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Tantz_Aerine on June 27, 2011
It's ALIVE! Finally an update. You can't imagine how hectic it can be sometimes, forbidding me to make a page on time :( I'm sorry about that. So our poor Brit is forced to make a judgment call, and trust Fotis with pretty much the reason for getting killed (or nearly killed). Hope you enjoy this one, and I'll try to update really soon. Hopefully right after the site change (if we're still here :p)
at 3:46AM, June 29, 2011
Nicotine: He may jut be unconscious ;)
bravo1102: I agree.
DAJB: How did you find him out!?
at 3:20AM, June 29, 2011
Aww D: He didn't make it!
Well, at least he gave him that film, hopefully whatever's on it will help the others out.
@DAJB - LOL xD
at 1:19AM, June 29, 2011
Fotis went through the effort to get the Brit into the church, so to me he's earned the Brit's trust.
at 12:00AM, June 29, 2011
Is this where we learn Fotis is a Nazi double-agent?
at 3:12PM, June 28, 2011
A. You better be here...
B. Great page good luck, and I gonna probably make you unhappy right now but everyone should know. Tantz is right in the middle of that mess in Athens right now and needs all the luck she can get. So keep her and her mom in your thoughts and prayers.
at 2:53PM, June 28, 2011
usedbooks: Pretty much, only the person he opted to trust did try to help him and hide him out, and also mentioned Martha's name once already. He took an educated chance- big chance still nonetheless. (And that's a smart code, 'Lecce, Italy')
ryuthehedgewolf: I know :( Kids shouldn't really have to handle situations like these, but in war they often do.
at 2:27PM, June 28, 2011
What a traumatic/emotional scene. I guess the Brit's decision was to trust the only person there or let his secret die with him.
This reminds me on an episode of my favorite show. One character (who was later killed) had talked about visiting Lecce, Italy -- as a code to let people know he hid evidence in the heel of his boot.
at 12:41PM, June 28, 2011
Wow. Great job with the emotional aspect of this page, really makes ya feel for the kid. :(