Sabe puts on the Time Jumper wristwatch thingymajig… Sabe tries to click back to our time period using the device, but it’s broken. Meanwhile, Landon likes cats better than dogs, isn’t into sports, and used to be overweight.
Main character Sabe is at school and catches up with Teddy, a childhood friend and a “rebel” because he doesn’t seem to study for tests and wears a cat sweatshirt over his school uniform.
When Sabe mentions that the upcoming math test is going to be hard and she needs to study, Teddy calls her a nerd.
In the morning, Nathan says he wasn’t able to fix the device. Sabe is worried she might be stuck in 1911 forever, but at least Nathan is nice enough to let her sleep at his house and look after her. Doesn’t like to talk much but really ups those Relationship points with the awkward two-line conversations that he and Sabe have. He also says a wizard used to live in the old Hayes Mansion, or something. ) But Nathan confesses that before Sabe came along, life was pretty quiet and lonely. He really looks like the Doctor to me for some reason. Sabe goes to the train station and runs into a familiar face: Emmett!!! As Sabe chats with him, we learn that 1.) he’s a delivery guy, 2.) he falls down all the time, 3.) he tried to jump off a train to save Sabe’s handkerchief from blowing away in the wind, 4.) he thinks Sabe is super nice for helping him when he fell down, because nobody This is one open-minded town. Sabe returns to 1911 to chat with Roland, and when she says that she hopes she can’t change the future with her time traveling, she gets another 10 with Roland and the ability to give him gifts! When she returns to the warehouse and gives it to Roland, he blushes and then… As Sabe continues conversing with Roland, she learns that his airplane was passed down to him from his grandpa and his dad, and someday he wants to travel around the world in it.
Now Sabe needs to work, because she needs to buy stuff. The first stop is the gentlemen’s goods store, where I can make some money. If the Doctor had a new outfit and finally got to be a ginger and stuff. Until our package arrives, let’s return to steampunk land and see if anything’s happening at the train station. Then I believe it is time to bother Roland the young pilot. Apparently, he was on his way to buy his sister some medicine when his airplane crashed here, which is why he’s been here trying to fix it. I think that’s sweet, though I regret to deduce that he must not be much of a reader, then. After making money working, Sabe purchases all the things in the shop to have a stash on hand. (That HP cheat is amazing.) Now she has lots of gifts to hand out to people, and first on the list is Nathan back in 1911! He also daydreams about what it would be like to fly to the moon and thinks it’s cool that, you know, that totally happened by Sabe’s time. Seriously, it requires a of dialogue to get to this point, I wonder how it would work without the 2000 HP cheat??
Working expends HP, though, so after making some dough Sabe needs to sleep to regain HP. I don’t know, I’m just digging his look: Roland says he thinks Sabe is an alien because of her watch. wow.) She says it’s a time travel device, a story he actually buys just like Nathan did. He seems to like it when Sabe needs help with school, because he says he can be her tutor. I think I know exactly what he would like, being a clockmaker and all… Anyway, Sabe heads back to Nathan’s house to sleep and decides to chat with him for a minute.
A warning appears that there’s only 29 days until the Time Hole closes!! Um, I don’t know we even know this guy’s name, but… The people here in 1911 are kind of crazy like that, I love it. I want to go back to the present time period and see if a certain package has arrived… But when Sabe tries to give him a gift, he thinks it’s weird. Or maybe Nathan is just such a lonely clockmaker that he’s just really happy for Sabe’s company and falling for her fast. Landon in the lab mentions a few other interesting things: 1.) his dad passed away, and apparently his dad and Teddy were tight, 2.) he’s working in the lab and supporting both Teddy and himself with his income, 3.) he doesn’t like it when Sabe is sarcastic about the economy, 4.) he’s not good with computers and appreciates it when Sabe says he’s old-fashioned. Okay, he won’t accept a gift in the house, but when Sabe takes him on a date, she’s able to give him a watch that she bought at the mall. When he tells Sabe she always needs to take her baths before 8 PM when the water stops getting hot, she has the option of saying Wow.
Soooo Sabe says the strangest thing to Nathan, which is that good people die young and she . Maybe they’re going to make the best odd pair in steampunk world… let’s use the 2000 HP to work like mad, make fat stacks, and buy a plastic boyfriend! He can memorize faces, names, and all kinds of information. After chatting a bit more with Roland, we get here: . =) Back to the present time period to see what happens with Landon and Oz.
I notice that when Sabe has two conversation options, if she chooses the “wrong” one, a little sweat icon will appear over her head. His advance chat software makes him a great companion to have around. First, Sabe goes to her room and chats with Oz, learning 1.) he likes the color orange, 2.) he likes the stickers that Sabe gives him.
She's been trying to avoid the king's guards and their inspections, which isn't easy when her luggage happens to be one of the most wanted men in the kingdom, and even forcing the young girl running the local inn to secrecy over Branwen's arrival isn't a guarantee of safety.