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Re: The Shinra

Post#41 » Tue Jan 14, 2014 10:52 pm

He put both of his pistols in theirs holsters on his sides. After this he was planning to head to the shooting range so carrying his guns with him was fine. Alex needed to at least shoot something after this, even if it didn't give the satisfying spray of blood afterwards.

Alex-"We better get moving, everyone is going to be wondering what the hell is going on."

Alex wasn't hearing much of the alarm himself. All he could hear was screams and maniacal laughter of his other self trying to get out. What was worse is he really wanted to let that side out and have some fun. But his current self, the logical side, the one he made so he could deal with "normal" people without getting into trouble could see all the issues letting him out would cause. Even so the temptation was there as it always was.
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Re: The Shinra

Post#42 » Wed Jan 15, 2014 7:48 pm

[OOC: kind of semi-DMing here to keep things moving, as SO81 doesn't seem to have been around for a while]

A first class SOLDIER burst into the armoury with sword drawn, necessitating a sideways jump from Sephiroth. He scanned the room for a second, taking in the situation, before relaxing his stance a little and lowering his weapon.

"Alright," he said, looking between Alex and Sephiroth. "What in the hell are you two up to?"

"Intruder spotted. In the vents," Sephiroth said. The senior SOLDIER gave him a skeptical look.

"Alexander, I want a full report." He turned to Sephiroth. "As for you, it's past your bedtime kiddo. No one's got time to be babysitting right now, so scram."

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Re: The Shinra

Post#43 » Thu Jan 16, 2014 5:12 am

OOC: that's fine by me

Alex-"Just to say Sephy here deserves the credit for finding the intruder. He noticed the person before not only me but you and almost half of this building. The intruder must have gone through many vent systems and even appeared on the security camera's somewhere. So maybe that "kiddo" in this instance deserves a bit of respect."

Alex knew that this soldier most likely feared Sephy along with half the damn department. If anything Alex was one of the few exceptions to that rule. Though he knew this first class soldier was nothing special. The current first class soldier weren't that much, they had been rushed to that rank as the program hadn't been going long. So they weren't really the strongest or best they were just the first ones there. Or some most of them seemed that way as to Alex they all seemed normal and boring just like most people were to him.

Alex-"But either way I will head to command and give a report."

He gave Sephiroth a grin as he walked out of the room.

Alex-"Guess I will see you later then Sephy."
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Re: The Shinra

Post#44 » Sat Jan 18, 2014 2:24 am

Sephiroth slipped away quickly. He was in no mood to make more trouble for himself, and used to being treated dismissively. People who really knew what he was capable of were few and far between, and it didn't always change their attitude for the better. He didn't look like a warrior. Too small. Build and features too delicate. Hair that refused to stay shorter than shoulder-length for any reasonable span of time, which had always been a ready excuse for any of his instructors back at the academy that took a dislike to him to harangue him about "breach of dress regulations". At least he didn't have to worry about that anymore.

Not everyone was openly hostile. Once people got used to him, if they got used to him, they tended to let him fade into the background. No one wanted to have to deal with him, and he was quiet and had learned how not to draw attention to himself. Some of the older SOLDIER members watched out for him in a casual sort of way, protesting the harsher aspects of his training and feeling the need to try and shelter him from realities he was already all too aware of. He tried not to read too much into it. It was only an instinctive caring response towards a younger member of one's group.

He went straight to his room. Back in Junon with his mind buzzing like this he might have sneaked out to look at the stars, the few that were visible over the city. It always calmed him down, somehow. But he was under closer monitoring here, security was on alert, and anyway it would be pointless. You couldn't see any stars over Midgar.

Back in his room he didn't bother to turn the lights on. He preferred the dark, even though it made the mako glow in his eyes more obvious. At least all SOLDIERs had that to a greater or lesser degree, though people still managed to miss it if they weren't used to specifically looking - they just saw what they wanted to see and glossed over any oddity. Bright light hid the glow somewhat, but in his case just made the unnatural shape of his pupils immediately apparent. And it reminded him too much of the labs.

He got changed out of his uniform and headed for the bathroom, hoping that his usual routine would persuade his body and mind it was time to sleep.

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Re: The Shinra

Post#45 » Mon Jan 20, 2014 4:44 am

Alex wandered down the corridor as he headed to the main command room. He at the moment slightly envied Sephiroth just being sent away. The commanders of Soldier really bored Alex. All simple specially as most of them weren't physically part of Soldier. All they were good for was sport, making them run and screamed as they foolishly tried to escape their end. He had thoughts of blowing them to pieces a few times, sadly like a lot of things here that would be suicide for Alex with how damn monitored this place was. Contrary to a lot of other people and what Alex said to everyone else he couldn't wait for the war with Wutai to start. Finally he would get to have some fun other than his secret trips to the more darker edges of the slums. He rounded the corner heading to the door to the command center.

