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In Providence, the spy was being taken away. Biowulf snarled as he passed. The agent looked at him.
"You're a disgrace to Providence and your kind. Traitor." Biowulf said. The agent humphed, and he was led away. Dr. Holiday was standing beside Biowulf, and noticed a few red drops on the floor near him. She raised her eyes and saw the source. Biowulf's shoulder had been hit by the agent's wild shooting.
"Your injured." she said, concerned. Biowulf glanced at his bleeding shoulder.
"It's nothing. I'll be fine." Holiday gently pulled Biowulf's arm towards her lab.
"Come on, let me patch you up." she insisted with a kind smile. Biowulf sighed, knowing there was no use in arguing.
"Fine, but first we need to alert Rex..."
Aurora, Rex, a
Generator Rex: PoisonedPART 3More Like This
"I hope you brought scuba gear." Aurora stood at the edge of the water. Bobo hopped off Rex's back.
"Why is that?" Rex asked.
"Because we have to go underwater." Rex frowned.
"That would have been nice to know before we left." Aurora whipped around and went into her house. A while later she came out holding a clear vial filled with a silvery liquid. She tossed it to Rex.
"Drink this." Rex and Bobo gave the liquid a funny look. Aurora sighed and explained. "It's a potion that allows you to breathe underwater. Now hurry up, or Six won't be around to see Van Kleiss fail." Rex hesitantly opened the vial and paused before taking a drink. It felt oily in his mouth, yet it had no flavor. He handed it to Bobo, who also drank reluctantly.
"Bleck! You could at least add some f
Generator Rex: On Thin IcePART 3More Like This
"Aurora, have you found Rex?" Holiday asked. Aurora was trotting through the snow.
"Not yet, but I've got his scent. Why do you ask?"
"There's a blizzard coming." Aurora looked up at the grey sky. The cold wind blew flurries of snow around her.
"I've noticed. I'll try to find Rex before it hits." Aurora quickened her pace. She stopped when the clouds parted, allowing the sun to send beams of light to the chilled reptile. Aurora raised her head towards the warmth. She spread her wings and fanned out her ears. But it was short-lived. The wind pushed the clouds back, and the sun disappeared. "Well, that was nice while it lasted." She held her nose in the air, sniffing. After finding the trail again, she took off like a bullet.
Rex could hardly sleep, partially because of the noise being made from Plisskin trying to get the power back. The other part was knowing the EVO was still out there. Rex sighed and sat up. He wrapped his arms around himself, tryi