Post by Storyteller on Sept 23, 2011 15:54:58 GMT -5
Terry was quite surprised at the approach of the hot head Stardust. Heh... and here I thought they forgot about me...
Keeping a calm face he looked Stardust straight in the eye and nodded his head. He could easily infiltrate anything and he knew it.
Keeping a level tone, Terry stalk over towards the group and asked in his seemingly destructive voice, "Wwhats iss it tthat you need frrom mme? I go inn thenn I'll comme back outt with inffo on thee unittss, rright?"
Slowly looking around and combing his hands through his hair he thought. Well, seems easy enough, but I may need some back up.
"Prroblem iss... no matterrs howw goood I amm, evenn ann infiltrrationns gatherring misssion like thiss needs me to havve one back upp, annyone in minnd..?" Terry coursed out in his "I'm freaking serious" attitude.
Post by Storyteller on Sept 23, 2011 15:55:28 GMT -5
Stardust glanced at Terry and Blaze. It seemed to her that the latter would only be a burden to the former. But since no one was volunteering anymore. She didn't have a choice. Time was of the essence.
"All right.." she finally uttered. "But you better not mess this up!" Her eyes shifted to Blaze's.
"If this mission failed because of you. I'll have your head for this!" she warned. It was the same for Terry as well. She couldn't bare to think of failing because of these lowlifes.
"If anything went wrong, contact us." Stardust looked outside. She could see a huge water tower near the station. "I'll be your cover."
Post by Storyteller on Sept 23, 2011 15:55:43 GMT -5
Sym raised her hand, as if to speak, then lowered it with a shrug of her shoulders. Someone had beaten her to the punch and volunteered. Well, next time she'd be able to do something, anything to relieve the boredom that a train ride brought, "Heya, good luck guys! Like Stardust says, we'll be outside if you need any help."
She didn't know why she was repeating what others had said, but it felt like the best thing to say at the moment, "So, while they're off having fun infiltrating the enemy base, what're we going to do?"
Post by Storyteller on Sept 23, 2011 15:56:34 GMT -5
Rika stood slowly, and nodded to Blaze and Terry before they stepped out.
Let's just hope that they come out successful. They're combat experts, and they are capable of completing this task. I don't even want to think about formulating a back-up plan. Failure is simply not an option.
Without thinking, she brought her hand to her hair, and touched the pins; the new pin felt foreign against her fingertips, and a new wave of guilt swept through her.
I still can't believe I lost it. I suppose I should get over it, because I can't undo anything now. No use crying over it now.
Unable to suppress a sigh, Rika cleared her head of everything but the task at hand. After Zacke, Blaze, and Terry left, she walked over to the door. Her fingers pressed the button harder than they normally would, and the door slid open. She cast a look over her shoulder and smirked, as if to say, 'Come on, what are you waiting for?'
Rika then stepped out of the train, following in Zacke's footsteps.
This will be wonderful, she thought. "Enjoying each other's company." I'm sure it will prove to be quite interesting.
Post by Storyteller on Sept 23, 2011 15:56:53 GMT -5
"Hold on," Stardust went out of the train to stop Terry and Blaze. She reached behind her left ear and took off a crescent shaped earring.
"Wear this," Stardust handed it to Terry since he was the lead. "If you find anything important let me know." She pointed an earring on her right ear.
"Take it off if something goes wrong." Then she stepped back to face the two. "I'm warning you again, this is serious... Do not fail."
Stardust looked back at the abandoned water tower just a little bit beside the station. If she could just make it from there that could be a perfect place to watch Timber from afar. It was almost sunset and the night was approaching. She would rather spend the whole night waiting for any leads on it than to stay here at the station and rot with the lowlifes.
Post by Storyteller on Sept 23, 2011 15:57:09 GMT -5
Tomoe watched Terry and Blaze, and suddenly decided, What the hell?
She rose to her feet. "I'd like to tag along in this mission," she said out loud to Mercutio and Infinity as she followed them out the train. She shot Blaze a smirk as she continued, "If only to watch out for Blaze's antics. You'll need more than a silent Ninja to keep an eye on her.
I'm fully trained in an infiltration mission like this. My skills lie in stealth and assassination, so I think I should come along. That is, unless someone has an objection...." She looked at Wildwish, unsure of what he might say, and then Blaze, who was probably hoping for someone other than a mute to share the mission with. Then Tomoe looked at Mercutio and Infinity, feeling wary.
Post by Storyteller on Sept 23, 2011 15:57:41 GMT -5
"I'd like to tag along in this mission if only to watch out for Blaze's antics. You'll need more than a silent Ninja to keep an eye on her." Tomoe suddenly said
Blaze turned to face Tomoe and rolled her eyes. "you think I need looking after? Oh come on, with me alone with Terry on a mission that could jeopardize our entire future, what could go wrong?" Blaze joked, conjuring at least 50 things that could go wrong in her head.
"Having Tomoe with us would definitely be a plus." Blaze said. "Come if you wanna, my friend. I have no objections."
Post by Storyteller on Sept 23, 2011 15:58:15 GMT -5
Hmmm? Stardust watched Tomoe as she decided to tag along with Terry and Blaze. A party of three was rather too many for this kind of task. This wasn't a field trip. They were going to spy Timber and the more people in it, the more risky it gets.
"That won't be possible," she spat. "There are too many of you!"
"Two back ups aren't necessary," Stardust looked at Tomoe and Blaze, eyes were dead serious.