In a dimly lit room where the anguished reside, there sits a table covered in a cerulean drape, seemingly far from where any mortal could venture. But avast, you stand there lost and confused. Just where do you reside currently?
"Finally, a new guest." A voice ominously whispers in the distance. Or so it seems. The darkness around you lights up, the candle being the only voice of light growing stronger. The floor still darkened, the walls are revealed to be sunken slightly, a fabric similar to the cover that sits over the vast surface of the round table. Behind it sits a man, placed upon an old wooden chair that creaks every time there would be a movement. His presence is powerful and sinister, but all that sits across his lips is a warm, greeting smile.
"Come to enjoy the show, we see? I'm quite invigorated myself." He uncrosses his legs, leaning forward and letting the silence set in once more. "Humans are always interesting to learn about. To learn of their feelings, their love for one another. Their hatred. Fascinating, isn't it? Here we'll have a tale of two mortals, a tale that I've been waiting to tell for decades now. So I encourage you, please sit back and enjoy what I've prepared. It hasn't been an easy journey for I. Nor will it be for our 'Heroes' if they so choose to be. For not only will they be dancing with the demons from not their own world... But from their ego."
His smile never falters, and only grows. You could even say there was a twinkle in his eye from the moment he started talking about his 'show'. While malevolent and nature, and unsure if he is truly human... He holds no ill regards towards you. Consider yourself lucky.
"Shall we? A dance between you and I? Why, I'm afraid you'll have to wait. I have a guest coming, you see. One who's been rather eager for a chance for a dance with fate. Lets turn the page of this story, hm? I promise I'm an excellent teller."
With that, the light turns to darkness. Not a trace to prove you were there. Turns out he wasn't joking about having the best seat for this show.
Early in the morning, the sun just in the horizon, a bright blue tent sits on its own, a sign offering free tarot readings. With no activity all morning, it's completely free for anyone who sees it. Anyone who enters would certainly be in for a treat, and perhaps have a chance to see and chan