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Scanned a ghost- chapter 4
As Danny looked around the city he found himself feeling a mix of being freaked out and impressed at how familiar everything was. If it weren’t for all the creatures walking around, he could swear the place was another city on earth, a foregoing low tech one but still.
Tom marveled at how little a human in Perim would know about the place, Najerin hadn’t been kidding when he said Danny was a special case on coming to Perim; right now they were just wondering the streets. Tom was just explaining about Porting to Perim from earth.
“So let me get this straight, you can be in two places at once?”
Tom nodded, “Earth self and Chaotic self, it’s pretty cool.”
“Wish I could do that.” Danny moaned, remembering the battle he had with Pariah the ghost king, the only time he could ever replicate himself in a fight. Tom gave a small laugh, not knowing what was going through his friend’s mind.
“I can’t tell you how many times I
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The Deal
   The room was dark and silent, a condemned building with hardly any light save for the full moon shining through the crumbling roof. A lone figure in a long trench coat and heeled boots stepped over to the center with a no nonsense manner, a rolling suitcase with large custom wheels trailing behind her. She halted in the center, her masked eyes searching the shadows before pulling out an antique pocket watch with a silver moon on it’s face. The time showed five past midnight.
   She looked up at the sound of a heavy thump across the room, though she saw nothing she snapped the watch shut speaking with a hint of annoyance, “Late. And with such a cliche trick, are you trying to impress me or frighten me? You’ll find neither is easy to do.”
   “I could say the same about me, fleshy.” a deep voice spoke back in annoyance, the static undertone giving it something like a constant purr or a growl, “Though i have to admi
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Scanned a ghost - chapter 3
    Danny’s mind did a little flip when he got his first look at Kiru city, the place looked more like a fortress from afar, up close it was like a walled metropolis. Like something out of a medieval action movie or something, he couldn’t help but think of what his friends would think if they could see this. He knew Sam would probably love it, ‘would be better if the walls were black but that’s just me.’ she would say.
    As they descended for a landing, Najerin noticed how natural this seemed to the boy. It was almost as if the boy had done this before. Odd considering Ren had mentioned he was not a Chaotic player, which would’ve been the only reason for him to even enjoy the feeling.
    They touched down just inside the city gates, Najerin let the boy down just before his feet touched the ground, surprised when Danny landed on his feet with no trouble. Most would stumble when he let them
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Scanned a Ghost- Chapter 2
    Danny woke up on a large cot, in a room filled with shelf upon shelf of leather bound books and scrolls. There was a large fire filling the room with warmth and the smell of shouldering herbs, and when he looked around he could see a few large backed chairs and a wooden desk covered in quills and papers.
    He tried to sit up only to realize he felt like he had just finished a marathon across Europe and fought with Pariah dark for a second time, his head was still spinning. The door opened as he tried again. A large hand eased him back onto the cot gently.
    “Don’t try to move so much, you’re still weak from the portal’s effects.” An aged voice full of concern reached the boy’s ears. He stared up into the dark eyes of an old man with blue skin and darker colored robes; the beard was so thick you couldn’t see his mouth move when he spoke.
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Scanned a Ghost - Chapter 1
    She wafted through a zone covered in green, she wore a simple tunic and vest both different shades of the same color, her baggy black pants had a tear in them showing a gash underneath bleeding red, her knee high boots kicked at the air as she flew, hooded short cloak flapping behind her, her face covered by a simple white mask in the shape of a fox. Her hands gripped a large bundle tightly, her pale hands turning whiter at the grip she had. She flew onwards, her pursuers closely behind her. A ghost in white tux carrying a bullhorn flanked by specters in swat team uniforms.
    “By authority of Sheriff Walker, you are under arrest for violation of ghost zone law section seven; no real world items are permitted in the ghost zone.”
    She ignored them, searching, a pair of real fox ears pricked from under the hood listening. A door opened to her right glowing blue; her ears shivered. There!
   
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As Danny looked around the city he found himself feeling a mix of being freaked out and impressed at how familiar everything was. If it weren’t for all the creatures walking around, he could swear the place was another city on earth, a foregoing low tech one but still.
