In the late seventies through the early nineties, drug violence in South America only continued to escalate. A successful revolution by the IRA in Ireland encouraged similar revolts in central Africa that devolved into decades-long civil wars, and a USSR faction in the Russian government. Human trafficking for both the organ and the sex trades exploded between south-east Asia and eastern Europe. In the face of such chaos, government run militaries and agencies were too caught up in red tape to be effective in combatting these threats. Traditional armies abdicated their throne as international super-powers, and turned it over to the world of private military contractors.Thirty years later, the private military industry is a widely accepted fact of life, a necessary evil for the security of the world. While many people in the civilized world resent these men for what they represent, they are also aware that they need them, lest the world fall into the hellscape that it was once again.You are Jan Kowalski, a Polish special forces operator turned private military contractor. In return for cash and other liquid currency, you, and men like you go places national militaries can’t, and that local police forces won’t.IMPORTANT INFO:Twitter, for updates, details, and cancellations: https://twitter.com/ContractorQMLast Thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive/130635/Archive for all threads: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive.html?searchall=Contractor+questStat Sheet: http://pastebin.com/84MTDvaBQuest Info: http://pastebin.com/eQ2EDWhBLast time, on Contractor Quest: You went to a club, got laid, and teamed up with Solomon on a group he put together for a tech companies' tournament.
You turn to Solomon, and find him focused solely on a woman in a blue dress.“Everything okay, Hyun,” you ask, fairly sure where this is going.“That’s Clara Baker. They got Clara Baker to come to this thing,” he said, his eyes never leaving the blonde woman. You have to admit, you’re having a hard time taking your eyes off of her, too.“Solomon, who the flying fuck is Clara Baker,” you ask, trying to break him from his trance.“Oh, you know, only the most decorated Olypmic sharp shooter in history. The woman outshoots Marine Recon and Navy SEAL snipers, dude. It’s insane. If she’s here, we’re really going to have to stay out of the open. I’m pretty good with a rifle, but I don’t have shit on her. She’s good enough to have two of us down before we even hear the first report.”Well, that makes things interesting. Now, not only do you have to worry bout Williams running round with that damned Vector of his, every time you’re in view of an upper floor window might be the end of this little tournament for your team. Not to mention, it looks like she’s already got Solomon tied up somewhat. The man is looking so longingly, you’d might think he was a kid in a pet store window instead of a trained killer.>Fantastic. Just fantastic.>Wanna go talk to her? She’s alone.>You need to get your eyes back in your head, Hyun. This is serious.
>>142292>>Wanna go talk to her? She’s alone.Maybe we can have her join our side
>>142292This is weird. Slow night?
>>142501I know, right? Well, I've had an errand to run all day, so I think I'm gonna go do that. I'll be back in an hour or so. Hopefully it'll have picked up by then.
>>142292>You need to get your eyes back in your head, Hyun. This is serious.Not the time to fanboy but>Wanna go talk to her? She’s alone.Sup CQH
>>142292>Wanna go talk to her? She’s alone.>>142529You started in the middle of my commute.
Alright, I'm home. Writing.
You rolled your eyes. You didn’t realize snipers had fanboys, but here you are. Solomon drooling like a cartoon wolf over Jessica Rabbit, you couldn’t stand to see such a pathetic sight. Thus, you aren’t entirely sure why what came out of your mouth next, did.“Well, she doesn’t look like she’s with anyone. Want to head over?”Hyun snaps you a look, but almost immediately regained his composure. “Well, I mean, it might be a good idea to get a read on her. Never know what she might have planned for tomorrow.”You give him a sarcastic ‘uh-huh’, and begin to walk over with him. She smiles politely as the two of you sit down across from her. “Ms. Baker,” Solomon started. “I didn’t realize you’d taken into the contracting business.” You were surprised he wasn’t stuttering.She gave a short laugh that was, admittedly, adorable. “Oh, I haven’t. I was offered a position as a… Game changer, we could say. A wild card. I’ve already been here a few days, taking crash courses in combat shooting, hide selections, that kind of stuff. Turns out I have a knack for it. Who might you gentlemen be?”>Introduce both of you.>Introduce yourself.>This is Solomon's dream. Let him do the talking.
