The Convergence Series GM
It had been four months since the Melding. The revolution had been going on at full swing in establishing outposts around the new world. This particular base named Base Epsilon was located in up in the mountains in the outskirts of a town called Dollet, in its world a popular tourist attraction and one of the few places that had access to broadcasting technology. Here it’s well, much the same though despite the beautiful scenery it does not have many tourists. Much like any other place. The fear of roaming monsters and the looming threat of robots from the Wily-Eggman coalition swooping down to take anyone that can be considered disturbing the peace that the two scientists have created deters the regular masses from traveling further than where they emerged during the early days of the melding. Some, however, had the fortitude and bravery to travel among the different areas.
Celes Chère was one of those people. Having managed to escape from the original robot attack when the melding first happened, the former Imperial General had lost contact with her allies from her own world but had rather quickly joined up with the rebellion and had stayed with them ever since. She was not a member of a particular rebellion cell and moved among them as they seemed fit. Her current assignment had led her to Dollet and the rebellion cell here hidden in the mountains. The native and non-native civilians had been friendly to her and the barkeep had given her instructions as to how she would find the base. While a lot of the people had been forced to comply with the new rule didn’t mean that they wouldn’t sit idly by and let the Wily-Eggman coalition do as they please.
Soon enough after a trek into the mountains, Celes had found her way to the hidden entrance of the base. A guard let her in after an exchange of a secret code only the rebellion knew about she was lead into a rocky cavern that opened up into a large open area. While Celes was familiar with technology from her own world what she saw her was far more advanced than anything she was familiar with. Everyone was busy working on different things with people wearing lab coats as well as some with more medieval-looking clothing. As she understood it this particular base was mainly filled with researchers and scientists with only a handful of fighters, not to mention the guards, which was why she had been summoned. They hadn’t disclosed anything else for fear that in case she was captured that the enemy would find out what they were working with. The guard led her into another hallway and soon stopped at one of the doors where he knocked hard enough to shake it. Celes could hear an ‘eep’ coming from inside followed by someone shouting. “J-just a minute!”
The guard gave Celes a look that signified ‘yeah, don’t worry about it’. A few seconds later the clearly feminine voice called out again. “Okay, c-come on in!” The door opened and the guard took his leave with a quick salute. If Celes had expected a proper and nice lab area when she entered she’d be in for a surprise. Books and different lab equipment were scattered all over and there were weird colorful posters adorned on the wall with strange letters Celes couldn’t decipher. The one that called her in was probably not either someone that Celes expected. She wore glasses, seemed to be hunched over, wore a lab coat and the fact that she resembled some kind of lizard creature.
The lizard woman was about to say something before she gave Celes a hard look over and blushed slightly. “U-umm…welcome to…Base Epsilon.” She finally managed to sputter out. “I-I-I’m Doctor Alphys. Guess I’m…the head scientist…or something. You must be Celes…you’re really pretty.” The second part was barely audible to Celes. The Imperial General had met a lot of different allies during her stay but this was certainly up there.