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Posted Oct 18 2011 - 06:49 PM

Brutaka woke up. He got up from his bed and went to his window. He opened the shades. The sun shone down on him. It felt good. He could tell it was going to be a wonderful day on Spherus Magna. Brutaka took off his pajamas and put on his armor. As he did, he hummed the Toa Nuva's latest hit, We Are Awesome (And You're Not!). They had become quite successful as a pop-singing group since they landed on Spherus Magna, beating native bands such as The Tribe of Rock, and The Sand Screechers. Once Brutaka made it to the kitchen, he opened his fridge and took out the wonderful food that was native to the planet. The Agori called it "Bacon". A special process was needed to make it edible, though. Brutaka started up the stove, put on frying pan, and started to "Cook" some "Bacon".After eating his breakfast, Brutaka went outside to get his mail. After retreiving the letters from his mailbox, he walked back to the house looking through them. Nothing but bills. Then he read the last one. He stopped and froze. It was from the Order of Mata Nui. He had retired from the organazation at least a century ago, and shortly afterwards it had disbanded altogether. Until now. Brutaka hurridly rushed to his house. Once he was inside, he opened the envelope. He couldn't believe what it said.Dear Brutaka:We have found it nessiscary to regroup after the discovery of a certain object of great importance. Please go down to the creepy abandoned drive-in movie theater down your street.HelryxP.S. This message will self destruct.The letter instantly blew up in a large ball of flames, leaving Brutaka speechless.Down at the abandoned drive in, Brutaka found several Matoran he recognized. The Voya Nui Resistance team,sporting sunglasses and large machine guns. They stood expressionless as he walked up to them."Hello," said Brutaka. Garan was the only one who turned to to adress him. He held up an unused soda cup."Why don't you go in and have a Pepsi?" He said in a monotone voice. Although he considered himself more a Coca Cola fan, Brutaka grabbed the cup and walked to the abandoned concession stand. The drink dispenser was old and dust covered. Brutaka really didn't think that any soda left inside of it would still be a liquid. All the same, he reluctantly put the cup underneath the one that read "Pepsi". Suddenly a railing shot up around him, and he was shot down miles underground. Seconds later, he was in he middle of a high-tech underground lair. Brutaka stared at it. It was amazing. All of the agents of the Order were busy at work, pressing buttons and turning knobs to make it seem as though they were doing something. Brutaka looked up to see Helryx coming towards him."Good morning Brutaka. I'm glad you're here. We have a mission for you," she said."A Mission?" Brutaka said weakly. He hated when they gave him missions. They only gave him the ones that no one else wanted to do, usually the ones that were suicidal."What is this mission?""Come, I'll show you," said Helryx. She lead him down a maze of corridors until they came to a vast room. Brutaka's eyes were fixed on the large object in the center, surrounded by Matoran scientists. It was some kind of massive steel vehicle."This crashed in the Bara Manga desert eight years ago. We've had our top men reverse engineer it's technology.""What is it?" asked Brutaka. Helryx smiled."A space ship," replied the Toa. Brutaka knew what was coming next."You want me to find who made this?" he sighed."Correct. Our biggest clue is this." Helyrx pointed to the large symbol on the side. It had two paraell verticle lines, and a shorter horizontal line connecting them."The Letter H?" Brutaka asked quizzically."Yes. Every thing is ready to go. We have a crew onboard and supplies stocked. All we need is a captain.""Well I-" Brutaka began. Botar's replacement, Steve, pushed him up the ramp and into the ship. Before Brutaka could react, the door slammed shut. He pounded on the door, as the countdown began. Then he heard a rumbling noise. Before long, Brutaka felt the ship rising off the ground. He ran throughout the ship, looking for a window. When he finally found a tiny port hole, he saw the planet far behind him. Any other agent would have fallen to pieces by now, but not Bruaka. He was used to this sort of treatment. He merely sighed and looked for what he assumed would be the main control room, where he hoped the crew would be. He found a large door, and opened it."Hello boss!" said Vezon. Brutaka fainted.Word Count: 728

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Posted Oct 19 2011 - 05:41 PM

When Brutaka awoke, he found himself in the midst of his worst nightmare. Standing over him was the most disfunctional group of beings he had ever worked with. Two insectoid Barraki. A tall, beautiful Vortixx. A Dark huntress. An emotionally damaged Makuta. And the thing everyone called Vezon. Brutaka jumped to his feet. The group looked at him. "We've been waiting for you!" said Vezon. "They told us it'd be just like old times!" Brutaka noticed that Vezon was the only one who seemed even remotely entusiastic about this. The rest of them looked just as horrified as he did. Except for Carapar, but then again, he always had the same stupid look on his face. "Brutaka, what's going on?" said Lariska, "I was just shopping for knives when someone offered me a candy bar. The next thing I knew, I was here." "At least you had the freedom to shop," grumbled Roodaka, "My beautiful body was rotting away in a cell." "Hey, that was better than our fate," sneered Takadox, "We've been on display every morning at the Aquarium for two hundred years!" "They just kept tapping on the glass," Carapar said between sobs. "Oh, poor babies," Spiriah said mockingly, "At least you weren't Cyrogeniclly frozen and kept in a Mcdonald's freezer!" "I've got you all beat. I've been living in a hole on the outskirts of Koro Nui," said Vezon. "What about you Brutaka?" "Well, seeing as I went legit, I've had a pretty nice life," said the golden armored being. "So what's going on this time?" said Lariska. Brutaka sighed. "We're going on a mission into space," he said, "To find other life forms, and determine if they're threats or not." "Why?" asked Vezon. "Because Helryx said so!" snapped Brutaka. "Now let's get to work!" The crew sat down at some chairs, and began to press some buttons. Brutaka sat in the captain's chair, and massaged his temples. "They were right," he thought, "In space, no one can hear you scream." Brutaka watched the crew of the ship. They had changed little since their last mission. Takadox and Carapar were plotting to take over the world. Lariska was practicing her Karate. Spiriah was sulking in the corner. Roodaka was examining herself in a hand mirror. And Vezon was pressing buttons on the control pannel. Wait.... The ship suddenly rocketed forward, going eight quadrillion lightyears a second. Five minutes later.... Robby, Head janitor at Hero Factory, was cleaning the top of the building. He was one of the oldest robots at the Factory, and had two days until retirement. Not that he was going to retire, as the only other option was playing golf. Robby hated golf. But when you were an old robot, their was not alot you could do. It wasn't like you could do anything else. Something suddenly caught his attention. A shiny, tiny object had appeared in the sky. Robby suddenly realized that it wasn't a tiny object, but a larger one that was coming toward him at full speed. Using his Telescoping vision, Robby saw that it was a vintage Hero Factory transport. The model had gone out of production ages ago, and this one was in good condition, except for the fire that now covered the hull. Robby used his internal computer to caulculate that the ship would collide with the factory in 2.8 seconds. He sighed. He would need his bigger mop to clean up this mess. The Hero factory building was surrounded by firetrucks, all attempting to put out the ravaging fire that was rapidly burining it down. Helecopters and news vans were coming by the dozen. "It is believed a meteor crash caused the near destruction of Hero Factory," Reporter X981 said, "Fortunatly no lives have been reported lost." Suddenly, part of the factory collapsed to reveil a tarnished, burning ship. It shuddered as the door opened. A gangplank slowly emerged and touched the ground. Thousands of Robots gasped. "There appears to be an unidentified space craft in the...." X981 paused as several beings emerged from the ship. "Oh....OH SWEET MOTHERBOARD IN MICROSOFT I'VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THEM!!! Are you getting this?" he asked the camera-bot. Indeed, all over the city, Robots gasped in horror as they saw the first biomechanical beings they had ever seen. Brutaka and his crew gazed out at the silent, stupified crowd. Even from this distance he could tell they were completely mechanical. For approximately five minutes, no one said anything. He turned to his crew. "What do I do?" he whispered. "How should I know?" Spiriah said. "Should I ask them to take me to their leader or something?" Brutaka asked nervously. Before anyone could say anything else, Vezon stepped out onto the gangplank. " :alien: We come in Peace!" he cried. He gave them the customary Skakdi salute. Unfortunatly, The Skakdi salute is what most other cultures (Including Matoran) would call "Highly offensive." Though the severity of this offense differs from planet to planet, it was fortunatly considered a minor offense in the city of Makuhero. However, no one in the city spoke Matoran, and to the citizens of Makuhero, crashing into their main source of income, emerging from what is presumabley a stolen ship, and offending eighty-four percent of the population is a very big offense. Word count: 886

Edited by spyder ryder, Oct 20 2011 - 01:40 AM.

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Posted Oct 20 2011 - 01:46 AM

There are some great lines in there, and you're doing a good job developing your characters! Keep up the excellent work.-Shyyrn
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"Let me realize that my past failures at follow-through are no indication of my future performance...

...They're just healthy little fires that are going to light up my resolve." 


