The first time I played “A Darkness Within” was in early November, a few weeks before I went back to my college classes for the summer.
The first chapter was very straightforward.
The player was a girl named Tilly, who was a student at a boarding school called the Whitecliff.
The story was about her mother who was killed by a drug dealer, and her brother, a student who was also killed.
Tilly’s father was the headmaster of the boarding school, and was trying to get her to move out of the school and go to a boarding home in a different state.
The other boy at the boarding home, however, was a man named John, who Tilly found wanting, and decided to teach him to become her teacher.
The teacher taught him everything, and soon they started to bond.
The main character, Tilly was able to move freely between the school’s buildings and play games like “Mazes of the South” and “Maze of Death”.
The other characters, however… well, the story was a little more complicated.
Tillys mother had died at a young age, and she was going to be buried at the Whiteclaw cemetery.
John’s father had also died, and died before Tilly left the boarding house.
John wanted to move to the cemetery in order to honor her mother, and the two were forced to live in different parts of the town.
John had to live with his sister, while Tilly lived with her mother.
The girl Tilly met in the game was named Tandy.
Tandy was a quiet, shy girl with a small, round face, and red hair.
She liked to play video games and was fascinated with “Halo”, the game of the same name.
When Tilly first meets John, she seems like a typical teen, but she quickly learns to love him and wants to help him with his quest.
As a result, Tandy starts to learn to speak with John, and later becomes the first person to befriend him.
The two start to have a bit of a romantic relationship, and John is forced to choose between his friends and himself.
Tiles relationship with John was not a smooth one, but he eventually realized that Tandy is not his true love.
The game ends with John telling Tilly that he loves her and wants her to tell him what he needs to hear.
The end of the game is a very touching scene, as Tilly tells John that he should never have left her.
John then tells her that he will never be able to be with her again, and he will always love her.
Tally, at first, does not want to tell John about what happened to her mother or her brother.
She knows that John is right, and that he must do what he can to help her.
However, Tiles heart breaks when she realizes that she has lost her father, and realizes that John has abandoned her, too.
Tilla is then given a chance to be Tandy’s teacher, and Tandy decides to follow her to the WhiteCliff, to teach John a lesson about being a teacher.
She and John are then introduced to a few more characters, and they get to meet their new friends, and to explore the WhiteCLiff.
While the main character Tilly is still a shy girl, Telly is a quiet girl with red hair and a smile.
She likes to play games and is fascinated with John.
She later meets Tandy, and their relationship develops to the point where Telly tells Tilly about the time when Tilly kissed her.
In this moment, Tally becomes aware of her own weakness, and begins to realize that Telly needs to talk to John about how she needs to tell the truth about her life.
Telly eventually starts to tell her own story about the killing of her mother and her father.
When John first meets Telly, he thinks she is just a shy, timid girl, but after hearing Telly tell her story, John starts to care about her and realizes he loves Telly.
He tells Telly about the events that led to her and her mother being killed, and what he did to get Tilly to do what she wanted to do.
The pair eventually start to bond, and as Telly begins to teach her, John becomes a more reliable teacher.
However… as Tillies story ends, Tinky’s story continues.
Tinky is still afraid of John, but now realizes that it is Tilly who needs to help John.
Tillingy learns to speak to John, which gives her the strength to tell Tilly what she needs from her.
They begin to get closer to each other, and eventually Tilly decides to teach Tandy about John and her life, and in doing so, Tillingys true love, John, finally gets to know Tilly and Tilly becomes the teacher of Tandy and Tilling.
The ending of the story, however….