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It's Gonna Be Okay by SkunkStarlight It's Gonna Be Okay by SkunkStarlight

The Divine Sanctuary, also known as "The Divine Prison" or just "The Sanctuary" or "The Prison", is a facility equipped for holding divine individuals, especially powerful gods and goddesses, who have proven themselves a threat to society. It is primarily guarded by two zodiacal gods; during the day, Tiger, and at night, Dog. Both of them are physically very strong, and residents are unable to leave their rooms, leave the facility, or use magic in this place unless granted permission.

Unlike the sort of jails and prisons that the kingdoms of mortals often utilize that are designed to punish, the sanctuary is a beautiful place, and prisoners are given luxurious and spacious rooms equipped with a desk, a canopy bed, a kitchen, and a bathroom, among other things, as well as the possibility of more furnishings and customizations at request. Also unlike mortal prisons, there is no strict dress code or uniform, nor are prisoners expected to keep to any sort of schedule. All of this, of course, comes at the cost of freedom, and the intended purpose of the sanctuary is to keep dangerous individuals separate from society, with the hopes that being treated with compassion would help them learn empathy and learn from the error of their ways. It is not, however, a place entirely devoid of punishment, and abrasive prisoners who refuse to be civil may find their stay more uncomfortable than it needs to be.

Having been defeated by Casino Grayleaf and her party, Skunk was brought here to what would be her new home. Scared, despondent, and filled with regret over the harm she has caused to others and to herself, she had fallen into despair and believed she was a monster, that she deserved to rot here forever, that she had ruined her life, and that her life was over. After Skunk had a bath and changed into her nightgown, she still felt miserable, and Dog came soon after to check in on her. Dog consoled her, reassuring her that it's not so bad, that she'll get to be free again someday, and that it's going to be okay.
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