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Posted Oct 20 2011 - 06:29 AM

Preston led his team of Heroes through the crowd. "Remember, always aim for the battery pack," he told his team. "I don't think they have any battery packs," said Duncan. "Well it's not like it's gonna be hard, I mean, only one has a blaster. The rest are carrying blades," said Mark. "FIRE!" cried Preston. The Heroes opened fire on the group of beings. They cried out in alarm. "What the heck are those?" said Takadox. "Whatever they are, they're toast!" growled Carapar as he hurled himself at them. Using his two massive claws, he grabbed the blue Robot and threw it at the crowd. Before Brutaka could tell them otherwise, the rest of the crew began to fight. Vezon was beating the red robot over the head with his spear. Lariska nimbly dodged the silver one's blows, returning her own, powerful punches. Takadox was using his Manits style of fighting, which involved holding his knives above his head and hissing at his enemy. Meanwhile, Spiriah had activated his power over magnatism and was spinning the green robot around in the air. Roodaka had drop kicked the black robot out of sight. Brutaka suddenly saw thousands more of the robots heading their way. The rest of his team noticed this, and fled screaming into the alleyways of the city. "We have just witnessed one of the most brutal fights of all time," said Reporter X981. Behind him stood the charred Hero Factory, and an ambulence. "A spacecraft carrying seven aliens crash landed on Hero Factory today, causing trillions of dollars in damage. The Hero team dispatched to deal with it was met with violence from the purpotrators, and were injured in the process." Nearby, William Furno was laying in a gurney. "Now what do we do?" said Spiriah. He and the rest of the team were huddled together in a dumpster, the only place of shelter they could find. "Easy. We sit here and rot for the next thousand years," grumbled Takadox. The Insectoid turned to Carapar. "Would you move over? My leg's falling asleep." "I can't," said Carapar, "There's no room." "Would all of you be quiet!" Snapped Brutaka, "This is a serious situation here. We're on an unfriendly planet with no passports, no money, and no good reason for even being here!" "And who's fault is that?" sneered Roodaka. The team glared at Brutaka. "It's not mine! I didn't even want to go on this mission!" "Excuse me," Said Vezon, "I just had a thought. If this planet is populated by robots, who do not ingest substance for survival, Where are we supossed to find food?" The Team's eyes widend in horror. "I vote we eat Spiriah first," said Lariska, "He probably had the most digestable energy." The Makuta looked at her Indignately. "Oh really?" he said, "What about Dark huntress? I hear they taste good." "Everybody calm down!" barked Brutaka, "We're not eating anybody!" "Wait a minute," said Vezon, "I think I saw a park full of trees not too far away. Maybe we can find some fruit!" Word count: 511
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Posted Oct 20 2011 - 10:06 AM

I think theres a fruit in the cell already.Nice work on this, favorite line has to be this

The model had gone out of production ages ago, and this one was in good condition, except for the fire that now covered the hull

understatement is a key to awesome humor. keep it up!

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Posted Oct 20 2011 - 06:38 PM

The Moon shone overhead as seven shadowy figures made their way to the Makuhero City Park. While not exactly Yellowstone, The Park was home to the six remaining trees on the planet. "I don't see any fruit" Roodaka hissed angrily. "I said I saw trees, I never said I saw fruit," said Vezon. "Will you two knock it off?" whispered Brutaka, "You're going to get us all-" At that moment, dozens of search lights beamed down at them. An army of military robots surrounded the unlucky group. "Caught..." finished Brutaka. Suddenly, Vezon whipped out a Tommy gun he had been hidding in his cape. "YOU'LL NEVER TAKE ME ALIVE, COPPERS!" The insane Skakdi shouted as he opened fire. Spiriah did likewise, shooting spheres of light at the robots. The Army scattered to avoid being hit. The Fugitives ran through a gap in the crowd, and back into the alleyway. "Where are we going?" Lariska asked as she ran. "Away from here!" cried Takadox. At that moment, Vezon spotted a hover bus parked at a bus stop. "Follow me!" he said. While many assumed it was a bad idea to do anything Vezon said, they were desperate. They followed Vezon onto the bus. The Skakdi buckled himself into the driver's seat. "Sit down, buckle up, and hold on!" he said as he turned the key. The bus roared to life, and speed down the road. "Why are you driving this thing?" snarled Roodaka. "Because I always wanted to drive a hover-vehicle," He answered as he swerved across the highway. Vezon looked in the rearveiw mirror, and saw the flashing sirens of a dozen police cars. "You wanna drive?" he asked Roodaka. Before the Vortixx could answer, Vezon lept from the driver's seat and slid down the aisle. Roodaka grabbed the steering wheel and tried to keep the bus from crashing. Meanwhile, Vezon, and Spiriah had opened the back windows and were firing at the pursuing robots. "These guys don't quit," muttered the Makuta as he struggled to reload his Midak Skyblaster. "Stand back," said Carapar. He made his way to the back door, and opened it. Gripping a seat with his massive claws, he tore it from the bus floor and hurled it at their pursuers. The three looked in awe as a massive explosion resulted. "What the?" said Takadox. He looked at the small label on the seats. "Thermo-Nuclear powered seat warmers," the Mantis read, "What will they think of next?" "We're not out of the woods yet," said Vezon as he reloaded his weapon, "Here comes the calvary." The Team looked out the front window to see the road blocked by a wall of futuristic tanks. "What do we do?!" Lariska shouted over the noise of the shreiking sirens. The bus continued to rocket toward the wall of tanks, only minutes away. "Outta the way!" Brutaka commanded as he pushed Roodaka out of the driver's seat. He grabbed the wheel and turned it 360 degrees. The Bus spun around, turning back to the police cars that were pursuing it. The gamble paid off. Suprised by the uncanny manuver, the cars swerved to the side of the road. However, the bus sped throught the window of the Makuhero city mall. Though the bus didn't stop, the impact caused Brutaka to bash his head on the bullet proof windsheild. The golden armored being slumped over. Vezon pulled him from the seat, and grabbed the wheel. "They're comming!" Takadox said. "And we are going," replied the Skakdi as he steered the bus into the hallways of the mall. Shoppers fled as the rouge vehicle crashed into the various stands. "Lotta space in this mall," said Carapar as he observed the scenery. Close behind, the cops continued to pursue. "That looks nice," Roodaka said as they drove past a manikin displaying the latest fashion. Vezon turned down a corner. "Toys R Us," said Takadox, pointing his knife at the store. "This place has got everything," Vezon said in wonder. They saw they were coming up to a display stand. "Brace for impact!" Vezon shouted. The Bus zoomed throught the stand, sending the wreakage up in the air. It rained back down on the pursuing cops. Finally, the Bus shot out of another window, and back onto the streets. "Now where to?" said Lariska. "Well, now that Goldie's out, we can do what we were made to do. Let's cause some trouble," said Roodaka. All the beings on the bus grinned fiendishly, except for Lariska. Later, the bus was zooming down a residential area. Carapar leaned out the window, holding a baseball bat. "There's one," Vezon said, pointing at an upcoming mailbox. Carapar swung the bat at the mail-holding device, smashing it to smithereens. Word Count: 790
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Posted Oct 21 2011 - 04:46 PM

Von Nebula and his gang wasted no time taking advantage of the current situation. With the whole city in a panic over invading aliens, robbing the bank would be a sinch. Under the cover of night, they drove to the bank in a large hover-van. "Remember," Von Nebula told his minions, "We're here for cash. Not for treasure." They slowly exited the vehicle, and went over to the locked glass doors. Corroder took out a glass cutter and began to begin the painfully tedious job of cutting open the door handle. Suddenly, something that looked like a small twister blasted out the door, shattering the glass. When it stopped, it was reveiled that it was Vezon, who had several gigantic bags of cash on his back. "Sorry fellas," said the Skakdi, "Waste not want not." The Skakdi made a noise like a bird. A beat-up looking bus suddenly emerged from the nearest alley. Vezon hopped on, and the bus sped away. As the shocked villains stood in awe, sirens began to whine in the distance. "COPS!" cried Rotor. The gang immediantly piled in the van, and started to pursue the bus. As they drove, Rotor saw that Von Nebula was noticably upset. "I want information on them," He ranted, "I want to know who they are, where they come from, and where they're going with my money!" "Our money," Thunder said reluctantly. "SHUT UP!" thundered Von Nebula. Meanwhile, the team was having a small party on the bus. Using their newfound wealth, they had managed to find the last burger joint on the planet, for the old fashioned folks who still like to eat once in a while. Though the robot at the drive through found it a little bit odd when he recieved an order for one million hamburgers, He figured that it was better than nothing. "Where to?" asked Vezon as he took a bit out of his sandwich. "Are you thinking what I'm thinking?" asked Spiriah. "ROADTRIP! ROADTRIP! ROADTRIP!" chanted Carapar and Takadox. Brutaka awoke in a bed. This was strange considering he had been knocked out in a bus. He looked around. He saw that he was in a small room, inside what was presumably a spaceship. Immediantly, he knew what had happened. He lept out of the bed and ran down the hallway. He soon came to the control room. There he found his team looking a map of the galaxy. They looked up at Brutaka. He had a furious look on his face. "What did you do?" He whispered. They slowly backed away and grinned at him sheepishly. "MM-MMph!" said Lariska. She was tied up in a chair with a hankerchief over her mouth. "H-hi boss," said Takadox. Brutaka went over and cut Lariska loose. "LOOK IN THE CLOSET!" she said. Brutaka made his way over to the closet. Vezon put his body over it. "You don't really want to do that," he said. Brutaka picked him up by the head and tossed him out of the way. When he opened the closet, trillions of green pieces of paper spilled out. He reached down and picked one up. "Is this what I think it is?" The golden warrior growled. Vezon shrugged. "You'd think you'd be proud of us," He said, "We didn't steal this ship. We bought it." "WITH STOLEN MONEY!" bellowed Brutaka. His blade crackled with energy. "Can it, portalface," said Spiriah, "We've had enough of you. It's your fault the Order made us work together in the first place." Brutaka grabbed him by the Kanohi and slammed him into the dashboard. Spiriah groaned and slumped to the floor. Brutaka turned to the rest of the crew. "Anyone else wanna quistion my authority?" he said. Suddenly, the ship came out of hyperspace. Brutaka turned to see Vezon landing them on a sandy planet. "We need to get fuel," said the Skakdi, "I thought we could stop here." Brutaka sighed. The Planet turned out to be a dry, desert environment. The Ship landed at the spaceport. "Fill 'er up," said Brutaka. The odd little alien at the pump stuck a hose in the ship's fuel tank. Needing to refresh themselves, the team of misfits went to the nearest cantina. When they entered, a bizzare noise filled their ears. They looked and saw several big-headed beings playing a variety of alien instraments. They went up to the counter. We don't serve droids here," grumbled the bar tender. A younger alien came to take their orders. Vezon grinned, exposing his gigantic pearly white teeth. "I'll have a liter of cola," he said. "Liter of Cola?" the alien said, turning to the older being, "Do we have Liter of Cola?" "Just get a sprite," Takadox said to Vezon. "I don't want a sprite," growled Vezon, "I want a Liter of Cola." "Sorry, I don't know what that is," Said the Alien. Vezon reached over the counter and grabbed him by the coller. "LITER IS FRENCH, FOR GET ME SOME FREAKING COLA BEFORE I RIP YOUR LEGS OFF!!!" screamed Vezon. The Alien said nothing, and quietly went to fill their orders. Meanwhile, Carapar had found a bizzare looking alien who had bumped into him. "RRRRRR," said the crab like being. "He doesn't like you," said Takadox. "Sorry," said the alien. "You should be more carful next time," said Takadox. "We're wanted bugs." "I'll be more carful next time," said the Alien. "You'll be dead!" said the mantis. Carapar suddenly lunged at the alien, when another suddenly lopped off his arm with a laser sword. "Ow," said Carapar, as he reattatched the limb.

