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Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« on: September 27, 2018, 01:14:33 AM »
This is a continuation of a RP on another forum:

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The sound of weapons fire kept Chi'ka somewhat near the ground, not out of fear, but because mixed in with the enemies weapons were those of others that were flying over their heads and splashing across the sides of the hull of the Furi'ken. Lucky for us small arms fire is ineffective against the hull of a ship... she muttered to herself and watched as two more enemies went down from her crewmen's onslaught.

Soon, one of the enemy soldiers broke ranks and - pulling a knife - rushed Ay'indri and then another moved toward Micalio while a third made their way toward Barbanov. The last one standing looked around, their eyes falling upon Aiu'tarou and then looking toward Barbanov, apparently unsure whom to attack....

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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2018, 02:12:36 AM »
The surrounding world rushed back to Aiu'tarou the moment Barbanov pushed her gun down. She sighed in relief, glad to have some reassurance that her decision was okay.

But at that moment, she saw an enemy sprinting right toward Barbanov, knife in hand. Without hesitation, she pushed herself off the ground, letting the gun drop to the floor. Time felt like it slowed down for her as she pulled out her Seta'sis Sword and lunged to intercept the knife.

As long as I can move, I won't let them hurt you!

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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2018, 10:29:02 PM »
Micalio poked her head up in time to see the enemy rushing her position with weapons drawn. The red haired fox pointed her own needle pistol towards them and squeezed the trigger, finding she only had a few rounds left as the mechanism clicked signalling she needed to reload. "Guys I'm out! I need cover!" She half yelled half squeaked, eyes widening as the enemy kept rushing her.
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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #3 on: September 30, 2018, 11:56:39 PM »
The Or'ion Agent continued laying down fire into this new group of enemies. Movement out of the corner of her eye drew her attention and from that, a charging Laibe knife in hand and a snarl firmly plastered across their muzzle. She did not fall back but rushed at the rusher, sidearm forgotten and in its place, a sword and knife of her own. It was an unusual combination, one that seemed to suit her movements and stance. The longer sword swept upward in a riposte to deflect the incoming attack even as she moved in closer and slashed at her enemy's belly with the knife.

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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #4 on: October 03, 2018, 10:58:27 PM »
Barbanov was a little blindsided by the attack, only noticing the tango rushing them with a knife when it was almost too late for the golden-brown haired medical fox - though the boy did at least manage to throw himself on his back to avoid the attack and almost considered emptying his magazine into the enemy's kneecaps for going anywhere near his fellow medic with the adorably floppy ear.

Instead though, the boy drew one leg back and quickly shot it forward to drive his heel toward the opponent's groin with an effort-filled grunt of determination - that wouldn't've been much fun for them.

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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #5 on: October 08, 2018, 02:42:53 AM »
Chi'ka scowled at this suicide run, she knew that their enemy was desperate but she didn't expect them to be this desperate, as she raised her firearm and fired off a series of shots toward the one rushing toward Ay'indri, the other one that went after Aiu'tarou stumbled back after their knife had been parried, she stared at the Daur; a slight scowl on their face as she stared down their 'prey'.

Micalio's shots, despite being few, found a mark on the Laibe that was rushing her - as one stuck in the enemies chest just between the armor inserts and detonated, causing a spray of blood to hit the ground and the enemy to collapse in agonizing pain.

Barbanov's attack seemed to have its mark, a rather excruciating hit at that, as the boot landed between the Laibe's legs - the soldier let out a howl as they dropped their knife and placed a hand over their groin. Tears ran down the soldiers face from the pain as he looked at the Daur. "I can't believe you kicked me there..." the soldier muttered.

As far as the Agent's attack was, well, it didn't end well for that enemy either as the knife was deflected upward and caused the Laibe to stumble, only for the agent's knife to slice into their belly and caused some of their guts to spill out.

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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #6 on: October 08, 2018, 01:14:36 PM »
Alright, your attention is on me, Aiu thought, adjusting her hands and waiting to counter the knife again. She was confident she could stall the enemy for a while; her training was purely on defense with zero intent of offense. She was as good as a wall. More like a shield, that's a bit more elegant.

She wanted to glance at Barbanov to see if he was okay, but she knew not to look away from an opponent. "Barb, everything okay back th-" A high-pitched yelp answered her question.

"There you have it," Aiu said, addressing the Laibe assailant. She didn't want to hurt them, but she didn't want to see them horribly tortured either. "This is your chance to throw down your weapon and run. You really don't want to be tortured like the last guy, that... that was just not a good way to go..." She didn't mention that the Laibe would probably be shot in the back when running, but that probably wouldn't have helped her case. At least they would die instantly. Aiu immediately hated herself for thinking that, but it was true.

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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #7 on: October 14, 2018, 10:13:39 PM »
The sight and smell of fresh blood sent an almost primal thrill down her spine. Of which she firmly reined in as her knife was freed from the gaping wound. Crimson blood had dribbled down the knife's grip and onto her small hand. There wasn't enough to cause any slippage to hamper its use thankfully. After the Laibe's abdomen was introduced to a pointy sheet of forged titanium and plastic, her sword came back down in an overhanded slash. Seeing steaming guts was one thing, watching them die an excruciatingly slow death was another. And sadly she simply did not have the time to drag it out. It was do or die, kill or be killed.

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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #8 on: October 18, 2018, 09:17:10 PM »
He didn't smile at the enemy's pain, but Barbanov would be lying if he said the feeling of the soldier crumpling under his heel wasn't a tad satisfying - especially since it was helping keep his floppy-eared fellow medic safe.

Without taking his golden eyes off of the whimpering enemy, the golden-brown haired fox began carefully pulling himself upright with a slight wince as the injured leg was used - though in that moment there were clearly more pressing matters at hand.

