She put the controller down and stretched. She closed her eyes and took a deep breath before the next round started. She liked to think her mindful moment centered her, prepared her for the battle to come. Maybe so, maybe not but it was a habit now. She focused her senses on the city she knew so well. The one she remembered from the many run throughs and the (discounted) holiday she’d bought. Her reverie was shattered by her flatmate. “Can you switch that off for a while, please,” he said. “I can smell it from my room.” Madeleine sighed.