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It was difficult to find drugs that affected Giegue. It was difficult to find drugs that affected Giegue.
After a few experiments, Giegue found that psychotropic drugs made for Earthlings didn't affect him. They weren't strong enough to get through his mental defenses. In fact, peyote heightened his psychic conductivity which meant his psychic shield was reinforced and it made it even more difficult for him to surrender his consciousness to their Magicant quorum, with Itoi sat in a meditative pose in the centre, a DS with Mother 3 in his lap, everyone else sat in a circle around him holding hands on the floor of the second hand games shop, Kerry guarding the door, hand still closed around the Saturn controller in a vice-like grip that had to be cybernetically augmented. Anyone who had a copy of Mother, Earthbound or Mother 3 had it switched on.  In the end, Giegue found that opening his empathic sense to the others in the circle, who were absolutely stoned out of their gourd, except Kerry, who appeared to have a sanity of adamantium that had cut through all illusions long ago, including that of reality, and said he was fine just playing Dark Savior, had the same effect as being on drugs himself. A clear blue wave of psionics flowed through the little intranet of minds, pure and unsullied, charged like a sea full of Bionic Krakens, their auras shining brightly, dancing and playing through the mind wave fields. Itoi, the creator, discharging little proto-ideas, adding to the topography of the Mother Land with every conceptual leap. Moor Ecivres, the wanderer, eternally deviating down a portable tunnel reality that undermined the Universe. The Hippy, a simple eternal signal of rapturous praise to the Mother. The Unused Ones, their signal faint, still a little distorted but filled with a power borne of those whom the Universe had not yet put power limits upon, or indeed, rules at all. Giegue himself, the alien, the inexplicable, hidden as he moved, a sine wave at a frequency no mind could hear. After a few experiments, Giegue found that psychotropic drugs made for Earthlings didn't affect him. They weren't strong enough to get through his mental defenses. In fact, peyote heightened his psychic conductivity which meant his psychic shield was reinforced and it made it even more difficult for him to surrender his consciousness to their Magicant quorum, with Itoi sat in a meditative pose in the centre, a DS with Mother 3 in his lap, everyone else sat in a circle around him holding hands on the floor of the second hand games shop, Kerry guarding the door, hand still closed around the Saturn controller in a vice-like grip that had to be cybernetically augmented. Anyone who had a copy of Mother, Earthbound or Mother 3 had it switched on.  In the end, Giegue found that opening his empathic sense to the others in the circle, who were absolutely stoned out of their gourd, except Kerry, who appeared to have a sanity of adamantium that had cut through all illusions long ago, including that of reality, and said he was fine just playing Dark Savior, had the same effect as being on drugs himself. A clear blue wave of psionics flowed through the little intranet of minds, pure and unsullied, charged like a sea full of Bionic Krakens, their auras shining brightly, dancing and playing through the mind wave fields. Itoi, the creator, discharging little proto-ideas, adding to the topography of the Mother Land with every conceptual leap. Moor Ecivres, the wanderer, eternally deviating down a portable tunnel reality that undermined the Universe. The Hippy, a simple eternal signal of rapturous praise to the Mother. The Unused Ones, their signal faint, still a little distorted but filled with a power borne of those whom the Universe had not yet put power limits upon, or indeed, rules at all. Giegue himself, the alien, the inexplicable, hidden as he moved, a sine wave at a frequency no mind could hear.
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-Watchin' the credits roll on Mother 3/ 
-My God what have they done to me?/ 
-How I wish that I could be deceased/ 
-Like I was in the pre-release 
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-Farewell my pre-release 
-How I miss your insanity 
-Even though you do not exist  
-You can never be replaced 
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-Oh, back then I was so innocent 
-Didn't realise your true intent 
-If I turn around and count to five 
-Maybe you will still be alive 
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-Farewell my pre-release 
-Without you I am incomplete 
-Feels like you were a part of me 
-That can never be replaced 
It began happening. The doors to Magicant opened one by one. The ghosts of ideas discarded around the fringes of the creator's mind flocked to see their brethren, Tent Person and Dung Beetle and Train and Clayman, and were followed back to their lair. Giegue sneaked along behind them, incomprehensible, and Moor Ecivres followed too. The Hippy remained to keep the channels open, his intense love of Earthbound fortifying the Mother-field that they had created. They began the journey into into the darkness of their womb, their place of creation. It began happening. The doors to Magicant opened one by one. The ghosts of ideas discarded around the fringes of the creator's mind flocked to see their brethren, Tent Person and Dung Beetle and Train and Clayman, and were followed back to their lair. Giegue sneaked along behind them, incomprehensible, and Moor Ecivres followed too. The Hippy remained to keep the channels open, his intense love of Earthbound fortifying the Mother-field that they had created. They began the journey into into the darkness of their womb, their place of creation.
 
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