Lynn stood with her hands bracing her on the air-carrier as they were being lifted to the last known location of the Eye of Horus; she was still in complete shock that Surkit managed to repel her last attack, and from point blank range.
She didn’t want it to become an obsession, but she knew if she didn’t find where she went wrong then; it’d be exposed by another foe.
“All I can say is I hope this thing isn’t traveling via Dragonite” Emerald said, standing next to Lynn trying to break the silence. “I think a pokemon will be the last of our worries” Lynn said, trying to get a feel for the chi of the monster.
“I’m pretty sure the SIGMAS are already en route to the location, and if Hong Kong were any indication, I’d say the triads are too* (See Hong Kong Nights). Lynn said, eying a map of northern India. “These mountains are going to be a bitch to navigate”. Emerald said, bending over in front of her crew, a small sweat bead poured down Lynn’s back as she watched them hold their nosebleeds in.
“Look at the speed it’s moving…whatever it is, it obviously knows the area” Emerald said, again with a smile on her face.
“Why is this funny…?” Lynn asked, a bit curious.
“It gives me a chance to try out my new mech” She expressed with her hands clasped. “It’s on the Tempest, I’ll join you guys once the preparations have been made.” She said, heading off towards the teleporter.
“Get ready initiating…drop-off” a voice said, over the intercom. “How is skydiving in, subtle?” Lynn scoffed sarcastically again. “It’s not, but it is pretty badass” one of the crewman said, giving them all the thumbs up.
“The town you guys are dropping in has been destroyed by, whatever has the stone…there are very few survivors; you can start by gathering information; before you set off after it, that’ll give us some time to pin-point it.”
Lynn strapped her backpack on, and was the first out of the plane, though technically Emerald would be handling their navigations; she wanted to set the tone with her new “teammates” that she wasn’t playing any games.