All of these clashes. And now we're up to here. He was inactive. Stuck. But a presence had made the being stronger.
A sudden overflow of power radiating from something. The Omniversal Collapse. The sudden entrance.. of many soulless beings.
$^*$% was here now.
As the spherical, cylical dimensions of the Sculpted Worlds had been undone, and the infinite worlds contained within were strewn about the wider and shifting Omniverse, the former Somniverse floated breezily. @% slowly, over a year or so, uprooted itself from its woodsy home, and ventured forth to the very former edge of the Somniverse, gazing now at the vast and unending horizon in front of him.
Sigh. What are you thinking of now, @!%&?
A couple.. working on a coffee machine. It seems to create an infinite amount of coffee. This couple has been working on machines like these for a while now. Ahh, but I've noticed that this one uses three important, and incredibly powerful items; a Dragon Elder Scroll, the Chaos Emeralds, and the Keystone.
What if we could, perhaps, take them? The Omniverse is in our hands, &^$%! Power. Dictatorship. We can rule the Omniverse with our power. Or, well, destroy it maybe.
And nobody will stop us. What do you think, my lady?
Ara, ara! That idea sounds so sweet... I can literally taste it.
Of course! It's a delicious piece of cake, if you would imagine it that way. We may just need to obtain the three items, and we'll be on the path. What I imagine is that we split apart the items to different villains. Making it more difficult for the clashers to obtain them.
It'll also serve as a distraction, in order for us to prepare. However, some may not turn that. So any equations about if any clashers attempt to stop us, if they find out about our existence?
If you are referring to this "Source" that I recall from elsewhere, the blood of the former Omniversal Mind... It might be safe to say that I, along with a few... accomplices, have successfully demolished it. I know that's a fib, but it's so unlikely that most we'll meet will have any knowledge of a 'Fourth World-Sculptor'; it might as well be us! Now such power over everyone and everything cannot be controlled by anyone, which I find to be a relief.
Great! The Source is annoying, anyways. Took up space.
However, even with this Source removed, I still know there are presences elsewhere. Forces strong enough to send this wonderful dream of ours crumbling. Thankfully for us, I have successfully tracked down one of these forces, and sent an agent of mine to take care of them.
Stories aside, the main point here is that we need to track down any other potential problem and eliminate them as soon as possible.
I agree. Although, many powerful champions, or tourneymasters, such as Jade Harley or Undyne, may serve as a threat to us. Some are powerful enough to wipe us out, or distract us...
However, not all powerful beings roaming these lands will be hostile towards all of us. I have met a couple of 'friends', who I might've given a couple of.. changes, let's just say.
Ah, yes. This brings up another very good point. We should all use our powers to our fullest ability, and for the most meaningful uses. Whether this mean summoning entire armies with a single wave of a hand, or perhaps unleashing a powerful death-wave. It doesn't matter. What's important is that we need to make sure that we use our powers intelligently and purposefully. This means that we shouldn't laser-beam a bunch of innocents for the heck of it. Besides, what fun is being a dictator when you've got nobody to rule?
Indeed, $56^2. I believe we saw how thoroughly destroyed such maniacs were a year or so ago, hmm? Perhaps our appearances should be rare.
Any future plans for you in this clash?
Fufufu, you are quite right, %#@&. We don't want to be those maniacs, or whoever else there was. And to answer your next question, I have many plans, %#@&. They are quite complicated, but rest assured, I hope everything follows through as planned.
Mwah. Like you better than the previous person I had spoken with. Not a rude attitude at the least.
The first location I can see is 'Tamriel'. Not modified, as far as I know. The entirety of Nirn, to be specific. We likely won't have much activity in there.
Ara, ara. Is this not where the previous clash ended?
The previous clash did end at this location. However, the original Tamriel is far different from the Clash-modified Tamriel. Things are certainly less awful and jumbled, that is for sure.
