Elite Agents Requested for NEW Missions******** Unknown crystals discovered at Children’s Museum of Houston******** U.S. Geological Survey: Crystals Unknown, Powers Undefined******** BREAKING: Children’s Museum of Houston is under siege******** R.I.V.A.L. claims actions “for the betterment of mankind”******** Recruiting ramped up for S.E.C.R.E.T. Agents******** Museum seeks Agents to enlist in S.E.C.R.E.T. ops******** Museum Spokesman: Operations continue despite infiltration speculations********
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Operation: Blackout

Operation: Blackout


Thirty Minutes Before…Operation: Blackout

Agent Gemini tapped a few keys on her forearm interface and brought up a holoimage of the current readouts. The alpha and beta particles were still well within what they had determined as natural levels, but the gamma rays kept spiking in the zettahertz range at randomized intervals.

The crystals were outputting more energy than they should be with no clear source or reason. She needed to go down to Sublevel 7 and look at the original schematics.

NOBODY at S.E.C.R.E.T. wanted to go to Sublevel 7 –  where all the original work that eventually became the focus of S.E.C.R.E.T.’s mission had started. It was where the incident had happened.  The one that changed him. That changed everything.

She entered Special Filing Room K and located the correct schematics tube. As she found a lit table and began to slide the schematics out, her fears were confirmed by a call from Agent Maxi Mumm reporting that the energy level fluctuations were real…and getting worse.

This was bad and she was going to need help.  She gathered up the schematics tube and called Director Angstrom.   “Sir, we’re going to need some help. Please begin recruitment.”

He nodded and pressed a few buttons. “Agent recruitment call placed for…Operation: Blackout.”

It’s up to you to finish this story! Report to S.E.C.R.E.T. HQ located at the Children’s Museum of Houston and complete Operation: Blackout now.

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