Quickchange had left orbit of the planet Galia and soon reached the not to distant moon they had landed on. relying on hie personal imput codes, the Destron deactivated the shield around the planet and slowly entered the planets orbit, only to re-activate them straight after.
After a smooth touch down, Quickchange headed to the cargo bay and made his way out, transforming as soon as he was on foot. Scuttling away he made his way down the sprial slop of the mountain down to where they had found their "Super-Computer"...
Transforming when he arrived, Quickchange entered the personal security code he had installed and began working on trying to link it to the computer on Galia. Within a few kliks he had been able to get the computer to recognize the computer on the neighbouring planet and began to work hard on trying to link them based on the imput he had installed on said computer back on Galia.
Up on the moon, the hidden away super-computer began crashing and having multiple errors as it 's attempts to reach the Galia based computer failed. Numerous error codes and lines of code flashed across the screen, which now flashed red, causing Quickchange to thump the computer console in rage.
+++ COMM+++ Quickchange to Lord Triton! What the slag is going on down there, I can't maintain the link between the two computers! Galia will be totally defenseless! Come in anyone! What is going on down there?!!" +++ COMM+++
Post by Jazzman Crothers on Oct 26, 2011 16:43:29 GMT -5
Inside the Outrider...
"Why do they call it light speed?" Said Apache out loud to anyone who would listen. "I know its the speed of light but it don't feel light. I mean you feel this weird pressure, like its crushing your head. Your optics feel like their go to pop, your fuel pump is about to bust open! I sure any other name would work, like ludicrous speed! Ludicrous speed would work! I mean if we were out there, hanging on to the back of this ship as it pulled us through space at this speed, that be a pretty ludicrous thing to do going this fast, don't ya think?"
"I'm picking up some local systems on the scanners", reported Eko - very matter-of-factly. "Too early for any life-sign readings yet though commander..", continued the bot as he rotated around in his chair to address Killer Punch