|The Egypt Game|
The Egypt Game.Edit
Points of View: April Hall, Dr. Huddleston (the Professor)
Dr. Huddleston tells the six "Egyptians" the story of his life, He said he was a professor teaching anthropology, and traveled a lot with his wife to research native tribes and to try to improve their living conditions. After his wife, Anne was killed by the natives, he became reclusive and did not care about the store or about himself. However, April's cry for help helped him break out from his self-imprisonment. He plans to act as a real storekeeper again, employing staff and importing goods.
He also reveals that he frequently watched the six children playing in the storage yard to see that nothing was damaged or no fires were started, and he confesses that it was him writing the Oracle's last message.