Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

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Post by The Green Flame » Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:11 pm

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"So Sir, what's the target?"

Alex could've sworn he mentioned it in the briefing or at least while they were on standby but he shrugged it off. Maybe Orsino was getting to him and it had slipped his mind now that they had finally launched off.

"We're support for the Alpha, Gamma, and Iota teams. We'll take on any mobile suits that get near em and if there's none left then the ships"

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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Inferno » Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:43 pm

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"Orders received, moving out!" The Hizack team advanced, keeping focus on the blue blurs of Alpha Team's Griffins. Obviously there was a massive gap, bur Marco and Criss were hoping that by the time they got there, Alpha would leave them with some empty shells to finish off.

Orsino, conversely, was hoping Alpha would leave a Rick Dias or two for him to take down personally. Yes, the odds of doing that without a beam rifle were slim to none, but then again, Orsino Gerwulf had a beam saber, bloodlust, and a near unbreakable will.

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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Ziryab » Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:42 pm

-Bindra Team-

Somebody shoot already! Pris wanted to scream. For her, time felt as if it was slowing down as she awaited an ever slowing convergence of three mobile suit factions on the battlefield. Neither of which had yet to fire a shot, leaving their ships to do the fighting for them.

Beads of sweat were quickly piling up on her face as she watched Mudra Team spearhead themselves into the fray. The tension in her shoulders were making her ache and the growing knot in her stomach was making her lean forward as Titan identified units along the periphery were quickly speeding to the fight. Maybe too quickly for a normal Titan unit.

"This is gonna be a mess."
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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Inferno » Wed Sep 28, 2011 12:18 pm

-Gryps II Space-

"Well if both of you don't shut up, that blue suit's gonna be the least of your problems!" Kou's outburst at his rambunctious teammates was snappy and sudden. In between the tension of imminent combat, Kite's cavalier attitude and Paris's evident instability, Kou's patience had been stretched thin. He paused for a moment, flashing back to Lt. Burning's frequent reprimands back in '83. Guess that was what experience makes a person into.

"Now then, if you two are finished squabbling. We're teaming up with Team 2 from the Dervish to keep the Axis pacified. The Rick Dias is designed to handle more of the fighting, so let it. In the mean time, I don't want to even hear one word about the Titans, let alone any one suit of theirs, unless they come barreling at us. Understood?"

Kou switched signals to contact Team 2's leader. "Sorry, Lt. Commander Eckardy. My troops are mostly a bunch of rookies. Anyway, are we going to go full out against the Axis, or just harass them for a bit?"

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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by mcred23 » Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:54 pm

-Team 2-

"So, we're getting another crack at those Axis goons Eddie," Sophie said as she pulled her C-Type up on Eddie's right, "Think we could put a few more holes in their ships this time?"

"We'll see. Hopefully you can take some shots at those goons," Eckardy said lightly, briefly wondering to himself if he had already referred to them as goons while Korbel's B-Type came up on Marvin's left, accompanied by a garbled burst of Minovsky static that was likely Bernard mumbling something as the quartet of Rick Dias flew along.

Eddie slowed them slightly as they came closer to the Hamburg Team, whose leader quickly began talking over the AEUG channel. "Sorry, Lt. Commander Eckardy. My troops are mostly a bunch of rookies. Anyway, are we going to go full out against the Axis, or just harass them for a bit?"

"Ugh," Eckardy grunted to himself before keying the open channel that both teams would hear. "Well, Hamburgers, let's tickle 'em first an' see how many there are and how they react. We want to get some shots on those ships if we can, but don't need them tryin' the same s***. Keep your guys to our left for now and make sure they don't try and stretch out that way, and if that Cannon of yours gets a shot on their ships, f***in' take it. Let's go," He concluded and looked forward, nudging his speed back up slightly. The Axis teams were still just a hair too far off to tell how many there were, but that would change soon. "Everyone ready?" He asked after switching back to Team 2's channel.

"No," Marvin groaned, already holding a beam pistol in his left hand in addition to the bazooka in his right.

"Quiet, Cowboy," Eckardy laughed quickly, before turning slightly serious, "But if you two can get some shots on those incoming suits, or their ships even, don't wait to take them," He told Sophie and Bernard, knowing their suits would be able to engage before he and Marvin could.
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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Kite_Ishma » Mon Oct 03, 2011 2:11 pm

-Hamburg Team
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Kite sighed and shook his head, none of this was doing a damn to curb his attitude. It didn't help much that these people were treating him a damned adolescent, which he was but still. On top of that little ms. Paris didn't know when to keep her mouth shut. "Missing the Seattle real bad right now," he muttered as his Nemo moved into a ready position. Thinking about his friends, CO's and everyone else on the ship didn't do him any good. He would be able to grieve later, assuming of course that he made it through this alive.

