— Moderator Ed-Nonon to Savoice after reconciliation
"The Pool for a Fool" is the tenth episode in the original web series Twenty-Four Days to Delusion. It was completed on September 9th, 2016 in courtesy of the Sonic Fanon Wikia.
- Savoice Allashar Demoy the Dhole
- Uisas Agent Najarv'sye Au-Vimoen the Ragushara (a reference)
- Dojyu Coffnaigh the Oiva
- Ovil Ferah Unhod (a reference)
- Moderator Zyphera Elleai the Siberian Tiger
- Moderator Jola Ed-Nonon the Bull
- Saz Tuy the Rhino
- Lalovan Zedda Rova Wasyu the Pangolin (a quotation)
- Interpreter Zona Kon'effin the Mouse (a mere reference)
- Interpreter Salmah Ogan the Wolf
- Interpreter Khovab Nam Reliso the Swallow (a mere reference)
- Interpreter Pulin Satire the Tiger
- Interpreter Polyizxen "Polly" Feryit the Echidna
In this particular episode, much of Savoice's personality and trust is put to the test, starting with the need to wash his clothes. He asks for assistance in places with Salmah Ogan. He just resolves to steam them, though. After this, he pays another visit to Interpreter Satire's room and has a feast of meat. He recalls his past about his parents and how they came about. Polly and Salmah join them for the eating fest. In simplest terms, the four gained a more friendly relationship.
After all that was done, Zyphera Elleai encounters him and tells him to visit Moderator Ed-Nonon. Although Savoice was somewhat hesitant to do so, he did it anyway. Moderator Ed-Nonon and Savoice speak about reconciliation matters and how sympathy can save one's life. And, the nosy Dojyu Coffnaigh decided to break into the conversation as well, ending it worthwhile.
The final chunk of the episode consists of an implicating conversation between Dojyu Coffnaigh and Savoice. Savoice often accuses Coffnaigh of attempting to make him delusional, and Coffnaigh denies all times. The conversation ends on an extending note to Savoice, that although the conversation was draining, it revived his sense of purpose to becoming a Higher again. So, now Savoice listens to his surroundings and contorts it for his own gain.