Title: Operation Nifty Viper
Description: The alpha to the omega...?
Cyber78 - August 8, 2008 12:54 AM (GMT)
Miller leapt off the back of a half ton truck as soon as it had arrived at its destination. He was still wearing his black suit and black fedora hat having lacked the time to change into a proper combat outfit. After disembarking from the truck he grabbed his bags and walked inside of the command center.
Outside the National Guard held perimeter around the infected town of Wilhelm a command center had hastily been established atop of a small gentle hill. It consisted almost entirely of tents that overlooked yet another farm in the seemingly endless expanse of corn fields. But in the distance one could see a few lights that indicated the location of Wilhelm, a small city of approximately twenty thousand people a few days previous.
Lightning bolts could be seen every few seconds in every direction and thunder boomed through storm clouds overhead. It was only about five in the evening but already the storm had plunged the area into darkness with the exception of the lightning bolts that gave a constant reminder to nature's fury. Rain continued to pour from the sky as if an entire lake were falling. The dirt had turned to mud, the roads were like Slip 'N' Slides, and nothing could stay dry.
"You must be Deputy Director Miller, I'm Colonel Taylor of the national guard." Said a military officer as soon as Miller walked in and extended his hand.
"Yeah, that's me. Nice to meet you Colonel. So has the situation changed at?" Replied Miller, shaking his hand.
"As much as I hate to say it, things have gone from bad to worse. The weather has gotten worse but it doesn't seem to be hampering these things that you've asked us to contain. My men have been having a difficult time with these things, and my snipers have had their sharpshooting reduced by this storm. Some combat meteorologist from the ANG has also informed me that we're even looking at the possibility of a tornado tonight." Explained the Colonel.
"Hmm... well I don't think that there's much we can do about that. So has the perimeter been holding up alright?" Asked Miller.
"The tactic of using the head shots has been effective when properly executed, but its been difficult to implement. My snipers have been doing most of the work, and my units without sniper support have been having to resort to drowning the enemy in overwhelming firepower. Thus far we've had some close calls with about twenty casualties, but we've managed to quarantine our infected and hold the line. Of course so far all we've encountered is groups of no more than ten enemies at at time, but the enemy offensives have been getting more and more frequent. I don't suppose you have any insight do you?" Reported the officer.
"I'd hazard to guess that they're running out of prey. Zombies aren't like your typical enemy soldier Colonel, they don't simply plan offensives or use battle strategies or anything like that. Instead they're more like predatory animals, they do what they do for food. Granted they do have some social instinct, but nothing complex enough for them to form actual strategies. Most likely they've consumed all they prey they can find in the city and are fanning out to find more. They don't see your soldiers as enemies so much as potential meals. I'd recommend expanding the perimeter so that the zombies don't know that your men are out there, that should keep them from knowing for sure that there's meals out here, which should slow their advances and buy us some time." Said Miller.
"Just one more thing, the data that your people sent me regarding this infection seems to be mistaken." Said the colonel.
"What do you mean?" Asked Miller.
"The time table from initial infection to reanimation is only half of what the data said it would be." Answered the colonel.
"Well sometimes it does vary amongst the old, the young, the sick, etc." Explained Miller.
"This was a perfectly healthy soldier in his early twenties of mine who went from being bitten to being a zombie in the span of only four hours." Said the colonel.
"Oh." Was the only response Miller could muster.
O_O - August 8, 2008 01:53 AM (GMT)
Ray walked out of the tent.
"Hello, sir!!" He yelled at Miller.
He had been there for awhile. He got an early plane, because his Dad's friend was a General and he called in a favor.
"Sir, we've been holding the perimeter well, but the number of casualities has increased each wave. We need to move in before all the zeds are at the borders making entry nearly impossible, though that would make it easier to move once inside the city. " He said quickly, watching as a new wave of zombies rush the borders. "And where is everybody else?"
Abnet - August 8, 2008 03:02 AM (GMT)
The Branson area. Earlier that day.
Leon walked through the door of a small convenient store located outside of Branson. If Alice was right this place was really an FVZA safehouse. He was greeted by a man with a thick Scottish accent.
"Can I help ye find anething?"
"Actually, yes. I'm looking for something to cure a bad case of HZV.