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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by wonton bob » Sun Oct 09, 2011 10:03 pm

- Team 2 -
- Hamburg Air Space -


Bernard heard Eddie's call about engaging the enemy and adjusted his targeting sensors. He also heard the minor squabble between the Nemos which made him nervous. "We're suppose to be watchin' each other's back," he stated to no one in particular.

The B-type's mono eye flashed at a Nemo before taking off at full speed toward the Axis position.


- Bindra Team -

Matthew was the last to leave the Bindra. During his squad's launch he took his time eating then he nonchalantly walked up to the Gaza and took a final sip of his drink. Letting the container float away he entered the cockpit, baffling the tech crew on duty in the hanger. Without a word the Gaza launched.
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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Fritz Ashlyn » Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:45 am

- Gryps 2 Space -

- The Dervish -
- Bridge -

Abbey lowered his field glasses and his face settled into a solid, well-practiced glower, the many thin lines around his eyes deepening as he watched the small group of Axis vessels breaking away from their original position. Beside him, Drew, one of the backup operators, continued to peer through his own set of binoculars at the lead Zeon ship and its mobile suits, his mouth likewise screwed into a quizzical frown. "Don't know, sir... Why would they be hesitating?" he asked, adjusting the binoculars to look past the larger vessel to her two smaller escorts. Carl thought about it in silence for a few moments, his wizened features still contracted into a grimace. Zeon had its share of tricky commanders during the war, but something about this felt off in an almost familiar way. "I don't think they're hesitating," he muttered, raising his binoculars again to look at the stationary ships behind them, "They've split up deliberately, that much is obvious,". "But why not try to plow through the 4th all at once while they're full strength?" he wondered.

He shook his head slightly. They wanted to let the 4th tire themselves out resisting the Titans. "Send a token force to keep our attention divided and let us and the Titans pound on each other until they can walk over both of us," he grunted, turning to head back to his command chair. Still, if they wanted to send a forward unit to keep the 4th spread thin, they could do much better. "MS out. Titans incoming," Jungst reported as Wes Curren's Rick Dias cleared the catapult, and he punched in a key sequence that updated his overhead display - the Minovsky was making it hard to keep track of things at any real distance, but the computer and observers were doing their best to make up for it. Abbey considered the Axis captain's likely intentions for a few seconds more and then turned back to the forward displays. "Hold position here and continue our focus on the Titans units. Jane, contact Capt. Loweno and ask him to have the Hamburg prepared to turn into that Axis unit."

- The Hamburg -
- Bridge -

"Aye, I hear you. Tell Carl we'll be ready to jump up their asses whenever he gives the word," Loweno answered Jane personally. His grim smile was lit up by the eerie glow of a passing mega particle beam. One Salamis Kai against three ships would be a dire situation, but the Hamburg was not alone. With a team of Rick Diases supporting his MS team, if push came to shove he would eagerly take the chance to back them up and clobber a Zeon ship or two. The crew was not exactly as thrilled as their captain, but his personal brand of insane courage had rubbed off on them more than a little. Lt. Stalvern remained at his post near the captain's chair, his expression barely changing.

- Team 1 -

The team finished forming up as Jacob joined the loose formation. "I've got your back guys. Let's make sure this laser never falls into the hands of the Titans so they can never terrorize anyone with it," he said, his voice going metallic and breaking up only slightly because of the new interference. Fritz had just opened his mouth to talk to his team in the few quiet moments they had left when a nasty looking beam cut through space above them, close enough to make him instinctively jerk the controls to put his suit in a tentative dip. The S type's computer had reacted faster than his human reflexes, picking out the yellow beam's point of origin and probing the area again... and Fritz' chest tightened as he read the new targeting bracket. M-156.

Any fatigue he had been fighting was instantly gone as adrenaline began to flow through his system. Cursing inwardly he set his jaw and, as calmly as possible, got his team's attention. "Incoming fire from 12 o'clock high. I think he was aiming past us at the ships, but let's let them know we're paying attention and we don't appreciate that sort of rudeness," Fritz said, making sure they were also picking up the same contact, "We're right at the edge of effective range. Jacob, give them a short volley with your cannons,". He'd let Markado plink at them with his long range beam cannons for the moment - let them think things over until they closed in. And then they'd be face to face with at least one of Dr. M's pet monsters. The absolute last thing he wanted to deal with right off the bat. "[I didn't sign up to fight against a Gundam,]" Fritz muttered in German, using his left thumb to rub the slight bump on his finger where his wedding ring was hidden beneath his normal suit's glove.