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Posted Oct 21 2011 - 09:59 PM

Brutaka and his team sat at a booth, awaiting their orders. When the waiter finally brought them their food, Vezon threw a wad of cash at him. "Here, give some to the band. Tell them to get some lessons," he said. "So what will we do now?" asked Lariska, as she stared at the slug-like thing on her plate. "We'll find a way to get home," said Brutaka. "We can't stay in this part of the galaxy thanks to some people." He glared at the rest of the team. Meanwhile, a huge, evil looking ship was floating just outside the asteroid belt of Yarn. Deep inside it, Von Nebula and his gang sat around a table. "Gentleman, as you know it seems that we have come across a band of criminals who seem determined to beat us at our own game," Von Nebula said. He looked around the table. Most of his gang looked incredibly bored. Von Nebula knew this was because they did not have the mentality to sit for five minutes and plan ahead. "I propose a plan to capture and eliminate the threat of these aliens," he continued. "How?" asked Vapor. "Uh......" said Von Nebula. "Do we use high-grade explosives?" Xplode asked. "Do we by any chance get to use Radioactive substances?" Meltdown said, his eye lighting up with joy. "How about highly corrosive acids?" inquired Corroder. "Smash 'em?" asked Thunder. "Oh, what about Biohazard gas?" asked Rotor. "Or we can shoot water at them!" said Vapor. This earned him an odd look from the other members of the gang. "What?" said the blue robot. "Ugh, let's get going, this sun is probably killing my skin," said Roodaka as she and the rest of the team walked back to the ship. "Well then, who's up for a trip to the Museum of unnatural history?" said Vezon as he looked through a pamphlet. "I'm not," said Spiriah, "And no one else is either." "Eveybody shut up. We are going home, and that's final," said Brutaka. "I have a qustion," said Carapar, "Which way is home?" Brutaka froze. He turned to Lariska. "Lariska, you know the way home. Right? Right?" Lariska shrugged. "I dunno," said the Dark Huntress, "I thought you were paying attention." "Okay, does anyone know the way home?" asked Takadox. "I think I do," said Vezon. Everyone turned and looked at him, awaiting for him to say more. "Well?" Brutaka said impatiently. Vezon smiled. "It's the second star to the right and strait on till morning." It was unfortunate that the team ignored Vezon's directions home. While they would not have took them home at all, they would have been taken to a wonderful world filled with Pirates, Native Americans, wild human children, and a large crocodile that had swallowed an alarm clock. However, they instead went to the nearest galactic library. The team walked silently through the doors to the library. Upon entering, they were supprised to see it was a small room with a gigantic television screen. A simulated Robotic face appeared on the screen. "Welcome," the computer said in an annoyingly cheerful voice, "To the intergalactic Library. How may I help you?" "This isn't a library," Takadox said suspiciously, "There aren't any books." The computer laughed. "Books? You must be mistaken. Nobody uses books anymore," said the computer. "Then how do you learn?" asked Lariska. The computer laughed some more. "I get it. I'm being punked. Where are the cameras?" "Let me explain," said Brutaka. "We're looking for an atlas of the galaxy." "An atlas of the galaxy?" said the computer, "You're serious aren't you?" "Why so serious?" asked Vezon, grinning his creepiest grin. "You must be the dumbest lifeforms in the universe," The computer chirped, "An atlas of the galaxy would be so big you couldn't even see the planets." "Well, seeing as you're a computer, can you do a selective search?" chimed in Roodaka, "Like on the internet?" "Sure thing. What planet are you looking for?" "Spherus Magna," said Brutaka. Seconds later, the computer responded. "I'm sorry, no such planet exists. Thank you for visiting and come again soon." "Wait a minute," said Vezon, "Spherus Magna is our homeworld. If it didn't exist, then we wouldn't be standing here." "But you are..." said the computer. "So it must exist. But my computer says it doesn't exist. But here you are standing before me. So therefore-" At that moment, the computer exploded. The power went out all over the city. "I think it's time to go," said Brutaka.

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Posted Oct 22 2011 - 11:22 AM

The Team walked down the front steps of the library. The powered down town around them was eerily dark and silent. "I have a bad feeling about this," said Vezon. The Skakdi's premonition turned out to be true. Moments later, a hailfire of energy bolts was fired at them from the rooftops above. "We got 'em now!" someone cried victoriously. Brutaka looked up to see the heroes they had faced before. Suddenly, several of them jumped down infront of the team. "Hands up!" cried William. Carapar suddenly bashed him with his claws. "I don't have hands," said the arthropod. He was suddenly struck by a metal sphere. "Hey, leave him alone!" said Duncan, who ran to the rescue. Brutaka launched a kick at the silver-plated behemoth, and sent him flying through several brick walls. Meanwhile, Lariska fought against Mark. "Hey, WATTS up?" said Mark, as he fired bolts of lightning at the dark huntress. Lariska rolled her eyes. "How many times have you used that line before?" she asked as she slashed her daggers at the blue robot. Brutaka was locked in combat with Preston, who dispite his small size was clearly a veteran fighter. However, the Order of Mata Nui had developed a special fighting techniqe against small opponents. It was known as "Stomping." Brutaka was an exipirenced stomper, and had taken down more Matoran criminals that any other member. However, Preston appeared to be faster than a normal Matoran. Infact, he was so fast, Brutaka didn't have time to duck when he fired an icebolt at his head. The Giant swayed back and forth, suddenly toppling over on the victorious Preston. Meanwhile, Carapar had gone Rambo. He decked out in squid ammo from his mandibles to his feet, and carried a giant squid launcher, which had been specially designed. It cost 400,000 dollars to fire it for 12 seconds. However, as Carapar was a villain and therefore did not play by the rules, he refused to pay it. He laughed manically as he fired vampiric squid at the heroes. Vezon was cornered by William and Natalie. "Hold on kiddies, I know I've got something here for ya," the Skakdi said as he rummaged through his cape. He pulled out a zamor launcher similar to the ones used by the Toa Inika. William and Natalie stared at it. They had never seen anything like it. Vezon pulled the trigger, sending zamor spheres towards the two heroes. They were stuck head on by the barrage of blue projectiles, which exploded on impact, coating them in an electric blue goo. "Ugh, what is this?" cried Natalie as she struggled to scrape it off. "Old family recipe," said Vezon,"Battery acid mixed with Koolaid." Meanwhile, in the darkest reaches of the galaxy, Von Nebula was plotting. "I have a plan. We are to use....Bounty hunters," he told his gang. "Bounty hunters?" sneered Corroder, "We don't need those scum." Ignoring his words, Von Nebula picked up the phone. On the planet of Xo, right next to the planet of Ox, was a Ship that had once been a Vahki transport. It's two occupants were known as Nidhiki and Krekka. Exactly how they had survived and escaped the Matoran universe is a mysterey, but it is believed they used Black Mail and Identity theft. At the moment, Nidhiki was on the phone while Krekka sat nearby. "This is Nidhiki and Krekka's agent. We're-I mean they're on a very dangerous mission right now-" he was interupted by Krekka. "No, no, no!" He whispered. "But totally available at the same time," continued the insectoid. "So the Ad says something about an aluminum falcon.... :unsure: That's not a giant bug eating bird, is it? Oh no, A ship, a ship! They can totally do that." "Tell him we always get our man!" said Krekka. "I'm not going to say that," whispered Nidhiki. "It sounds confident! You need to sound confident!" "Alright," sighed Nidhiki, "They always get their man......Or Skakdi, yeah. Okay, Evil lair no. 7, 4:00 p.m." Nidhiki turned to Krekka. "They're sending a shuttle," he whispered excitedly. "This is so cool!" exclaimed Krekka. Nidhiki hung up the phone, and turned to his partner. "DUDE, WE ARE BOUNTY HUNTERS!" He shouted as they high-fived each other. Word count: 707