Tom marveled at how little a human in Perim would know about the place, Najerin hadn’t been kidding when he said Danny was a special case on coming to Perim; right now they were just wondering the streets. Tom was just explaining about Porting to Perim from earth.
“So let me get this straight, you can be in two places at once?”
Tom nodded, “Earth self and Chaotic self, it’s pretty cool.”
“Wish I could do that.” Danny moaned, remembering the battle he had with Pariah the ghost king, the only time he could ever replicate himself in a fight. Tom gave a small laugh, not knowing what was going through his friend’s mind.
“I can’t tell you how many times I wished the same thing. One of me on earth while the other is in Perim is one thing, but if I could be in two battle domes at the same time or at school and the arcade on earth, that would be interesting.”
Danny wondered otherwise, he had some experience being two people at once, his human half and his ghost half being separate had caused him some problems that time around. But that might have something to do with his personality getting split as well as his human and ghost halves.
A shiver of cold and burst of blue mist from his mouth caused him to flinch, eyes instinctively looking for any signs of trouble. Tom noticed the sudden silence between them, “Are you ok?”
Danny shrugged, seeing nothing out of the ordinary, as far as being on another world full of strange creatures could be called out of the ordinary, “yeah… I’m ok.”
Tom wondered if he should change the subject when he heard someone call his name. He looked in surprise as he saw Kaz running up to them.
Kaz gasped as he stopped to catch his breath, “Tom. You won’t believe what just happened.”
“Friend of yours?” Danny asked.
Kaz looked at Danny just noticing him, His eyes widened, “Tom do you have a twin I don’t know about?”
Tom shook his head, smiling, “The resemblance is uncanny right?”
Kaz nodded, shaking his head suddenly, the urgency in his voice was back, “Tom this is serious, I found a new creature at Broken edge.”
Tom’s eyes widened with excitement, “Where? What happened?”
***8***
Ren ran deep into the Forest of life, a place brimming with natural energy in the overworld. The very trees felt like towering beings watching the forest, strong and alive as they thrived on the energy here. Ren’s nose twitched as she moved, feeling stronger with every stride. She smiled to herself, stopping in the branches of a tall tree.
“Got to remember to come back here,” she said to herself, “with all the energy around here I could easily make a reserve for later.”
She smiled at the thought, closing her eyes and reaching out with her powers. The forest felt like a carpet of living pale energy, flowing regularly up and outwards. What wasn’t used by the plants traveled to new places. Spreading to the far reaches of Perim, a natural energy indeed.
But she could feel others. Spots as powerful as this one, a similar yellow-green energy to the west felt free and light, a soft red one not too far off to the south felt rippling and powerful, and one orange energy that felt stoic yet ever moving where it needed to be. They all were flowing, regulating life wherever they originated and flowing to places all over. The flows were all mixed up and tangled like strings with no directions and yet they didn’t touch. As Ren read the flow she noticed this and realized there was a faint sound connected with the flows, something she could only hear while watching the flow closely. Something was wrong here.
She concentrated harder trying to make sense of it, these energies were important, originating from different points to maintain the life of Perim, but there were places that were…vanishing?
Her power detected something traces of a fifth power, a dark one that touched each somewhere, seeming to come from nowhere. The energy of the forest blocking her from getting a clear view. She opened her eyes, frowning, something stirred in her memory from the last time she was in Perim, by her timeline it was only perhaps ten years ago. She thought back to it, thinking, remembering…
The pale blue of the overworld, flowing like water; bright red of the underworld, powerful as fire; wispy yellow of the Mipedians, bright as the sun and fluttering like the winds; and finally the rippling orange of the Dainians, solid and orderly as earth.
The tribes had settled there, and soon their squabbles had emerged like opposites, fire against water, wind against earth, and soon the battles became inevitable; settling into an unsteady balance where no one would take Perim completely.
Back then these four energies harmonized with each other to support the life of all Perim, despite its warring tribes, and now…they were starting to fall apart.
