From: Tucson, AZ, USA
(scene) A Fleet Carrier heads towards a small speck of light that gradually grows to show itself to be a planet. On closer inspection there seems to be a wound in the largest land mass that glows with the unholy glow of Cherenkov radiation. A scout exits the Carrier and heads for the southern end of the glow. As the scout heads towards the northern (and brightest) end of what appears to be a gigantic series of craters a scene of mass carnage is revealed. Destroyed Titans are strewn everywhere. Most seem to have been killed with Head Shots and the rest have been rendered unidentifable because of CT explosions. At the very end where the Crater is deepest a huge pile of destroyed mechs sit like burnt and twisted tribute to destruction. The scout lands a small tracked sensor carrier and the carrier begins to worm it's way into the center of the mass. The carrier stops when it senses a slight spark of light in the stygian darkness. Hours pass until with a sudden huge crash a slab of Duralloy falls and exposes a Kindly and Gentle old man who's dripping wet with sweat from the hours and hours of welding necessary to free him from his Titan. He pauses, looks directly into the main visual sensor and says. "Igor!" "Yeth Mathuh?" "How many times have I told you that my being a bit bored is not an invitation to attempt my Asassination?" "FourtyTheven Mathuh" (Igor beams) (Hetzer sighs and wonders why nobody gives good Hench any more) "Tell Cook to hold dinner as I plan to bathe before dining"
(Oh come now. You Guyz didn't think I'd be That easy to kill)
Hetzer! Man, I'm glad to see you're back. We were worried about you. Sorry it's been so long since I posted...real life kind of got in the way, and I more or less forgot about the game.
Also, unfortunately, I no longer have WS. Sigh.
< Message edited by tarendelcymir -- 10/12/2006 12:24:21 AM >
We sometimes catch a window
A glimpse of what's beyond
Was it just imagination
Stringing us along?
More things than are dreamed about
Unseen and unexplained
We suspend our disbelief
And we are entertained