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Posted Oct 22 2011 - 06:44 PM

This is pretty funny. I love the star wars refrences and vezon. vezon's just so awesome. keep it up!
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Posted Oct 23 2011 - 09:40 AM

"What do we do with these pieces of Scrap metal?" said Spiriah as he set the defeated heroes in a pile. "Are they edible?" asked Vezon. "I don't think so," said Lariska. "What about golden rod?" Takadox said, gesturing towards the unconscies Brutaka. "Is he dead? I got a shovel on the ship," said Vezon. "I doubt it," said Roodaka. "Well then," said Carapar, still brandishing his giant squid launcher, "Who's up for a Sandvich?" "Nah. Let's get out of here," said Takadox. He turned to the Robots that layed on the ground. "What do we do with them?" "They're probably worth ransom," said Roodaka, "But how do we keep them subdued?" "I'll take care of that," said Spiriah. The Makuta suddenly generated six writhering Kraata, and placed one on each hero. They latched on to the hero cores, and began to suck the energy out. "Won't that kill them?" Lariska asked. Spiriah shook his head. "Nah. They'll just use their energy so the heroes can't. It'll be like they're in stasis." "Cool," said Vezon. "Who's up for another bank robbery?" Von Nebula looked at the array of bounty hunters that stood before him. "You are to use any methods nescisary, but I want them alive. No disintigrations. "As you wish," said a red armored being. Von Nebula suddenly noticed two odd looking bounty hunters at the end of the line. One was a green armored insectoid. The other was a large, blue and white brute. "Who are you?" said the Criminal Mastermind. "I'm Nidhiki," said the spider-like being. "KREKKA!" shouted the other. "What are your qualifacations for this mission?" "Well," said Nidhiki, "We once worked for a dragon-like warlord who's only desire was world domination." "Anything else?" "COOL WEAPONS!" shouted Krekka as he Fired a weakening disk at a support pillar. A cat walk above suddenly collapsed, crushing valuble machinery. "Yeah.....GET THE ^%$#^%*& OUT OF MY SHIP!" Ranted Von Nebula. Word count: 321

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Posted Oct 23 2011 - 04:28 PM

The Team's ship soared through the galaxy. Brutaka sat in the captain's chair with an ice pack on his head. He had been receiving more head injuries than usual, and he was not happy about it. "How much farther to MakuHero City?" he said. Vezon turned to him. "About 20,000 lightyears, captain," Vezon said. Brutaka knew nothing of the Crew's true intentions. While Brutaka was planning to try to explain the team's behavior to the Galactic Leaders, The Team was planning to offer the Heroes for ransom. Brutaka had no idea that they were locked in the brig. "Think we can blast out of here?" asked Mark. William shrugged. "I think so. But how do we get past the criminals?" he said. "Listen up Rookies," said Preston, "I was able to tap into the ship's computer. We're heading back to MakuHero. Don't do anything until we arrive." "What about the slugs?" Duncan said, pointing to the Kraata that were huddled in the corner. Natalie chatted quietly to them. "So what are you again?" Natalie said. "We are the Kraata," the slugs whispered in unison, "We are Dominant. We are supreme." "What makes you supreme?" Natalie asked, in a manner similar to a psyciatrist. "We are superior to you. We will one day rule all. We will crush any opposition." "Ugh, stop talking to them," said Jimi, "Those things creep me out." "Get out of my face," snarled Roodaka. "But we were meant to be with each other," Vezon said, "It's written in the stars." "You're disgusting!" said the Vortixx. "Is that How Vortixx say they love you?" Vezon said hopefully. "Settle down, you two," said Spiriah, "We've arrived." The Makuta steered the ship toward a landing pad on MakuHero. The moment the ship touched the ground, a blast was heard from the brig. "What was that?" Brutaka said, getting up from his chair. Vezon quickly shut the hall door. "Nothing. That was nothing," the Skakdi said. Brutaka narrowed his eyes and flung Vezon out of the way. He opened the door to the hallway, and was immediantly struck by a bold of energy. "Not again," he sighed as he passed out. The Heroes led the Criminals out of the ship in handcuffs. "See. I told you it would be easy," said Preston. The others laughed and cheered. Suddenly, a Steltian wearing armor and a jet-pack blasted out from behind some crates. " http://www.bzpower.c...tyle_emoticons/default/cool.png BACK FROM THE DEAD, A-BOMBS!" Sidorak cried victoriously as he blasted the hereos from the air. The Team watched in awe as the flying being blasted their captors with amazing percision. The Steltian suddenly landed and pulled out a blue lightsaber. "Ohoho! Siddy's got himself a lightsaber now!" He cried as he pulled a red one out, "Oh, Make it two. Oh, Red, and blue, when I put it together what does it make, PURPLE RAIN!" He slashed them together, and purple sparks flew everwhere. He lashed out at the heroes, melting their armor and chopping up weapons. Mark Surge started to run for help, but Sidorak saw him. "Oh no, he's getting away," he said, "What's this button here, It couldn't be a long-range missle, possibly could it?" The Steltian pressed a button and the rocket on his jet-pack soared towards mark. It struck him dead on, blowing off his armor. "And the Quarterback is TOAST!" Sidorak said. The Federation stared in awe at their savior. "Isn't that Sidorak?" Takadox whispered, "I thought he was dead." "So did I," said Lariska. She looked at Roodaka, who had a look of horror on her face. "Wasn't he dead?" asked Brutaka. "Uh-uh-uh-uh-uh........." muttered Roodaka. The crimson armored Steltian walked over to the handcuffed team. "Hey, Roody! Haven't seen you in a while! You look great!" he said. He turned to Brutaka. "Hey Brutus, How's it goin'?" "Thanks for Saving us," Lariska said. Sidorak chuckled. "Oh No, I'm not saving you," He said, "I'm just taking you to the highest bidder." It suddenly dawned on the team what Sidorak was. "You're a bounty hunter?" Carapar said weakly. "Yep, Best one in the galaxy." He pointed his wrist blaster at the team. "C'mon now, let's get on the ship." Sidorak hearded them into a docking bay in the back. inside was a large, powerful looking ship. As they neared, Sidorak pushed a button on his wrist. A hatch opened up on the bottom. "That's Servant Uno. Ain't she a beaut?" said the Steltian. "Is that where we'll be staying?" Vezon asked, pointing to the open hatch. "Yep." "But it's too small," said Spiriah, "We'll never fit in there!" "Oh, don't worry, you won't be awake." Seconds later, Sidorak blasted at them with a large, Bazooka-like canon. When the smoke cleared, each teammate was sealed in a block of carbonite. "This is the easiest money I ever made," said Sidorak as he stacked them into the cargo bay. "There he is!" cried Krekka. Nidhiki looked out the window and saw Sidorak's infamous ship, Servant Uno. He grinned. The gamble had paid off. Sidorak had already captured the team. It would be easy pickings for two expeirenced Ex-Darkhunters. "Prepare the boarding ramps," said Nidhiki as he clamped his claws around the steering mechanism, "We're going in." As an expirenced bounty hunter, Sidorak knew that the toughest part of the hunt was getting back to claim the reward. So he wasn't supprised when he saw the beat-up Vahki Trasport come directly at his ship. "End of the line, Sidorak, We'll take over from here!" said Nidhiki's voice from the radio. Sidorak grinned to himself. Nidhiki and Krekka were supposidly the worst bounty hunters ever to fly a ship. "Not likely, bugboy." Sidorak fired his lasors cannons at his opponents. He was supprised when they passed right through the rusted hulk. "What the?" Sidorak suddenly felt his ship slam sideways. He turned around to see the Vahki Transport firing from behind. "Like our new toy?" said Nidhiki's Voice, "Illusion projectors are so much fun." Sidorak cursed and steered his ship around to face them. He fired a missle at the transport. This time, it struck it dead on. Smoke billowed out of the engine. Nidhiki coughed, his already raspy voice sounding worse. "KREKKA!" he bellowed, "YOU DUNCE! YOU WERE SUPPOSED TO FIRE THE STICKYBOMBS!" "Sorry," Krekka said. Nidhiki heard Sidorak laughing over the radio. "Best bounty hunter in the LEAGUE!" he said. Nidhiki cursed as he saw Servant Uno jump into hyperspace. Word Count: 1069

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Posted Oct 24 2011 - 06:08 PM

