Raja was pretty excited about this carnival thing when he heard about it. After so many years at RMI, he had gotten used to the sight of Pearl Street Mall. Heck, having grown up in Denver, he’d gotten used to what Colorado was like in general. But this carnival changed things. He had definitely never seen a roller coaster at the end of the street, that was for darn sure.
There was a lot to do and a lot of sights to take in, and he kinda didn’t even know where to start. After taking a somewhat boring and lonely ride on the ferris wheel (he missed Hasfah so much), he decided to mix it up. Not yet ready to conquer the rather rickety looking roller coaster, he took a stroll and ended up in the proximity of the “Real Seer”. The Aquila wasn’t sure how much stock he put into that sort of stuff, although Bailey was surprisingly into it. Still, he thought it might be worth checking out.
He noticed another RMI student standing near the purple yurt and, with a smile, engaged them. “Are you trying to decide if you feel like meddling with fate?” he asked playfully. “Because I think I’m going to, if you want to come see the future with me.