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Topic: The Day They Woke Up on the Wrong Side of Reality
Subject: The Quiet One... Quite True...


Galen didn't speak much the remainder of the night. His blade had tasted blood, if the ill ichor that may have remained within the zombies could be called that, and it wasn't something he was proud of. On the online game, Ragnarok, he had slaughtered numerous zombie monsters and wraiths and other undead creatures, specifically with his high priestess, but this was different. It was surprising that his emotions hadn't rooted him to the spot in combat, yet the drive to survive was one thing that overrode all else, and drove him to attack. Still, he was thankful... at least those things weren't alive... and so he didn't kill anyone.

And suddenly his train of thought shifted along a very different route.

Death... the thirteenth Arcana. Harbinger of change, among the largest possible being death. The other largest... being something he sought. One does not lightly change what they are...

In that regard, he was very much alone... to be alone, number nine... the Hermit. Galen looked at the card in his hand. Although he didn't mind the picture, it wasn't the best. He chuckled inwardly... then again, only a few things truly did match his tastes. He shrugged. What else was new? But, if he guessed right as to what the card would allow him to do, he hoped he would be able to use the card soon.

Galen glanced toward the sleeping form of Lady Emerita. Having been on the top of the carriage, he didn't really see her at all... He sighed. If he was to be honest with himself, he was avoiding her. Envy? Perhaps that was it... he probably was a bit envious of her. Although, if he thought about it, it really shouldn't have been unexpected.

Before falling asleep, he looked up at the night sky. It was one thing for people to seek power, but what do they use that power for? Galen knew what he would use his for... the only thing he wanted to do, and the only goal he had so far in this place. If that made him selfish, so be it. People were entitled to have some selfishness in their lives, so long as it didn't severely hurt others.

He felt a bit of a change, as though a key had unlocked a door in his mind. At first it was bizarre, but thinking in retrospect, he began to understand. The power to draw upon one's will to bring wishes into reality was based on one's understanding of oneself. By being honest with himself, and acting accordingly, he'd be able to grow stronger... and hopefully would be able to assert himself more... and then... he'd be able to fulfil his wish.

Galen had a good, dreamless sleep that night.

Posted on 2009-07-05 at 05:08:19.

Topic: The Day They Woke Up on the Wrong Side of Reality
Subject: Affirmative


As the zombie in front of him avoided the blade, Galen couldn't help but think, Why am I trying to be so accurate anyway? I'm out of practise, and I'm just trying to be a distraction so Ben survives a bit longer...

Thankfully, with that as his deemed objective, it was successful, for the zombie swiped a fist at him rather than Ben. He was about to consider another slash attempt when something broke his train of thought. Specifically, a loud shout from beside him.

"Go help the others, that guard back there is looking rather pale!"

Galen had half a mind to say there was no need to shout... but then again, this was combat, and although there was no steel-on-steel clashes, there could very well be later on, so it helped if one got used to shouting anyway. Unfortunately for Galen, he did not possess a voice suited to shouting, so he decided against a reply, letting his actions speak for him.

Watching the zombie in front of him carefully, Galen timed himself so that he stepped back right when the zombie went to punch. Once out of arm's reach of the zombie, Galen turned and quickly sprinted. Thankfully, although track and field was never his forte, he was a decent sprinter for relay and other short runs. He quickly ran up to the other mounted guard, but on the opposite side of the zombie, since even if the zombie was mindless, being in such a position would be beneficial to both the guard and himself.

Once in position, Galen steeled himself mentally, panting slightly as normal from the run, but holding up his blade to be ready for an attack.

(Alrighty, taking the 'withdraw' action, and running up to the square 'L-2', so that I'd be flanking the zombie with the guard. I counted squares, and I can run around the zombie avoiding his threatening range. No other action this round, but next will obviously be an attack on the zombie)

Posted on 2009-07-02 at 03:00:46.

Topic: The Day They Woke Up on the Wrong Side of Reality
Subject: Hark! A post from the butterfly!


As the zombie in front of him fell at the stroke of Ben's sword, Galen's eyes did a quick check of his surroundings. There didn't seem to be any other zombies besides the initial ones that had appeared, but he cast a glance away from the others anyway, just to be sure. He was not one to take chances. Satisfied that there would be no immediate ambush by unseen unliving servants, Galen brought his attention back to the immediate conflict, and he quickly saw where he could be useful.

