The Thief Third Person Omnisent and Limited
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TPL:Gen As Gen was being forced to go on a journey to steal something, he felt annoyed and a bit sad, and thinking of a a plan to escape Pol and the magus, including the others.
TPO After seeing Gen asleep, and half of the food missing, the magus and Pol are very furious with the thief. "Grab him" The magus says. Pol grabs Gen who had woken up. Seeing the horse crop, Gen is fearful of what comes next.
TPO: During nighttime, Gen tells the magus stories about the old gods and what he knows of them. He also tells stories of the thief god, whom Gen himself was named after. The magus himself is very impressed and Gen's knowledge, and continues to listen
TPL: The magus---The magus is very impressed with Gen's knowledge of the old gods and the thief god. He also learns more about Gen himself, and is very interested in the conversation.
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