>>142977>>This is Solomon's dream. Let him do the talking.Good Guy WIngman
>>142977>This is Solomon's dream. Let him do the talking.Remember, we're the wingman here.
“I’m Solomon Hyun,” he starts, surprising you with his calmness, “and this is Jan Kowalski, of Impact! Solutions. Let me just say, I’m a huge fan. I dreamed a long time about shooting in the Olympics, but sadly, I’m much more effective on… well… moving targets, shall we say. Better under stress.”“Well,” she says, giving him a small smirk, “I’ll be sure to put you under plenty of stress out in the field tomorrow.”You see Solomon’s brain short circuit for a moment as he tries to figure out if that was flirting or a threat. You don’t want the poor guy to blow this. Better step in and wing-man this up.>Talk Solomon’s skills up>Question her abilities>Offer to buy drinks>Write in
>>143031Just pat him on the shoulder and fuck off, trial by fire
>>142598I was wondering where the guy who greets me every thread was. You had me worried, man.>>142633Hoping that's the case with most of you guys. Thinking a lot must be an hour or two behind me
>>143031>Well, Solomon is the best damn shot in the company. Be careful, I am sure tomorrow it won't be a walk in the park.
>>143031>Offer to buy drinks
“That may not be a good idea,” you say, trying to buy Solomon time to get his shit together. “Wouldn’t want Combatix’s ace to get put down too early, would we,” you finish, a hand on Hyun’s shoulder.Her eyes snap back to you, questioning. “So, you think he’s got a chance at getting me out there, do you?” There was an underlying question, there.“Well, I’d certainly do everything I could to help him,” you return, giving her a smirk of your own.She turns slowly back to Solomon, looking him up and down. “I’m not entirely sure that he’d need anyone’s help.”You can tell when you aren’t needed. If Hyun isn’t back online now, he never will be. You pay a passing bartender, and set two beers down on the table. You give him a nod of good luck, and turn back to the bar at large. Not much has changed. Williams is still at the bar, chatting with the tender, and there are three or four groups of contractors at various tables. There also sems to have been a tech team for Combatix that arrived while the two of you were talking to Clara.>Sit with another team>Sit with Colt Williams>Sit with the techies>Go back up to your room
>>143156>Sit with the techiesRemember, we're the tech guy for our team.Best to get some juicy tips about Combatix's new stuff.
I think I'm gonna call this for the night. We'll pick it up in the morning, and hopefully there are more people around. Sorry guys. We'll burn through it in the morning if I have to roll for decisions alone, though.
>>143192Hopefully we'll get a better response, and people can post on their phones from work. I know I won't be able to post until 10AM CST.
>>143192I was asleep but I'll be ready to go when you start up again
>>143156>>Sit with the techies
>>143156>Sit with the techiesMornin boss
Roll call, who do we have around?
>>144488Shit fuck I'm here
Looks like we've got the votes to sit with the nerds. Writing.
Hey, if you’re at a conference of the biggest battle-tech company in the world, you might as well try to dig something out of their eggheads. You wander over, and take a seat at their table.The four of you do the typical polite introductions, and they buy you a drink.“So, think you can give me a little heads up on what we’re dealing with tomorrow?”One, Mark, you think, starts speaking. “Oh, real cutting edge stuff. We managed to-” is as far as he managed to get before he gets an elbow in the ribs from a colleague. The elbow-er turns to you.“Sorry, man. Company policy. Everyone is supposed to get all the information tomorrow, at the same time, to avoid unfair advantages. You don’t have to wait too much longer, though. The briefing is at 10 tomorrow morning.Damn. You almost got something there. Now what?>Press the issue>Ask something else (specify)>Sit with someone else (specify)>Go back to your room
>>144535>Talk about the Combatix gear we've been using in the field, they love it when they get actual feedback from end userssee if we can't chum the waters a little bit
>>144535This seems like a good idea, my vote goes to>>144537
“Alright, that’s fair,” you start. “So, what about stuff already on the market? I’ve been using one of your guys’ holographic red dots, and man, I can actually hit stuff now. It’s crazy the difference those things make.” That’s not entirely true, but it doesn’t hurt to butter up the folks that make your life easier.“Oh, that’s great, but we’re more of a drone team,” the first one began, starting to pick up. “The smaller, more expendable stuff, not the armed mechs. We just released the DT-300 a few days ago, and so far it’s doing pretty well. You should consider picking one up. Definitely safer than stick your head around a corner to see what’s going on.”Definitely. You had a bit of experience using small personal’s in Poland, but haven’t had the cash, the time, or the need to pick one of your own up with Impact!. Could be worth your time, though, especially as your missions get harder.You tell them as much, and they start talking about the intricacy of using, repairing, and maintaining a personal drone. Enough, in fact, it’s a pretty good refresher course, and you gain a point in your hardware skill.>Ask another question (specify)>Sit with someone else (specify)>Go back up stairs>Other
>>144556>Buy them a round of drinks and get their contact details in case we want to get some stuff from them direct in the future.We should go see Colt after these guys.
