Ask Prometheus

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Prometheus, did you ever try just taking a normal day? and yes I freely admit you think I'm an Insect, oh, have you tried this line before? "Your no less than dirt"

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I believe we have different standards of normal to begin with. The pursuit of normal to me means nothing to you.

But I don’t need anyone to feed me lines. I try to think for myself. 

Prometheus, If you were to meet a person Like you, who was pretty much permamerged to somthing like a model W, would you sympathize with them? or just send them away? and no, killing is not an option

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Unless I can make use out of them, I don’t care. If they were strong enough maybe I would bother, but otherwise…simply annoying.

Sep 1

If u have someone VERY important in , who would it be and y?

Anonymous

Sep 1

hello, prometheus. (Sup its model P .w./) i see your, 'well' i'd assume.

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Never been better. 

Sep 1

Well, holy crap! I thought Bass was arrogant, but you ... Woah.

Anonymous

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But I am more so?

Who is this? Maybe I should meet them sometime. 

Anon magic! You're suddenly a vampire! Who will your first victim be?

Anonymous

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…It’s not too bad. Interesting. Now that I know it works…I wonder if Master Albert would be surprised.

How do you feel about Serpent? In contrast to Master Albert.

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Serpent was a fool. Give him a little power and he fell right into where I wanted him. It was easy. Simple to manipulate a bug like that. Act a particular part well enough, play your words right and you can get whatever you like. I could sell him or anyone else ice in the middle of a blizzard. 

Master Albert is another matter and I’m not commenting. 

And no sympathy! 

Hey Prometheus in case you haven't notice that the Albert that you killed was actually a dummy body I feel bad for you for not taking down the real Albert that was draining you and pandora

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I don’t need or want your sympathies. 

As for the dummy body, do you honestly believe I would not notice at the end? It was only the moment the single moment I had lived for. You would think that I could tell when it went awry.