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Subject 73 Red

No, My Hair Is Not Dyed. Why Does Everyone Ask Tha
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Kay Larr Kay Larr

"But the doctor thinks that he can get more accurate results in person, than from a holocall." Red pointed out.

"Yeah, we were successful, in a sense. I even took a couple of blaster bolts aimed at Loreena." He said.
 

Subject 73 Red

No, My Hair Is Not Dyed. Why Does Everyone Ask Tha
Writer
Kay Larr Kay Larr

Red nodded. Her concern for it being a one way trip was understandable, and an easy fix. "I can fix that. My associates have ships that they often lend to me, that's how I got here. And I can give you the signal for my commlink and the details on how to contact me if anything arrives. I will do my best to assist you." Red told her.
 

Subject 73 Red

No, My Hair Is Not Dyed. Why Does Everyone Ask Tha
Writer
Kay Larr Kay Larr

Red thought about that for a second. "Well, if not, then ask him to call someone. I'm sure the doctor most likely will allow it. And if not, remember, I'm Force sensitive. I'm quite... adapt at using the Force to see someone's real emotions. Also, you said you are Force sensitive, there are a couple of non droid guards in there. You could... convince them to allow you to have a call."
 

Subject 73 Red

No, My Hair Is Not Dyed. Why Does Everyone Ask Tha
Writer
Kay Larr Kay Larr

Red sighed. "Well, at least we've gotten somewhere in this conversation. And you've said that you'll think about coming willingly, that's progress, at least. You've said that you'll think about coming willingly, so I most likely won't have to force you to go. You said you'll go another time? Fine, but I'm staying until you reach your decision, so I can take you back if you decide to go willingly, or to force you to come with me. I have time; I can definitely wait." He said. He had been trained in the labs on how to hunt, and was taught the patience that had to be used in the hunt. And his Jedi training also taught him patience. He could wait, he could definitely do it. Besides, it would be nice to get a vacation. Red rarely ever took one.
 

Kay Larr

Not just a tea merchant...
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Subject 73 Red Subject 73 Red

Kay nodded. "I have rooms available upstairs for you to sleep in." It wasn't as though she'd allow him to sleep in hers. Even if he chose the floor or a chair. She liked to have her privacy.

"Having you with me in town could be beneficial. I'm sure that plenty would think you were my bodyguard, so none would try to bother me in any way." And that was a good thing. Plus, she didn't need to pay him, which was even better.
 

Subject 73 Red

No, My Hair Is Not Dyed. Why Does Everyone Ask Tha
Writer
Kay Larr Kay Larr

Red sighed. "Well, at least I wasn't given a time limit for this mission. I might give myself one, though. So, currently your time until your decision is indefinite, but that may change." He explained to her.
 

Kay Larr

Not just a tea merchant...
Writer
Subject 73 Red Subject 73 Red

"The countdown begins? It shouldn't be your decision. It should be mine." She hated the idea of being locked up. One of her enemies built a fake asylum to stick her into. And she was made to believe that her whole life was a hallucination. That was difficult to escape from.

"I don't do well in confinement. I've been a prisoner of war; a hostage; tortured twice beyond death by my captors. I DESERVE...to be left alone. I earned it."
 

Subject 73 Red

No, My Hair Is Not Dyed. Why Does Everyone Ask Tha
Writer
Kay Larr Kay Larr

Red sighed. "And I'm giving you a decision now. I am giving you time to think, but ultimately it will be your decision. I... understand your predicament. When I was created... You would call it being born. I was born in a lab. During my creation, scientists had altered my genetic code to be a perfected combat machine. Of course, we were experiments, and we were all prototypes, but we were successful. We became some of the greatest soldiers ever. But for most of my life, I was trapped in a lab, rarely ever let out, except for training missions, the rare assignment, or some sort of survival mission. I was trapped there until a couple of years back. I had always wanted to go out, as we were trapped in the labs for our whole lives." He told her. He rarely told anyone this., but here he was, telling her this.
 

Subject 73 Red

No, My Hair Is Not Dyed. Why Does Everyone Ask Tha
Writer
Kay Larr Kay Larr

Red looked at her. She really wanted to know, huh? "The labs... were attacked. Pirates. Raiders. Criminals. Me and the other experiments defended the labs, There were so many of them. The security systems and security droids were overrun. It was mainly just us experiments, but with some help from security droids and automated guns. We managed to repel the attack. But we lost so many. Many experiments died, and many scientists died. The labs had suffered a lot of damage. But we killed most of the pirates. A couple of them retreated, but they left behind many ships. Some of the scientists even had private ships they had, but many of the ones that did had died, so they weren't able to use them. Some of us left, to go and find a new life. But many of us stayed, to rebuild the planet, and to create a new civilization. I was one of the ones that left. I've heard of good things that are happening on the planet. Things seem to be pretty successful there. They're building up pretty quickly." Red said.
 

Subject 73 Red

No, My Hair Is Not Dyed. Why Does Everyone Ask Tha
Writer
Kay Larr Kay Larr

Red nodded when she said she was glad he survived. "Thank you. A lot of experiments did survive. But many didn't. They were just unlucky." He told her.

Then, she asked if he ever thought about returning. He had thought about it. He had thought about returning long and hard. It was a tough decision. Red was silent for a bit, thinking up of his response. This was a touchy subject for him, especially since he had seen all of those experiments die.
"Yes... I have thought about it. Maybe one day I'll go back. But not any time soon. Not yet. I'm not ready. I don;t think that I can bring myself to return to the place where it happened, where all of my brothers and sisters died, where I left them, when they needed me most. I need to get better, then I can face my demons." He told her.


"Besides, I can't just leave you. Doctor Benson wants me to bring you back alive, so i need to stay here, and make sure you stay safe and unharmed. I need to basically serve as your bodyguard."
 
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