[IZ] Broken Kalopsia - Chapter 22The low alarm echoed in the silence of the night. It was just a bit more than a strong vibration, set to be loud enough to wake up the occupant of the room, but not to disturb the girl who slept on the other side of the corridor. Dib had found out the hard way what happened when you interrupted Gaz’s sleep without a good reason, and he had also learnt, always in the hard way, that there was no reason good enough to excuse such a thing.
The teen blindly reached out for the device, managing to turn it off but also knocking his glasses on the floor in the process. He let out a disgruntled noise and rolled on his side, leaning past the border of the mattress to retrieve his lenses. His mind was starting to wake up, even if slowly, and his brain was finally catching up with the meaning of the alarm that had just gone off.
In the last week, his instrumentation had picked up several alien signatures in the highest levels of the Earth atmosphere. It hadn’t taken him much to verify
[IZ] Broken Kalopsia - Chapter 21On the Massive…
Purple glared hard at the planet around which the flagship of the Irken Armada was orbiting in the moment, wishing that scowling at it would have been enough to make that stupid ball of soil explode. Well, perhaps not really explode, but burn a little bit, so that it could feel how much he despised it. And so that Red, who was currently planet-side, could be aware of how much he disliked him in that moment too. Even if the jerk most likely knew already. His companion had left him on the ship, to take care of some boring useless bureaucracy, while he had teleported down to have some fun supervising the production and kicking some asses just for sport in the meanwhile. It was so unfair. Purple was ready to bet that his co-ruler had rigged the coin they had used to choose who would have taken care of which task. It wouldn’t have been the first time.
The Tallest scoffed. If Red thought that he would have really worked on those
They Corrupt Them chapter 39Said robots were currently out on the town, Gir had been showing them around the city for the past few hours, and they were presently at one of his favorite spots, the Taco Shop. “Aw…the sky is crying again!” Gir exclaimed before his eyes suddenly turned red. “Master’s current position is inside, safe.” He said before his eyes went back to blue. “Yay!”
Key and Hero nodded, sensing their masters were safe inside as well, glad they weren’t caught up in the evil liquid either. “Master is safe too.” Key replied as he glared up at the sky, not liking this rain at all.
“Imma buy us all more burritos!” Gir said happily before going to get more but stopped as somewhere in his cybernetic brain something didn’t feel right. Though, as the SIR tried to focus on what was wrong, he lost it as he became distracted by something else. Hero stopped, eyes turning red for a moment. “Something isn’t right…