Boggy Creek, 12am "Showtime..." Matthew whispered to himself, looking down at his wristwatch. 12am. Midnight. The exact time he said he would be waiting at the bend where Boggy Creek began for those who managed to solve the P.S.I.S. code. The dark water of the extremely deep creek continued to flow all the way to the basin of Great Bear Pond (named after the chieftain who discovered Weatherbrook). Although he wasn't completely near the waterbed, Matt was cautious of the creek a few metres behind him. He knew what sinister creatures lurked within. However, Matthew was also aware of his 'forest friend', who was lurking close to his current location. If anything the young man that he wasn't capable of fighting off tried to attack, then 'the Big Guy' would come to his rescue. Not that Matthew was alone, however. Violet was with him. Looking cautiously towards the brunette on his right, Matthew sighed quietly. Two months ago, he thought she was just a regular girl. Shy and a little introverted, but normal nonetheless. One day he had decided to go visit her, as she had been away from school for a week due to illness, but when he arrived he met with her 'little friend', Sela. The fairy-creature shocked him at first, but Matthew's research and field-experience told him she was friendly. Eventually Violet came clean with him, revealing that she was a halfling: half witch, half werewolf. Although he was concerned to be around her at first, it only took a few moments for Matthew to come to terms with this information. Since he had encountered many peaceful supernatural creatures during his escapades, Matthew was not as affected by her revelation as one might have expected. But knowing the type of person she was, Matthew requested she join with the PSI's. Having somebody with her magical abilities, as well as the 'perks' that came along with lycanthrope, made her a useful asset to the team. Even though he wouldn't have considered them to be romantically involved, the distance between them resembled that of a couple. Not because he wanted her close, nor the fact that she smelt nice... But because the waters of the creek were deeper then they looked and anything could pop out at any time. They didn't typically strike in groups, so it was essential for Matthew and Violet to stay in close proximity for now. But, as he looked at Violet, his eyes landed on the creek. A ripple through the waters forced him to open his right palm slowly. The low hum of the alien energy building up from his 'Power Glove' quietly filled the air as he continued to monitor the creek. While the creek didn't look like much upon first glance, the run-off from Great Bear Pond had worn away the earth to such an extent that just standing within the creek brought the water up to an average sized person's waist. It was an inconvenience for the townspeople, fearing they might slip in by accident... But for a Reptillian, it was the perfect method of transportation. Reports of people drowning in the creek were more common now then ever, but oddly enough, trauma on the bodies of the victims reveal they might have even dragged into the water. Sometimes even a body could not be retrieved, but the discarded clothes or even bones of a missing person would always turn up in Great Bear Pond. Not many suspected it, but Matthew and a few other like-minded people knew that the creatures dwelling within the waters were responsible. Reptillians were tall, humanoid creatures with misshapen features and scales all across their bodies. They had slime covered scaly skin, piercing red eyes, and sharp teeth with jagged claws on both their hands and feet. In between each clawed finger was a set of webbed skin, which allowed the creatures to swim incredibly fast. Reptillians were capable of ripping a living creature apart within minutes, which was why Matthew had advised that those who showed up to his meeting bring weapons. They were going hunting for a specific Reptillian female who Matt had previously tracked. The creature had been reportedly breaking into the local Japanese resturant, Su-Mi, and stealing the freshly caught salmon. Some of its eggs even showed up in the back of the kitchen, but they were taken by pest control (they thought they were snake eggs and disposed of them quickly). So, the female was obviously angry. Not only was there another break-in that day, but there was also a kidnapping: a young girl by the name of Julie Dinkledge. She and her family had been eating at the resturant when the break in occurred and in the chaos she had been taken by the creature. Matt just hoped the creature hadn't gotten hungry in the time since the attack, otherwise there might not be anything to find. In his backpack, Matt could feel the tiny movements of Nibbles the Mogwai as he pulled himself up to the human's shoulder. Just like Matthew, the adorable creature was eager to meet the people who wanted to help out. Cooing softly, Nibbles gently tapped Matt's shoulder softly, giving the boy an indicator that the creature was saying 'I love you' again. Smiling down at his fuzzy pal, Matthew used his gloveless hand to gently rub the head of Nibbles. While the others most likely would bring golf clubs or even fake weapons, Matt was more than prepared to tackle the creatures: donned on his right arm and softly glowing was the 'Power Glove'. Knowing that he was able to wield such a weapon was more than comforting, especially since it could impact a large manner of creatures. Especially ethereal ones. Had it not been for the glove, the Banshee currently trapped just outside of Hemmington Manor would still be at large. Who knew a blast to the head with a high powered energy beam was actually going to hurt a ghost woman? But regardless of wether or not the ghost was actually injured, the weapon still gave Matt a great advantage over the monsters. A long range weapon that didn't require ammunition and could reload rather quickly? Perfect. Strapped to his side was his 'Presently Unnamed Science Device', otherwise known as the probe he stole from an alien ship. It was facing upwards, the orange end sticking out of the small holster he kept it in. It was not glowing, which was a good indicator that things were alright. He had activated the scanner setting and presently, there was no signs of hostile life forms. Yet. But just as he was about to grab the device and verify he and Violet were still alone, Matt heard some rustling in the bushes ahead of him. Extending his palm, Matt could feel the repulser beam charging up in preparation of something big. Instead of a terrifying monster, Matthew was met with the sight of a small group of people slowly approaching him. The Calvary had arrived. Closing his palm and lowering the glove, Matt deactivated his charged blast and put on his game face. "Hello everyone... Glad you could make it. As you already know, I'm X, that's Kit, and this is Nibbles." Matt said in a clear voice, pointing to the young woman and the Mogwai respectively when he mentioned their names. "He's harmless, just so long as you don't feed him after midnight. I'll go more into detail about that later, but right now we've got more pressing stuff to discuss. Before I explain our mission... Does anybody have questions or concerns? And because I know this is coming; Yes, some of you will probably die and so could I. When you're dealing with the kind of stuff you don't understand, you always go into the situation with a 80% chance of dying. Unless you're quick and resourceful... Judging by the fact you broke my code, you're definitely resourceful."