Unsuspected Heroes Chapter 30

“How in the name of Chaos did she get them so fast,” Knuckles asked.

“Who cares, we got what we need, let’s get to work,” Rouge said.

“Pulling up schematics now,” Omega stated.

A hologram opened. Tails zoomed out and scanned everything for a while, zooming in every once and a while, checking little things. “Does she have anything?” Tails asked.

“She hasn’t said anything,” Rogue answered.

“I don’t see anything out of the ordinary…” Tails stated.


“She typing!” Topaz said.

“Is that an express elevator, in sector twelve?”

“See, told you you didn’t need my help,” he typed back.

“I asked if it was an express elevator? I do need your help; why would an express elevator be in a three storied building?”

“Cause they wanna go fast!” Sonic typed.

“You idiot, an express elevator is expensive, might have while had bought a sports car!” The words appeared quickly on the screen.

“The schematics show…sub-levels…” Tails replied.

“Where?” She stopped typing. They assumed she was checking the schematics. “It does…”

“Why would you build a weapon underground?” Tails asked. “It would keep it hidden, but it’s be buried under the earth…”

“…Good point….” A very long pause.

“Forget that, how would we get to the sub-levels?” Knuckles asked. “Towers was keeping this secret from us, what are we gonna say, ‘we found out about this when we worked with Project Chaos, who hacked into your server, oh, and also, that weapon you’re building-which we also shouldn’t know about-is going to destroy all of Mobius, and how do we know that, a hedgehog from the future told Shadow, who then told us?!!!’”

“Whoa, that a mouth full Knuxs,” Sonic mocked. “Careful, you might hurt your head from thinkin’ so much.”

“I’ll show you head pain!” He yelled grabbing him, ready to punch his face.

“STOP IT!” Everyone in the room turned their heads towards the door. “I did not hire you to kill each other.”

“Commander!” Rogue exclaimed. “What are you doing here?” She kicked the hologram cube under the desk.

“I wanted an update on Shadow and Project Chaos, I also brought the security feeds, I want you to run through them in hopes of finding something that could help find them.” He looked over Rogue’s shoulder at Tails and the computer screen. “Who are you talking too?”

“Who me, I um…I talking to…a hedgehog…named Winter and she’s help us track Shadow and Project Chaos,” Tails stammered.   

“Winter? Never heard the name, does she work for G.U.N?” He asked.

“No, she’s an old friend, met during the war, she’s pretty dang smart, so we thought she might be able to help,” Sonic explained.

“What is she, a scientist, an analyst?”

“Oh, she’s kinda an everything, she good at a lot of things,” Tails answered.

“We’ll get right to work on these feeds,” Topaz said, grabbing the tapes.

“Alright then, I’ll leave you too it,” he said, leaving the room.

“TAILS!!” Everyone yelled.

“What, I didn’t lie, I just left a few things out, selective truths,” he answered.


“Sorry, the Commander was here-”

“Did he see the schematics?”

“No, we got it covered, no need to worry.” “I hope,” he didn’t type that last part. “He gave us security tapes of when Shadow was here.”

“That’s a good thing, you can edit the part where you were all talking and get right to the fight.”

“Wouldn’t they get suspicious?”

“No, you can say you think we disabled the cameras in you room.” A long pause. “Gotta go!”


“They’re hacking back, I have to exist the system!”


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Unsuspected Heroes Chapter 29

It was awkward between the two for the rest of the morning. They didn’t avoid each other, but they kind of did avoid each other.

“So we don’t have a way to communicate with the others?” Blaze asked.

“For the love of Chaos, how could we forget that?” Silver exclaimed.

“Did I just hear what I thought I heard?” Winter asked DJ.


“Well that’s…perfect,” she mumbled.

“We might of forgotten, but faker didn’t,” Shadow said, dropping a communication on the table. “G.P.S locator free.”

“Sonic, thought ahead?!” Blaze asked in disbelieve.

“Well, he does have his moments,” Winter said.

Silver just looked at the communicator like it was a thousand gold rings. “Oh thank Chaos,” he whispered.

“Though that don’t really help if they don’t find the weapon in time,” Shadow said.

