Re: Playing: Cat/Sharon
I don't think Panda goes with my aesthetic. [She grinned, and she inclined her head when Sharon said the kids were alive.] Alright. If you want to talk about it? We can. If not? [Cat opened the passenger's side door to the truck. On the seat, there was a file on this tiny assignment. Well, tiny if you considered an underground, locked vault beneath a mansion in the Capital, and a very dangerous prototype explosive that was suspected to be housed inside, tiny. The explosive was the size of a quarter, and intelligence purported it to be capable of destroying the entire seaboard in a matter of seconds.] It isn't a cult, but the security? Is sure to be beautiful.