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Once Booth found the laboratory's entrance, he burst through. He looked around, gun at the ready and ignoring the shocked looks of the lab workers. The murder was only three days ago, so those plates with MRSA must still be around, right? Booth thought to himself, his gaze anxiously sweeping the laboratory. At last, at the far corner, Booth saw a tall, metal cabinet that he guessed was some incubator. And as luck would have it, a lanky guy with disheveled black hair in a lab coat was taking out some plates….
Rachman looked up, and with plates in hand, ducked in between two lab workers, as if daring Booth to fire. Even with his experience as a sniper, Booth wouldn't risk shooting right then. Rachman bolted through the back door, with Booth in hot pursuit. Booth ran out in time to spot Rachman ducking around a corner, but then, he heard the perp grunt, along with the sound of petri dishes clattering to the floor. A staggered Rachman was just righting himself, staring dumbly at the dropped plates.
Then he noticed Bones standing there, stepping forward again. Rachman clumsily threw a punch. Before he could even scream, Bones had his wrist grasped firmly with one hand, while forcing Rachman to bend over by pushing down on his shoulder blade with the other. If you did conduct online research about MRSA, you'll know it will only harm me if the organism finds its way into an open wound.
Not in the mood to argue, Booth took out his handcuffs, and was none too gentle about slapping them on Rachman's wrists. Temperance followed close behind, quite happy that this case was over. Well, Caroline would still have to prosecute, and she would likely be called to testify, but for the most part, Temperance's work was done. Yet another killer who would face justice, thanks to the Jeffersonian and the FBI.
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Just one of many they had revealed over the years, making sense of the scant evidence left behind. However, FBI agents weren't the only ones waiting for them. Temperance saw Angela's car pull up just then. Along with her, out stepped her husband, Dr. Jack Hodgins, the Jeffersonian's eccentric entomologist. He was also carrying their newborn son, Michael Staccato Vincent Hodgins.
It reminded Temperance of the child now growing inside her. She briefly wondered if she would be as good as mother as her best friend had been so far, but quickly dismissed it. She hadn't accomplished everything she had in her time by entertaining self-doubt…. Now that Jeffrey Rachman has been apprehended, our work is more or less done," Temperance asked her best friend.
Temperance turned to see Lance Sweets stepping out of the back seat, along with Camille Saroyan, the Jeffersonian's lab director.
Was there any point getting flustered over such a comment? Perhaps the hormones associated with pregnancy were affecting her sooner than she thought.
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You once again made a superb facial reconstruction, after the victim's entire body was obliterated by that train. In addition, Hodgins successfully identified the pollen on her clothes, and traced them to the exotic plants at her favorite pizzeria, and Sweets's profiling let us know that Rachman was our killer.
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Saroyan's toxicology work let us know the victim only stumbled into the path of that train while doing amateur photography, because of staph-related food poisoning…. Bones told everyone that, personally, she felt it was unnecessary. Rachman was hardly the first killer they unmasked through their mastery of science, and he wouldn't be the last. But in the end, Bones was talked into it, and agreed to come. However, there was still some work to finish up in the lab, such as arranging to send the victim's bones to her family for burial.
So after returning to her office, Bones checked her e-mail for anything important, then absentmindedly tossed her coat onto her chair before heading back to the lab. After a few moments, something moved within the coat's pocket, and then, a tiny figure emerged.
It was Temi, having shrunken herself down to just under three inches. Throughout most of the murder case, Temi had tailed Bones and her team, but now that that was over, it was time to report back to her friends in Felarya. Jora said even though Earth people knew nothing of what a Felaryan fairy could do, getting seen would cause too many problems.
Thankfully, the door to Bones's office was open, and after checking to see that the way was clear, Temi fluttered out. She rose to the lab's high roof and looked down. No human got into that area without swiping some card through some slot, something about 'security clearance'.
Inside that square area, humans in blue and grey coats scurried about here and there, examining things with weird machines not unlike stuff Anna built. It felt good to be above the action again, looking down at humans as any normal predator would. She avoided eating humans if she could help it, but needing to stay hidden among them this long…it had made her feel weak and powerless. Humans sure do have a lot of weird rules and customs, Temi thought to herself as she watched the Jeffersonian staff work.
But Jora says that'll let her old friend find whoever killed Shandra, so…. Taking a deep breath, Temi darted down toward the exit, squeezing through a closing sliding-glass door, with no humans the wiser. Having memorized the camera locations, Temi deftly zipped through the halls, though she felt her anxiety rising.
Her usual 'predator sense' didn't seem to work here on Earth. Any approaching humans…Temi would have to rely on sight and sound alone. And despite herself, Temi thought about the reason Lily hated humans so much…. At last, Temi made it to the exhibit about some place called 'South America', and flew to the room that showed off stuff built by humans called 'Aztecs'. Weird rubbery statues adorned with replicas of Aztec clothing, bits of actual Aztec architecture, and rows and rows of display cases showing off artifacts built by these humans.