"What was that about a Gundam?" Michiko asked, and Fritz mentally smacked himself for leaving the connection open. He stretched his hand and gripped the controls again. "Nothing," he answered, "I don't care what that thing is - don't let it separate you, and don't get tunnel vision. Remember, we've got friendlies backstopping us; don't get goaded into an unnecessary chase,". He noticed multiple Hizacks and Marasais newly identified in his forward screens. Many, many Hizacks and Marasais. "Looks like all their friends are right behind them. Here they come."

- Al -

Al was having unpleasant thoughts as he stared down the oncoming Axis ships and tried to manually count the Gazas headed for him and the rest of his team. "Kite! Shut. Up. Now," Paris snarled at Ishma, their newest addition. "Sir, we have reinforcements, it's one of the Rick Dias teams from the Dervish," she quickly added, and Al looked "up" in time to see Team 2 thunder overhead. One of the Rick Diases' monoeyes flashed as it passed, and he froze for a panicked moment. "Well forgive me princess, but you didn't see all your friends get blown to stardust so forgive me for saying kiss my ass. I'm carving my name into that bastards hide," Kite retorted, his voice slowly fading away into a dull echo during Alfred's daze. He snapped out of it as Lt. Uraki demanded, "Understood?". "Y-yes sir," he answered quickly.

He stared at Paris' Nemo during Eddie's instructions, and drifted closer to her as they finalized their direction of approach. He began to reach out to establish contact with her with the edge of his shield, but changed his mind almost as soon as he started to move it out of its protective position. They were too close to the enemy now...

- New Yark Team -

"Advance and attack, HOOOO~~!" Hard AE ordered, his Nemo thrusting past Thibaut and Mart to take the lead. Their loose grouping was close behind Team 3, and both units were following hot on the heels of Team 1 as they closed the gap between the AEUG and Titans mobile suit forces. Filling in as a sort of more responsible translator, Thibaut added helpfully, "Take my advice, guys. If you see one of those M-156 things call for help and get the hell away from it. We should stay plenty busy dealing with those Marasais and Hizacks,". Whatever they were going to do, they'd have to make their minds up rapidly. The MS from Taskforce Echo were already almost on top of them, and a few early birds were already firing into the AEUG ranks.
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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Fritz Ashlyn » Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:46 am

- Gryps 2 Space -

- The Bindra -
- Bridge -

"All right, cease fire," Wald ordered with a wave of his hand. Their compliment of Gaza-Cs had finished launching, and now Finalan's detachment had advanced enough that they were compromising their lanes of fire. If they kept trying to hit the AEUG now they'd only be putting friendly ships and MS in danger. "Roger, sir. All gunnery teams standing by for orders," Vada relayed the response a few seconds after their guns went silent. Ball was leading the MS team ahead of the ship to take up a position between the Bindra and the Mudra unit. Judging by the response their move was eliciting from the AEUG, they wouldn't have to wait much longer before Finalan requested assistance. "Track those Salamis," the captain ordered one of the idle operators, pointing out at the green 4th Squadron vessels, "If they respond in force or try to cut off the Mudra it'll be with one of their faster ships,". He cast a glance in the direction of the more distant Titans fleet. He hoped they had enough to deal with without coming around to make trouble for Axis. "And if they want to try, they'll pay for it," he thought as he watched Bacon's Gaza team glide past the ship.

- Ball -

The lieutenant had slowed his advance some, reminding himself that they weren't headed directly into battle. For the time being, this was Capt. Finalan's battle to fight - they were there in case a mess needed to be cleaned up. He halfway listened to the chatter coming from his team as he concentrated on the computer's assessment of what was headed their way. Things were still too tightly packed ahead of them for it to get a decent reading, but he could see a couple of small knots of thruster flares. Likely Rick Diases or other high performance units if that was all the response Finalan was garnering, but he knew they could easily and quickly stiffen up their defenses if they needed to. "Let's show them what we've got! They may have better units. They may have more experienced pilots. They may have better positioning on the battlefield, but we have something they don't. We have pride and determination and a winning spirit! We can't lose," he heard Djorn declare as the team finished forming up.

