Revelations: Rise of Satan, Chapt. 3

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The eight have just destroyed Area 51, how much trouble will they get into?

Submitted: March 14, 2011

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Idiot’s Guide to Relax after Destroying a Military Base
 Lily stood at Tikaboo Peak. Smoke shrouded the once clear sky, Area 51 lay in ruins. She had dragged all six robots and Christian here, with obvious difficulty. Lily wondered why she’d agreed to run away with Christian last year. That’s the past, she chided herself, and right now we have to look ahead. Then, when it’s all over, and things have calmed down, I’ll smack him upside the head.
 “Grr…” Christian stirred, he looked around. “Where… where am I…?” A news helicopter flew over, heading for the destroyed airfield. What was there for the Government to hide, now?
 “Tikaboo Peak.” Lily answered.
 “Huh?”
She looked at him, “You asked where we were, Tikaboo Peak.” Christian grunted. He looked at her, perhaps with respect, maybe with annoyance. Probably both.
“How are the robots?” He asked.
 “They went off to get food for us; they seem to enjoy hunting…” Christian managed to find the dead squirrel on a tree trunk. He looked at the finely made lean-to.
 “You made this?”
 “Yep, you’ve been out for hours. What is it now, 5:30?” Christian sighed. He hated it when Lily was right.
  “Load of thirty pounds, assistance required.” Gamma’s voice came from over the peak. Both of them rushed to help the robots.
 
