[I Should Go In Alone," Valkyrie Said, Speaking Loudly To Be Heard. "If We Both Go In, It'll Look To Official.""So I'll Just Stay Out Here?" Skulduggery Asked. "But What'll I Do? There's No One To Talk To. It's Boring.""You're Standing On The Roof Of A Train," Valkyrie Pointed Out. "If You Find This Boring, You Really Need Your Head Examined. Just Wait Here. I'll Do What Has To Be Done And I'll Be Find Out."Fine," He Said, Sounding Grumpy. "Don't Be Long.]

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