Georgia sighed and dropped the cigarette on the floor. She stood on it putting it out as the black car pulled up in front of her. A man climbed out of the car and approached her, she walked up to him. They shook hands and stared at each other, their eyes black.
“Well…Georgia. It seems that you’re having fun.” They told her.
“You could say that. I think it’s the best way if we want to uncover the secret.” She replied.
Both their voices were dead, their body language showing how tense they were. The man who had climbed out of the car was wearing a grey suit. His hair lying messily on his head, it was a dirty brown colour.
“I was surprised when you called asking me to meet you. I thought you’d be teaching.”
“I know, you sounded it.” She replied.
“So down to business then, why did you want to meet now?” He asked.
“I have reason to believe that I was followed. I think it was Larry.” She told him.
“Well, I think that he knows something about our…friendship. I noticed him when I was coming here. I wouldn’t be surprised if he was here listening in on us now.” She told him. “There’s been some disturbances up north. Three killings and an explosion. That’s all I know.”
“Thank you. Now if I were you I’d go home and rest. You have a lot to think about, we’ll leave this in your more than capable hands.”
“Of course Sir.”
There was a flicker of smile that crossed both of their faces.
“Have a good day…Georgia.” He told her.
He climbed back into the car. Closing the door.
“You too Sir.” She replied.
Georgia watched as the car backed up, turning around and driving off. She sighed climbing into her car flicking up the panel on the gear stick. She looked at it proceeding to flick it back down.
“Rest my ass.” She told herself.
Backing up a little she glanced at the CD player. She took out a blank CD putting into the player.
“Voice recognition required.” Came the automated voice from the player.
“Voice recognition 564910.” Georgia told it.
“Voice recognition accepted.”
The voice stopped, the player switching to reveal a small board with three buttons, a knob and a screen. Georgia pressed the middle button, the floor coming up to reveal another passage. She put the car into gear, her foot making the pedal hit the floor as she sped down the passage entrance. She smiled as the walls went past her in a blur. The automated voice came back on.
“There is a break in the road ahead. Slower speeds required. I repeat, there is a break in the road ahead, slower speeds required.”
“I know.” Georgia rolled her eyes. “You tell me every time.”
The car sped over the break in the path, bouncing once it hit the floor. She swerved around the corner stopping in the middle of a large room. She opened the door, climbing out.
“How many times do I have to tell you to drive safely?!”
Georgia flinched slightly as the small woman walked into the room.
“Every bloody time!” She carried on.
Georgia went to apologise, the woman putting her hand up to stop her.
“I know why you’re here.”
Georgia raised an eyebrow at the statement.
“You do?” She asked.
“Yes, you’re here for boy advice.”
Georgia looked at her taken back by the answer. The woman turned around with a smile.
“Here have a hot cocoa.”
She passed her the cup filled with the hot drink and pulled a chair up. She then sat Georgia down in it, much to Georgia’s dismay, and picked up a remote. She pressed something on it, a screen slowly descending down, the picture of Georgia and Kakashi coming on to it. Georgia stared at it.
“You’ve seen this…?”
“Of course dear! Now, let’s discuss this!” She shouted happily. “Oh how long I’ve waited for this day!”
“Maybe another time. I’m actually here to work, not talk about him.” Georgia replied.
Georgia stood up and placed the cup of cocoa on a desk.
“I need blueprints.”
The woman stared at her disappointedly.
“Blue prints for what?” She asked her. “A tunnel, old castle-”
“The village of Konohagakure.” Georgia told her.
“That old place? I don’t see why you’d need blueprints for that-if there is any. Is it part of your current mission?”
“Yeah. I need to know any places that people could organise an ambush.”
The woman thought for a moment before walking out of the room. She then came back a few minutes later, with a rolled up piece of paper.
“Now I’m not sure how much of a help this will be but I can tell you now, if there is an ambush on it’s way, it’ll be situated around these three places. I think that you need to warn the Hokage.”
“Wait what? I thought that ninja weren’t in that village anymore?”
“No, no I’m sure that last time I checked ninja still existed. I mean the Chūnin Exams happen in a few weeks…”
“Get me a list of Jōnin then.” Georgia told her.
She walked back over to her car and climbed in. The woman watched her sadly. Georgia, upon noticing the expression, rolled down her window and put her head out of the window.
“What’s up?” She asked.
The woman looked back at her in surprise. She then picked up the cup of drink and walked over to the car.
“I’m not thirsty thanks.” She told her.
The woman sighed and reached inside tipping it all over her.
“What the hell? Why have you done this?!”
“You didn’t drink it.”
“Is that all?” Georgia asked her incredulously.
“Yes. You can go now.” She told her.
Georgia rolled her eyes, rolling the window up. She watched the woman through the wing mirrors. The woman walked over to the desk picking up a keyboard, she pressed a button Georgia causing the car to accelerate up a ramp and back out into the tunnel. She placed her head on her hand as she carried on in a straight line. A scream sounded causing Georgia to stop the car as fast as she could. She climbed out of the car, jumping forwards to catch the person falling.
“Naruto? Is everything ok?”
The person who she’d caught stood up. They rubbed their head.
“Naruto…?” He turned around and stared at her.
He was wearing an orange and blue jacket, with a black t-shirt underneath and orange trousers. She turned to the owner of the voice.
She stared at him in surprise before looking between the two.
“Naruto we’d better get back up there.” Kakashi told him.
Naruto smiled and waved at Georgia before the two of them leapt up towards the hole, jumping off parts of the wall out of the hole.
Georgia watched as the shadow sped past her throwing her across the floor.
“Well I guess it’s time to kill you.”
“Larry.” She stood up and moved her arm out. “We both know how this is going to end.”
She jumped up as the shadow flew at her starting, what Georgia knew would be, a long day.