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Air Of Invasion: Prelude 1
Good, I was hoping you’d say that. Now, let’s commence without further delay.” <i>Haruka is led into the room and the surgeon briefs him on the procedure. He gets injected with a needle, causing his senses to go numb. He then drifts into an unconscious state.</i> … <i>When awoken, Haruka found himself in a strange chrome room with no windows or doors. He notices a sensation in the now surgically implanted armed. A static voice resonates from the machine</i> “Mr. Senzo? Mr. Senzo, do you read? Do you have control of your central nervous system? If so, try out one of the basic functions of the prototype. Simply put, it should allow you to manipulate the wavelengths of the light around you, creating a distortion effect on the air to varying intensities.”
Air Of Invasion: Prelude 1
<i>Itachi wipes the sweat off his brow and puts one hand in his pocket and another at the back of his neck, scratching his back. He then waves this hand at his hip like a lecturing pastor.</i> “Well, i’ll be frank, it’s just some light surgery. It might hurt a little, but nothing you can’t handle. But, more importantly, there’s a catch. You see, these arms aren’t exactly meant for amputees. They’re actually prototypes of an advanced weapon, meant to combat the rapid degradation of this world. Now, i’ve decided it’d be immoral to charge you what this is worth, but I don’t think i’d be asking too much of you to allow our team to collect and analyse feedback on it while you go about your everyday life. That wouldn’t be too much to ask, would it?”
Air Of Invasion: Prelude 1
<i>The man breathes a heavy sigh of relief, extending his hand for a shake and then introducing himself</i> &quot;Thank you, and allow me to formally introduce myself. My name is Itachi Naga, CEO of this somewhat shady company&quot; <i>he chuckles, then leading Haruka through the building, warning him not to ask about what goes on in any of the rooms. He then opens a clear, white door for Haruka while passing a paper on a clipboard and pen to him</i> &quot;Please, sign this waiver.&quot; <i>The waiver, should the choice to read it be made, contains really complicated legal stuff. We can't held liable if something goes wrong, you revoke your right to privacy, ww own your soul, blah, blah, etc.</i>
Air Of Invasion: Prelude 1
<i>The handsome man looks in astonishment at his guest's hand. He placed his own hands on his head on astonishment</i> &quot;Oh my god, it's worse than I thought. Listen, your hand cannot be recovered. It's gone permanently. We can't do anything about that, but we can make you a new one. All I ask in return is that you keep our presence here a secret.&quot;
Air Of Invasion: Prelude 1
&quot;Why, most certainly!&quot; <i>Sam escorts Toki to a room inside the motel, opening the door for her and handing her the key. The inside is just as hospitable as it was advertised. There's air conditioning, a shower, television and a laptop with windows 10 installed. The bed is also neat and orderly.</i> <i>The voice Haruka heard on the other side of the door paused briefly. It then mumbles something and stops alltogether. Footsteps can be heard coming towards the boy. Suddenly, the door was opened and on the other side of it was a tall, handsome man with posture and etiquette befitting a royal. His square chin pointed to the person talking to him as he sized the kid up. The handsome man let out a rigid smile with his lips</i> &quot;How may I help you?&quot;
Air Of Invasion: Prelude 1
<i>Mr Seller leans in closer to Toki to tell her full story</i> &quot;Well, I may not be in the know everything, but a friend of mine was actually a subject of one of those rumors. You see, he had confided in me one day that he was quitting his job because he got an offer from another company. This company, you see? It didn't exist. Or, at least, no records existed of it. But, get this. The day after he said he was quitting the company shut down. It wasn't sold, it didn't go bankrupt. It shut down. Now, i'm sure you're somewhat familiar with how corporations work or at least the commercial business. Even if you know nothing about that, isn't it little strange? How a successful business just up and closes its doors after a single employee quits? But, get this. My friend, you see, he's been missing for years. When was the last time anyone saw him, you ask? When he was walking into his old workplace to hand in a resignation letter. Now, i'm no detective, but something's obviously fishy there. And, get this, apparently he wasn't the only one who went missing that day. In fact, the only former traces of the company were the employees who stayed home the day it shut down. Even they have one foot in the grave, and still all we have right now is theories. I swear, those detective agencies don't know nuttin'!&quot; <i>Haruka listens to the faint ramblings of the man inside, appearing to be whispering on the phone. He can't make anything out.</i>
Air Of Invasion: Prelude 1
<i>Sam Seller gives an amused chuckle</i> &quot;Well, I gotta tell you, the price is pretty nice for what it is. Just a hundo a night and you'll be afforded every luxury we have available. As for the rumors, it's just an attempt to explain certain abnormal events happening in the area along with the sudden closure of several businesses that were successful at the time.&quot; <i>When Haruka looked at the machine, all that had been different was that the LED panels were now activated. It didn't appear to cause any spectacular event, instead it just gave off a flash of light which eventually waned into a flicker</i>
Air Of Invasion: Prelude 1
<i>The man shirks back and muses momentarily</i> &quot;Oh, the city? Guess you're not from around here, huh? Anyways, it's pretty big city. There's everything from arcades to bars to even old factories. However, not many people visit the industrial part of the city due to various rumors and suspicions. It's pretty big, too. If you wonder around too much you can easily get lost, especially at night. Rest assured, you can feel free to find proper lodgings here whenever you need.&quot; <i>Haruka leaves the room, failing to note any of the research that was being conducted. The person who interrogated him just went back to his work.</i> &quot;Alright, then.&quot; <i>The corridor remains the same as before, except that the machine Haruka had just used was more brightly lit being noticeable from the outside of the room it was in</i>
Air Of Invasion: Prelude 1
<i>The little girl enters the motel and finds it to be small but quite hospitable. The charismatic man at the desk greets her on the way in and begins to initiate business immediately</i> &quot;Greetings miss my name is Sam Seller how can I help you today? Would you like a room? A room with a view? Maybe you have some company with you and would like two?&quot; <i>Haruka then enters R&amp;D to the astonishment of the various employees and scientists crowded in the room. They all turn their heads from their notepads and clipboards to look at the person who had intruded on their experiments. One of the employees with a name tag reading &quot;Smith Prentice&quot; walks up to Haruka and begins interrogating him.</i> &quot;Excuse me, sir. What business do you have in this branch of the company?&quot;
Air Of Invasion: Prelude 1
<i>The machine emits a cold, robotic voice</i> &quot;ERROR: YOU HAVE MISTAKENLY ATTEMPTED ENTRY TO YOUR CURRENT LOCATION&quot; <i>A moderately sized classical motel had came into the tall girl's field of view</i>

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Air Of Invasion: Prelude 1
<spoiler>Alright, folks. This is gonna be a serious roleplay. This'll be done mostly on the weekends and whenever i'm free, so check back often. I won't wait for anyone or anything, but i'd like for those who join to be as invested as they can be. That said, i'm also okay for people to join whenever as long as they don't derail the plot.</spoiler> <i>A bar has just opened up in the middle of a run down urban city. For whatever reason, you were heading here, to find asylum or maybe because the rent was cheap. But, I digress. You're tired, and you've been traveling for a long time. Should you get yourself some rest at wherever you're staying? Or perhaps head into that bar over there for a drink? Your choice, I won't pressure you or anything.</i>
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