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How long has it been since the Milletian saved the goddess, foiled the corrupt alchemists, and pried open the gates of Avalon itself? Has it been days, months, or years?
From the depths of an endless slumber, the Milletian suddenly jolts awake and finds herself on a stark white platform with a knotted symbol on the floor.
In a swirl of black fabric and white hair, a tall, beautiful woman materializes before her and the air fills with a light, comforting tune.
“Welcome back,” she says, her voice gentle, “There’s somebody waiting to see you on the other side.”
With a wave of her hand the Milletian’s vision is filled with a blinding white light. When she opens her eyes, she is in a bustling town square. Several people who were chatting nearby stop when she looks their way and their eyes widen.
“You’re back!” a girl in blue shouts as she runs and embraces the Milletian, “It’s been so long!”
The Milletian looks down at the girl’s wide, shining eyes and fond memories surface in her mind. The girl’s hair had changed, and her clothes were new, but… The Milletian quickly looks around at the other people around her. That messy hair, that old flashing muffler robe, that tomboyish grin, they too had changed but still she recognized them all, and suddenly the world blurred behind her tears.
“Hey,” a boy with stark white hair and a comforting smile puts his hand on her shoulder, “About time you came back to us.” He gently places a large coupon in the Milletian’s hand. “Welcome home.”
The Milletian looks down at the coupon, on which the words “The Returned” were emblazoned, and wipes the tears from her eyes.
“Everyone,” she says, a great, wide smile filling her face, “I’m home.”