So finish up, get a few contacts in the company, and go talk to Williams? Just making sure I got that right.Writing.
>>144556>>Otherstart asking questions about other kinds of gear, think about stuff that we may encounter tommrow, then ask along similar themes that way we are not asking for what we may see but we may hear about stuff they are exited to show the world and some of that stuff may be relevant to us. It lets them lead the conversation into what we want, classic diplomacy let them lead into your own questions as if its their own thought... Also Drones team...oh dear eyes in the sky tomorrow and more.
>>144580Yeah that sounds good.
>>144580lets do >>144586 first but then yeah
“So, anything else new up-and-coming that you are allowed to share with me?”“Eh, just the usual. A little better mechs, a little faster drones, and always a little closer to cybernetics, for whatever that is worth nowadays. Most of what you guys will be playing around with tomorrow will be open to the industry as training equipment. They don’t really let the teams discuss progress together too much, though, so afraid we can’t tell you the nitty-gritty on what other teams are working on. Some of them aren’t even in Texas.”So, really just the usual, then. Mechanicals are always getting upgraded. Stronger materials, longer battery life, faster mobility. On top of that, it seems like every other month there’s a news report about a ‘breakthrough in cybernetics’, and it’s starting to get a little old, seeing as they don’t even have anything more than prototypes or theories.You buy them all a drink to thank them for their time, and get some contact info out of them. You give them a small wave as you walk over towards the bar, where Colt Williams is sitting.If there was ever a dynasty in the private military industry, it was the Williams Family. Colt is already making a name on his own, but his father Dominic was a legend in his own right, and started, owns, and runs WarHorse Tactical. His grandfather, Jeremy, was one of the first to bring the industry into a new golden age, and the day he died in a motorcycle crash in Italy is still a sort of unofficial day of mourning for most contractors.Colt, in the public eye, at least, was a truly wholesome person. One wife that there are never scandals about or rumors over, and three kids that he talks about whenever he gets the chance.You saddle up on the bar next to him, and introduce yourself.“So, are you going to be out there tomorrow,” he asks, trying to get a feel for the opposition.“Yeah, one of the guys from Impact! Got drawn to pick a team, so here we are. How about you?”“Yup, I got here on straight invitation, though. Figured that was kind of cheating, so I’m playing lone-wolf out there. Would have felt wrong, you know?”You know. Any team Colt put together from the cream of the crop over at WarHorse would have wiped the table with just about anyone. Seeing as he didn’t get in through the lottery, there would been a lot of gnashing of teeth when the WarHorse teams kicked everyone’s ass like they were going up against booties.>Ask something (specify)>Sit with someone else (Specify)>Go back to your room>Other
>>144639maybe ask if he's ever worked with combat k9's and if he has if hes got any advice for training and working with onewe don't want to seem all fanboyish or try to scope him out for the competition, he'll see it immediatelythis anon is heading off for some much needed sleep now
>>144639I'd say let's go back to our room.
