HoS: Clear And Present DangerClear And Present Danger Sonic stood stock still. He had decided he would wait for Sally to show up before he moved. She walked into her office and headed for her desk, not even glancing at Sonic. "What do you want? Be quick, cause I have other things to do." Sonic was about to respond when Mina walked in after Sally. She seemed worried. "Don't get me wrong, I think he should have known better. But you know he's right. We both know he's going about it all wrong, but he's got the right idea." Sally turned on Mina, obviously not happy. She straightened her face when she saw Sonic. "Um... no. There is no way he should be doing this. I am... relieved and surprised that he survived, but..." Sonic cut in before Mina could. "But what? Tails? You're talking about Tails, right?" Mina jumped, spinning around. "I'm sorry, I didn't know you followed us in..." Sonic made no attempt to appear happy.
HoS: "Where'd The Mutant Kid Go?""Where'd the mutant kid go?" Amy and Mina sat just behind a concealing pile of scrap metal. Around them raged a fierce battle, but they had been told their mission and it did not include getting caught up in a fight. The machine dominating the fight towered over battlefield, making Eggman's usual designs look simplistic and retarded. With a sharp crackling sound, its vibro-whip sliced through a broken down crane. Its target: Sonic the Hedgehog. The blue blur zipped around it twice before running off to a new hiding place. The Egg Render followed, just as planned. Amy and Mina rushed towards the building it had been guarding, leaving it behind to try and deal with Sonic. Eggman saw it all. The building was empty, so he had no worries. He had learned that the Freedom Fighters were suspicious of anything he put a guard around, which had given him this brilliant idea. He looked to another screen, which displayed two other Freedom Fighters fighting
HoS: A Mobian InquisitionA Mobian Inquisition Two figures stood outside a medium sized building in the pouring rain. One was hiding his face under a black hat, water slowly filling the rim. He wore a black coat to keep himself dry. His companion was slightly taller than him, but had draped a white cape over her head. The waterproof fabric hung down to her ankles, keeping her completely dry. He reached out and knocked on the door. After a few seconds, a grey furred Arctic Fox opened the door. He glanced at the pair comically. Calmly, he reprimanded them. "Mr. Van Helsing, Elrond told you to bring his daughter home before eleven. You're late." Fiona rolled her eyes. "We're here to talk with
Syrus. Can we please come in?" He took a sip of the coffee he was holding before answering. "Okay, but I'm in on whatever you three are talking about." He showed them down the hallway into a large study. The three looked down at the Rat sitting in a chair