Frank stepped out into the zero-G environment. At first, he wondered how he managed to breath in space, but the thought that came after it was, "You're an idiot. This is a game, so who cares." Frank looked around his surroundings, hoping that a slim chance of any developer would place a cheese around the moon, but all he could see are rocks, the moon's surface, and an encampment with several players in it.
"Hello, hello, Frank!" said Bravo 2, who organized the meet-up.
Frank hopped and floated towards Bravo 2 while shouting from a distance, "WHAT'S WITH THE CAMP?! WHAT ARE WE DOING?!"
"You don't need to shout. I can still hear you well through my mic," Bravo 2 annoyingly responded. "We're just going to train in a zero-G environment. You have to be prepared to fight in any area. Plus, fighting in space is fun."
Bravo 1, who was busy unloading supplied, accidentally dropped a guitar. Frank, despite that he's far away, saw the guitar.
"HEY, WHAT'S WITH THE GUITAR?! ARE YOU GONNA SING?"
Bravo 1 was embarrassed. When she heard that they're going camping, she was used to the idea of singing songs around the campfire. She couldn't let Bravo 2 know anything about her, especially that she was once a musician or a girl. In her flustered expression, she attempted to hide her instrument until she heard a tap from her shoulder. She turned around to see a player in a NASA astronaut suit carrying a guitar. She realized that she was going to be challenged to a sing-off or a duet. Nonetheless, she has to find a way out of this situation.
Luckily, Frank hopped into the situation just in time to make a statement to everyone's surprise.
"Thanks for my guitar, Bravo 1! Hey, buddy," Frank said as he turned to the astronaut. "You wanna duet? I'll get the beers for ya."
"Yep yep yep," the astronaut responded back. "I'll choose the song."
"Let me guess, it's Super Mario Bros 2 overworld theme?"
The astronaut paused for a moment in a slight awkwardness.
"...No. Let's play I Want You Back by Jackson 5."
"Alrighty then, let's do it. Let me sing too for the heck of it."
Frank and the astronaut pulled out their folding chairs and began playing for the small audience.