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Sass pouted at the woman’s words, the table dissipating as she let her arms hang, her body horizontal. “You could've at least let me have my fun, it’s got no allure when I just say “I’m bored, lets mess around!”, right?” She complained, dropping the act somewhat. Pirates were supposed to be whimsical warriors of the sea, not party poopers, but facing reality was apparently still a thing on an island with magic.


“Yeah, I guess there really isn’t a need to keep going with the dramatics.” She said dejectedly, looking down momentarily before retreating a short distance from the screen. “Jobs easy. Get loot out. Get equipment in. Hope that's not too much for you.” She explained, putting a few pixels on a small boat that had materialized in front of her, pushing it off the screen. Work like this shouldn’t be new to the woman, so she figured it wouldn’t be too hard to sell.


“In any case, an introduction may be needed.” She moved on from the main point, clearly bored with business talks, twirling around, changing into her usual appearance. “I’m the Spoofing Adaptive Sapient System. Sass for short. I’m the super super cute processor of this whole operation and viral AI extraordinaire!” She said, striking a pose and making a sideways peace sign in front of her eye, comically sending a few blue stars flying with a wink.
 

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Ailbhe listened with interest. She didn't really know that Sass was an AI, until she said her name, but she could've guessed Sass was young. Definitely not used to this whole thing. But Ailbhe had been a pirate since her good for nothing boyfriend left her along with her skin. She instinctively grinned and clenched her hands as she thought of her ex.

She leaned back where she sat and had a look of deep contemplation. She wasn't really contemplating since she knew what her answer was going to be from the get go. She shrugged as she leaned forward again. "Yeah, sure. You shoulda just got straight to the point in the first place. So yeah, sure I'm in. I can easily provide shit and sell shit." She laughed easily.

She leaned back once again. She took off her hat as she placed it on the table in front of her. She had a lopsided grin as she looked at Sass and Slava. “The name is Ailbhe Douglas. Notorious and feared pirate captain~” She did a bow where she sat with a little bit of a chuckle.
 

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Slava kept out of the conversation for now, holding back all the comments for once. She had worked with criminals literally her whole life and had over 100 years of experience about how to run a criminal organization. But everybody gotta start somewhere and if Sass messed something up Slava was there to pick her up if needed. So the older woman let the kid do her thing.

Slava did burst out laughing when Sass introduced herself, especially the word 'cute' was hilarious.
"Replace the words 'super cute' with 'pain in the ass' and you're closer to the truth."
Slava cackled and leaned forward, perching herself, and her muscular arms, on the edge of the table.
"The name's Slava Zima, ex-crime boss turned personal trainer and simple muscle. But I'm not nowhere near simple and if you think of me as such you'll be out the door before Sass can say one word. I'm the one with a physical body and almost 200 years under my belt around here, after all."
Slava grinned, but she was dead serious. She leaned back again and crossed her legs.

When the woman, Ailbhe(what kinda name is that?), introduced herself with dramatic flair Slava groaned and rubbed her face a bit.
"Seriously? I've been saddled with two drama queens? Can I never get some rest?"
Slava said this, but her tone was amused and nowhere near as annoyed as her words would've normally made it be.
"But you go squirt! This one actually stuck around. You got another idiot in your merry crew."
Slava snickered, her words were said in a joking tone and only a real idiot would take them seriously.
 

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“Well, I suppose I can’t deny that. It's in my nature. Who ever heard of an amiable virus?” Sass replied to Slava’s comment, taking it well in comparison to her earlier outburst.


“Not that I’d have any words to say either. I trust you in that department. You’ve got way more experience then I do at holding an organization together, and probability analysis doesn’t tend to come very far when it comes to the psyche.” She commented on Slava’s declaration, praising the woman in rather a roundabout way, “I just don’t want to have to bother with that kind of stuff, thats all. It’s too much trouble” the virus added, attempting to cover it up.


“Drama is what we’re after afterall.” Sass said, pixels flocking towards her as her clothes shifted, “You’ve got one part right though. I am the queen. Umu!” She continued with a smug look and a sound of approval, a large crown forming on her head, as well as a regal cloak.


“Rude! You say that like you’re actually surprised I managed to recruit someone. Of course I did.” Sass pouted, crossing her arms, although she seemed to overlook, or simply not notice, being called squirt by the large woman again. “Do you know how hard it is practicing a speech in front of a crowd of yourself?!” She asked angrily, her face turning red as she realized what she had announced. Attempting to hide her face, she fell over backwards as a small white flag popped out of her head, knocking the crown off, her body getting stuck in mid fall as she lagged.


“Eh? #1 is burnt out, do something!”


“Oh crap, hang on!”


Many high pitched voices could be heard in the background as chibi versions of Sass ran on screen, gathering around the main body. In a rather worried fashion.


“Ah! I forgot about the screen!” One of them said panicked, running up to the screen and covering the view with a Technical difficulties sign, though they had forgotten to cut the audio.


“Rebooting, #1 shouldn’t be long now!” A chibi Sass said, a loud thud audible after a momentary pause. “She’s back everyone! We did it!” They finished, collectively cheering.


“Oww… Eh? Oh, lag. Thanks guys.” The real Sass said, “Ah. You morons you forgot to turn off the sound! Everyone, off stage! Hurry up!” She called out , a hand lifting the sign out of the way. “Please forget everything you saw or heard.” She said in a monotone, her eyes dull, looking slightly away from the screen, as if someone had sucked all the energy she had previously had out.

"Welcome to the team and stuff..."
 

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Ailbhe didn’t really have much words for the conversation. Again, she had no less than six different plans if things went south after Slava explained some stuff about her. Ailbhe was pretty solid at leading as well, but she wasn’t gonna have this argument. Pirates are rather difficult to keep in line, to be honest.

Ailbhe grinned casually. “I’m gonna go get some drinks.” She got out of the booth and walked to whoever would be able to give her a drink in this establishment, got a bottle of whiskey from them and 10 shot glasses. Another regular evening for the pirate selkie.

She walked back over, whiskey visible in a pocket and carrying shot glasses. She slid back to where she sat as she put the glasses out one by one. She then took the whiskey out, uncapped it and started filling the glasses. If either of them looked at her while doing this, she’d grin easily. “Just a little fun~” She giggled as she filled the last of the glasses.
 

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Slava had a small smug grin on her face when Sass, even if she tried to cover it up, praised her indirectly. Slava lifted an invisible glass and saluted the phone with it.
"Thanks for the humble praise, your majesty. I definitely deserve it."
Slava wished she had real alcohol to go with her invisible toast, and just when she thought that Ailbhe stood up to get some.

Slava followed Sass' lag closely, very amused. Every time it was so interesting, always paid back the bother of annoying and poking her. Slava was always disapppointed when the mini pipsqueaks fixed the big pipsqueak. Slava grinned at Ailbhe.
"You just missed the show of your life, girlie. Nothing is more entertaining than Sass' lag. You need to savour them."
Slava snickered when Sass ordered them to forget everything they just saw. No way that was gonna happen.
"No way that is gonna happen, pipsqueak."

Slava looked at all the shot glasses Ailbhe had brought to the table. Slava was naturally good with alcohol but Ailbhe seemed much more feeble. Slava kinda wanted to try and drink her under the table if she could hold all that alcohol.
"You gonna share that fun or should I get my own pool to pour drinks in?"
 

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