The Matrix: Birth of a Prophesy

What happens after Revolutions? Is there another Matrix, is there everlasting peace? What were the alternative storylines? What were other characters' stories? Deus Ex, City 01, Apoc, Switch, Merv... Let your imagination go wild in here, maybe even write the Matrix 4 script!...
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The Odessus made its way into the dock and sat down next to the Juggernaut. Most of the crew that poured out of the ship stood aghast at the carnage all around, but Lucas, along with a few others, headed straight for their sister ship. Once up the boarding ramp, Lucas ran into Michael, among others, who were currently in the process of arming themselves with laser cannons. “Where’s Leena?” he asked, staring at Michael but posing the question to anyone willing to offer him up an answer.

“She took off,” Michael said to him. Lucas required no further explanation after that. It was obvious where she was headed.

Leena leaned over the railing and looked down into the city that was filled with screaming voices. Her gut wrenched at the sight of the swarming sentinels that clogged the cavernous hole that the last free human civilization called home. Seeing laser cannons going off everywhere, Leena hurried down the platform to assist where she could.

“Come on!” Buxton screamed to the rabble of disoriented and panicked women and children he was helping to escort. “We have to get to the dock!” He let out a burst of white lighting from his cannon when one of the thousands of sentinels came a little too close to the crowd. His was one of three cannons that escorted the crowd. Their numbers had started out at seven and dwindled from there. When the crowd came across Leena Storm Buxton immediately sought to include her in their escape attempt. “Leena, come on! We’re getting out of here!”

Just then a sentinel picked off another cannoneer and sent the crowd into a frenzy. One panicked individual knocked Buxton to the ground as they made a run for it. Crawling for his dropped cannon, the sound of metal hitting metal distracted him and Buxton turned to see that a sentinel had landed on the platform behind him. It started after him and then suddenly stopped, as if it had collided with some invisible force field. It twitched violently then dropped to the floor. Buxton looked up and saw Leena standing over him. He clamored to his feet quickly and took up his weapon again just in time to see a pack of seven sentinels barreling in their direction from the opposite wall of the city. Leveling off his cannon, awaiting their approach, he was shocked to see that the only thing Leena raised was her hand.

She could see them. She could feel them. And their presence here in this city sickened her to no end. She wanted to destroy them all. Crumple their metallic bodies up in her clenched fists and discard them with all the regret of tossing a soda can in the garbage. Buxton never got a chance to fire his cannon. Before the sentinels could reach the platform they were standing on they froze in mid air, did the same dance that Buxton had witnessed the previous sentinel demonstrate, and dropped down into the abyss of screams. “Christ, woman. What are you?” Buxton said, gawking at her in utter amazement.

“Get them out of here,” Leena ordered, referring to the members of the crowd he was attempting to escort that still remained huddled together. She never let her eyes leave the twisting coils of sentinels that filled the air beneath them. She downed another pack before thoughts of heading down deeper into the city overwhelmed her. Leena didn’t make it very far before she became aware that there would be no need to take the fight to them. Below her she could see a sentinel halt its activities and turn in her direction. It opened up an antennae, closed it, and started in her direction. She awaited it gladly, along with many other sentinels that joined it in its pursuit.

Michael, Ratcliff, and Lucas stormed into the city past screaming citizen headed in the opposite direction, cannons blazing, trying hard not to be distracted by the hopelessness and uselessness of such an undertaking. The city was lost. Now the only problem was convincing Leena of the fact. Lucas pulled hard on her arm, looking over the edge of the railing at the snake of sentinels streaming up towards them, but Leena wouldn’t budge. “We have to get out of here! There’s nothing you can do!”

“We can fight them! We have to try!”

“Leena, it’s over! If we don’t leave now we’re dead! Now come on!” He pulled again and she remained rigid. The snake of sentinels shot up cavern past them and Lucas took his eyes off of Leena, the sentinels stealing his attention. When the snake curved over and headed back down towards them Leena jutted out her left hand. The snake hit a transparent wall and sentinels began dropping from the sky. Stunned beyond belief, Lucas didn’t know how to react. Soon the sound of laser cannons that filled in some of the background noise behind him ceased to exist and Michael and some of the others joined him in his astonishment. For a second there Lucas almost assumed that she might be right, but as the volume of sentinels increased and he turned an eye to Leena his initial instinct regained control of him again.

