And back to carapaces! Also, I’m twelve reviews behind my aimed-for seven a day.
Wheeeee, finally finishing this up! Thank fucking god. Tomorrow more regular reviews, and then eventually I’ll try to do the final round.
Trying to read the final set of Shiplympics stuff ate up my time, so this is late. Ah well. Those fic were good as well!
For those of you who inexplicably didn’t read the best part of Homestuck because you hate freedom and puppies, this set should be made of characters you’ll recognize. They’re just not the best character in Homestuck, and you’ll have to continue living in a tragic and Intermission-lacking world until you realize what a horrible mistake you’ve made.
Six reviews, one Pokemon and five Homestuck.
Last time on the filler, Chloe fillered the filler with the filler to filler because filler.
Last time on the Summoning, nothing continues to happen.
Last time on the Summoning, Chloe continues to ignore the supernatural, then Liz reappears only for Chloe’s hand to pass right through her.
Last time on the Summoning, Liz moves things without touching them.
Last time on the Summoning, Rae is really not a good influence.
Last time on the Summoning, we learn that no one in the building knows anything about psychiatry.
Last time on the Summoning, we met the other inmates.
Last time on the Summoning, Chloe may be displaying the first stage of another schizophrenic symptom, paranoia. The EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVIL nurse tells her clearly what the boundaries are and says to just be honest about things.
Because everyone seems confused (and it isn’t really that clear in the book either) here’s what’s going on as far as we know:
1)Chloe runs screaming through the halls into an empty classroom.
2) Teachers see Chloe, somehow instantly know she’s thinking of jumping out a window despite the window being closed.
3) Teachers tackle Chloe and wrestle her to the ground while she yells about a scary guy they can’t see.
4) ??? Some sort of minimal testing was done, presumably drug testing at least. Doctors don’t tell Chloe their findings but she claims they’re acting like it’s serious.
6) Chloe’s sent to a group home while drugged into incoherence, then given unknown meds on her first day.
Or, in short, nothing makes sense. Some of the pieces here connect up to others, but nothing in sequence and a couple don’t even work in isolation.
Last time on nonsensical depictions of mental illness treatment, Chloe was walked around her new home while out of her mind on drugs.
Last time on the Summoning, Chloe runs away from a ghost, gets tackled by a teacher, and then she’s knocked out and taken to a hospital.