Hello everyone. I've just arrived in town, and got a different story than is the case, but I'm kind of getting the impression they're doing that to everyone. My name is Cheyenne, and I was in Experiment D. (So, HI fellow experiment participants! I've missed you!) Let's see, a little about myself. I like taking pictures, I'm kind of working at becoming an artist, I used to be a model. I used to be part of the council that we set up together in my experiment as well, I'm really not sure what's going on with society-structure in town, if anything? Anyone want to give me the rundown? I'd appreciate it!

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Hi, I'm Leo and I can't help you much with info, because I got dropped into this place as well today. I was in C - the isolation one. Far as I can figure, yeah, they're telling everyone the same thing - rehabilitation, reintegration, red tape, blah. blah, blah - we'll take you in tomorrow. And then I woke up in bed. Nobody knew I was coming either, so - sucks.

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Urgh. Well, at least we're all in the same boat? Thanks for saying something anyways! Nice to meet you, Leo. Sorry you got told the same bunch of crap I did. I hope your household situation is a good one!

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I can second this. I was in E - and that one wasn't really all that bad, which I'm not going to apologize for, it just wasn't: we sat around and then one day there wasn't any food, WHOOPS - and they told me the same thing.

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I didn't ask you to apologize? I'm glad not everyone had to go through the same things. It's weird they're lying to everyone. I mean, I guess the point would be just to twist the knife a bit more, but still. Just odd. I'm Cheyenne...what's your name? And thanks for posting here, I was beginning to feel a little like a leper >.>.

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Uh, yeah. Sorry about that. Pretty much everyone else seems to want us to. And I guess it's weird that they're lying...at this point, things are weird enough that it almost seems normal. I hadn't really thought about their motivation, except that "they" seem like giant control freaks who like to watch us go "huh"?

I'm Camber. And, hey, no problem.

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Yeah, I know what you mean about the weird/normal thing. And I suppose none of us can guess what they're really after, motivation-wise. I'm sure everything's designed for something, just no idea what.

Nice to meet you, Camber.

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Hello Cheyenne, it's Leah. Nothing's really going on with society here at the moment, as far as I can tell. We seem to have all been grouped together in homes, although we were once all in our own homes. I'm really not sure what is going on, other than someone seems to think that I'm going to play a recorder again, which I'm certainly not.

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Hey, Leah! How're you doing? And no society stuff, check. Does the town need it, with no one in charge? I'm probably overthinking things before I even get settled in here. So everyone had their own places, now we're all squished in wherever. That's weird, but I guess not too surprising. How's everything going for you?

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I'm doing as well as can be expected, I suppose. Things are...strange, I suppose. We had a bear running around one day.

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Hi Cheyenne, I'm Emma, from Experiment A. I'm a photography student. What kind of pictures do you take?

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Oh! Awesome! Someone else into it! And all kinds of things, really. In my experiment, I took a lot of them in the tunnels. Actually, after I'm set up properly, I wanted to invite people over, because I have a lot of pictures that I took that have people in them I've never seen. I don't know if it's just them messing with us or what, but...I got a lot of weird shots. Some I don't even remember taking. That happened sometimes though, during tunnel exploration.

That was way more information than you asked me for, wasn't it? Sorry about that. Generally--everything, though I'd initially wanted to do places and objects.