On the other hand, this seems to have given me a little leverage when dealing with Phillip, which is now an almost daily chore. I'm going to be honest, Phillip isn't that clever. I suspect he's been hollowed (or whatever term you want to use) enough that he can't think that creatively, on the whole he's actually been inclined to believe whatever I've told him. When I told him about Marble Hornets it was enough to convince him to back off his own plans (breaking into her apartment and leaving cryptic messages, like I said, he's not that clever). Right now he looks at me like I'm a superior, he was led to believe that I was going to be his partner and handler for this assignment, and that it was my job to train him. He's still a little upset that I broke his nose and forced him to walk a mile to the nearest road, but "infecting" Elizabeth has convinced him I'm on his side (thank goodness he doesn't actually check this blog). He remains loyal to me and what he knows of my plans, and I can use that to my advantage in the future.
I've considered talking to Him about all of this, but right now everything is still fairly safe and simple, and I'd prefer to keep it that way, at the expense of potentially finding out more on the situation. Look at me, taking the safe route, aren't you all so proud.
I know I haven't been active much lately, but I'll try to get on more often in the future. Hopefully I'll even get better about making posts about what's happening, even though I haven't gotten much practice at that until now. You know, I always knew this was coming, I had just never let myself believe it would be happening so soon.
See you around