>>144639this >>144692and then bed
>>144639>>Go back to your room
>>144639>Go back to your roomDamn my need for money
“Say,” you ask. “Do you have any experience with dogs in the field?”“Personally, no. But a lot of the guys at the company have. If you want to get me you or your handler’s contact info, I can probably get you a handful of names and companies that would be a good start.” You buy him a beer for the time, and start for the door. You catch Solomon’s attention, and point at your fake watch, to remind him not to be out too late. He waves off your worries, and goes back to talking to Clara, who seems to be enjoying herself. Good for him.You reach the room to find the other three already asleep. You climb into bed, and drift off yourself.
I'll be back in about half an hour or so after I eat
>>144639>OtherIf its not too late then ask Williams about Clara.OrCheck the place out, see if there are any kill houses that we can use right now or other places that can give us a small warm up before the next day.>16hr & 28 minutes agoI should be checking the twitter more often I guess.
Eaten and writing.
Also, if any of you are sciencey, this next little bit is going to be a little cringey. Bear with me, and give me the creative license.
You wake up the next morning to the sounds of someone getting ready. It’s Cooper, stepping out of the shower.“You’re the only one up,” he says. “Looks like you get first dibs at the shower now.”As you step out, you find the rest of the guys getting dressed or waiting for the shower, including Solomon. You hadn’t really expected him to wake up here.“She’s not like that,” he says in response to your questioning look. “Honestly, neither am I, so that all works out fine. She’s cool, though.”You congratulate him, and continue small talk until everyone’s ready. You make your way down to the event center, where about 200 contractors are sitting on folding metal chairs. A few technical people are wandering around, and milling about on the stage with some sort of large, curtained centerpiece. Looks like they’ll be unveiling a pretty big deal for this.You take your seat, and wait for the show to begin. You don’t have to wait long.“Ladies and gentleman,” says the business-suited man on the stage. “You have been invited here today to help us test out the newest, coolest, and most top of the line training equipment on the market. Years of research and millions of dollars have gone into this product, and we hope it’s worth every penny. May I present to you,” he goes on, grabbing the black curtain in the middle of the room, “The Combatix Combat Simulator Suit, or the CSS.”He pulls down the curtain to reveal what looks like a drysuit with faint lines crisscrossing it, and a clear, plastic facemask.“This innovative suit is the next level in combat simulation. No longer will your opponents be held to their honor on being hit. The CSS can calibrate exact damage that would be done in a combat scenario, and a thin layer of ferrofluid within the suit will slow, limit, and change movement based on the anticipated wound. Veterans the world over have compared it to actual wounds received in the field. Get shot in the arm? That arm no longer works as well as the other. Experiencing blood loss? The fluids tighten the body, making movement more sluggish and difficult. It will fit seamlessly under any clothes worn in a combat environment. Under-powdered, rubber bullets will be used, but other options, such as lasers, are in development as we speak. Thank you for your time, and if you could follow my assistants to the armory, we’ll get you suited up, and loaded out, and get you out to the field.” He leaves the stage, and the people milling about begin directing foot traffic towards the proper areas.
>>144917Once you are suited up, you are handed a vest similar to your Improved Tactical Outfit and a pair of grenades marked ‘SIMULATION’, then ushered into the armory. Nearly any weapon you can imagine is in there. Grenades, rifles, shotguns, pistols, machine guns, even melee weapons like machetes, knives and tomahawks, though the edges are dulled. You are told to take your pick, and load into your team’s van for transport.>Choose, by name, one long gun, one pistol, and one melee weapon, as well as any accessories.You see your team mates going about the armory like kids in a candy shop. They choose the following.>Cooper: M249 and a combat knife. He has forgone a secondary weapon.>Jonas: AA-12, 1911, and a machete>Arne: SCAR-17 with a holographic sight, M9, and a combat knife>Solomon: M1A with a 9x scope, Sig p226, and a tomahawk
>>144926HK G36 w/ Red Dot Sight and Rifle supressorGlock G197 inch Ka-BarStick to what we know?
>>144926Mosin-Nagant with under-barreled grenade launcher and 12x scope, Nambu Pistol, Chainsaw.But in all honestly, we should probably take a light-weight carbine like the FNC, AK5, M4 platform or G36C, the Glock brand Glock, and the KA-BAR.Or we could try out the FB MSBS for the glory of our homeland.
