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Catalyst Ch.4~ Four ~Catalyst Ch.4 by Frenetic-Kinetic
Jak could have sworn he’d placed the Jet-Board in his basement – always next to his desk – but, for some reason, it wasn’t there, and he couldn’t remember lending it to anyone. Of course, such a thing would occur on a day he specifically needed it for a mission. After a morning talk with Torn at the Freedom League headquarters, the blonde had, in his typical, heroic style, accepted the assignment and returned home, to get the necessary equipment – he didn’t carry it around everywhere with him, after all.
So, now that the device was nowhere in sight, Jak found himself stuck. He had the laborious effort of explaining to the ex-Commander why the mission could not be done, as well as the somehow more laborious trudge around Haven City, trying to find the damn Jet-Board.
At least the eighteen year old had a fairly good clue who had ‘borrowed’ it.
“It’s sure nice of you to do thi
Catalyst Ch.5~ Five ~Catalyst Ch.5 by Frenetic-Kinetic
Soft light filtered through gaps in the blinds over the bedroom window, but it wasn’t what woke Jak. Still exhausted from the previous evening, he leant up on his elbows and swept a hand over tousled locks.
What had prevented a wink of sleep was his brain continuously turning things over – when the J90 Air Racers would be ready for testing, how Spargus was progressing with Sig in charge, the change of gang leadership in Kras City – but there was one particular pressing subject that (or, rather, who) refused to vacate his mind.
Their relationship slowly but surely progressed over the weeks since she moved into his abode, yet it seemed his Ottsel friend was correct…for once. If the blonde hero didn’t speed things up, he would never reach his goal. He still debated revealing to her his heritage or the identity of the Kid.
Wouldn’t these be things to tell her later? But just how much time would have to pass before it
HeritageThe Precursor trio stood in front of their ship, facing the humans who had helped save the world…and potentially the universe. The Metal Heads had been routed and one less Dark Maker ship terrorised the stars.Heritage by Frenetic-Kinetic
“Thank you, brave people of this planet,” the Ottsel Leader began. “Onin, Samos and all…your strength and wisdom in these dark times give us reason to fight on.”
The Green Sage shook his head, half-ashamed. “My life’s work, it turns out, was spent searching for a bunch of furballs.”
As usual, Pecker sat smugly on the bowl atop the soothsayer’s head. Both wings were crossed over his midriff, and he casually leant back, relishing the event. “Onin says it is a great day for the universe.”
Turning to Jak, the head Precursor spoke again. “Jak, you are the greatest of heroes. You have turned the tide against the Dark Makers, and together we will win this war.”
“But, dude, there are, like, way more
Catalyst Ch.6~ Six ~Catalyst Ch.6 by Frenetic-Kinetic
A HellCat as the first sight of the day reminded the hero of memories he’d rather forget, but the particular vehicle hovering before him had been modified – crimson paintwork sprayed forest green, a larger primary cannon on the belly, which appeared more of a rail gun…not to mention that the driver was someone Jak considered the opposite of painful.
“Need a lift?” his blue-haired roommate called over the noise of the engine. With a nod, he accelerated towards the cruiser, which lowered to his level, and hopped onto its passenger side. Immediately, he noticed the seats were more padded than the standard model – he’d stolen and ridden in enough to notice the difference.
“Nice ride,” he remarked, leaning back in the seat; it wasn’t often he was a passenger in a car, usually riding or walking everywhere himself (or giving others free shoulder rides – not mentioning any names). It was quite nice to have