The strain on Leena’s person was unmistakable. The toll this fight was taking on her began to manifest itself in the form of the trickle of blood that began to emerge from each nostril on her face. Veins bulged everywhere and Lucas knew that he had to get her out of there before she killed herself. Wrapping his arm around her waist, he had to literally drag her with him as he retreated back towards the dock with the others. They dragged a trail of sentinels behind him as they moved, Leena still locked in a deadly battle of life and day with the creatures. They seemed to want to put an end to her just as bad as she’d sought their termination. The tunnel leading into the dock was becoming a tight fit for the fighting sentinels who found themselves having to crawl over the mounting corpses of the brethren as they strove to get to Leena. Soon the bottle neck shut tight and none could make it through.

Lucas could feel Leena’s body go limp in his arm. He turned and saw the sadness in her face as she wiped the blood away from her upper lip. Lucas took her into his arms in an embrace that was filled with as much comfort as it was fear. Looking at the clog of sentinels in the tunnel at her back, he could barely make out the sound of the cutting lasers peeling their way through the sentinel road block. He broke away from her and took her by the hand. “Come on. We have to hurry. That won’t hold them for long.” The couple ran the rest of the way.

Leena moved through the now extremely crowded hollows of the Juggernaut on her way to the cockpit. She had her arms hugged around her and tried not to look at the many worried faces that were jammed into every crevasse throughout the hovercraft. Young Kevin was among the faces that she past. Feeling that much more comforted, Leena continued on toward the cockpit. It was the only place with veritably any seclusion outside of her own domicile and that was no place that she needed to be right now with so much danger still afoot. Cpl. Vicks gave the igniter one last pump and to everyone’s delight brought the Juggernaut back to life. Leena could hear a few faint cheers emanating from the corridors behind her. They left the dock and the city of Zion behind them as they streaked through the tunnels on the Odessus’s tail.

Leena leaned back against the hull of the Juggernaut near the rear of the ship listening to the ensuing arguing that filled the section of tunneling they were in. The crowd that moved around outside of the ship had to constantly be reminded to lower their volume. Any number of sentinels could have been patrolling the area.

“I still haven’t heard any rational decisions about what we’re suppose to do now,” one of the citizens exclaimed.

“Just what I said,” Cpt Mills jumped in. “Between the two ships there should be enough food to sustain us for quite some time. Both ships are charged so there’s very little chance that we’ll get stranded out here before the machines clear out of Zion.”

“Say we do get back,” another quivering voice said. “What then?”

“We fight,” Buxton explained. He collected a lot of weary eyes. “What other choice do we have?” There were murmurs and mutterings all about.

“He’s right,” Cpt. Peller of the Odessus said.

“And how are we suppose to do that? Everything’s lost.”

“I’m not sure,” Buxton continued. “But I just saw one unarmed woman stand her ground against everything the machines threw at her and come back for more. And I believe that we’re only alive because of it. I don’t know about the rest of you, but I say we fight to keep it that way. Damn sure beats the alternative.”

Leena perked at Buxton’s mention of her and looked over the faces and people who had just suffered the greatest loss their world might ever know and saw many an affirmative nod at Buxton’s suggestion. Leena had asked the Oracle if there was a way of stopping the machine army and she’d responded by asking her to instead find a way of saving her people. Looking at this scene in front of her, Leena thought that she may have inadvertently done just that. By supplying them with the one thing they would need most of all during this time of struggle…Hope.

Leena walked along the sidewalk staring at the human beings that populated the street. Humans that had yet to be unplugged from the matrix. Zion would rise again and during that time she would be determined to do her part in aiding in its repopulation. In her lifetime she would sire five children with Lucas and free countless souls from the machine’s power plant. Upon her passing the Oracle would prophesize her return, deeming it would be an event that would hail the ultimate destruction of the matrix. Decades passed. Prophesy soon faded into legend; legend into myth; myth into fable, until ultimately the name Leena Storm was little more than an utterance heard in songs sung by passing children. Eventually her name fell from the lips of Zionites altogether as the population of the civilization swelled exponentially. The true facts of her existence were soon lost to time, but the ramifications of it lived on.

And one day, centuries beyond her time, someone would be born inside the matrix. Someone endowed with all of her strengths and abilities. Someone who might finally be able to bring this war to an end.

