyes narrowed in thought. "Hess.... had a college assignment two weeks ago." The calculating cogs clicking along. "On Quantum Mechanics?"
"Quantum Theory, specifically : Schrödinger's cat." Sark supplied.
Saemus mouth hung open, eyes bugging in pure horror. "That.... that... THAT'S THEORETICAL!!" He screeched standing straight in horror. "The whole thing is a thought exercise! A purely....hypothetical...ponder! It... HOW COULD HE!?" Hands and arms flaying in complete randomness. Mother ducked a hand as Saemus stalked to the kitchen counter.
"Hess made a point of providing a physical element to the exercise." Sark offered with an air of nonchalant.
Saemus spun, pivoting on his narrow heal. "YOU!" he pointed to Sark. "YOU HELPED Hess Kill the CAT?" The screech was near ear-splitting.
"It was an unfortunate result." Sark stated. "One we both regret."
"Then WHY is there no replacement cat!?" Saemus demanded. "At least PRETEND it is the same cat!"
"My own experiment." Sark gave a slight shrug. "Of how attentive this family truly is to the surroundings."
Saemus leveled his annoyed gaze to Sark. "You realize three of us have been at camp for a week?" He sneered.
"Indeed." Sark nodded. "Mother, Father and Swave have not been away."
"Leave me out of this." Swave snipped.
Both parents frowned realizing the implications of.
Saemus glared at Sark, stomping away muttering things under his breath about stupidity and siblings.
Clearing his throat, Xander looked to his eldest son. "So.... what else have we failed to observe?"
The question had Swave standing and walking away from the table without looking back. Quickly following Saemus up stairs.
Sark smirked. "it is up to the parents to observe. I am not a tattle tail."
Both parents sighed loudly. "oh." Was all mother could think to say. "oh."
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