Dinner was quiet. Not even the robots talked. They probably realized how tired the two humans were. After all, they had barely gotten out of the place. Lights glowed at Area 51, news helicopters were pouring in from all over the world, now. Fires were still burning, there. It was scary.
 “So we’re officially on the run now, huh?” Lily asked.
  “Affirmative,” Delta said, “News report,” his voice changed to a radio reporter’s voice, who was probably at the airfield. “’I’m coming to you live, from Area 51. A massive terrorist attack has completely destroyed the airfield. Bodies are being found everywhere, sources say about 2,058 soldiers died. Many of them look as if they were shooting at something. What could have caused this kind of destruction? We have Military Officer, Angston Listro to tell us, at 11.’ ‘Thank you, Jeff. The Government has issued a warning. Be on the lookout for six, highly armed and dangerous robots. These robots will destroy anyone. They are believed to be traveling with two, rouge teenagers, a girl and a boy, both near the age of 18.’” Delta stopped. Obviously pleased, all six of the robots decide to congratulate each other for being called “dangerous”. They gave each other high fives and slammed their weapons together.
 “I can’t believe it…” Christian mumbled. His face was solemn.
 “It’s ok, we’ll be fine.” Lily tried to comfort him.
“No, no it’s not.” He said, “I mean, how could they think I’m 18!?” His face broke into a grin. He started to laugh. Lily smiled; he could even laugh at a time like this.
 “When we get out of this,” she said, “I’m going to take you out!” She swung a fist in the air.
Christian laughed.
 “Time: 22:30. Advisory to sleep. Good night.”
 “Good night, guys.” Christian said, trying not to laugh. He and Lily both went to bed. He kissed her on the forehead. “G’night, Lil’s.” He whispered. There was a short pause.
 “Good night.” Lily finally whispered.
Help from Below
Lily dreamt of a fox and a robin fighting, lightning flashed. The world was falling apart. She ran towards them. “Stop!” She cried, “Stop! You’re going to kill each other! Stop it!” The fox’s maw opened beyond a natural fox’s jaw could.  It lunged at the robin’s surprised face. The earth shook with the dying bird. The world crumbled into space. 
 “Having trouble, sweet flower?” A voice rumbled. The coldness of space grew warmer. Fire danced around Lily.
 “Wha- who are you?” Lily cried. The flames licked her skin. Heat assaulted her body.
 “I am but a friend. I have a bad reputation. But I know how to get what you want…”
 “A car?” Lily asked.
 “No! This…” Christian’s sleeping form appeared in front of Lily.
 “Tha- I don’t care about him!” Lily staggered. The being chuckled a low, evil laugh.
 “Of course… How silly of me… But I will be with you…” A creature appeared in front of Lily. A horrifying, evil, creature. “Now, WAKE!”
“Wake up!” Christian yelled.
 “Don’t!” Lily screamed. Her head flung off the ground, her heart was beating fast.
 “Lily!” Christian grabbed her shoulders, “Lily, it’s ok.”
 “No! He talked to me! He’s gonna find us!” She screamed. Christian hugged her. The robots stood in a circle around them. Slowly, Lily calmed down.
 “It’s ok, just tell me what happened.” Christian said. He let her go. Lily explained her dream to them. The robots stayed silent, observing the little smoke that still seeped from Area 51. It was Z-999 who spoke when she finished.
 “Attention, multiple organic life-forms approaching this direction. No identifiable weapons. Non-aggressive intent likely. All units hide and remain until ordered to reveal self or the creator faces harm. Our location must remain hidden.”
The robots slipped behind trees, in trees, and one, inside a bush.
 “Ok, Lily, we gotta pretend we were out camping, ok?” Christian said.
 “Ok…” Lily sniffled. Three boys and a girl hiked into the camp. Two of the boys looked like twins, with blonde hair; one could guess they were about 8 years old. They were both heavily dressed. Like a bear took off its coat and gave it to them. The girl looked about 16. She had glasses, and her black hair was tied into a ponytail. She wore a black jacket, black jeans, and black hiking boots. The third boy was tall, about 19, with sandy blonde hair.
“Hey.” The older boy said. He took a look at Lily, then glared at Christian as if asking, What the fuck did you do?
 “Hey.” Christian replied. He did his best to smile.
 “What’re you two doing up here? Don’t ya know about the trouble that went up at Area 51?” One of the twins asked. “Yeah, some terrorists blew up all the aliens!” The other said. “You idiot!” The other twin smacked him, “There’s no such thing as aliens!” “Are too!” “Are not!”
The twins continued to argue. “Yeah, we know,” Christian said, “saw it.”
“Really?” The older brother asked, he had a look of distrust. But it quickly turned into a smile. “Anyway, we got off on the wrong foot, I’m Blake.” He pointed to the twins, “Those are my brothers, Bill and Dill.” He finally pointed to the girl, “And that’s my sister, Jeana.”
 “That’s it,” Jeana muttered, “I’m getting bored; I’ll see you losers at camp.” She walked the way they came.
 “Hey!” Bill yelled. “Wait for us!” Yelled Dill. They both ran after her.
 “I gotta use a bush, I’ll be right back.” Lily said. Both boys watched her leave.
“Alright,” Blake said in disgust, “What’d you do to her?”
 “Me? I didn’t do anything! We just woke up! She had a nightmare, for crying out loud!” Christian cried.
 “Don’t lie, jackass,” Blake balled his hands into fists, “Girls don’t start crying about nightmares!” The trees rustled.
 “Don’t fight me, Blake. I only need raise my voice.”
 “Or what? You’ll kill me?” He laughed and swung his fist at Christian, who dodged out of the way. The trees shook; the six robots surrounded Blake, weapons ready to kill.
  “You shall not harm the creator!” Execution-Bot said. Blake’s face showed his horror.
 “Wha-wha! They’re th-the evil robots!” He managed.
 “They’re not evil!” Christian yelled. Lily walked back from her business. Her look offered her surprise.
 “Christian! Don’t kill him!” She yelled. The robots slowly lowered their weapons. It took a while to calm Blake down.
Finally he said, “You’re the terrorists?”
 Lily shook her head, “No, we had run away, but the Government tried to kill us.” She explained what had really happened. Of what happened at Area 51.
Blake hesitated, and said, “Need some help?”


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