The rather... unhappy Pax Humanis members, after letting the officially diagnosed lucker depart in peace with their winnings, which was legally gotten since the person didn't KNOW they were a lucker until now and, therefore, had not been breaking any rules, went to find the casino owner and teach them a lesson about judging others the wrong way. And about trying to get innocent people harmed.
https://peakd.com/fiction/@internutter/challenge-03446-i158-lucky-you -- Anon Guest
[AN: That first sentence is too long and if I allowed myself to rewrite it, it would end up not being yours, Nonny. The ideal maximum for concepts per sentence used to be two when I was a kid...]
Yoshioka had stared at the test placard and at the lines as they formed. "I'm a Lucker. Huh. Should I give the money back?"
"Oh, you won it fair and square," Brutus patted hir on the shoulder and nudged Yoshioka just a little further away from the casino. "Just... don't gamble any more and you're good."
"Deadly habit," added Jack. "Ruins a lot of lives." Coming out of a member of Pax Humanis, that statement was gospel.
Yoshioka ran. It was hir lucky day. Possibly even more so.
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