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PN: a2 a per2on who wa2 once a 2hiip and therefore now ha2 the entiire content2 of troll wiikiipediia iin hii2 thiinkpan, let me 2choolfeed you, anon.
PN: they’re ve2tiigiial remnant2 of our antennae from when we were wriiggler2. ba2iically, a chiitiin 2hell grow2 over them pretty quiickly when we’re 2tiill grub2, becau2e out2iide of the broodiing cavern2 they do exactly 2quat except make u2 vulnerable.
PN: iif you cro22-2ectiioned a horn, you’d have the outermo2t 2hell, whiich iis tough and thiick, the miiddle 2ectiion whiich ii2 a liittle 2quii2hiier and iin2ulate2 the antennae remnant2, whiich ii2 the fiinal layer and ii2 really 2en2iitiive.
PN: 2o iif you cro22-2ectiioned a horn you’d have all that and a pii22ed-off troll wriithiing iin paiin.
PN: ii don’t recommend iit.

PN: told hiim dc wa2 leaviing forever becau2e he broke her heart
PN: don’t worry 2he laughed harder than ii diid
SF: CONVINCED HIM HIS FAVOURITE NUMBER WAS THREE THE FIRST TIME HE EVER GOT DRUNK.
PN: got hiim two clean wiith a bucket before DR explaiined the fact2 of liife two hiim
SF: SHAVED OFF ONE OF HIS EYEBROWS.
PN: 2haved off both of hii2
PN: liittle known fact: hii2 cloak diidn’t have a hood before that
SF: IT IS A MERE COINCIDENCE THAT THE COLOUR STARTED COMING INTO MY EYES THEN.
SF: REPLACED HIS SHAMPOO WITH GLUE.
SF: IT DIDN’T MAKE A DIFFERENCE, HIS HAIR WAS STILL RIDICULOUS.
PN: lii2ted hii2 trollhandle a2 up for a good tiime
SF: JOKE’S ON YOU, I LOVE GOOD TIMES.
PN: the funny thiing ii2 that he 2tiill doe2n’t get iit
SF: CONVINCED HIM THAT I DON’T UNDERSTAND ALL OF HIS OVERWORKED INNUENDOS.
PN: waiit
PN: what
PN: SHIIT!
PN: what'2 the 2core then
SF: 29-32
PN: oh 2f. 2f, 2f, 2f.
PN: iit'2 on.
SF: IT’S BEEN ON, SADSACK. WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN? 

SF: ANY CLOTHES THAT AREN’T MY CLOAK, A THRESHECUTIONER UNIFORM, A FAKE GODTIER AND THIS LIME DISGUISE WHICH I AM NEVER WEARING AGAIN, THANK YOU DISCIPLE.
PN: ii have 2ome 2hiirt2 a le22 lame lookiing p2iioniic uniiform and the fakey god tiier thiing.
PN: oh ii al2o conviinced dr two make thii2.

PN: iit wa2 actually harder two conviince her two u2e the fabriic than two make the dre22.

SF: …
SF: THE ONE WHERE I AGREED TO LET PSI TURN ON ANON.
SF: WOW.
SF: YOU KNOW WHAT? I’LL HUMOUR YOU.
SF: LET’S LIST OFF MY FAILURES, ACCORDING TO THE WORLD: BEING HATCHED, SURVIVING PAST HATCHING, SOMEHOW CONNING ROSA INTO RAISING ME, CORRUPTING AN INNOCENT PSIONIC, ALSO AN INNOCENT OLIVEBLOOD WHO REALLY SHOULD HAVE JUST BEEN LEFT TO DIE IN THE WILD, EVER THINKING DISCIPLE COULD DIE IN THE WILD, WEARING LEGGINGS UP TO MY ARMPITS, NOT CULLING MYSELF…
SF: LEAVING THE HIVE, GOING PREACHING, CORRUPTING INNOCENT HIGHBLOODS, CORRUPTING CORRUPT HIGHBLOODS, POINTING OUT HIGHBLOODS’ LOGICAL FALLACIES, PROBABLY TO CORRUPT THEM, WASTING THE EMPIRE’S RESOURCES - THAT’S WHERE I DIED, BY THE WAY, MAN, THAT ROCK WAS JUST WASTED ON ME, AND DON’T EVEN GET ME STARTED ON THE COST OF IRON THESE DAYS. AND ARROWS! AND ALL THAT HOT AIR THAT CONDESCE NEEDED - THAT COULD HAVE GONE TO STARVING HIGHBLOODS IN TROLL AFRICA!
SF: YOU KNOW WHAT, ANON?
SF: I REGRET NOTHING.

