An Unexpected Child Ch. 1An Unexpected Child Ch. 12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Damnit!" she yelled.
She was in shock and fear. This couldn't be happening, right? The Mistress was pregnant and she knew all too well who the father was. Out of all the people in the world, why did it have to be the Warden? She had lost control that day. She didn't know why. One moment she was herself, the next she lost all control of the world around her. She came to and found herself in bed with Warden. Oh, how she dread that day! She at first thought it was a dream but realized she was nude in the same bed as him. Her whole world shattered that time. She was glad to get out immediately. However she still had that fear. That fear of the risk of having a child.
"Idiot!" she yelled, swooping her arm across the desk and throwing everything off.
Why that damn overgrown child never put on a condom was beyond her. She hated him for that. When she arrived back at Ultraprison, she quickly got herself tested. She didn't know what the Warden did to himself, or if there were others. But thank
Echo - Chapter 9Echo - Chapter 92 years ago in Drama More Like This
Pinkerton put him through another scan that was more in-depth than usual. He could feel the electricity digging into him deep as it moved through his wires. When the terminal was done with him, it took almost an hour for Harkness to regain control again. Pinkerton scribbled down barely legible notes on his clipboard. He told Harkness to come over in a couple of days; he'd have something for him then. He needed time because they had to do this carefully. Harkness couldn't just cut out or erase things without patching up the seams properly.
If he did that, his system would keep accessing the [NULL], the empty space the erased code would leave behind. It would keep accessing the same empty thing, even though it wasn't there anymore. That was what happened to his tracker. Harkness had ripped it out the moment he was out of the Institute's range and buried it in the sand. For days afterwards, until he reached Pinkerton, his system had kept trying to access it