PMMM Rebellion - Portents 3

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PMMM Rebellion - Portents 3
Date of Cutscene: 16 November 2013
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Synopsis: Homura's dreams are generally awful. And people ask why she doesn't sleep much.
Cast of Characters: Homura Akemi
Tinyplot: PMMM Rebellion

Some days, you plan out your day and it seems to be going fine. Test out the Abstractum, show Adelaide how her magic works, two birds, one stone. It wasn't supposed to be complicated. And yet.

Tonight, Homura clings to her pillow harder as she sleeps.

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Two girls lie down amidst the ruins of what must have be a city district, in two inches of rain water. One black-haired, in pigtails, and the other pink-haired, each holding a pulsing object in their palm, purple and pink tainted black by shadows. The pink-haired girl suddenly moves over and taps another object on the black-haired one's, and it starts shining brighter until the taint is gone, darkening the new one instead. They are both crying.

"W-Why?! Why did you use it on me?"

"Because... I want to ask you something only you can do. Homura... you can go back in time, right? Change history so an end like this can't happen?"

"Y-Yes..."

"Then... can you go back, and save stupid me before I get tricked by Kyubey?"

"I... I swear it! I promise I'll save you! No matter how many times I have to go back and try, I swear I'll protect you!"

"Thank you..."

The pink-haired girl suddenly writhes in pain.

"C-Can I ask you... one more thing?"

The black-haired girl's answer is a wordless, tearful nod.

"I... I don't want to become a Witch. There are awful, sad things in this world... but... there's a lot of things... worth protecting too..."

"Madoka!"

"Homura... you... finally called me by my first name... I'm... happy..."

The pink-haired girl lifts her hand up, barely, holding out the blackened round crystal. The black-haired girl's outfit changes after much hesitation, and she produces a large pistol that she aims at it.

She starts bawling loud enough to completely cover the sound of the gunshot.