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  1. Leo saw the apprehension on Eliza's face as she looked at the guns. He could only imagine that living in the slums, she had had a lot of bad experiences with them. Still, the young student was happy that she picked one up- she would be safer with it than without. Slipping inside, hiding behind several large gun crates, Leo peeked at the center of the facility. In the middle was a large DUP truck. He had only been told about relays before, and was given no description of what to look for. But the former student knew in his heart that that truck contained what he was looking for. Now that he was close to it, he could feel a sort of mild radiation coming from it. But it didn't bother him; it actually felt kind of nice. If he had to describe it, it was as if the truck was emanating the same type of energy that he felt inside him. Leo was drawn to it- but there was a major obstacle in the way. His hopeful expression turned to one of horror as he recognized the device on one of the men's arms. It was the real version of the decoy device he wore on his own arm. The burst of flame the man produced soon after proved his worst fears: the goon had accessed the powers of a conduit. The young man's mind raced, fighting off the panic that threatened to freeze him in place. However, while part of his mind fought off the urge to run, the rest of it formed a battle plan; a skill he had become rather good at in a rather short time. Leo's eyes then noticed something. The crate's they were currently hiding behind were on the man known as Kev's right side, the same one which bore the receiver. "Maybe just maybe...If I can get a surprise hit off on it," Leo thought to himself tensely. "We might stand a chance." The former student quickly turns to Eliza and whispers. "Listen, I've never fought someone with conduit powers before. This could get ugly. When the fighting starts, you can slip away in the chaos. Hide in here or outside. When the noise dies down, you'll know I made it. And...if I don't, do your best to find Mister Black. If he's still engaging, disappear into the city." His voice takes a sterner tone. "Never believe that you're powerless. And... I'm sorry." With that, Leo turned back around. The young man began to open the gates that held back his energy, letting it flow just beneath the surface in order to avoid giving away his position. The relay was also guarded by two armed men, but the top priority would need to be Kev. Muscles tight, Leo readied both hands and legs for an attack. Upon Kev passing in front of him, Leo fires a crouched punch at full strength, surrounded in conduit energy, straight at the device on the man's arm. With his other hand, he would fire a blast of neon at the goon's face. Counting on his blows landing, Leo will attempt to finish up with a strong leg sweep, using the opportunity to stand up himself. The former student was fully unleashed and not holding back.
  2. Hey Zack, I can't remember if we've established this before or not, and so I just wanted to clarify. Would killing a goon actually resort in a karma loss, even if they're hostile?
  3. Feeling bolstered by Chris's words, Leo salutes the blacked haired man back before he disappears off the roof. The young student moves to the edge of the building, keeping his eyes trained on Chris. Leo's attention was drawn away only for a moment by Eliza's questions. Seeing how nervous she was, he did his best to comfort her. But Leo could speak, he heard yells coming from the base. Turning around, he saw that Chris had begun laying into the minions. The distraction had begun. Moving to his feet, the young man spoke quickly. "Oh yeah," Leo lied smoothly. "I've got plenty of experience, combat and otherwise. Though hopefully I won't have to use it until we make our get away. Just stay close to me, and stick to the shadows. If the opportunity presents itself, maybe grab an incapacitated goons gun. Just purely for self defense." He gestures for her to come closer to hop on his back. "Come on now- we have to get off this roof first." With her on his back, Leo hops off the roof of the church, landing softly on the ground. Once they were on ground, the young man let Eliza off his back. Staying low, Leo begins to sneak his way over to the back entrance of the warehouse. The young student's super human abilities allowed him to move rather quickly and quietly, even when crouched. However, he made sure to not move too fast, as to not leave Eliza behind. They went in a wide arc, moving to the left, towards the back of the warehouse. Hiding behind cover whenever they could, combined with the two rear guards looking away, allowed the pair to get almost directly behind the warehouse. Stopping behind a large crate, roughly 20 feet behind the leftmost goon, Leo turned and whispered to