Canada is cold but the damp is not as terrible as London. It also has not been raining frequently, for which I am grateful. Though the approach of December has me concerned -- Christmas has always been a family affair.
Strange, how I seem to be adapting so readily to the new surroundings. Almost immediately I have acquired a butler. Despite his sarcasm, I find him pleasant enough (though I doubt he has Walter's talent for wirework.) It is no short of a miserable situation but I am willing to concede on the grounds of fantastic tea.
There seems to be no shortage of the supernatural in Aternaville. Already I have met a woman claimed to be resurrected*, another who claims to "slay**" ghouls and freaks of vampiric nature, and a man from the history of my own country. I do not know what to make of these things but I do hope to be able to put it all together.
I would also like to invest a good amount of time into discovering what brought me to Aternaville. I have not dismissed the possibility of Millennium.^ For all I know, this could be one of the twisted plots of their insane Doctor.
Overall, I have come to realize this town is a mess. No suitable leadership. No order to speak of. I would never run Hellsing in such a haphazard fashion.
:: Sir Integral
*note: research human resurrection in capacity outside of vampiric activity
**note: research the use of this outdated term
***note: properly thank Sir Pellew for his time and
^point of interest: inquire into the nature of Millennium in this universe.
Hey, the town is not that much of a mess! I like it. It's not as if it's perfect, but it is special.
You probably really have met someone who used to be dead. The town's full of people who have.
Also what Millenium are you talking about?
Hopefully there will be some solid leadership once the results for Mayor and for Sheriff are in.
Especially if I happen to become the new Sheriff in town. This town will be far from the 'mess' you claim it to be. Which by the way, it isn't.
Apparently. Yours just might be a bit more warped than normal.
Some. Doesn't make me less suited for the job. Given the fact that there are likely more non-supernaturals than there are supers. Speaking from experience of course.