Vezon awoke to find himself face to face with a yellow cycloptic being. Except this one was not Keetongu. "They're awake boss," Meltdown croaked. Vezon saw the massive black-armored being that was their leader. Vezon looked around him and saw his teammates still in their handcuffs. "What do you want with us?" Brutaka asked groggily. "I want to know where my money is, and I want to know now!" rumbled Von Nebula. "Okay then..." Vezon said, slipping out of his cuffs and pulling an ancient computing machine out of his cape. "You have forty five percent saved for plans, schemes, and heists," he said as paper streamed out of the machine, "Seven percent invested in stocks and bonds, which is a very good idea I might add. The remaining forty eight percent is saved in your matress." "Hold the phone," Spiriah said angrilly, "You mean you could have gotten out of those cuffs at any time?!" "Oh, not at any time," Vezon said, "Only when it was funny." "GET HIM!" bellowed Von Nebula. Meltdown and Thunder rushed toward him. "Burn and die, alien scum!" Meltdown shouted as he shot toxic waste at the Skakdi. Vezon stepped out of the way, and ran to his teammates. He quickly released them. "Alright losers, prepare for a butt-kicking!" Shouted Carapar as he snapped his claws menacingly. Corroder stepped infront of him. "I don't think so," he said, holding up his acid-blasters. Before he could fire, Lariska kicked him in the face. Brutaka picked up the robot and slammed him head first into the wall. Corroder's horn was stuck instantly. "THUNDER SMASH! Thunder cried as he brought his fists down on Spiriah. The Makuta fired his blaster repeatably. The spheres of light exploded as they hit Thunder. Rotor hovered over the team, shooting his gas-gun at them. Roodaka fired a blast of shadow at him, breaking his hover-pack. "I really need to work on that," Rotor muttered as he crashed to the ground. Takadox fought against X-plode, who was fireing his spikes in every direction. "DIE!" cried Xplode as laughed. Suddenly, Takadox appeared behind him. "I think not." said the Mantis as he jabbed the robot in the back with his knives. "You died, as you lived," Takadox said as he wiped oil off his blades, "Morbidly obese." (However, X-plode was not dead, as Takadox had only hit his OFF switch.) Dispite bravely firing tap water at the team, Vapor was defeated in five seconds. Meanwhile, Brutaka fought against Von Nebula. Energy crackled from their blades as they swung them at each other. Von Nebula grinned as he pressed a button on his staff. "Bye-bye," he said has he waved. Suddenly, A black hole appeared. One by one, the team was sucked into the gaping maw in time and space. "I'm too beautiful to die!" Roodaka screamed as she fell into the darkness. "I NEVER GOT TO DRIVE A TAXI CAB!" Vezon cried as he tumbled into the hole. Brutaka sighed. In a move that was unexpected to everyone, he jumped in the portal himself. Brutaka was suprised when they hit solid ground. He had always assumed that your particles were ripped apart when you were sucked into a blackhole. He opened his eyes and found that his fate was much worse. He and his team were right in the middle of the newly repaired Hero Factory. Word Count: 563

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Posted Oct 24 2011 - 07:10 PM

You have to bring back sidorak eventually. he's so sweet. also, the bzp comedy community sucks. they never read the good comedies. Like this one. Keep it up! You're entertaining at least one reader.
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Posted Oct 25 2011 - 06:49 PM

Lucy, the robot in charge of taking calls, was extremely supprised to see a portal open in the front lobby of Hero Factory. She was even more supprised to see the seven fugitive aliens land in front of her. Immediantly, a black and silver alien went up to the desk. "Hello. We have come to learn of your hair-care technology," he said. "SECURITY!" Lucy screeched. The moment she uttered the word, the team was surrounded by taser bearing robots. The team awoke in a large labratory, where multitudes of robotic scientists were toiling away. Nearby, several alien species were locked away in giant glass jars. The team themselves were locked in a giant terrium. "Hello," said an annoyingly cheerful robot, "We're glad you're awake." He looked as the beings made silent gasps and clawed at the air. "Oops," said the Robot, as he pressed a button on the control panel. A strange needle device on the ceiling came down and poked several dozen holes in the metal top of the terrium. "Let us out!" Cried Roodaka. The robot chuckled. "We can't do that. You're schedualed for a special appearence tonight." The group of misfits looked horrified. "You can't display us like a freakshow," Lariska cried, "It's inhumane." "Not like that," the robot said, "You're all gonna be on the biggest radio talkshow this side of the galaxy. The Mak Megahurtz Show!" "Mak Megahurtz here with the greatest hits in the galaxy!" the talkshow host said into the microphone. He looked at the variety of beings infront of him. "We've got a special show for all you hero fans out there," the bot continued, "A live interveiw with the recently aprehended Aliens." Mak played a variety of annoying sound effects. "HI MOM!" Vezon cried. Mak turned his attention to the aliens. "So tell me, why did you crash into Hero Factory? Was it a political statement?" "No, It was an accident. One of your ships crashed on our world long ago, and My team and I were hired to explore other worlds," said Brutaka. "Fascinating," replied Mak, "Now what was the media like on your world? Who was the biggest celebraty?" "Uh..." was all Brutaka could utter. There was a long and awkward silence. "Oooookay then, Spiriah, I've heard you were a scientist? How's that going for you?" "I'll tell you," said the Makuta, "But don't blame me if you later find life meaningless. What I see in my dreams would make a grown man cry and skip breakfast. My life is a downward spiral of doom and failure. When you go to sleep tonight, you had better pray to whatever being you believe in that you never see one fourth of the horror I have been through." "That sounds interesting..... Lariska, I understand you are a Dark Hunter. What is that exactly?" Lariska perked up as she answered. "Well Mak, it's kind of like being a mercenary. Except we all take orders from a sadistic dragon who will rip your arm off if you don't complete a mission." "Tough job. Now, Which one of you is Takadox and Carapar? You two once ruled your own undersea kingdom." "I am Carapar," said the crab-man. "And this is my weopon." He tossed his giant squid launcher on the table. "It is custom made biotech crossbow. It fires one hundred rounds of genetically engineered squids per minute......It costs 400,000 dollars to fire this weapon.... for twelve seconds." "I'm Takadox," The mantis said, "And I need you to promise me something." "What is that?" asked Mak. "Don't get blood on my suit when I kill you." "Uhhhhh.....Roodaka, how does a commander of a massive army like yourself end up on a mission like this?" "I don't know Mak," Roodaka sobbed, "I just don't know. I had my life all planned out, You know? And then this happens." Roodaka put her head in her arms and began to cry uncontrolablly. Mak turned to the final being. "Vezon, I've been told you're criminally insane. How do you cope with this?" "Well, I wasn't sure when I first started. First I tried armed robbery. But then I learned you need to be armed first." "So you committed Robbey?" "Oh no, I Became the gaurdian of a powerful object that was fused to the back of my head." "......And that's all the time we have, Join us next week when I interveiw....somebody else." Word Count: 728
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Posted Oct 26 2011 - 05:49 PM

Vezon was wondering on how they would escape from their glass prison. The other members of the team were just as bored as he was. As he sat deep in thought, he suddenly remembered a trick he had once used on Voya Nui. Just a few alterations, and it actually might work here. He reached into his cape and pulled out his boom box and CD collection. After a minute of searching, he found what he was looking for. The Star Wars Disco. He grinned as he popped it into the CD player. He turned to his commrades. "Prepare to escape," he said as the music started. Everyone in the Labratory suddenly dropped what they were doing as their ears were hit by the retro sound. Their bodies began to reluctantly twitch in time to the music. Vezon held the Boom box over his shoulder as he and the team began to dance. "What's happening?" Roodaka asked fearfully, "I can't stop dancing!" "It's perfectly normal. Disco is like that for some reason. No matter how much you hate it, it makes you dance," Vezon said as a robot opened the door to the terrium. All around them, the Scientists began to pull some seriously outdated moves to the music. They continued to dance as they began to follow the team out the door and into the factory. "What the?" cried Sid Asimov as the music suddenly penetrated years of oil build up in his ears. The rust surrounding his joints crumpled as he began to dance. (Later he would write a book titled Rejuvination Through Disco.) Dozens of factory workers left their tasks and follwed the growing crowd. Soon, Vezon led them to the front lobby and out the door. Brutaka wondered where the Skakdi was taking them. He also wondered if Vezon knew either. However, he was soon relieved to see the ship they had bought with the money they had stolen. By now, half the town was cheering as Vezon led the team up the boarding ramp. He turned around to the rabid fans. "THANK YOU, GOODNIGHT!!!" he shouted as the hatched closed. As the Ship blasted off into the sky, dozens of Robots suddenly wondered what they were doing. "Where did you learn that?" Lariska gaped as Vezon entered the control room. Vezon grinned as he fell back into a chair. "Well, You know the Piraka? You can make them do anything by playing Rap Music. I wondered if it would work on anybody else." "Well, Now what?" Spiriah asked. "I dunno," said Carapar, "Anyone up for a Sandvich?" Word Count: 432
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Posted Oct 27 2011 - 07:31 PM

