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2013-02-24 05:47 am (UTC)
Somehow, Roxas doubted his mirror self was stupid enough to make it harder for someone to help him. Man, he really needed to learn more about his mirror self, but it didn't seem like he kept any kind of journal and figuring out how he dealt with the others was proving to be kind of tricky. Well, at least he knew now what kind of relationship his mirror self had with Sora and Ven. For their sakes, he kind of hoped they wouldn't remember any of this when they finally got out of this universe.
Roxas knew Maes had some first aid experience, having been patched up before. He didn't know that about MakubeX. Still, they weren't here anymore, so that left others needing to fill in. At least this time wasn't severe. It was, however, painful and he was going to be out of action for a while.
Thinking out loud was kind of hit or miss with being helpful, though it had been this time. Roxas wasn't complaining... yet. He didn't really want to move and he might have argued the point if Xion didn't remind him that at least some of the others were... not themselves. That was a good enough reason not to stay put. "Yeah, I think so."
That was a pretty strong hint. It also seemed like everyone who was mirrored was blatantly petty, cruel and selfish and traits they still had from the normal universe, if any, were the ones mostly likely to complicate things. Sora's stubbornness and competitive streak came to mind in this case.
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