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Dark In The Horizon, Red In Her Eyes.

Discussion in 'UO Atlantic' started by Bon Iver, Sep 30, 2011.

  1. Bon Iver

    Bon Iver Rares Fest Host | Atl Sept 2011 & June 2013

    Jan 17, 2011
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    The Child Is To Blame.[/U]

    I could only attend the last half of an hour of the event yet my screen was in such chaos that it could have sent an epileptic to the hospital! When I entered Danica, or Charlotte, Amandine's mind, I immediately ran to the area where the crowd was most dense. At my feet stood a peculiar blue book titled, "The Daemon's Playground: A Direct Your Own Fate Adventure!".

    Anyway, back to the scene.... the area of Charlotte's "mind" was in pure ruins and I believe it depicted her childhood home blown up by fire. Inside, her parent's dead bodies could be seen. All around were relics from the past of Danica Amandine and the future of Charlotte Amandine. They will be a key piece of information for the future travel back into Charlotte's mind.

    In the book, a story is told about a girl who has befriended a Black man who eventually tears into her body and posesses her, making her do unspeakable actions (resulting in her parents death). This is my interpretation of the book so I have no idea if it is valid or not.

    "Black in her heat, blood on her mind, the child is to blame."

    An article by Bon Iver, Knight Lieutenant of the Knights of the Crux Ansata