Hey,” Vezon said, “We’re low on fuel.” Brutaka looked at the little arrow of the fuel gage, and saw that it was almost touching the E. The golden warrior sighed as he put his head in his hands. “Where do we get fuel from?” “Well,” Vezon said as he pulled a dog-eared map from out of his cape, “There’s a lovely little fuel station right here.” He pointed his clawed finger to a little dot that was amid millions of stars. “Alright,” said Brutaka, “Take us there.” “Aye, captain!” Vezon said as he saluted patriotically. The fuel station that Vezon spoke of was not actually that lovely. Well, it had been, but wasn’t now. It was currently under Fire Lord’s control. He and his lackeys had overtaken it moments ago, and were now draining the tanks of fuel. At the moment Fire Lord was sitting in the middle of a roaring fire, emptying an oil barrel down his throat. He looked up as a hunched-over red robot scuttled up to him. “Hey boss,” Nitroblast said in his creepy Peter Lorre voice, “What should we do about the fuel attendant?” “I dunno,” Fire Lord said in an uninterested tone as he crushed the empty barrel in his fist, “He got any money?” “No,” said Nitroblast. “Lock him in the closet or something,” said Firelord. “Yes boss…Ehhe…Eheheh!..Heheheh, ehehehehe!” The red robot skulked away. Fire Lord suddenly noticed the large ship that was heading toward the refueling station. He squinted as it came closer, and realized that it bore the large letter H, indicating that it belonged to the organization known as Hero Factory. Fire Lord grinned wickedly as he stood up from the fire. “Alright boys, looks like we’re gonna have a little fun.” “Vezon,” Spiriah sighed, “This place seems to be on fire.” “It is?” Vezon said in a surprised voice. He leaned in over the dashboard and looked out of the windshield. The Skakdi squinted as he looked the burning wreckage over. “ So it is. Huh. I hadn’t noticed.” “Maybe we should go somewhere else,” suggested Lariska. “We can’t,” said Brutaka, “We don’t have enough fuel.” Everyone looked out at the burning station as Vezon landed the ship. A few minutes later, four tough-looking robots emerged from the flames. “Wow,” said Vezon, “Look at how prompt the service is. Remember to tip them extra, Brutaka.” Suddenly the ship shuddered as something forced the main door open. The Federation could hear several large shapes tearing up to the main deck, and a short time later the door that lead to the hallway was incinerated. There stood the four, fiery, fiendish-looking robots. There was a particularly nasty one in the lead. He had large, blazing, horn-like projections on his head. “G’day,” said the large, gunmetal leader in a thick Australian accent. His face donned a look of suspicion as he looked the group over. “Hey, what gives? You ain’t heroes.” “Oh no,” said Vezon, “We’re quite the opposite. From your threatening appearance I’m going to guess that you aren’t heroes either. So from one villain to another, could you please spare us some fuel?” “Nope,” said a large drill-toting ’bot, “We got a whole lot of fuel, but we ain’t gonna share it with you.” “That’s not nice,” said Vezon. The four robots laughed wickedly. “Well we’re not nice,” said the leader, “So what do we got here? A couple of freaks who committed grand theft auto?” “Freaks?” Roodaka said in a contemptuous tone, “How dare you! If anyone here is a freak, it’s you!” The leader pointed the weapon that was mounted on his arm at the Vortixx. She watched at it as it started to glow a bright orange color. “You wanna say that again, Sheila?” Roodaka’s eyes narrowed as she glared at the being. “Why yes, I do want to say it again,” she said as she stood up, “You and your little henchmen are freaks! F-R-E-A-K-S! And stop pointing those stupid blades at me.” The Vortixx swatted the robot’s hand away, and the charge that had been building up in the lava blaster went off into the wall. Fire Lord rolled his eyes. “Ugh, Nitroblast, take care of this,” said the leader. “No problem boss,” said the creepy red robot as he smiled his gap-toothed grin. He looked right at Roodaka. His green, orb-like left eye glowed, and a thin beam came out and struck Roodaka right between the eyes. The Vortixx squealed as she passed out. Most of the Federation applauded, prompting confusion in the four villains. “Thank you,” Spiriah said, “You’ve no idea how long we’ve all wanted to that.” “Roodaka!” cried Vezon as he ran to her side, “Are you alright?” The Vortixx groaned as she came to. Her eyes fluttered open and looked around blankly. “Duh…” she muttered dumbly as she drooled a little. Vezon screamed in despair. “YOU’VE MADE HER STUPID! YOU FIENDS!” “Calm down,” said the leader of the robots, “She’s just been stunned. Now, the rest of you wanna try anythin’?” “I think I do,” said Carapar as he locked his claw around a yellow robot. He suddenly cried out as he let go. “OW! IT BURNS!” He suddenly held his claws up in defense and scuttled away sideways to hide behind a chair. The robots laughed. “Now then,” said the leader, “My name’s Fire Lord.” “How incredibly unoriginal,” said Vezon. The robot ignored his comment and continued. “If you’ve never heard of me or my gang, I suggest you’d crawl out of whatever rock you’re livin’ under.” “Look Mr. Fire Lord,” said Brutaka, “We’re lost and out of fuel. We don’t want to bother you and don’t want you to bother us. If you just give us some fuel we’ll get out of here and you’ll never see us again.” “Out of the question,” answered Fire Lord. Brutaka sighed and turned to Spiriah. “Can’t you do anything about this?” he said, “You’ve got like forty-two different powers.” Spiriah shrugged. “Not really. I’ve lost my license to use them.” Brutaka face-palmed himself and turned to Takadox. “Can you hypnotize them?” asked the golden warrior. The blue insectoid shook his head. “I don’t do machines,” he said. “Alright, that’s enough chitchat,” said Fire Lord, “Jetbug, Drilldozer, Take ’em to our ship.” The yellow and silver robots nodded as they moved toward the Federation. Word Count: 1062
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Posted Oct 28 2011 - 11:12 AM

Fire Lord’s ship was a large fuel tanker that had been converted for combat use. It was also unbearably hot inside. All of the Federation was sweltering in the ninety degree heat as they sat in a crowded cage. “This place is going to murder my skin!” whined Roodaka. “At least it’s a dry heat,” said Vezon. He looked at Jetbug, who was guarding them. “Hey, Spiriah, is that Bitil?” he asked. The Makuta turned to look at the yellow-armored robot. He squinted as he looked the beetle-like robot over. “I dunno. Why don’t you ask him?” said Spiriah. Vezon called out to Jetbug. “Hey, are you Bitil?” he asked. Jetbug turned around and looked at them with what could only be described as sheer madness. “Dunno,” was all he said. He giggled creepily and turned around again. While this was going on, Lariska was using all of her Dark-Hunter training to try and pick the lock with a small wire she had found. For some reason it was of the lock and key variety, where as one would think that a ship with such advanced technology would have something more high-tech. Carapar noticed this and scuttled over to her. “What’re you doing?” he asked. “Trying to pick the lock,” she muttered in response, “I almost got it open.” One of Carapar’s massive claws suddenly clamped around the lock and snipped it open. Lariska looked at the lock, and then at Carapar. “Well I loosened it,” she said quietly. The others soon noticed that the cage had become unlocked. “Alright everyone,” Brutaka whispered, “The plan is to sneak off of the ship as quietly as we can.” Suddenly Jetbug’s voice rang out. “Hey, what are you doing?” he asked angrily. Then he spotted the lock that had fallen on the floor. “The lock…” he muttered, “The lock…” He looked at the seven escapees with huge, frightened eyes. “The lock!” he screamed as he turned around and fled down the hallway, “THE LOCK!” There was a brief moment of silence as the federation wondered what in the world had happened. “What a strange person,” muttered Spiriah. With that said, everyone began to flee to the loading hatch, which was currently closed. “Oh no,” groaned Roodaka, “We’ll never get out!” At that moment Vezon reached into his cape and retrieved what looked like a fancy laser pointer. He pointed it at the door and pressed a button. The device started emitting a strange hum as a blue light flashed on the end, and the door suddenly opened. “Where did you get that?” Brutaka asked. Vezon shrugged. “I’ve always had it,” he said, “But I never knew what it was until now.” “Well what is it?” asked Takadox. “I haven’t the slightest idea,” replied Vezon, “But now for some reason I’m thinking about large blue boxes.” The Federation ran out of the ship and looked at their own, which was still where they had left it. “What about fuel?” asked Lariska. “It’s all in their cargo bay,” said Takadox. Everyone groaned as they had to turn around and run back into the ship. Unfortunately, the fire villains were there waiting for them. “G’day,” said Fire Lord as he fired a blast of energy at them. Brutaka managed to deflect it with his sword, but was pushed back into the rest of the federation. The rest of the fire villains attacked in the confusion. “Tryin’ to make off with our fuel, huh?” Drilldozer rumbled as he thrust his drill at Spiriah. The Makuta swatted it away with his claw. As most of the federation fended off the fire villains, Carapar and Brutaka grabbed several large containers full of fuel. The two managed to escape from the melee and run back to the ship. “Put the fuel in the tank,” said Brutaka, “I’ll man the controls!” Meanwhile, the rest of the Federation was making a hasty retreat back to the ship, with the fire villains in fast pursuit. “Come back here!” shouted Fire Lord. But the Federation had already climbed back on board there ship, and were taking off. “Whew,” said Vezon, “That was a close one.” “I nearly thought we weren’t gonna make it there,” said Spiriah. “We’re not out of the woods yet,” said Brutaka as he steered the ship away from the fuel station. Everyone looked at the radar to see that the fire villain’s ship was hot on their trail. “Don’t worry,” Vezon said as he pushed Brutaka out of the pilot’s seat, “I know some maneuvers, we’ll lose them.” Their ship listed lazily to the left, which to everyone’s surprise, completely disoriented their pursuers. So confused were they that they crashed right into a ship that was soaring by, which in turn crashed into the Federation’s ship. The three damaged crafts began to plummet to a nearby planet. Word Count: 808
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Posted Oct 28 2011 - 04:09 PM

