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The contest runs from July 1 to July 31, and voting will then run from August 1 through August 7. The winner will be announced on August 8 and contacted via PM. Contest details and directions may be found HERE!
Ossek halts as the map shows the autoturrets. Ossek heaves a sigh and readies herself, having prepared for this. "Let's hope either the mechanic was right or these turrets are awful shots. Stay out of sight." Ossek takes a second and unsheathes her sword, "If his tip about standing between them was wrong gut him in my memory." Without further thought Ossek set off at full sprint around the corner to the narrow band of corridor ahead between the two droids.
As soon as Ossek moves around the corner, the turrets let loose a blaster fire. Fortunately, her speed proved to be too much for the outdated targeting programs, and she slid to a halt against the closed door to the cargo hold, directly between the two turrets! The turret guns which had been tracking her until this point shifted to face back down the corridor. Ossek was safe . . . for now.
Ossek took a moment to catch her breath as she slammed into the cargo bay doors and then a second moment to thank whatever gods might be listening that the technician had told the truth. She grinned and walked up to the nearest turret, it seemed this day there was nothing mightier than the sword. Ossek set about the business of violently voiding the turret's warranty.
Sparks fly as Ossek crudely dismantles one of the turrets. In short order, she had reduced it to s pile of sparking scrap. She had little chance to enjoy her victory as she heard the other turret rotating. In that instant she recalled exactly what Farhvin had said: the turrets were programmed not to fire at anything between them! An order now rendered void by the violent removal of one of the pair.
The turret unleashes a hail of blaster fire on Ossek, fortunately for her, it was mostly designed to coordinate fire with the other turret and only managed to inflict
The fight was getting more intense as burning metal and ozone choked the air. The Captain, hunkered down behind cover, fired off a few more shots at Mara. They missed, slamming themselves against the door frame in a shower of sparks alot closer to her head then she was comfortable with.
The force user
Because he acts before you
continued forward, arching both arms up like he was lifting something heavy. As he did, the area Oln and Luka occupied combusted into unholy purplish fire born of the darkside,
The mistake of the force using heretic was standing still as he channeled the darkside - allowing Mara to score a painful revenge shot right between the eyes. The man collapsed, dead, onto the floor without so much as a whimper.
The Lieutenant was locking gazes with Katjur, the two exchanging lethal bursts of fire. When suddenly, Katjur saw the man hurl a small round object at him - A grenade! The stun device
6 dmg, stun fails to beat Dmg Thres
exploded, but the swift feline had enough time to mentally prepare for it's effects. With a quicker recovery then his foe expected, Katjur found the Lieutenant was out of his cover and charging in the open. One well aimed shot brought the man down. The feline soldier feels a
Crit, -14 dmg
painful burn as one of the blasterbolts from a Tech finds him before he hunkered back down behind his cover in safety.