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Logo Hunter

Logollos put the phone down on the receiver and cracked a vicious smile and said to no one in particular, "'And that's how the game is played."

"Don't you know that in games you can bend the rules here and there?" said a voice from the shadows, which startled the hell out of him. Logollos scanned his office and couldn't find the form. He had to have the bio-detectors checked once again; this was the third time in a month they didn't scan anyone out of the ordinary. He didn't panic, instead quickly moved his foot over to the alarm switch underneath his desk. All he had to do now was stall the intruder for thirty seconds.

"I don't know who you are and how you came in here," he said with all the charm and charisma of a snake-oil salesman. "But it's the last thing that you'll ever do."

"Precisely," Mayganne said as she stepped into the light, holding one hell of a handgun. It looked like an arquebus.

Before Logollos had a chance to reply she pulled the trigger and a blue ball of energy shot out of the barrel.

The top ten floors of the Legacy Tower erupted into a brilliant ball of light which could be seen for miles around.