“C’mon, have a little faith,” Power stated.

“Faith don’t keep us alive,” he said under his breath.

“Is everyone in this room a ‘glass half empty,’ type?” He whispered to DJ, who just shrugged.

“Shadow does have a point,” Winter said, sitting down in front of the computer typing very quickly.

“What are you doing?” Silver asked.

“Something illegal,” she answered. She showed them what she was doing.

“No way, you hacked into G.U.N.?!” Power asked.

“Yes, I did have a little help,” she said.

“Hey guys,” letters on the computer screen read. “It’s Tails, you shouldn’t hack G.U.N., they could locate you.”

“I didn’t hack the whole network, just you guys,” Winter typed back.

“Coolest way to instant message ever!” Power said.

“Hey guys, what do you need, or are you just lonely?”

“Sonic,” Blaze, Shadow, and Winter groaned.

“This is you friendly neighborhood blue hedgehog.”

“Never would’ve guessed,” Winter both typed and said.

“Ya know I gave faker a communicator right?”

“Yup, but I can’t get the schematics of the H.Q with that.”

“C’mon, you don’t trust us to find the weapon…?”

“It’s not about trust, we only have two days left….”

“I’m the fastest thing alive!”

“What does that have to do with anything?!” Blaze exclaimed.

“He just likes saying it,” Shadow grumbled.

“Um…are you guys still there…?!”

“Sadly…” she paused. “Sonic, get off the computer so someone can tell us what’s going on.”

“Fine. 😦

“Idiot,” Shadow hissed.

“We’ve got nothing,” someone typed.

“Send me the schematics, anything that looks out of the ordinary could be where they’re hiding the weapon.”  

“…That might take a while…” they typed back.

“So much for keeping crimes at a minimum,” Winter shrugged. She typed rapidly, computer coding rushed down the screen.

“Winter…what are you doing?”

“Scanning the schematics,” she typed.

“You already got them?!”

“Yes, I’m sending them to you, maybe you’ll see something I could miss.”

“I doubt that…”

“Just because I was given the title ‘Ultimate Living Weapon,’ doesn’t mean I’m the best at everything.”

“…Alright then, we’ll take a look,”

Unsuspected Heroes Chapter 28

He had just finished drinking his third cup of coffee. He was just about to get another when the desk phone rang. “What is it?” He asked.

“It’s about the Bridge sir, our progress had been delayed and it will not be ready until tomorrow or Friday,” one of the many scientists working there, answered.

“What this time?” He asked, annoyed.

“Sir, you can’t blame us,” the scientist laughed nervously, “You are asking us to-”

“I DON’T CARE! YOU PEOPLE ARE SUPPOSED TO BE THE SMAREST!” He yelled. “Just finish before Friday or by Chaos I swear I will make your lives miserable.”

“You’ve already done that,” he heard the scientist mumble before hanging up.

“Pathetic,” he grumbled to himself. “I have been working on this for months, if anything or anyone stops me-” he stopped himself from finishing.

Unsuspected Heroes Chapter 26, 27

“So how do you plan on finding this weapon inside G.U.N Headquarters?” Power asked.

“We’ve got some people on the inside,” Silver answered.

“Really?! Cool, so what is this a conspiracy?” Power was excited.

“I guess you could call it that,” Silver shrugged.

“How do they communicate with you?” DJ asked.

Silver froze. “Oh Chaos!” He mumbled. “Oh for the love of Mobius!” He exclaimed.

“You don’t have a way to communicate do you?” Power asked, voice flat. Silver shook his head slowly.

[Chapter 27]

“How are we going to let Shadow and his people know when we find this weapon?” Tails asked. Everyone is the room froze and turned slowly facing him, bug eyed.

“For the love of Chaos!” Knuckles exclaimed.

“Well that’s just great,” Rogue began. “Sure, we can find the weapon, but we can’t contact the one guy who knows about it.”

“Haha, perfect! Just perfect!” Topaz nearly yelled.

“Do you want to raise suspicion?” Omega asked. “I would gladly destroy anything that got in our way…” a long pause. “But that would become irrelevant since the world would end.”

