Govenite has a minion!

Arnold the Book Worm


The Nostalgic Noktoa
Owner: sauvage

Age: 3 years, 1 month, 2 weeks

Born: December 5th, 2015

Adopted: 3 years, 1 month, 2 weeks ago

Adopted: December 5th, 2015


  • Level: 53
  • Strength: 16
  • Defense: 10
  • Speed: 10
  • Health: 10
  • HP: 10/10
  • Intelligence: 65
  • Books Read: 55
  • Food Eaten: 11
  • Job: Book Shelver

How many years has it been? I am not sure… I could tell you how many books it has been: precisely 789 books since Govenite last saw Amy.My name is Arnold and I am probably Govenite’s only friend. He used to be so loved, with shiny button eyes and stain-free felt feathers. Nowadays, his button eyes do not have the same gleam and his felt feathers are matted and frayed with stuffing spilling out from open seams. Govenite met Amy when he was newly created, made by her great-grandfather. Oh boy, was he smitten with her. And I believe she loved him, too, as much as a human can love their toy. But then, she grew up and soon Govenite was replaced with homework and dances and slumber parties with actual people - not her stuffed toysEven that was not the worst of it, though. For at least Govenite could still revel in her presence. He may not have gotten to interact with her directly, but he still got to watch her grow. Like the difference of being an actor in a play, improvising and constantly working to keep up, and being the audience, appreciating the development of the storyNo...the worst of it was when Amy left. Neither of us know where to. But one day she was there, packing a few of her things, and the next: gone. At first, her parents would come into her room, just to look or to go through old photos. Eventually, they stopped coming in, too.Amy’s room became a tomb after that. Leaving behind her physical presence of having been somewhere once: her bed, her books, her Govenite. But that essence of child was gone. And then the tomb became just another room. After Govenite finished reading all the books and all the magazines in Amy’s room, he was pleasantly surprised when her parents came back into the forgotten tomb again, to drop off boxes of more books for him. Occasionally, they would drop off boxes of old clothes, too - all far too big for Govenite or for myself. How silly of them, to think we would have need of winter clothes or of old paintings and kitchen utensils.How silly, humans can be.

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