“Where did that fifth energy come from?” she took off making mental notes, the source of the blue energy had shifted a little since the last time she was here, perhaps the others had too. She needed to know where they all originated now, and where they fell apart. Most importantly she needed to know more about that black energy, the one that felt like a lack of will and understanding, a void to everything that mattered.
***8***
Danny and Tom listened to Kaz’s story with mixed results.
A ghost out on Broken edge, Danny was a bit glad to hear about it. It meant his ghost half wouldn’t be considered farfetched to anyone who saw him, but the description just didn’t add up, it sounded more like one of those ghosts that barely had any power to their name, the little blobs were often used as servants by more powerful ghosts or wander around like little parasites. Usually until they faded from existence or gained proper forms of their own.
Tom frowned for another reason. Technically nearly everything in Perim was scan able for something, be they local, objects that could be used as battle gear, locations themselves and of course the crystallized rings known as mugic. But this ghost thing, if it didn’t show up as a creature it could be something else, something dangerous. Like a certain other thing he had come across the first time he had scanned Prexxor chasm.
“Are you sure it never showed up on your scanner?”
“Of course I’m sure,” Kaz was close to exploding, “the thing was right in front of us and it still didn’t register. Not only that, I tried scanning it and got nothing. Nothing! That’s just crazy!”
Tom held his hands up, “Ok, ok, I’m just asking that’s all.”
“Kaz, did it say anything to you?” Danny asked, “Spout any plans or rant on about something, anything at all?”
The other boys looked at him, puzzled. Kaz thought a minute, “Well…it said something about hearing breaking, and then it went on about replacement, after I thought I had a scan of the thing I didn’t want to stick around to find out what that meant.”
Danny nodded, folding his arms and thinking this over, “So it wants to replace people…find a host maybe?”
Kaz shivered at the idea, “Like I said, I didn’t stick around to find out.”
Tom got a worried look on his face, “You sure nothing else was strange around there? Nothing…destroyed?”
Kaz knew Tom was thinking of the Blithe from Prexxor chasm almost a year ago, how that huge thing destroyed everything in its path with no reason or remorse like a disease. He shook his head, “Everything looked normal even after the thing got there. No damage.”
Tom was glad to hear that much at least, still this was something he wanted to look into.
“Maybe Najerin should know about this, in case that thing is more dangerous than we thought.” Tom stood up, “He should still be in the palace right now.”
Kaz cocked his head to one side, “Wait, you know exactly where Najerin is for once?”
Danny stood up as well, reminding the other boys of his presence, stuffing his hands in his pockets, “Najerin asked Tom to keep an eye on me. Long story, remind me to tell you later. Right now I think Tom’s right; a ghost wanting to replace someone is never a good thing.”
***8***
Maxxor had his hands crossed as he heard out Najerin’s every word, the blue creature waited calmly in his seat as his leader digested the information he had offered. Finally the green tattooed creature leaned back in his chair with a heavy sigh.
“Alright then, Najerin, if you can trust this Ren creature then I can grant her permission to move through the Overworld.” He closed his eyes a moment, “And as to the human with no scanner, he can stay here for now. But know that anything that happens to him is not my responsibility.”
The blue muge nodded, “I don’t expect anything more or less. Thank you for understanding Maxxor.”
The overworld ruler smiled, “I’ve never had a reason to doubt you old friend.”
Najerin sighed, touching his forehead as if suddenly very tired, yet he had a smile on his aged face, “Old friend, I had just gotten used to her calling me a child again.”
“You mean to say she is older than you are?” Maxxor asked sounding surprised.
The muge shook his head, “I did say she could time travel somewhat, though it’s quite complicated, when I first met her she was only ten years my elder, and as with the other times I have seen her, she seems to have aged only minutes compared to the years I have gained. Currently she still looks around the same age as Tomas and his friends, yet she still calls me Kid.”
Maxxor’s face became unreadable, “If she’s anything like Roden and his time caves, then it’s a wonder she has no tribe of her own.”
Najerin glanced towards the door, already he could sense a trio of humans coming down the hall, “I asked her about that once; she said that she would rather be a fence sitter when the situation has no right or wrong.”
