Heartbreak is hard. Whether you watch the one you love fade or walk away, the feeling of losing someone you love cannot be rivaled. Facing existential trials, questions about love, life, and the nature of society, as the eye of the emotional storm that is their lives passes overheard, Aedin and Arthur find solace in each other. Will they recognize this as an opportunity, or let each other pass by like so many before?
Ricky isn't the hero. The hero - the 'player character' is Albert Roth. Star of the popular new open world RPG. And Ricky is his sidekick - there only to add exposition and conversation and possibly, if you're into that, a potential love interest... But something lurks in the shadows, and Ricky knows that Albert is willing to risk anything to save his life. Even if he isn't even real. ...Right?
In every boy’s heart lives a Ms. Crab, and in every girl’s memories, there lies a Mr. Ostrich. Ezekiel and Crissa grew up together, but an accident which left the former disabled at the age of six forever changed his life. Fortunately, Crissa—the seemingly-lazy gourmand—remained faithfully by her crippled friend’s side. That was, of course, until the tides turned, and Crissa tragically lost her Mr. Ostrich. Years passed, and a widespread picture book written by the pen name Mr. Ostrich flourished in popularity; mysterious and low-key, he used his unmatched, gentle and warm brush strokes to illustrate a story of youth. And thus, fully-grown Ms. Crab (now affluent and charming) had set out on a long journey to find her Mr. Ostrich.