"Ah. I think I have just the thing for ye. Step come on back." The Scottsman replied as he opened a door behind the counter marked "Employees only".
Phew. This was the right place.
Leon stepped through the door and saw the Scotsman push a button on the wall. He heard gears moving and then the walls flipped around revealing racks of guns, ammo, and a bunch of different equipment.
"What can I get ye, agent?"
"I need something for close quarters and something for rain."
"Well for close quarters I have this." He pulled a Remington 870 with a flashlight mount.
"And for the rain I have this." He pointed to a set of black BDUs with a hood and a gas mask for face protection. It looked like something the SAS would wear.
"Um... Yeah. I'll need an ACOG scope, an extra flashlight, some flashbangs, and a tactical vest."
The Scotsman put everything on a table in the center of the room, along with a large dufflebag to carry it all in.
"Yeah thanks." Leon said as he packed everything up and left.
Outside Wilhelm. Prestent time.
Leon walked out of a tent in his full gear: "SAS" getup, REC7 in hand, Remington strapped to his back, M1911 at his side. He walked over to Miller and the other agent next to him.
He noticed Miller giving him a strange look. Leon lifted his gas mask, not realizing he was still wearing it and gave Miller a quick salute.
"Sorry sir. Agent Stevens reporting. What's the situation so far?"
O_O - August 8, 2008 03:44 AM (GMT)
|QUOTE (Abnet @ Aug 7 2008, 10:02 PM)|
| ...Miller and the guy next to him who he remembered to be the assassin he came across during his first mission |
((OoC: Quick question, am I the assasin or is it Colonel whoever? It's probally not me, I haven't been around long and don't recall if I was ever an assasin.))
Abnet - August 8, 2008 04:37 AM (GMT)
|QUOTE (O_O @ Aug 8 2008, 03:44 AM)|
|QUOTE (Abnet @ Aug 7 2008, 10:02 PM)|
| ...Miller and the guy next to him who he remembered to be the assassin he came across during his first mission |
((OoC: Quick question, am I the assasin or is it Colonel whoever? It's probally not me, I haven't been around long and don't recall if I was ever an assasin.))
Oops. Wrong guy. Guess I should have checked my history. :lol:
Edited my last post.
Cyber78 - August 8, 2008 05:25 AM (GMT)
OOC: I've made a few edits to keep things consistent, namely just switching the MP5's to the M1928 to fit with our armory and the name of the zombie virus. We go off of www.fvza.org where the zombies are caused by the Human Zombie Virus as opposed to Solanum. It's practically the same thing, but we have permission to use the FVZA's material for this RPG but not permission from Max Brooks. Sorry to be a bit uptight, but there's a few things I prefer to keep uniform.
IC: "Alright... seems like we've got a pretty ugly situation on our hands. Colonel, I think this reinforces the recomendation I just made; pull back your forces and a bit. There's not another town for at least fifty miles so we don't have much too loose by giving the zed's a bit more breathing room." Miller explained to the Colonel.
"Miller, I hope you realize that by widening the circle it thins out our lines. If we do fall under attack by the enemy it'll be easier for them to breach the perimeter. And don't forget that this weather means that we can't send reinforcements in good time." Countered the Colonel.
"Don't worry colonel. If you pull your men back it'll draw less zombies so their attacks will become less frequent and less intense. Besides, this terrain isn't going to allow you to hold your lines much longer anyhow. The corn fields are giving the zombies far too much cover and concealment to engage them at long range. The best option is to avoid the engagements and let us handle the bulk of the zeds." Miller said to the colonel.
Finally the colonel relented, "Alright, we'll do it your way. But I need your teams to get going on the offensive shortly, I don't have time to hold these things for much longer. I'll give you three hours to do what you need to do before I start leveling the city with artillery fire."
"Thank you colonel, that'll be all the time we need." Miller said gratefully.
After his exchange with the military officer in charge, Miller walked over to his agents and began with the orders.
"Ok, the situation is something like this; there seems to be a weaponized strain of the Human Zombie Virus going around that works twice as fast. The weather is terrible so the zombies have the sensory advantage on us, and there's no chance of air support. And now we've got three hours to get enough done to convince the colonel not to level the city. That's especially important if we're still in the city when the clock runs out. So despite the fact that we're walking into a strategic and tactical nightmare, I agree with Ray. We're going to need to move out soon, so get ready to move in shortly." Miller said to the agents.
