"You're a riot," the Pig said, staring at Ace over the top of the crates. "Absolutely hilarious."
"Thanks," he said smoothly, glancing back just once to see Laurie hurrying to the generator he'd been working on. "I try."
(more) The Pig snarled, slapping her hand against the boxes separating her and her current target. "Quit screwing around!"
"I know how you work," he said. "You'll set that trap on my head. Where do you even hold those things?"
"The Entity holds them for me!" she snapped, before rushing to make her way around the pallet. Ace moved almost as fast as she did and when her knife clanged against the metal container where he had just been standing she squealed in frustration. "Just die!" she snapped. Ace only laughed as Laurie finished the generator behind them.
Whirling around, the Pig growled and Ace felt his confident smirk twitch as she began to run after Laurie. "Hey! We aren't done here!"
"I'll save the best for last," he heard her growl, before suddenly the racing of his heart quieted. He looked around, but she had disappeared.
Seconds later, Laurie screamed.
Ace glared at the Pig through his shades, offering a wry smile as she jerked a thumb back towards Nea.
"You gonna get her or not?"
"Depends on if you're going to let me."
She growled, banging her fist on the decrepit blue truck in between them. "I'll get you, you know that!" she shouted. "This last trap's reserved just for your annoying head!"
Ace shrugged. "I'd like to see that," he said, as Adam pulled Nea off the hook and she ran before the Pig noticed.
Ace laughed as she finally caught up to him at the exit.
"You leaving?" she asked.
He nodded, the beeping growing faster. "'bout to."(less)