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Setting: Sidewalk- on Rubble Road- 4pm
Two people are walking on Rubble road discussing about
their last mission going left, when someone forgot
to bring the right items for the objective.
I cant stop thinking why their forgot about the items we needed for the mission?
They said that the blue mission
pants had enough pockets and extra
space to hold the items.
Suddenly, a loud crash occurs near them and something
shows up across the city.
James responded in a calm manner to Poca
It's nothing. It's probably just
an old jeep driver that fell. hahaha
Poca then gets mad at James for saying a joke.
James stop joking around!! Do you
even know where that loud crash
came from in the city?
James says sorry to Poca for joking around and starts
to get serious.
I am not sure, where that crash
came from or how to track it.
Turns to Poca and speaks out
I think that jeep's probably crashed into something and was stopped
for a moment before it exploded on contact.
(Poca turns to James and responds)
James. Since you're good at detective
findings, I think we should go check it and see what happened.
(points in the northeast direction with her finger)
I know the nearest city is about a mile away with the signs I saw
James ponders about her suggestion and decides to go
to the corner of the city about 2 hundred yards
After moving towards the direction of the crash, James
and Poca stop at a safety station to ask a question
about the loud crash that happened.
The commander told us to report
anything new to him, that it could
be anything and that they can provide
us a report when they have it.
Okay, I got you and I understand. Well, lets go inside this safety station and see what we can find.
James and Poca walk into the safety station and begin their search to find out what happened at the loud crash a mile away.
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