Pulling out his radio Miller said "All agents, human or vampire, get ready to begin the assault in fifteen minutes.". He then grabbed his gear and went to another tent to change into a combat outfit and ready his equipment.
Rhodes - August 8, 2008 10:15 AM (GMT)
((OOC sorry gents for being tardy..work and schtuff)))
Rhodes made his stop off at the safe house before making his way to the town of Wilhelm. Reading the file brief on the computer, the vamp agent realized he was in for a rough run with zeds, as well as keeping an eye on his back regarding trigger happy vamp-hating FVZA agents. However the substantial money involved balanced the risk.
Why does this always happen to me?
Hopping on his 'Busa a short time later, Rhodes made it to the op area in record time that would make a Cannonballer's head spin. Sucking in a deep breath, the vampire, dressed in a black ops jumpsuit, kevlar vest, and wrestling shoes, approached the gathering of army tents and associated military personnel. Amid side glances and unfamiliar stares, Rhodes responded to the colonels inquiry.
"That's because this virus isn't the normal run of the mill zed infection. It's been enhanced for a much faster conversion rate. Normally a healthy bitten person has about a 50/50 chance of surviving. This new bug is 98% lethal," said Rhodes from behind the men, approaching nearly silent.
When the men turned to see who had spoke, Rhodes nodded to Miller.
"Agent Miller. Almost a pleasure to see you again. Under different circumstances albeit, my enemy's enemy is my friend, as it were. My employer has sent me to assist you. I'll need a radio frequency for this mission," said Rhodes with some authority.
Rhodes had armed himself with a MP5 outfitted with a suppressor and ACOG optics. His side arms strapped under his arms were twin .45 ACPs. He'd packed along his trusty silenced .22's inside his jumpsuit. Tucked on his back were several flash bangs and frag grenades.
Abnet - August 8, 2008 01:45 PM (GMT)
Edited my post again for a gear change if that's alright.
I swapped out the tommy gun for the REC7 I had last mission.
Maelstrom - August 8, 2008 04:43 PM (GMT)
(OOC: My agent is a Shadow. Is it okay if I had him dropped in to a high rooftop with personal defense weapons, a radio, and other observation equipment to act as an Overwatch?)
AgentBenson - August 8, 2008 05:07 PM (GMT)
Eric came out of the tent and adjusted his glasses as he was dressed in a flak jacket and a combat helmet he was carrying a colt 45 at his hip and on his back was a rec 7 he patted the new assult rifle on his back prefering it over his shotgun he then smilled and looked at miller "good to see you agian sir just got in an hour ago from florida"
Cyber78 - August 8, 2008 08:12 PM (GMT)
OOC: Abnet, that's totally fine. I'm glad to see people using the REC7's. Maelstrom, there's no air support so paradrop or helicopter rappel is out, but if you can find another way to get on to a rooftop then that's fine by me. Personally I'd recommend sneaking into town and then using parkour or free running, it's a very ninja like way of moving around urban areas.
IC: After a quick change of outfit Miller had switched from being suitable in a Fortune 500 boardroom to something more suitable for a different kind of hostile environment. Over a dark gray jumpsuit resembling a flightsuit he wore a kevlar vest, elbowpads, kneepads, utility belt, and ruck sack. He wore black boots and gauntleted biker style gloves for an extra edge in hand to hand work. Around his neck hung a pair of nightvision goggles, and he had a gasmask raised atop his head, ready to be put on at a moment's notice. For weapons he wielded a REC7, an M1911 with a silencer, a couple of flashbang grenades, a Ka-bar knife in his boot, and his Ruger short sword sheathed along his rucksack.
"Eric, good to see you. You got here just in time, I hear they've been canceling all flights in the region due to the severe thunderstorms." Miller said to Agent Benson before turning his attention to Rhodes.
"Rhodes, I'm glad we could come to this alliance of sorts. Because you're absolutely right, it's a matter of we share a common enemy and right now they've got the upper hand. We're operating on 1900 kHz." Miller said to Rhodes while being very careful to maintain eye contact.
