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Revenge: Skit 6
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The whole ride was comparable to an airplane flight. If I were to guess how long it had been, I would've guessed around 7 hours. Lax and I slept and woke, tinkered around in the ARC, and whatever. Travis certainly has an unmanly endurance. I don't recount a single jerky movement of the fighter or rough winds (though that might just be turbulence).
We arrived at what seemed to be a refurbished all-around Imperial base with not-so-Imperial personnel scrawling about. Orange-coated shifters lifted crates upon crates of materials while red-shirted officers pushed some wall buttons. An ajar secondary door was being unjammed by some orange-coats and some unknown yellow-coated workers. The ARC-170 landed square in the middle of the vacant landing space with no interruptions whatsoever.
"Okay, sleepyheads, time to say hello to your new friends," beeped Travis.
"We - or at least I weren't napping at all," I responded.
"There's no rearview mirror or cameras so I didn't know that. Anyways, hop off the plane."
The airstairs were deployed and we shuffled down them. Without interruption, Travis lead us to the now-unjammed door and revealed two Eta-2 Actis-class starfighters. "These are now your personal airplanes -"
"Please stop saying they are airplanes," Lax mumbled, "and properly call them 'fighters'."
"Alright. These are now your personal fighters that will be escorting shipments to allies against the Cloud. We've retrofitted them with proton torpedoes along with the standard ion cannons," one of the crew members summarized.
Lax and I walked to our fighters as Travis vanished into the rest of the crew.
"I'm glad that I got my Acer back."
"I'm equally glad that mine arrived here as well."
"Well, we can't really tell if we are equally glad, and yours's isn't an Acer - but that's another story," I added, trying not to poke at Lax's serious side.
We crawled into the cockpits and toyed around with the controls, as always to check the sensitivity. We made some light adjustments and started the engines. The bay doors opened, and the crew quickly announced a test flight for both of us before we headed out into the sky.
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justyouraveragebuilder
2 months ago
great chapter!
also, no offense, but you forgot to add a quotation mark at a place, so someone says "There's no rearview mirror or cameras so I didn't know that. Anyways, hop off the plane.
The airstairs were deployed and we shuffled down them. Without interruption, Travis lead us to the now-unjammed door and revealed two Eta-2 Actis-class starfighters. "
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