“It seems there are still strange places on the planet Palma. For all we know, La Shiec himself could be here somewhere. I’ve heard that there are all kinds of monsters up in Abion Tower and Medusa’s Tower,” explained Dr. Luveno.
“Medusa’s Tower! So you’re saying that Medusa is over there!?” exclaimed Tyrone, remembering how he had been defeated by her before.
“It would seem that’s the case… There’s also some terrifying creatures in the Abion Tower, also.”
Alisa showed the small bottle she received from Dr. Amamoto to Dr. Luveno.
“Oh!” exclaimed Dr. Luveno. “Is that Soy Braised Sharkin?! That’s my favorite!
…You know, this prison isn’t so bad. I’ve grown quite fond of it, really. The food is okay, and there’s no people around to ridicule me. However,” he continued, “there is just one thing that I can’t get in here, and that’s Soy Braised Sharkin. And now that I’ve seen some, I can’t stand it here anymore! I’m going to get out of here and fill my stomach up with the stuff!”
Suddenly, the doctor stood up and kicked the bed which was attached to the wall. Incredibly, there was a huge hole hidden in the corner of the prison cell’s wall.
“I set it up this way so that I could escape any time I wanted. Anyway, moving on. Shall we go save Amamoto, too?”
Somehow, it seems as though this doctor was only in prison for the hell of it.
“And just which one of you thinks you can actually pilot the Luveno? This isn’t some cheap sci-fi comic book, you know. It’s not something you can just learn overnight. Go find the robot Hapsby. While I was locked up in jail, he went off and disappeared somewhere. He’s the one who can pilot the ship.”
“Do you have any clue as to where he might be? Just saying ‘go find him’ doesn’t help, who knows how many years that might take…”
“He was probably taken away by the garbage scavenger people. I think their village is located up in the northern part of this continent.”