JIC: 1d20:  = 17 , 1d100:  = 63
Seeing the two remaining armor clad things moving towards him, Egan continues to blast away trying to ensure they cannot escape from their due punishment as the Doc's words crackled over the comms.
Olive doesn't respond at first, a bit too tied up with staggering back into shooting form after taking those hits. I was expecting these damned things to split up, but not this many to come this way! It isn't until she begins squeezing off bursts at the nearest worm beast to her as she darts inside of the doorway nearby to use as cover that she can respond to the cyborg. "Appreciated! Focusing on your targets!Drummond Leighton wrote:"Headed your way Olive!"
The doggirl perks up at the care in the cyborg's voice, doing her best to suppress the more enthusiastic response she wants to give. "I'm all good! Just took a good couple of hits to the armor. Ordnance Training was way harder than burning out these things," she says, emphasizing the last word with a good bit of disgust. Course, I'd gladly go through training a dozen more times. Can't say I'd say the same about this mission, though I'm glad I can be of help here!Drummond Leighton wrote:With the last of the worms dead, he goes over to Olive, "You okay? No injuries?" His concern sounds genuine.
James listens. He is eager to prove himself, I will give him that. James thinks as other sound off.Drummond Leighton wrote:"I think we need to press our advantage Doc, we need to get in there and clear these things out of there. Say the word, and I'll take point."
James shakes his head while thinking. Do not have the man power to leave guards everywhere. James thinks.Olive wrote:"The main facility is going to be difficult. We could clear out the barracks first and have a guard posted outside in case others try to come in, then when we're sure everything is clear we can take on the central building without worrying about posting a rear guard."
James nods, but doesn't immediately respond.Egan Grey wrote:"Something came over the walls and opened the base violently from within, it probably is a big boy. Maybe the master of these things, or it let the puppeteer and its friends in. Barracks has some visible damage."
Olive nods at her superiors orders. "Got it," she says simply in response as she acknowledges, setting her sights out for ways that might lead further into the building, particularly towards stairs, like tracing the opposite of a fire escape path.James Howlett wrote:James is rather quiet in the initial breech of the facility. When they discover the elevator is unpowered, James inwardly curse. Hard way it is. The hardened doctor thinks. "We continue, Drum breech, we will follow." James says over the team channel. "Alekzander, scan the radio for anything?" James sends as a mental command over his Skelebot interface implant. James briefly considers the small device, before moving on with the others. "We are looking for stairs up or down at this point people."
James keeps silent for a moment, only sending a mental command to Alekzander. "Alekzander see if you can find a wireless signal. I'd like to access the base's network if I could." To which Alekzander tuttles off to do as asked.Mane wrote:"Boss, this guy is some sort of major psi. Might be a mind melter of some sort. I think we should just leave him here for the worms." he said with a cautious warning tone.
James continues to keep quiet, mulling over the info from his enhanced rank and implant. James walks over and hits the call button. "Warrant Officer, Callsign Achilles... I knew an Achilles once. A juicer who was part of the Hammers. Messed with his own Bio-Comp and went into the equivalent of a diabetic coma, barely saved him. Not sure whatever happened to him. I know you are not him, but I thought the similarity humorous. You can call me Doc, or Captain if you would like, we are with the CS four oh four. So you are either RSCG or PSI-BAT, I am guessing the former versus the latter, but I have been wrong before. Did you put yourself in there? Would be an ideal safe spot, their magic and psi abilities could not affect you. Or are you in there for a different reason? Either way I am assuming you are hungry, and we can solve that too." James says with the typical cold tone he uses around those unfamiliar with him, before letting the button go.Drummond Leighton wrote: "So tough guy, what are you in for?" He grins a bit and adds, "How come you aren't worm food yet? Looks like you like the dry heat."
James considers the question, and nods. "Do it, but do not go to far. Take Grey, Plasma, and Olive. This way we are not divided so much if we are attacked." James says.Drummond Leighton wrote:"Doc, do you want some of us to proceed to the next room?"