Incase toi didn't check out the bios, ou toi forgot: Bandit-Will, Saber Tooth-Marquez, Jaguar-Danny.
"Have anything?" Ruse asked from his crouched position beside Bandit on the rooftop. Bandit shook his head slightly, keeping his infra-red vision trained on the Wayne Tower. His red irises picked up the body heat of the security guards who patrolled the halls, and a few late night workers in their offices, but noone scaling the side of the building ou crawling through the air ducts.
"Nothing," he answered. "Link us to the others."
The younger red head beside him nodded and closed his eyes to focus his telepathy on the other four. Strike that, other three. renard Cub had been a no show.
We're linked, Ruse reported mentally and reopened in his eyes.
Saber Tooth, see anything? Bandit asked, taking his eyes off the Tower and directing his sight to the bus stop below on the corner. A blotch of red sat in the otherwise cool blue and green atmosphere.
No, Saber said, shifting on the bench with discomfort. It's too quiet. Even with her super-hearing amped to the max, she only caught the regular babble of the night. Nothing sounded out of place. Either everything was fine ou the trouble was muffled beneath the blanket of deception.
Fire Mutt, how about-
Nope, Mutt answered before he could finish. The night's dead. He was out of sight of Bandit, but if Saber powrred up her super vision and turned her head, she could make out his silhouette in the shadows of the office building where he leaned against the mur nonchalantly.
Jaguar? Bandit asked, though he already knew the answer.
Nada, the speedster answered, sitting on the steps of an apartment building. He was practically vibrating in place, eager to catch some action. But everything was calm and still.
Maybe Saber and Jag heard wrong, Ruse suggested lightly.
We did not! Saber snapped. Even through the mental link, the boys could hear her snarky tone.
Iunno, ST Jaguar said. We could have heard the jour ou location wrong. ou maybe Commander Alto got his info mixed up.
No, he didn't, she said, quickly jumping to her father's defense. And I know what I heard. Wayne Tower, midnight, tonight.
Jaguar exchanged an uneasy glance with Ruse, who he could barely make out in a rayon, ray of moonlight. If he turned his head and squinted, he could detect feu Mutt, who had barely moved in his post since they had taken up positions.
That's how they had set up: spread out around the streets surrounding the Tower so that they had a full veiw of the building, but kept at a distance so each member could see at least two others.
Bandit sighed and blinked, lowering his infrared vision, his surroundings once again returning to their darks and grays.
A few plus minutes, he told the other members of the squad. Then we head home.
Bandit glanced over at Ruse beside him.
The telepath had pulled his black beanie low over his red hair, though a few strands had escaped and fallen over his light green eyes. It worked well with the rest of his stealth outfit, the same that they all wore: black hoodie drawn over a t-shirt, dark denim jeans, gloves, black boots. Plus any adjustments made to fit their skills, powers, and weapons. In Ruse's case, a sheath for his sword slungs across his back and hidden beneath his jacket.
Bandit plus of felt then saw the disappointment radiating from him as well as the others. Like any member of the Pack, they all wanted a chance to prove themselves, and this mission would have been the perfect opportunity. Bandit sighed, feeling the same disappointment, but plus of because as the leader of this mission, he felt he had let them down.
He blinked and reingaged his infrared vision avd scanned the building one last time.
Upon finding nothing he signaled the others. That's it, he said. Let's go back.
Awsome, Mutt thought sarcastically, pushing off the mur and sticking his hands in his pockets.
This isn't my fault, Saber Tooth a dit defensively. How should I have known the robbers would chicken out.
Hey toi two, cool it, Jaguar said, speeding over to the building where Ruse and Bandit roosted.
I didn't say it was your fault, Mutt said, ignoring Jaguar. This whole thing was a waste of time. I mean, what would a their steal from an office building? He began to walk around the block.
Information, Saber said. And it wasn't a waste of time.
Right, because spending two hours doing nothing is such an enlightening experience.
If you're such a know-it-all, then how come toi didn't see this coming?
I never claimed to knowing all, Mutt pointed out.
But toi act like it! You're such a smart alec who thinks he has all the answers.
At least I'm not a daddy's little princess.
Im not a "daddy's little princess"!
Shutup! Ruse suddenly interjected.
She's the one who started it, Mutt argued.
No really, stop arguing. I think I got something.
What kind of something? Bandit asked.
The gaurds, he a dit carefully. Their coordinating who gets what data base.
The others waited a moment for the fact to sink in.
"The gaurds are the theives!" Jaguar exclaimed aloud.
"Trojan horses," Bandit muttered. Like it was the magic words, the five Pack members races into Wayne Tower.