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The reason this episode is in two parts is because this first part is what I have pics for rightaways, and I got so excited that I forgot to build the sets for the second part (which is incredibly short), which I will do post-posting this part.:P
About this creation
July 31, 2098

This was it. I was aboard a civilian transport, my red and black Raider Elite armor concealed by grey clothes. Three of my comrades were dressed similarly. Our helmets and weapons were hidden inside a droid, whom we had cleared of its charging equipment to make room for storage. We named him “Monk,” because that was the sound he made due to a broken vocabulator.
“Finally! To be arriving on Earth!” Ayra exclaimed while staring excitedly out the window, as was part of the act.



At age seventeen she was by far the youngest among us, and the rookie, even though I had only joined the Raiders a few weeks before her. She had never really used a blaster before joining the Raiders. Jal had selected her for the team because of her hacking and disguise skills, which she had learned in necessity from life on the streets.



Z3-K50 was our brawn. It made sense, since he was designed to lift crates. He could blow through walls without giving himself a dent.



Jydrek was an explosives specialist, with a deep and dark personality. When he would be sitting staring deeply into the floor, he could either just be brooding, or finding a way to create yet another bomb.



Finally, there was Xavier. He was an American local. His parents -professional tourists who hosted their own travel show- had been killed on Rerador in one of the Imperium’s grand attempts to silence the Libertarians. Following the event, he joined the Raiders believing that Aurelia wasn’t aggressive enough to get any sort of message through. The large cruiser-like civilian transport landed in the capital. We came off the boarding ramp, out into the busy Trade & Transportation center.

“I’m going to see if I can make some reservations! I’ll catch up with you guys!” Xavier called, as he went off to find out about local resistance cells, if any. Now it was up to me to get the rest of the team past the security. It came time for our group to be inspected.

“Please let me see your I.D. and any equipment you are carrying,” a guard demanded.

“You do not need to search us. We may proceed,” I told him, waving my hand mystically in the air. Ayra was nudging me, but I ignored it. The guarded slowly repeated what I said.
“Put your hands up!” a voice demanded from behind me. It was the lead security officer. He had seen my little stunt and knew what it meant.

“You have to trick the officer first, not his subordinates,” Ayra commented in a whisper. Next thing I knew, I was in a holding cell, alone.

“They were carrying noting to identify themselves. We discovered armor and weapons hidden inside their droid, but there’s no way to identify where they’re from.” an officer reported to commander outside my cell.

“Hm… Either the Raiders are making one of the wimpiest assaults yet, or these vagabonds just like to dress alike. They all seem fairly harmless,” the commander wondered. “We’ll find out as soon as I get permission for interrogation, and I know just which one to interrogate…”

That evening, I came up with a plan of escape. And yes it took me that long, stop judging me. Before the guard entered with supper I flipped up onto the celling. Something I had read about in my adventure books, I was pleasantly surprised when it worked. Though I could have sworn I heard someone else in my cell, whispering in a foreign language as I jumped.

“Hey, I brought some evening grub… uh… where’d he go?” the guard fumbled for his key. As soon as he’d entered my cell I dropped down on top of him, knocking him out.



Taking his blaster and key card, I went out into the hall. We weren’t in a very high-security detention block. It was more for common criminals, which in their eyes, we were. That’s also why we were able to keep our clothing and weren’t forced into jumpsuits. I went towards Jydrek’s cell, but I heard footsteps around the corner, and they were close.



I panicked, if I just stood ready to fight, my cover would be blown, but then I didn’t have much time until that guard woke up and blew it for me. I decided in that instant that I needed all the time I could get to get out of there. There were doors at either side of me, the one on the left was just another cell, but the one on the right was the control room. Frantically I swiped the card and ran in.







When inside I noticed a map, which I used to find out that Jydrek’s cell was actually not where I had imagined. I was about to leave when I heard the audio in one of the headsets begin. I turned in the direction of the sound, glancing back at the door. I put the headset on and listened.

“…think they can tell me to add that jolly super weaponthingamy to my station?!” Came a posh voice.

“That’s exactly what they thought, sir.”

“And what of the council? Don’t we get to decide anything anymore?”

A third voice came on. “Give me this, Ritly! Now see here Admiral, don’t go mentioning the council on a government line like this, who knows what enlisted men we’ll have to, hermm.. Exterminate because you dropped the wrong sentence in the wrong place. The Supreme Commander ordered it, not your bloody council, so I suggest that you get to work an-”

“Oh, shut your jolly pie hole Walters, I was just griping to your secretary. It’s almost finished at any rate eh, wot.”