I know that, once we steal the items from Undyne and Alphys, they will react negatively. Undyne will automatically be aware that we have intentions to either dictate the Omniverse or completely destroy it, which will lead her to start a clash to gain help from clashers.
The tourneymasters in this tourney, will be protecting the clashers instead of being against them. Funny thing is, the Champions and tourneymasters in this tourney aren't the ones bringing in the clashers and villains.
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@#$%$&8^ @$5 is bringing in the villains.
Aside from that, it may be difficult to wipe out some who are threatening to find us, and are protected by a tourneymaster.
If this is the case, any backup plans?
Yes, I do indeed have backup plans reserved for such a condition. You see, my power is... interesting, so to speak, $!@#$. I could easily divert all the blame onto a mere pawn. Fufufu... they'll be none the wiser....
I am enjoying your plans and ideas so far. But currently, I must go and steal the items while I can.
Ah, very well then. The rest of us shall wait or, perhaps, have our own agendas to attend to.
I will alert you all when the clash begins. Do your own things for now, I will be doing my priority.
Farewell, for now.
Oh man. I totally ship you two!
Somewhere in some city universe, during night...
People wandered the city at night. In cars, or on the sidewalk, it was a peaceful time of the night. Meanwhile, inside of Alphys's lab in an apartment, she was working on something rather... special, with Undyne.
"-so then, with the power of these three things," Alphys started, bringing out the emeralds, the scroll, and the artifacts. "We can make infinite coffee for everyone. I-I mean.. Everyone needs coffee! We're always so tired when we need to be up for work..."
"That's pretty true. And it's also pretty neat." Undyne remarked, connecting an arm onto the machine so it could hold coffee if needed.
Alphys smiled. "Okay, we're done with the body and internal parts. Now we just put in the Chaos Emeralds, the scroll, and the artifacts, and see if it works! Everyone's f-finally gonna have coffee forever!"
They were so excited! Now to just-
"AAAHH!!" Alphys screamed. Something knocked over the machine off the table. The important items scattered all over the floor. "W-what was that???"
Undyne gritted her teeth and formed a golden spear. "Whatever it is, it's not goo-"
Suddenly, punching both Undyne and Alphys right in the faces was a thick shadow arm appearing out of nowhere, throwing them down to the floor as the rest of the shadow-y body began to form. A floating, legless, pitch black creature started forming. Fingers began to split apart and deform, turning into long, large tentacles, and there was seemingly no head...
But then, a couple of purple glowing eyes, along with a mouth with sharp canines replacing all of the teeth, and purple glowing insides, opened up. The creature roared, the echo of this roar being heard all over the city as it grabbed the items, and disappeared with them.
Undyne and Alphys took a moment to get up, trying to understand what that was. "W-.. It got the items.. A-and- it's gonna do SOMETHING w-w-with them! What was th-that..." Alphys exclaimed, rubbing her badly bruised cheek.
The fish warrior grunted. "Whatever that was, it's bad. Really bad. I don't think we can defeat that thing and get our stuff back alone, Alphys!" Undyne yelled, immediately getting back up. A bruise?! Ha! That's nothing!
Undyne formed another spear, helping Alphys up. "C'mon, Alphys. I hate to do this, but this thing's gonna kill all of us with those items if we don't kill it in time. We need to start another tourney." she declared.
"A..Are you sure? I don't know if people would like to be dragged from their universes again and possibly be killed..." the lizard scientist asked.
"Would you rather have a few people die or have the entire universe explode?" Undyne responded. "That's what I thought! Ha! We need to protect any clasher with our lives, if we're gonna keep them alive throughout this iteration."
Alphys scratched her head. "..Yeah. I guess that's reasonable.. I-I'm ready." she said.
"Alright. Let's DO THIS!"
And it all started here.
"Alright, Alphys. I'm gonna go out to look for any edgy scary shadow demons, alright? If you see any people that are out of place in this town, then introduce yourself and tell them that there's this big shadow guy who stole some important stuff, and that we're hunting them down and you're gonna protect them. Got it?" Undyne explained as she held the coffee machine.
