Morality Check

When you wake up in your home, a metal bunker a mile under the surface, you continue on with your day. But what happens tomorrow will uproot you and send you outside.


4. Childhood B




You decide to sit at the blue square, near some of the social children. They all are a bit reclusive at first, but they start to include you. One asks you if you like to read, and you happily squeal yes. From there, your friendship stems with two friends, Henry and Diana. Henry is the West Quarter spelling champ, and Diana is a common participant in the Math Bowl. You all get along well, and have a very close bond.


Henry is a it naive, perhaps from reading all the fiction he has. But altogether, a very good friend.


Diana can be a bit self - centered at times, but when the going gets rough, she sets her needs aside.


All in all, you had a very happy childhood, one that built up your social skills, and made you benevolent by nature.


That benevolence will aid you today when you leave your home.

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