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Lies Part III EDITED Lumina felt fear wash over her, and she paced around her cage anxiously. Ive got to get outta here! she growled, scratching the floor of her cage. It was a futile attempt but she was too frighten of the Professor to care.
Whats all that noise? a voice said. Lumina stopped for a second to look up and saw a towering human that turned out to be the Professor. Her pupils shrunk and she started scratching even faster, desperate to get away.
Get me out! Someone! she cried out in terror.
Whats with all the yowling and meowing? Dont tell met that my big kitty is scared like a little kitty! she baby-talked as he knelt down to her cage, laughing at his own joke. Lumina immediately hid at the darkest and farthest corner of the cage.
Its alright; Im not going to hurt you. I just want to see how you turned out. The Professor said in a calming voice as he to
Lies Part II EDITEDThe next day, L.U. managed to open her drowsy eyes and found herself in a steel cage. There were two cages beside her, and one of them contained R.A. Ive seen her somewhere before but from where? L.U. wondered. R.A. sensed her staring and turned to face her.
What are you looking at? she growled.
Im sorry. Im looking because I think Ive seen you somewhere
Of course you saw me; we all met in our minds.
Then if you were in my mind, then wheres.
There was a loud snarl in the room next door. L.U. turned her head to the open door that was connected to another room. She saw four of the Professors assistants holding down E.M. as she struggled to get free. Whats going on? L.U. watches and noticed that they were trying to clip onto E.M.s ear.
Hold still! We dont want to accidentally make another hole on you do we? one of the assistants said as he struggled to
Lies part I EDITED
It was dusk out on the savannah. Everything seem to be in perfect balance, except for a huge white building with smoke coming out of the towers. It looked disturbing on the outside, but it was even worse inside. The hallways seemed endless and its dead silence was uncomfortable. The place felt like a hospital. Down the long corridor, some footsteps were approaching. These footsteps belonged to a tall man who had shaggy black hair, and wore a white lab coat plus goggles pushed above his forehead.
He walked through a pair of doors into a room where the hospital monitors were hooked to three giant test tubes that reached from the floor to the ceiling. They were monitoring the brain waves and heartbeats of the tubes occupants. The Professor turned to one of his assistants who watched the monitor screens.
How are my subjects doing? he asked.
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