He managed to bite his tongue and swallow the sharp response that Nachtjaeger's bravado deserved. Now wasn't the time to undermine their confidence. "This is gonna be a mess," Pris said succinctly, showing her experience (particularly compared to Djorn). Ball shifted in his seat and audibly sighed. "There's no way to get control of Gryps back that doesn't end in a mess," he grumbled, "But I read you. Everybody TRY to keep your head during this one, and--". He hesitated and then trailed off as a rapid burst of beam fire erupted from the front line of Gazas that had swept out from the Mudra and her escorts.

- Mudra Team -

"Yikes. I see 'em. Adjust course and focus your attack on those Rick Dias units first. Let the others past us while we get these hotshots tangled up," the team leader said, ordering his subordinates to aim their efforts at Team 2. The six man team opened fire almost simultaneously, trying to lay down a blanket of fire ahead of their approach.

- Zarm Team -

The four man squad's leader gave a low whistle at the AEUG response - that is, the apparent lack thereof - to their probing attack. "They have that low an opinion of us?" he asked his wingmen jokingly as they maneuvered to try to bypass Team 2. "Let the Kwireboys follow us in. We'll make sure those Nemos don't get any closer to the ships," he ordered, adjusting his aim to lead his team's first volley of shots in the general direction of the Hamburg unit's flight path.

- Kwire Team -

"They're moving in. Slow up that Nemo team and keep them pinned. The faster we take care of them here, the faster we can take a crack at that big command ship," the unit's commander said, his voice controlled and even. The team slowed a bit, adjusted their position relative to the Zarm Team and then accelerated again to come in at the Hamburg Nemos.
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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Fritz Ashlyn » Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:47 am

- Dolk -

Dolk lazily allowed his Griffin to roll onto its side as he stayed neck and neck with Stukov, with Heyden shadowing behind them. Stukov fired off a shot past the oncoming mobile suits at the trio of vessels hanging behind them, but the lieutenant refrained from joining in. Instead, he rapidly moved the targeting reticle manually between the closest Rick Diases, stopping on each of them only long enough to mentally fire off a beam rifle shot. There were at least a dozen enemy MS headed right for Alpha. What did they expect to do with that?


- Wolf -

As his Barzam rocketed along with Sven and Ritter, Daren wondered if Wolf was going to take them right down the backs of Alpha (and wondered with trepidation, too, exactly who Wolf would open fire on first when they overtook them). But just as it appeared that they would get a chance to catch up thanks to a good angle, Wolf hissed, "There," in his subordinates' ears, his voice made more unsettling because of the creeping distorted edge of interference. Ritter's Barzam peeled away from their path, and Daren fought his controls to swing behind him without momentarily losing control. When the view of space in his monitors was no longer a flashing blur, he realized they were pointed directly at the flank of the nearby Axis unit. Before he could ask what they were doing, Wolf appeared in his and Sven's viewscreens once more. "If Te'Litha wants me so badly, he can follow us into his own personal hell," he growled, a grin spreading across his face that was tinged with madness, "Let him come after me while we're surrounded by the ghost of Zeon,".
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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by King Monkey » Fri Oct 14, 2011 12:15 pm

- Team 1 -

Jacob's targeting computer identified their attacker a moment after Fritz's. The enemy suit's designation flashed red, both literally and figuratively. He'd memorized everything about the Blue Mobile Suit, obsessively, some would say. He knew exactly what it was.

He pushed his suit forward, ready to blast toward his mortal enemy. But a calming hand came to rest on his shoulder. "Not yet, soldier. You don't know if that's the one. Don't waste your time on someone else."

Clute was right. There was no reason to rush into the fight just yet. He had time. The Blue Demon would pay. He would be brought to justice. There was no reason to force the issue.

"Yes, sir," he answered his current commanding officer while his former commanding officer looked on.

He couldn't entirely dismiss his fury, though. He went a little overboard when obeying the order and sent a volley of six laser shots out at the enemy, squeezing the trigger as fast as he can with little care for aim.
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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Inferno » Fri Oct 14, 2011 12:41 pm

-Kou-

"Understood. Hamburg team, provide supressive fire." Kou moved his Nemo to the left of Team 2, motioning for his team to follow suit. The Nemos advanced, slowly approaching the Axis forces. Just then, Kou saw the beam of light.

"IMCOMING!"


His shout rang out as he braked to dodge the incoming fire. Clearly the Zeon couldn't aim well at this distance, but- oh god there were more.