Leena stopped walking, crouched down, and with a hard push sent her body soaring through the sky above.

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The Odessus made its way into the dock and sat down next to the Juggernaut. Most of the crew that poured out of the ship stood aghast at the carnage all around, but Lucas, along with a few others, headed straight for their sister ship. Once up the boarding ramp, Lucas ran into Michael, among others, who were currently in the process of arming themselves with laser cannons. “Where’s Leena?” he asked, staring at Michael but posing the question to anyone willing to offer him up an answer.

“She took off,” Michael said to him. Lucas required no further explanation after that. It was obvious where she was headed.

Leena leaned over the railing and looked down into the city that was filled with screaming voices. Her gut wrenched at the sight of the swarming sentinels that clogged the cavernous hole that the last free human civilization called home. Seeing laser cannons going off everywhere, Leena hurried down the platform to assist where she could.

“Come on!” Buxton screamed to the rabble of disoriented and panicked women and children he was helping to escort. “We have to get to the dock!” He let out a burst of white lighting from his cannon when one of the thousands of sentinels came a little too close to the crowd. His was one of three cannons that escorted the crowd. Their numbers had started out at seven and dwindled from there. When the crowd came across Leena Storm Buxton immediately sought to include her in their escape attempt. “Leena, come on! We’re getting out of here!”

Just then a sentinel picked off another cannoneer and sent the crowd into a frenzy. One panicked individual knocked Buxton to the ground as they made a run for it. Crawling for his dropped cannon, the sound of metal hitting metal distracted him and Buxton turned to see that a sentinel had landed on the platform behind him. It started after him and then suddenly stopped, as if it had collided with some invisible force field. It twitched violently then dropped to the floor. Buxton looked up and saw Leena standing over him. He clamored to his feet quickly and took up his weapon again just in time to see a pack of seven sentinels barreling in their direction from the opposite wall of the city. Leveling off his cannon, awaiting their approach, he was shocked to see that the only thing Leena raised was her hand.

She could see them. She could feel them. And their presence here in this city sickened her to no end. She wanted to destroy them all. Crumple their metallic bodies up in her clenched fists and discard them with all the regret of tossing a soda can in the garbage. Buxton never got a chance to fire his cannon. Before the sentinels could reach the platform they were standing on they froze in mid air, did the same dance that Buxton had witnessed the previous sentinel demonstrate, and dropped down into the abyss of screams. “Christ, woman. What are you?” Buxton said, gawking at her in utter amazement.

“Get them out of here,” Leena ordered, referring to the members of the crowd he was attempting to escort that still remained huddled together. She never let her eyes leave the twisting coils of sentinels that filled the air beneath them. She downed another pack before thoughts of heading down deeper into the city overwhelmed her. Leena didn’t make it very far before she became aware that there would be no need to take the fight to them. Below her she could see a sentinel halt its activities and turn in her direction. It opened up an antennae, closed it, and started in her direction. She awaited it gladly, along with many other sentinels that joined it in its pursuit.

Michael, Ratcliff, and Lucas stormed into the city past screaming citizen headed in the opposite direction, cannons blazing, trying hard not to be distracted by the hopelessness and uselessness of such an undertaking. The city was lost. Now the only problem was convincing Leena of the fact. Lucas pulled hard on her arm, looking over the edge of the railing at the snake of sentinels streaming up towards them, but Leena wouldn’t budge. “We have to get out of here! There’s nothing you can do!”

“We can fight them! We have to try!”

“Leena, it’s over! If we don’t leave now we’re dead! Now come on!” He pulled again and she remained rigid. The snake of sentinels shot up cavern past them and Lucas took his eyes off of Leena, the sentinels stealing his attention. When the snake curved over and headed back down towards them Leena jutted out her left hand. The snake hit a transparent wall and sentinels began dropping from the sky. Stunned beyond belief, Lucas didn’t know how to react. Soon the sound of laser cannons that filled in some of the background noise behind him ceased to exist and Michael and some of the others joined him in his astonishment. For a second there Lucas almost assumed that she might be right, but as the volume of sentinels increased and he turned an eye to Leena his initial instinct regained control of him again.

