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American Lions: Part 3In which a landlord's troubles are resolved.
The next morning, the twins stayed at home. Atroxia watched the television gloomily, as a news report of the fight in the park was being broadcast. "How could the vigilante, Demo, who had sworn to protect the heart, have failed in her mission?" the reporter said. Atroxia picked at her hands out of boredom.
The phone rang, and the red lion answered, "Hello? Who's there?"
Antares spoke quickly on her side of the line, "Hey, Artisa, get your twin to Herospire, would you?"
"Why?" Atroxia mumbled, flopping down over the sofa. "It's her twin here."
"Oh, sorry!" Antares exclaimed. "You sound alike. Wait, are you her brother?"
"No," Atroxia snorted and handed the phone to Artisa, who had come downstairs.
"Antares, that was my twin sister," Artisa explained. "Why are you calling?"
"We need more help, friend," said Antares.
"More help? What?"
"Someone was badly hurt, and the Herospire medics have their hands full."
"Who's this somebody?"
American Lions: Part 2In which the big fight stops.
The twins were watching television one day. The news reports were talking about the chaos in New York, of robots running all over the place and mechanized battles in the streets. Ami came into the living room and muttered, "It's not exactly the best time to leave our homes, isn't it?"
"Yeah," Atroxia replied.
Ami sighed, "Good thing we live away from the main part of the fight, in the suburbs." She then left the room. Artisa's phone rang shortly after, and she answered it.
"Go to Aurora Park, quickly! The fight in the park is reaching its zenith!" Antares said anxiously into her phone. "Demolicious needs your help! Say that Antares sent you if she asks."
"Alright, we're going," Artisa said. The twins then crept out of the living room and changed their clothes, but Ami saw them just as they were leaving the house.
Ami shouted after her daughters, "Come back, you fools! It's dangerous to go running about!"
Atroxia and Artisa continued running away, mu
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