>>144940Pretty much this, but with grenades instead of knives.
With all that’s on the line, now isn’t really the time to be trying new toys. Leave that to when it’s just your life, not money or publicity.You grab a G36 and a G19 from the wall, and put a mock-kabar on your belt. You snag a red dot sight and a suppressor from the accessories section, and meet your team in your van. There are two Combatix employees with you, one driving, one talking.“Okay gentlemen. The playing field is a 4 mile by 4 mile urban grid. All buildings are accessible. Keep the face shield on at all times. These are underpowered, rubber bullets, but they’ll still ruin an eye or knock out teeth. Tampering with your suit in any way is grounds for immediate disqualification. Looting defeated opponents is allowed. Only sanctioned weapons are to be used. Under no circumstances are you to use a personal blade, or environmental weapons such as bricks, stones or logs. Communication is allowed between team mates, but to no outside individuals. All teams are being dropped at pre-designated spots, and the last team standing is the victor. Alliances are allowed, but prizes will not be split. Only the last team with members on the ground will be rewarded. This process may take several days, and there are caches of food and water on the premises. Eating and drinking are the only time the face shield is allowed to be detached. Are there any questions?”>Questions?
>>144995Can we gun-butt people?
Jonas pipes up. “Are we allowed to melee with the firearms? ‘Gun-butt’ as it’s called?”The techie makes a questioning face and searches through a rule-book. “The official rules state that as long as it is neither gratuitous nor unnecessary, it will be allowed. It should, however, be a last resort to avoid risking internal injuries.”Jonas nods, and goes into thought.The van stops about half an hour later, and you wait inside until a text gets sent to the assistant who spoke to you. He kicks you out, and they drive off. “Well,” Solomon starts. “We can lie low, wait for the fighting to pick up then die down, and take out the stragglers. Or we could go out there and get into right now. Up to you guys.”>Wait for now>Start fighting>Write-in
>>145062>Wait for nowSet up an ambush spot for the time being.
>>145062 Maybe it would be better to just start fighting right off the bat. Go balls to the wall. Show the rest of these motherfuckers why they call us Impact! Solutions.
>>145062>>Wait for now
Gonna need a tie-breaker, rolling at the top of the hour
Start fighting you bitch
>>145111A good another tie. The reason I suggest we wait is because we are going up against some of the best in the business. It makes sense to be a little cautious in the beginning. Get a feel for the battlefield, get some early kills and warm up. No sense in rushing into a bad situation
>>145115I know we aren't being paid to put on a show but establishing dominance amongst our business rivals is imperative.
Rolled 2 (1d2)1 = Start fighting2 = Wait it out
FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT
>>145126I agree that we need to dominate but I think we can still be cautious in the opening moments and achieve that.
Alright, fuck the rolling. Looks like we got a third vote for fighting, so we're doin that. Writing.
“It’ll be important to put our foot down early. We don’t want to be telling Soldier of Fortune that we let the best take each other out, then mopped up afterwards,” you say, and get nods of agreement in return.“That’s a good point,” Cooper says, rubbing his SAW. “The more we take out, the better we look.”“Okay then, it’s a plan,” Hyun says, pulling out a map. He points roughly in the south-east corner. “We’re here. We have no idea where anyone else is, but we’re in the ‘residential’ section. We can comb the area for other teams, head north into the fake factories, or west into the fake offices. Or, we cut right down the middle through the fake park. What do you guys want to do?”>Comb the houses>The offices>The factories>The park>Write-in
>>145165Agreed. CQC seems to be our strong suit. Sides, we do really good shooting up factories.
Heading to the factories, got it. Give me 3 rolls if 1d100 to see if you can get there without being noticed
Rolled 8, 67, 44 = 119 (3d100)>>145199I'll have you all know, I suck ass at rolling.
Rolled 67 (1d100)>>145199>>145201Err woops.
