that line. She rushes on over to you - and then you blast her with a laser right to the torso. She yelps as she flies back the way she came.
Oh, hey, you know how your entire escape hinged on the fact that Comstar's cybernetics let her control your laser array despite her being stunned? That's still true. And she's not a dorky spaz who can't aim like Angel-IKA - she's using your camera network to give herself perfect situational awareness and can drive every one of your weapons with maximum efficiency.
"As much as I'd love to see how this plays out," she says, and she sounds deeply sincere about that "this was just an interlude. I've got big plans for the sequel so I can't go to jail just yet. You understand, of course. The people demand proper pacing."
Your lasers turn down, cutting hard into the stone of the park, and then intensify way past safety limits. She's looking to cut off the entire chunk of the park she's on and send it drifting into the strange chaotic currents of Neo Chaos. And, with a smirk, she angles the blast so a different arc starts slicing towards Angel-IKA in the opposite direction.
Ferraphim1tp: Umhmmh advice
Ferraphim1tp: On exploring a feminine identity
Ferraphim1tp: From me
Dominus: IT'S JUST MAKEUP, CLOTHING AND INCONVENIENT BIOLOGY.
Locker: wow that's deep dominus
Dominus: IT DOESN'T NEED TO BE DEEP. IT'S JUST ANNOYING.
The strike craft's engine rumbles below you, the familiar turns and microweather patterns that rumble through the hull almost as readable as a country road.
"What would have happened if you hadn't?" said JuneBird, kicking at the air. "Well, then I guess I would have had to pick up the slack, right? I mean, you had backup. There was something you needed to sort out with the Shogun, I get it, but I can hold the line for five minutes if you need me to."
[She wants to shift your Saviour up and Superior down. Accept what she says or reject her influence]