Ikin listens to the coolergolem and then casually extends an offer. "?yas uoy od tahw oS .diov sseldne eht fo ssenkrad lanrete eht ni gniksab elihw llA !elihw a rof gnihton od dna ,xaler ,kcab kcik nac eW !werc ym nioj ?od dluohs uoy tahw wonk uoY .melborp oN ?elbissopmi htiw tem ,heh"
Post by flightlessicarus on Jul 23, 2016 21:35:16 GMT -8
A quite familiar horned figure wearing a flowing space cloak, a black suit, and a white half mask can be seen zooming towards the Kracken. He stops about 30 feet away in a grand flourish, to impress his apparent audience. He takes a good look at those before him. A collection of odd pets, a robot made of water coolers, and... THAT GUY. Chronos remembers specifically killing him! It doesn't seem worth it to end his life again though, he has more important priorities. "▲HEM! ...Hellθ. Wθuld yθu mind telling me where the grδnd bδttle is tδking plδce? Time is θf the essence." He seems to be having difficulty disguising his voice, let alone refraining from yelling everything.
Ikin looks over and blinks at the disturbingly familiar man before him. He has to remind himself that it's just another dead Seth. But why the heck would he want to help them? He decides to point the Seth in the opposite direction. ".ti ssim t'nac uoY .rof gnikool er'uoy ecalp eht dnif ll'uoy dna syawnwod gniog peek tsuJ ?taht ,hO"
Post by flightlessicarus on Jul 23, 2016 23:05:18 GMT -8
The dramatic figure squints at him with his blank eyes. He seems to have figured out what the photonegative loser was talking about. He can tell that he's giving wrong directions though, judging from the shape of the timespace fabric. Clearly the majority of the weight and disturbance is elsewhere. He just showed up for the helpless cephelapod.
Chronos leaps right past Ikin and lands standing on top of the Kracken. It appears to be knocked out, likely has been for hours. Perfect. Chronos sinks into the Kracken and attempts to possess it! It seems to have given up long ago so the takeover is quite easy. A yellow and red eye opens as the Kracken begins to writhe and roar in victory!
Post by flightlessicarus on Jul 25, 2016 21:43:22 GMT -8
While Chronos is absolutely revolted at the fact that he is now a squid (and not a kid), he figures it will be more useful in battle. Besides, he can always ditch this vessel later, preferably while it's in critical condition.
He takes a moment to take inventory. It appears the Kracken is lacking an arm and has suffered though some terrible burns. No matter, it's still functional as a layer of meat armor.
Chronos directs the Kracken towards the direction of the timespace disturbance.
Soon enough, Chronos arrives at an incredibly tacky diesel bus with a rather large sphere strapped to the back. It appears to have some cracks and holes, filled in with light. Whoever designed this rig could do better at making it look badass. Definitely needs more black. It's too bright and flashy looking to strike fear into any enemy. Regardless of the bus's looks though, the dome seems to be the source of the disturbance.
Meanwhile, there is a collapsing planet and a cracked moon nearby. Chronos wonders how that happened for a moment, but then returns his focus to the task at hand. Seeing as his current body is the size of a skyscraper, he used his space powers to shrink small enough to fit through a standard door. He can always go back to huge size later.
Chronos pilots the Kracken through the open door and into the bus to get to the entrance of the dome.
The mottled crew of office supplies, birds and dragons are completely floored by this turn of events with their combined brainpower struggling to comprehend who or what just occurred.
The Guardian Dragon's limited scripted sapience decides that as kek is self professed and unchallenged owner of the orange planetoid, in the event of it's destruction the lizard prince is more or less next in line for guardianship. Or at least that seems a whole lot more interesting to it than guarding a load of rubble. It's draconian form coils around the dream dome, unabble to fit through the door to actually participate.
Water Cooler Golem, now freed from perpetual spinning and basically free to do whatever, decides to save it's holiday leave and directs the avian twins into the doorway after the malicious squidkid. It reasons that this probably counts as time-and-a-half overtime.