Maxxor raised his brow, confused. Najerin stood up heading for the door, “At least, that’s how she put it.
“And now it seems that now you’ll be meeting young Danny.” He opened up the door to reveal three surprised humans, Tom with his hand in the air as if he was about to knock but never got the chance.
Najerin gave them a small smile, “come on inside Daniel, I’ve already finished filling Maxxor in on your predicament. Now Tom, if there’s something you wish to bring to my attention, it’ll have to be in private.”
Tom nodded, letting it slide; Danny and Kaz however looked at each other with shock.
“Um, Tom, how did he do that?” Danny asked.
His doppelganger shrugged, “I’ve given up trying to figure it out.”
***8***
Danny had gone ghost, he always found it nice to go flying when he couldn’t sleep, lazing on the wind and floating among stars in the late hours. It helped him relax in ways he couldn’t explain.
He sighed in pleasure as all cares washed away from him, green glowing eyes turned to a sky filled with stars. Not a cloud in sight and a pale thin crescent of a moon overhead. He soon settled himself on the roof of the palace looking out over the landscape beyond the walls and the bright sky.
“Wish I had a telescope. This sky is awesome.” He sighed, thinking about the conversation he had with Maxxor. The huge green creature had reminded him a bit of his dad back home, well in size anyway. Aside from being surprised at how much he looked like tom, (Danny had a feeling that was going to happen a lot.) the green creature had made a clear point of how even though he was granting Danny a place to stay safe in Perim, anything that happened to Danny was to be his own fault and no one else. No one was going to be asked to watch him for any reason whatsoever, even at the request of a good friend such as Najerin.
He was just starting to enjoy himself and forget troubles for the night when he heard a creaking sound to his right. He turned in time to see a trap door open, and Maxxor himself came hopping out. Danny turned on his invisibility, not moving. Maxxor strode across the roof, sitting just near where Danny was. The green creature leaned back and looked up into the night, sighing.
Danny floated up into the air so as not to make any noise, a similar thought going through his head as back at Lake Ken-I-Po, and the last thing he needed was to end up being attacked by the leader of the overworld.
Maxxor stared off into the sky with a tired look. Danny wondered just how much stress it was to be a warrior and leader of the overworld all at once. The young half ghost couldn’t imagine it; the most he ever had to worry about was protecting his hometown from ghost attacks and keeping his grades up, while keeping people from finding out about his secret. And that was hard enough on a kid his age.
“I know you’re there,” Maxxor’s voice startled him, so badly his invisibility fizzled, “if you aren’t going to attack you can at least tell me what you’re doing up here.”
Danny turned to see the green creature was now sitting up, and staring in his direction; Danny dropped his invisibility and turned around rubbing the back of his neck, “Er, Hey, nice night for stargazing isn’t it?”
****8****
Maxxor’s eyes narrowed a bit as he eyed the young creature’s loose black and white clothes and scrawny form, the way he floated off the ground and a slight non-existent breeze ruffled his snow white hair. What intrigued him the most was the way the young creature was glowing, like a moon shining dimly in the night. Narrowed brown humanoid eyes then glanced into dragon slit glowing green ones searching, whoever this young creature was didn’t seem keen on a fight; that was good at least. Of course Maxxor had no intentions of letting his guard down.
“Who are you?”
The young creature rubbed the back of his neck, a nervous trait he had only ever seen in humans before. He hesitated, “D…Phantom. Just Phantom.”
Maxxor nodded, he’d be sure to remember that name, “Where are you from?”
Again Phantom hesitated, “Er, the Grassy plains?”
Maxxor raised his brow, obviously the creature was lying. He stood up looking the kid over, he wasn’t buggy enough to be a Danian, it was possible this kid was from the underworld, but they attacked rather than show they were nervous to an enemy; after that invisibility trick he’d seen and the kid’s eyes, it was equally possible that he could be a Mipedian. Yet as far as he could tell the kid didn’t have any scales, tail or anything lizard-like about him, not to mention he was wearing shoes. Mipedians don’t wear shoes.
Phantom landed softly on the roof giving a smile, “Actually I…can’t say. I just got here.”
