Seacouver, Downtown district 7:13 PM 53 degrees Fahrenheit, partly cloudy.
It was the grand opening of the brand new Seacouver Center for the Arts.
The building had just been finished. It was built right on the waterfront and had a view out to the ocean. It was evening and the lights along the waterfront were very beautiful.
The Center for the Arts was a large building with many windows and large, open rooms. It had a gallery for artists to show their paintings, a theater for plays or operas, and classrooms for children to learn how to draw or paint after school.
Inside the building, they were having a party to celebrate the grand opening!
Women were wearing beautiful dresses and men were wearing handsome suits. Waiters and waitresses gave everyone fruit punch to drink and shrimp to eat.
There were some important guests at the party.
One was Mayor Novak. He had worked very hard to make sure that the Center for the Arts was built so everyone in Seacouver could enjoy it. He was very proud of it.
Lucas Ringwald was the special guest of honor at the party. He was a famous artist, and his newest paintings were on display at the gallery.
Peter Smith, aka Spells Caster, was at the party because his friend Lucas invited him to see his new paintings and help celebrate the new Arts Center.
Another guest was Apollo Robinson, aka The Dragon. He was at the party because he liked to collect art. He already owned one of Lucas’ paintings. He kept the painting in his hoard.
Jessica Jones, aka JJ, was also at the party. Her good friend Johnny Reaver had built a beautiful custom motorcycle, and the motorcycle was on display at the Arts Center too.
Peter Smith was now Spells Caster. He was also invisible. The robots did not seem to notice him at all. Peter yelled for his friend to run back to his house.
As Peter looked around, he counted five robots. None of them could see him. The nearest robot stepped on a man’s leg as it walked toward the back of the building. The robot started to reach toward a sculpture of a horse.