"G-got it." Alphys gave a thumbs up as Undyne jumped into the air, landing... somewhere on Nirn. The lizard scientist walked across the road, passing by Imperials as they managed their own buisness. There were a few guards, of course.
Most people here didn't really mind Alphys; they thought she was just some weird looking Argonian.
It wasn't long until the first clasher appeared, confused as to where he was. It was a long-necked alien creature, a visor with green eyes, looking happy on its face. It had blue skin and futuristic armor.
Alphys immediately walked up to the alien. Many citizens stared in absolute terror at this... THING. "H-hi!" Alphys said, looking up at the rather large alien. "I-I'm Alphys!"
"Ah! A fellow extra terrestrial, I see!" the alien exclaimed happily. "IIIIIIII am Captain Suska Leoi! Something had seemingly teleported me to this strange, alien world full of sentient creatures. Do you have any idea where I am?"
"Well, basically instead you teleported from your universe. It's complicated.. But you were sent to this universe because we're trying to get back our three powerful items for a r-really cool machine. Some scary shadow.. thing.. came and stole them, and he might destroy the universe with t-them. So we're hunting him down and we need help." Alphys explained.
Suska looked almost like he completely didn't believe this nonsense. Alphys began to sweat.
The alien gave a feral-sounding growl.
Alphys sweat some more.
"...I see! Sorry, I was just clearing out my throat. My species does that from time to time. So you're saying there's a strange shadow creature, who had stolen your valuable, powerful items. I can always help with such a situation, Alphys! I will travel with you along your adventures, hunting down this defiler and getting back your items!" Suska exclaimed, patting Alphys's shoulder as he walked along the road with her.
Alphys smiled. "I-I'm glad. We should wait for more people to come before we continue. Let's separate for now, I'll go find others so they know, so that they can find others, and they know, and.. stuff.."
Suska nodded, as the two went their own ways to spread the word.
"Finally, freedom!" A man in a rainbow suit bellowed as he appeared in the streets of Imperial City in Cyrodil. He glanced around to see the many races of Tamriel staring at him.
"Are any of one of those villainous people who traveled through dimensions!" Raider said to all of them, spinning around on his feet to get a good look at everyone. He then took notice of a wood elf who he thought looked a bit shifty. Rainbow Raider dashed towards said elf at high speed due to his now extremely strong muscles. He grabbed them by the throat and held them in the air.
"You look like you don't belong here!" Rainbow Raider shouted into the poor elf's face.
"No... I do..." the wood elf stammered between desperate breaths. "Please... let me... go..."
"I think you're lying!" Rainbow Raider screamed before smashing the elf's face into the ground.
As soon as Rainbow Raider did this, countless Imperial guards began to run towards him.
"Aha! A random army! You must all be of those beings I seek to destroy!" Rainbow Raider exclaimed with glee.
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The cartoon whistled across the sidewalk, not minding the guards yelling and slashing at Rainbow Raider as he happily walked. A Breton bumped into him, causing him to fall over.
"Hey! Get outta' my way!" Vault Boy snapped. "Manners!"
"ARE YOU BLIND?!" the Breton yelled into Vault Boy's face. "LOOK!"
The man pointed towards the guards trying their best to stop Rainbow Raider. The mascot scratched his head, before shrugging as the Breton stared at Vault Boy in anger, before running off as a sword was accidentally sent flying next to him.
Vault Boy approached the crowd of guards, with Rainbow Raider in the middle. "Golly! Well, what's happening here?"
Meanwhile, back at Helgen...
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Gaster Dog was strolling past the town of Snowdin to go find his lost ball, then walking past the snowman with the one piece missing. He soon gave up and just laid himself in the snow, looking upwards.
