BioLab: The Gilott Invasion

Caution: This Sex Story contains strong sexual content, including Ma/Fa, Fa/Fa, Consensual, Science Fiction, Robot, Light Bond, Harem, Oral Sex, Sex Toys, Slow,

Desc: Sex Story: Prologue - Matthew had watched his two friends being killed and his own sister being dragged off by one of those hideous creatures. Seven hours later, he felt it was safe to rest. Unknown to him the location he had decided to rest at, was next to a biolab. Finding himself transported into that base, Matthew is informed that he is now the commander of the entire base. Now he and the eight beauties who make up his command council, can seek revenge and start the fight back of the humans (and their friends).

"Water! Thank god," Matthew cried out, as he saw the stream in front of him.

He wasn't even sure where he was anymore; he had been travelling for the last seven hours. Wherever he was, he was now alone in the world.

"I don't even deserve to be alive," he thought to himself, as he scooped up some water in his hands. "How could I have run away like that, without even trying to save Katie?"

For the first time in hours, Matthew started to look around at his surroundings. The stream he had been drinking from flowed down the grass covered hill into a large lake. He wasn't even sure if the water from the stream was contaminated; it was just a risk humans had to take in this world. In the distance, past the lake, he thought he could make out a small village or town, but it had to be at least twenty miles away. Other than that and some trees scattered around, all he could see in every direction was green fields and hills. However, it was nice to see green fields and not just the remains of the destroyed towns and cities of earth.

As he sat back into the thick grass, he continued to berate himself over the failed dawn mission that had lead to the death of his friends and his sister's capture.

After telling himself that he was a coward for the hundredth time, the lake started to draw his attention; it had been at least three weeks since he had last been able to wash. The dirt on his body was so extensive and ground in, that he was starting to forget what colour his own skin was.

"I think this is a safe enough place to rest awhile. Maybe if I wash in the lake, I might even get really lucky and find out there's a willop in there."

Removing his clothes took no time at all; how long could it have took to take off a pair of black pants and the brownish rag that had once been his white shirt?

"Well I guess there is no willop in here," he told himself; once he was deep enough into the lake that any willop would have already eaten him.

Louise was shocked by the alert sound; it had been years since the last human had came to the lake.

As she watched the human on the viewing screen, she couldn't help but to be moved by the look of sadness on his face. Louise had nearly forgotten what another living humanoid looked like. The loneliness wasn't meant to affect her that much, as she had been designed to live alone if needed; but still she remembered what it had been like when the others had been awake. The fun and happiness and even love that they had shared.

"Please let him be a match," she wished to herself, as she heard the voice of the computer.

"DNA matching underway."

The water on Matthew's body felt so good that he didn't even notice its temperature; it was still only may and it would be at least the middle of July before a lake of this size would be warm enough for a person to find comfortable. All that mattered to Matthew though, was that he was able to wash off some of the dirt his body had been collecting. That and the fact that his mind was still on last nights events, made the coldness of the water not even register in his mind. Could he have done things differently that night? So that his friends Simon and Anne would have still been alive and he wouldn't have had to watch his sister Katie being dragged off by a Gilott.

Closing his eyes, he thought back to the good times from before the Gilotts had invaded. Remembering the last Christmas he had shared with his mother and sister; he had gotten a laptop from his mother, which she had been saving the whole year for. While his sister had bought him a second hand bike. As normal, they spent that Christmas with his grandparents. However, that year was the first Christmas since Katie had got her license, so of course, she had insisted on driving most of the way there. A five hour drive had turned into nearly an eight hour one; as Matthew and his mom had fallen asleep, believing Katie's reassurances that she knew the way.

"W... Where am I?" Matthew semi-shouted, as his eyes adjusted to the brightness of wherever he was. He was in what seemed to be a dome shaped room. What looked like a LCD or plasma screen was hanging from the ceiling in the middle of the room. Next to the screen was a clear plastic block about eight cubic feet in size.

"You are in Biolab Alpha 2, Sir," Louise told him.

"Of course I... ," Matthew started to say, with his voice full of sarcasm; before he noticed that the five feet four inch blonde, standing in front of him was completely naked.

"You're naked," he now said -stating the obvious- as his eyes lingered on her breasts.

The naked woman looked down at her body, as if it was the first time she was seeing it. "Wow, Sir, you're right... I am naked! And do you know what? You're naked too," she replied, with a twinkle in her eye. Then with a lick of her lips, she looked down at his crotch and added, "But I don't have one of those, Sir."

Matthew blushed as he looked down at himself; realising that she was right, he was naked. The look on his face nearly repeating her look of sheer surprise, although his wasn't from mock surprise. Why was he naked?

"Of course I'm naked, I was swimming in the lake," he remembered.

"You still haven't told me what this place is, and who you are or why I'm here, or where exactly here is?" He attempted to change the subject.

"This place is a biology base, and it's underneath the lake you were swimming in. I'm Louise, the caretaker of the base. You are here because you are the first human to come to the lake in the last two hundred years whose DNA matches the profiles stored in the computer," she answered his questions in rapid succession.

"Two hundred years? That's impossible! The technology to create a place like this couldn't have existed two hundred years ago. I'm not even sure it exists now," Matthew replied, thinking that he must be dreaming or maybe there had been a willop after all, and this was what death was like.

"You're right, the technology doesn't exist yet, not for another sixty years; well it would have been sixty years but I'm not sure humans will ever develop this technology in this time line."

Matthew just stared at her and then slowly looked around; the things she was telling him were making less and less sense.

"So let me get this straight, I'm standing in a Biolab which has been here for two hundred years, yet the technology to build it will not exist for another sixty years and even then it won't exist in this 'time line'. Is that correct?"

"Yes that's correct sir."

"Gee, thank you for clearing that up for me. So you're telling me this is some kind of time machine?"

"No it's not a time machine, although it has travelled in time. The person who created this base, didn't like how things had turned out and he wished he could have done things differently. So he decided that he would create this base and send it back to himself when he was younger, hoping that he wouldn't make the same mistakes twice. The only way to send it back in time was to make an explosion in the base's fusion reactor; this had never been done before, though it was thought it would work for an one way trip back in time. However something went wrong and this base ended up in a different time line, or as some people believed a different parallel universe."

"So why am I here and what do you mean about matching DNA?"

"A number of DNA profiles were stored in the computer, in case we couldn't make contact with his younger self. The profiles were of his close and trusted friends and family. All I can say is that your profile matches one of those. I can't say if you are the founder of the base or one of his friends or family. Just that you match and you are now commander of this base."

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