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 FVZA OFFICIAL OPERATION: Vanity Yardsale II, Vanity Yardsale II
Alaska
Posted: Mar 22 2007, 10:05 PM


Agent Alaska, Shadow


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 156
Member No.: 26
Joined: 15-November 06



[Sorry, Cyber. I will not let this site die.]


"Attention all patrons of John Fitzgerald Kennedy International Airport, all flights to Seattle have been canceled at this time, those originally directed to Seattle may exchange their tickets for a full refund. Thank you and have a nice day."

"Attention all those leaving from O'Hare International Airport, all flights to Seattle have been postponed indefinitely. Those heading for Seattle may exchange their ticket books for a full refund. Thank you and please have a nice day."

"Attention those in Los Angeles International airport, all flights to Seattle have been canceled . Thank you and have a nice day."

"Attention patrons, all flights from Philadelphia International Airport to Seattle, Washington have been postponed indefinitely. Thank you and have a nice day."




A briefing folder slid across one of the imitation-oak desks at the Federal Vampire and Zombie agency Headquarters, standing was one of the big wigs of the FVZA, "Agents, we have a current crisis in Seattle. After our initial belief that the Undead event in Seattle had been taking care of, we have now been proven wrong. Bite totals began rising three days ago, and now they have been rising out of control. The Washington National Guard has already quarantined the entire area and Armed forces from the Army as well as the Marines are being called it. Your main objective is to eliminate en masse the Undead. I don't care how you do it short of a Nuke, just do it, sign up and head off. Federal planes will escort you into the surrounding where you will be transported by helicopters into the main metropolitan area of Seattle, you will receive further briefing on the plane. Suit up and get there."
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Pvt Serrano
Posted: Mar 22 2007, 11:55 PM


Hunter


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 68
Member No.: 65
Joined: 25-February 07



(OOC: Are we doing the RPG here instead of the Battlefield? I'm in either way.)


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Looks like your luck ran out about the same time your ammunition did.

Patience my ass! I'm gonna kill something!
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Alaska
Posted: Mar 23 2007, 09:29 PM


Agent Alaska, Shadow


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 156
Member No.: 26
Joined: 15-November 06



(Yeah, only Moderators can post in the battlefield.)
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Pvt Serrano
Posted: Mar 23 2007, 10:39 PM


Hunter


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 68
Member No.: 65
Joined: 25-February 07



(Okay cool. Just let me know if I do something wrong as I am a bit rusty)

As Serrano pulled up to the transport plane, he couldn't help but think about Cedar City. About how, despite his best efforts, he was unable to save his family, even being forced to put a bullet through his own wife's head.

Get a hold of yourself. This is completely different and you know it.

It was true. Back then all he'd had to defend himself with was a handgun. Today he'd brought his Garand, his 870, and his Mac-10 along with his usual Ka Bar and Claire. However, he still couldn't shake the feeling that something was going to happen. This very same feeling had prompted him to fill his tac vest's pockets with enough ammunition to invade a small country. As he got out of his peformance modded Mustang, he was met by two agents, one of whom took his car to a storage area. The other agent shook his hand and directed him inside where a few other agents were already sitting down. Serrano loaded his Mac-10 into a quick release holster on his left leg and took a seat, setting his Garand and his 870 on the floor by his feet. He checked to make sure that Claire was secure in her holster and kicked back, waiting for the other agents to arrive so that the briefing could begin.


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Looks like your luck ran out about the same time your ammunition did.

Patience my ass! I'm gonna kill something!
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Maelstrom
Posted: Mar 24 2007, 02:04 AM


Hunter


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 57
Member No.: 60
Joined: 9-January 07



Warren Harding Jr. checked his equipment for the umpteenth time since boarding the plane. USP Expert with four extra magazines, hollowpoint ammo, check. Incendiary Grenades, check. Remington 11-87 12 Gauge shotgun and slugs, check. PVS-13 night vision scope, check. Bowie knife, check.

The former Delta Operator leaned back and sighed, trying to relax himself as the plane began rolling. This was his first major operation and he couldn't help but feel a bit anxious. Zombies, after all, were not your everday run-of-the-mill bad guy. Which is why he'd ditched his usual equipment.

Gone was the dragonskin vest and the kevlar helmet, they weighed him down and were next to useless against bloodthirsty hordes of undead. The multicam BDUs were replaced by a simple black jumpsuit woven with tear-resistant fabric; Zombies used smell more than sight anyways. The high powered assault rifle was dropped in favor of the much more potent shotgun. You only needed one solid round to drop a zombie, any more would be wasting ammunition.

He had all he needed. He was surrounded by battle-hardened and well-trained professionals. They had a clear objective and plenty of support. So why the hell was he so nervous?