Vezon was the first to wake up. He groaned as he held his head in his hands. The Skakdi opened his eyes to see a thick green jungle just outside of the windshield. He peered out curiously. “Hey guys,” he called out, “You’d better come take a look at this.” The rest of the Federation began to crawl up from the floor and looked out at the flourishing jungle before them. “Vezon,” said Brutaka as he rubbed his head, “What’s the extent of the damage?” “The ship is nonfunctional, sir.” responded Vezon. “As expected,” Roodaka muttered. Everyone gathered around the windshield to examine the world outside. Thick vines hung from massive trees, and the rich soil was covered with a variety of exotic plants. “Well then,” said Brutaka, “It would be best to go out and look for any sort of city in which we could get the ship repaired.” Most of the team looked at him as though he were crazy. “Are you kidding?” said Takadox, “We don’t know what’s out there!” “Let me rephrase that,” said Brutaka, “You are all coming with me to explore the planet, or else I’m going to smash the controls so that we’ll never get out of here.” Knowing full well that Brutaka had moments of instability, the team eventually decided to join their captain on an exploration mission of the planet. Unknown to them, a large yellow insect saw the ship from the trees. Thinking that such a discovery could be of importance, he zoomed off into the trees to report her find. Witch-Doctor turned his head as a Waspix dove in through the branches of the trees. Being in tune with the planet, Witch-Doctor was able to understand it.“Doc!” she cried, “There’s a big metal thing in the middle of the jungle!” Witch-Doctor’s eyes narrowed. “What kind of metal thing?” he asked in his intimidating, oddly (Possibly Jamaican) accented voice. “It’s big and shiny,” said the Waspix, “And it’s got a big letter H on the side!” Upon hearing this, Witch-Doctor’s skull-like face grinned wickedly. “Ah, so they finally got m’distress signal,” he said, “The fools! Nya-Hahahaha!” He held out his staff, and it glowed a bright red. Several of his minions crowded around him. “Come with me,” he said, “We have a ship to find.” “Will it have bananuts?” asked a Raw-Jaw. (Bananuts are a Raw-Jaw’s favorite food. They resemble a cross between a banana and a peanut.) Witch-Doctor sighed heavily. “I don’t know, probably not,” he said. “As long as we’re here,” Vezon said as he helped hack through a thick cluster of bamboo, “I thought I might give everyone a good piece of advice that I learned a long time ago. When you are in the undergrowth in your underwear, it is best not to think of other words that begin with ‘under’ because it might be a sign of jungle madness.” “Thanks,” Lariska said dryly, “I’ll remember that.” The Federation pressed on despite the inhospitable conditions. It was hot and muggy on the jungle planet, and everyone was being attacked by the biggest mosquitoes they had ever seen. As Brutaka hacked away at the thick undergrowth, he suddenly cut down a large clump and found himself looking at a red, gorilla-like beast. “Whoa,” said Vezon, “It’s a Rahi!” The creature let out a massive bellow and charged at the Federation. It bowled them over before they had a chance to move. Spiriah cried out as it clamped its muscular arms around his leg, and tried pulling it off. As Lariska moved to help him, a yellow wasp-like creature suddenly soared by and attacked her. Carapar stood up and snapped his claws threateningly, but a howling canine beast came charging out of a bush. Two long spears that were attached to its jaw stuck themselves in Carapar’s leg, causing the crab-like being to cry out in pain. Brutaka moved to help his team, but suddenly a massive green scorpion leapt on his back. Immobilized, Brutaka could only watch as a massive, white figure appeared in front of them. His skull-like face laughed fiendishly. “What have we here?” he said, “The bumpkin brigade?” The creatures called out to him in chattering voices. At that moment, Vezon spoke. “Hey,” he said, “Can I see that skull-on-a-stick thing?” The skeleton-beast looked down in surprise at the diminutive Skakdi. “What? No way!” he cried, “ Hands off m’staff!!” “But it’s so coooooolll!” said Vezon as he leapt up to grab it. He managed to wrap his arms around the skeleton creature’s arm, and a massive blast of red energy went up into the sky. The air seemed to become electrified as the sky turned red. The skeleton’s minions began to hoot an holler in fright, and ran off into the jungle. Then, as quickly as it came, the light stopped. No one knew it, but something horrible had just happened. But as everyone was disoriented, Brutaka yelled out a command to his team. “RUN!” he bellowed. The Federation scrambled off in all directions, not knowing where they were going. Word Count: 848
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Posted Oct 28 2011 - 11:41 PM

Meltdown groggily awoke amid the wreckage of Von Nebula’s ship. He spotted the rest of the team still unconscious, and looked up at the sky. His single red eye bugged out of his skull at what he saw. Trees with bright, healthy green leaves, with long vines hanging off of their branches. The sight of such pristine nature stirred an old urge inside of Meltdown. Every time he saw say anything to do with nature, he felt this urge. He scrambled up from the remains of the ship and began to spray toxic slime all over everything. All the while he grinned madly as he watched the plants wither away to nothing. But then he spotted something that made him freeze. It just so happened that Von Nebula and his crew had crashed near the old mining station that had once mined quaza from the planet Quartros. And they had left behind a massive, evil-looking mining machine. It resembled a bulldozer from Karzahni, armed with saws and flamethrowers. How this aided in mining quaza was a mystery, but the moment Meltdown spotted it he was captivated by its industrial beauty. Slowly he made his way for it, and climbed up its massive treads up to the cabin. He used his tentacle to force the door open. Once inside he opened a hatch on his chest that revealed the mass of wires and cords that powered him. He pulled them out and began attaching them to all the outlets of the dashboard, cackling maniacally as he did so. Meltdown had successfully connected himself to the machine, and the two were now one. Then he turned the key. The machine let out a growl as it roared to life. Thick, black smoke began to pour out of the dual smokestacks as the machine began to move forward. The saws and blades began to rotate, cutting down trees and ripping up earth. And then, Meltdown began to sing. Oddly enough, when Meltdown sang, he did not sound like Stewie Griffin. He sounded like Tim Curry. “Mmm…sludge…Mmmmm…filth… Mmm!…fumes…Mmm-MMM…ah…Oil and grime…poison sludge,Diesel clouds and noxious muck!Slime!…Slime up above!Ooh, you’ll love my, (Ah, ah, ah,) Toxic love!Toxic love!I see the world, and all the creatures in it,I suck ‘em dry, and spit ‘em out like spinach.I feel the power--it’s growing by the minute.And pretty soon you’re gonna see me wallow in it!I feel good - A special kind of happy,Flowers and trees depress and frankly bore me,I think I’ll spew ‘em all, with cyanide saliva,Pour me a puke cocktail, and take me to the driver!Filthy brown, acid rain,Raining down like egg chow Mein!All that’s foul-all that’s stained,Breeding in my toxic brain!And after dinner, I could go for something sweet…REVENGE! For all those years, of evading me.I’m gonna crush and grind all creatures great and small,And put up parking lots and shiny shopping malls!‘cause greedy robo-beings, will always lend a hand,With the destruction of this worthless jungle land.And what a beautiful machine they have provided,To slice a path of DOOM! With my foul breath to guide it!Hit me one time!Hit me twice!Ooh, ah, ooh!That’s rather nice…Oil and grime…poison sludge,Diesel clouds and noxious muck!Slime, beneath me, slime up above,Ooh, you’ll love my, (Ah, ah, ah,) Toxic love!” Meltdown cackled maniacally as he drove away. The rest of Von Nebula’s Gang awoke moments later. “Where’s Cyclops?” asked Xplode. Everyone looked around them and groaned as they saw the jungle. “He’s probably out there killing plants like he always does,” said Corroder. “Worse,” said Thunder, “Look!” The robot pointed his claw at the massive tread-tracks in the dirt, and the path of ruined trees. Everyone groaned. Meltdown was a rather hard robot to work with. Word Count: 650
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Posted Oct 30 2011 - 12:56 PM

