Two centuries after a global ecological disaster, the worlds of a mysterious covert operation and a young courier collide when a critical mission is blown.
Markesha Nin only wants one thing: to find a better life for herself and her father. Hell bent on escaping the only home she’s ever known for a better place, she takes a risky job that blows up in her face. Caught in a deadly trap with nowhere to turn, her only chance at finding a better life could ensnare her in a dangerous game she may never escape.
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The gang makes it to the hoverport with more than they came in with. Zig and Grissom met online as rival Spyders going after the same target. With a clever bit of code Grissom won, but left a calling card for his rival. Zig decided to follow up, fell head over heels for the quiet… Continue reading Ep. 3 Act 4 Page 23: Time to Ride
The clock is ticking to get a ride out of the Halo, and Jade has her eyes on a very specific hovercraft.
Orson’s big secret plan to hold the guards at bay needs a bit of on-the-fly revising. Hovercraft, especially Halo Security Forces models, burn through a lot of oil. Because of the delicate turbomachinery required for lift, the engines use a special volatile ferromagnetic oil blend. It does its job well, but it quickly becomes a… Continue reading Ep. 3 Act 4 Page 25: Slippery Situation
Markesha follows Orson’s lead, and gets creative.
Markesha’s getting a hands on education on the limits of her gravity pack. Audrey has had to explain the difference to others between mass and weight and how the gravity pack changes them so many times she has a highly polished slideshow presentation on the topic.
Maybe Markesha’s plan could have used a little more work. In an effort to save on every ounce of weight, the HSF constructs hovercraft-rated cargo crates out of lightweight (and spark-prone) metals like magnesium.