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    Serpent's Haste

    Post by Hazama on Thu Nov 21, 2013 3:48 pm

    Time: 3:33 PM
    Date: July 28th, 2013

    Now, we wait? Indeed. He was waiting. He'd seen no results yet, simply because it was a mere day after the creation of the Cauldron. But, who said you couldn't wait for one thing while being efficient and creating the next? No-one, that was who. Hazama was well aware that, whether this Nox Nyctores formed or not, he was going to cause terror and despair and give up this base. Did that mean he was going to leave himself vulnerable afterward? No. He knew what he was going to do. Calling over one of his ever-so-handy workbots that had helped him build the Cauldron, Hazama spoke.

    "Let me ask... exactly how much spare material do we have after building this... base." He inquired. Depending on the amount they had, he would have to build something else of varied size. "Enough to build, let's say... a big airship? No? Oh, just show me the damn scale already." He sighed. This robot wasn't exactly the most communicative, shaking its head. It brought up a holographic screen of how big an airship they could build with the materials they had. Smaller than he'd hoped, but it would do perfectly.

    "Fine, fine, fine, let's just get to work, shall we?" Hazama proposed. "This is why I built that room coated in Ars Magus, anyhow. Hehehehehehe..." He turned, leading the way by walking as all the other robotic creations were called to follow. He had to share an elevator with them, but so what? They were there to follow his orders, and that was all. He didn't need 'em after that. He'd just get rid of them.

    When they arrived in the room, Hazama smiled. "Now... warp the remaining metal here, where you'll make the airship. It'll take a while, but it'll all be worth it in the end." For Hazama, that was... for anyone else? No. Except his little Phantom, of course. Phantom was what he would use to pull him out of the shitstorm once it started; he'd just find someone else to keep the 'heroes' occupied, as he only needed to be there for their despair and fear. Other than that, he didn't need to even be here. But, they wouldn't be satisfied if they left without a show! That was hopefully where Nu came in. Anything else was nothing but icing on the cake.

    The operation for afterward had begun, anyway.
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    Re: Serpent's Haste

    Post by Hazama on Fri Nov 22, 2013 1:35 pm

    Time: 4:44 PM
    Date: August 29th, 2013

    "Splendid, really. Good job, good job. You're doing rather wonderfully for a group of Ars Magus robots. I think that when this thing IS built, I might even just keep you." Of course, he'd send them back onto the ship itself when the actual event happened. As it was definitely going to. He'd launch this ship from wherever Phantom decided to transport it, when her power was amplified by the specific nature of this room. Phantom could use magic, not shabby Ars Magus. Like other users in the Breach! Namely one... thing that he'd met in Lochlann. The ability to use magic and not Ars Magus was an incredible one. He hadn't seen magic come from a being other than Phantom since back then, in the Six Heroes... it was rather exciting.

    His plan would go forward as he'd intended. He didn't really need to plan down to the last detail. All he knew was that he was going to trap the 'heroes', then he'd release them, he'd either leave there and then or he'd stay and battle them (likely the latter, as he'd severely enjoy just to drain as much as he could out of them using his delightful Ouroboros weapon). Other than that, he would just leave them to Nu. Oh, what made him so sure that that was going to happen? Why, that was just it. Nu had already started to show signs of reforming. He'd caught a glimpse of one of those signs... and he had immediately tampered with Nu inside the Cauldron to make her want to fuse once more, and then he'd gone and pushed her back in, sealing the Cauldron shut. All the while, the robots had been working day-in, day-out on this airship. They really had put 110% effort in. Oh, not like that was possible, of course. But this was taking a while to make, and would take a while to make. Thanks to them not having to rest it wouldn't take that long, but it would still be another month. How could he tell? Well, of course, they were about halfway there.

    The general framework was built and the metal was being turned into the rooms that he'd intended to exist on the ship. It was still resilient metal, being metal that used to be in Space Pirate supply. Oh, not to mention that Hazama had had a glorious discovery regarding the Space Pirates! So, he now knew that this was their database. Restoring it had revealed that, as an advanced piece of technology already, it was already connected to their database. So, he'd... well, he'd helped himself. The Phazon Crisis had been rather interesting, as had been the Reformat. Oh, the Reformat was likely the most interesting thing he'd read on the entire thing. Good job this thing had been built before they'd put their security systems in place... and thankfully, destroyed originally before that had happened, too. Even then, what security what was on their end had been pretty easy to get around. Let's just say... Ars Magus was an absolutely wonderful thing. And, not to mention that they were likely using that link to their own advantage as well. So, Hazama fully expected to be being observed at this point. He wasn't gonna give away any slips, but he'd allow them to believe what they wanted to believe.

    In fact, Hazama was so grateful for what the Pirates had done for him that he decided that he wasn't going to even make an effort to destroy this base when he was done with it. How kind of him! He hoped they would enjoy the show, provided they were observing. He most certainly would. In regards to this base, however, if the group decided to destroy it afterwards, there wasn't anything he would be able to do about that. "Y'know, I really appreciate it, Lord Ridley." Hazama spoke in a room he'd constructed that had no cameras in it, laughing to himself. "Hehehehehehe... now, what do you think the ETA is going to be for that airship, hm? I do hope it's not all that long. I can wait, but I can't promise to be able to wait for too long. Still, you know what they say. Patience is a virtue, and all." He was told that it'd be ready in a month. Sounded perfect to him!

    Everything was going swell.
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    Re: Serpent's Haste

    Post by Hazama on Fri Nov 29, 2013 12:03 pm

    Time: 5:55 PM
    Date: September 30th, 2013

    Ah, was this the finished product? Hazama entered the room, gazing upon the airship. It looked perfect, actually. Well-armoured, assumedly had Ars Magus capabilities in order to cloak and prevent others from following (wouldn't want any pesky attention at this stage, would he?) as well as basic living conditions. He knew he was going to be discarding this base by now. It was a practical certainty. The fact of the matter was, he just wasn't going to need a Cauldron after this event. He could make do without one. Besides, if he left the Cauldron there to fester... it might attract attention itself, which could be handy AND used for future shit-stirring.

    Naturally, that was dependent on it not getting destroyed, though. Not that HE gave a crap one way or another.


    It didn't actually look all that bad. Not all THAT big, not tiny, and looked handy. "I don't care what model you used. Just make it, well, efficient." He couldn't care less, provided it did what he wanted it to do; basically, a mobile house/base mixup. Not like he couldn't change later if he changed his mind and made the decision to ditch it and make a new base. But to do that, he'd need more materials. After all, the Space Pirate materials? Yeah, he'd used all that up. Not like it mattered anymore. It wasn't THAT hard to get new metal, right?

    It shouldn't be, anyway.

    "Right, right, Phantom?" The familiar shadowy figure appeared, next to him. Oh, it knew what to do. What to do had been in his mind every time he came back here. She had to transport it. Moving towards the top of the airship, the Phantom spread a wide circle around the entirety of the creation. It had to draw energy from the Ars Magus coating the room... from the magic coating the room. With a shudder, the room shook violently, Hazama standing there as Phantom struggled. Visualising a place in her head... the caves...the airship phased out of space, and the room returned to normal.

    "Ah, it looks like everything's in order. I'd better go get to packing, huh? Ehehehehe!" Hazama chuckled.

    Looked like his work was all but done.

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