Eliza. "Okay, I'm going to have to take out these two guards. Stay right here until it's done okay?" he instructed kindly. With that, the young student peaked out from behind the box. Both guards were still looking the other way. If he could do this quickly and quietly, they could advance. Still staying low, Leo continued to move clockwise until he was directly behind the goons- about 10 feet behind the leftmost goon. His muscles pulsed with conduit energy as he initiated his move. Rearing back his arm, Leo unleashed a savage punch to the back of leftmost goon's head. As the minion stumbled forward, the young student grabbed him by his shirt, pulling him back to him. Before he could even scream, his head was slammed into the concrete, knocking him out. The other guard, sensing motion, began to turn around, only to see a hand rushing towards him. Leo's hand grabbed the man's face tightly, covering his mouth firmly. Just like his pal, the goon's head was slammed into the concrete. However, this time it was followed up by a foot stomp to the stomach, thoroughly knocking the wind out of the fallen goon. With the minion's ability to scream taken away, Leo knocked him out with a swift kick to the head while he was down. Letting out a sigh of relief, the young student began to drag the two bodies back behind the crate, stowing them out of sight. Looking to Eliza, Leo spoke up softly. "Alright, they're out. Now we have to get inside the warehouse." He points to the guns resting beside the unconscious men. "If you want one, you can take one." Once she makes her decision, he moves with her to the rear door. Motioning for her to be silent, the young student proceeded to open the door just a crack, in order to peak inside the warehouse.
  4. I was in a thread one time with 3 other players. One of whom was more or less acting as the narrator/thread leader. Basically, one of the guys kept trying to do things to my character, claiming that it was impossible for my character to see or stop it. When I didn't go along with that, he grew increasingly angry. He then slipped some sort of weird magical time bomb on my character, and said that it was completely undetectable, and that it could kill me instantly. At this point, the thread leader stepped in and told the guy that he needed to stop. There was peace for a small span of time. However, a few combats later, his character unleashed some "ultimate darkness mode", which he claimed would kill anyone around him- which just so happened to be me. All of this tension had also lead to some arguing in the OOC thread. The thread leader finally told that guy that he was creating a hostile environment and that he needed to leave. With some swearing, the problem player agreed. The worst part of it all is that all the awkwardness of this event lead to the other player quitting as well. The thread leader and me still wanted to keep the story going, so we more or less ended up rebooting the thread, and finishing it ourselves. So ultimately it was a happy ending. Regardless though, dealing with that crazy player is most definitely the worst RP experience I've had on this site. Thankfully I've never had anything like it since.
  5. Leo was relieved that Chris didn't rule out his proposal right away. It felt nice to be the one contributing a strategy for once. When Leo was told that he would need to watch after Eliza, he simply gave a small nod. This plan was not going to be easy, he understood that. However, he also knew that no plan involving getting into this place would be. Logically, Leo recognized that this was their best chance for survival; and that plan included him looking after the young woman. Chris would have to go all out to create a big enough diversion for them. Eliza wouldn't want to be anywhere near that. Regardless, this was going to require a lot from her. She seemed tough- Leo just hoped she was tough enough for this. His attention was brought back to the conversation at hand when Chris directly addressed him. The black haired man was rarely this serious, so Leo made sure to note his words. "You've taught me a lot in our short time together; especially concerning stealth. You can trust me not let you down Mister Black," spoke Leo earnestly. He then turned his head a little to look at Eliza. "Same for you." The young man stretched for a few moments, loosening up again. "So, we'll stick around up here until you begin your diversion. I can only imagine its one of those deals where we will know it when we see it. Once that's going on, Me and Eliza will climb on down and head into the camp. Sticking to the shadows, moving only when safe, and taking out only the guys we have to. Once I've absorbed this relay, I cut a path out of here for Eliza and I. We'll disappear once we're on the other side, and wait for you to come regroup with us. How does that sound?"
