"Any books taken from the Records, if not under specific enchantments to counteract the effects of time, would after a while simply disappear and return. It is a failsafe to make sure one does not 'check-out' one of the books for too long, or lose one. As some of the old Templars of the past had a habit of doing as they kept them for much longer than intended. So while they look just like any ordinary books, albeit color-coded as to their specific types, if they were simply on the mortal planes, they would have been found by now." Asura fumbled with her staff which was behind her back once more, drumming her fingers along the rod part of it as she explained.
"As for which books are missing, I said this at the meeting. The reason I know that they are gone, is that they are not simply normal books that record. They are pieces of Time. Gone from the Records, means they are gone from Time, and thus my 'memory' as well. If it were an event, it would mean such event never happened. A person, the person never existed. They only reason we do not have people suddenly poofing, or timelines falling a part from this, is because they exist within other books that were linked to the books that were missing, and thus pieces of my memory of such are there, but not in complete form. That makes finding out which events, people, or items of history that are missing, difficult." She paused and looked to Inari and Nek for a moment as if deciding if they should hear what she was to say next, but then gave a nod of her head and continued.
"..The days of the Perfect are missing, not Juris in particular, but the past and our lives from that time.. However, they have always been missing. From as early as I can remember coming into my power, they have been ...frayed.. and as to my own memory of them, even moreso given other reasons.. Yet, even despite that, there were still pieces, and now, even those pieces are missing say for one scroll of various events unrelated to one-another. That is all the information I have as to what is missing, and one of the reasons I could not recall if we had met." She stopped messing with her staff and stood there in somewhat awkwardness, looking ashamed of herself as she admitted to the full extent of her memory loss and just how broken time had really become.
So much of this was going right over Inari's head that when Asura had looked at them, she found herself inching closer to Nek. Why were they there again? She knew they had been asked to find Skye by Master Jay, but then Skye had wanted to go directly to Asura, and now they were amongst not just one but three Embodiments being gaped at by even more Embodiments outside the bubble of time that Asura had put up. It was so much attention that Inari just wanted to hide. Even when she had followed Hikaru around and all of her encounters, she had never felt this out of place. Hikaru had always had her hide or put up displacement fields for defense.
This was way different, several times more nerve-wracking and Inari couldn't stand the fact they were being watched by so many. Little did she know, she was being watched by more than just the Embodiments around them...
"They may be too strong to mess with, but those two aren't." Treachery who continued to watch the goings-on from the roof pointed her thumb back at Inari and Nek as she looked back at Heartbreak. "I mean don't you want to know what could be sooo important that it would drag Justice, Space, AND Time to the city? With a giant barrier up suddenly? Whatever they're talking about, it's got to be better than just sitting around here doing... uh doing.." She stopped and turned fully around to get a better look at him. "..What are you doing anyway...?"