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About the StoryAll That We Could Ever Be (formerly titled 'Reins') is about the climactic reunion at the end of a reincarnation romance.
ATWCEB is more of a word labyrinth than a game or a story; it's a wandering through the easily-distracted mind of something that's been alive for a very, very long time.
There are stories hidden here. Conversations. Confessions. Doubts, and certainties, and a certain sense of finality.
- Cover art and extra passages have been added.
- The central path has been expanded.
- Bookmark functionality has been added to allow the reader to jump back to the main path at any point.
- Nearly every passage has been rewritten to some extent.
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