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Kamen Rider Zero - Prologue

Kamen Rider Zero - Chapter 1
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Keywords monster 11666, action 2205, superhero 1652, crime 184, tokusatsu 91, kamen rider 39
Kamen Rider Zero

Prologue


A loud siren echoed throughout the city, causing the many citizens around the area to quickly flee into nearby buildings, doing this as easily as though the action had been practiced for years. Once everyone was inside, the buildings were locked up, and the windows were shut. The only sound that was heard was the wailing siren coming from the city’s speakers. For a moment, it almost seemed that the city was a ghost town. Nothing moved, nothing shifted, and not a living creature was in sight.

But then, in the distance, something moved.

A young, properly dressed female lab-morph sits at the front desk, her paws clasped neatly in front of her as the camera focuses on her. After she is given the go, she begins her report.

“Good afternoon everyone,” she begins, “I am Brenda Illwood, and today we will be taking a look into what was and what is Jinsoku City.” The camera cuts to stock footage of a modern city, with some of its buildings either greatly damaged, or completely leveled. There is heavy evidence of a war that has possibly occurred here. The other buildings however appear in good shape, and show little to no signs of damage. “Much has happened since that day. That fateful day that has gone down in infamy as…Day Zero…”

The thing moved closer to the buildings, and was now clearer to see, if there were any eyes to gaze upon it anyways. What would be seen, though, would be a bizarre sight to behold. It looked like a person, but at the same time not. It stood on two feet, had two arms, and had a head. That was where the similarities ended. It wore no clothes, and it had no face. Its skin was a pale shade of blue aside from one of its legs and arms, both of which were a disgusting fleshy red and appearing as though the skin was ripped off to reveal all of the fibers and muscles underneath. Nails and metal bars stuck out of its torso as though they had been hammered into it. Its left hand was replaced with what appeared to be a wrecking ball, and its head was covered in some sort of hard metal. One hole was left for one of its eyes, and a slit at the bottom allowed for its mouth to open, revealing its under-jawed teeth. It was big, it was muscular, and looked like everything that wasn’t friendly.

“On that day, a group of Dopant terrorists attacked our city, and much destruction took place.” The camera clipped to footage of that day. Many buildings were on fire, and strange looking creatures ran about the streets, destroying anything and everything in their path. “Much destruction took place, and many lives were lost. Our citizens were rendered helpless from this attack. Officers fought valiantly against the oppressors, but ultimately could not prevail.” The footage clipped to officers trying to fight back, but having little to no success. “We thought we were done for; we thought it was all over. We needed help desperately, but we didn’t know from whom. Just when we began to lose hope, it came.”

“DOPANT CONFIRMED. MEMORY IDENTIFIED AS: VIOLENCE,” someone spoke through the intercom of a helicopter flying overhead. Boarded inside of it was a team of five or six troops, each of their eyes glued to the screen nearby them which displayed the Dopant from bird’s eye view. The monster swung its wrecking ball arm around, smashing it into the concrete ground and walls, leaving large crevices and cracks in its wake.

Compartments nearby each of the troops opened up, revealing to them two strange devices. One of which was oddly shaped and unidentifiable, the only thing it vaguely resembled being a belt buckle of some kind. It was primarily red, with hints of silver along the ends and the sides; with the red portion shaped almost like an ‘L.’ It was attached to a black base, which had many different wires and crevices poking out, and a slot at the top portion of the ‘L.’ Looking at it again, it could almost be mistaken for a bizarre looking bomb. The other object at least resembled something. While being too big, it did resemble a computer USB. At the front were three things; a button near the bottom, and the word “Blank” printed along the side. At the center was a large “B,” but that was all there was to it. The troops snatched up the ‘L’ shaped device and slapped it onto their midsections, causing a silver belt to snake out from it and anchor the device to their waists.

“PERFORM A MEMORY CHECK,” the same voice commanded over the intercom. The troops complied, picking the USB devices out of the compartments and clicking the button at the front.

>>< READY ><<

“MEMORIES CONFIRMED FOR GO. INITIATE TRANSFORMATION.” Once again, the troops complied, slotting the Memories into the appropriate slot of their new belts and causing a light to escape the bottom portion of the belt. It pulsed gently as a charging sound escaped the Memory. Keeping their hands on the belt, they clicked the top of the ‘L’ to a slanted position, prompting a confirming sound from the Memory.

>>< ON ><<

Their bodies glowed briefly, before fading away to reveal that their bodies had completely changed. They were now covered from head to toe in black tactical gear. Their heads were covered in helmets with a circular visor allowing vision. Their arms and legs were protected with shin guards and arm guards. And around their chests they wore tactical vests strapped with various gear.

Another compartment opened up, revealing a set of strange looking magnums, their color matching that of their new suits. They grabbed them up before strapping them to their belts.

“READY TO INTERCEPT DOPANT, DESCENDING NOW.” The copter slowly began to near the ground, and the doors at the back opened up.

“Go! Go! Go!” the troop in front exclaimed as he jumped out of the aircraft, landing from a height that would have otherwise horribly injured him if not for this new form. The other troops quickly followed, dropping near their leader. The Dopant turned to look, letting out a savage cry as it saw them.