  6. Leo wasn't sure what to expect when it came to the woman's reaction, and when he was met with disbelief and doubt, he was not surprised. After all, he really couldn't blame her. Leo had been struggling with those feelings for days now; and he figured that going through the things she had, it only made sense. What followed was a very emotional exchange between the woman and Chris- one which Leo was more than happy to sit out on. Again, he was shocked by Chris's unwavering wisdom and optimism. It seemed to win over the woman, just as it had won over Leo. After a while, he even had her chuckling, which was a pleasant surprise to the young man. When Chris suddenly made mention of him, Leo nervously gave a wave of recognition. He still wasn't used to his newfound alias. To be honest, he didn't like it very much. "I hope we're not sold on Mr. Orange," he thought to himself, not wanting to interrupt the conversation going on. Ultimately, the woman agreed to let them escort her to Hearthstone, which relieved Leo. "It is the best choice," he chimed in suddenly. "Your best chance for making it out is through there." The conversation soon quickly turned against the young man though, when it was explained that he would be carrying the woman. Given Chris's infallible stubbornness, Leo decided against complaining. The student moved over to her, squatting down slightly as he turned away from her. He couldn't help but blush as he told her: "Well, h-hop on I guess." The following hour was fairly taxing on Leo. Not due to physical strain, which is what he initially thought would be the issue. In fact, that was actually the easiest part of it all. Carrying someone for that long would have normally destroyed him. However, with the powers Leo had now, the woman felt as light as his backup from school. No, what occupied his mind the most was the fear of dropping her. The young man put great care in his jumps and climbs, but he didn't need to worry. The woman had a surprisingly strong grip, and held without fail. Still, Leo was relieved to finally have her off his back. This was a fortunate thing, given the weight of the new situation that was unfolding before them. Leo took in everything Chris said, surveying the area, putting his analytical mind to work. After thinking for a while, he responded. "Well, you said these power relays can be really powerful right? The DUP is strong enough with their regular soldiers. However, their conduit harnesses are even worse. That power is much better off in our hands then in their's. If we can take it, I say we do. Who knows how much it could help us down the line?" Leo's face grows more serious. "But you're saying that if I grab this power relay, I'll have to take out or kill everyone of these guards? That seems like a tall order. What if you could create a distraction of some kind? Enough to get some heat away from the warehouse. You get me in the warehouse, I take out whoever is in there, and then grab the relay. Then, we bust through that gate with my new power before they even know what hit them. Kind of like a smash and grab. That way, we get the relay, without as much killing or notoriety." The young student looks earnest as he speaks. "Well Mr. Black, do you think something like that could work?"
  7. Hey guys, I know its been a very long time. School was keeping me busy, and then this whole pandemic happened. However, now that I have finished online school, I have a bit more time now. I wouldn't expect quick replies from anyone, but would you guys still be interested in keeping the main thread going?
  8. Does the electronically locked door lead to Hearthstone? So the idea is either they sneak into the warehouse, he powers up and kills them all, or they sneak into the base in order to track down the key and slip out?
  9. Knives Out- Well written, well acted. It also rewards viewers with good observation skills and deep knowledge of mystery cliches.
