Forge Netting 28: Black and White

‘Colin, do you know how the fuck LEthe got mixed up in all this?’

‘Not a hundred percent.’

‘Weren’t they mainly funded by military contracts?’

‘Yeah, but the rogue ones; it’s anyone’s bet what they’re gonna do. Ensign got away from them and his training kicked in harder.’

‘And LEthe, not knowing that they were mindwiping a guy set up to be wiped and planted regularly stumbled into a minefield, and inadvertently created a pandemic.’

‘That seems to be the main gist of it.’

‘A butterfly flaps its wings.’


‘So have we found out anything else about him or the project he was part of?’

‘Not much, but he may be the tip of the iceberg – they aren’t going to commission a single solitary agent, are they? This guy is going to be part of a larger group and that group is potentially full of people just as dangerous as him.’

‘This all seems kind of ridiculous doesn’t it?’

‘What, endless agents? Endless labyrinthine games? Sure, it seems ridiculous to those who don’t know what the agenda is, and sometimes the oversight committees don’t – they are independently operating units set to either balance or imbalance the world.’

‘You seem to understand it pretty well.’

‘Why wouldn’t I?’


‘I was one of them.’

‘A plant in LEthe?’

‘No, course not. I was a retired asset by that point. I just understand the mindset.’

‘So, there might possibly guys out there who are seeking to go up against these guys in an effort to keep them in check?’

‘Sure, why not? If there is no opposing team then there is no game, right?’


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