IC (Dekuna): "Allright then, thank you everyone." he called out waving down some of the noise once again and shouting over what remained. It wasn't quite a united organisation with a plan to destroy the Worshippers, but it was a start. He could work from this. "Anyone who wants to coordinate can ask me later on tonight. For now, let's all head downstairs and check out this dungeon!"
He was down the stairs the next moment, teleporting through small gaps in the crowd rather than trying to shove through. In addition to his own curiosity, however, he had another motive for leading the charge downstairs: the Disruptors needed some action right now, something that would make them remember this night. Hopefully, those memories would be positive and they would also associate that satisfaction with the new power structure. Events quickly passed from people's minds, but if they could associate them with an emotion, the commitment would remain much longer. It was a trick he had picked up from a toa of psionics on Stelt, years before he was trapped in the Map. He dropped out of a window 10 stories above the ground, travelling with his mask so that he landed as lightly as if he had walked down the stairs, then rushed back inside the building well before the rest of the crowd.
Striding into the dark room, illuminated from behind by the glow from his lightstone rifle, he saw the Ko-matoran holding a white brick and a large passageway leading downwards into the bedrock of the Map. That passageway hadn't been there earlier when he'd made a sweep of the tower before the meeting. A cold breath of dank, musty air reached him. "It's a long way done" he heard Mystiko say.
"What are we waiting for then?" he asked the gathered Disruptors. "Let's go - cautiously though, we don't know what's down there". He walked forward again, piercing the darkness with sonar. At first, all he could detect was the spiral staircase leading down, but he kept it up anyway. As he had said, he didn't know what he might find, and to him, the unknown was as dangerous as a rampaging tahtorak - moreso even, because he couldn't prepare of it.
He also made sure to keep an eye on Mystiko, they mysterious Ko-maotran who had brought news of this discovery. It was either very lucky or highly fishy that he could turn up out of the blue one day with secret knowledge nobody had heard of before, and then discover a secret tunnel barely 2 minutes after entering a basement that had been used by Disruptors for 30,000 years. He had to know more than he was letting on, and have ulterior motives. (Like his last statement, 'it's a long way down'. How could he know that, if he had been being honest earlier and hadn't been down here before? They couldn't even see one turn of the spiral, so for all they knew, it could be only a few bio down to wherever the staircase led).
IC (Hatann): Hatann hung back as the Disruptors quickly left the chamber. He wasn't in any great hurry, and, in fact, this whole meeting had been a disappointment to him. It wasn't until most people had left the room, then, that he got up to leave and, looking out the window, saw the night sky begin to brighten, spelling out a new name. ... ... ... ... ...
IC (Koranga): Koranga tried to switch tangibility levels to stop the Vortixx, but he wasn't quick enough. On reflection, that was probably a good thing. If they had become tangible while inside each other, then, well, it couldn't have been good. He watched in frustration as the last of Velatin disappeared through the wall.He finally deactivated his mask and punched the stone wall in frustration. It hurt.