He went to go get a nice cream, even though they were terrible, he still wanted one. Gaster Dog went up to the stand and gave a friendly lick to the guy who always stands behind the stand. He got two and walked past Greater Dog and gave him one and sat down with him.
The two had a conversation and nobody understands the conversation because it is literally just barking.
After a bit of conversing, Gaster Dog suddenly poofed out of existence.
Then he was suddenly sitting on a chair in a house with a man eating dinner. He stole the man's meat and streaked off out of the house, the strange man of course yelling at him.
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This was the first thought of most of the avian tribal members as they simply appeared in the wastes of Morrowind. They saw a great diversity in the lands around them. A perfect thing for any Kroot.
Already, the group had spotted a Netch, and eyed it up for their Shaper masters.
Very quickly, the bird-like Kroot befell the jellyfish-like creature, killing it. As the group was about to feed, a Shaper halted them.
Instead, the Shapers allowed only around fifty Kroot to devour certain parts of the Netch, ensuring they get the most positive results.
As the fifty ate, the others began to survey the area, looking for things to eat.
The small monster looked over the forests of Cyrodil.
"WoWO!!" She exclaimed as she skittered through the underbrush.
Eventually, music could be faintly heard through the trees. Not the usual flutes or any other instruments of the era. No, instead, it was a rendition of the Battle Hymn of the Republic, obviously being played off a radio, and an old and grainy one at that.
The Tem began to follow the music, until she found the source;
Slouched against a cliffside was Liberty Prime, albeit in a terrible state of disrepair. Vines and overgrowth covered the machine, and where they didn't, notable dents and gashes could be seen.
The state of the overgrowth seemed impossible. That kind of overgrowth would take decades..
But Temmie could care less, as she pulled out a large cardboard box, a slot cut out in one side, with the words "tEM SHOp!!1!" and sat inside, awaiting customers next to the fallen metal giant.
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Takumi was enjoying his time alone, hunting. He saw something, and he propped up his rifle. "Feels good to getaway from my little world of technology for once," he said. "Brings back good memories...."
Right as he was about to pull the trigger, though, he felt a vibration in his phone pocket.
"Instagram notification? From Fish-woman? That's odd. She barely posts...."
When he opened his phone and checked the app, the post he saw must have been some sort of elaborate prank. There was a video of a shadowy hand attacking the fish woman and the reptile scientist.
"If it's a prank, that's some really nice special effects." The prince put his phone away and aimed at the deer again. When the deer's head was in the scope, he pulled the trigger, and with a thud, the animal fell to the ground, dead.
"Headshot." The prince regarded his own little victory.
However, as he went to pick up the deceased deer, its head jolted back up, with its eyes glowing. Despite being dead for only twenty seconds, it already had half of its face look rotted. "IT IS TOO LATE," the animal hissed.
Takumi jumped back in surprise and terror. "WOAH! What the heck are y-"
"THE DARKNESS IS ARISING," the animal continued. "YOU TOURNEYMASTERS AND CHAMPIONS MEAN NOTHING TO THE LIKES OF US. YOUR DEMISE. IS COMING. With that, the deer slumped back to the ground, dead again.
A moment passed.
Takumi looked around, checking if the scene was safe. What the heck was that he saw?
Slowly, Takumi approached the deer once more. He lightly put a hand on the deer's neck. He gently lifted its dead head off the ground.
With a sigh of relief, Takumi hoisted the entire animal up. Right as he did this, though, a hand grabbed his ankle. A mechanical hand, that gripped with such intensity, it could easily crush his leg.
Indeed, Bastion's hand was coming out of the ground. As the robot pulled itself up from the ground, using Takumi's leg as leverage, noticeable changes were on the robot. As per usual, Bastion's killing wounds existed on the robot's body. Moss was growing on his armor. Yet his eye did not glow blue. Or even red.
It was a dead eye. No life and no soul. The Hoshidan prince could only stutter out of sheer terror.
