>>29864641 I walk to him, followed by Mirria, "What do you know about it?" "What for?" He doesn't stop walking this time. "We have to take care of it." Mirria talks before I can, "It's tried to kill is constantly." "Take care... do you want me to tell you how to kill a student of mine?" He asks as we take the short elevator ride to the level Sarim is in. We don't answer. "I made the boy inspired by Princess Luna's Tantabus." He tries to jump to the ledge that separates the elevator from the rest of the room, unsuccessfully, so he simply waits for me and Mirria to help him, "Nightmares and dreams can gain corporeal existence, but personhood is something much more difficult. My mistake was in working on the theory that they are two classes of the same object, which was completely, utterly shattered by the boy. As a nightmare, Tantabus sought to overstep its function to meet its purpose and help Princess Luna not feel guilt-- Forcing her to leave it behind. As a dream, the boy simply wants more and more without understanding why."