Frightened, scared, and alone, Muon looked at his dark cell, shivering as his captor came to poor more of the disgusting slop in Muon's food bowl. He had been eating the grey goop for ten days now, which was enough time to become accustomed to the wretched taste of who knows what. Muon poked at it slightly to test its temperature; oddly enough, it was hot this time. Tasting it, he found it was sweet as well. "This time we thought we would give you something better than grey gruel-- sugared grey gruel! Enjoy your slop, kid, or you wont have enough energy to use that brain of yours for our purposes." The Warden, as Muon called him, always teased and twisted Muon's emotions when it came to the future plot that this secretive group had kidnapped him for. Whatever it was, it was dangerous and probably involved cliche super-villain taking over the world stuff. All of it didn't matter right now; it was lunch time and Muon needed to eat. Plus the gruel was adequate, so its not like he would be losing anything. ------------------------------------------------- Despite being eighteen, Jay lived on the streets in a rundown neighborhood. He got along with no one and fought with everyone, even the people he lived with. His abnormal strength and fighting ability allowed him many jobs-- he took the best paying: mercenary work. He fought and punched his way through so many things in life and had so many things to punch and fight with that had yet to appear. However this didn't stop him from going out of his way to track down this mysterious castle that had appeared in his mind one night after he had won a brawl. Now Jay Cho is on the trail leading to this castle; and oh boy was it a long trail. 'Three of four more people left on this list until the chance of me finding this castle withers to a measly 2%...' Jay thought, surveying the list of people that possibly knew where the castle was. Interestingly enough, Jay only had to look on the outskirts of town to find the looming and ominous castle that was somehow still in function. He would know to look there if Muon had been able to send the full message to Jay before being disrupted by lunch. However the others were luckier and got the part about it being outside of Alt-New York. The only part they missed was the five trials and Ten Generals bit... But that isn't important.