'Back To Map' takes you to the map where you can see all the possible locations where a character will appear. Or you will die, even if you only looked at the word warning!And she sat there in agony for hours until she died.
It was finally the end of the first week, for which you were thankful. You could hardly believe that such a young child was the savior of monster-kind. You walk over to them, concern clearly in your eyes. Frisk was still sitting at their desk, drawing a few doodles. ” They held up their picture of two skeletons, one short in blue (you were pretty sure that it was Sans, who picked Frisk up on Wednesday) and one tall in…some kind of red costume? You chose not to mention that he declared himself upon walking through the door.
You wished your students to have a good weekend and gave each child a warm hug before sending them off. Well, you weren’t completely sure what Frisk drew, but you gave them a thumbs up and said it was a beautiful picture. I can call your mom if you’d like.” They shook their head no and said their uncle was coming. The handshake was held too tightly and too long, but you didn’t really mind.
You took a seat next to them and chose to wait another five minutes, but as it turned out, you only had to wait two before a tall skeleton (the one in the picture! “FEAR NOT HUMAN, FOR I, THE GREAT PAPYRUS, HAVE ARRIVED.” You nearly fell out of your chair in shock. You stood up and walked over to introduce yourself. Frisk tugged on Papyrus’s scarf and handed him the drawing they made.
Maths was even used in mythology - the Egyptians figured out the numbers of days in the year with their calendar.
They were one of the ancient peoples who got it closest to the 'true year', though their mathematical skills.