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Blackout Ch. 1"Remind me why we're doing this..." Tucker asked from the back of the Specter Speeder.Blackout Ch. 1 by ~Wylrin
"This is the fourth time you've said that," Sam turned around in her seat to raise a questioning eyebrow at her friend.
"I'm sorry! It's just - I don't see how this is in any way a good idea."
"Relax, Tucker," Danny offered him a glance before returning his gaze to the passing doors of the Ghost Zone. "I think we can all agree that I know how to deal with Technus."
"But breaking and entering? Danny, is this really necessary?"
"The whole city's blacked out, Tucker," Sam turned to him again with a serious look. "It's been like that for days now."
"Right," Danny added. "And if that doesn't sound like Technus, I don't know what does."
"Alright," Tucker held his hands up. "Let's say this is because of Technus. Do we really need to go track him down like this?"
"He hasn't shown himself yet after the power went out," Danny said. "If he's not going to make a move, I will."
"But isn't that the strange
BFTB- Technus' DeathNicolai Technus was working in his lab alone. His friends and co workers had all gone home to their families and wives for the night. Nicolai didn't care. He prefered the silence when he was working. And right now he needed focus.BFTB- Technus' Death by ~transformer-wannabe
His current project, a self perpetuating generator, was consuming all of his time lately. Not that it mattered though. Nicolai had no one to go home to at night that would be angry if he stayed out late. His mother frequently called him, telling him he needed a break from all of this technology and to go out and have some fun. But this was fun for Nicolai.
Technology was his art. It could do things that humans would never be able to do. Technology could make things hot or cold in seconds, it could lift heavy objects without injury or strain. It was beautiful and wonderous. Coming from a poor family with no access to anything high tech, Nicolai was facinated by all things mechanical. He had even taken his first car apart to see how it worked.
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