However, there was only one Aztec artifact she needed. In a far corner of the exhibit, there was a large, circular mirror carved from obsidian. It was the largest of its kind ever found on this world, over seven feet in diameter.giantess vore night
Surrounding its outer rim were several red, triangular gems, which glistened like rubies as Temi fluttered in front of it. It was already responding to her thoughts and desires. Temi took a deep breath and focused. Then, not wanting to linger a second longer and risk discovery by a human, Temi shot right at the mirror. Instead of colliding with it, she passed into the carved rock, and it rippled for a moment as would a still pond after a stone is tossed into it.
Soon the ripples faded, and with them all evidence of Temi's visit to Jora's world… The next few moments were a blur for Temi. Flashes of darkness, flashes of colored light. Refusing to be distracted, Temi pressed on. Just when she feared she would be lost in the gaps between worlds, Temi felt a familiar power, one she had thirsted for these last few days. And then, at long last, Temi's tiny form exited the dimensional gate situated near the ruins of Ur-Sagol.
A huge, ornate stone ring, dating farther back than anyone in Felarya could remember, this gate was different from all the others in this world. One had to merely think of the desired destination, and it would link to the closest available gate. With the help of the naga sorceress Vivian, they had found a suitable exit point on Earth, and with luck, it was in the place Dr. There were a few humans below about to use the gate, shocked by its sudden activity, but Temi paid them no mind.
All that mattered was she was back in Felarya, and could feel its abundant, ambient magic. As she flew on, Temi soaked in that ambient energy through her wings like a sponge, sating a hunger that had been alien to her.
She swelled in size, reaching her maximum height of feet in seconds. Relief swelled in Temi as well. Stuck on that world, with hardly any magic to draw on, weighed on her physically and mentally. There, she would've been vulnerable to any humans who saw her, and though she didn't necessarily she them as food, the role reversal was not welcome. Temi kept savoring the familiar feeling as she fluttered to the ground, walking around the outer edge of Ur-Sagol, about a mile from the dimensional gate.
Don't tell me Anna's little machine thing is broken already. Anna had rigged this thing so it would send a signal through that mirror when Temi hit a button, letting her friends in Felarya know she was coming back soon. It also had a red jewel attached to it, given to her by Subeta.
Just when Temi's patience was almost gone, she heard the familiar sound of a naga slithering. Crisis and Anna emerged from behind the ruins of an old building. Crisis seemed particularly cheerful, her belly bulging. Temi wondered if her little girl had eaten the humans back at the gate. Temi then heard footsteps as well. Jora and Milly stepped out from the thick forest bordering this part of Ur-Sagol.
Lastly, two fairies followed them, both at their full size. First was Melany, who always stood out thanks to her skin's odd pinkish hue, array of small tattoos, and having antlers instead of antennae. Melany had long, straight, teal hair and butterfly-style wings, but the most telling thing about Melany was that crafty, sassy look she usually wore. Subeta was right behind her and, unlike Melany, wore clothes today. Simple orange shorts and a revealing green tie-front halter, along with the mystical glove Subeta always wore on her left hand.
Her shoulder-length orange hair and short, horn-like antennae were somewhat hidden under that fedora Subeta wore, but it didn't hide her mischievous smile. Relieved that Subeta wasn't asking about the treasure trove of artifacts beyond their exit point on Earth, Temi said, "Yes Subeta.
With your gem, I was able to understand everyone in that Earth place, just as I could here on Felarya. This didn't go unnoticed, judging from some nervous glances, and Temi quickly said, "Don't worry about me, everyone. It's just…there's hardly any magic on this Earth. It was horrible…it's just a good thing I went in at my smallest size like Jora suggested. Good to know," came Anna's dour reply.
Temi glowered at Melany.
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And yes, Melany, you DO care about that. Unrest there means less travelers coming to Negav…and out into Felarya proper. That means humans become scarcer. That means less humans falling into your traps. Oblivious to the tension, Crisis sauntered forward, her cheerful face alight with interest. Is it really a world with a bunch of humans with no predators?
Did they look tasty? And do you think she can help figure out who killed Shandra, and why? Temi scratched her head, looking down nervously as she fidgeted which fallen rubble from the ruins with her toes.
These icky, bloody, rotting pieces of bone and guts and…" Temi stopped for a moment, shuddering at the memory. Something about her shoulders, elbows and wrists showing wear from playing a violin. But this Brennan, she didn't figure out HOW this human was killed.
Someone she worked for found that out. Something about these bacteria things on what she ate," Temi replied. It was on this thing called pizza, put there deliberately, and it poisoned her so badly she fell in front of this thing called a 'train'," Temi went on. A clever way to kill someone, that's for sure. Scala's still got a running feud with Claire, last I heard," spat Jora. Temi shook her head. And a woman, his wife, actually recreated what this human's face looked like, just from crushed bits of her head.
This other man, a pretty young one, did this thing called a 'profile' on the guy everyone guessed was the poisoner, and this big man traveling with Dr. Brennan…I'm not sure, but he was responsible for actually capturing the poisoner, and everyone seemed to trust his insight. His whole life seemed to revolve around catching humans who killed other humans…for all of Temi's knowledge, it was incomprehensible to her.