"Right then, let's get this show on the road" Miller said to the entire group.
AgentBenson - August 8, 2008 08:48 PM (GMT)
h€e watched the two men talk looking back and forth between them eric just shook his head he then looked at miller "whats the plan sir" he asked hus nerves having calmed down a bit seeing that the vampire was on thier side.
O_O - August 8, 2008 09:41 PM (GMT)
Ray checked his equipment. Magnums, check. Silenced MP5, check. Spas-12, check. Ammo, check. Tactical vest, Helmet, Nightvision Goggles, check, check, check. He was ready.
"So, what's the plan, sir? Are we gonna go in guns a-blazing, or a more tactical entry?"
O_O - August 9, 2008 01:13 AM (GMT)
((Cyber, we're waiting on you. Post. Now T_T ))
Maelstrom - August 9, 2008 03:50 AM (GMT)
(OOC: Okay, the rain is probably making it a little too slippery for Parkour. I'll figure out something. Gonna switch to third person for this one.)
The rain was positively pouring from the skies now. Fat droplets sprinkling off already soaked surfaces. A pair of headlights punch through the downpour and the noise of a car engine draws near.
The black suburban practically screamed "government black-ops" with its tinted windows and conspicuously modified wheels. Even the doors were heavy from bulletproof reinforcement as it lazily swung open. A booted leg stepped out onto the wet pavement, followed by the large poncho-swathed figure of Warren Harding Jr.
Wiping the raindrops from his brow, the Shadow Agent nodded to Miller.
"Evening, sir. Hell of a situation here, isn't it?"
Cyber78 - August 9, 2008 04:40 AM (GMT)
"Hell of a situation? I'd have to agree. Now for this one we're going to need to make an incursion to some very specific sites. There are five air raid sirens in town that we need to activate in order to lure the zombies to them. There's one at the town center next to the fire station and police station, one near the shopping mall on the north end of town, one by the Wal-Mart on the south end of town, one by the high school to the east, and one to the west surrounded by townhomes and apartments. The problem is that each one is next to structures likely to be housing survivors. Since we'll be attracting large amounts of zombies, and eventually a lot of firepower to those locations we'll need to evacuate the survivors nearby any of the air raid sirens." Said Miller before pausing to let everyone take in his plan.
Continuing Miller stated "We'll have to split up to activate each siren as quickly as possible. Whether to go in stealthy or with guns blazing is entirely up to whomever would like to lead a team to each siren. Just remember that once you activate each one you're going to be swarmed with zombies from all directions, so make sure that you have a quick exit plan. I'll lead the foray into the center of town but I need volunteers to lead the other teams."
O_O - August 9, 2008 04:47 AM (GMT)
Ray stepped up. "Sir, i may be fairly new to the agency, but I'd like to lead a team. However, I have a question - Why does this town have Air Raid Sirens?"
Cyber78 - August 9, 2008 05:42 AM (GMT)
"You might be new, but I'm willing to trust you with the job. As for those air raid sirens, they're relics of the cold war. A lot of towns built them back then and mostly use them for severe weather warnings anymore. They should be on right now, but seeing as there's no one left to man them it'll be up to us. Now let's move out." Explained Miller.
O_O - August 9, 2008 06:40 AM (GMT)
((Have to get off in 30, gonna try helping more tomorrow. ))
"Sir, I'm taking the mall, My plan is quick, and I should be able to get there quickest." Ray declared confidently.
Ray briefed his men. They would go for the mall, because of the high chance of a group of survivors, and since his plan was basically trying to be swift, he also thought he could get their the quickest. They would follow Miller, then break and go for the mall. After getting any survivors and activating the alarm, he would then exit the town, and go around it, where they would hopefully be less zombies.
"Alright, when miller goes, we follow him. Check your equipment. It's gonna be a bumby ride. "
Abnet - August 9, 2008 07:46 PM (GMT)
Leon decied to step up.
"I guess I'll lead the other team. I have some experience with dealing with zombies in this kind of environment anyway. I'm planning on heading for the town center. I'm assuming that there will be a heavy concentration of hostiles, zombie or otherwise, so anybody that wants in on some action feel free to come with."