This caught Maxxor a little off guard, “Got here as in…”
“That is I…I don’t really know how it happened.”
The young creature sounded sincere, not something he’d expect from an underworlder, or any attacker from any tribe. “Why are you here in Kiru city?”
Phantom started off slowly, giving a small smile, “Looked interesting, besides up here was the best place for stargazing on a night like this.”
The green creature thought this over, prefers stargazing to battling creatures he doesn’t know, what an odd youth, “Yes…  Still…I can’t have intruders show up any time they like. If you’re not an Overworlder then I have to assume you’re with another tribe.”
Phantom cocked his head to one side looking confused, “Wait, there’s more than one tribe?”
Maxxor raised a brow; just how little did this young creature know? Even the humans who came for their games knew about Perim, Tribes, creatures, attacks, mugic, they sometimes seemed to know more about Perim than the creatures that lived there. But Phantom seemed to be claiming no such knowledge at all.
“How do you not…?”
“Maxxor there you are.” Behind him a white hawk like creature in green jerkin swooped in, pulling a scroll from his bag, “I apologize for the late hour Sire, but the girl said this was to be delivered at once.”
“A girl?” Maxxor asked flatly, he didn’t think one of the Overworld's best archers would make a delivery just because a human asked him too.
The bird man nodded, “A fox girl with a white face, called herself Ren. She said if you didn’t see it things would get out of hand.”
He handed his leader the scroll, pulling out a Spectral viewer, a battle gear that looks like a reptilian skull mask with a green spyglass through one eye. He peered through it looking around, nodding as he put it away. Maxxor assumed that meant Phantom was nowhere around.
****8****
Danny phased back into his room, reaching for his humanity and shifting back before slipping into the bed. Meeting Maxxor as Danny Fenton was frightening enough, meeting Maxxor as Danny Phantom might cause him some trouble. There were no doubts in his mind that Maxxor was going to have his subjects keep an eye out for a white haired creature that could float around.
“Well at least he doesn’t know that both Phantom and Danny are the same person…” he thought about that statement, “Same creature. Heh, better than being called a ghost I guess.”
He laughed at the thought, and turned over to fall asleep.
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So how do you guys like how my medic turned out? this was my first time drawing and painting him by paw.
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Also special thanks to every one who called the medic for me.... i think.
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   The room was dark and silent, a condemned building with hardly any light save for the full moon shining through the crumbling roof. A lone figure in a long trench coat and heeled boots stepped over to the center with a no nonsense manner, a rolling suitcase with large custom wheels trailing behind her. She halted in the center, her masked eyes searching the shadows before pulling out an antique pocket watch with a silver moon on it’s face. The time showed five past midnight.
   She looked up at the sound of a heavy thump across the room, though she saw nothing she snapped the watch shut speaking with a hint of annoyance, “Late. And with such a cliche trick, are you trying to impress me or frighten me? You’ll find neither is easy to do.”
   “I could say the same about me, fleshy.” a deep voice spoke back in annoyance, the static undertone giving it something like a constant purr or a growl, “Though i have to admit i was surprised that someone like you would contact me, let alone be able to.”
   The woman pocketed her watch, her other hand tapping the handle of her suitcase irritably, “Are you going to come out or shall i assume you have no interest in what i have to offer and attempt to call another Cyber better suited to the job?”
   The second figure gave a small laugh, stepping out into the light with a confident stride. A tall robotic person with mostly green plating and a few spikes, his face a starking white with black stripes, bright red eyes glaring coldly at the human below him.
   The robot crossed his arms as he leaned back against a solid pillar, “Now, now, i wouldn't come all this way just for laughs. I’m curious to what a human would want with a bounty hunter like me. You’d think that after the Omega-Screamers nearly blowing the city right of the face of this rock, among other incidents, most humans didn't like any bots sporting a decepticon mark.”
   “I am not most humans, Mr. Lockdown. Same as you are not just any bot. I understand despite that marking, your no more loyal to the Decepticons than you are to the autobots.” She smiled in a cold sly manner, “Therefore, i don't believe that it matters who your clientele is so long as they can give you a satisfying payment.”
