She idly stretched her hands out. Examining her nails for imperfection. Finding none, she smiled and looked back at the Captain. She may not have been paying attention. But she'd gone though enough of these missions before to know what she'd been told to do.
"You'd told me to monitor their communications area. Under the guise of finding flaws in their action and response protocols. Check for any ongoing traces of the target. Run known frequencies though..."
She yawned slowly.
"...and divert them when required. Provide intel to team members on site. Check communications of hostiles. Distract, detain or otherwise countermand the efficiency of efforts made by resistant forces to avoid extraction of...well I assume you know the rest by now..."
It was always monitor duty. If they didn't want a man brought in from a bar without incident, they always stuck her on monitor duty. Until things got out of hand. Then it was suddenly her fault for spending too much time watching the Senator with the cute eyes she might say hello to later and not the ugly Rodian who was probably worth less credits anyway.
Lyana grinned widely before she spoke. "Fix whatever Jada messes up." She smiled and paused for a moment before speaking again."Find weakpoints and vital areas. Plant explosives on em to serve as a distraction should need be. Maximum destruction, minimal casualties" She glanced around for a moment. "Secondarily, ingratiate myself with the security personnel and spike their shit with inhibitors, Ths should make them combat ineffective."
"Like a great date, you get me drunk, I'll try anything"-Peter Vincent
"Now, I want you to go in that bag and find my wallet."
"Which one is it?"
"It's the one that says Bad Motherfucker"
"Many of the truths we cling to depend greatly on our point of view"-Obi Wan Kenobi
"Who's more foolish: the fool, or the fool who follows him?"-Obi Wan Kenobi
"Your eyes can deceive you, don't trust them."-Obi-Wan Kenobi
"In my dreams, I always do it right."-Mace Windu
"Then I will beat you into unconsciousness and ask someone else."-Mace Windu
"Bowties are cool"-The Doctor
Bomb shelter parties are the best parties because bomb shelter parties don't stop... until everyone is dead.
Being the last one called on Jaymos didn't bother waiting to be called on. "I'll be coming in as the tech expert. After I sweep our rooms I'll make my way to the central security hubs and perform an in depth inspection of their surveillance equipment and software. I'll load up a few bugs and viruses under the guise of upgrades and streamlining, and when we make our move I remove their eyes and ears. I'll also make sure to help identify any rally points or contingency plans they might have n place and pass the information on to the rest of the team. Did I miss anything?"
He shifted his weight from his right foot to his left. It seemed like everyone had their acts together so far. He trusted in his team, especially in their ability to adapt. After all, there was an axiom he had learned years ago that applied to situations like this. "No plan survives contact with the enemy." Oversimplifying a bit? Hardly. Only one in a million operations or battles ever went perfectly to according to plan.
"Good." Nik was glad that Jaymos followed on without his prompting. "Sounds like we know what to do, and we can just hope that our sickly comrade gets well soon" He was a bit of a loose canon, but Taggash was good at what he did. "We will be landing soon, everyone get ready." He turned and headed for his room to check his equipment, and to change into something a little more formal. He wanted to give off the aura of a business like leader of a professional security team, not an average bounty hunter.
((sorry about the number of short posts, hopefully now as we get into the story they will get longer))
Chal nodded and went to go get the rest of his armor on. It was something of a ritual for him, the actions that brought down the beast and made her song so silent. First were the braids, he combed then bound his fur down to let the plates sit right, Shin guards then the thigh protection, his Kama was kept in place by a belt with rings and hooks for quick storage by snagging things on whatever took. He removed his helm to put on the chest plate with incorporated shoulder guards then began to comb down his facial fur with small braids to keep it in place before putting the helmet back on and securing the straps to lock it in place. The bracers were next as he combed down the fur and bound it away before the bronzium plates were set to accept the attaching tools.
Those tools of course were the wrist mounted bowcaster for one hand with a clawed gauntlet to the other. With both hands he favored to either launch his ascension hook into an opponent and either draws them into his waiting claw or else throw himself with all his might as the winch guided him into his goal. Recently he had been pondering to simply grab an opponent with the claws then use the bowcaster to blast them off and away into the next enemy. However that was a plan best saved for later, for now he assembled his cannon and made sure it was fully charged before he left his room again. He was ready to fight out the door like a combat drop but hoping it would not be needed for quite some time.
Hey all, feeling under the weather, be back monday.
I just got a new Xbox and 8 games for Yule. I may not be on for long spans of time.
Mass effect 2 (playing)
transformers: Revenge of the fallen
Lego indiana jones
Kung fu panda
Sacred 2 fallen angel
I am putting the paten on 'Force-lightning-joy-buzzers' right here and now!
Originally Posted by Knighthawk
More dangerous than a Kender with a Green Lantern ring...
Originally Posted by Knighthawk
Just because it is a one handed weapon, I am not allowed to dual wield H-165's in a HALO RP.
Originally Posted by TheAngelOfDeath
;-; Noob is defined as " they know little and have no will to learn any more. They expect people to do the work for them and then expect to get praised about it, and make up a unique species of their own. Noobs are often referred to as 'N00bs' as a sign of disrespect. "
I find it disrespectful to call someone a noob just because they're new to the Guild, especially since I myself am new. It would be more respectful to call someone a Newb or Newbie because that is the true word for the meaning "someone who is new to a task, website, or forum". I mean no disrespect to you and hope you mean none to me or others like me as well, I just felt you should understand how others feel when you says such things without thinking them through. And also it is also wrong to consider yourself better than others because you have a high post-count and have been on the Guild for a few years. Do you enjoy when your elders look down upon you for your age? How would you feel if someone said "you're a noob because I've been on this Earth longer than you" Although that would be a strange (and maybe funny) occurrence, it would still be wrong.
Originally Posted by Fenix250
Demetri: I came here to have [censored] with a Succubus! If I'm left completely exhausted, that will be my reward!.
Angel: ......Damn honest.
Originally Posted by Gamer Geek
I must say...Knighthawk is skilled in the way of making other people seem dumb during a fight, using his large words.
Even when hes wrong hes right...yet hes never wrong..
Originally Posted by Zarake
Knighthawk, we were restricted to PHB 1 and 2 for classes.
Nice munchkin though :P
Originally Posted by Arsenal
I change my mind, I think Knighthawk's idea is better when he puts it that way. Encourages cooperation and interaction, which is vital for an RP to survive.
Originally Posted by Squrmy
...I love you, Knighthawk.
Originally Posted by Vuurvos
Knight, be more certain of yourself. You're the most serious RPer in this entire group and that says something. You're not stupid.
Originally Posted by Cerius
Originally Posted by Knighthawk
"She's a painful promise, like a jeweled viper, sparking and shinny to draw in prey then *snap* its over. Its venom is euphoric and hallucinating so that you have never been more happy to die."
Very nice, Knighthawk. I approve.
Originally Posted by Seraphs Revenge
you know... I thought Tim was gonna be a source for too much comic relief but, I have immense respect for the character.
Jaymos sat himself in a vacant seat on the bridge of the ship and plugged his datapad into an open socket. He needed the ships more powerful computing capabilities to put the finishing touches on his programs. He was careful to quarantine the ships systems before running his final simulations. Good, good. They were working just as he planned it out, even throwing a few variables into the situation only slowed them down a little bit. His part of the operation was finally ready. he unplugged the pad, and made his way to his room. There he began cleaning his gun, after which he would upload a few programs onto a data disc to augment his cover as a tech specialist when they arrived and performed their little show-and-tell routine on Chalacta.