AgentBenson - August 9, 2008 10:08 PM (GMT)
eric saw who were leading the teams and he sighed. turning to miller he spoke. "can i come with you sir... your the only one who i trust my life with..please"
Maelstrom - August 10, 2008 12:04 AM (GMT)
"I'll take the Wal-Mart. I'll get me ten guys, should be enough to clear a route."
With that, he shrugged off the poncho and headed for his suburban, his black tear-resistant overalls soaking in the rain. A lightweight combat LBV he strapped to his chest, loaded with smoke grenades, flash grenades, and extra magazines. An M14 fitted with an marksman scope he lifted into his arms, one with a traditional wooden frame (the kind that doesn't shatter the second you try to smack a zombie with it). A black raid Boonie hat topped it all off.
"Gather 'round gentleman, few words before we head off," Harding snapped to his team, "Without a doubt, this situation sucks. The rain is hell for visibility and footing and yes, a few of us are gonna catch a cold. But remember, the rain will also mask our scents and mess with the Zedhead's vision as well, so I don't wanna see any Rambo bullshit. We play it silent and quick, until we absolutely have to. Drop all your heavy gear, you won't be needing it. Remember--speed and silence."
Cyber78 - August 10, 2008 05:44 AM (GMT)
"I'm always in need of good people on my team, you're in." Miller said to Benson.
After hearing a bit of Harding's speech to his team, Miller began to lead his team into the town by foot. The rain continued to pour from overhead, making the journey miserable. The wind continually howled across the plains and through trees, lightning occasionally lit up the sky, and the thunder drowned out all other noise.
Eventually Miller and friends finally reached the outskirts of town on the northwest side of the city. Row after row of cookie cutter houses dominated the landscape before the agents and their vampiric counterparts. What they lacked in style they at least made up for in utility.
As they began to walk down the first block of homes it became readily apparent that either something very bad had happened, or some local sports team of some sort won something. Litter was strewn everywhere, cars were flipped over, and evidence of a variety of fires was present.
"Alright, here we are, the city of Wilhelm. Seems like a pretty decent place to-" said Miller before a bullet whizzed past, cutting him off.
"Take cover!" Miller shouted as he ran behind an overturned luxury SUV.
"That gunfire had better have come from the other side of this yuppymobile, otherwise I'm pretty well screwed." He muttered as he raised his rifle, checked his magazine, and began to listen for another shot.
Rhodes - August 10, 2008 04:58 PM (GMT)
Rhodes followed along with the other agents. He could sense the uneasiness from them with his presence being a direct conflict to their training and past history. None the less it was just another mission to him.
When the gunshot went off and zipped by, Rhodes didn't bother ducking but tuned his acute senses towards the direction from which the shot originated. The rain coming down was making his hearing and sense of smell almost moot. But his vision was the edge needed.
"Rooftop about 300 yds away. Looks warm, my guess either an agent with some mis-information or a survivor scared shitless and shoots anything that moves," he replied after focusing his distance vision on the soft reddish hue his vampiric vision gave him.
Snapping the bolt back on his suppressed MP5, he kept his attention on the rooftop but spoke to Miller.
"Its your show, i could get up there quicker than any of you and take em out?"
Cyber78 - August 10, 2008 08:20 PM (GMT)
Taking into account what Rhodes had to say, Miller pulled out a pair of binoculars and then popped his head out just a bit to peer down range. After a couple seconds of scanning he located the gunman on top of a roof with a bolt action rifle. The target was wearing full woodland fatigues and a balaclava of his face, but didn't seem to have an thing identifying any particular organization. Miller quickly figured a way to test if it was an agent or survivor.
"To any snipers on rooftops in the northwest sector of town, report in. Over" Said Miller over the radio. After a few seconds there was no response.
"All I can tell for sure is that the target is wearing woodland camo and is using a bolt action rifle. I didn't get any response by radio, so either it's a rogue agent or more likely just a survivor that doesn't know what he's shooting at. If you think you can get to him without getting shot along the way then go for it, but try to talk him down first. We'll give you some covering fire to keep his head down while you advance." Miller said to Rhodes.
