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"Phoenix!" Gazzy yelled. The little three-year-old bird-kid hobbled to the seat next to the window. Ice still completely covered the barren landscape.
 
"Phoenix!" Gazzy yelled. The little three-year-old bird-kid hobbled to the seat next to the window. Ice still completely covered the barren landscape.
   
"Yes, Uncle Gazzy," Phoenix said, her black hair bobbing around her face. She was definitely a feisty three-year-old.
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"Yes, Uncle Gazzy," Phoenix said, her black hair bobbing around her face . She was definitely a feisty three-year-old.
   
 
"How are you, Phoenix?" Gazzy asked.
 
"How are you, Phoenix?" Gazzy asked.
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As they made their way back up the stairs, they ran into Angel.
 
As they made their way back up the stairs, they ran into Angel.
   
"Hey, Gazzy," Angel said with her new normal coldness. Her iciness melted immediately when she saw Phoenix. "Mini Max, how're you doing?"
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"Hey, Gazzy," Angel said with her new normal coldness. Her iciness melted immediately when she saw Phoenix. "Mini Max, how're you doing?"
   
 
"Uncle Gazzy is telling me a story," Phoenix said.
 
"Uncle Gazzy is telling me a story," Phoenix said.
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"Don't get me started about being appropriate, Angel," Gazzy said. "Besides, you're not her mother."
 
"Don't get me started about being appropriate, Angel," Gazzy said. "Besides, you're not her mother."
   
Angel looked annoyed as if she was going to contest that. Sometimes, Gazzy felt his sister knew too much.
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Angel looked annoyed, as if she was going to contest that. Sometimes, Gazzy felt his sister knew too much.
   
 
"There's no such thing as too much information," Angel said matter of factly as they reached the top of the stairs.
 
"There's no such thing as too much information," Angel said matter of factly as they reached the top of the stairs.
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Gazzy sighed. Angel told that one all the time.
 
Gazzy sighed. Angel told that one all the time.
   
"I started with a grand speech. Instead of talking, though, I showed them a story," Angel said proudly. "Like this."
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"I started with a grand speech. Instead of talking, though, I showed then a story," Angel said proudly. "Like this."
   
Phoenix's eyes lit up, some sort of interesting scene filling her mind. Angel was admittedly a good storyteller. She was good about censoring her mind stories, so Gazzy just sat by, watching the snow fall outside the window.
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Phoenix's eyes lit up, some sort of interesting scene filling her mind. Angel was admittanly a good storyteller. She was good about censoring her mind stories, so Gazzy just sat by, watching snow fall outside the window.
   
 
Suddenly, Phoenix perked up. The story probably ended. "Angel, when do we get to go outside?"
 
Suddenly, Phoenix perked up. The story probably ended. "Angel, when do we get to go outside?"
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"Well, no. The stories," Phoenix explained. "The stories aren't here. They're outside."
 
"Well, no. The stories," Phoenix explained. "The stories aren't here. They're outside."
   
''You reckon she's as smart as Fang?'' Gazzy asked Angel.
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''You recon she's as smart as Fang?'' Gazzy asked Angel.
   
 
''Smarter,'' Angel answered. ''I think she's special.''
 
''Smarter,'' Angel answered. ''I think she's special.''
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Gazzy smiled. Though Angel had grown further from him during their time in Himmel, she still was his sister. And he still loved her.
 
Gazzy smiled. Though Angel had grown further from him during their time in Himmel, she still was his sister. And he still loved her.
   
"Well, outside is real mighty screwed up," Angel began. "The world has been in some tough situations for quite some time now before you were born, and..." Angel stopped, not sure how to proceed with explaining all the pain she felt as a child without hurting the girl. With no whitecoats in her life, Phoenix wouldn't understand.
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"Well, outside is real mighty screwed up," Angel began. "The world has been in some tough situations for quite some time now, before you were born, and..." Angel stopped, not sure how to proceed with explaining all the pain she felt as a child without hurting the girl. With no whitecoats in her life, Phoenix wouldn't understand.
   
 
"Well, Angel, that doesn't matter anymore," Gazzy said gently. "All that matters is the future."
 
"Well, Angel, that doesn't matter anymore," Gazzy said gently. "All that matters is the future."
   
Angel nodded. Sometimes, Gazzy felt she was still the same as if the stone cold leader was just a shell, and his sister was still there.
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Angel nodded. Sometimes, Gazzy felt she was still the same, as if the stone cold leader was just a shell, and his sister was still there.
   
 
''I will always be here,'' Angel thought.
 
''I will always be here,'' Angel thought.
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Angel shook her head. "Not yet..."
 
Angel shook her head. "Not yet..."
 
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