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20. Fortitude [BLoSC]XR was pressed against the wall, his metal body rattling against the concrete.
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It was a Tradeworld mission, a 0-8-15 Tradeworld mission. But why did it have to be a mission with the energy-vampire? Repressing a whimper the robot shut his optics closed. Buzz and Mira were
out searching for Nos-4-A2. They had split up so their chances of finding him were higher, and XR was teamed up with Booster, the Jo-Adian who was dealing with the energy-vampire right now.
The robot ranger was Booster's backup.
Well, supposed to be.
The two of them were best friends, the inseparable kind, but
Booster didn't want him as a backup, he'd shooed him away and the reason was obvious. Nos-4-A2, the energy-vampire, was XR's self-proclaimed arch-enemy, always lusting for revenge and his power. Not the mighty might power kind of thing, but the energy he was running on, XR's very life-source. The robot had gladly taken the advice of fleeing to get Buzz and Mira, but it resulted in leaving Boost
G-Force: Cakes and CuddlesHurley slumped down, grasping for the piece of cake that had been waiting and smiling at him all day long. He threw it up, about to catch it with his open mouth when Darwin popped around the corner, caught his attention and caused the sweet to bump right into the rookie's tuft.
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"What are you doing there," the red guinea pig questioned, a critical eyebrow raised as he put a biting emphasis into the last word, "Bro?"
Startled the white-brown giant tried to swipe the pastry out of this fur, which proved hard, yet not as hard as finding an explanation.
Darwin tilted his head as he impatiently tapped his right foot.
"We're guinea pigs, Darwin," Hurley sighed, "Saving the world is totally cool and all, but
" he slumped down, glancing up at the commander with pleading eyes, "We need some cake and cuddles once in a while."
The red guinea-pig remained disinterested and wordlessly urged his fluffy not fat companion to go on. The big one ga
46. Family [G-Force]The plastic twisted between his fingers. Technology, it was a no-brainer to him. Who would have known that someday it got the better of him?
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A harsh tug ripped the chip from the gadget and was cleanly scratched by long and trained claws, so that it would do no more harm.
He had been so blind
not only because he lacked his glasses.
Therefore his hearing had been all the better.
"I'm not quite done," Speckles stated before his visito- visitors revealed their presence.
"Well," Juarez, "We thought you might want some company?"
The mole remained stiff for a moment until Darwin walked up to him and ripped the chip out of the next gadget. It didn't proof a danger anymore since the system was down.
Speckles glanced over at him, blinking with an expression that the red guinea-pig found hard to read. Darwin, however, put a paw on his black friend's shoulder.
"I told you we're family, right?"
The mole gave a weak jerk and turned back to the next device, sniffling the air nervously.