Topic: Pilot Integration - Gideon

Skullette had finished checking into another recruit and sat in the office for a minute trying to catch up on the bioscroll on the next candidate, as Gideon walked into the room.

"Have a seat." she said in as polite a way as she could manage to make out.  "Interesting rap sheet. I gotta say, some on other worlds might call you a hero. Certainly your house lords wouldn't agree of you wouldn't be here with me. So tell me why you want to pilot a bronco."

-Skullette

Re: Pilot Integration - Gideon

Gideon sat with the same near-emotionless stare he was always seen with.  He hated interviews because they required him to talk more than he was normally willing to.  Still, whether he enjoyed it or not, he'd have to answer every question Skullette gave him.  He gathered his thoughts.

"I don't know how to do anything besides kill and watch the back of my teammates.  Now, I could either stay here on Earth and have to rely on myself as I kill any other criminal I come across, or I could join a team filled with people just like me and kill with others. Ma'am, I know the importance of having someone to watch your back." He grew completely still and silent after that.

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Re: Pilot Integration - Gideon

Skullette gave a tightlipped nod to what he was saying. "Well, you pretty much got all that right. I'd pretend to say we do some good, but we really don't. We get paid. We kill people, and make stuff go boom, because someone pays us enough to do it. Sometimes we work for some pretty nasty bastards. So if you gonna go Rob'N'Hood just let me know now. Cause we aint heroes. Success is coming home, and there are a lot of losers out there."

-Skullette

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Gideon gazed steadily at nothing in particular over Skullette's head.  "I think you've misjudged my motives, ma'am. I'm not here to do good. I'm not here to buy off my sentence.  I am here to have someone put a bulls-eye on someone else, and then I'll see how many bullets I can put in the center before they hit the ground."

There was a long silence that seemed to last minutes. "Can you tell me how your last Hermes pilot died?"

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