The strain on Leena’s person was unmistakable. The toll this fight was taking on her began to manifest itself in the form of the trickle of blood that began to emerge from each nostril on her face. Veins bulged everywhere and Lucas knew that he had to get her out of there before she killed herself. Wrapping his arm around her waist, he had to literally drag her with him as he retreated back towards the dock with the others. They dragged a trail of sentinels behind him as they moved, Leena still locked in a deadly battle of life and day with the creatures. They seemed to want to put an end to her just as bad as she’d sought their termination. The tunnel leading into the dock was becoming a tight fit for the fighting sentinels who found themselves having to crawl over the mounting corpses of the brethren as they strove to get to Leena. Soon the bottle neck shut tight and none could make it through.

Lucas could feel Leena’s body go limp in his arm. He turned and saw the sadness in her face as she wiped the blood away from her upper lip. Lucas took her into his arms in an embrace that was filled with as much comfort as it was fear. Looking at the clog of sentinels in the tunnel at her back, he could barely make out the sound of the cutting lasers peeling their way through the sentinel road block. He broke away from her and took her by the hand. “Come on. We have to hurry. That won’t hold them for long.” The couple ran the rest of the way.

Leena moved through the now extremely crowded hollows of the Juggernaut on her way to the cockpit. She had her arms hugged around her and tried not to look at the many worried faces that were jammed into every crevasse throughout the hovercraft. Young Kevin was among the faces that she past. Feeling that much more comforted, Leena continued on toward the cockpit. It was the only place with veritably any seclusion outside of her own domicile and that was no place that she needed to be right now with so much danger still afoot. Cpl. Vicks gave the igniter one last pump and to everyone’s delight brought the Juggernaut back to life. Leena could hear a few faint cheers emanating from the corridors behind her. They left the dock and the city of Zion behind them as they streaked through the tunnels on the Odessus’s tail.

Leena leaned back against the hull of the Juggernaut near the rear of the ship listening to the ensuing arguing that filled the section of tunneling they were in. The crowd that moved around outside of the ship had to constantly be reminded to lower their volume. Any number of sentinels could have been patrolling the area.

“I still haven’t heard any rational decisions about what we’re suppose to do now,” one of the citizens exclaimed.

“Just what I said,” Cpt Mills jumped in. “Between the two ships there should be enough food to sustain us for quite some time. Both ships are charged so there’s very little chance that we’ll get stranded out here before the machines clear out of Zion.”

“Say we do get back,” another quivering voice said. “What then?”

“We fight,” Buxton explained. He collected a lot of weary eyes. “What other choice do we have?” There were murmurs and mutterings all about.

“He’s right,” Cpt. Peller of the Odessus said.

“And how are we suppose to do that? Everything’s lost.”

“I’m not sure,” Buxton continued. “But I just saw one unarmed woman stand her ground against everything the machines threw at her and come back for more. And I believe that we’re only alive because of it. I don’t know about the rest of you, but I say we fight to keep it that way. Damn sure beats the alternative.”

Leena perked at Buxton’s mention of her and looked over the faces and people who had just suffered the greatest loss their world might ever know and saw many an affirmative nod at Buxton’s suggestion. Leena had asked the Oracle if there was a way of stopping the machine army and she’d responded by asking her to instead find a way of saving her people. Looking at this scene in front of her, Leena thought that she may have inadvertently done just that. By supplying them with the one thing they would need most of all during this time of struggle…Hope.

Leena walked along the sidewalk staring at the human beings that populated the street. Humans that had yet to be unplugged from the matrix. Zion would rise again and during that time she would be determined to do her part in aiding in its repopulation. In her lifetime she would sire five children with Lucas and free countless souls from the machine’s power plant. Upon her passing the Oracle would prophesize her return, deeming it would be an event that would hail the ultimate destruction of the matrix. Decades passed. Prophesy soon faded into legend; legend into myth; myth into fable, until ultimately the name Leena Storm was little more than an utterance heard in songs sung by passing children. Eventually her name fell from the lips of Zionites altogether as the population of the civilization swelled exponentially. The true facts of her existence were soon lost to time, but the ramifications of it lived on.

And one day, centuries beyond her time, someone would be born inside the matrix. Someone endowed with all of her strengths and abilities. Someone who might finally be able to bring this war to an end.

Leena stopped walking, crouched down, and with a hard push sent her body soaring through the sky above.

