Organized by Collection
Chapter Three - Awakening1976 - March, 5th - 1520 Hours
More Like This
It has been three months since the final assault of Blue was ruined by the Special OPS Mercenarys, those whom survived in Blue were jailed while the wounded from both teams were tended with aid from medics on and off field. One mercenary was taken off from the field first before any other, that was the Scout. In those three months he has been hospitalized with all they could have done; he was given little hope of survival since the week he was brought in, the doctors were studying his heart rate and all what they could research from him. Records show that his bone structure is somewhat 10% stronger then human, muscle mass is boosted 20% when adrenalin is activated in his system, "This information gives us that this mercenary is advanced for his position, too advanced," one doctor proclaimed. "As to what he suspected, which is why we need him to be as stable as possible before we do our experiment," another doctor in black clothing explained. "Yes... But a
The Intruder and a Question Unanswered (Request)
More Like This
Daphne waited slightly impatiently at the restaurant, her fingers drumming on her table. There was still no sign of Christian Brutal Sniper, her new boyfriend, and he was the one who arranged the date. She sighed, getting up to leave.
'Wait!! Daphne, love!!'
At long last, CBS ran up the street to the outside table. Daphne sighed as she sat back down.
'What took you so long?' Daphne asked.
'Sorry, love. The boys back at work were bugging me and made me late here. But I'd never skip out on ya, Daphne.' CBS assured, taking her hand and kissing it.
The night became one of the greats for Daphne and CBS. They talked about their work, their kill tatics, and their dreamed future. But, as they talked, Daphne noticed something odd about CBS. He never once mentioned about her looks, where he normally did, nor did he have any signs of a weapon on him, where he always brought some small knife under his jacket. And he told more jokes than usual, while CBS was always serious.
'Is something wron