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Wait... Actually, if Fantasy goes with what he's doing...I get the feeling that smylez won't allow him to do that. Deathray from 3+ miles away? And bow shots from the same range? I have my doubts.
When he said charge- I assumed they hiked next to the temple and were running out of the woods directly next to it. I didn't think they would run three miles.
But anyways, sure!
Seth falls over and dies.
We don't even know if she was serious about that or not. I don't even get how he dies in that scenario, for that matter.I get the feeling that smylez won't allow him to do that. Deathray from 3+ miles away? And bow shots from the same range? I have my doubts.
Talking about this Owl.
Oh violence can happen... Only...
There will be vengeance.
I am advocating this case because it will allow for full scale retaliation, and a very fun breakout scene. That involves getting lost. In a maze.
Where everything is out to kill you.
Oh violence can happen... Only...Um.. let's just leave it as is, where Naits' army is still charging into the Temple three miles out, and Seth is still alive. Just seems like too much Deus Ex Machina.
Control Car of the Tranquility, Twenty Seven Minutes Later
Looking through a spyglass from three thousand feet up, I watch as the entire army sacrifices itself, save for the leader, bursting into clouds of bloodred mist to raise an equal force of undead skeletal warriors. The undead army claws its way out of the mounds -I briefly wonder how we failed to notice these- , before finally standing and turning as one to face their leader, staring at him with their expressionless, hollow eye sockets. The leader yells something to them, seemingly something to the effect of "charge", and the tide of dark creatures begins to run, slowly at first, then with increasing speed towards the Temple. The wave will likely arrive within a few minutes at its current pace.
"Have you ever seen anything like this before?", asks Miranda, who is also on the bridge with me.
"Never", I respond, without turning away from the glass.
"What do you figure we should do? I'm presently of the mind that we should fire everything at them, but I'd like to get your opinion as well."
"I entirely agree with that", she says. "They certainly appear hostile, and I don't think it would be wise to take chances here."
"Same as both of ya. They're undead anyway, so I have no objection to killing them all."
"Alright then," I say. "Miranda, any thoughts on how we should blow them up?"
She says nothing, but takes out her rifle -with a new set of lenses that I enchanted on our ascent- , and looks through the scope down at the advancing army. "Mmm... seeing how they're traveling down a relatively straight path towards the Temple, in a sort of slight valley, I would suggest that you position Constructs on either side of the gulley just before our troops. When they get there, we close in on them with only the Constructs, and have out mages, riflemen, and archers shoot from a distance. The Constructs are tough enough to survive a lot of punishment, so with the hostiles trapped we can then have Tranquility fire everything at them. Possibly even a few Recon Spotters can help with herding them into the ambush, just to make sure they don't check for anything like that. Then again, it's probably unnecessary for undead, but I figure it's better to be safe."
"Sounds like a good plan to me. I'll fly down and get that set up, you take the Spotter docked under us and get into a good position to snipe. Cerius, get the crew ready to blow these creatures to dust."
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