   Lockdown gave a chuckle, lifting up his hook hand as if inspecting it for imperfections, “And what exactly does a human think she can offer ol’ Lockdown?”
   The woman pulled the bag around and opened the front pocket pulling out a small key pad and a holo projector screen. A few swift strokes and a file was opened showing the schematics of what looked like some kind of blaster. Lockdown glanced at it with little interest, “Aw come on, that’s it? Lady you're wasting my time.”
   The woman gave a low laugh, her hand moving swiftly across the keyboard once more showing two more images, “Hardly. What you see before you is the schematics for an experimental stasis lock projectile. I am also willing to offer a prototype weapon in your size that can transform into one of three different modes for different purposes and lastly but perhaps not least the remains of decepticon Starscream. As we have no need of him I’m certain that you have someone he will be of use to even in his current state.”
   Lockdown looked them over once more, taking more interest in the prototype than the others, the basic mode was small and simple, almost harmless looking. Both it and the schematic seemed to be showing only a small part of the information, a security measure on this female’s part, pretty fragging smart for a fleshy. Part of him wondered if she had the rest of those files or the actual prototype with her in that suitcase, as nice as a stasis lock projectile might be, it would be so easy to just take the prototype and be on his way. Any bot could do it really, no special training or weapons needed, just pick it up and drive off leaving the human with nothing but her wires in a twist, or whatever they did when they got irritated.
   He thought this over with a cold smile pointing to the image of the deceased decepticon, “Now how in the galaxy did you manage to get your cervos on that?”
   “When the Omega clone robot nearly destroyed the city we had to act quickly to get him off the streets after that allspark fragment was somehow pulled from his body. Luckily many of the citizens were either evacuated or in underground shelters. Not that it would have done them any good if the autobot’s had failed.”
   Lockdown frowned a little at this, finding bits of this information hard to process, particularly the bit about the allspark, how did she know what that was?
   “And why weren’t you among those who evacuated?” He asked slowly.
   “That is not important.” The woman tapped two keys causing the holo projector to shut off allowing her to slip the keyboard away, “What matters now is our little transaction. These items are to be your payment on delivery. What you do with them afterwards is not my concern.”
   Lockdown glanced into her masked eyes warily, his mind already thinking over what he could do with devices like those. He leaned against the post once more, “You’ve got some pretty brass bearings for a human, I kinda like that. But what's to stop me from just taking whatever you got in that suitcase and leaving you high and dry?”
   “Then we will have wasted our time.” she said flatly as she crossed her arms in front of her, a foot inching closer to the side of the case.
   The two beings regarded each other with cold stares, each seemed to be trying to figure out their next move and wary of what the other might do.
   Finally, the robotic lifeform scoffed, “Alright lady. I’ll consider your payment. What kind of job does a fleshy want me to do anyway?”
   The woman smiled, kicking at a hidden mechanism in the suitcase. It whirred and snapped open, standing up on a platform to show off it’s contents, a thing that looked like a small crystal ball with glowing numbers counting down. The woman reached in, pulling off a glove and touching the spherical device. It went dark and slid easily into her hand, “Had you ‘left me high and dry’, as you put it, this little device would have gone off, releasing a powerful chemical mixture that would have destroyed the contents leaving you with nothing but a melted mess.”
   She placed the sphere inside her coat and touched the remaining device inside, “This is an Ingwe unit, leftover from a project that went under years ago. The only working model of it’s kind. Consider it a down payment.”
   Lockdown couldn’t help but smile as his optics devoured every detail, admiring the sleek silver spotted design. He slid his servo across it’s surface and felt a twinge in his hand as it charged up in almost a low purr.
   “Now ain't this something.” He said with a smile, already seeing quite a few uses for this little device, “To think a human would offer me such a treasure. But now the real question comes into play. What's the job?”
   The woman smiled.
The Deal
TFA universe, My own spin on a season 4.
Lockdown makes a deal with a Mysterious human, What does she want?
One shot for now, but maybe if i can get the dust off my gears for this one I can build a bit on it.
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