“That day, a group of rogue warriors dubbed ‘The Anti-Dopants,’ using technology that used the powers of Gaia Memories against Dopants, came forth out of their hiding spots to intercept them, and finally push them back.” The footage clipped to images of black armored troopers taking formation and barraging the monsters with bullets from their specialized guns. “The terrorists were defeated, and were finally taken into custody.” The footage clipped again, this time to images of the same troopers taking what used to be the monsters into the backs of their vehicles. “We were finally left in peace, but recovery was desperately needed. And it wouldn’t come quickly, as we had not seen the last of these ‘Dopants.’ More began to show up within our streets as Gaia Memories were distributed around in the black market. More fighting persisted, and more lives were lost. It was then that the government finally decided to take action. With the support of several other countries, more Anti-Dopants were put into training, and Jinsoku City was finally given their own team. With their counter attacks on these Memory Criminals, this team was appropriately named…Amnesia.”

The Dopant charged towards the team in blind rage, swinging its wrecking ball arm around in an attempt to bash their skulls inwards. The troops immediately backed away, firing their magnums at the beast and pelting it down. It roared in anger and tried to swipe at them, trying to make them stop. The troops did not cease in their attack, and continued to barrage the beast with bullets.

“ARMOR IS WEAKENED. PROCEED TO MAXIMUM DRIVE.” The troops followed orders, all of them pulling their Memories out of their Drivers at once, granting the Dopant a single moment’s rest. They each plugged in their Memories into their guns, prompting a confirming sound from the device.

>>< MAXIMUM DRIVE!!! ><<

Their guns began to charge up with energy, and the troops aimed their guns at the weakened creature, holding their guns in two hands. The monster tried to get up, trying to get away at all costs. It was too weak; it would not be going anywhere anytime soon.

Or anytime in the future.

With their guns fully charged, they pulled the trigger, launching a powerful blast of energy at the Dopant. The combined force of their attacks impacted it, and created a bright neon explosion. The troops, their eyes protected by their visors, waited out for the light to fade to reveal a bear-morph, eyes sunken in, falling unconscious to the floor. A Memory shot out from his body, this one more ribbed and fleshy in appearance, and clattered to the floor before sparking and exploding itself.

“With Amnesia patrolling our streets, Jinsoku City was finally reassured safety, and Dopants were no longer feared as they were before.” The footage clipped to images of Amnesia troops walking around the city, shaking hands with grateful citizens, and performing different drills and training sessions within their camps.

The troop’s leader walked over to the morph, with his fellow members following. One of them pulled out a set of handcuffs from their vest, fastening them onto the morph’s paws and roughly raising him up. He was guided away as their leader pulled out a plastic bag from his vest, reaching down to scoop up the broken Memory, and securely sealing up the bag. With a satisfied nod, he turned to follow his fellow troops to an armored vehicle that was fast approaching. It stopped just a short distance away from them, and its doors opened up.

“DOPANT NEUTRALIZED. ADVISE THE STREETS TO UNDO LOCK UP PROCEDURE. TAKE CRIMINAL INTO CUSTODY AND HEAD HOME.”

 We learned to lock up our buildings, and we learned to stay away from these creatures, running away in an organized fashion. We were put through drills, and Dopant alarms were installed throughout the city. Now, if there is ever a Dopant attack, we, along with the protection of Amnesia, are more prepared to take down these maniacs, and bring peace to our people. For this, we thank you Amnesia. Because of you, we are now free to feel safe once again. Reporting live fro—”

The screen cut to black, and the TV cooled down as it was turned off. A wolf-morph from the opposite side of the TV placed the remote down next to him, chuckling slightly. A female morph of the same species sat next to him, presumably his sister.

“That’s cute,” the male one said, “They think it’s all over.” He chuckled more, slumping lazily in his seat. His sister had a smile across her muzzle as well, letting out a sigh.

“So brother,” she began, “shall we get to business then?”

“Oh, yes we shall,” the brother replied, clapping his paws together and standing from his seat. He walked over to a nearby desk, opening up a suitcase mounted on top of it. Inside of it were dozens of Memories, nearly identical to those of Amnesia, but harboring a variety of colors and letters. He counted them off, making sure that everything was in order, and nothing was missing. Once he was sure of it, he closed it up, latching the clasps into place. He picked up the suitcase by the handle, and gave his sister a nod.

“Let us go then,” she said as she left out the door, her brother following close behind.

“Yes, let us go,” he continued, “it’s time we let the world know of our presence. Day Zero was only the beginning. Now it is time to introduce ourselves.”

The sister turned to him in amusement. “As the Earth’s children?” The brother shook his head.

“My dear sister, you know better than that.” The sister laughed and turned away, swishing her tail softly. “Or…do you need a reminder?”

“I know who we are, brother,” she replied, “We are seeds.”

“Yes,” the brother replied, “seeds of The Earth’s Tree.”

***

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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First in pool
Kamen Rider Zero - Chapter 1
My own take on the series, Kamen Rider Double

With Gaia Memories being spread about in the black market, the team Amnesia is forced to put a stop to it. However, when the Dopants become too much for even them to handle, a new hero must fight for them. Will Day Zero be relived, or will the Dopants finally be stopped?

So here's the prologue to this project. Hopin you all enjoy. ^^ Any and all feedback is greatly appreciated.

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monster 11,666, action 2,205, superhero 1,652, crime 184, tokusatsu 91, kamen rider 39
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