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Pathway to the Truth
XrosaryX (2015)
Tags: StoryMaster, FanFiction.Net

Parallel lines are alike. They run side by side together,
reaching the same goal in the exact same form. However
what if the lines show paths of similarities, but the one who
walks them are different? They reach to the same ending, but
each path holds obstacles that although alike at first, are
different to who the path is walked upon by. (Warning: FeMC
for Persona 4!)

Pathway to the Truth


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On: 6/10/2015
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Table of Contents
1. The Beginning
2. Settle
3. Yasogami High
4. Murder They Said
5. Didja Hear?
6. Swallowing Up
7. Into TV Wonderland
8. Upward Downfall
9. Spark Up Now
10. Inner Echo
11. Soaked to the Dream
12. Alarm False?
13. Before Midnight's Showing Again
14. Just Think Paper Cranes

15. Whip Lash
16. Wild Card
17. Strength in Unity
18. I Burn Red
19. At Ease
20. Dormant Rest
21. Moon Rise
22. A Little bit of Sunshine
23. Don't Starve
24. Bite Your Tongue
25. Everyday is Great

1. The Beginning
Ah ha. Jumping onto the bandwagon of a FeMC for Persona
In all honesty I think if they remade Persona 4 in the same
way of Persona 3 Portable it would be pretty interesting.
I hope you all enjoy this first chapter of the fanfic!
The color takes her off guard immediately and her eyes widen
as she takes in her surroundings. Her ears pick up the sounds
of an engine. A car?
Upon closer observation she concludes she's not in any
ordinary car, but inside a limousine. Her back presses against
blue cushioned seats that stretch over the right side of the
limo, stopping at a seat identical to the one she is occupying
across from her.
To the left she spots a bar, it stretches just about the same

length as the car and displays varies bottles and glasses that
shine under the dim blue light provided above.
She remembers that blue was a soothing color. It was
calming to the eyes which would explain why she hadn't
started panicking as her eyes continued to study the inside of
the limo.
Her observation stops when the sight of fog outside the
window beside her meets her gaze.
"Welcome to the Velvet Room."
Her head turns again, finally making out the figures that rest
across from her.
She must have failed to notice them when she let herself
study her surroundings.
A man resting across from her slowly lifts his head as his
elbows continue to rest upon the small blue table in front of
him. She takes notice of his extreme long nose and his
pointed ears, an image of an elf comes to mind as she stares.
Though she doubts he is one as he stares at her with his large
More of a goblin...If anything...
The other figure she finally notices is that of a woman.
The woman rests besides the man with a blue uniform with

the same shade as the blue around. If the man looked
unworldly, this woman mirrored that image in a much more
pleasing way to the human eye.
She's beautiful; platinum blond hair carefully styled in place,
pale skin, and golden eyes that hold a hint of amusement as
she looks back towards the one who stares from across the
"Ah," the man breathes a greeting after a long moment of
silence, "It seems we have a guest with an intriguing destiny."
A chuckle soon follows as the man introduces himself at last,
"My name is Igor...I am delight to make your acquaintance."
His words sound pleasant, but for some odd reason she
cannot shake a certain unease that falls on her as she nods to
The man, Igor, grins at her.
She learns what this place is, the Velvet Room, a space
between dream and reality. Was she dreaming? The question
doesn't seem relevant suddenly as Igor speaks of a 'contract'
and how it seems related to her future. She sits in silence only
to look confused as Igor stares at her.
"...Your name?"
"Oh!" Her voice finally echoes through the space for the first
time since she's awoken, "Yui...Yui Narukami."

Igor takes a moment to cast a glance to the woman to his left,
the grin remaining as he chuckles. "Now...Let's take a look
into your future, shall we?"
A hand is set in front of him and a glow shines through the dim
blue, a deck of cards rest now in front of him.
She recognizes them as tarot card and tilts her head in
curiosity as the small man lets out a deep chuckle, "Do you
believe in fortune telling?"
Her voice emerges out of her mouth again, "No. Isn't...A
reading done with the same cards, but depending on that
person's future the result of the cards shown are different?"
Her understanding of the mechanics are vague and she has
only known about it as a 'silly trick' the girls back in the city
squealed over.
Yet her simple answer brings a wide smile upon Igor's face.
"Ah, yet life itself follows the same principles, yes?" She
muses over that statement and watches him flip the first card.
Upon the surface of the card is a tower being struck by
lighting as two figures are falling out.
Igor's voice snaps her out of her trance, "The Tower is in the
upright position," he muses over, "Representing the immediate
future. It seems a terrible catastrophe is imminent."
She watches as Igor flips up another card, "The card

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