Silverose

Endro

a part of Silverose, by Chari.

Most populous city in the Galaxy, and Capital of Endro. Famous for its copper skinned humans, and its government of androids. And lets not forget its amazing food. Is basically one giant city, although it is very advanced and clean. Houses the main facility of the G.M.A.

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Most populous city in the Galaxy, and Capital of Endro. Famous for its copper skinned humans, and its government of androids. And lets not forget its amazing food. Is basically one giant city, although it is very advanced and clean. Houses the main facility of the G.M.A.

Endro

Most populous city in the Galaxy, and Capital of Endro. Famous for its copper skinned humans, and its government of androids. And lets not forget its amazing food. Is basically one giant city, although it is very advanced and clean. Houses the main facility of the G.M.A.

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Endro is a part of Milky Way.


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Maiko's eyes scanned over the pages in her hands. They were files concerning the LCA; files she had long been keeping, but had never really looked at, thinking the LCA to be dead.
Clearly, they weren't. Either the LCA had not been fully destroyed after she escaped from them, or some other unknown Navi organisation was after her. Either way, she was once again a fugitive, once again on the run from 'her own kind'--though Maiko had long abandoned her android identity, given that she looked exactly like a human.
Unfortunately, the files had little of use to her concerning whether it was the LCA who was after her: it had the usual information of how the LCA was an organisation of androids who had been destroyed by the Beast Liberation Front's Hand of Nam--that is, supposedly destroyed, Maiko thought to herself with a sigh. She did believe it was the remnants of the LCA hunting her down--no one else would have had any information on her. All files pertaining to what the LCA had called "Project
M-1.9.11.15" were here with Maiko herself, and she had destroyed the only other copy herself.
If the LCA has re-formed and is after me again, I can't do anything alone... she thought to herself. She was sitting in a small cafe on Endro, where the LCA seemed to be keeping their base of operations.

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Maiko looked up from the files and out the window. Something felt strange...some presence she had suddenly been alerted to. Could it be the LCA?
Outside the window, what appeared to be a man was making his way--right for the cafe she was in. He didn't look to be a civilian either; he had a hardened face, one suited to combat. She felt her 'heart' racing; would the LCA be so bold as to openly attack her here? They may have come to that, but Maiko was not about to take any chances.
Taking the files and slipping them into her coat, her eyes never leaving the man who was making a beeline for the cafe, she walked out the door, and began walking the other way, attempting to look inconspicuous, but glancing back at the man to see if he would follow.

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AUGER pointed once more to the graphs he projected from his chest. "You see, gentlemen, if we continue to produce MUSCLE clones at such low quality, we will never beat the GMA. What we need to do is to expand our work into new areas of development. Advanced weaponry. Photon storage capacities. AI enhancement. These will be our tools of success." The lights flickered on as he turned back to the other highly powered people of REAP. All sitting in a secure room 15000 feet above the surface of Endro. In these men were the greatest minds of the company, and he was sure they would see his logic.

One man raised his hand. "Yes?" asked Auger. The Mavo, who wore a black business suit over a red shirt, stood up. "You are wrong. The real key to a robotic monopoly are the technologies you, yourself, own! Bio-Mallium enginee-"

He was cut off quickly by a swift hand gesture from A. "Need I remind you, gentlemen, that that information and the claims you were surely going to make are strictly confidential. Such technology should never be made public." Angry murmurs broke out in the crowd. A brought them to order. "Now, now. You know as well as me that we don't even know how to recreate myself on a large scale. The only person who knows those skills is gone, and I am most assuredly not letting any of you dig through my body in the name of research." The murmurs became agreeable. These leaders were mostly Navis themselves, and knew what it was like to be opened up.... to be dismantled. It was dehumanizing. "Now, I must take a rest. You know as well as anyone that even Navis have breaking points." The group laughed as they slowly drained out of the room's entrance.

A moved to the exit in the back. He sighed as he sat down at Jack's old, gigantic desk. It was tidy in here. Jack kept no physical documents- all of the information was held inside A's memory banks. He picked up what seemed to be the only object in his room- an old Silverose communicator. He twirled it around in his hand, deciding whether or not to use it again. He knew he had close to no chance of anyone picking up. Then, as usual, he placed it back on a shelf behind his desk. One day. One day soon.
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S-9 cruised silently through the empty space close to Endro. His ship, the Sparrow, was once Jack's secondary ship, given to him before he vanished. He hadn't gone to the bounty office, where he usually found work, all day. He'd been instead been perusing through Jack's collection of ancient devices.

