strong textLog: 6----- Status: Recuperating ------ Location: Classified
Just when you think all is gone.... that you've destroyed EVERYTHING that GOD has been working for in your life...
You find out it was all part of the plan.
It may have been easier if you had listened the first time... not as painful, but GOD NEVER gives up on HIS own
It has been several months since my last log... in which many things have happened.
I was rescued my ever-present rescuer, The Scarlet Man. He brought me back home and stayed with me till I healed.
I left the RS to begin anew with a good friend. I became the co-founder of the Rouge Shadow, or RSI for short.
I have meet several new faces, all who seem to have a passion to serve The Scarlet Man as I do. Scarlett Darkhall and Ilayne Merespark, twins who seem to have as much a nack for trouble as they do for espionage. Kieran Candleview, a skilled engineer. Josiah Flintspinner, a youth with a talents yet to be fully discovered. Emily Purplebottle, a talented spy with many surprises. May Otterview, a reformed mercenary with a talent for weaponry and a utter hate for everything related to the Fog. And I shall never forget Hanna Braasheart, niece of Goku Ironheart... as personable and bubbly as they come, but don't take that for granted, she can still smash up Automatons with the best this new team has to offer.
But none of these compare to the most wonderful and most confusing event.
I have a new arm.
A gift from The Scarlet Man, an Aethermatron arm. I nearly burst into tears when he presented it to me. I asked him why he would do such a thing... since I was the one who was impatient. I was the one who didn't trust. He replied that I saw my mistake, although it had cost me an arm to learn. He then stated that he had a plan, and this would fit in later.
It has taken quite some time, and I'm still not entirely accustomed to the new appendage... but I will get use to it as I did when I lost my eye all that long time ago. I use a heat-sensing infrared eyepiece now to restore at least some of my vision, but it took nigh a year to get used to it.
Hopefully my arm will not take as long to adjust.