Traiven turned toward Elizabeth and was again struck with a sense of familiarty. He stared at her for a second trying to dismiss his thought but was unable to shake the feeling that he’s met her before.
“What!” shouted Elizabeth as she noticed his awkard stare.
“Have we met before?”
“No,” she answered. “I’m sure I’d remember meeting Raven’s brother.
“So you knew Raven?” he asked as an idea entered his mind. “Of course, it must be my twin powers activating. Since you know him I can feel his thoughts through mind.”
Elizabeth grew surprise that Traiven was able to make such an asinine statement with a serious face. “That’s ridiculous!” she said. “I only seem familiar because you know my baby sister, Kallista. She and I look alike.”
“Oh;” Traiven replied with a sigh of relief. “Now that you mentioned it you two do look similar. She’s never mentioned you before though.”
“Well she speaks highly of you.” Stated Elizabeth as she took out a small ear bug and placed it in her right ear. “So far I don’t see it.” She then spoke through her ear bug. “Captain can you hear me.”
“Yes Elizabeth.” came the voice of Joker. “Are you two ready to deploy?”
“Already did!” Came the faint voice of Traiven.
Elizabeth hastily ran to the edge and saw Traiven falling toward the planet face first. “DAMNIT TRAIVEN!” she shouted as she dove off after him.
Traiven was shooting through the heavy traffic of vessels that littered the skies of Robant. His arms were at his side and he planked his body while swaying from side to side barely missing incoming ships. In an instant a large vessel jumped in his way from out of no where with its pointed nose aimed toward Traiven.
A smile grew on his face as excitement built in his vains. He clinched his fist and purposely headed straight toward the ship. As he grew close he could see the pilot just noticing him with a horrific look. Just as Traiven was about to clide with the vassel he quickly flipped his body forward and dodged it at the last minute.
“WHAT THE HELL DO YOU THINK YOU’RE DOING?!” Elizabeth screamed angrily as she finally caught up with him.
“Playing chicken!” Traiven replied with a smile. “You should try it, it’s fun.”
Elizabeth replied with an angry demand. “This isn’t a game Traiven! Now stop before someone gets killed.”
Traiven replied a sigh of disappointmemt as he looked back toward Elizabeth. “Fine!” He then turned back forward and spoke under his breath. “You sure know how to suck the fun out of this.”