Ben had not stopped his swing, and had instead gone on to strike another zombie by him. It appeared there was also a second immediately next to him and poised to strike. Now, Galen knew that Ben liked to prove his worth against many odds, but given the situation, he was sure a quick slash by him wouldn't hurt. He quickly shifted his stance, shuffling along, until he was beside Ben. Finally, Galen brought his blade to bear against the zombie in front of him. A quick slash against the zombie's torso about 30ยบ from the horizontal was decided upon, and so Galen swung...

Posted on 2009-06-30 at 23:33:19.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: Well... since you ask so nicely


Kate blinked. She had to admit she was a bit surprised; organics by nature didn't often associate droids to be very free-willed, and usually just assumed that they go by or with whatever their 'owner' chooses. Still, just the offer simply being there was enough for Kate to smile.

"It's been a while since I was a bodyguard... but maybe I should try it again. Besides, if Arrune is going too, there's no way I won't do the same; she's probably the only one who could put me back together if needed anyway." Kate replied.

Admittedly, although she kept referring to how she was a bodyguard, Kate truly did not have much data regarding what or who she protected, as well as who her original designer was. It left her feeling just a bit incomplete, with a few gaps in her memory... all she knew was that they were there because of some memory wipes, done for legal reasons. It was just one of the reasons she hated memory wipes.... the 'feeling' of emptiness associated with them, even if droids supposedly didn't have feelings. Arrune had told her that Kate was a bodyguard of someone in an illicit group before it was caught and disbanded, and therefore the memory wipe was so that Kate wouldn't be able to aid in the restructure or aid in the formation of another group, but that was about all that could be pieced together.

The recollection brought a slightly colder look to Kate's holographic face. "... I won't require a memory wipe after this, correct?" She asked, her voice's tone slightly dangerous.

Posted on 2009-06-29 at 22:56:47.

Topic: Auguries of Destruction - The Linsemptus
Subject: The Fifth Day


Dawn approached as normal, save for the now-familiar crack breaking the sky in twain. Yet, at dawn the party quietly assembled. Few words were exchanged, since there was no need for them; words could wait until after they reached their destination.

Riding at a decent pace across the plains, it was impossible to tell exactly where the barrier between the two worlds was when one glanced off to the side. Where would the Linsemptus be unable to touch? Unwilling to take a chance, although they would be at the border and thus unlikely to come across resistance at this point, Mitsuru deemed that the party's path would not go close to the border at all, and would pass through a small farming village along the way.

Perhaps the lack of people along the route might have been a warning, or the lack of sound except for the wind... but there was little in the way of wildlife. Burrows hidden underground lay abandoned; dens in the tall grass were bare, and not a bird could be seen in the sky. The influence of the Linsemptus overthrew the natural order, being something not supposed to be in this world, thus the natural world rejected it, and avoided it.

Even predators didn't have a reason to prowl the plains... or at least, most predators. Reaching the town, or rather, the remains of the town, the party stopped briefly at the wasted ruins. Buildings were torn down or burnt to ash, storehouses were laid bare to see them pillaged, and a few humanoid bodies could be seen among the destruction.

A few figures were neither dead nor still, however. Barring the path, a roughly humanoid person resembling a rat more than anything else stood in the way of the party. He snickers once or twice, before giving a shrill whistle. As one, a number of other rat-like humans crept out of hiding, surrounding the party. From a tent in the centre of the village, a large creature could be seen emerging from it. It was a majestic wolf, although its bright red eyes clearly deemed it to be something more sinister. Or at least, it appeared to be a wolf, until it reared back on its hind legs, revealing it to merely have a wolf head and a fur cloak, concealing a very hairy humanoid body underneath. Strangely, the werewolf wears fingerless gloves of unwashed and dirty white material, as well as a blood red ruby amulet. Its fiery and cold eyes glares at the party.

"This is our turf, and if you wish to pass, you'll need to pay the toll." He says, his voice rough and coarse coming from a form more suited for growling and howling than talking. "So... your things or your lives... what will it be?"