“Since when are you the voice of wisdom, oversized refrigerator?” Knuckles asked.

“Cool it guys, we got nothing to worry about, or did you forget that you are in the presents of the best hero in the history of heroes.”

“Really, where?!” Topaz asked, with fake excitement.

“Right here!” Sonic stated, striking a pose.

“Quick get out the cameras,” Topaz mocked. Everyone laughed.

“Ha…ha…very funny Topaz, if you would let me finish,” he said in a sort of scolding tone. “When Shadow and I were ‘fighting,’ we had a little guy time-”

“Yeah right Sonic,” Knuckles said, leaning back in his chair.

“Yeah, guy time? You, Shadow?” Tails laughed.

“Ehh, good point, but please, that’s not what’s important, see lots can happen while running at the speed of sound, pretending, to be chasing a faker,” he paused, looking at all of them. “I mean, I should get an award for this, ‘Greatest Information-getter of all time,’ I mean, really-”

Sonic! Stay on topic,” Rogue interrupted. “What did you do?”

“Oh, I got,” he leaned closer, “His phone number!” He smiled smugly.

“What?” The all asked, drawing blanks.

“Of for the love-I gave him a communicator, one without a G.P.S locator-before you start yelling at me,” Sonic finished.

“Could you not have just said this to begin with and save time?” Omega questioned. “Your method of sharing information is inefficient and time consuming.”

“Did he just insult me?” Sonic asked. “I thought that was beyond his programing.”

“Not when he’s telling the truth,” Rouge whispered, smiling cruelly.

“And he does have a soul, he can do and say whatever he wants,” Tails added.

“I am not inefficient or time consuming, I’m the fastest thing alive for Chaos’ sake!” Sonic pouted.

“Why is he here again?” Topaz whispered to Rogue.

“He is the fastest thing alive, and got at what he does,” she answered.

“Oh right,” Topaz said, banging her head against the table.

Unsuspected Hereos Chapter 25

She got up. She smiled as she petted Cream’s head. They had fallen asleep during their little teal party. She placed her head on a soft bed of snow. She began to climb the stairs, she looked back. “Goodbye Cream,” she whispered.

Once on the street she pulled her purple coat tighter around her neck. A gust of cool, crisp wind blew her front bangs and braided quills backwards. She ran back to the apartment, at normal speed. “Gah! This is so slow!” She hissed.

“Hey, what’s the rush?” A man called.

“I’m on my way home, I was caught at work last night,” she lied.

“Oh, never mind then,” he said. She knew what this guy was doing, and no way was she going to get anywhere near him. She ran faster.

“Hey, my boss was talkin’ to ya,” a tall buff echidna said, blocking her path.

“And like I said, I need to get home,” she repeated. She tried to walk by him, but he didn’t let her. “Out. Of. My. Way.” She growled.

“Pretty with an attitude, I like it,” the boss-man said, touching her quill at the back of her head. She grabbed him and twisted his arm behind him.

“Touch me again, and you’ll lose it,” she threated. The echidna grabbed her, holding her up by the waist. “Hehe, what did I just say?!” She said fiercely. The echidna let go of her with a yelp, hands freezing. She broke out running fast, at Mach 2, ignoring the pain in her hips. She heard the two yell something but didn’t know what, probably cursing her or something. She stopped a good few miles away. She was now in the heart of the city.

She finally reached the apartment building, walked inside the lobby. “Good morning miss,” the lady at the front deck greeted.

“Mornin’” she returned the greeting before entering the elevator. She saw a red-orange hedgehog in the hallway. “Power,” she hissed. “What are you doing outside?”

“What took you so long?” He smiled. He opened the door for her and the two walked in.

“Nothing,” she replied.

“Oh, hey, your back,” Silver turned from the computer screen, spinning his chair around, “Where were you, I lost you last night.”

“I was hiding, you weren’t supposed to see me,” she answered. Before entering her room.

She felt an inner tug. She knew it was her Chaos Energy and Shadow’s reacting to each other. She was in her bedroom, doing nothing.

“When did you get back?”

She turned quickly, slightly startled. “Shadow,” she gasped. “Not too long ago.”

