THP: The Dividing Line (Start-Up) - Page 111

# Thread: THP: The Dividing Line (Start-Up)

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Eileen and Heather both looked freaked-out. "I don't want to die!" Heather screamed. "Please, is there any other way?"
"None."

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"Maybe if we lured A-II here," Jet said joining the group.

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"Negative. A-II isn't that stupid or weak. He can break out of any trap we set for him."

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Ace overhearing the conversation stepped in. "So if we de-merge then A-II wins but how does letting them die make any difference if we don't take down A-II before they die. You might want to figure out someway to save them without de-merging them."

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"Uh... Well, if we kill A-II now, somehow... They'll still die, regardless."

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"So even if we de-merge them after killing A-II they'll still die?" Jet asked.

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"The point is that they'll die soon, as Merges, regardless of what anyone does."

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"Enjoy what life you have left you two," Ace said walking away.

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"I'll think of something," the Gallade Merge broke in.

U.H. Laboratories, Temporal Translation Facility, 3086

100% CALCULATED

A scientist stared blankly at the words on the screen as if they weren't there. She sighed, and looked up to the six tall figures in the translation grid. A prep talk would be in order, she thought, If machines needed encouragement, that is. "You have set your parameters, I trust?" she asked them. The monotonous voice of Tau-1 droned back to her.
"Affirmative. Our objectives are set and synchronised." If she didn't know better, the scientist could have sworn that they weren't actually alive, simply robots. She typed in the last few commands into the computer.
>translate 1/6 access009674 -t 5
Translating grid areas 1 to 6 to access009674 in 5 second(s)...

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OOC: PolkJolt, would you do the honors of killing Heather and Eileen? Not messily, though. I have need of their bodies, intact.

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OOC: Of course, though I'll need to go to bed after.

A blue globe appeared in the middle of the gardens, out of nowhere. And then suddenly, a grey-skinned man literally flew out of it, the ground exploding almost volcanically. The explosion travelled up towards Eileen and Heather, separating them. Five more people emerged, a white and green woman tossing two glowing leaves at them like shruikens. It was too late once the six began communicating wirelessly.

Tau-2: Observation: The two we have attacked are not our targets. Conclusion: It is not recommended to attack foes at random again.
Tau-1: Affirmative. Observation: Target located. However, we are outnumbered. The likelihood of failure is 68%. Command: Retreat. And with that, the six fled.

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OOC: Good night to you, then.

Heather and Eileen dropped to the ground, motionless.
"So, that happened. Very well, I suppose I'll have to do this..." Infinity touched Heather on the side of the head, sending an electrical impulse to her functionless brain. One of Heather's wings aimed itself at Eileen, the other at Infinity. The wings fired, a bright light pooling around the three.

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"Well this should be interesting," Jet said watching the triplets

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The light moved right outside the property, then took the form of a nearly 50-foot tall woman.

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OOC: So for lack of words here's my all my characters reaction

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