hős Complex

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Engine-Man nodded to the departure of both Metal Bat and the officer. “I’m talking my leave as well. We will update you heroes once we get all the information.” He walked off to contact the heroes for support for support of rebuilding hos complex.

Red Bernardino waved Metal Bat and Engine-Man goodbye. “Thanks for helping out!” He turns to Orso, nodding once. “Right… we need to find out his true location. If he’s isn’t here… then he got to be someplace else. The question is where do we exactly look for? We haven’t gotten a clue…” Red yawned.

“Lyrik?” Gravity Girl caught wind of their conservation. “My filling me in of what’s happening with you two?” She looked at both of them. “Don’t think I recognized you…” She pointed to Red. “Or you.” She pointed towards Orso.


Construction Man looked around. “Whelp… we need to clean this mess up too. We’re definitely going to need a lot of people here now.” He turns to Dragon Fly. “Mind flying to Hero City City to get more people for me?”
"Oh, Gravity Girl!" Orso stuttered, waving his little arms. "Red and Lyrik are the newest members of the Heroes Association. I'm also a hero but I usually patrol elsewhere since I was a C-rank. They recently promoted us after we dealt with the mess down at Port Graham. Lyrik was there with us, but he left the hospital and we unfortunately don't know where to look. They sent us here after blocking off the train station, so we weren't able to ask if they caught sight of him on the cameras." He let out a sad squeaking noise as he slumped over, discouraged. "We don't have any clue as to his whereabouts or what made him leave to begin with. I wonder if someone kidnapped him..."
"New members, huh..." Gravity Girl said. "Well, I can't stand idly by knowing an hero is missing, so I'll assist you." 

"R-really, you'll helps us out?" Red said. 

Gravity Girl nodded. "After what transpired today and Port Graham a while back, I need to be more active." She pulled out her phone, seeing Whitney's number. "Guess I have to hang out with her another time." She muttered under her breath. "Anyways, we have to head back to the Heroes Organization; they should have whereabouts of his location."

"Huh...? How would they know?"

"It's a secret among higher heroes... but Minute Man, the head of the Heroes Organization, had each and every one of us chipped with a tracking device inside of us, in case we go missing." She explained.
"Whoa... I didn't know that was a thing," Orso remarked in astonishment. "But that's a great sign for us! Let's go over there ASAP before Lyrik gets too far away then." He said with an urgency in his voice. If they didn't soon, he didn't know how much guilt he could take if something bad had happened to Lyrik and they were powerless the whole time to do anything about it.
"That's kind of scary..." Red said. "But how we get there now? The Ultra Speed Train is shut down..."

"I can carry you lots over there just as fast... though that depends if you guys aren't airsick..." Gravity Girl asked.
"Hopefully my stuffing doesn't fall out while we're in the sky...." Orso pulled the zipper dangling from his neck all the way up. "But I think I can handle it!" He put his paws on his hips in an effort to look tough, but seeing as he was in his "low-power" form, he just looked like any children's stuffed toy.
Gravity Girl blushed a bit. “Y-you don’t have to worry about that! I’ll be extra careful…” She swirls her fingers, lifting both Orso and Red up into the air near her. She turns to both Dragonfly and Construction. “You’ll be able to handle things from here right? I’ll alert the Heroes Organization that we need more assistance of helping the people.” 

Construction nodded. “We got here covers… it doesn’t look as bad as Port Graham, since only this part of hos complex got trashed.” He turns to Dragonfly. “This should take us… less than a few hours, top?” 

“Right…” Gravity Girl said. “See you soon.” She boosted out of the area along with Orso and Red towards the Heroes Organization.
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