Pro-tip: Your teenage character should not need to dramatically justify why she wants to find her missing mother to the love interest. It is a child who wants to find their kidnapped parent. Stop wasting valuable time dramatically (and poorly) stating the obvious. Not wanting your parent to be tortured is not a form of character development.
re: Guerrilla vs the demon military hanger 6
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So the creepy statue in the center of the room (or at least, I think it's a statue, it's so dark I can't actually tell what it is) is glowing and the light is changing colors from red to orange to yellow but it's still so lowly lit that my eyes are playing tricks on me
Things are flickering in the corner of my vision.
The chants are getting louder.
There is knocking and tapping sounds all over.
Guerrilla vs the demon military hanger 4
She says "It's dark, but don't be scared. There will be lights" so we go inside. It is pitch black.
The windows have been blackened out. No one else is in here. I can't see honey. The door is kinda closed.
Also it is very windy today so I can't tell if people are planning to murder me or it's the wind or its honey. Who knows?
Guerrilla vs the demon military hanger
So, first thing first, there is an island off of the coast of Helsinki (15 min by boat) called Suomenlinna. It is a old military base/fort/prison and is now an UNESCO heritage site with restaurants and a café and you can go through everything and look at shit. Pretty large island, sparse amount of people.
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