(There is a total of 9 wererats, spaced evenly around the party. They're armed with various utensils; 3 have swords in one hand and each have a strange stick in the other hand (one stick is a vivid red, another is a vivid blue, and the last is a vivid yellow), 2 are carrying an assortment of daggers carried on overloaded belts crossed over their chests, and the other four have pole-axes. They all look about ready to try to forcibly dismount a few members of the party.

The werewolf I have described, but another detail regarding the werewolf is that one of his eyes is fiery and brightly burning, while the other seems dim and cold.

Anyways, you have a number of options... one of which is you can indeed attempt to overrun the were-creatures and bypass them entirely, but that's up to you. The creatures are standing about 10 feet away at closest, so it's easy to whisper and converse to each other as well.

I think that's everything... and so update is finally finished! Yays! )

Posted on 2009-06-29 at 22:32:05.

Topic: Auguries of Destruction: The Linsemptus - Q/A
Subject: I'm sorry


Well, I should've mentioned my leave earlier, but I went to visit a few friends I hadn't seen in a couple years (including a plane flight), and as you can guess, I haven't been on RDI at all during that time.

I do intend to update, since I'm positive there is interest remaining, and I realize I should be a bit more lenient with my updates, taking into account actions that should not need to be posted for unless desired.

The fifth day update will be posted as soon as I've done it...

Again, sorry about the delay ^^;

Posted on 2009-06-19 at 04:08:33.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: The Butterfly's Post


Although the discussion had taken an interesting turn, it really wasn't in Kate's interest all that much. If it was the Jedi's own business, then it would remain that way until it was time to disclose it; this was just proven by his own words.

"I don't recall having been here before." Kate murmured aloud, looking to the others inquiringly, "I suppose, since this is a militaristic planet, that there wouldn't be much in the way of a gambling institution such as a casino, would there?"

The nature of gambling, although mainly a matter of chance and illogical to most droids, actually fascinated Kate. There was something about it that just seemed interesting, mainly how, despite the nature of chance, one could seemingly alter one's odds through such concepts of fate or destiny. Most droids would consider such a thing so illogical that they would dismiss it entirely, but Kate was not most droids. True, she had to admit the notion was a bit strange, but her personality and neural network syntax was designed from a human basis, and therefore by extension was the source of her fascination. Perhaps it would be bothersome, or illogical, but Kate wouldn't never get rid of it; that is part of who she was, part of what set her different than others.

Still, all that aside, there was one thing needed in order to set up for an excursion to a casino, but she'd have to ask Arruna about that later, if there was a casino in the first place.

Posted on 2009-06-19 at 04:06:11.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: I'm very sorry


Well, I should've mentioned my leave earlier, but I went to visit a few friends I hadn't seen in a couple years (including a plane flight), and as you can guess, I haven't been on RDI at all during that time.

I'm sorry if there's been a delay on my part, but, reading over the additions to the situation, there's not much for Kate to add in terms of the storyline. I will do what I can, since I do have an idea, but I don't think it'll progress much, although I may be wrong... you can never tell what a GM might have planned

Posted on 2009-06-19 at 03:55:17.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: Gamble...


How much to offer, and how much they would want and take without arousing suspicions... two unknowns variables, with no reference constants.

It is a gamble Kate thought to herself, Unfortunately, my logic drive isn't suited towards gambling right now...

She had never done anything such as bribery before. True, while she may have been a bodyguard for an individual that was outside of the law, she herself had never done anything unlawful; it would just be too bothersome to hide, especially as a droid, whose memory could be either accessed or hacked if the circumstances allowed for it.

Yet... at the same time, Kate couldn't help but wonder about this situation... the request to dismantle her in particular was extremely bizarre; although she was human-sized, her internal components took up so much of that space that it would be impossible to smuggle an individual within her. Not to mention, her internal storage could easily be displayed without the requirement of her being taken apart. It was only enough room for her vibroblades and a few computer datacards anyway. What those cards held wasn't even illegal; most of them were just backup copies of her numerous systems files. The other one was a set of system files with suggestions and advice and illogical drives for gambling.

Although it wasn't usually the nature of droids to have intuition, Kate's intuition kept telling her something was amiss. Unfortunately for her, she had no internal comlink, nor did anyone else probably have a comlink to connect to, and outright conversation was too risky. Conflicted, without a visible course of action, Kate simply stayed still, unmoving and unspeaking.

