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Wammy's House: Ch.7Wammy's House: The First Case Ch.7
"Watari? Why would he know about Jeremy Armstrong?" Mello asked.
"Have you already forgotten who he is?" L said.
"ehh oh, that right! He's the founder!"
"You know, you really should remember who the founder is"
"alright, jeez I only forgot once!"
"Well anyway, Watari should be able to inform you. If not, he should be ale to contact Wammy's House for you"
"Ok, where is he?"
"I believe he's in the kitchen"
When the three entered the kitchen, they saw Watari creating a delicious looking chocolate cake.
"Watari" Near said.
"Do you recall the name Jeremy Armstrong?"
"He's the one with the multiple personalities"
"ah, yes! Why?"
"He's just been murdered"
"really? By the same person as the others"
"That's certainly odd"
"Well, the strange thing is that all the records of his MPD are left out of his profile"
"You're sure it's the same man?"
"No, That's why we need you to contact Wammy's House and ask if the
Wammy's House: Ch.6Wammy's House: The First Case Ch.6
"Yea, fine. I guess it would work better like that" Matt said, regarding L's advice of 'working together'.
"Some break that was" Mello sighed, "All we did was work. You really can't take breaks in this job, can you?"
"Unfourtantly, no" L responded.
"Alright, well let's begin looking through the new data" Near stated. "We should probably figure out whether this was possibly the intended victim"
"Yea, here we go again" Matt sighed.
"Speaking of which, where exactly is the data?" asked Mello.
"Well, who had it last?"
"I think I did I left it on the table over there" Matt said, pointing to the small table cluttered with paper and chocolate wrappers.
"Ok, well, it's not there anymore" Mello said.
"Sorry, were you looking for this?" L interrupted, holding up a huge pile of paper.
"Yes, why did you have it?" Mello asked.
"I like to keep up with the case"
"Don't tell me you've already solved it!"
"I have my theories"
"That's ridiculous!" Mello
Wammy's House: Ch.5Wammy's House: The First Case Ch.5
After L had contacted the police, and argued with them about why the interviews should be held again, it was just a matter of waiting. This meant a whole lot of analyzing and re-analyzing the data. Unfortunately, the three could get nothing more out of it. Eventually, they decided to take a break and all have a well-deserved nap. A few long and boring days passed before they received an urgent call from the police.
``Hello?" L said, as he took a seat in front of the computer, and held the microphone up to his mouth.
"We have urgent news. There has been another murder" said the police chief on the other end of the line.
"You're sure it was done by the same person?"
"They had a Fleur di lis necklace around their neck"
"It couldn't have been a coincidence?"
"It couldn't have been someone trying to appear to be done by the same person?"
"no, the case wasn't made public"
"alright. Please send me the profile of the victim, crime scene photos, and neckl
Wammy's House: Ch.4Wammy's House: The First Case Ch.4
So, after L and Matt finally managed to convince Near and Mello to go on a trip through Toronto, they all headed out to go exploring. They agreed that the should first stop at the CN Tower.
When they reached the CH Tower, they saw how large it actually was. "Wow" both Mello and Matt gasped in unison. "It's huge!"
"Well, It is the tallest free standing tower in the world" mentioned Near.
"That's true" They said.
"Let's go in, shall we" suggested L.
"Shall we look at the glass floor," L asked, once they got inside the building.
"yea, sure" and so, they headed up to the glass floor. When they go there, they saw a woman, and a little girl standing there. The little girl looked rather worried.
"Mommy! It's gonna break" she yelled.
"Don't worry honey, it won't"
"Yes it will!"
"Actually, did you know that the glass is stronger than the cement?" L interrupted. The little girl just stared at him with a wide-eyed expression on her face, before running and
Wammy's House: Ch.3Wammy's House Ch.3
After the four went through customs, they took a taxi to the hotel. When they arrived at their rooms, which was the largest suite at the hotel, the three kids were surprised to see Watari already there. "Hello," he said "L, I have set up the arrangements for the meeting with the police. It will take place in exactly fifteen minutes"
"Thank you very much Watari" L responded. "Now, I should tell you that, although you will be handling this case, I will be speaking. It will not be known that you are helping me."
"Cause' we're just kids, right?" That's stupid" Mello remarked.
"For once, I agree with Mello" Near added.
"Yeah, so I, we're smarter than most of them anyway" said Matt.
"I know, but that's just the way things will have to go" The next fifteen minutes was very silent. Nobody wanted to talk, nor had anything to talk about. Instead, they all waited in anticipation to find out what kind of case it would be.
"L," said a voice from the adjoining room.
Her CatalystAs she walks through the maelstrom, the words trace upon the tips of her fingers and press into the stone. Every brick, every crack in the concrete, every crossed and angular stroke in reds and blacks and oranges. The drips of the gasoline pool around the base of her boots, slosh as she steps over the burst pipes and the rubble.
So much rubble. So little outcry. The silence of the city grates on her eardrums and the mantras she'd been forced to memorize. The Seers demanded they observe thirteen years of recitation before they attempt to weave their first World together.
But who other than the Seers can claim the incantations that knot the skeins they twist and pull on like reins hold fast? When have any of the Sisters recorded the visions they traced upon space-time and recited them, left them open for critique and discussion and debate?
Which is why she walks through the chalky soot of the smashed city around her. This all
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