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located in Earth, a part of Silverose, one of the many universes on RPG.

Earth

Capital of the Solar Empire. Is basically one big nature preserve now, with the cities in glass domes to keep nature out and people in. Big Cities: Nuvo Yorka (yes, New York???), Los Angeles, Romahi (Rome)

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Even though she was happy to be next to her best friend for the first time in awhile, the question still made her scowl. She barked the response, "Fine until today." After a second, she calmed down enough to add, "But not from this. It really is nice to see everyone again." She smiled briefly at her friend before addressing the group. "If any of you ever meet a man by the name of Gabriel 'Zero' Angel, make sure you beat the crap out of the him. I was just at Silver's house earlier, and when I came out, this guy talked to me. He called Silver a fraud and a sham and me a filthy beast. I think we owe him something from good old Silver." Under he breath, she muttered, "Who's that arrogant prick to call anyone a fake, let alone Silver. He must be a real idiot to can someone a fake in front of one of his oldest friends. If I ever get my hands on him again, I'll..." She trailed off. She turned to Tei, a strange half smile on her face. "Looks like he got to me more than I thought he had," she said ruefully, then continued, "So, how have you been, Tei?"


On Venus, a man in the bounty offices sneezed loudly. Gabriel "Zero" Angel, or Gabe as most of his friends called him (in total, one), had wandered in to look at what bounties were best for him nab before he looked for more mercenary work. The office in Venus didn't have as many as a planet like, say, Omic, but there were enough for someone to make some good money on them. The clerk of the store was sleeping in a chair lazily, snores penetrating the air every so often. Well, Gabe had to talk to the man, so the snoring didn't last for long. Gabe went to the sleeping man, rang the bell on the counter, and said, "Excuse me, sir, can I have more information on the man Brauhn?" The clerk, now awake, boomed in his low voice, "M'afraid you're too late for that one, m'boy. Silverose took care of that one two years ago, as I recall. We didn't really need this office while they were around. I miss the good ol' days. He was such a good lad, always helpin' wherever he had to to make this planet better. I remember this one time- Where are you going, m'boy?" Gabe had stalked out of the office, anger flaring again. Was everyone on this damn planet part of the Church of Ash Gibbs? Sure, this might have been his home planet, but was it really necessary to revere the ground that the little bastard had walked on? He was as phony as a three dollar bill, in Gabe's opinion. There was no way any man could do what the video tapes had showed, and that was precious little. The live video feed had been recorded and was shown in theaters as much as any movie, but it didn't show most of the battle. It showed the beginning, in which Gibbs and Chronos engaged in hand to hand combat. Then the screen suddenly went white, and nothing could be seen until the end, where Chronos shoots a ball of some energy at Gibbs, who fires a massive energy beam from his gun that destroyed the ball and Chronos along with it. But that blast had supposedly been only a huge mass of M-Photons. There was no way that could be true. People could only use one type of M-Photon. To do that, he had to be able to use all of them. And no one could do that. No one. Gibbs was a filthy liar, and Gabe would do whatever it took to expose him.