Posted on 2009-05-31 at 00:48:44.

Topic: The Day They Woke Up on the Wrong Side of Reality
Subject: Beware my- wait, I probably already said that... in that case... ditto


Galen had to blink a couple times. While it was true that he generally was more active at night than during the day, he had already resigned himself to sleep just a few minutes earlier, and so was groggy..

But then something caught his eye, and woke him up. Well, actually it was two things. First were the two strange corpse-like bodies below him that his eye had happened to stray upon. Second was the burst of energy visible from a magical effect striking the driver Gamet...

That was enough for adrenaline to kick in. A quick assessment told him that what was happening on one side was likely happening on the other, so he shouted a quick alert.

After that, he leaned over the side of the carriage, forefinger and middle finger already poised in drawing the circle in the air. It was a swift movement, and the words he uttered were near incomprehensible from a combination of both low volume and unknown language.

Although, if one was really paying attention, the words vaguely sounded akin to 'togwr hq iijnpivgn, gtkmru yop!'

With those motions however, a sharp crack resounded through the area as another miniature bolt of lightning descended from Galen's fingertips.

(Electric Jolt on the zombie closest to me... pretty easy to figure out ^^)

Posted on 2009-05-28 at 05:30:52.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: Dismantle?!


Kate had to portray an image of surprise to her proposed dismantling. Since when did any droid need to undergo such a routine? Something was definitely amiss...

"... if you do under most dire circumstance have to so 'dismantle' me, I will have to warn you that there is a good likelihood that you will not be able to perfectly restructure my physical system." Kate stated quite clearly, "I was built a customized bodyguard droid. My flight system, in particular, is very complex; if one of my armour plates is set incorrectly, it could very well compromise the system. It would be easier for both parties if I simply gave you the details of my design. For reasons of security, I would also request that it not go beyond the eyes of the inspector; should my blueprints be published, it is possible that an offender could use it to find out any exploitable flaw, and thus jeopardize my function. Is this unsatisfactory?"

And I'm not about to let myself be deactivated by complete strangers, regardless of who they represent. I doubt they'd understand, but it's a very legitimate fear... There's almost no guarantee any stranger can give to me that they won't tamper with my programming or personality... Kate resolved internally.

Posted on 2009-05-24 at 06:10:35.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: Unconcerned


Kate was quite tempted to tell Arrune off. If she had misplaced the scans or anything, not only would there be the possibility of someone replicating Kate's design, but it'd also be a simple matter for someone to look over her design flaws. Yet, at the same time, she knew why Arrune had done it. As much of a risk as it was, it was also a precaution... one that wouldn't have been taken if there wasn't a desire for protection.

So, Kate simply smiled.

