Resolved by 16:10
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Sari stormed through the door marked Horatio Wells, Inventor & Gentleman, disarming the security in her usual effortless way. Framing the head and shoulders of the android human was a flickering border, almost like a painting or portrait.
“Fascinating,” said Wells. “I guess we’re not alone, my plantae friend.”
“It’s Horatio these days, but you’re welcome to stay,” said Wells. “I’ve been working on this phenomenon all morning.”
Relaxing a little, Sari finally turned to Maroc. “Tree,” she said in acknowledgment.
“Machine,” replied Maroc.
“I’m not a machine,” said Sari. “My brain is still organic.”
“And I’m not a tree,” said Maroc.
Sari nodded. “Fair,” she said.
Wells had already returned to his research, pouring over notes and formulas. “Make yourself comfortable,” he said.
“Easy for you to say,” said Sari. “You don’t have several multiversal authorities gunning for your butt.”
“You’re safe here,” said Maroc. “Wells’ devices will conceal your presence.”
Sari sat down on a chaise lounge. “Good for now, but I need this thing to go away. Any ideas?”
Wells didn’t look up. “It is most curious,” he said. “My initial conclusion is that this phenomenon is short-lived. My estimation is it should be resolved by 16:10.”
“Four in the afternoon? I can handle that,” said Sari. “But why is this happening?”
Wells frowned. “Honestly, I think one of the more powerful trickster entities we’ve encountered on our journeys is having a laugh.”
“They have a bad sense of humor,” responded Sari.
Maroc chuckled, an odd sound which included the creaking of wood, and said, “As with many things in life, humor is in the eye of the beholder.”
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