Alex-"All in due time, you will get your fun."

Alex opened the door and walked straight in.

Alex-"I was asked to give a report of the intruder that got in through the vents."
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Re: The Shinra

Post#46 » Fri Jan 24, 2014 11:07 pm

Heidegger stood on a raised platform around which underlings manned consoles connected to the Shinra Building's sensitive cameras and detectors. While the technicians watched their monitors, reports from MP and SOLDIER contingents streamed over the room's PA.

"Sector Seven-G, secure."

"SOLDIER Combat Team Six, assembled at Station Y."

"President Shinra, under guard at the Hone*static*."

"Turks... Turks... where are those fucking Turks?"

The head of Public Safety waved Alex forward. "Ah, another of Hojo's toys. No doubt come to make excuses after your boss said no Wutai spies and sabotuers would get into the building, let alone Midgar, with SOLDIER on guard. State of the art, he said. Well, give your report."
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Re: The Shinra

Post#47 » Sat Jan 25, 2014 4:12 am

Ah Heidegger one of the most boring men in Shinra. So caught up on the concept of power and thinking he has it. Easy to play with, too easy if anything making the game of it boring.

Alex-"The intruder seemed to be from the slums and a hobo at that from how badly he smelt. So very unlikely to have any infiltrating abilities. It would also rule out the chances they were a wutai spy. They would not be stupid enough to let their body odor reach the point of detection as that is a pretty amateur mistake."

Though Alex's other side wanting to let lose made him want to have a little fun.

Alex-"So that would mean one thing. The intruder walked straight in the front door or there abouts. Which means whoever was watching the camera's wasn't doing their duty properly. We soldier members are stationed higher up in the building not as door guards. We located the intruder when he reached the section of the building we are station. The area's he walked straight through were guarded by normal personnel. So it raises to question how he got that far. Only answer is he must have had help. That or whoever was in the surveillance room wasn't paying attention. It would make sense with the scare the Doc's message gave a large portion of staff."

He couldn't help but bring that up, it was too juicy not too.

Alex-"The timing of the two events do seem strangely similar but it is not my job to judge on those matters. But that is all to report from our findings and what we encountered."

Now it was time to watch and see what happened.
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Re: The Shinra

Post#48 » Sun Jan 26, 2014 6:39 am

Heidegger stroked his beard in thought as he listened to Alex's report.

“The slums? No. Obviously a ruse by our friends in Wutai. I've heard their ninjas are very clever. They would have to know they couldn't remain undetected for long. So they hide behind the stench of our slums and hope we don't make the logical conclusion, Wutai is trying to steal our best Materia! It fits perfectly. Gya haa haa haa!"
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Re: The Shinra

Post#49 » Sun Jan 26, 2014 4:07 pm

Alex was was never surprised by the stupidity of the normal people.

Alex-"A person from wutai could have posed as anyone from Midgar or the slum with their abilities. They would not be limited to a hobo. So the choice of a hobo would be pointless as a hobo should not be in this building. If they were going to disguise themselves as anything it would most likely be a Shinra employee or army personnel. As then they would be able to get useful information unlike in the slums. Plus it would have made it much easier for them to just walk in. "

The man was blinded, blinded by a enemy he had never seen. The stench of normality and weakness coming from this man was more prominent to Alex than the Hobo's was. How a man like this could be in his position was stupid. This was why he hated normal people, why he liked to see their heads explode and their blood spray. Their minds to simple to see the world truly it was a kindness for Alex to end their suffering from their normality.

Alex-"Also the one thing Wutai has is materia. Admittedly less than us but some none the less. So why come all the way here to steal some when they could have easily got some just by raiding one of our supply ships. This seems like actions caused by someone else."
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Post#50 » Sun Jan 26, 2014 4:47 pm

Fool or not, Heidegger is a man of power, unused to being challenged by one of Hojo's toys.

"The Shinra Building is being infiltrated by Wutai spies and saboteurs and you're going to stand there, arguing like a petulant child? You are a member of Hojo's vaunted SOLDIER. Don't you have somewhere to be?

"As soon as the alarm sounded, the Building went into lock down. There is no way out. Wutai ninja or not, they are trapped inside the building. Now stop wasting my time and find them. And when you do, bring them to me.

"Gya haa haa haa!"
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