"On the top!" The bulk of the Gaza-Cs were going after them- guess their suits really did make them the weakest link. Kou's Nemo shot up and above the attacking Zarm team, firing a few shots down at them before letting out a few more at the overhead Kwire force.

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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Inferno » Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:29 pm

-Herakles team-

Orsino's Hizack shot out ahead of the pack, leading the way to the fighting. Like a dog, Orsino could smell the bloodshed about to happen. He could see the AEUG force now, still not in range but at least capable of recognition. His face of anticipation suddenly turned into a frown as the suit failed to show the ship that fired on him last time. Oh wait, there it was, breaking away from formation to attack the Axis.

Marco and Criss stuck behind him, beam rifles ready. While Marco knew friendly fire was NOT an option, Criss contemplated modifying her IFF to mark Orsino as a hostile. After all, the Titans wanted to bring order to the earthsphere, and someone like him only thrived on chaos. Plus, how long before he turned on them, just to satiate his own hunger?

No, she decided not to anyway. When the AEUG was gone, the Titans could begin improving the federation, and her idea of an improvement didn't involve Orsino Gerwulf. Suddenlty, his voice rung out throughout the helmets. "One of the ships has broken formation. Should we go for it?"

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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by blind_dead_mcjones » Sat Oct 15, 2011 1:59 am

-Team 3-

"New Yark team moving in behind us" wales informed irene and adam as he readied his weapons, inwardly impressed at how fast the lead nemo was moving.

focusing his attention ahead wales' fingers drummed against the side of the joystick, the monitor slowly lighting up with tiny lockboxes with ethier >>>MARASAI or >>>HIZACK printed next to them.
however, his blood briefly ran cold when one distant box spearheading towards them came up as >>>M-156.
"its way too early for this" he muttered

trask frowned as his dias identified one of the Griffin suits, watching intently as jacob opened up with a salvo at them, while figuring out whether to support team 1 he notcied a unit of Hizacks oriented towards the Hamburg

"now that just won't do." he said to himself as he readied the beam pistols while pivoting to bring the cannons to bear on the hizacks, two taps of the triggers latter and four large beams hurtled towards the enemy unit

-hamburg team-

"Well forgive me princess, but you didn't see all your friends get blown to stardust so forgive me for saying kiss my ass. I'm carving my name into that bastards hide,"

The hell would you know about what i've seen. was what paris wanted to yell back at kite, but kou's admonishment cut her off. she remained silent after that, seething at the new pilot's ignorant comments and the fact he called her 'princess' of all things, a warning chime broke her out of her thoughts in time to see kou dodge an incomming beam, she quickly found herself having to do the same, afterwards she got a look at incomming Gaza's, they're everywhere...

raising her rifle and shield in the standard GM stance, paris took aim at the incomming Gaza's before firing off a volley of 7 beam shots without hesitation
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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by The Green Flame » Sat Oct 15, 2011 12:20 pm

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Gripping its machine gun Alex's Hizack brought up the rear, red circles lighting up the screen as more AEUG mobile suits came in range. One in particular had even made the first move for his team

"It'll have to wait until we deal with these guys Orsino. Look alive everyone!"

Dodging to the side, the beams sent his way passing by harmlessly, Alex charged forward to close the range with his team. Stupid cannons and him choosing a machine gun again meant he had to be in close range to even have a chance of being effective today.

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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Kite_Ishma » Mon Oct 17, 2011 8:59 pm

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-Hamburg Team


"Sure are a lot of them. Guess they think we'll be easy pickings...." Kite smirked when he got a good view of the Gaza's swarming around them. "Well damn, just when I thought I wouldn't get the chance. The Nemo's thrusters flared, sending the mobile suit to the right as a beam scorched the space where it had been a split second before. It's shield took the next one as Kite held the shield out and edged the beam rifle around. He locked onto a Gaza-C and fired off two beams from the carbine like beam weapon.

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Post by Wedge14 » Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:07 pm

Pan Heyden

The earthnoid gritted his teeth as he saw flashes erupt in the distance. Heyden quickly pulled himself out from his cover. Sure it was a bit early, but he was certain one of those pissant AEUG pilots would brown his flight suit as soon as he realized there was more Griffins then initially counted. Beams of light flashed by quickly as Heyden let out a barbaric war cry!

"WRRRRRRRRRGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHA! TIME TO DIE YOU PUKES!"