"Do it! drop the knife!" Barbanov demanded, pointing his gun at their chest as he stood a little protectively in front of Aiu, pistol pointed at the enemy combatant's chest - there was a slight growl in the boy's voice as he spoke again.

"You don't need to end up in a bodybag but give me a reason and I will fucking drop you!" it was a little unbecoming of the fox, he was usually so laid back and kind but they dared to try and hurt Aiu - he wasn't 100% why it was this ally in particular that he chose to be so protective over, especially after only having just met her but Barb's blood was boiling.

He never had been a master of his own anger and he'd probably apologise for being so vocal a little later but right now the Medic's finger half-squeezed down on his sidearm's trigger just in case they tried anything.
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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #9 on: October 20, 2018, 08:34:57 PM »
Micalio winced hearing the sounds coming from the Laibe but calmly reloaded and fired once more to put the enemy out of their misery at least, she wasn't meant to be fighting like this she was an engineer for crying out loud. But the red haired fox already knew she would do whatever she had to since her time on the open battlefields had taught her well.

"Enemy down, how many more do we have?" She asked looking around and seeing Barbanov and Aiu still engaged with another. She raised her own weapon intending to put a few spikes through his head and end it there but hesitated. If they were in a standoff maybe something important was happening.
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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #10 on: October 25, 2018, 06:08:12 PM »
Chi'ka watched, listened; the enemy had been broken, those that still stood seemed to give up and dropped their weapons.

She raised her pistol, and glanced at those still standing in turn. There were moans from the injured, it was clear that this must've been a hasty attack since the enemy seemed rather unprepared to encounter resistance from them.

The group that the Laibe had been running from appeared in the opening, stopping short of going through it and then shouting something that sounded like a code - Chi'ka responded and a mixed group of Daur and My'leke appeared. "Thanks for the assist," the lead Daur said she approached Chi'ka and her group.

"What is going on?" Chi'ka asked, her pistol still out due to the presence of their enemy.

The Daur let out a sigh and looked toward the Laibe. "It is as you see, the terrorists launched an attack on the northern sector of the city, then dropped a team into the central sector. We've lost contact with command and we've had word that there is fighting along the tunnels leading to the cities central power station." The Daur gestured to her soldiers to tie up the prisoners. "My men can take it from here, we don't have a ship, but you do. Could you provide support on the northern sector?" she asked.

"We can, keep in mind that we don't have a full crew though," Chi'ka responded, shifting her weight and looking up at her ship.

"That is fine, so long as you can provide support fire and get your infantry into combat. My men will take these prisoners in and then head for the main reactor, also, in regards to command... have you heard anything?" The daur inquired.

Chi'ka rubbed her chin, then looked at Ay'indri. "Any word on the comm's?" she ased.

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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #11 on: October 26, 2018, 06:48:06 PM »
The agent stared at the deceased enemy laying limp before her. Too quick, and entirely too clean. Well, minus the entrails resting like the wet sacks of soft tissue they were. Ay'indri added further disrespect of the deceased by wiping their own blood on the dead Laibe's coveralls. At the approach of this new mixed group of the Kingdom's soldiers, the tiny, jet-haired Daur's countenance went stony as she listened.

That ship from earlier? she wished to add at the mentions of the north sector. It caused her tail to sway ever so slightly. Feeling eyes on her, Ay'indri turned to Chi'ka. Comms? It made her wonder as well if anything had happened since their hurried flight to the hangar.

Ay'indri pulled her communicator out, after sheathing her knife. On its touch screen, the agent flicked her thumb back and forth for a moment. On speaker, she held it close trying to find if the base's wider commnet was still jammed.

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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #12 on: November 08, 2018, 12:24:35 AM »
All that Ay'indri would hear was bits of a conversation going on between the control tower that they'd monitored earlier, and someone else:

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Tower: How many are there?
Unknown: At least a single company.
Tower: Direction?
Unknown: West side of the city, the area that is still under construction.
Tower: Anyone intercepting?
Unknown: The militia is, but the last message from them was that they are holding the line but need reinforcements.
Tower: Didn't the commander send any?
Unknown: Not that I am aware of, so far the base commander hasn't responded to our requests for --- ah shit!. *static*
Tower: What's wrong? Hey! Respond?! *static*, crap.. what the hell is going on with the commander?

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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #13 on: November 08, 2018, 11:25:11 PM »
Listening, Ay'indri's lips drew down into an ever deepening frown. Well, now she knew where that transport from earlier had went. Or at least she theorized. Leaving the communicator open, the short Daur looked up. She had nothing to say on the subject beyond one word: "Orders?"

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Re: Furi'ken, Prologue - Into Darkness We Go! Part 1
« Reply #14 on: November 14, 2018, 10:43:08 PM »
Barbanov let out a loud sigh as the enemy gave up, a thankful sigh that dropped the boy's shoulders as his head dipped forwards - the medical fox's ears drooped slightly as his pistol's safety was flicked on and he turned back around to face Aiu with those large, golden eyes that beamed apologetically.

"I... sorry about that..."Barb's voice trailed off as he gave an apologetic smile and rubbed the back of his neck, those white teeth piercing through the partially dried layer of grit and grime that covered his person - hair and fur alike were matted with filth and would take a good while to get clean but he was just happy to still be alive.

There was a pained wince as he turned around, the leg was still tender after his improvised field-treatment of it but otherwise Barb was uninjured - afterall most of that blood wasn't his.

"How about you Aiu? you okay?" the boy asked his gentler medic counterpart, taking a moment to look the floppy-eared Daur up and down for any injuries she might have - gingerly resting a hand on her shoulder.