That goes there...
And that goes there...
Aaaaaaaand... There, all done.
Xor lifted the small device and held it up to the lamp he had set up in a small cave near the Valley of Kings. It was about the size of his fist, a cylindrical battery had been wired and duck-taped (always handy to have some) to small bits of Vex components. The bronze parts glowed blue in some places there the energy from the battery pumped in Arc power in place of mind fluid. He clipped it to his belt and plugged a wire from his chestplate into the device.
This can go two ways", he thought to himself, "This could go well and give me one of the best things I've ever come up with." He sucked in a breath and put on his helmet, "Or this could go wrong and I could tear a ho…Read more >
The ogre charged, I took a few cautious steps back before holstering my hand cannon and bolting away down the tunnel. I gasped as I ran, very quickly finding myself out of breath but unable to stop on account of the humongous monster following closely behind me.
The tunnel sloped downwards, much to my disappointment. I leaped forward out over the slope, landing in a roll so I could flawlessly rise again to continue running.
I glanced behind himself to see if I was still being pursued...
The ogre chose that exact moment to lash out with a bloated arm, knocking the me off my feet and sending me flying down the rocky corridor.
I cried out in pain as I hit the ground, rolling several feet until I finally came to a stop on the cave f…Read more >
Are you ready?
Ready as I'll ever be...
Are you sure? Once the operation is complete you will never be able to return to your former-
Just do it already! You need a guinea pig and I have nothing to lose.
If that is how you truly feel... Begin test 11C!
I opened my eyes.
Well, that's not exactly true. More like, I turned them on. It took a second, but eventually they adjusted to the light, letting me take in my surroundings.
I was in a large concrete room with a high ceiling covered in dangling wires. I was strapped to a table, felt cuffs held my wrists, ankles, and torso tight against a cold metal table. An overhead light shone brightly about a foot above my head.
"Oh. You're awake."
The voice was deep and resonating, thoughtful and almost s…
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