“THANK YOU, DEAR.” ANNET said in a tone of some gratitude. With her drones in the vacinity of the towers out of her control she had no choice but to send someone who was already out of her control, but that whom, perhaps, was coming to trust her.
Rotor didn’t know much about how these towers worked so when she reached the one closest to the GD building, she just sort of walked around looking for obvious signs of damage. She pried open what looked to be a control panel box and inspected the insides. Nothing looked to be missing or damaged, but a small display screen flashed an error code.
ERROR-21657-NETWORK BROADCAST DRIVE
She pulled a pen out of her jacket and wrote the code on her hand before heading back to the GOOD Directorate.
ANNET waited for Rotorhawk to return, still working on the fix, hoping that she would come with good news; whatever ‘good’ news would be. In this new world that seemed to be something very uncertain. Remote failure or, worst case, sabotage…neither where exactly the definition of ‘good’.
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