O_O - August 10, 2008 09:54 PM (GMT)
"Sir, wouldn't it be easier to do something that would prove that we're humans, something a zombie wouldn't do? Like, wave a glowstick, or shine a flashlight?" Ray questioning how well a person would react to a vampire. Or someone climbing up a building in 5 seconds flat.
AgentBenson - August 11, 2008 01:46 AM (GMT)
eric looked over at rodes and took cover behind a wall his rifle pointed towards rhodes as he waited ready to blind fire so rhodes could get to the man safely "when your ready...."
Abnet - August 11, 2008 02:31 AM (GMT)
OOC: Since nobody seems to be going with me can I take a couple of National Guard guys with me or am I gonna be going it alone? I edited my last post to say that I'm going for the town center.
Cyber78 - August 11, 2008 05:03 AM (GMT)
OOC: I'd already called town center. So you can either join my team or take east or west. But if you do go for your own team then I'd recommend just making some NPC agents to go with.
IC: Miller considered what Ray had to say, pondered it for a few seconds and replied "I suppose that would be easier, but it also risks the life of the guy waving the glowstick or shining the flashlight. I'm just concerned that the guy might still consider us as hostiles, in which case he has the exact position of one of our people."
Rhodes - August 11, 2008 10:08 AM (GMT)
Rhodes glanced over at the agent pointing the rifle in his direction and frowned slighly, but waited for the banter to die down.
Finally having his patience stretched a bit, the vampire spoke up.
"Well lemme make it easy, gimme about 10 seconds to move, then fire a few pot shots at this boogie. I'll be there in about," he calculated his movement speed vs distance, "oh less than a minute. Alright? Then i'll uh, 'negotiate' with them. Oh, and Miller, just make sure none of your hot bloods get any funny ideas about capping me with an 'oops i thought he was a zed' stray shot?"
Rhodes nodded at Miller before tightening his grip on his weapon, turned and bolted off at preternatural speeds parallel to the target on the roof. He went a few dozen yards then waited for the distraction fire from the FVZA agents to commence.
O_O - August 11, 2008 09:47 PM (GMT)
Ray took his silencer off his M1928 and shot a few shots in the air. The sniper ducked. Ray fired off a few more shots. It looked like it was working.
Rhodes - August 11, 2008 09:58 PM (GMT)
Rhodes took off like a bolt of lightning thru the pouring rain. He reached the snipers building in a matter of minutes. Quickly he assessed the wall's scalability.
Nodding he glanced around for any other entry points. If this guy was any good, he thought, he'd have any roof access boobytrapped. So scaling the wall was his best option. Taking a few steps back, the vampire did a wall sprint and grabbed ahold of a ledge before ascending the wall like a spider.
This guy better not be an agent, I'd hate to have to pop one in him and risk having the entire FVZA bureau shooting at me.
Peeking over the edge, Rhodes could see the sniper was hunkered down, reloading his rifle with 5 more cartridges. He was squatted amongst several cans of spam, soup and fruits. A small can of ammo gave a clue as to his affiliations.
"Looks like a survivor. Gonna take him alive if possible. Hold your fire. Repeat hold your fire," Rhodes said as he spoke into his throat microphone.
As soon as the man peeked over the ledge and began to look thru his scope, Rhodes lept silently over the edge of the rooftop and in three steps was standing behind the sniper. One swift blow to the side of the man's skull and he slumped over like a sack of potatoes.
"Target neutralized. I'll cuff him and bring him down the sta... Hold it. I got something," the vampire agent said as something caught his attention off to one of the flanks of the main FVZA body.
Straining his vision to the limits, thru the rain, Rhodes barely made out some cool shadows moving between several buildings and abandoned vehicles.
"Miller on your 9, you have possible shamblers moving toward your position. I, I can't quite make them out, the rain's fuckin with my vision," warned Rhodes as he quickly put a couple zip ties around the wrists and ankles of the unknown prisoner.
AgentBenson - August 11, 2008 10:28 PM (GMT)
eric ceased fire when he saw rhodes take thr sniper down as he leaned back aginst the wall he sent a call to ray "it looks like the vamp got him" can you confirm
O_O - August 11, 2008 10:35 PM (GMT)
Ray looked to his left. "Sir I can make out...something, may be zombies. Do we engage?" Ray asked, slowly reloading his M1928.