"Uh- hey, Bastion! I-it's sure b-been a long time since we last me-"
Instantaneously, the robot tried shooting the prince at point-blank. Takumi felt a bullet penetrate his shoulder. Thankfully, it was his bad arm, but he'll need to find his siblings soon. Or, at least, a healer. But atleast he could still run and shoot, albeit with lowered accuracy.
Takumi began to stumble away from Bation. His old ally appeared to be more like a terminator rather than his original friend. "What's gotten into him," Takumi thought. Obviously, he wasn't reprogrammed. This was a power far, far greater, and he knew this. The question is, what was this power?.
Takumi looked back. The manacing robot still advanced to him, but thankfully, only ever-so slowly.
Takumi could outrun his old ally easy. He felt his legs I've with greater force.
But right as Bastion, or what was Bastion, went out of his line of sight, a rip in space and time tore open. Inside the tear was eyes. Hundreds of eyes. The ends of the rip wore tied together by red ribbons.
"Woah! Who the-"
Bastion walked out of this tear, effectively putting the robot in front of him.
Takumi turned to run around the robot, all while dodging bullet fire. And right as the robot was leaving his sight line, it was teleported-no-gapped in front of him. Every time this gap opened, Takumi swore he heard a woman giggling with sadistic joy.
Takumi kept trying to run from Bastion. But he ran right into the robot, who was leaving another gap, with a thunk. Bastion picked up Takumi in a choke hold.
And it was at this moment when Takumi knew there was no outrunning the robot.
Takumi gingerly raised his rifle to the Robot's head with his good arm, which wasn't shot. "Sorry about this," he gasped as he pulled the trigger.
As the fujin bolt left the robot's head, Takumi felt the robot's grip loosen up. While it was hard to tell with the blank and soulless light of an eye, Takumi had a feeling that this robot had ceased to work. To confirm his suspicions, Bastion slumped over and landed on the ground with a clang.
Not wanting to see more of this strange summoning of the dead, and to find help and possibly answers, Takumi turned and ran.
"AHA! Another one of your kind!" Rainbow Raider shouted with excitement at Vault Boy. Rainbow Raider proceeded to down the guards around Vault Boy in just a single punch each to get to Vault Boy. Rainbow Raider picked up the cartoon quite easily due to his relative lightness and his superhuman strength.
"Paper!" Rainbow Raider bellowed. "You definitely don't belong here! You are one of those villainous beings! You shall be destroyed!"
Rainbow Raider then tilted Vault Boy onto his side in preparation to rip him in half.
I don't even know and even if I did I wouldn't tell you
Ontop the walls of Helgan appeared a rather strange sight, a cartoonish red bottle cap with wiry limbs and an impish smile, in a cheery bubbly voice he raised his left hand and waved to noone in particular, "WEL-COME TO NUKA-WORLD!" Cappy announced, his large eyes drifted over to the side of the wall, where he noticed with alarm that there were not guardrails!
Cappy grabbed the arm of a nearby guard and dragged the confused Imperial, towards the edge, "We can't have great fizztastic fun, without SAFETY!" The cartoon exclaimed, and before the guard could react he shoved him off the wall and onto the ground below, "See, you've tripped and fell!" Cappy put both hands to the side of his face, as if not realizing that he had directly caused the guards pain.
The guard groaned in pain and called for help, his legs clearly broken.
Seeing a job well done Cappy took out a Nuka cola popping the cap and sipping it, until however an arrow struck it and shattered it.
"OH NO!" Cappy cried out like Mr.Bill, a guard with a bow notched another arrow, "Cease your violent escapedes demon!" The guard warned the arrow aimed striaght at Cappy's left eye.
"D-DodoRex!" Alphys exclaimed, looking up at the magnificent DodoRex. "W-well.. it certainly i-is a bad time to enter.."
Many citizens ran away in terror at the large dinosaur, as a few Imperial Guards prepared their bows. However, they were distracted by Cappy. Okay, a big monster and a weird circle. They didn't really know what to do at this point.
