Raz looked out the window as the jet flew. He was determined to save Lili's father from who ever kidnapped him in the first place. But at the same time, nervous about his actual first mission as a psychonaut. Sasha Nein was piloting the jet, while Milla Vodello was meditating while levitating to keep a good focus. "Don't worry Lili, I'll rescue you dad no matter the costs." he thought to himself. He remembered the mission objective. Find and rescue the Grand Chairman. Raz looked to Sasha and asked. "Agent Nein, where's the mission taking place?" Sasha didn't look back, being too focused on driving the jet through the foggy sky. "We are going to a island located on the north shore of the bay." He said before continuing. "The Cerebum Isle." Raz tilted his head confused, never hearing of the place before. "This place is the alleged to be a testing ground for experiments that apparently occur there." "Experiments?" asked Raz. Sasha nodded. "Yes, many kids with unique powers have disappeared over the years sccording to the rumors of this place." Raz gave a nod. The sound of this place didn't sound good but a psychonaut's gotta do what a psychonaut's gotta do. Raz gave a nod before noticing that the jet was landing. The jet landed on the grey colored ground. Raz exited the jet, agents Nein and Vodello doing the same. Raz got a look look around the area. The sky was a grey color with a few grey clouds. The ground was grey and had a dry appearance. There weren't that many trees but they were a few, but they were dead, no leaves, the bark was a brown grey and had a rough appearance to it. "So where is the Grand Chairman being held captive at?" Raz asked. "That the problem. We don't have an exact location, but the man who kidnapped the Chairman is said to reside here." Milla explained. "What should we do then?" Raz confused if they don't know where the man is. "We'll have to split up. We can use our thoughts to communicate with each other." Raz nodded. "Okay Agent Nein." "Good. I'll search around the west. Milla will go to the north, you'll go east Razputin." "Be careful darling." Milla warned to Raz. who nodded and headed east. Milla and Sasha took their designated directions.

Raz looked around, only seeing fog. "Man this place gives me the creeps." Raz said stopping and getting a look at the surroundings. The fog was very thick so he had to use his hand to get better vision. Still nothing. Best thinjg to do was to continue walking. Raz kept a good eye out as he walked east. Something finally caught Raz's attention. It looked like a small warehouse. Raz ran toward the building, as he ran, it became bigger and bigger then it put off to be in Raz's eyes. Raz walked to the building's front exterior. It was dark brown brick lined with a gate at the front, though the grate was closed and locked. The gap between the bars were small enough for a child Raz's age to slip through it. Raz would notify Sasha and Milla but he let his curiosity get the better of him as he walked crept through the bars. He slowly walked about the yard, it looking bare and abandoned. Raz noticed mounds of dirt on the ground, he checked them noticing a small metal plate on them. It said. 'Subject 32, expired on the 13th.' Raz thought about what it meant, then it finally hit him. "It's a dead person." he gasped before moving on with the trek, almost shuddering the sigh of how many mounds were there. There were at least twelve, no fifty? Raz was too paranoid to even count.

Raz walked up to a door. He carefully opened the door and walked inside. The room was dark, nothing was in sight. He noticed the room was smaller then it put off to be for the building's size. But Raz shook that distraction off and walked through the dark hallway. . Raz saw what appeared to be cell doors when he trekked through the hall, which only made it worse when he heard a bang sound followed by a yelp of pain, which sent Raz running down the hallway, thinking someone was in trouble. Figures were up ahead in a room at the end of the hall, one was a boy around Raz's age, maybe older. Another was a man, He had black hair that was combed at the back but lifted a bit that shadowed his face. He had green eyes as well, along with a black coat with pants Sasha's and suede shoes. The boy was wearing a brown ragged sweater with brown hair that covered his forehead. He wore a blue baseball cap with jeans that covered his red sneakers. Crimson stained the right sleeve of the boy's sweater, he held it gritting his teeth. The man smirked, holding a white revolver with silver highlights on the butt of the gun. The gun's barrel was smoking a bit, which the man calmly blew it, causing the boy to growl in anger. Raz raised an eyebrow but heard Sasha's voice. "Razputin, are you alright? Where are you?" the agent asked. Raz backed up to the corner of the wall to remain hidden, Which apparently worked as the boy and man exchanged punches. "I'm in this weird building Sasha...kinda creepy looking too." "Heading there now, what's going one Darling?" asked Milla. Raz explained where and what the building looked like before hearing a slam, the boy hitting the hall falling unconscious. Raz ran over to him and kneeling to shake him, unresponsive as he was out cold. Raz got up and face the man. "Hey!" he called to him since the man turned his back. The man turned around. "Wasn't expecting company." he said putting the gun away in his pocket before crossing his arms. "Well, before I fight, I might as well get your name, well speak up lad!" he ordered but Raz shook his head. "No way!" The man rolled his eyes. "Typical, aw well, maybe I'll say mine firest, just to be a good host. Syril, reasercher and founder of this building." he smirked. "Then again, I'll jsut have to find out who you are lad..." Syril smirked before putting his hands on his head. Raz cringed and grabed his head in pain. "Argh!" he yelled. "Hmmm...Razputin... Never heard of you but judging by your memories I can see that your strong." he said before his smirk turned into a evil smile. "I'll have to fix that then." he chuckled before rasing his hand up, which lifted Raz up. Raz struggled all he could but no dice. Syril walked towards the young psychonaut before pulling out of his pocket, a round smooth metelic device. It was the size of Syril's palm so it was easy to carry pressed a button on the device, which casued short claw like extenstions to come out before placing it onto Raz's stomach. Smriking, Syril dropped Raz. "Okay, experiment 79, action." he said calmy. Raz put his hand on his head trying to send a psi-blast, but the device gave him a painful shock instead. "W-What the..?" he muttered before trying it again. Same result. "Egh!" Raz grunted before falling to his knees on the floor. Syril hummed in thought before pulling out a piecoe of notebook paper and writing something down. "Success, both experiments proved the same result. Hehe You two make good subjects you know?" he nodded before putting the notebook away. raz raised an eyebrow of what he meant but he took a closer look at the boy, seeing the same device on him stomach as well. Right then, Sasha and Milla's voices were coming clsoer as Syril sighed. "Guess our time is up." he said before taking a step back as he pressed a hidden button on the wall. The ground started to shake violently and bits of the ceiling fell towards the boys. Raz helped the unconscoius boy onto his shoulders and ran after Syril, just as Sasha appeared from the hallway. "Razputin no!" he warned but too late, the tiles of floor that Syril was on lifted up like a helicopter and the celing opened. Raz grabbed the tile with a free hand, trying to hang on both the boy and the tile as they lifted up high into the air. Syril smirked and put his foot onto Raz's hand. "You know... if just bewteen you and me...I have a feeling this'll be a battle worth keeping in mind." he said putting pressure on his hand. "Good luck." he said slaming onto his hand casuing Raz and the boy to plummet, down and down towards the sea...