AgentBenson - August 12, 2008 01:38 AM (GMT)
~negative do not engage until conformation or attacked" said eric as he turned his radio to miller "sir reports suggest deadhead activity confrim or deny" he said giving the coordites
Rhodes - August 12, 2008 02:53 AM (GMT)
The sniper groaned softly at Rhodes feet as he monitored the radio. He strained his vision again to try and make a definitive identification of what he saw.
Fucking lousy weather.
Suddenly an idea hit him...as he snatched up the snipers rifle and looked thru the scope.
"I'm scanning with the snipers weapon so don't anybody take a shot at me or i'll rip their head off. 2 oclock clear, 6 oclock clear, 9 oclock...yup. Confirmed i can see 6 maybe 7 rotters moving toward you."
O_O - August 12, 2008 03:43 AM (GMT)
Ray wipped out out his magnums, and shot every zombie in the head. Then he twirled them around his fingers and blew on the barrels. "Sorry, I didn't get permission sir, but I'm breaking off here. See you at base. "
Ray flagged his men, theyt we're moving out.
AgentBenson - August 12, 2008 02:36 PM (GMT)
weapons free right thought eric as he turned the saftey of and popped up blasting two deadheads with a 6 round burst he then called out to miller im going need covering fire
Cyber78 - August 12, 2008 05:40 PM (GMT)
OOC: O_O, just for future reference I'd suggest adding more detail to the instant killing of a group of zombies, and it's usually nice to leave something for the rest of your teammates when working in a group of players.
It wasn't long before more zombies were on their way over to where the agents stood. Miller quickly counted additional groups coming from all directions. Ray had just dropped a sizeable group on his own, and Benson had just nailed another two in a seperate group.
Ray was breaking off so Miller shouted to him "Right then, keep on the move and good luck!"
He then turned his attention to Agent Benson who was requesting covering fire. After considering how many zombies seemed to be approaching, and how many were probably on their way Miller determined that they didn't have long before they were completely surrounded and stuck fighting under siege.
"No dice man, we can't afford to get bogged down here so don't have time for covering fire. We're all charging forward on my mark!" Miller called back before pulling out his radio and announcing, "All agents, prepare to charge forward in five... four... three... two... one... GO!"
As soon as he shouted "GO!" Miller had leapt from behind his cover and had hit the ground running forward towards the town center. As a zombie exited one of the houses to intercept, the agent quickly jumped into the air and released a forward flying kick to the chest of the zombie, knocking it to the ground with Miller standing over it. Wasting no time he quickly pointed the rifle directly at the zombie's forehead, pulled down his gasmask for safety, and then squeezed the trigger.
Rhodes - August 12, 2008 07:28 PM (GMT)
Rhodes watched thru the optics on the snipers gun the main body take off running towards the town center.
"Geezus. Just leave my ass hanging out here. Hmph. I work better alone i guess. Oh? Cept for you skippy. What the hell do i do with you?" said Rhodes as he looked down at the prisoner who was coming around.
Looking back thru the scope, Rhodes provided some weak cover fire for the agents. He would try to clear a rough path thru the zombies that were slowly filling in the way of the agents. After the 5th shot, Rhodes tossed the gun down on the rooftop and yanked the snipers mask off.
"Hey, hey!" he yelled slapping the man in the head to rouse him quicker.
"Who the hell are you and what are you doin up here?" asked Rhodes.
The man looked up and then realized he was bound.
"Uh, uh, I'm tryin not to get bit by them things !!" he stammered, struggling against his bonds.
"Do I look like a half rotten zombie you dumb meatsack?!" fired back Rhodes as he glanced over the edge of the roof and spotted that he was quickly being left behind.
"Well, no, not now. Hey, can you untie me now?" aske the man holding his wrists up.
Rhodes slipped his combat blade out and slit the tie in one smooth motion. The man began to work on freeing his ankles. The vampire turned and leaped over the edge, hanging on with one hand, making sure his landing area would be free from rotters.
Letting go, Rhodes radioed, "This is NiteFlyer 1. I am bringing up the rear. Thanks for waiting assholes," just before landing atop a laundry service van, caving the roof in.