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What a great idea! I love to leave the proving grounds because it gives me the opportunity to get out there and get dirt on my boots, but I will get out there and get dirty just as often. I will pick up a book, have a cup of tea, or take a walk. There are no rules for leaving the proving grounds so you can just do what you want.
If you don’t leave the proving grounds, you are essentially committing suicide. You have no choice but to find a way to get out of the room you’re in and back to wherever you’re at. But if you do leave the proving grounds it will be a very short but extremely memorable journey. But as with all great adventures, there will be a price to pay.
For those that want to leave without having to leave their mark on the world, they can simply use an escape pod to go to the next dimension. I have a few myself, but the best way to go is through the portal that opens up when you exit the proving grounds. It’s an excellent way to avoid having to find a way to get back to earth.
I don’t know what the “proving grounds” actually are, but I’m guessing there are some kind of mysterious government-supplied playgrounds. But since the main reason these are there is to keep aliens from coming in, I would imagine the only reason to use them is after the aliens have come in. I’d still be annoyed if someone came in, found the aliens, and then took over a proving ground.
I hope the people who run the proving grounds don’t become mad at us for leaving our footprints in the sand.
It doesn’t seem like the aliens would be mad at us, as they seem to be just as clueless as we are. I dont think they would be particularly upset that we left a trail of footprints all over the sand, but a trail of footprints would be something that would be difficult to explain. It’s best to leave footprints with enough time to make it obvious, but not so much time that the aliens would be able to find them.
The other thing that would annoy the aliens would be the fact that we left them footprints on the sand. In our opinion, the aliens are not that smart, just like us humans. We have to leave our footprints in the sand when we leave the proving grounds, and this will annoy them.
It is a good thing that the aliens are not that smart because we are not that smart. But on the other hand, the aliens can’t see us leaving footprints. This is where the whole “if you don’t leave footprints” idea comes into play. Because of our lack of intelligence and their limited space, the aliens probably don’t see us leaving footprints even if we left them footprints in the sand.
You should definitely see this, because leaving footprints on the beach is a classic form of the “if you dont leave footprints anywhere here” approach. And the more we see it, the more we can probably do it without leaving footprints.