Cthulhu Under Lake Michigan

(Jo) After discovering multiple shadows, the participant dances them until they feel extraordinarily heavy or ill.

(Ha) Then the participant suddenly plunges into a body of water. He/she/they finds themselves in the middle of a very stormy Lake Michigan and descends down toward the bottom for a great while. Eventually, the participant reaches the bottom where another participant takes the form of Cthulhu. Cthulhu is extraordinarily hungry. If the protagonist wants to come out of this alive, he/she/they have to feed Cthulhu all the physical, emotional, and psychological baggage. These are delicacies to Cthulhu. Cthulhu dances a barbaric consumption of the baggage.

(Kyu/Kyu to New Jo) Hence, under the lake, the protagonist dances the release of all those things that weigh him/her/them down. As the protagonist does this, he/she/they find themselves becoming lighter, and hence are able to ascend till they reach the top.

At the top, a beautiful ship awaits. The storm has passed and there is sunshine creeping from the clouds. Dance the new character.

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