Get that thing down to the biotech lab! - Commander Ulysses Feral
The biotech lab is the Enforcers’ in-house laboratory, located within Enforcer Headquarters. It is apparently headed by Dr. Konway and appears to be designed specifically for the holding and examination of large, mutated animals, due to the presence of a table large enough to hold a giant mutated frog.
Prettyshadowj26 wrote:Kooshmeister wrote:I fear for the Feral pony. Without his Chin of Power, how will he lead the Enforcers? That's A Nightmare Hah, horse pun ^^At least Feral H…
He trusts he can lead us that far down the path.
But, I can't see it.
I can see only the deal. A chance to fly again. A chance to make Feral pay.
It's now or never.
Again, I look to my friend. "Jake?"
Dark Kat too levels his gaze on Jake. "You do want to get back at the Commander, don't you?"
He finally admits what's been brewing inside even him. "Yes," he says flatly. "I'm in."
I blink at my partner's abrupt change of heart... and his tone of voice.
But, I turn to Dark Kat anyway. I blind myself again. I want this. "Alright. You got yourself a deal."
"Then, a deal it is," Dark Kat returns, offering me a hand to shake.
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