"Thank you."

~~~

Kate truly didn't have any concerns upon the detainment. News of the attack by the Mandalorians likely had already spread, and so they needed to be sure that the ship was indeed only carrying refugees, and not harbouring any spies or other things. A matter of security, nothing more, and nothing less. She knew that all too well... security often compromised hospitality, at least under first impressions. That was something she knew as a prior-bodyguard. It would do no good to rush them, and would make her look bad as well. So Kate simply relaxed. Still, it wouldn't do any harm to be sure.

"This is just a security routine, correct?" Kate asked of the officer, "In any event, would you prefer us to wait on the ship until called for questioning, or is there another location that would be better?"

Posted on 2009-05-18 at 08:34:23.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: Apologies...


I've been helping my parents renovate the house... we have company on tuesday too.

I'm sorry I haven't posted... I'll do what I can right now, although I'm up pretty late as it is...

Posted on 2009-05-18 at 08:14:09.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: And there is a question mark...


This was unexpected... Not to mention unprecedented. For a moment, Kate was at a bit of a loss, as she took the datacards, her holographic face unchanging and passive.

A cross referral of the vocal tone as well as the posture of Arrune suggested hints of trepidation, although as to why, Kate couldn't be sure. There were numerous possibilities, but only a few were likely... and there was only one way to be sure.

"Why did you have them?" Kate asked, her tone displaying a bit of surprise, but neutral in other regards.

Posted on 2009-05-10 at 08:23:53.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: Where to, nobody knows...


Kate looked over the schematics for the various locations which were available to hyperjump to first, before walking over to the pilot.

"If my opinion is wanted, I suggest a jump to Ord Mantell. The military force already present there may be sufficient to ward of pursuit. Admittedly, it is also the one of the most probable hyperjumps that we'd take, and so there's a good likelihood of them knowing where we've gone. The alternative would probably be Adumar; its ecological basis indicates the presence of multiple geographical features, which is useful to hide in if we need to keep low for a while. That is my opinion on the matter." Kate suggested, before returning to the others.

Kate then nodded to Arrune, not bothering to wink or anything to show that she understood; she knew the other preferred to be more discreet. She walked with her down to the engineering bay. Although she was capable of 'modifying' things, she was definitely not as skilled at it as Arrune

Posted on 2009-05-06 at 16:06:05.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: The Unsung Heroes
Subject: ... don't like rats


In the dark, hearing and feeling the rumbling within the walls and ceiling, Linnix would've attributed it to an earthquake, were it not for the lack of motion of the earth around her.

She couldn't see what was happening, or the rodents swarming her, but she definitely felt them. The urge to scream was only quelled by the fear that if she opened her mouth, one of the filthy rodents would get into it.

Linnix nearly lost the capacity to think, to be paralysed by both fear and disgust, but somehow, she retained enough of her composure to take action. Relying on memory alone, Linnix dove and tumbled or stumbled back, towards the door where she came in, hoping to loose some of the creatures on her along the way.

(Trying to get out of the swarms at least...)

Posted on 2009-05-04 at 07:27:57.

Topic: This was hell
Subject: ... are you real?


Cindi was about to answer that she didn't know the name of the other person she saw, but it seemed unnecessary, for at that moment, the missing person arrived.

Cindi listened to the man, the one referred to as Cathedral. To her, his words did not make any sense at all... or well, a considerable portion of them anyway... was he even real?

"Am I hallucinating?" Cindi asked, even as she continued to follow Cathedral and Herman anyway, "Am I crazy?"

That last question seemed to spark something within her... a memory? Nope. The moment she tried to concentrate on it, it was gone.

"Oh well, I'll do it anyway; it's not like I have anything else to try really." Cindi murmured to herself.

And so, she visualized a plain of grass, uncertain as to what Cathedral was trying to have happen. She wasn't sure if she should trust him, but if he was going to try to leave, she might as well stick around.

Posted on 2009-04-29 at 17:27:45.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: Time to Fly


Out of the corner of her visual sensor receptors, Kate could see the Jedi falling back, taking up position to guard his charge. It was something that she herself would have done, had she still been a bodyguard, and still had a charge.

Well, now was not the time to consider such things. Kate's primary attributes focused on melee combat, so she was not the best at providing ranged support. Taking this into consideration, and noting the position of the Jedi, she decided it was time to go.

She held out her arms straight out on either side of her, arranging them to be evenly spread out. With a fair bit of mechanical whirring, the metal plates on her arms rearranged themselves, revealing the wires and intricate systems underneath as they connected the arms together with what vaguely resembled a take on the wings of a bat. Furthermore, ignition boosters folded out from her ankles and her back. She quickly blasted into the air, making her way to the transport ship.

(She'll land on top of the ship with her magnetic feet, shift back to walking form, and use one of the hatches on top of the ship to enter)

