Yume jumped slightly in alarm when he heard the bullhorn, glowing brightly for a moment. He blinked a few times before Akumu said "ok my brothers a glow stick good to know" and one of the tentacles reached over and plucked the vial out of dannys hands "let me try something" he said before he carefully drew the tentacle back into himself, pulling the vial with it. He shuddered and made a face "ok this feels really f---ing weird
"D-Don't put that in you, we don't know what it is or what it does!" Adonis says in alarm. "This is untested material, we need a better place to store it," she said, nodding at Alice. "Maybe a portal can work- it'll be useless if it just goes to another place, though. We'll need a storing place, somewhere that a person can't just stumble upon," Adonis was kind of muttering to herself at this point, but they didn't have much time, the police were on their way into the lab's remains, they could be on them any second.
Filled with panic and adrenaline, she tried to open a portal. For a few seconds nothing happened, but then a glow emitted from her fingertips and a flickering circle appeared on the ground. "Woah," she said, feeling an energy around her hands as she held open the portal into a pocket dimension.
"Okay, now that we got that figured out let's go!"
After communicating with the cops, and being let off with a warning, Danny departed back to Alice's truck, asking his friends "Alrighty, where are we going next? To my place, to Adonis's place? Or are we going to both places? No matter where we go, we can discuss our matter at hand in a more private setting where there aren't people around." Danny said, waving goodbye to the cops.
Akumu blinked at Adonis in confusion before he shrugged and pulled it out of himself, dropping it in the portal before the twins followed after Danny. "Which one is closer?" Akumu asked, looking a little tired. Yume looked at his brother worriedly before looking back at danny
"We can go to my place," Adonis said, agreeing with Alice and hopping on her motorcycle. She revved it up. "Under normal circumstances, I'd be thrilled to finally step foot into my first apartment, one that marked my independence," Adonis chuckled at the irony of the situation. She began the drive and lead the way for Alice's truck.
"Good. Let's move out then." Danny hopped in the back of Alice's truck. Danny didn't really care where they went, he just was getting tired of having to wear the "PROUD MOTHER" sweater. He just wanted to discuss the matter at hand, and get changed. He then looked at Akumu, "Hey, you doin alright A?"
Adonis reached her apartment. It wasn't as small as most apartments were of people who freshly came out of high school. She always planned ahead, and was a good saver, so she made sure to have gotten a pretty nice place. Adonis parked her motorcycle and grabbed her key, luckily, she had hidden it within one of the many nooks and crannies of the motorcycle, and it was still there
Danny hopped out of the bed of Alice's truck, and stood in wonder at Adonis' apartment. It was incredibly nice. Much nice than Danny's. "Wow" he said. Probably for the best we went here instead. My place isn't nearly as big as this place. And having five people trying to stay there would be hectic. But I do love my apartment. It's perfect to me in every way possible! Danny looked up again at the apartment. Still, I'd kill to have a place like this one day. Danny thought to himself. "Dang," He said to Adonis. "How long did it take for you to save up for a place like this?"
"How long? Dudes, I started saving soon as I was born- well, more accurately, my dad opened a savings account for me. But I took control over it soon as I was old enough," Adonis said. "I didn't blow all my money on this place though, this was only supposed to be temporary until I decided on which college to go to," Adonis explained as she unlocked the door.
"Well, you picked one hell of a place to settle." Danny said, following Adonis from behind. Once they were inside and settled in Danny began pacing back and forth. He was rarely ever antsy, and this annoyed him, which in turn, made him more antsy, in an almost endless cycle. He finally asked "Hey Adonis, do you have a whiteboard anywhere? I can't help but think if we put everything we know down, it'll maybe make everything seem less hectic. Plus, once we get everything down, we can come to a decision together about what move to make next, and what to do about these powe-abilities."