It was odd. Both seemed so similar in taste, but held striking differences in real life. S-9 was loyal to the end, whereas Jack was loyal and could set loyalties aside to achieve a goal. He guessed these differences were what made him human.

S-9 was created in a secret project years ago. The goal was to create the perfect guardian android. As a result, S-9 was issued a nearly flawless human AI. The only difference between him and a real human was that he was programmed to obey the royal family at any cost.

He flicked the display screen on. It was the first time in 2 years. A freeze-frame of the second Death Star erupting was still frozen on the screen. Jack must have been watching this before the battle, thought S-9. He pressed the rewind button and began to watch from the beginning.

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Laryn walked on towards the cafe observing. Anything and everything could be important. At first it seemed a bust, nobody was moving in response to him. The LCA should be able to tell his face so they would most likely go either inside or run away. But as he got closer he noticed one Navi get up andstart to hurridly walk off. That was a red flag. Something to do with the LCA. No other reason for them to be scared of him that he could think of. Although now he was faced with a problem. Should he follow that Navi and risk the remnants learning that he was coming... It would be much more dangerous if this particular base knew he was coming because he was doing extermination. So instead of following the Navi, he took one last look back at her, storing that Navi in his memory as most as he could. Well, she shouldn't be too hard to pick out, she had blue hair.

Finally he walked toward the cafe and walked around back where he found stairs going upwards. Taking the stairs, he reached a door which was surprisingly unlocked. But as soon as he opened the door he noticed why it was unlocked. Parts of robots were strewn all over the place. IF it were a human and contained blood, the walls would be dyed red from it's splatter. Whatever happened here was surprising. Farin would not have sent a team herself so quickly. There was no need for her to risk her men if he was doing extermination.

Wait! That Navi!

She seemed to be the only survivor of this massacare, and it would be better if she didn't make it to tell the other groups of LCA remnants about what happened here. She probable knew what happened!

Laryn ran back down the stairs, leaping down the last few and ran back to the street and continued in persuit of the Navi in the direction she had walked in. Da*n it! Where'd she go!?

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Maiko glanced back. She seemed to have lost him. She breathed a sigh of relief, and walked back into the main street. That was close...at least he hadn't attempted to attack in the middle of the crowded areas. For now, at least, she was safe....
But she had thought that too soon. The person had returned, and was back, following her. She cursed in her mind.
The LCA is persistent...didn't they learn what would happen to their operatives sent after me long ago?
She began moving swifly--extremely fast, as that speed was one of her abilities, no longer caring to be inconspicuous. Dashing down one of the side alleys, she hoped to lose her attacker. But she had reached yet another one of Endro's twisting dead ends. She looked up the wall, wondering if she could scale it--but it was too late. He would probably be cornering her by now...

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Maiko glared back at Laryn, her eyes furious.
"I'm running to the LCA?" she snapped. "They're the ones hunting me! Who do you think you're trying to fool?"
She immediately began to take in her surroundings, and calculations began running through her head. There was no way she could escape without him attacking, and by the looks of this person, such a fight would be difficult. If it came to that, she would have to depend on her speed and strength to make quick work of her opponent, and then get out of there before more LCA could arrive. She was ready at the slightest movement to attack. She instead decided to distract him and learn more of his intentions rather than attack first.
"I don't know what you mean, that place...and if you draw that weapon, I'll have to eliminate you." She spoke those words with the voice of someone who didn't like to say them, much less make good on those words. However, anyone could tell she was more than prepared to make good on them.

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Maiko didn't like the way this guy was talking to her. Nevertheless, she could tell he was not LCA, or he would simply have tried to capture her rather than bother with all this talking.
"I didn't even know that was their base until they tried to attack me," she hissed at him, her eyes looking angry. "I had no choice but to defend myself, and when they wouldn't relent I was forced to destroy them. The LCA has been pursuing me since...for the past few months. I thought they were destroyed, but it seems their remnants have rebuilt their old organisation."