The days where he got his hands dirty with his now side job were few and far between, much to Fefnir’s annoyance. He liked nothing more than to be out there, the sun on his back, blowing things up, finding treasures, and having a blast getting as dirty as possible.
It was incredibly boring sitting at a desk (and thus, he did it as little as possible) and while being a General was fun and all, he much preferred his old job.
So there he was, accompanied by no one other than his travelling companion, a Golem, F type. While not suited for digging in the dirt, it was very suitable for blowing up things with the Fire Guardian, and thus, Fefnir liked the silent company.
It didn’t stay lonely out in the middle of nowhere for long. Often times, members of the Jin’en Gundan dropped by, or joined him in his work. And thus, more often than not, Fefnir found himself with at least a dozen subordinates all joining in on the ‘fun’, as he liked to call it.
However, it was mid afternoon where most of the reploids had gone off to do their individual duties, leaving Fefnir alone once again with his Golem.
"X marks the spot~" he trilled as he blew up some scrap in the shape of an X, "it’s where the magic happens~" he blew up another x shaped area, "lies, lies, all but lies," boom, went the metal, "and the X that was not," he turned his arm into his faithful canon that he had nicknamed ‘Exuro’, pending a better name he had not yet thought about. He shot up a scatter shot that lit up the whole pile of rubble, and blasted it to smitherines to create a temporary bombfire.
Satisfied, Fefnir turned his canon back into an arm and waved to his Golem, “let’s go, F.”
"UNDERSTOOD." The Golem faithfully followed his commander to head to the next location, which was towards the mountains. As they got closer, Fefnir noticed that their next point of interest happened to be near an area that the Resistance had gone through during one of their raids.
As such, there was debris everywhere, but no shortage of treasures to be found. And thus, it was with a smirk that Fefnir continued his cleanup, unawares that he would soon have rather unexpected company.