Dawn sat quietly, in the prison. Stupid, stupid, stupid squids. First Deadlox, now me?
Suddenly, she heard arrow shots. Looking out of the barred hole in her door, she saw nothing. What was that? Then she heard footsteps. Figuring it was another squid bot-thingy to tell her nothing had happened, she slumped to the floor.
Then, Sky's face appeared to the door! He smiled, then made motions to someone outside.
"Sky!" Dawn exclaimed. It had been forever since she had seen him.
His face showed panic, then relief. He put a finger to his lips. Dawn realized there were more squids than arrows shot. She nodded. Sky walked off. After a couple of minutes, he came back with a lever. The iron door opened. She jumped into his arms. It was a quick hug, for they weren't out of the woods yet. He tossed her a butter sword. They sneaked off, to a closet. Jason was waiting for them. A vent was opened above them. Sky climbed up, then reached for Dawn's hand. She grabbed it, and was almost in when a cold, metallic tentacle wrapped around her ankle.
Oh no! The squid bots! It tugged hard, loosening Sky's grip, and dropping Dawn on the cold, stone floor. Dawn whirled around, coming face to face with a squid bot.
He dropped down on the bot, cracking the water tank open. Water flowed out as the squid inside suffocated. As he took his last breath, the creature pressed the EMERGENCY button.
"Oh crap!" Sky yelled as sirens blared, notifying every squid-bot in the area that someone was escaping.
Squids flowed out into the narrow hallway, water following them.
"Guys," Jason shouted, "Hold your breath!"
Dawn inhaled deeply, as huge amounts of water crashed into her. Squids grabbed them, only to be fought off with butter swords. However, for every dead fish two would take it's place, and Dawn was running out of breath.
Muffled screaming shot through the water when a squid caught Jason in a headlock, forcing bunches of precious air. He starting taking damage. The evil sea creature was laughing, happily as Jason kicked, desperate for air. His laughing was cut short, however, when Sky sent his butter sword through him. He grabbed Jason and burst through the vent, where the water had not yet reached. Dawn followed, punching every squid that got in her way.
Shutting the vent tightly, Dawn unleashed some lava down the hatch, solidifying the water into obsidian. She took long gasps of air. Sky was pumping furiously on an unconscious Jason's chest.
He pleaded, "Dear Butter Gods, help me now! I am not doing mouth-to-mouth!"
"Sky, move!" Dawn yelled. She was trained in this. She pumped as hard as she could, silently praying Jason would just wake up! Suddenly, Jason took in a deep breath of air. His eyes flying open.
"Well, that went perfectly."
Dawn sighed of relief while Sky hugged her tightly.