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The rest of Buzz's team joined them at the now-visible Heed spaceship. It was not one of the large ones, like they had used in their previous famous attack. This one was small, discreet. It had few weapons built in, and would not fare well in a fight with either Star Command or Zurg. It seemed to be equipped for nothing more than secret transport. Ty was put in charge of making sure the Heed did not escape, as they investigated the spaceship; Ty figured it was Buzz's way of showing Ty how much confidence he had in him. Ty appreciated it. The Heed was about the size of an LGM, and alone, had no chance of struggling free of Ty. So he
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How could a planet made of coarse red soil get so muddy? There didn't seem to be much in the way of water anywhere, yet Ty's boots had gained an extra pound from the mud caked to the soles. He had a fine smearing of the red grime all over him, as well, from stooping behind pipes, squeezing between the too-close-to-be-residential buildings and generally staying low to the ground.
It wasn't hard to find Zurg's tower: his throne room was above every other building. The hard part was trying to think of a way to enter and stop Buzz and the team without alerting Zurg. Ty hoped he had drained the
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Ty didn't know what he would do once he caught up with Buzz, but he figured he would figure it out when he got there. There must be some way to convince Buzz he was leading his team in completely the wrong direction. If only he had been able to show them the video first! Not that it would have helped, Ty reminded himself sourly. It certainly hadn't gone over well with the commander and the rest of Star Command.
Why wouldn't they take something like this serious? Attacking Zurg when he hadn't done anything to deserve it could cause big problems for them, not only obvious-danger-wise, but also legally. Ty didn't