The Other Side of the City--Chapter 125She wanted to go into the sewers and look for Splinter. She knew he was down there somewhere, he had to be. He had torn those ninja robots into little pieces of metal, she had seen him move when he was in The Burrow, like something walking on air. There was no way that was all gone. He had to be down there somewhere.
If she could find him, maybe she could fix what she’d done.
She was debating with herself, how to go about looking for a rat man who was roaming the city in a crazed state, when she decided she would make the same loop she made only a week ago. She’d see the Inleters, and give Ardillo some of her herbal books, before that, she’d check up on Leatherhead and see how his wound was doing, and first she would go to the Grey Cats and make-up with Chategris.
That was becoming a very tiring pattern.
She gathered up her stuff, along with her kids, and headed toward the center city. She made Aries carry her books, Arcos carry her
The Other Side of the City--Chapter 116 She closed the door to the basement behind her slowly, and doing so brought her attention to her side. She’d dealt with Leatherhead’s wound, but left her own unattended. She put her hand to the side of her chest where she’d been grazed, and hissed at the sting. She had a hole in her shirt, and clicked her tongue in annoyance. “I liked this shirt,” she muttered.
Go home, so heard the voice that was not her voice, but was her voice, in her head.
I am going home, she answered. She poked her head around a corner, to make sure the coast was clear. It was, so she continued on. The way was uneventful, she occasionally had to change her direction because of a Kraang contingency. Once, she had to backtrack because of an EPF unit patrolling the streets. She watched them, marching in such a way as they reminded her of the Kraangdroids marching, simply without the hum. They did not carry mutagen