Luke Callindor– Zombies! I’ll take the ones on the right. Oddly fast and aggressive for undead though.
Timoran Wrath– I do not think they are zombies. They do not smell like corpses and are more interested in the objects around them than eating.
Sari– I think this is that Black Friday thing we’ve heard about.
Luke– When did we hear about that?
Delvin Cunningham– It’s been on all of those TV shows that the author has been watching when he isn’t writing. Guess he’s still nervous about finishing the last first draft of Legends of Windemere that he’ll ever write.
Nyx– Does anyone hear crying?
Sari– No . . . Where did all of that stuff come from, Nyxie?
Nyx– Why should those mobs of people have all of the fun? Besides, there’s this Internet thing that has stuff now and on something called Cyber-Monday.
Fizzle– Nyx bought Fizzle apples. Fizzle like this holiday.
Timoran– I do not see what the point of having so many machines is. These are called video games systems and it looks like you have ten of each kind.
Sari– You guys have to see how many dresses, shoes, and types of lingerie are in this closet. Come to think of it, I don’t remember there being a closet here before.
Delvin– We don’t even have a TV to watch all these shows, movies, and . . . I have no idea what these disks are for.
Trinity– Who covered my room’s walls in televisions!? Not to mention my heirloom chandelier has been replaced by a film projector. I don’t even have the remotes for any of this stuff.
Luke– There’s seven grand pianos over here!
Sari– None of us even know how to drive a car!
Lloyd– I’ll take that . . . Well . . . c-ya!
Timoran– None of this makes sense. The author has no idea about this, so where did it all come from?
Nyx– They had sales. I had a lot of gold and gems. Apparently, that’s all I needed.
Delvin– We’re really going to have to talk about budgeting.