SF: WELL, THEY WOULD BE EXACTLY THE SAME PEOPLE, JUST WITH A DIFFERENT PRONOUN?
SF: YOU SAY THAT LIKE PSI DOESN’T PRESENT FEMALE HALF THE TIME ANYWAY.
SF: PROBABLY THE MOST ANNOYING THING IS TRYING TO GUESS WHAT GENDER HE IS TODAY BY WHETHER OR NOT HE’S WEARING A DRESS.
PN: the que2tiion ii2 how do you get iit wrong when ii’m weariing a dre22
SF: THE DRESS TEST ISN’T ALWAYS ACCURATE!
PN: would pantyho2e help?
SF: YE
SF: NNNNN
SF: THIS IS A TRICK QUESTION AND I AM JUST GOING TO GO OVER THERE NOW AND BEAT MY HEAD AGAINST A WALL.

PN: ok pupa you don’t want two a2k 2f thii2, he'2 totally conviinced he'2 an abject faiilure.
PN: 2o let me giive you an an2wer.
PN: before ii met 2f ii wa2 a 2lave two hiighblood2, ju2t waiitiing two be turned iintwo a helm2man for 2ome piiece of junk 2hiip that would probably ju2t go two ru2t 2iince hiighblood2 don’t have much tiime for joyriide2.
PN: 2o ii ran away iintwo the de2ert becau2e at lea2t dyiing'2 quiicker, hey?
PN: when 2f found me ii thought he and dr were goiing two make me go back there.
PN: but they diidn’t.
PN: 2f diidn’t change thiing2 ‘2omeday.’
PN: he changed thiing2 every 2iingle day for 2o many people. he changed thiing2 that day for me.
PN: ii wa2 able two liive becau2e of hiim and hii2 ideal2.
PN: 2o yeah, iit'2 worth iit.
PN: your friiend2 wiill have your back.

PN: 2hiit!
PN: 2f ii am very terriifiied and al2o uncomfortable!
SF: THEY’RE JUST HUGS, PSI.
PN: from creepy-a22 2hadowy FIIGURE2 OF DEATH, 2F.
SF: ONE OF THEM EXHIBITED VERY POOR TASTE AND ASKED FOR YOUR TROLLHANDLE, YOU KNOW.
PN: iit'2 twofoldAbolitionist creepy 2hadow anon, wiith siingular IIs becau2e 2f'2 a jerk and hiit me untiil ii made iit quiirkle22.
PN: hiit me up iif you’re ever not a creepy remiinder of mortaliity wanderiing the plane2 for new viictiim2.
SF: WOW. THERE’S SHAMELESS, AND THEN THERE’S YOU. I AM ACTUALLY IMPRESSED.
SF: DON’T WORRY, SHADOWDROPPERS, I WILL ALWAYS BE HERE FOR HUGS.

PN: who 2aiid 2he tru2t2 me?
PN: that 2aiid ii’m pretty 2ure ii’ve conviinced her ii’m not a 2leeper agent or 2omethiing now.
PN: the whole 2tayiing loyal two 2f through 600 2weep2 of torture doe2 count iin my favour.
PN: 2he ii2 a very 2u2piiciiou2 lady.
DR: Nonsense
DR: I Trusted Psiionic From The Moment He Halted An Assassination Attempt On Sufferer That Slipped Past Me
DR: I Reserve Judgement On His Intelligence However

SF: I THINK DOLOROSA WAS A STRANGE CASE, WHAT WITH HAVING A MOTHERGRUB FOR A LUSUS AND ALL.
SF: IT SOUNDS HARD, BEING A MOTHERGRUB’S CARETAKER. LIKE YOU HAVE TO BE THE LUSUS TO YOUR LUSUS, AND THAT’S UNFAIR.
SF: PLUS SHE HAD TO OVERSEE THE HATCHING TRIALS AND
SF: WELL.
SF: A LOT OF GRUBS DIE. AND MOTHERGRUBS HAVE THE NURTURING INSTINCT, IT’S WHY THEY BEAR OUR CHILDREN.
SF: SO IMAGINE TRYING TO CONSOLE YOUR LUSUS BECAUSE EVERY SWEEP HER BABIES DIE. VICIOUSLY. AND BEING THE ONLY CHILD THAT HASN’T LET YOUR LUSUS DOWN.
SF: SHE LEFT THE MOTHERGRUB FOR ME, SO NO, I NEVER MET HER. NONE OF US DID.
SF: BUT I’D SAY THANKS IF I COULD. AND SORRY.