Divine Intervention - Part Two
The ties we bind, the ones we break
“A city, my dear?” a white furred ferret asked without moving its muzzle. “We could aim for so much more, you know? I’m okay with starting it there, but shouldn’t we spread it out after it has begun?”
The ferret with a female voice was irritated, but still eager to start. In front of the ferret, there was a table with two chairs. On one of these chairs, the ferret was sitting in comfort and focused the mammal on the other side of the table. A white furred moose answered to the ferret, and while the male voice spoke, the appearance of the moose began to flicker for some seconds.
“Yes, just a city. The limitations of that environment will make this game even more exciting, I think. It will let you focus on the important things; on every little detail, they have to offer. Every emotion, every thought, every idea and every hope. Wouldn’t it be fun to see that? To feel it, l