Thicker Than Blood Part 3"If we alter the frequency in our long-range communicators . . ." she paused. "Genesis, what do you think?"Thicker Than Blood Part 3 by littlegreenmonkey245
The dappled brown scientist tilted her head to one side, considering what her friend had said. "Their density may be a bit of a problem, but we could definitely simulate the Formless now and run a few tests."
The rest of the team just stared-even if their teammates had been speaking plain monkey, science and mechanics just weren't their areas of expertise.
Gibson looked at her, obviously doubtful. "But there aren't any available samples to duplicate."
"We have our imitation from before, with the density testing," said Genesis. Rowena realized how evenly matched the two scientists were-it would be good for Genesis to have someone besides Rowena to conduct her experiments with.
Tala put up a hand to shield her eyes from the glaring morning sun. She hadn't even realized that it had previously been night, yet another reminder of the war. The rest of the team was beginning to notice t
Thicker Than Blood Part 2"Jinmay!" called Chiro, racing outside to see what had happened. Jinmay was lying unconscious on the ground, with several stealth-Formless standing over her. It looked like she didn't even have time to put up a fight. The stealth-Formless were an odd black and white camouflage color, and their bodies had no definite shape; they could morph however they wanted. They used some sort of spear as a weapon-and their spears were advancing toward the Hyperforce at an inhuman speed.Thicker Than Blood Part 2 by littlegreenmonkey245
"Hyperforce, go!" Chiro called to the rest of the team.
"Phase and daze!"
The battle was raging, with the monkey team driving the Formless back. Genesis, Tala, and Rowena didn't hesitate before joining the fight.
"Frozen fury!" Tala shouted, skewering one of the Formless.
"Tazer twister!" Genesis's high-voltage electric cattle prods created a mess of black ooze.
"Electron explosion!" Rowena's grenade launchers cre
Thicker Than Blood Part 1Thicker Than BloodThicker Than Blood Part 1 by littlegreenmonkey245
The heavy iron chains fastened around the Count's wrists and ankles clanked together loudly as he shuffled along the corridor. Other than that, the Citadel of Bone seemed ominously silent. The Count was, unarguably, a man of few words even when he was excited or joyful; he was currently overwhelmed with a mixture of bitterness and hopelessness. He would only have one chance to save the universe from the ultimate evil-his brother. They had once been allies, even close friends, but those times had long since passed. He had become jealous of his brother and all his achievements, and the rivalry that had formed between them quickly transformed into mutual enmity. Now here he was, in chains, coming before his brother to beg him to reconsider what he was doing. It aggravated him to no end that he was forced to become his nemesis's prisoner to carry out his mission, let alone to treat him as a superior and put aside his usual air of haughtiness. The Count was jolte