Adaption by Blayne S. And Justin V.

The next room was not like the rest, however, as they were no longer alone.

The room was filled with steam, but the sound of something large could be heard moving in the room. Reehath used his sensors to try and see through the steam. At the far end of the room was a pfhor. He could see that much, but it was not like the warriors he had fought earlier. This was much larger.


A single spotlight shot through the steam from the far end of the room, both human and Seefit froze as the spotlight began scanning around the room. It must have been a kitchen at some time, for now the room was but a mess of twisted wreckage, but utensils and platters could be seen scattered about.

Reehath thought quickly, both the Messenger and himself were at a disadvantage in the steamy environment. The pfhor would find them in time, no matter how quiet they were. He called upon his skills at using computers to aid him. All the years doing tasks for others, and he was finally able to use his abilities to help himself and those he cared about. He used the nearest terminal and quickly found a way to turn on the ventilation fans in the room that they were in. The hum of the fans could be heard in the silent room as the steam began to lift.

The Messenger took cover, but Reehath was exposed as he was still near the terminal. The pfhor's identity was finally revealed. It was a hunter, a very powerful type of pfhor, much larger than the pfhor warriors. Hunters were completely covered by incredibly strong armor and had weapons that were even more powerful than Reehath's own was.

The hunter quickly spotted Reehath, across the room at the terminal and a battle scream issued from its armour covered mouth.



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Origional Story by Steve Levinson.
Adaption by Blayne Scott and Justian Vessair
Illustrations by Blayne Scott 2003
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