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The Odessus made its way into the dock and sat down next to the Juggernaut. Most of the crew that poured out of the ship stood aghast at the carnage all around, but Lucas, along with a few others, headed straight for their sister ship. Once up the boarding ramp, Lucas ran into Michael, among others, who were currently in the process of arming themselves with laser cannons. “Where’s Leena?” he asked, staring at Michael but posing the question to anyone willing to offer him up an answer.

“She took off,” Michael said to him. Lucas required no further explanation after that. It was obvious where she was headed.

Leena leaned over the railing and looked down into the city that was filled with screaming voices. Her gut wrenched at the sight of the swarming sentinels that clogged the cavernous hole that the last free human civilization called home. Seeing laser cannons going off everywhere, Leena hurried down the platform to assist where she could.

“Come on!” Buxton screamed to the rabble of disoriented and panicked women and children he was helping to escort. “We have to get to the dock!” He let out a burst of white lighting from his cannon when one of the thousands of sentinels came a little too close to the crowd. His was one of three cannons that escorted the crowd. Their numbers had started out at seven and dwindled from there. When the crowd came across Leena Storm Buxton immediately sought to include her in their escape attempt. “Leena, come on! We’re getting out of here!”

Just then a sentinel picked off another cannoneer and sent the crowd into a frenzy. One panicked individual knocked Buxton to the ground as they made a run for it. Crawling for his dropped cannon, the sound of metal hitting metal distracted him and Buxton turned to see that a sentinel had landed on the platform behind him. It started after him and then suddenly stopped, as if it had collided with some invisible force field. It twitched violently then dropped to the floor. Buxton looked up and saw Leena standing over him. He clamored to his feet quickly and took up his weapon again just in time to see a pack of seven sentinels barreling in their direction from the opposite wall of the city. Leveling off his cannon, awaiting their approach, he was shocked to see that the only thing Leena raised was her hand.

She could see them. She could feel them. And their presence here in this city sickened her to no end. She wanted to destroy them all. Crumple their metallic bodies up in her clenched fists and discard them with all the regret of tossing a soda can in the garbage. Buxton never got a chance to fire his cannon. Before the sentinels could reach the platform they were standing on they froze in mid air, did the same dance that Buxton had witnessed the previous sentinel demonstrate, and dropped down into the abyss of screams. “Christ, woman. What are you?” Buxton said, gawking at her in utter amazement.

“Get them out of here,” Leena ordered, referring to the members of the crowd he was attempting to escort that still remained huddled together. She never let her eyes leave the twisting coils of sentinels that filled the air beneath them. She downed another pack before thoughts of heading down deeper into the city overwhelmed her. Leena didn’t make it very far before she became aware that there would be no need to take the fight to them. Below her she could see a sentinel halt its activities and turn in her direction. It opened up an antennae, closed it, and started in her direction. She awaited it gladly, along with many other sentinels that joined it in its pursuit.

Michael, Ratcliff, and Lucas stormed into the city past screaming citizen headed in the opposite direction, cannons blazing, trying hard not to be distracted by the hopelessness and uselessness of such an undertaking. The city was lost. Now the only problem was convincing Leena of the fact. Lucas pulled hard on her arm, looking over the edge of the railing at the snake of sentinels streaming up towards them, but Leena wouldn’t budge. “We have to get out of here! There’s nothing you can do!”

“We can fight them! We have to try!”

“Leena, it’s over! If we don’t leave now we’re dead! Now come on!” He pulled again and she remained rigid. The snake of sentinels shot up cavern past them and Lucas took his eyes off of Leena, the sentinels stealing his attention. When the snake curved over and headed back down towards them Leena jutted out her left hand. The snake hit a transparent wall and sentinels began dropping from the sky. Stunned beyond belief, Lucas didn’t know how to react. Soon the sound of laser cannons that filled in some of the background noise behind him ceased to exist and Michael and some of the others joined him in his astonishment. For a second there Lucas almost assumed that she might be right, but as the volume of sentinels increased and he turned an eye to Leena his initial instinct regained control of him again.

