The Summer Festival was in full bloom in Transaction Square
and everywhere for that matter. The fire hydrants were releasing their copious amounts
of water while children played in them. Carnival games were set up and prizes
were being handed out. Sprinklers were hooked up to their respective outdoor
faucets. Air conditioners could break down and no one would mind.
Undertaker sighed as he looked at his store from the outside. He had donned his hat once again and his accent. Reighn sat on his shoulder and sighed right after his master. A For Sale sign hung on the front entrance. Undertaker smiled a bit but it was obvious that he was going to miss his side business. However, a full retirement sounded like heaven. He didn’t think he could handle another save the world fiasco. Undertaker turned toward Transaction Square.
Rose stood in place for a few minutes, “O-kay.”
Nest looked disinterested, “Keep her busy. I’ll protect the
Rose looked again. The girl who had a surprising resemblance
to a children’s book he remembered reading long ago was peering around the
corner. He sighed; this wasn’t going to be any fun. He extended his arm. Rose
vines shot forward from inside his sleeve. They struck around where the girl
was. The attack was only meant to frighten not to kill.
Penelope darted back to her hiding spot. She sighed. So much for Anime-zilla saves the day. She heard something though the wall. It sounded like one of the lower doors closing.
Shock of energy balled up in the center than in a sudden
burst, a fiery blue shockwave radiated from the machine. Both Nest and Rose
were blown back a ways. The force field around the building chattered floor by
floor. The force from the wave shattered every window as well. Once it reached
the ground it fanned out at all sides, shattering the windows of all the nearby
windows and vanishing beyond the visible horizon.
Rose got to his feet. He heard Nest laughing hysterically.
“I told you,” Nest said in between laughs, “I told you we’d know when it was working!”
Nest typed frantically at the keyboard. Rose sat nearby,
bored to death. He sat on the ledge facing the machine, his legs dangling over
the edge. Nest ignored the man’s humming.
The machine made a sudden whirl. It started spinning but only
slowly. Rose sat up at the progress.
“Are you almost done?” Rose asked.
“Half way,” Nest reported, “It’s on. Now all I have to do is activate the ingrained program.”
“No! Let me go! Let me go!” Arisa screamed at the top of her
Fang set her down from his shoulder. He forced her to sit
down and placed a hand over her mouth. Tears streamed over his hand as Arisa
cried and screamed against his hand.
“Listen,” Fang said.
She tried to shake her head but Fang’s grip was too firm.
Zero stood on the balcony of the Orwell Building. It was some company that made prototypes of weapons. All of the employees were sent home without an explanation. The building was practically deserted other than his hand full of followers and some guns for hire. The building’s owner was kind enough to lend his building to the just cause of taking over the world. Well, that and he owed Zero. If you owe Zero, it was wise to give him what he wants when he wants it.
~It All Starts Now~
Fang jolted up. He sat up in bed, his breathing was heavy.
The sun seeped through the western window. Cold sweat rolled down his forehead
and face. He stayed still, calming himself before he would go do something
else. He barely remembered falling asleep.
Fang paused suddenly. He grabbed his gun from the nightstand
and aimed it at the door. The lock beeped its approval of the hotel card and
the door started to open.
“Geez, Fang! Put the gun down!” Shadow shouted as he hid behind the door yet again, “Can I come in now?”
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Zero sat in a darkened room. The others were out accomplishing the task that he sent them out to do, except Nest that is. Zero glanced over at the boy. Nest sat in front of a laptop typing away at is as he sat cross-legged on a metal chair. The boys grey baggy clothing looked to engulf him as he sat similar to a bird sitting in its nest. A long faded scarf was wrapped around the boy’s forehead and tied in a knot at the back of his head where the extra cloth fell over one shoulder. His eyes stared unblinkingly at the screen.
Fang took a long sip of tea, enjoying only a moment of peace before the noise and kayos of the coffee shop came over him. Arisa was wolfing down a cinnamon muffin while Blue did what he could to keep their side of the table clean. Alister stared at his cup of coffee, the one that he really didn’t want but was forced on him anyway. Penelope was typing feverishly at her laptop keyboard while her cup of apple cider was getting cold. Shadow and Raven were still asleep in the hotel across the street. Raven was seriously asleep, understandably so because she had to fly the shadowcraft. Shadow just ignored Fang’s several attempts to get him up.
to say again, I am sorry this took so long! Okay, Continuing!
Fang looked over his shoulder. He didn’t like the stares that he was getting from the other Agents. The Agents in the Tower glared at him, sized him up and did well to stay out of his way. Fang walked through two doors into Sage’s office. Shadow stood at Fang’s right side like he usually did. Alister whistled at the size of the place while Penelope gawked at all of the technology she was already thinking of stealing.
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