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"Evil triumphs when good men do nothing."-Edmund Burke
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Tsumari
Posted: Mar 24 2007, 06:53 AM


Chief Truthiness Director


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 51
Member No.: 18
Joined: 13-November 06



((I'm in... but too tired to post ATM, save me a spot on the plane!))


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"Jesus is right-handed, like all Christians." -Dr. Stephen T Colbert, DFA
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Pvt Serrano
Posted: Mar 28 2007, 09:35 PM


Hunter


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 68
Member No.: 65
Joined: 25-February 07



(Its dying! Don't let it die!)

Serrano looked out the window as the plane began to taxi onto the runway. He'd been on planes many times before although he usually ended up jumping from them into a combat zone. Fortunately he wouldn't have to do that this time if everything went smoothly.

When was the last time anything went smoothly? He thought to himself. It was true. He did tend to attract curious situations. Most of the time everything worked out, but he would always be stuck with the memory of the time that it didn't.

He felt himself being pressed into his seat as the plane took off, leaving the ground and setting a course to Seattle. Once they were in the air, one of the agents, likely the senior agent, stood up and cleared his throat. Serrano pulled his hat over his eyes. He could remember things better without any other distractions.


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Looks like your luck ran out about the same time your ammunition did.

Patience my ass! I'm gonna kill something!
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Rhodes
Posted: Mar 29 2007, 01:11 PM


MSI-Level 1 (Military Sniper Intelligence)


Group: Admin
Posts: 390
Member No.: 41
Joined: 26-November 06



Rhodes stood from just outside the airport security fence, watching as the dreaded agents loaded onto the plane, hands stuffed into his peacoat pockets.

Judder stood only a few feet away, holding a small black box in his left hand.

The FVZA-laden plane eventually taxied and began to take off.

Rhodes looked at Judder with a sideways glance, then nodded once, turning his gaze as the plane flew directly overhead. The roar of the twin jet engines drowning out all other sounds.

Judder pressed the button on the black box and smiled.

Onboard the agents plane, the multiple video screens for watching movies flickered off. Several agents and passengers looked around, confused as to why their in flight movie was interrupted.

A blue screen with big black letters began to marquee across all the monitors.

"To all FVZA. BOOM. Enjoy your flight."

Several people began to get restless, borderline hysterical at the thought of a bomb could be onboard. Flight attendants began to process crowd control while the pilots began their emergency checks.

Rhodes turned after watching the plane bank sharply.

"That should give them some added stress. No sense in letting them have a relaxing flight," he said, passing by Judder as he moved towards a beat up Chevrolet.

Time for some real fun.


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*exhale of smoke*...so you think you have a price.
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Judder
Posted: Mar 29 2007, 07:18 PM


Team Leader


Group: Vampires
Posts: 256
Member No.: 19
Joined: 13-November 06



Judder grins for a moment as he turns towards the car.
He speaks out loud what his mind thinks.
"Im glad ive banged and fanged my share of Airline Stewardesses."



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Rhodes
Posted: Mar 29 2007, 09:54 PM


MSI-Level 1 (Military Sniper Intelligence)


Group: Admin
Posts: 390
Member No.: 41
Joined: 26-November 06



Rhodes jerked the door open to the SS monte carlo with a loud creak smiling shortly.

"Sometimes its not all about the boom...but of the havoc on the mind. A former associate of mine once said, 'tis not the art of war, but the war in art that achieves greatness'," Rhodes replied as he and Judder got into the dilapidated vehicle.

Judder glanced over with a questioning look regarding the reference.

Rhodes interpreted the look immediately.

"Former trainee, just before i slit his throat and tossed him over a cliff during a mission.....for giving our position away," finished Rhodes with dramatic flair, grinning from ear to ear.

The engine sputtered to life as the two drove away from the airport.


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*exhale of smoke*...so you think you have a price.
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Pvt Serrano
Posted: Apr 1 2007, 06:55 PM


Hunter


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 68
Member No.: 65
Joined: 25-February 07



Damn I hate when I'm right Serrano thought to himself, reading the message on the screen in front of him. The senior agent had nearly started the briefing when suddenly all of the screens had changed. Inside the plane was a mixed bag, some panicked, some simply regarded it as a hoax. Unfortunately, the passenger next to him was panicking.

"Oh my GOD! We're all gonna die! Somebody! Please! Make it stop!" he screamed, attempting to get out of his seat.

Serrano shoved him back down with his left arm.

"RELAX." he ordered, shutting the man up "we're gonna be fine. Just chill out."

The senior agent again stood up after a brief talk with the plane's Captain.'

"Listen up! We've had a change of plans! While initial scans indicate that there is not in fact a bomb on this plane, we've decided that it would be too risky to stick to the original mission outline as somebody apparently already knows about it. As such, we will not be stopping to transfer to choppers. Instead, the pilot of this plane will fly directly over the target area. Agents will parachute into the LZ and proceed from there. Chutes are up front, come and get 'em"

Didn't expect this... Serrano thought to himself, strapping on his parachute and returning to his seat.


