Honchkrow could only smile internally as Mandibuzz handed him an arm with fingers adept enough, even dead, to press the small irritating little buttons. He took it gingerly, not wanting to snap it in half for many reasons, and carefully aimed the hand to activate the panel.
As he struggled for a moment with the panel, Mandibuzz could see he was typing the keys on the panel, and the result of his typings were displayed on the monitor, though most of it was dead or too blurry. What was visible was "D... E... I... H" His eyes brightened at his apparent success, and he pressed a large green button at the bottom. He then gave back the arm and stood back a small ways to watch his triumph."What do you need?"
the Mandibuzz had asked. There was no change in his dark expression, his crimson eyes holding the same ruthless glare they always held, his beak a permanent static state. Revenge...
his mind growled, the word saturated with not only anger and hate, but also bloodlust and manic joy.
There was a pause and then a strange mechanical whirring sounded. It was loud and harsh, but Honchkrow did not flinch. There was an automated voice interrupted by bouts of static, cracks in the stereos, and high-pitched feedback. DOOR MANT--NCE B--K ONLINE. COM--TER BOOTING. PASSWO-- RECOGNI...D. ENTRY --ERMITT...D
More whirring, more screams from straining metal. It was an orchestra to him, and for a moment, the Honchkrow closed his eyes to the sounds, nay, music that heralded the doom for the entire planet. True, he did not need the Shadow Pokemon Lab to spread the disease any farther; that was already being accomplished better than he could have ever hoped. But this was where the true serum lay, the untainted strain of power the humans had bestowed upon the planet. It was with this he could make more Harbingers, ones that could travel the distances he would need to truly cripple and destroy the human race.
Only then, would he be able to find that despicable group of men... The very ones that gave him his power...
...The ones that tortured
With a final groan, the door opened, dust and cobweb emptying out of the stagnant air within. The dark emptiness spanned before him, and somewhere within it was his prize. "Come, my dear. There's something here I seek..."
With that, he began to make his way inside.