Heyden hit his reverse verniers hard, slamming himself violently into his seat as his Griffin made a brief stop before peeling out quickly to Stukov's right putting himself in a position where he could effectively support his flight leader but far enough people would have difficulty targeting them both.
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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Cardi Doorl » Thu Oct 20, 2011 12:29 am

- AEUG 4th Squadron Vicinity -
- Alpha Team -

The AEUG suits continued advancing, but for the most part were content to let the Titans do the shooting.

That is, except, for a Rick Dias that let loose with a wild salvo from its backpack beam cannons. The shots screamed in just as Stukov’s wingmen broke away, Pan’s battle cry drowning out all sound in Stukov’s cockpit and raising adrenaline levels all around. The Russian weaved left in anticipation of the wild stream of cannon shots, then weaved right again after they’d passed by. Pan would have no trouble keeping up.

The high speed of the Griffin meant he was soon at mid-range to the leading Rick Dias team. “It was mistake,” he murmured, squeezing off two heavy beam shots past the front mobile suits and directly at the cannon-equipped Dias in retaliation.

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- Nunavut Team 1 -

As Beta Team peeled away, Iarocci and his subordinates continued forward, following Alpha Team’s approach. Their Hizacks, of course, couldn’t hope to match the acceleration of the Griffins, but they were able to close the gap at their own respectable pace nonetheless. They were just over a hundred meters behind Alpha Team when Stukov fired his volley at the Rick Dias team. The three Hizacks readied their machine guns in anticipation of the enemies’ reactions and to follow up Alpha Team’s assault once the AEUG suits started moving.


- Titans Autonomous Taskforce Echo Vicinity -
- Delta Team -

The sensor radome on Leandro’s Barzam scanned the confrontation between Echo’s forward elements and the AEUG units. It was clear that MS-to-MS combat had begun, with the Kirov units moving in against a concentration of the AEUG’s high-performance Rick Dias models. Then, off to the left, there was a movement, a flicker of thruster flares. Taking advantage of the impressive sensor and visual technology on his experimental Barzam, Leandro zoomed in on those movements on a separate panel. The image was distorted thanks to interference, even with the strength of the Extra’s radome, but clearly enough it was a team of mobile suits (Nemos?) making a move toward the center of the formation.

“Oh no you don’t…”

He brought up his beam launcher as his computer compiled targeting data on such a distant target. There was no hope of picking them off one by one at this range, but he could still get a good shot at their central mass, so to speak. A shot like that could disrupt the team and blunt their attacking power.

A dull beep went off the in cockpit three times in rapid succession, prompting Leandro to pull the trigger on the third beep as he’d conditioned himself to. A red beam shot out from his weapon and toward the faraway New Yark Team.
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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by Wedge14 » Sat Oct 22, 2011 4:06 pm

Pan Heyden
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The Griffin was a powerful machine and behind the hands of an ace pilot it was a scary sight. The AEUG and Axis pilots had already heard and seen these horror stories first hand, but what would be new to them would be how scary these machines could be when they would be working together.

Pan was quick to pick his mark, a Rick Dias looked to be a bit slower then the others. Heyden gnashed his teeth like a rabid dog, as he zig zagged right back behind Stukov and out the other side passing Dolk on his way. Heyden used an insanely advanced technique actually firing his beam rifle the exact moment the barrel tip passed by Dolk. The shot would've seemingly come from a different location as Heyden found himself on the opposite rear flank the Alpha team formation.

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Re: Episode 28 - Passage to Tartarus

Post by mcred23 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:18 am

-Team 2-

The cloud of Gaza's finally began to be identifiable as three teams, and almost as quickly as individual mobile suits, finally allowing Eddie to get a decent count of their numbers. The Hamburg team spread out, with the two smaller Axis teams heading toward them, while the larger group continued toward the Rick Dias.

Things happened quickly. Bernard rocketed off at top speed at almost the same time as seemingly every Axis suit opened fire. Some was clearly going after the Hamburg team, but Eddie stopped thinking about them as he juked downward to avoid the cluster of beam fire, with Sophie and Marvin dropping down next to him. Cowboy quickly fired a single shot from his bazooka at the center of the Mudra team, while Sophie fired a shot from her C-Type's cannon. As soon as the beams were past them, Eddie popped back up and fired a pair of shots from his beam rifle at the Gazas, and drew a beam pistol with his Rick Dias' left hand as they closed in with the Axis team.

OOC: Bunnying Sophie a bit to keep her up with the team.
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