Riven Sol combines Lovecraftian horror with a space station setting.
Rated PG-13 for violence, language, and mild nudity.
February 8-10, 2013
The blood probably came in handy here.
I’m all kinds of curious about what information that file contains!
I wanna see what color the blade is when he switches that thing on.
WOMMM! <- sound of a light sabre
Knowing Whateley, it would be fuchsia.
Mango would be more of Whateley’s style
All of the above: a nice, tasteful fuchsia,mango and lime green plaid.
Except at night – in which case, same colors, but in a paisley.
The storage device does look the bit of a light sabre, doesn’t it? Hadn’t noticed that before.
Turns out that Shapeley is actually a better spy than I gave him/her/it credit for! Also, love the futuristic flash drive/lightsaber combo. Brings a whole new meaning to data protection…
I wouldn’t give Whateley/Shapeley credit for a successful mission yet… what if Danforth station’s DNA scanners were enhanced? Say, to detect certain, um, hybrids? This could seriously get him/her into trouble, especially carrying that sensitive information.
Also, it would appear that Whateley/Carter’s shapeshifting capabilities are somewhat limited; otherwise he could’ve incorporated it into part of his form and just go back the way he came.
Anyway, all of this points to an inevitable trip-up in the next update.
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