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Subject:5
Time:06:59 pm
It was a stupid idea to leave the train in a place like this. Masako was annoyed at herself for having the worst sense of direction ever, and annoyed in general. Now she was somewhere in the forest with no idea of which way to go. She hoped she'd be lucky enough to run into someone else who might at least be able to direct her back to the train, though what she really wanted was to just go home.
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Subject:4
Time:07:08 pm
Masako was anxious for the train to stop again soon. She was oddly optimistic, or maybe just desperate that the next stop would be easier to leave from. Did it even matter at this point if she got back home? Of course it did! A Number should never think that way. But anyway, now she was still stuck here. As there was nothing to do, she went to the lounge to see if anything was going on.
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Subject:3
Time:08:37 pm
This was becoming too frustrating. First, she was stopped from leaving by that meddling spy, or whoever he was. And now there was too much snow. At this rate, by the time Masako made it home, there was no way anyone would believe that she wasn't a traitor. As she was in her room and no one was around, she took out her Angel Voice card. It was given to her by a traitor, the one she refused to become. But somehow, staring at it made her feel a bit happier.
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Subject:2
Time:08:51 am
Now that the train had stopped at last, escape was near. The phones don't work, they say? Fine. Masako had other plans. All she had to do was go out in the cold, ask the locals for directions, and then hopefully be able to follow them. She was a bit disappointed that by leaving, she'd miss out on the singing contest. When the idea was announced, it excited her. "I'm a proud Number," she reminded herself, as she stepped outside. Duty had to come first.
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Time:09:52 am
In the lounge, Masako was contemplating her talk with that woman she'd met the other day. She wasn't sure if she should worry more about the fact that this person had possibly figured out all of her secrets and might expose them once they got off the train, or that she honestly had no idea what she was doing a week ago before suddenly finding herself on a train. Even though it was likely nothing important, she was probably just lost and frustrated like usual, it still wasn't very long ago.

Well, if she had actually been abducted, maybe she could battle someone to get information. Whoever it was, they'd surely lose to a member of Numbers Elite. Smirking, now that she had a viable plan to solve all her problems, she took out her deck from her pocket and began to look through it.
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Subject:5
Time:07:25 pm
She didn't have the slightest idea why the train still hadn't left this weird town, but she wasn't happy about it. It just became progressively harder to believe she'd ever find a way off, or even a way to mail the fictitious letter that she hadn't actually written.

As she sat in her room, Masako sighed in defeat. She didn't even have anyone to snap at in a burst of outrage, which she felt like doing, because her roommate wasn't around. They hadn't even met, actually. Instead, she picked up a pen and paper. She could at least attempt another letter, but to who? Nine... well she had to deal with him but she didn't really want to. Smile... never! He'd make things worse. Elliott... He was safer, but could he really be of any help? Nope, she was probably utterly defeated.
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Subject:4
Time:05:55 pm
Deciding to leave the train (hopefully she could find her way back later so she wasn't stranded here when the train decided to leave,) Masako found herself in the Pokemon Center. She hoped there were lots of people in this town, so maybe she could find someone to play a game of Battle Spirits against.

She found a spot to lay out her deck, and go through it while she sat there. Maybe that would draw attention. She also pulled out her most special card, and gazed at it. A yellow magic card, Angel Voice. At least she was able to keep this with her while here, she thought.
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Subject:3
Time:07:25 pm
Bored, Masako wandered into the lounge cart. She'd seen that there was a tv there, but never actually tried it. But maybe she could get the news at least, and see if anything was happening back in reality. When she finished flipping through the channels, she shut it off.

"I should've known they wouldn't even get Battle Spirits TV."

She was going to leave the room until she noticed an interesting looking mirror. She wondered what it was doing there.
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Subject:2
Time:07:26 pm
In the time that had gone by since her arrival, Masako was still anticipating her return, somewhat in denial that she would really be stuck here for a very long time.  But sadly, nothing had changed.

She remembered the idea she'd gotten from that girl she was talking to (she'd have to catch her name another time) to write a letter back home, in case she'd be able to send it some time. Now was as good a time as any to get that done. She gathered a pen and paper and began to write.

Number Nine,
(He wasn't getting a "dear")

I seem to have gotten horribly lost, more so than usual, and I'm stuck on a train in the middle of nowhere.


Wait, there was no way he was going to believe this, and even if he did, he wasn't just going to let her off easy. Not that she was afraid of him, but she couldn't think of a single excuse at the moment for her disappearance.
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Subject:1
Time:07:16 pm
Leave it to her to wander onto the same unusual train while on a routine delivery mission twice. However Masako found her way onto this train, she was not happy about it. From what she gathered, it traveled improbable distances at rapid speeds, possibly to alternate worlds or something. She didn't understand and didn't really want to. All she wanted was for someone to tell her how to get back to Japan, so she could return to business before anyone became suspicious.

Discovering the lounge, she sat down, hoping that someone would pass by that she could question. Maybe even a certain brat she ran into the last time. She had a score to settle, after all.
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