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Death of aAsh clogged his intakes as he tried to cycle air into his over heated system. The scorched air only sped up his decent into oblivion. Warning lights and buzzes rang in his ears, foretelling his demise in this burning metropolis. Paint boiled and sloughed off of him, as he crawled through the melted glass and white-hot ruins.Suddenly darkness took over him, the heat too much for the delicate optics of a scientist. He smirked as the warning gradually faded away, a sign many would rejoice at. He knew better, his fatigued systems where taking energy from anywhere they could. Now it was only a matter of time before his exit from this world.He continued crawling. If he was moving farther into the inferno or away from it, he did not know. He kept moving in the darkness, feeling the flames the surrounded him, engulfing him at times. He kept moving. When he could no longer feel the flames, he kept moving. When his audios roared with the fury of the flames, and when it suddenly faded away. He
Watch dogThis is unit 48 are we clear to move?Shiftcycle looked out the broken window onto the burned out city. He turned on his scanner and magnified his vision by 20%. After a quick scan he found the unit. He checked their projected path before responding.It looks to be safe, but do be careful. There are still a few cons in this waste of a land.He watched as the unit got ready to move. Many of them looked relieved. Shiftcycle didnt blame them; hed been in this burned out shell of a city for as long as they had. The ghost town was beginning to get to him; they at least had each other to keep them sane.Thanks Shift, are you sure you dont want to come with us?Shiftcycle smiled as he saw the leader trying to look at him. A kind gesture, but the leader couldnt lock on to Shiftcycles position.I am afraid I can not. I have orders to stay until every unit has safely moved back into the base.He saw the leaders s