“What happened?” He asked.

“What?” She didn’t want to tell him. “What are you talking about?”

“I could feel you in danger,” he looked up at her, “Or did you forget we’re connected.”

“Nothing happened, nothing I couldn’t handle,” she answered. He walked towards her, now only a few feet separated them. He just looked at her. Her heart began to race. She couldn’t ignore the pain in her hips any longer. She groaned.

“What is it?” He asked. She shook her head. He put his hands under her arms. He hands weren’t steady, but he didn’t remove them. “What’s wrong?” He asked again. She moved his hands slowly towards her hips.

“Stupid echidna on steroids,” she winced. He didn’t understand. “A gangster, Shadow, a gangster.”

She could see he was angry. She put her hands on his shoulder, shaking her head.

He pushed her genteelly on to the bed. “What-what are you doing?” She asked, face burning.

“Let me see,” he answered softly. She exhaled, loosening up a little. He unclipped the second black diamond on her coat. He then lifted her black shirt, stopping right under her breast. “Doesn’t look to bad.” He ran his hand down her hips.

“I told you it was nothing,” she protested.

“With you, nothing is always something,” he answered, wrapping a bandage a couple of times around her waist. He looked at her. She was good looking, and that’s what gangsters like, but he was still angry that some gangster tried to take her from him, he wouldn’t let that happen, she was his.

He suddenly felt arms wrapped around his neck. He placed his hands, slowly, behind her head. He felt good inside. He never wanted this to end. All the pain, and saddens, and just-everything-was gone, it was just him and her. “Winter,” he whispered. “Promise me…that you’ll never leave me.” She looked at him, braking the hug.


“Please,” he hugged her again. “I can’t lose you too.”

“I promise Shadow,” she promised.

He sighed. He got up from the bed. “Should check on the others.” He said awkwardly.

“Yeah,” she said, pulling her shirt back down and re-clipping the latch on her coat. He walked out into the living room.

Unsuspected Heroes Chapter 24

It was dark, she needed a place to hide. She sighed, she knew there was only one place around here that would be safe. She knocked on the back door of a house with a sign covered into the wooden door frame. A not so little rabbit opened the door. “Winter?!” Her sweet voice surprised.

“Hello Cream, sorry to come so late, but I need a place to hide,” Winter greeted. The teenaged rabbit nodded, letting her in.

“Mother, we have a visitor!” She called.

“Winter…what a…lovely surprise,” Vanilla said slowly. She just nodded.

Cream led her to the basement. She was quite. She felt uneasy, being in the house of people who hated her. She didn’t blame them, they had every right to. Suddenly, Cream jumped on her, hugging her tightly. “My Chaos Winter, I was so worried about you!”

“Wh-?!” She couldn’t understand.

“Why didn’t you come back, I thought you were captured!” Winter just stood there, completely frozen. Cream looked at her. “W-Winter, are you ok?”


“Why are you crying?” The little rabbit asked.

She touched her own face. She gasped when her hands were wet, she was…crying? She never cried before. Cream hugged her tighter.

“It’s ok, Winter, I miss her to,” she whispered. Winter hugged her back. Cream pulled away. “Cheese missed you.”

“I missed you guys,” she smiled. The teenaged rabbit smiled. “And look how big you’ve gotten! Wow how the time has passed.”

“Hehe, mother says I not her little Creamy anymore,” she laughed.

“She’s right, you’re gonna pass me!” Winter laughed.

“You kinda remind me of her,” Cream began.

“Yeah…Amy tends to rub off on ya,” Winter smiled.

“She was a great friend, and Cheese really misses Frosty,” Cream smiled sadly.

“I miss Frosty too,” Winter said.

“Will you be gone in the morning?”


“Then I’ll be right back.” Cream ran up the stairs and came back down with a tea set. “We never did have that tea party.”

“I-I’m not really good a tea parties, or any party for that matter,” Winter said, putting her hand at the back of her head, nervously.

“Oh c’mon, you already look the part, it’s ok to fail, it’ll be fun,” Cream encouraged.

Winter sat down legs crossed. “Ok, Ms. Cream, how does this work?” Cream smiled.