The story so far:
Squigs and Ashford had been left on a leftover section of there homeland only fourty miles wide, and ten miles thick. In essence she had left them on an insland with her string of souls that she had been carrying with her up to that point. Cero's explanation of it was that she couldn't afford to lose a random soul to some freak accident like Slim had with one of his that had been formed. "Lazy woman." was all the Ashford had to say to her before being silenced under the glare of Squigs. "Well, for now it seems that this could be a little slice of home. From what i can gather... It doesn't have any mountains on it, just some buildings and a big hill. Ashford, what can you do to help build a colony?"
Ahsford looked at his body, the thick blue liquid shimmering in the orange light, giving it a slightly green look to it. The fifteen black orbs that held his body in shape occasionally switching positions as if trying to find the best way to strengthen Ashfords form all together. "I dunno... I haven't had this body for very long, but I suppose I can try something."
Squigs sighed as he looked to the north to see a run down looking hotel. The blacked out windows cracked and in someplaces broken out completely, making it look like the building was nothing more then a bunch of hungry mouths, looking for there next meal.
Ashford physicaly moved some of the orbs in his arms and hands, but all that happened was they just went back to their place. He tried again with some of the smaller orbs only to find that they wouldn't budge an inch. "This is getting rather irritating." he said to himself as he tried one last time before giving up. "Screw this... Hey, where'd he go?"
Squigs was entranced by the hungry looking building. Marveling at the simplicity on the outside, and even more so at the decorative influences of what he saw on the inside from peeking through the door. "Um, Squigs? I don't think this could possibly be our new home." Ashford said in a worried tone. Squigs ignored him, he also ignored the three souls that had formed there bodies to fit together.
The first of the three souls had large thick mechanical looking legs, a strong waist, a thin looking enlongated torso and a rather oversized head with three eye holes with one orange eye looking through the center. Ashford was pleased to make another friend, but was punched in the head by the second of the three souls. The second soul looked even stranger then the first. It had short squat legs, two rather large mechanical looking left arms, the right side of its torso was disproportionatley large, with a hole for two right arms, and it had one grey eye that was attached to a rather long tendril. Ashford didn't like this soul at all.
The third soul was like a mirror image of the second, but his eye was purple. "WHERE ARE WE!" they shouted in unison, like some trained monkeys in a banana factory. Ashford only too eagerly tried to answer there question. "We are... I dont know we ARE, but I do know where we were!" The three souls looked at each other then back at Ashford. They then turned to the snake looking man in front of them, who seemed to be drooling over a large eery looking building. "OK! where WERE we then?"
Ashford jumped up and down excited, the orbs in his body changing places furiosly now to match his level of excitement. But Squigs jumped in before he could open his mouth. "We WERE in the homeland of the Stogh! That part is clear enough to me, my names Squigs, I'm one of the three leaders of the Stogh... Who might you be?"