“That’s wonderful news! Now about that…” I removed the headset and made my way at last to Jydrek’s cell and let him out. We proceeded without a word exchanged. We had trained for this. We found Z3-K50 and Monk in a confiscation zone, but our equipment wasn’t to be found. There was only one other issue: Ayra wasn’t in her cell. Suddenly, a patrol turned the corner. Outnumbered and outgunned, we were forced into a landing zone, where there was little cover. It was then that a speeder rolled up with a small laser cannon mounted in the back seats. It must have been the local resistance, because Xavier was with them. We had the patrol down, but more were coming.

“Go!” I insisted, “I’ll get Ayra and catch up!”

Jydrek, Z3-K50, and Monk left with Xavier and the resistance, while I headed back in for Ayra. I snuck through the halls, till I found the interrogation room. I opened the door to find Ayra alone, slumped down on the table. She was unconscious and her appearance was muddled. A deactivated interrogation droid hovered in the corner, which gave enough information to gather what happened. I shook Ayra gently.

“Ayra! Ayra wake up!” I whispered. She was totally out, so I hefted her up onto my shoulder. A knock rapped on the door.

“Sir, are you in there?” a voice asked. The door opened, an officer standing at attention.

“Get in here!” I demanded, threatening with my stolen blaster. His arms flew straight into the air, and he walked into a corner. With that, I backed out of the room, closed the door, and blasted the panel. As I headed down the halls, Ayra began to wake up.
“Ung… Where am I?...” she moaned.

“Ssshhh!” was my only response. Without confrontation, I made it outside, where a few speeders were parked. I placed Ayra on the back of the seat and climbed on.
“Wi… Winslow?...” she groaned groggily. We zipped away, headed for the estimated resistance hideout, which we had been briefed about before the mission.



Comments

 I like it 
  August 11, 2018
The way to do photos is, once you've written the story, go through and think of all the key parts of it. Those are the moments you need photos of. So for this it would have been, on the transport, arriving, trying to trick the guard, getting captured, in the cell, knocking out the guard, in the corridor, with the helmet on, finding Arya, leaving. Space the photos evenly throughout the text. The more photos you have, the easier it is for readers to picture what is going on. Also, as a big part of our marking is the build and photography quality, the more photos you show, the better your score will likely be. I liked it though and I look forward to the next. 2 points. --Blast--
 I like it 
  August 6, 2018
Hmm. Intriguing. One or two pictures near the end might have been kind of helpful, but the writing was very good! I really liked it. Can't wait to see what you do next!
 I made it 
  July 31, 2018
Quoting Mando "Underscore" Knight Cool!
You're not even trying to flog this. I'm still not convinced that you read it.xP
 I made it 
  July 31, 2018
Quoting Silver Sword05 Nice job! I'm working on Ryinn's PoV of the first three, but I wasn't able to write bc of power outages. It's POURING here =[
*Waves hands mystically* Use the PenAndPaper, Silver, use the Pen-and-papeeeerrrr!xP
 I like it 
  July 31, 2018
Cool!
  July 31, 2018
Nice job! I'm working on Ryinn's PoV of the first three, but I wasn't able to write bc of power outages. It's POURING here =[
 I made it 
  July 31, 2018
Quoting Traykar Pawfoot What he means is that most Insurgency posts work like this. You say what the characters are doing, and you show them doing it in pictures. You're mostly just saying what they're doing at the end. The pictures you did take were good though.
Oh, right then. I'm usually in a bit of a hurry posting these anyway. But seeing as my schedule only gets tighter as school comes nearer to getting in full swing again, I asked where he'd like some pics. So instead of adding all the pics and building all the right sets that I want to add, I asked.:P
 I like it 
  July 31, 2018
What he means is that most Insurgency posts work like this. You say what the characters are doing, and you show them doing it in pictures. You're mostly just saying what they're doing at the end. The pictures you did take were good though.
 I made it 
  July 31, 2018
Quoting Captain Kenbo Pretty good, though a couple more pictures might've added to it
Tell you what, tell me where you'd like pics and I'll add 'em.:P
 I like it 
  July 31, 2018
Pretty good, though a couple more pictures might've added to it
 
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