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CMD's First Story: The Journey of Sebastion

By CloudMistDragon

Mystery / Action

Chapter 1

Episode 1: The Chance

*ring ring* Sandy's cell phone was ringing, so she picked it up.

Sandy: Hello?

?: Hello Sandy. It's me, Captain Spongebob.

Sandy: Well howdy, *giggles* Captain Spongebob.

Spongebob: Sandy, are you at the laboratory?

Sandy: I sure am.

Spongebob: I need you to go somewhere where no one can hear us talking.

Sandy: Okey-dokey, then.

Sandy walks to her workroom in the laboratory, and shuts the door.

Sandy: Okay, I'm alone. So what's so important that we need to talk about in private?

Spongebob: It's about the plan. We've decided on our battle strategy, and to put it in action, we need that weapon that you and the other scientists are working on. Is the project finished?

Sandy: Pretty much. Just a few adjustments here and there, and she'll be ready in no time.

Spongebob: Excellent. This is our best chance to end this farce. If this plan works, our victory is assured.

Sandy: You bet it is. That gaddung bastard Alex doesn't stand a chance. I can't believe he's been able to last this long. If he didn't have the help of the other scientists from the KB, he would've been dead long ago.

Spongebob: They were formidable foes indeed. Neptune didn't stand a chance. *sigh*

Sandy: ...

Spongebob: In any case Sandy, I need MSL delivered to the base as soon as possible. Contact me when it's finished.

Sandy: Sure thing Spongebob. Bye.

They both hung up.

Spongebob walked to a room where a blue fish was waiting. He was dressed in a black shirt, blue jeans, and had a black headband strapped around his head.

Fish: So what's going on?

Spongebob: Everything is going as planned. Aside from the weapon, you are the most important aspect in this mission, Sebastion.

End of Episode One.

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