Rolled 44 (1d100)
You manage to creep into the factories unseen, and inside a building, you hear talking from outside. A look outside shows a group of 5 men, armed with 4 carbines and a shotgun, going over a map on a tree stump. One of the riflemen are keeping guard, making slow circles around the other four. He is currently facing away from you, but will be seeing you before long.>Open fire>Try to get upstairs for a better vantage point>Flank around, take them from multiple sides>Write-in
>>145253>Flank around with Arne.>Have Cooper set up a position and then lay down suppressive fire, Solomon pick off the guy that looks like he's doing most of the talking, have Jonas cover Solomon.
>>145253>>145264this looks good
>>145264This but a grenade int here might be good too.>>145253
Rolled 47 (1d100)Alright, give me 3 rolls of 2d100. First one for getting into position unseen, the second for your first shot. Sneak roll must be 5 higher than this to pass
Rolled 27, 19 = 46 (2d100)>>145279
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>145279
Rolled 52, 62 = 114 (2d100)>>145279>>145284Oh boy, here we go.
Rolled 5 (1d100)>>145287One more
Rolled 13, 14, 73 = 100 (3d100)Rolling for firing squadmates. Solomon, Arne, Cooper, in that order. Jonas isn't firing, he's just making sure Hyun doesn't get snuck up on.
>>145288That's precision rolling, if I ever saw it.
You pull back into the factory, and Solomon draws up a plan. Cooper will set up in cover to lay down suppressive fire, you and Arne will flank around to an exposed side, and Hyun will try to take out a leader from the upper floor with Jonas covering him.You and Arne sneak around the side beautifully, totally unseen. When Solomon gives the cue to open fire, you open up, putting three rounds into the chest of the patrolling man. Arne and Solomon both miss, their shots going wide or high. Cooper really puts the rounds down, taking one man out and keeping the others pinned behind cover. With is rubber bullets, he won’t be chewing it up, but he’s certainly discouraging any curiosity. >Round 1 results>Jan: 1 kill>Cooper: 1 kill, remaining enemies suppressed - Add +5DC to shots taken>Solomon: 0>Arne: 0>Jonas: 0>3 enemies remaining, 2 carbines and a shotgun>Have cooper keep thm pinned, continue flanking around>Make them choose between a grenade and suppressive fire>Write in
>>145311>>Make them choose between a grenade and suppressive fire
>>145311>Have cooper keep thm pinned, continue flanking around
>>145311>>Make them choose between a grenade and suppressive fireShould be safer, and we can be generous with the 'nades, seeing that we can loot them.
>>145313Seconded. Warn Arne to watch where it falls so that no dumbass tries to be a hero and toss it back.
Rolled 94, 68, 2, 74 = 238 (4d100)Rolling for Arne, then reflex saves for opponents, Must be 10 higher than Arne's to escape injury
>>145337Fuck yeah, kill em all.
>>145337Now that's what I call high Impact!Losers didn't even have a chance.
Rolled 4, 79 = 83 (2d100)Return fire
Arne pulls a grenade from his vest, and you make sure to let him know to make sure no one can throw it back. He simply chuckles.He pulls the pin, and counts to something in his head. He tosses it, and it denoates as it hits the ground. One man crumples, and the two others swear, being injured. They retake their positions, their suits obviously slowing them down, and return fire.One man doesn’t stand a chance of hitting anything, blindfiring out of cover over his shoulder. One man risks the suppression, and takes an aimed shot. It doesn’t hit, but you could swear you heard it whizz by, even through the plexiglass facemask.>Round 2, over>Arne: 1 kill, 2 wounds>2 opponents left, wounded and suppressed. Add +10 DC to hit.>Cooper only has about 2 rounds left of ammunition>Flank again>Take potshots. There isn’t much left to do here>Try another grenade. Whose?>Write in
>>145354Might as well flank. It looks like they won't be hitting anytime soon.
>>145360Flank again and execute these two with some fine rifle work.
Rolled 71, 1, 92 = 164 (3d100)Give me 3 rolls of 1d100. Rolling for the other guys, same order.