  10. Although Leo was sure that he was making the right choice by choosing to help the people of Hearthstone, he was surprised to see hesitation in Chris, an uncertainty. This was cemented by the somewhat awkward pat on the back he gave him. The young student looked up to the man for guidance out in the slums, which may as well been an alien world to him. Still, Leo trusted the black haired man- he was the only ally he had anymore. Soon after, Chris seemed to have regained his composure and they headed off. For many hours they slowly made their way through the slums, their approach somehow even more careful than it was the night before. Still, Leo was grateful for it. They passed many gangsters along the way, and he knew he couldn't have fought even half of them. Besides, Leo had a feeling he would need to save up his energy. At some point in the day, he and Chris had started scaling the side of a motel. It was just one of several buildings that they had climbed that day. Leo had gotten pretty good at climbing, but he still needed absolute focus. That focus was interrupted when the window under them opened suddenly. Panicked, Leo totally froze, as did Chris. The man leaning out the window sill certainly looked like a thug. He knew that it would be very bad for them if he chanced to look up. Leo would have been prepared to strike, but given how startled he was by the thug's sudden appearance, he had to put all his energy into holding on. He was grateful to see that Chris had taken out one of his batons in his stead. Leo almost considered urging Chris to sneak away with him; but when he heard the woman inside, and the thug's plans for her, he knew he couldn't leave. And it seemed that Chris thought the same thing. With grace, the black haired man swung into the window. Leo moved towards the opening, ready to help if need be. However, the familiar sounds of a swift beat-down let him know that he was just fine. For a few moments after that, all Leo heard was voices. The voices stopped suddenly as Chris climbed out the window, a woman desperately holding onto his back. Even with the extra weight, the black haired man wasn't slowed down at all as he hastily kept climbing up. Leo, sensing that time was of the essence, didn't question it and made a mad dash for the roof. Once there, they continued jumping until they were several buildings away. This turned out to be the right call, as multiple goons gathered at the window sill in there absence. Finally safe for a moment, Chris was finally able to let the woman climb off of him. Leo couldn't believe she had held on for so long. There was no doubt in his mind that she was strong of will. These thoughts were interrupted as Chris told Leo to speak with her while he rested. The former student was surprised that he was given such a task, given his...less than perfect people skills. Unfortunately, it looked like Leo was on his own here. He took in the woman's battered appearance, along with her skimpy make shift clothing. Leo guessed that she probably didn't want to talk about her previous circumstances; and honestly, Leo wasn't sure he wanted to ask. He tried to speak in a calm, non intrusive manner. "Hey, I know what you're used to when it comes to guys in the slums, but we're the exception. We don't want to hurt you. You're safe for now. I-is there any place we can take you? Do you have a home?" The woman's broken eyes continued to state at the ground, her demeanor still meek. "I don't have a home. Not anymore." "Oh," was all Leo could say. He scratched the back of his head and looked off to the side. His mind struggled to find the right words to say; he wasn't used to dealing with stuff like this. Finally he managed to say "Uh, well, we're heading to this place, Hearthstone. It's a settlement, pretty safe from gangs. Maybe we could take you there, if you like?" He wasn't sure how she or Chris would react, but he knew he had to try something.
  11. Hey, I'm sorry for taking so long. I've been going through finals. Will be posting in the next few days.
  12. Leo watched closely as Chris made his way towards him across the many rooftops in between them. Even though he wasn't a conduit, the dark haired man moved with such a grace that he definitely out performed Leo when he wasn't using his powers. He couldn't help but be impressed; it was clear that there was still much for him to learn. Once Chris had made his way up to roof, Leo stepped aside in order for him to look over his so called handiwork. Even though his days as a student were long gone, he felt the same rush of nervousness and excitement that he got when a professor looked over his essay. Overall Chris's comments were positive, praising Leo for his stealthy approach. He made sure to take note of what the black haired man said about leaving people face down, although he couldn't help but cringe at the pile of blood that came pouring out. Still, it seemed that he had done a remarkable job, and Chris didn't shy away from telling him so. Even though he was normally against physical contact, Leo couldn't help but admit that it felt nice to have the man give him a congratulatory pat on the shoulder. Chris then gave Leo a choice: To cut a path through the enemy to Hearthstone or to just sneak in. Leo pondered this a moment before responding. "Normally I would have liked to take the path of least resistance, but I suppose that if we want to start building on our plan, we should do something bold. Something that helps our allies in Hearthstone and also sends a message to the D.U.P." he said, sounding surprisingly confident. "Let's clear a path to Hearthstone."
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