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Looks like your luck ran out about the same time your ammunition did.

Patience my ass! I'm gonna kill something!
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Alaska
Posted: Apr 1 2007, 08:36 PM


Agent Alaska, Shadow


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 156
Member No.: 26
Joined: 15-November 06



[Not trying to be rude, but did you all miss the part of my post where I said, ;&quote; "Federal planes will escort you into the..." not Public airlines. So, the bad thing could go either way as far as validity goes, however, there wouldn't be any screaming passengers.]
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Rhodes
Posted: Apr 2 2007, 12:10 AM


MSI-Level 1 (Military Sniper Intelligence)


Group: Admin
Posts: 390
Member No.: 41
Joined: 26-November 06



[depends on which of the new recruits were wussbags...hehehehe... might still be some screaming and scenes of panic...always some newb npc's to fuck with]



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Pvt Serrano
Posted: Apr 2 2007, 01:13 AM


Hunter


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 68
Member No.: 65
Joined: 25-February 07



( I agree with Rhodes. There's always some people, even if they're highly trained, who freak out in times of crisis. These guys are used to fighting vampires and zombies, not dealing with bombs. Kind of a "Game over, man!" type of thing.)


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Looks like your luck ran out about the same time your ammunition did.

Patience my ass! I'm gonna kill something!
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Cyber78
Posted: Apr 2 2007, 03:59 AM


Adminbot3000's Alternate Personality


Group: FVZA Agent Command
Posts: 535
Member No.: 2
Joined: 16-November 05



OOC: I'm back and ready to go. As said in the bulk email just sent out, great job guys.

And now to retcon what's been going on how about we just say that the agency rented out a 737 from United Airlines for the trip and a few of the rookie agents flipped out.

IC: I wasn't particularly fond of Seattle anymore. Not since that little op we did a few months ago where the vampires were waiting for us. It wasn't a pretty battle by anyone's standards, and neither side was spared a fair amount of carnage. Although I suppose technically it was a victory since we cleared out most of the zombies, the Order still had a presence in the city that made it difficult to do cleanup jobs afterwards. Ever since the initial op we'd had to make several trips back hear to clean up zombies that we missed, but each time we'd never been able to finish due to a sniper that was now infamous at the agency. Maybe, just maybe if we'd had the proper intel for the mission, maybe if we'd had some support from the police, maybe if the ACLU hadn't held that zombie rights protest we could've done the job. But alas, shit happens and someone's gotta clean it up.

So there I was sitting on an airplane bound for Seattle where the consequences of failure was rearing it's ugly head. The good news was that the National Guard had the quarantine zone pretty well secured from what I'd been told. Plus it wasn't as if the entire city had been infected. The bad news was that we had to do all the dirty work inside the quarantine zone. The other bad news was that as is the case with any disaster, people had gone bat shit crazy, especially those who weren't infected. It was unusual. On one hand the mature part of me knew that I was likely going into a life or death situation where death wasn't too distant. On the otherhand I felt ready to go.

My ankle had healed up pretty well, my wrist still had a cast on it for support but it was fully usable just so long as I didn't try karate chopping some zombie. I was packing an M1911 for a sidearm, and an M-14 as my primary weapon. Dressed in a gray jumpsuit and wearing a matching cap I looked more like an exterminator than a soldier, which was appropriate considering the nature of my work.

By the time I was done checking over my weaponry and equipment I was pretty pumped and ready to go. There wasn't anyway this mission could go wrong in my mind. That is until I heard we were going to parachute in. At first it sounded pretty damn cool in my head, going in all special forces style and whatnot. But after a second it hit me, we were jumping into Seattle. Now although I wasn't too far from the real Windy City, I wasn't too sure that the Pacific Northwest was exactly going to be a cakewalk. And it didn't exactly hurt that I'd never parachuted once before in my life.

Why jump out of a perfectly good airplane? I asked myself as I got out of my seat and retrieved a parachute.


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Maelstrom
Posted: Apr 2 2007, 04:03 PM


Hunter


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 57
Member No.: 60
Joined: 9-January 07



This was why I was so nervous. The phrase accompanied an internal sigh as the FVZA agent stood and filed down the hall. They never go according to plan. Why don't they EVER go according to plan!?

But it was too late to complain or whine. Their cover was blown and a change of plans was the prudent thing to do no matter how you looked at it. It was also a way of satisfying whoever it was that screamed like a sissy.

Amazing. Trained to face off against supernatural undead hordes and they flip out at the first sign of hocus-pocus. So much for trained professionals.