Rolled 50 (1d100)>>145393
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>145393
Rolled 73 (1d100)>>145393
You and Arne flank around while Cooper keeps laying down fire, and Solomon tries to line up a shot. You and Olafsson get into position and fire. You get a man in the stomach, dropping him, but Arne’s gun jams. He dives into thicker cover, swearing, to try to fix it. The other man, sensing a problem, jumps out from behind his cover to try to capitalize, but is put down by Solomon’s M1A and Cooper’s stream of fire.>Combat over. You expended 6 rounds of ammo. >Items available for looting: 4 M4’s, 5.56, 1 Saiga 12, 12 ga, 3 Beretta M9’s, 2 Glock 17’s, 8 grenades.The five of you meet back up in the factory. “Well, we can do a few things now. We can get the fuck out of here before someone comes to investigate, or we can set up an ambush if someone comes to take a look. What do you guys think?”>Set up an ambush>Move on>Write in>Do you take anything for loot? You can take a third gun with you, but it will will be dropped when you switch to one of the two originals. Or you can switch outright.
>>145417>Set up an ambush>Grab the grenades and pass them out between our group.
>>145417Restock on ammo. Grab all of the grenades.I'd say that somebody is gonna try to find out where we are, so setting up and ambush would probably be the smart plan.But at the same time, showing the rest of the world that we are able to wipe the floor with other contractors casually is a good way to get hired for some high-risk high-reward jobs.Consider me an inbetweener. Also I just noticed that my ID is Hox.
>>145417>Set up an ambushGrab the grenades and half of the M4 ammo for our G36. Maybe grab a M4 Incase Arnies gun jams again.Now Normally I would say loot everything, including the pistols+ammo. But I want to leave them there to bait others to our ambush.
>>145434Ambush is good but have one guy run to get ammo and guns.
replenishing ammo and grenades, leaving the rest as bait. Give me 3 rolls of 1d100 to see how good we are at setting up an ambush
>>145440Ah, found it~!I wanted this picture with my post!
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>145450
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>145450If I roll a 1, do we just go with the other idea?
Rolled 42 (1d100)>>145450
You walk over to refill ammo from the ‘corpses’ of your enemies.“Man, that shit was surgical,” says one of the men from the ground. “So fast, we didn’t have a chance. Good job.”“Thanks,” is all you manage. It’s a little weird talking to someone you just shot.You grab enough ammo for everyone and a grenade for Arne, but leave the rest as bait for the ambush.The five of you set up in what you’re sure would have been an excellent trap, if anyone had walked into it. Looks like everyone close enough to hear your exchange new better than to go poking their nose around. Time to move, apparently.>Residential>Offces>Park>Search factories more>Write in
>>145476Keep searching the offices but do it slowly and methodically.
>>145482Offices it is. Grenades in cubicles? Count me in.
Alright, give me 3 1d100 rolls to see how well you sneak in
Rolled 85 (1d100)>>145496
Rolled 66 (1d100)>>145496
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>145496
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>145496
The five of you unanimously decide to head up to the offices. You imagine that’s where most of the opposition will be, and also probably any lone wolf snipers like Clara Baker.The trip is pretty uneventful, seeing and hearing nothing on the way up. As you get closer, you can see or hear a handful of firefights taking place within or between buildings, as well as the loud boom of of a large rifle, but you can’t tell where the sound is coming from.The office district is going to be an interesting theater.
Alright guys, I gotta get to work, then do a 5e game with some friends. Next thread will probably be Satuday, but check twitter. That might change. Thanks for playing, folks, I'm glad we picked up today. As always, criticism and suggestions are always welcome, see you later. I can do a Q&A from my phone for the next few hours if you guys want.
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>145532That was fun, I'm looking forward to the next thread and hope we don't get sniped.
>>145532 Thanks for running
>>145532>>145537>>145552It was fun guys, see ya next time.
>>145532Thanks qm, have a good one!
By the way guys, my old man was in the British Artillary SOP until recently, he always told me regarding snipers, they take the thired or fourth best/highest point, that way they can pick off the scrubs whom go for the best one and second best as more of a set up. That and those whom work largly independently from the standard Sniper Screens often choose location with limited points of access but an easy way out. So combining these points may give us an idea where Sniper lady may be, or at least a few points.
>>146469That is pretty interesting info anon. Cheers.
Whoo. Archived. That was a close one.