The strain on Leena’s person was unmistakable. The toll this fight was taking on her began to manifest itself in the form of the trickle of blood that began to emerge from each nostril on her face. Veins bulged everywhere and Lucas knew that he had to get her out of there before she killed herself. Wrapping his arm around her waist, he had to literally drag her with him as he retreated back towards the dock with the others. They dragged a trail of sentinels behind him as they moved, Leena still locked in a deadly battle of life and day with the creatures. They seemed to want to put an end to her just as bad as she’d sought their termination. The tunnel leading into the dock was becoming a tight fit for the fighting sentinels who found themselves having to crawl over the mounting corpses of the brethren as they strove to get to Leena. Soon the bottle neck shut tight and none could make it through.

Lucas could feel Leena’s body go limp in his arm. He turned and saw the sadness in her face as she wiped the blood away from her upper lip. Lucas took her into his arms in an embrace that was filled with as much comfort as it was fear. Looking at the clog of sentinels in the tunnel at her back, he could barely make out the sound of the cutting lasers peeling their way through the sentinel road block. He broke away from her and took her by the hand. “Come on. We have to hurry. That won’t hold them for long.” The couple ran the rest of the way.

Leena moved through the now extremely crowded hollows of the Juggernaut on her way to the cockpit. She had her arms hugged around her and tried not to look at the many worried faces that were jammed into every crevasse throughout the hovercraft. Young Kevin was among the faces that she past. Feeling that much more comforted, Leena continued on toward the cockpit. It was the only place with veritably any seclusion outside of her own domicile and that was no place that she needed to be right now with so much danger still afoot. Cpl. Vicks gave the igniter one last pump and to everyone’s delight brought the Juggernaut back to life. Leena could hear a few faint cheers emanating from the corridors behind her. They left the dock and the city of Zion behind them as they streaked through the tunnels on the Odessus’s tail.

Leena leaned back against the hull of the Juggernaut near the rear of the ship listening to the ensuing arguing that filled the section of tunneling they were in. The crowd that moved around outside of the ship had to constantly be reminded to lower their volume. Any number of sentinels could have been patrolling the area.

“I still haven’t heard any rational decisions about what we’re suppose to do now,” one of the citizens exclaimed.

“Just what I said,” Cpt Mills jumped in. “Between the two ships there should be enough food to sustain us for quite some time. Both ships are charged so there’s very little chance that we’ll get stranded out here before the machines clear out of Zion.”

“Say we do get back,” another quivering voice said. “What then?”

“We fight,” Buxton explained. He collected a lot of weary eyes. “What other choice do we have?” There were murmurs and mutterings all about.

“He’s right,” Cpt. Peller of the Odessus said.

“And how are we suppose to do that? Everything’s lost.”

“I’m not sure,” Buxton continued. “But I just saw one unarmed woman stand her ground against everything the machines threw at her and come back for more. And I believe that we’re only alive because of it. I don’t know about the rest of you, but I say we fight to keep it that way. Damn sure beats the alternative.”

Leena perked at Buxton’s mention of her and looked over the faces and people who had just suffered the greatest loss their world might ever know and saw many an affirmative nod at Buxton’s suggestion. Leena had asked the Oracle if there was a way of stopping the machine army and she’d responded by asking her to instead find a way of saving her people. Looking at this scene in front of her, Leena thought that she may have inadvertently done just that. By supplying them with the one thing they would need most of all during this time of struggle…Hope.

Leena walked along the sidewalk staring at the human beings that populated the street. Humans that had yet to be unplugged from the matrix. Zion would rise again and during that time she would be determined to do her part in aiding in its repopulation. In her lifetime she would sire five children with Lucas and free countless souls from the machine’s power plant. Upon her passing the Oracle would prophesize her return, deeming it would be an event that would hail the ultimate destruction of the matrix. Decades passed. Prophesy soon faded into legend; legend into myth; myth into fable, until ultimately the name Leena Storm was little more than an utterance heard in songs sung by passing children. Eventually her name fell from the lips of Zionites altogether as the population of the civilization swelled exponentially. The true facts of her existence were soon lost to time, but the ramifications of it lived on.

And one day, centuries beyond her time, someone would be born inside the matrix. Someone endowed with all of her strengths and abilities. Someone who might finally be able to bring this war to an end.

Leena stopped walking, crouched down, and with a hard push sent her body soaring through the sky above.

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I must say.. I really really enjoyed reading this, Syntax.
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=D> *takes a bow* Really, it was my pleasure.
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It's an excellent piece of work.. so when's the movie?
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I'm afraid you'd have to talk to the boys at the WB about that one.
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Making the call now 8)
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