Nevertheless, most of the people here knew what they were doing. Including Harding himself, who checked his own parachute before securing the straps of the man in front of him. Years with the Rangers and Delta had ingrained the art of parachuting into his very bones and the movements came as second nature to him. But perhaps not so much to the man infront of him. A man who Harding suddenly recognized as one of the Special Agents in his last Seattle op. And he didn't seem to happy with the idea of parachuting.

"Sir, you okay?"


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Cyber78
Posted: Apr 5 2007, 03:01 AM


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Group: FVZA Agent Command
Posts: 535
Member No.: 2
Joined: 16-November 05



No big deal, you've seen this done before. Just think back to that one movie with the elephant in Vietnam... Operation Dumbo Drop I think it was... Lovely... I'm about to jump out of an airplane and my only reference on what I'm doing is a Disney movie... I thought.

"Oh yeah, I'm fine. Just ate some bad deep dish pizza, that's all." I replied to the agent behind me who was looking over my chute.

Well I think that was the worst lie I've ever told. Since when was there such thing as bad deep dish pizza? Oh right, sausage pizza. Yuck, sausage as good as it is never belongs on pizza. I thought to myself as I secured my gear in preparation for jumping into the equivalent of a shark tank.


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Zippo
Posted: Apr 5 2007, 03:25 AM


Armory agent (ret.)


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 75
Member No.: 45
Joined: 3-December 06



Sam had quietly set down in a seat beside his friend Cyber. When the bomb threat came up on the screen he snorted dericivly at the newbie's panic. He'd been swabing the barrel of his 'new' M-79 grenade launcher. The old M1898 had served it's time, saving his life many times and had earned itself a place over the fireplace.

He stood up, slung his second bandolier of rounds over his HBT shirt. His whole uniform was an eclectic mess of the past half centuries uniforms. Sam's pants were old marine pattern, his boots rubber marine jungle boots. He slid broke the M-79, slid in a round of buck, stepped through the mess to the front.

"Goddamn parachutes!" He proclaimed grabbing one of the devices off the rack. He patted the guy behind Cyber on the back, "I hate this shit. At least you know you'll hit the ground." Sam had learned how to jump in a rather drunken service exchange tour with the Royal Marines and wasn't sure he could trust his memory.


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Agent Sam 'Zippo' Edison
FVZA Armory Chief
Captain; USMCR


"You, you, and you ... Panic. The rest of you, come with me."
- U.S. Marine Corp Gunnery Sgt.
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Pvt Serrano
Posted: Apr 5 2007, 03:28 AM


Hunter


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 68
Member No.: 65
Joined: 25-February 07



(Thanks for fixing the problem for me, Cyber)

Reminds me of that airdrop in Afghanistan Serrano thought with a smile. Here he was, years out of the military, and yet he was about to jump out of a plane into a combat zone. Not usually something that makes you smile. It was then that he remembered the old song his jump teacher had made him memorize.

"He was just a rookie trooper and he surely shook with fright
He checked off his equipment and made sure his pack was tight;
He had to sit and listen to those awful engines roar,
You ain't gonna jump no more!

Gory, gory, what a helluva way to die,
Gory, gory, what a helluva way to die,
Gory, gory, what a helluva way to die,
He ain't gonna jump no more! "

The skittish agent behind him was obviously a bit perturbed
"Hey man! C...C...Can you cut that out?" Serrano smiled and continued, skipping to a later verse. Hopefully it would keep the other guy nervous enough so he'd be on his guard.

" He hit the ground, the sound was "Splat," his blood went spurting high,
His comrades then were heard to say: "A helluva way to die!"
He lay there rolling round in the welter of his gore,
And he ain't gonna jump no more. "

"Come on man! Cut it out!"

"There was blood upon the risers, there were brains upon the chute,
Intestines were a'dangling from his Paratrooper suit,
He was a mess; they picked him up, and poured him from his boots,
And he ain't gonna jump no more."

"Seriously! Stop it!"

Serrano sighed. "Lighten up, man. Jesus, you're more scared'n a lost dog in Chinatown. You'll be fine. These chutes almost always work."

"Almost?!"


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Looks like your luck ran out about the same time your ammunition did.

Patience my ass! I'm gonna kill something!
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Zippo
Posted: Apr 5 2007, 03:48 AM


Armory agent (ret.)


Group: FVZA Agents
Posts: 75
Member No.: 45
Joined: 3-December 06



He grinned wickidly at the jittery man in line ahead of him, "Now don'y worry yer head boy just get out and pull the cord and you'll live long 'nough for a zombie to eat your lower intestine!"

As the other man blanched, Sam stepped up in line so he was behind Serrano, who was behing Cyber, and the other kid, "Good to see you in on this. Not enough of these ones know what they're doing."


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Agent Sam 'Zippo' Edison
FVZA Armory Chief
Captain; USMCR


"You, you, and you ... Panic. The rest of you, come with me."
- U.S. Marine Corp Gunnery Sgt.
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