Roodaka stumbled though the thick underbrush of the jungle, barely able to see in the moonlight. Being from Xia, she was unused to anything that had to do with nature. Worst of all she was alone, so if something came after her she would have no one to sacrifice to save herself. “I hate nature,” she muttered to herself as she tried to make her way through a thick cluster of vines. The Vortixx suddenly heard a yowling noise that made her blood run cold. She froze, and listened to the noises of the night. Insects chirped, amphibians croaked, and a far-off primate chattered. Roodaka heard a rustling noise from the bushes before her. Whatever was in it was large, and probably deadly. Something darted from the trees up above, and Roodaka looked up. There was another noise, and she looked in front of her. Standing before her were the creatures that had attacked her earlier, minus the skeletal leader. Her eyes widened as they spoke, or to be more precise, sing. “First you see us,” they sang. Suddenly they melted into the shadows, out of eyesight. “Then you don’t!” Roodaka was terrified. “Now you hear us,” they sang. The Vortixx looked around, trying to find the sources. “Now you won’t…” they said in barely audible voices. Suddenly they appeared all around her, snarling like the animals they were. “It’s our secret of survival in a very nasty world!” they shrieked. The song had a tempo that sounded like a racing heartbeat, much like Roodaka’s own pulse at the moment. The animals suddenly melted into the shadows again. “Now you feel us,” The invisible animals sang as they brushed their freezing claws and paws against Roodaka, “Now you can’t!” Roodaka started to run through the jungle, but stopped in her tracks as the animals reappeared in front of her. “Are we real?” the creatures cried mockingly, “Perhaps we aren’t! It’s our secret of survival in a very nasty world! It’s our secret of survival in a very nasty world!” “Is it really such a nasty world?” squeaked Roodaka. The yellow wasp-like creature addressed her question. “Oh yes, a very nasty world,” she said. “Nastier than you could ever dream of!” added her companions. Roodaka screamed and tried running off again, but the voices of the animals followed her. Suddenly the wasp-creature swooped down in front of her and narrowly missed her head. “From up above!” the Wasp screeched. “And from beneath!” hissed the green scorpion as it emerged from a cluster of bushes. Roodaka ran past it, but the red ape-like beast stood before her. “Eyes and jaws!” it snarled. Roodaka turned around to run, but was face-to-face with the gunmetal canine-creature. “Claws and teeth!” it sneered. All the animals joined in together as they gave chase to the unfortunate Vortixx.“We’re ready to attack you, you’re a snack, you’d better run!” they cried. Roodaka was suddenly stopped when the Wasp-creature jumped in front of her. “Don’t come walking in the jungle when you haven’t got a gun!” it roared. Roodaka dodged it and sprinted off, but the voices of the creatures managed to keep up with her. “Every creature for survival has to look out for itself!Got no nannies here or grannies dear to look after your health!You’re in the wildwood! And every child could tell youThat you’ve got NO BUSINESS TO BE HERE!” Suddenly all four creatures jumped out in front of the terrified Roodaka. “First you see us!” they snarled as they disappeared, “Then you don’t!” The disembodied voices seemed to circle the Vortixx. “Now you hear us! Now you won’t! It’s our secret of survival in a very nasty world!” Roodaka shuddered as the creatures brushed up against her. “Now you feel us! Now you can’t!” The beasts materialized in front of Roodaka. “Are we real? Perhaps we aren’t!” The wasp creature reached out with a clawed foot and knocked the Vortixx over. Roodaka let out a scream as she fell to the ground. The creatures circled menacingly around her, snarling their song. “It’s our secret of survival, it’s our secret of survival, it’s our secret of survival IN A VE-RY NASTY WORLD!” Word Count: 700
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Posted Oct 30 2011 - 03:23 PM

Roodaka awoke in a small clearing that was surrounded by rocks. She looked around and saw that she was surrounded by the same animals that had been chasing her earlier. They grinned at her with their hideous teeth. At that moment, the tall, skeletal being spontaneously appeared in front of her, as though by magic. “Hello,” he said, “What brings you to the jungle in the middle of de night?” “What do you want from me?” Roodaka grumbled. She felt a mixture of fear and anger, but tried not to show it. There was no telling what this strange being would do. He looked her over, and gave her a sneer. “I recommend that you start talkin‘, girl!” he growled. He held out his staff. It glowed a menacing red. Roodaka moved back as the skeleton brought it to her face. “I don’t want to,” she muttered quietly, “You’re not nice and your stupid animals smell terrible.” “Don’t you disrespect me, little ma’am!” the skeleton said. He looked as though he were about to hit her with his staff, but suddenly stopped. He seemed to recollect himself, and calmed down quite a bit. “Pardon me,” he said, “But I seem to be sensin’ dat you wish to get off dis planet.” “You got that right,” answered Roodaka. She crossed her arms and tried to look away from the ugly creature that held her captive. “And it just so happens dat I don’t want you here either,” continued the Skeletal monster, “So we happen to have mutual ground.” “True,” said Roodaka. She thought that perhaps he had some sense after all. “Do you have a way to get us out of here?” “Of course,” said the skeleton. “How?” asked the Vortixx. The skeleton gave a dark laugh. “I got Voodoo, I got hoodoo, I got things I ain’t even tried.” His staff glowed red with energy, “And I got friends on the other side. So just help me find your companions, and I’ll have you all out of here within de hour.” His skull-like features frowned as Roodaka shook her head. “Nuh-uh. I want to go alone.” “It’s all or notin',” said the skeleton. Now he sounded just a bit more assertive. “There’s no way I’m going across the galaxy again with those morons!” hissed Roodaka, “So get me off this weed of a planet now!” For a moment the skeleton looked as though he were about to hit her. But then he simply smiled. “Perhaps der is a way I could help you,” he said. Roodaka grinned in response. “Really?” she asked hopefully. The skeleton nodded. “Do it now!” she yelled giddily. “Now?” the skeleton asked with a nefarious smile. Roodaka nodded vigorously. “Alright,” answered the skeleton. Suddenly, two giant snakes wrapped themselves around Roodaka, holding her tightly in place. “What the?” she shrieked as she struggled against their coils. But it was futile. The skeleton laughed, and began to sing. “Are ya ready?” he sang as the entire night lit up around Roodaka. “Are ya ready?” echoed his animal minions as they danced around the skeleton. Roodaka screamed as the multi-colored lights began to swirl around her person. “Are ya ready?” repeated the skeleton, “Transformation central!” “Transformation central!” sang the animals. “Reformation central!” the skeleton sang as his skull lit up in a variety of glowing red patterns. “Reformation central!” repeated his minions. The skeleton held out his staff, which was emitting a sinister red light from its eye sockets. “Transmogrification central!” he cackled, “Can you feeeeel it?” Roodaka did feel something, but it felt strange and rather uncomfortable. “You’re changin', you’re changin', you’re changin’ alright;I hope you’re satisfied.But if you ain’t, don’t blame me… You can blame my friends on the other siiiiiiiddeee!” “You got what you wanted,” sang the Raw-jaw as he and the other creatures danced around their master. “But you lost what you had!” sneered the Waspix. The last noise Roodaka heard before she passed out was the mad cackling of the skeleton. Word Count: 670
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Posted Nov 01 2011 - 04:43 PM

*Gasps* What are they doing to her!!! Great comedy its one of the best I've read. I like how you've used the HF characters.
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Posted Nov 05 2011 - 12:03 PM

Vezon wandered aimlessly through the undergrowth of the jungle, hoping he’d soon find the rest of his team. The forest was loud with the croaking of the frogs and the chirping of the crickets, as well as everything else. But then a different noise reached his ears. It was a voice, the voice of Roodaka, Vezon’s one and only true love. She was crying miserably. Immediately Vezon rushed forward. The thought that she might be in distress was unthinkable. Vezon would never allow anything to harm the Vortixx. He blindly ran through the thick jungle, getting closer and closer to the source of the noise. Suddenly he crashed into something. It was smooth and slimy, and when he hit it he bounced back as though he had collided with a balloon filled with Jell-O. He staggered for a moment as he tried to look at what he had hit. He could only see a small portion of it from the thick undergrowth. It was black and silver, and whatever it was it was enormous. Vezon cringed with fear as it began to move. It trampled the bushes flat, allowing him to see what it really was. It was an enormously fat hippopotamus Rahi, covered in black and silver armor. It had a huge, hideous head with jutting teeth that curved from its mouth. Vezon then noticed its sapphire eyes, from which tears ran like a stream.“…Roodaka?” Vezon whispered. The beast let out a long, miserable howl.“Don’t look at me!” she cried. Vezon was shocked. But although he was horrified that Roodaka had somehow become a hippo, he had to admit that her loud, bossy voice didn’t seem entirely out of place coming from the creature’s mouth. Roodaka continued to bawl.“Roodaka,” said Vezon, “What happened to you?” The former Vortixx sniffled and sobbed.“That skeleton-freak turned me into…turned me into…THIS!” She broke off into a series of unbearable sobs. Vezon couldn’t stand to see the poor creature so unhappy. He knew that he had to comfort her, for Roodaka was extremely vain. Therefore, this horrendous experience would be all the more traumatizing for her.“It’s not so bad,” he said, “You make a very nice hippopotamus.” Roodaka’s sobs rose into howls. Vezon decided to try again. “No really, Roodaka. It’s not that bad. It could be worse.”“Worse?” screamed Roodaka, “How could it be worse?!”“He could have turned you into a rhinoceros,” said Vezon, “They have it much worse than a hippo.”“I suppose that’s true,” Roodaka sniffled, “But I can’t stay like this!” The bloated creature sat down, causing the earth to rumble.“Of course,” said Vezon, “That’s why I’m going to confront the Witch-Doctor.” Before Roodaka could say anything else, Vezon charged forth through the jungle.“I shall return!” he shouted as he disappeared. Roodaka sat in stunned silence, a little put off by the Skakdi’s strange antics. She rolled her eyes and sighed loudly.“The moron doesn’t even know where he is,” she muttered. She stood up an started to turn around when she felt something land on her back. She managed to swivel her head enough to see that it was a small little bird. It peered at Roodaka with brown eyes that seemed to stare into her soul. “Get off!” growled Roodaka. She shook herself. The bird flew off, then landed right back down again. She shook herself again, only to have the exact same thing happen. She did this three more times before she got severely winded.“Knock it off!” she wheezed in-between her panting. She tried on last time, but she was so tired that she simply tipped over into the grass. As she laid there she suddenly had an idea. With a great deal of effort she managed to flip herself over on her back.“HA!” she guffawed, “Now let’s see you try that again!” The brown bird returned and simply perched itself on Roodaka’s gargantuan gut. She screamed in rage.Word Count: 662
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