A short SatAM Sonsal ficA short SatAM Sonsal fic8 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
From high in the treetops at the Great Forest's edge, Sonic scanned the horizon one last time. His shift ended at 3:00 AM, and soon Bunnie would be taking over at the lookout post. It was a serene summer night; the wind softly rustled the leaves of the trees around him, and the ambient symphony of night insects filled the air. Far across the open plain, Robotropolis rumbled and churned sullenly, but the devious tyrant Robotnik had spared the Freedom Fighters from harm tonight.
Soon Sonic heard metallic clangs as Bunnie was climbing up the tall ladder to the platform. Her robotic limbs made her tread unmistakable. Fighting a yawn, Sonic stretched and rose to greet her as she neared the top of the ladder.
"What's up, Bunnie?"
"You are right now, Sugarhog," she replied amiably as she looked up at him. Sonic smiled and offered her a hand. "How's things on the front?" she asked.
"Nuthin' to report," he replied as helped her up onto the platform. "No trouble from ole'
Aparoid Influence Chapter 2Chapter 2: Within the MindAparoid Influence Chapter 28 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
In the lab on Great Fox, the mechanic has just finished the diagnostic tests on the crystal pieces.
"Okay, finished." Slippy looks at the monitor. "What have we got here?" On the screen is pages of data. "Fox knows I'm no lab tech." He starts reading. "Maybe I should've got Dad's help on this…"
The Arwing specialist examines the screen closely. It takes him a few minutes to conclude the purpose of the material but he is relatively sure after analysis.
"Strange stuff." Slippy says to himself. "It gives off energy and almost reads like it's alive. Wonder where she got this?"
The resident technology expert runs the composition through a database of known substances. Watching it check against the criteria for more than a million things the toad is intrigued.
"Whatever it is, it isn't common." He shakes his head, tiredly. "But that means the search'll take forever." Leaving the powerful mainframe to its work Slippy goes to take a break.
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