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"I'm one of the people reading since the SA forum reposts. You write Jasher completely out of order, then go back and destroy the Multiverse and rewrite it because that's what Jasher does. So that means you can just tell us the end and it shouldn't matter. You made Jasher and only Jasher knows it."
S.M.   --(a comcast email address)





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Kay is literally the soul of the Multiverse. Jasher loves her and has to save her. He just can't actually know that, know that until the very end.
Jasher couldn't have done things any other way than he did to stumble through the Multiverse, and fix things with it in order to untie the greatest Gordian Knot plot in history.
Jasher wins. He gets one side of the cube solid, then the rest falls into place. Duh, Time Coder. All he ever needed was one side.
After he secures our multiverse, brings everyone back, and makes all of our Universe unite (all the fictions we created end up manifest because they deserve life too. Every T…
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"You think I'm lying" said Jasher plainly. "I tell you what. You don't have any concept the energy it costs to do what I've been doing here forever. I'll turn the shit off. I warned you. God, I wish Kay was here to see this."
Wolf News main anchor, Bret Starling was ready. This was his moment. The moment that would define his entire career. The guy that had just appeared out of thin air an hour ago was the one Washington called about that could just show up and get right past security. The guy that put the space ship in front of the moon. It was later explained that he hacked the satellite feeds. This guy was a super hacker. If he was careful here, he'd win a daytime Emmy.
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