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Posts Tagged ‘Katherine De Somme’

Despite having remembered all the events previously erased by Future Anesidor Sumian, (the death of Farokh, and the fact Inajda came to Katherine to retrieve an inhibitor to slow Alexand’s illness) Inajda has been convinced that staying with Katherine is the best option. They are waiting for future Katherine to show up, with a future version of Alexand, and the promised cure for their Alexand’s illness.

Inajda’s back story, set in Russia (3991)

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Helga Ritter sits in a lesbian bar drinking wine with Heyem Merek, in an attempt to extract information from her, regarding the whereabouts of Lord Anderson.

Helga’s back story, set in Hong Kong (3991)

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Inajda wakes up, after being ambushed by a future version of Katherine De Somme. (Read Afterlife Part 3) Her version of Katherine is not in the shack, and as Inajda hunts around, she begins to remember things, previously wiped from her memory, like the death of Farokh, and Alex’s decline.

Inajda’s back story, set in Russia (3991)

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Jarad materialised some warm clothes for them both and spent time comforting Alex. It didn’t take Alex long to begin attempting to plan their next moves, despite having lost her eyesight.

Alexand’s back story, set in China (3991)

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A future version of Katherine has asked her past self to inject a primer into Alexand, at the same time as administering a cure, to switch on Alex’s immunity to the Amanojuko virus, but Katherine is reluctant to trust herself.

Katherine’s back story, set in an undisclosed location (1276 FD)

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As darkness falls outside the hotel, Alex lays in bed, unable to sleep.

Alexand’s back story, set in China (3991)

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Katherine and Inajda returned to Inajda’s shack, but there are footsteps outside. Inajda grabs her gun, in case the Amanojuko have found their hideout.

Katherine’s back story, set in Russia (3991) and an undisclosed location (1276 FD)

 

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