Off For a Star [Crop Co/INVITE] Oct 29, 2018 19:33:37 GMT -6
Post by Lunatus on Oct 29, 2018 19:33:37 GMT -6
"Come on boy, let me go," Lunatus said to the plexroid that was currently holding him by the scuff of his shirt. The avian merely gave several clicks and beeps in response to his request, gibberish, even to his mechanical ears. APUS shook his head, swinging the android the android from side to side. While he did care for him, it was still difficult to manage his behavior. However, Carro did say this was normal, especially for new pilots. All he could do now was stick with the plexroid and try to work with him. Hopefully, things would change. "We'll be together on our trip to Namek, I just need to let them know I'll be taking a vacation off to Namek. The sooner you let me go, the more time we can spend together."
Lunatus' PL: 20
APUS' PL: 5,000
APUS' PL: 5,000
His words immediately worked like a charm. Without hesitation, APUS' giant beak opened and Lunatus fell face first into the ground. Thankfully, he didn't have any pain sensors. After pushing himself back up, the giant woodpecker would begin to rub his head against his. "I'll be right back. Just give it some time." He urged the plexroid who would finally let him go, although he appeared to continue to stare at him with adoration. Shaking his head, Lunatus would walk inside the main headquarters of Crop Co, before heading to his typical cubical where he left a note. Thankfully he had managed to turn in the paperwork needed for taking a vacation, although Lunatus still couldn't help but feel guilty as he was abandoning his work.
Sighing, he would stare out the window and into the sky above. He was there on another planet called Namek. He had never heard of it or ever been there, but through a little digging, he had managed to find the coordinates for it in space. After spending an entire night programming it into APUS, he had managed to transform his plexroid into a spaceship. "I'll be here soon," he said without breaking eye contact to the sky. Of course, he couldn't have possibly heard him. But he somewhat hoped at least he would be able to send the message to him that he was coming.
After tiding up his cubicle, he would begin to make his way back downstairs and towards APUS, getting ready to leave. "Please, wait for me. I'll be there soon." He muttered. "I'm going to bring you back home, Choco."