The Reminders Go Out to Buy Grocery:
Cracky waves goodbye with her flipper as she sits on the wall. We too, wave goodbye. We then head out, all of us turning invisible. Except ?, of course. She's the most humane of us, and she would have to be our representative. Unluckily, she couldn't speak normal English, and only the language of the fallens, so we would have to follow her around. Our time being invisible was limited, of course, except for Pluto, the least humane but surprisingly the most well-spoken one.
We walk into the busy streets. We know that Reminders aren't such a big secret anymore, but we Reminders are wary. We were once humans, and this new feeling wasn't pleasant.
My two-dimensional body floats behind ?. I summoned more spikes around my body. Ro. 2 is hovering after ?, with Pluto trailing behind us. No one except ? could see us.
?'s tattered clothes and her face-in-a-mist did prove a minor problem, but we think that people would just assume it was a mask, or guess that she was a Reminder. After all, we were humans.
So here's the plan:
I, Spiral, am the translator for ?. All she needs to do is move her mouth and I'll speak for her. We have the money to buy food to last us another week. If things go wrong, I'm the attacker. My spikes prove to be dangerous.
Ro. 2's job is to duplicate anything we buy. He isn't that willing to follow us but he came along anyway.
? is the representative, to talk with the humans that we're going to buy from. She is going to have to use her waters when things go out of the plan.
Pluto is to distract. They will infiltrate people's minds and strengthen their desires, so that ?'s differences would be less noticeable.
Cracky is guarding our place. Should people come and steal, she'll chase them off with her abyss-making skills.
Hopefully, we don't call for violence.
We proceed on.
? is pronounced as mm?
Pluto's "l" isn't actually written as "l", but is rather joined with the "u" behind it.
The language of the fallens isn't actually Greek, but there is no other way to replicate it, so we stuck with Greek for the time being.)