I never thought making copies of a book would actually be useful, until the other day. I still can't believe that Bam knocked it into the fire. What in the world was he doing with it in there? Reading is fine and all, but in the forge.... that's just a big no, no offense to Bamdox. It was partially Neu's fault for sneaking up on him like that. Anyway, at least the original was safe, along with an extra copy. Ruining the original would be absolutely devastating, not to mention the historical worth. You can't replace that. I've also been mentally scarred by Nii-chan... The things he comes to ask me about are disturbing to be honest. I wouldn't even dare to write 'em down, for fear of some kid finding this book.
Recently Bam and I went to the future. It was awful. Humans dressed in vibrant and gaudy clothes, smelling of artificial flowers and disgusting objects. The metal creatures honked and came at us over and over, filling the city of glass spires with such a terrible amount of noise, that silly elf actually tried getting them to shut up. He certainly scared the humans into silence, which is more of a relief than one would think. It hurt my ears to no end, and I'm sure he felt the same. Some people in painfully bright accents were murdered for their comments, which makes it clear that even in the future, humans are idiots. At least the library offered some sort of relief, and it looked quite nice in comparison, much more familiar than anything else in that time. Quite the adventure, but I will NEVER do that again.