Delmar told no one about Alphas presence. She followed them steadily at a safe distance. Even though he despised her, he liked the idea of letting the society know about the location of the rebel base. He also liked the idea of having someone who could help him in case the psychics lead him straight into a trap. Sure he wanted nothing to do with the society but at least he knew they wanted to keep him alive.
"Behold! The beautiful view of Blacktown!" Leon exclaimed formally and pointed out over the field. Delmar looked where he was pointing but there was nothing to see. The field simply ended up with more forest.
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Delmar's storyline part 84 - The road to Blacktown
They left the club early in the morning, before the humans populated the streets again. The morning fog from the river lay thick over new Devantos’ streets. Delmar and the others jumped the bars to the elevated train and rode to the northeast end station. As they got there Leon showed them down into an underground tunnel, deep within the service tunnel network. He called for a transportation robot for them to ride in. The underground tunnels were lit with dim green-blue led lights and they passed both narrow corridors and big halls filled with a network of hanging rails for the robots to use. After half an hour they landed at a stairway
The room Neutron entered was white and he thought it smelled like a mix of sterile hospital equipment and flowers. The noise of the city streamed in through the opened window and the curtains flapped in the cool morning wind. Around the bed stood a plentitude of different flowers, bouquets and get well cards filled with thoughtful words and wishes.
“Hi Radiation…” Neutron said and sat down on the visitor's chair in the hospital room. He took her hand as he regarded her face where she lay in the bed. Had her hand not been warm he would have thought she seemed dead.
“Hi Neutron.” a girl sitting at the other side o