Omicron Squad episode 59: To Munich

“Good morning,” Ines said. 

“Morning,” Sirvanna muttered. “You actually stayed.” 

“I said I would,” Ines said. “You want to get breakfast?” 

“No,” Sirvanna said. “I’d rather just lie here and hold you. If that’s okay.” 

“It sounds good to me,” Ines said. 

*****

“Hey everyone!” Yuni said. “Did you have a good Valentine’s?” 

“Oh yes,” Katelyn said. “My many admirers gave me loads of cool stuff.” 

“That’s great,” Yuni said “Anyone I know?” 

Katelyn face-palmed. 

*****

“We really should get up,” Sirvanna muttered. 

“It’s fine,” Ines said. “As far as I know we aren’t on duty today. We can spend the rest of the afternoon here.” 

“Do you really mean that?” Sirvanna asked. “You aren’t saying that just for my sake?” 

“No,” Ines said. “I’m enjoying this time too. I didn’t think I would given how much trouble I usually have staying still.” 

Sirvanna, Ines report to the briefing room.

“It was fun while it lasted,” Sirvanna said. 

*****

Sirvanna and Ines arrived first. Alexa followed shortly after. Pretty soon Alena, Yuni and Katelyn wandered in. 

Good, you’re all here. 

“Isn’t that shirt a little small for you?” Katelyn asked. 

Ines shrugged. 

Quiet… please. I have a mission for you all. You are aware of the Munich experiments?

“We’ve heard of them ,” Sirvanna said. “Why?”

The facility that Michael was in is still active. I sent Wraith to study the layout. Your mission is to sneak behind enemy lines and destroy it before it can cause more trouble. 

“Where shall we go to pick up our jet?” Sirvanna asked. 

You’ll report to Grease Monkey’s lab. She’ll get you in. You’ll have to find your own way out.

“Understood,” Sirvanna said.

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