Warning: Before reading the story, consider reading it, because there are harsh words and vulgarities in the text! All characters are 18+
Somewhere in Mobius, Dr. Eggman?s secret lab.
"Ho-ho-ho," Dr. Eggman's manic laughter said, "it?s finally done! Now I'm finally getting rid of the blue poison that's constantly causing me problems and drinking blood!", Eggman rejoices at his new invention.
"Sir, are you sure you?ve considered everything down to the smallest detail?" Orbot asks him. "Of course I do. Why do you ask so stupidly?!"
"Sir, my colleague Cubot and I have been talking about your plan to win over Sonic." "What could you two fools come for?!" he scolded Eggman.
"It?s just that we?re not sure if your plan will succeed," Orbot replied. "So, so sir, we're not sure if it will explode again like the previous one," Cubot agreed.
"Hmm... you probably hit the nail in the head, Orbot. The risk is that it won't come out again, but it's negligible!"
"Sir, may I ask, what situation would ruin the plan?" Cubot asked. "Well... something difficult to predict..." Eggman said thoughtfully. "But the probability of such a situation is very low!"
Dr. Eggman didn't want to admit it, but he knew very well that the two were absolutely right about the risk of failure. As always, when he tried to use something to his advantage, which he only roughly understood... And there was always the risk that it would slip out of his hands if he didn't guard it thoroughly.
However, Dr. Eggman had no idea that anyone on our country had a similar idea. That someone was called William Jonathan Smiths.
With their younger twin brother Joseph James, they were an unbeatable duo of semi-professional enthusiasts, into science and technology in quantum physics and superstring theory.
Together with her cousin Jasmine Blaik, a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Michigan, the brothers bought an older semi-run farm.
When Will came to the farm he had bought with his brother Joe and cousin Jass, even though they originally only wanted to rent it for five thousand dollars for half a year.
Will knew from his brother that the farm?s main house was in a catastrophic state, but he didn't expect it to be a dangerous ruin. in which it was impossible to live at all, because there was a great risk of collapse on anyone who would enter it.
Of the other buildings on the farm, only a huge red barn remained. Although it was also necessary to invest properly in it, it was in much better condition than the neighboring house.
Will had to admit that the land still had huge potential.
When Will returned from a farm tour. He met Joe and Jass to kick their heads. "I don't know about you, Joe, but I would demolish the house," Will said. "I don't know Will," Joe countered, "maybe he could still be fixed!" Will looked at him in disbelief and said, "What made you crazy, Joe, the house is a dangerous ruin!" "I'm not crazy about Will. But we don't know what he looks like from the inside!" This was how Will and Joe argued for at least ten minutes before Jass finally whistled.
"Okay, okay boys, we're not going to move anywhere like that! So let's sum it up... You Will, you say the house is dangerous and you Joe, you say the house isn't dangerous, but just a catastrophic state?!" "Exactly!!!" her cousins replied.
"Hey Jasmine, what do you think of that house?" suddenly ask her Will. "I'd be interested in Jass, too." Joe joined.
That startled Jass and made him nervous, because she didn't expect it. She knew well how frightening their gaze might be when her cousins focused on something together.
Jass knew full well that the best defense against them was to attack. "Joe! Why are you asking that so stupidly?! You know that well, because we were there together when the farm was being bought! We didn't even see the house properly!"
"How come you didn't see him properly, Joe?" Will looked, reproachfully at his younger twin. Mocked, Joe looked down and muttered that the real estate guy hadn't let them see his condition.
This angered William and he shouted at his brother, "Joseph James Smiths, you couldn't be like that, couldn't you get into it?!" "Couldn't." beep Joe.
"Will you guess who the realist was?" suddenly Jass called to end the quarrel between her cousins. "Who, who?" Will was so curious that he forgot about the argument with his brother.
Jass saw that she was fascinated by Willl. She wanted to torment him a little more, so she answered his question with a question. "Will, who in high school, climbed up behind Hetty before she broke both his arms, ending his stellar career as a qaterbeck. You and Joa, then you bullied because you were her brothers?"
Will wondered for a moment who Jass was thinking. Only one name came to mind, and that name was 'Bulldog Jones'.
When Jass said that name. She just smiled and said, "Exactly Joshua 'Bulldog' Jones."
Joe was confused not knowing who his brother and cousin were talking about, so he asked them who it was and they replied that he was better known by the nickname 'Steamroller'. It already dawned on Joe who he was. Because the only one who had both nicknames was the former suitor of the older sister.
Joe remembered why Hetty had broken up with him. Because he kept coming after her and didn't give her peace. And when she said no to him, he didn't think so. When she warned him to give her peace, he just laughed and chased after her. What Bulldog Jones didn't realize, though, was that Hatty's words weren't just as empty as he thought.
Jones didn't even give his friends warnings to give Henrieta peace, because otherwise he would turn around with him. "Hahaha! That a crook like her will turn on me?! Don't laugh, I'll call her rather than try something!" Bulldog Jones boasted. "Joshua, but you're a big bastard, don't you know she has a black belt in karate?" That stopped Jones in his bragging. "I knew Hatty was walking and some martial arts, but I had no idea which one," Bulldog Jones told his friends.
After everything Jones learned about Henrietta, he gave her peace for six months. She thought he was wise and gave her peace of mind. What Hetty had no idea was that it was just silence before the storm.