your three man squad hunkers down
behind the cover of a fallen tree. you're
pinned down under heavy fire from an
opposing squad of five. quickly, you take
stock of the situation. the contents of your
combined hoppers total twenty rounds
(you never really understood ammo
now), and your
cannoneer is down to enough co2 for one
shot. the situation looks grim. over the
radio your commanding officer orders
your squad forward.
you glance over to your men. "affix
bayonets" you whisper, pulling a tube out
of a pocket and latching it to your barrel.
the cannoneer draws a foam rapier
saturated in paint. you check your squad's
readiness and then charge.
the opposing squad is taken completely by
surprise by this new tactic on your part.
you actually manage to get nearly upon
them before they even start firing again.
then the paint really starts to fly. you fire
off the remaining three shots that have
been rattling around in your hopper and
one of them falls. the odds are evened out
now and your team makes short work of
your opponents in the resulting confusion.
as you watch the other team walk off of
the field, crisscrossed by stripes of
brilliant pinki paint, you thank the
foresight that equipped you with your
For when your ammo is depleted, or you
just want to go down in history as the only
guy stupid enough to take on a tank with a
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