"..uh.. Do you guys need explanations..?" Alphys asked.
"You do indeed!" Rainbow Raider shouted menacingly. He seemed incapable of not shouting so far. "You do not belong here. That means you are one of the cross dimensional beings. That means YOU MUST BE DESTROYED!"
InfestedThunder wrote:"These are not the ones you wish to fight. The real enemy awaits you in the land of snow and ice. Head there and smite them for what they have done."
"I disagree! These are the ones I wish to fight!" Rainbow Raider responded. "But if there are more villainous beings there, I will head to where you say as soon as I deal with these scoundrels!"
Rainbow Raider paused for a second.
"Wait, how do I know you're not one of these villainous beings as well?" pondered the Raider.
He turned back to Vault Boy and began to move to rip him.
"Considering my usual income, what's caused all these donations to flood in?"
As Reimu Hakurei the Shrine maiden said this, a couple walked by, dropped in some gold coins, and walked away again, talking about something.
"But hey, I'm not complaining. I always love myself some money." Reimu basked herself in the sun by her pond as she could hear the donations flood in. She doubted these westerners (she could tell by their attire) knew what this was, though. She had a few people ask her what this structure was, and she'd answer until she got fed up with the western humans asking her about her shrine, in which she left for behind her shrine so she could spend some alone time with her turtles.
"If one person knows what the heck this building is," Reimu thought aloud, "then I guess it's worth a talk."
Almost on que, she heard "a shrine! That must mean there's a shrine maiden here! Maybe she can help me!"
Reimu looked over, and she saw someone garbed in traditional Japanese attire. That of royalty. He was clutching his shoulder as if he'd had an arrow lodged in there.
Reimu thought she could haggle herself some of this prince's cash.
"Healing, you say?" Reimu caught the prince by surprise. "I suppose I can heal you, but at a high price."
"How much," the royal figure asked. "I've seen some extreme prices before. Just please, heal me!"
Reimu thought for a moment. "100,000 yen," she finally responded. "Now, tips are always welcomed an-"
"I'll pay you ten times over," the prince said, forking over 1,000,000 yen instead. "Just please, find me a healer!"
Reimu looked at her wealth in shock. "...oh," she said. She looked over. "Um... right, just let me get my supplies from the warehouse...."
Reimu hurried to her wear house. Clearly this prince was actually relying on her to heal him, but she couldn't! All she knew was about fighting youkai. What to do, what to do!
Reimu was left worrying until the prince forced his way into the warehouse. "Are you going to heal me or what," he asked.
Reimu turned in shock. "Oh, um, right. I'm just finding my... tools! Yes, that's it! I mis placed them!"
"Well, please hurry," the prince egged. "I'm dying here!"
Reimu broke. "I'm sorry! I can't heal you or anyone! All I can do is fight youkai and evil demons and other things like that! I ripped you off, okay?! I'm so-"
The prince slapped another million yen into her hand. "That's even better," he said. "I almost died from something evil possessing an old friend of mine. Fighting evil things, eh? Not sure what that means, but sounds useful. I'll pay you double if you can help me. Now, I know this other place I can be healed at...."
The royalty figure took out a rectangular object. A phone, as Sanae described it.
"... this place called Helgen may have some healers," the royalty noted. He turned it off and stuck out his good hand to Reimu. "Takumi, prince of Hoshido. Please help me."
Reimu gingerly stuck out hers. "R-reimu Hakueri."
The two shook.
"Now, I'll take you to where we need to go. If you can, please protect me from anything that may harm me. Now, come on. We're going."
The scientist looked at the scene for a moment, trying to analyze what happened before replying. "Well, basically w-we're in this thing called a clash. It's where we're ripped from our universes and meet up together. Undyne (my friend) and I h-had to start it because this shadow demon b-bad guy stole valuable items.."
"A-and we would appreciate it if you helped get them back.." Alphys stuttered.