Posted on 2009-04-29 at 17:17:44.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: Sheesh, you'd think I'd be needed to do more than open doors...


Kate dumped her gathered things onto Arruna-dira's speeder, before running towards the blast door in question in response to the Jedi's request. If she had to fly later on, she wouldn't be able to carry much with her. Still, even though she was going to help, she did not intend to be the last person there; she knew droids generally were seen as more expendable, and so knew better than to risk it.

Upon reaching the door, Kate paused for a moment, making sure she'd be ready to either help provide fire cover or run.

"Alright, I'm opening the door!" Kate called.

(Kate's going to sheath her vibroblade, and ready her other blaster-hand before opening the door. When the door opens, she'll provide cover as best she can with her shots initially... but if things get out of hand, she's probably going to run (or fly if there's enough time))

Posted on 2009-04-26 at 07:42:14.

Topic: Buried Secrets Q&A
Subject: I'm still here!


I've been a bit flakey as well... but I am still here.

The city-phobic cleric is fun, so I'd like to continue with her ^^

Posted on 2009-04-24 at 17:29:26.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: Enemy number 1 or 2?


Kate paused for a moment, considering which enemy to go after. Sure she could go after the one bothering the wookie, but it was probably going to be felled without her assistance... That settled it then.

Taking a few paces around to get a clear shot, Kate fires at the enemy battle droid by Arruna'dira.

(I'm very sorry about it being short... and late *sweatdrop*... if I think of something to add, I'll edit it in)

Posted on 2009-04-20 at 16:22:09.
Edited on 2009-04-20 at 16:23:09 by Reralae

Topic: Forgotten Realms: The Unsung Heroes
Subject: Even if I can't see...


It was difficult for Linnix, to say the least. Even in the descent, she had to learn not to use her vision as her primary sense. Her vision was lacking, and so she had to look to her hearing and touch to make up for it. However, she still could use her sight, since the light provided by Dylan's spell did light her way.

Upon reaching the vacant room, something was gnawing at the back of Linnix's mind. Something seemed... off. Unfortunately, there was little else to do but to investigate; to hesitate would probably not be the wisest of actions. They had time, true enough, but in these circumstances, the only thing that could be done was to move forward.

Linnix saw Aelistae move forward, and her beckoning to Linnix. Linnix nodded to herself. Not that I'd let you go alone anyway. She added internally, as she almost mirrored Aelistae in following, staying low to the ground.

Posted on 2009-04-20 at 05:59:59.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: The Unsung Heroes
Subject: Alrighty, I'm here!


[slight backpost, sorry for being late!]

Linnix nodded grimly to herself. While it made sense that they would need light... there was also a problem with that...

"Sarnor lu' venorik, ke." She murmured, more to herself than to any of the others, before speaking louder, "It'll probably be more difficult, but we might have to try to avoid using light, or at least avoid letting others see it. Light will spread fairly easily down there, and will let us be spotted more easily."

She thought for a moment, before continuing, "Are any of us good at drawing maps? It might be handy to make one as we go, especially if the goblins have made their own additions to the mine, so that we don't get lost. I'm not sure how likely that is, but it'd probably be better not to risk it."

I don't want anyone to get lost... either physically or through an ambush. Linnix resolved. She walked over to Aelistae's side, looking down the entrance of the mine, and into the darkness.

"Usstan daewl Usstan gumash kyorl wun l'olath." Linnix said, her voice giving away a hint of irritation, "Usstan xun inbal folbol nindel orn'la ori'gato uns'aa, jhal Usstan xuat ssinssrin ulu kl'ae ol ditronw tarthe..."

[I wish I could see in the dark. I do have something that would let me, but I don't want to use it right away...]

It wasn't that Linnix wanted to keep the others out of her conversation, but it was more to make sure that she did know the language, and could be understood with it. After all, the only way one can keep a language memorized is if they keep using it.

[caught up now]

Linnix entered after Talus, walking alongside Dylan, her longbow held in front of her.

"Mind your sheath." She murmured to Dylan, "I know a couple of thieves that ended up in a pretty sorry state, simply because they gave themselves away by letting their dagger sheaths at their ankles hit the furniture they were sneaking by."

Linnix giggled. It wasn't quite true, but it was still good advice.

Posted on 2009-04-15 at 00:26:38.
Edited on 2009-04-15 at 00:27:34 by Reralae

Topic: Forgotten Realms: the Unsung Heroes Q/A
Subject: Oh...


Don't forget to take off the ruby listed under Linnix's wealth... I definitely spent it

Posted on 2009-04-14 at 23:45:45.

Topic: Star Wars: Dark Masques
Subject: Stay down!


Kate nodded grimly at the fallen enemy before her. As a bodyguard, she did have a priority to finish off her opponents, since even if they were on the brink of death they could survive, but she wasn't a bodyguard anymore, and there were things of higher priority on her list. Namely, incapacitating the other enemies still standing.

(I'm not quite sure where Kate is in relation to the other enemies, so she'll go for the nearest non-lightsaber using one, preferably moving closer before charging at them with her blade, but otherwise moving closer and shooting)

Posted on 2009-04-14 at 23:43:45.

 


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